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Area prep stars go separate ways Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, Sept. 12,1973 Several area footballers of last year have enrolled in colleges and universities. They are: Alton: Bob Everage and Randy Conners, Ft. Scott, Kan. Junior College; Dan E w i n g, Wyoming; Kim •Shearburn, Kent Caskey and Ed Ryrie, Carthage; Bob Naughton, Southwest Missouri State; John Lyons, Trinity; Dave Wallace, Western Illinois; and Mike Rainier, Illinois State. Wood River: Bill Culp and Mark Kirkpatrick, Missouri. Marquettc : Rodger •Brcgenzer, St. Joseph, Incl.; Marty Carrow and Don Gent, Dayton; Matt Lenz, Mnntana T e c h ; Dan Massalone, Benedictine; Tom Morrissey, Arizona State; Rick Vaughn, Illinois State; Jeff Wickenhauser, Illinois; Rick Stolze and Paul Dufrin, Lewis & Clark. Roxana: Rich Wilson, Mesa, Ariz. Junior College; Terry Wilson, Illinois College; Lon Weaver, SIU - Edwardsville; John Doersam, Peru, Neb.; Dean Bush, Eastern Illinois; and Les Bugg, SIU- Edwardsville. Belleville West: Wally Lattinette, Millikin; Rick Jones, Dartmouth; Paul Coleman, Western Illinois; Dale Theis and Steve Burns, North Central Illinois. East St. Louis: Verdell Jones, Kansas State; Cortez Ward, Ft. Scott, Kan. .Tunior College; Russell Hodges, Arkansas State; Morris Hunt, Bishop College; Willie Stewart and Robert Duncan, Washington U. St. Louis; George Sack, Sidney Mclntyre, Harvey Gordon, Fred Thompson and Floyd Cobb, Eastern Illinois. Edwardsville: Ed Guffy, Coast Guard Academy; Bob Ligen, Illinois; and Dave Rieger, Monmouth. Carrollton: Ed Roundcount, Western Illinois; Jerry Short, Winona State, Minn.; Terry Price, SIU. Carbondale; and John Grayner, Illinois College. Mascoutah: Jack Catton, George Klimis and Gary Kyle, Air Force Academy; Rich Dickhaut, Arkansas State; Pete Krauch, Cole 'College, Iowa; and Paul Riggs, Yankton College, S. D. O'Fallon: Henry Austin, Arkansas State; Larry Goodman and Joe LeFran- cios, Southwest Missouri; Dave Mueller, Oklahoma A & M Junior College; Fred Lucas, Southeast State, Minn.; Mike F e ist, Washington U. St. Louis; and Kevin Turner, Monmouth. Triad: Rick Lewis, SIU- Carbondale; Randy Droy, Belleville Junior College; Tim Kalk, SIU-Edwardsville; Bob Fulkerson, Belleville Junior College. Outdoors with John Stetson In and out of area hospitals Big trophy Winning a trophy is one thing, but to win a seven foot three inch trophy, that's something else. That's what Al Steele of Godfrey did when he won the Illinois Championship short track title sponsored by the Midland Motorcycle Club at Kincaid. Steele, in the last races of the season at Tri City speedway in Granite City, won five different classification races. Organization for deer hunters I guess it was bound to happen eventually. After all the jet age is the age of specialization and why limit it to fishermens organizations? Anyhow, we now have the Deer Sportsman of America with headquarters in Winter Haven, Florida. And though they don't say it in quite these words it looks like this will be an organization trying to be to the deer hunter what the Bass Anglers sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.), and the other fishermens groups, are to bass fishermen. An organization of sportsmen with the goal of deer huhtbig. DSA officials say their organization has been originated to give the ultimate pleasure of the deer hunting sport and to improve your personal deer hunting skills. The organization, which follows the format of the bass anglers organizations right down to a special magazine, promises to provide members with true facts on deer hunting, articles about prime hunting areas, secrets of the pros, plus unlimited material on both gun and bow hunting techniques. For further information on the organization you can write: Deer Sportsman of America P.O. Box 1225 Winter Haven, Florida 33880 Ski school finale A Hawaiian luau on Mill Creek in Jersey County? Yep, it happened Sunday when Bob and Juanita Wilkinson — operators of the Lakeside Water Ski School — bid their students farewell until next spring. In an afternoon blast, that ranged from a volleyball tournament, to most of the guests outshooting Eddie Bockholdt with Eddie's own pellet gun, the highlight for many was the annual trophy presentation. In this organization, which operates on a pretty limited budget, volunteer labor for such things as building a big new ski jump this year, is as much appreciated as some of the fine skiiers the school produces. So among the trophy recipients are those who worked hard for the club. "Outstanding worker" award trophies went to Marcia Bechtold and Larry Ltidwlg while "appreciated helper" plaques were presented Carroll John, Tom Dunn and Eddie Bockholdt. An in the final tally for skiiers awards Becky Bechtold was awarded the "outstanding girl skier" trophy. A tie resulted in the boy skier division so trophies went to both W. A. Smith and Johnny Stetson. Tripleheader slated at SIU CARBONDALE (Special) A rare football tripleheader is on tap for Southern Illin'MiS football fans Saturday, Nov. 18. The site is SIU's McAndrew Stadium. Four of Southern Illinois' top-ranked high school teams, Murphysboro, 'Mt. Vernon, Herrin and Carbondale, will join the already-scheduled Southern Illinois-Indiana State clash on that date. The announcement was made Monday by Reid Martin, Carbondale athletic director, Dick Henley, Hemn athletic director and Denny Harmon, Murphysboro athletic director. Herrin and Murphysboro will clash in the first contest at 12 noon. Kickoff for Cav- boudale and Mt. Vernon game is scheduled at 2:30 p.m. and the Southern Illinois-Indiana State headliner completes the card at 7:30 p.m. "The addition of the two games should provide an outstanding treat for area high school fans," Martin noted. L&C names Bill Bidwill owns Copeland head coach Cardinals outright Lewis and Clark Community College is not looking' for a new head basketball coach anymore. It has found one. At a meeting of the school board Monday night, L&C decided they needn't look any -further than their own campus for a new man. Their choice was Arnold Copeland, who, earlier this summer, was named head baseball coach to replace Ron 'Coleman. Coleman had also served as head basketball coach in a position that, lasted just one year for him. He resigned to become coach at a four-year school in Tennessee. ST. LOUIS (AP) — Bill Bidwill, vice president of the St. Louis Football Cardinals, gained sole possession of the team with the announcement Monday that he was buying out his older brother Charles Bidwill's half-interest. The sale is complete and has been approved by the National Football League, a team spokesman said. The price was not disclosed, but it was reported earlier that Charles "Stormy" Bidwill had offered his half interest to his brother for about $6 million. The details of the transaction were to be made at a news conference in St. Louis today. The deal was made in Chi- cago where Charles Bidwill is the president of Sportsman's Park race track. Under the terms of a pact signed 10 days ago in Green Bay, the site of a Cardinal- Packer exhibition game, William Bidwill had until the start of the regular NFL season Sept. 17 to take sole possssion of the team's stock. It was not disclosed Monday whether there would be any operational changes made for the Big Red, but both men had said previously they would appoint a general manager were they to be given sole possession of the team. St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Grace Boyd, 1600 Annex St. Mrs. Ermia Brunnworth, 530 Alby 0 e r a 1 d 1 n e Bryant, 748 Washington Gilbert Degerlia, East Alton Mrs. Willene Harmer, 812 Brown Harrison Harvick, Wood River Mrs. Margaret Heine, Bethalto Mrs. Patsy Mason, 3223 Edsall David Symes, Carrollton Michael Thomeczek, 2403 Sherwood Terrace Mrs. Jean Westfall, Edwardsville Franklyn Bennett, 807 Oakwood Ave. Sr. Isabel Klutenkamper, 845 Danfortti Mrs. Rebecca Wrischnik, Rte. 1 Matthew Penrod, Bethalto DISMISSALS Mrs. Lucy Anders, Brighton Willford Beard, Godfrey Mrs. Minnie Bishop, East Alton Brenda Harding, Godfrey James Latferty Jr., Brighton Orval Lay, Wood River Barbara Mason, 2487 Johnson Mrs. Ora Moore, 2317 Humbert St. Charlene Oschmann, Wood River Mrs. Anna Roach, 726 Central Henry Strohkirch, 338 Dooley Dorene Wilderman, Godfrey Michael Wright, Bunker Hill Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Scott Osborne, East Alton Leonard Shoreack, 106 Marie St. Mrs. Phyllis Apel, East Alton . Mrs. Lela Jewsbury, Kampsville Ann Burns, Edwardsville John Dale Buchanan, 417 Mildred Mrs. Nancy Bone, Godfrey Mrs. Patsy Weber, Edwardsville Mrs. Mildred Austin, East Alton Richard Arnold Baker, Godfrey Richard West, 1929 N. Rodgers Mrs. Edith Parker, Wood Ryver Ronald Jones, Wood River John Olson, Godfrey George Mansholt, Bunker Hill Bert Henson, 3305 Come-In- Place Ronnie Madison, Godfrey Mrs. Janet Dunn, Brighton James Sauls, 2917 Edgewood Tamara Basden, Bethalto Mrs. Louise Kuhlman, Godfrey John Warren, 3712 Coronado Tammy Kinder, Jerseyville Carrie Sidwell, Bunker Hill Roosevelt Turner, 832% 5th Charlie Hools, East Alton Mrs. LaVerne Dootey, Wood River Cherie Gill, Moro Christie Stiller, Godfrey Clara Chrigger, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Mrs. Georgene Isringhausen, Brighton Barbara Melow, Cottage Hills Gene Ramey,' 4304 Wedgewood John B1 a n d i n o , 4304 Wedgewood Barbara Endicott, Bethalto Donald Beasley, Wood River Steve Smith, 1511 Main Julia Price, Bethallo Fern Price, Brighton Michael Ringering, East Alton Susan Weller, Bethalto Michael Wuif, Jr., Plainview Jerry Paul Waters, 3213 Duco Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Margaret Roark, Kampsville VLrgie Cooper, Jerseyville Charles Murphy, Golden Eagle Gracy Ayres, Jerseyville Linda King, Fieldon Charles Rulon, Carrollton Otis Shake, Jerseyville Charlotte Pritchett, Jerseyville Fred Pointer, Jerseyville Guy Willis, Jerseyville Dana Cresswell, Elsah DISMISSALS Billie Mundy, Alton Hattie Mourning, Jerseyville Lucy Weller, Jerseyville St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Donald Palmer, 3217 Clifton St. Cecil Hulett, Bethalto Mrs. Margaret Weirich, 333 Lindenwood Markel Frakes, 104 West Elm St. Daisy Buchanan, Godfrey Norman Zoelzer, Cottage Hills Mrs. Aulda Trentsch, 3407 Thomas Mrs. Doris Ferrell, Wood River Mrs. Floe Vance, Bethalto Linda Malone, Cottage Hills Ivory Taylor, 1213 W. 9th Mrs. Minnie Johnson, 2505 Main Street Mrs. Octavia Campbell, 1318 Hampton Street Mrs. Dorothea Kruse, Bethalto DISMISSALS Mrs. Nellie Manley, East Alton Cecil Thurston, BethaJto Robert Sparks, Edwardsville Shawna Grain, Godfrey Mrs. Gertrude Mathews, 711 Brown St Danny Brooks, Cottage Hills Mrs. Helen Little, 2815 Fernwood Ave. Mrs. Fredna Scroggins, East Alton Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Alta McGee, East Alton Orval Owens, Cottage Hills Ronald Foley, 360 Wilson Stacey Gaskins, Hartford Harvey Gaskins, Hartford Mrs, Hattie Holcomb, Bethalto Mrs. Barbara Eby, Cottage Hills Mrs. Katheryn Kirwin, Chesterfield Betty Manus, Bunker Hill Russell Lowe, 115 Park Mrs. Sylvia Bunker, East Alton Loran Baline, Hartford Otis Wikoff, East Alton Mrs. Donna Coonrod, 360 Wilson Mrs. Ellen Selhime, 133 E. Lorena Mrs. Beverly Elaine, East Alton Vernon Eaker, Roxana DISMISSALS Mrs. Flora Dorman, 120 Eula Mrs. Lena Cook, Alton Mrs. Virginia Manahan, Alton Mrs. Hazel Genta, Alton Mrs. Helen Magee, Hartford Mrs. Virginia Morrison, 302 S. Main Mrs. Shirley Cornwell, Hartford Belinda Warner, Moro Deborah Burklow, Bethalto William Edward, Cottage Hills Mary Bertetto, Wfisonvffli Elise Nadler, Wilsonvilfe Jean Stiegtitz, Bunker flffl Louise Stieglitz, Bunker Rffl Melvta Brown, Plainview Olive Nash, Gfflespte William Ruyle, Gflfespte Shirley Anderson, Gillespto Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Betty Bandy, Carrollton Mrs. Linda Ulery, Eldred Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Lucille Hagen, Medora Otto Straub, Carlinville DISMISSALS Frances Herzberger, Carlinville Nellie Baugh. Carlinville Beverly Neighbors, Carlinville Allen Beck, Piainview Staunton Community ADMISSIONS John Bonifer, Staunton Dennis Kistenmacher, Staunton Michael Banjura, Jr., Staunton Leona Goebel, Staunton Polly Oettel, Staunton L o r e n e Woodford, New Douglas Hone Henke, Staunton Dorothy Coalson, Staunton Mildred Smith, Staunton DISMISSALS Cheries Page, Benld Dean Zotz, Worden Floyd Wilson, Jr. Worden Randall Fleming, Staunton Chris Noeth, Edwardsville Ruth Senaldi, New Douglas Brian McCollum, Bunker Hill Nolda Schwander, Staunton Michael Barber, Edwardsville Margaret Bonifer, Staunton St. Francis (Lltchfleld) ADMISSIONS Kenneth Doty, Mt. Olive Lawrence Wall, New Douglas Tammy Kester, Mt. Olive DISMISSALS Francis Genczo, New Douglas Betty Matesa, Livingston Electa Leisch, Staunton Lois Jatcko, Mt. Olive Vernon Weber, Benld St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mayme Ostendorf, Edwardsville Mrs. Leonora Stone, Ed- wardsvilie Bernard Weber, Edwardsville Lyndell Weber, Edwardsville Joseph Yakus, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Fred Lautner, Edwardsvffle Mrs. Barbara Leardi, Edwardsville Craig Riley, Edwardsville DePaul (St. Louis) ADMISSION Frank Waide Sr., 1420 E. 4th Triad needs some backf ield help When Larry Gire took over as head coach at Triad in 1971, he had a backfield but no line. Now, it's the other way around. Included in the backfield loss was halfback Rick Lewis, who covered 700 yards and scored 60 points for the Knights in establishing record rushing and scoring marks. Others lost were quarterback Randy Droy, halfback Tim Kalf and fullback Dave Eilering. "We will have a strong offensive line with lettermen at most positions," says Gire. "Also, we have a good group of young linebackers who should strengthen our defense. ''Without experienced backs, however, we're in the same situation as last year. And I always say, you're only as good as your competition. It'll be tough for us to better last year because of it." Triad's, Mississipip Valley. Conference record was 2-5, a shade better than Civic Memorial and Jerseyville's, but good enough for un- Overall The Godfrey Khoury Baseball League ended it* season Sunday with a banquet. Standing from left are Jerry Elliott, named the Most Valuable Person in the lea £« e »AraoUCopeland, ***** ««d Clark Couummity College baseball coach, and Wayne Tyler, Alton High School baseball coach. In front are two of the many players selected M most valuable to their team— Gilbert Joebl (left) and Bill dark. disputed fifth place, the Knights were 4-5. "We'll probably finish somewhere among them again," says Gire, now in his sixth year at the St. Jacob school. But it won't happen if 235- pound tackle Doug Patton, a senior working on his third letter, has his way. Patton was a second team all MVC performer last year who, so Gire believes, is destined for better. "So is fullback Fritz Nemsky, a 6-foot, 230-pounder, who was our leading tackier last year. They'll make us respectable on defense." Another working on his third letter is Ed Leder, a 150-pound end who stands an even 6-foot. Two-year monogrammers are guard Bill Taylor, 210; halfback Marty Zielonko, 155; and Darrell Becker, 180, a guard- linebacker. Behind them are linebacker Tim Bryne, 165; halfback Kent Herzog, 165; guard Mike Juhne, 180; halfback Tom Lanahan, 140; quarterback Tim Lewis, 150; end Tim Moore, 160; end Mike Nottingham, 170; guard Jim Sutler, 175; tackle Joe Vano, 210; and Mike Zikg, 210. Twelve of G ire's returnees are seniors. Triad's conference were over Jerseyville, and Civic Memorial, Non-conference wins: dalia, 30-8, and Mater Dei, 1918. All of the Knights' losses were in conference in the order mentioned: Roxana, 370; Mascoutah, 24-20; Highland, 16-12; Wood River, 19-6; and O'Fallon, 62-0. TRIAD LETI'fcRMKN: (IB) Uar- rell Becker, G-LB. ISO. Sr.; Tim Bryne. LB, 165. Sr.; Kent Her*og. HB 165. Sr., Mike Juhne. G, 180. Sr.; Tom Lauahan. HB, UO, Sr.; L:d Leder. E. 150. Sr.; Tim Lewis, QB. 150, Sr.; Tim Moore, E, 160, Sr.; Mike Nottingham. E, 170, Sr.; Doug Patton, T, 235. Sr.; Bill Taylor, G. 210, ST.; Marty Zielonko, HB. 154. Sr.; Fritz Neaasky. FB. 230. Jr.; Jim Suter. G. 175. Jr.; Jew Vano, T, 210, Jr.; Mlfco Ziko, C. aiO. Jr. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Political violence hit the Olympics as guerrillas, armed with machine guns, Invaded the . . ? . . team quarters. a-Brltlsh b-Iflraeli o-Argenttne ft Mark Spitz, the American swimmer, won an unprecedented . . ? . . Olympic gold medals. a-5 b-6 o-7 8 Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada since 1968, set October 30th as the date for the next Canadian federal election. Mr. Trudeau la the leader of Canada's (CHOOSE ONE: Liberal, Conservative) Party. 4 Bobby Fischer of the United States defeated Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union to win the world chesa championship. The Soviets had held the title continuously since .. ? . . a-1928 b-1948 O-1958 6 President Nixon and the Japanese Prime Minister signed a short-term trade agreement. It will reduce the current $3.8 billion annual trade deficit which (CHOOSE ONE: the Japanese, Americans) are experiencing In trade between the two countries. Alton Evening Telegraph Match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. 10 points for each correct answer. Red Cross Is working to reunite families separated in North and South Korea PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. wins 36-32, 27-16. Van- 1 bear 2 lion 8 maple leaf 4 eagle 8 dragon a-symbol of China b-symbol of the Soviet Union o-symbol of Canada d-symbol of Great Britain e-symbol of the United States PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you correctly match with the clues. can 1 Olof Palme t Yevgeny Yevtusbenko 8 Id! Attin a-Russian Poet b-Russian novelist, 1970 Nobel Prize Winner o-Prime Minister, Sweden «••••• Israeli Prime Minister Golda Melr This teaohers* organization endorsed Senator MoGovern for President 4 ..... A Chicago landmark 8 ..... Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith O* »••• The World Council of Churches increased Us membership to 261 7 ..... Largest U.S. teachers' organization 8 ..... Bernadette Devlin, member of British Parliament from Northern Ireland St. Louis landmark 10 India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi HOW DO YOU RATE? (Seor* UcK Sid* of Qul* S«p«r«ttly) 71 to 80 point* - Good. 91 to 100 point* - TOP SCORE! el to 70 point* - F«ir. 81 to 90polnti-Exe«ll«nt. <W or (ind»i ???- HW 4 ..... Olafur Johanneeson d- President, Uganda 6 ..... Alexander Solzhenltsyn e- Prime Minister, Iceland 9H.72 VEC, Inc., Mcdiun, Wltconila FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What can be done to keep international rivalries out of the Olympics? STUDENTS THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE* NO icon Name the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE \ \

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