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f A01 FOUMTIEM ONtNlAt M01TY WEDNESDAY, JAfrfUAMY II, ilM Hoop-Happy Oilers Snow Under Hillsboro Quintet, 71-48 Pettit-Dorsey Duet Hits 45 Points; Wood River En joys Big Final Period By JOHN FOCHT Telegraph Sports Editor The Wood River Oilers got hoop happy Tuesday night and biastec the Hlllsboro quintet that had been ranked seventh in the state prep circles by a count of 71-48 at Wood River High gym. The Oilers really waited until the final period to turn on the heat, however, rack- Ing up 28 points In the last eight minutes while allowing Hlllsboro 14. The victory was No. 7 in n row for the Oilers and their thirteenth wla in fourteen games this season Last week, the Wood River five was ranked No. 14 In the state The Tuesday win Is expected to boost their stock considerably. Picking out a star In the Oiler lineup is difficult. Lowell Pelit played a great game off the boards all night, proving a workhorse for the Oiler five. He also scored ii points on 10 field goals and two free shots, doing most of his shoot- Ing on rebounds and turn shots from the side or fairly close In. Norrls Dorsey, however, must be considered loo. He hit for 23 points, matching Petitt's basket output and bettering him by a free shot. Dorsey came through like a house afire In the final period as he accounted for 10 of his point* In the last eight minutes. Like the rest of the Oiler crew, he was hawking the ball throughout the game and lending? 8 the fast break in the final stanza. Melvin Sheeets hit for 12 points to rank third in the Oiler scoring and gnve Pctitt plenty of help in the rebounding department. He got shots from in and from out and was assigned to the high scoring Hillsboro flash, Stan Wallace, limiting him to two field goals. Wallace boosted his total to 10 points by hitting six out of six free shots. Don Capron, the third of the Oiler height trio, did a good rebounding Job and was a slick ball handler among a quintet of good handlers. He failed to score from the Held, but time and again passed up shots to feed Petitt or Sheets, Bob Mutz hit for only five points but did little shooting after the first period. He was being closely guarded by the Hlllsboro defense and preferred to pass up any scoring attempts not of the best. He also fouled out midway through the third period. ' Dick Fisher played ft lot of mln utes for CoaCh Chick Summers am turned In a cool floor game as wel as taking advantage of scoring op portunltles to the tune of three field goals for six points. Until the Oilers turned on th heat in the final period, the game was anybody's contest. The Woor River five scored first when Sheet hit a free throw, Dorsey added i field goal and Petitt hit a charity toss to run the count to 4-0. Then Charles Boston hit the first Hills boro point, on a free shot. The charity point was the first of n straight free throws the Hillsboro five sank. At the end of the half the Oilers led, 33-25 and 11 of the Hlllsboro points came from free shots, while the Oilers had only five points on free throws. After Boston sank his free shot Mutz and Petitt hit from the fiek for the Oilers to boost the count to 8-1. But then Hillsboro came back. Boston hit a field goal and Wallace sank a free shot. Dick Mormlno hit for two points, after Petitt had counted from the field for Wood River, and Bill Heifer sank two free throws. Then Heifer hit a field goal to tie the score at 10-10. He came back for a second and Hlllsboro took the lead for the first time. 12-10. Petitt tied It up on e pivot shot but Wallace put the visitors back out front, 13-12 with a free throw. That was all for Hlllsboro. Before the quarter ended, Dorsey hit from the field and Capron and Mut,z added free throws to give the Oilers a 16-13 margin. At the start of the second quar ter Petitt and Dorsey hit flelc goals to boost the margin to 20-13 and the teams played on even terms the rest of the period, Wood River owning a 33-25 lead at half time. Bowling Through the third period, too the teams were evenly matched with Hlllsboro starting to hit. When the fourth quarter started, the Oilers had a nine point lead, 43-34. Wallace hit a field goal to whittle the edge to 43-36, but then the Oilers racked up eight straight points on field goals by Fisher, Petitt. Sheets, and then again Fisher. Boston and Wallace hit from the field for Hlllsboro and the score was 51-40. Then the Oilers hit 121 straight points to make it 63-40. as Sheets hit from the field. Dorsey added a free throw, Petitt sank a rebound and then Dorsey sank two field goals mid a free throw In a row. Petitt came back with a bucket before Jim Dowell hit a fielder and Harry Kellcy sank a free shot for Hlllsboro. That made the score 63-43. Dorsey and Boston swapped buckets and Dorsey wound up his night with a final fast break field goal. Boston hit again for Hillsboro but Fisher counted for Wood River and the score was 69-47. Kelley hit a free shot for the visitors and Charlie King wound up Oiler Bcorlng with a field goal. Waesl River <1I) Player Muta Gratia theets Jfoher •tilt Kr ff ft pf Player" I 1 SDowell » 2 Jftllay 4 4 ISydnor 5 o 3 Heller 10 S 1 Mormlno 0 0 Idark 10 S tWallaca 1 • OU.«« e o o o « o Hlll,b»r» lit) fa- ft pi S 12 030 0 t 1 3 4 1 203 000 2 a 5 000 » a 4 .Isis IS "CUCK- LNJOY ACME ALLEYS Tuesday Merchants Pearl Market \von 3 from Creamo. Owl's Club won 3 from Dans Brake Service. Falstaff won 3 from Gould Auto Parts. Howard Wells won 2 from Bakers Cleaners. Black Hawks won 2 from Klwanls No. 1. Hyndman Ice won 2 from Acme Jrs. Swains Serv. won 2 from United Cab. Flemings won 2 from Brown Motor Lines. Alton Telegraph won 2 from General Electric. Individual high game: Watsker 233. Individual high series: Wats* ker 576. Team high game: Hyndman Ice 875. Team high scries: Hyndman Ice 2448. 200 bowlers: Watsker 208, 233, Lancaster 209, Flnley 203, Rowland 200. Westerner A Metallic Manufacturing won 3 from Xpert. Brnss Casting won 3 from Mechanical. Rangers won 2 from Hornets. Cap won 3 from Powder Mill. Long Rifle won 2 from Smokeless Powder. Mill Products won 2 from Brass Mill Repair. White Flyers won 3 from Production Control. Ammunition Sales won 3 from Machine Shop. Individual high game: Haute and Rothacher 244. Individual high series: Rothacher 657. Team high game: Hornets 890. Team high series: White Flyers 2530. 200 bowlers: Rothacher 244, ;03, .210. Guth 208, Haufe 207, 244. Graham 201, Holliday 211, Carlton 204, Peters 218, Rose 214, H. Sutton 207, 220, Anthony 210, Krlnard 220, E. Henesey 207, 210. Westerner B Plant won 3 from Brass Sales. llectrlclans won 3 from Metal- urglsts. Metallic Loading won 3 rom Inspection. Industrial Rela- ions won 2 from Westernites. Silver Tips won 2 from Research. Die Makers won 2 from Power 'lant. Super X won 2 from Tool loom. Tool Makers won 2 from Cast Shop. Individual high game: Lawrence 211. Individual high series: Berwick 531. Team high game: Silver Tips 806. Team high series: Silver Tips 2293. I'ortnoy Garment, Elm St. Operators won 2 from Instructors. Office won 3 from Bundlers. Spec. Mach. won 3 from Cutters. Pressers won 2 from Finishers. Individual high game: Ferguson 176. Individual high series: Strunk 467. Team high game: Spec. Machine 645. Team high series: Spec. Mach. 1763. UPPER ALTON ALLEYS Tuesday Night Handicap Silver Seal Soda won 3 from Henry's Service. Milton Rond Cleaners won 3 from U. A. Bowling Alleys. Groul-Seagon Auto Service won 2 from Ever's Decorating Co. Indayidual high game: Wllkins 255. Individual high series: Wil- klns 668. Team high game: Milton Road Cleaners 970. Team high series; Milton Road Cleaners 2797. 200 bowlers: Wllkins 255 232, N. Showers 227, Bauer 221, Buchannan 200, Graul 201, H. Vost 234, Pace 212 209, Combs 202. Tunnduy Night Merchants Rex Roat Motors won 3 from Jack's. Plasa Rabbit Club won 2 from Grove Signs. Duraglas won 2 from Haycraft Coal & Ice. Individual high game: R. Griffin 214. Individual high series: Nash 549. Team high game: Dur- aglas 870. Team high series: Dur- aglas 2516. 200 bowlers: R. Grlf- Tourney Wins ForCarrollton And Jersey ville The Jerseyvllle Panthers an Carrollton Hawks advanced to th second round of the Twenty Eighth Annual Winchester Invi tatlonal High School Basketbal Tournament Tuesday night wit victories over first round foes. Jerseyvllle outlasted Frankll by a 46-41 score and Carrollton out scored' Nebo 59-50. In othe Tuesday tournament games, Wav erly defeated Hardln and Mt. Ster ling stopped Northwestern of Pal myra. Today, Chapin plays Pleasan Hill at 4:30 with the winner play Ing Carrollton Thursday f at 8:3C p.m., Grlggsvllle meets Wlncheste at 8:30 p.m., and Jacksonville 1 pitted against Waverly at 6:4 p.m. The sceond game Thursda finds Jerseyvllle playing Mt. Ster ling at 6:45 p.m. The Carrollton Chapln-Pleasant Hill winner gam Thursday at 8:30 p.m. .Torscyvllle was cold at the bas ket against Franklin but managed to eke out a victory despite dlffl cullies at hitting the hoop. Th«> Panthers led by an 11-6 count a the end of the first quarter bu Franklin tied it up at 21-21 at half time. Jerseyvllle took a one-point lead, 34-33 before coming back In the last quarter to gain a five point victory. Gerald Nairn was high man for Jerseyvllle as he hit for 11 points on five baskets and a free throw Right behind were Oran Legate and Bill Reynolds with 10 points each. Legate had five baskets and Reynolds four, with two free throws. High man Sweet who also had 11 markers on five buckets and a charity point while Hocking and Hembrough had 10 each. Carrollton got out front of Nebo In the second half and had a 20 point lead with three minutes to go, but the game ended with Nebo moving up. Carrollton led at the end of the first quarter by a for Franklin was Humm 214, Moxey 200, Florlni 201 Tuesday Metropolitan Rltz Theater won 2 from Schwart/ Furniture. Millers High Life won 2 from Fahnestock Pharmacy. Community Coal won 3 from Fischer Lumber Co. Carter fin 214, Wilson 211, Nash 206, Grove 203. BOWL-INN Tuesday ladles Afternoon Gee Whlzzcrs won 2 from Hot Shots. Wllcats won 3 from Whirl- Dizzy Dames won 3 from Sure Mrs. Individual high single: Ballman 214, Individual high series: Ballman 556. Team high singles: Wild-, 'nts 651. Ton ID high series: Wildcats 1857. 200 bowlers: Ballman 214. Ht>< hallo Clvle Vic's won 2 from Y.M.A.A. Fire )ept, No. 2 won 3 from Cottage lllls. American Legion won 2 rom Flnt Top Inn. Art Cleaners on 2 from Suessen Trucking. Veterans won 2 from Bethalto lorchants, 140 Club won 3 from "ire Dept. No. 1. Lutherans No. won 2 from Lutheran No. 1 Vhlte Spot won 2 from Rotary. Individual high single: Humm M. Individual high series: Humm 73. Team high singles: Art Cleaners 822. Team high series: lat Top Inn 2352. 200 bowlers: Bros. Ford won 2 from Leonard's Ice & Fuel. Jack's won 2 from Candy Bill's. Goebel's won 2 from K & R Transport. Ewlng Auto Sales won 3 from Bagby's Milton Fire Dept. won 2 from E. A. Legion 794. Individual high single: Lamar 233. Individual high series: Down 555. Team high single: Candy Bill's 906. Team high series: Jack's 2584. 200 bowlers: Lamar 233 Fitzgerald 232, Travis 209, Sowd ers 204, Earl 204, Flortnl 202. WOOD RIVER BOWL Tuesday Merchants Lashley Mohme won 3 'from Wood River Dept. Store. Wells Schmidt won 3 from So. Roxana Dad's Club. Diamond Service won 3 from City Club. Sweden's won 3 from Helmkamp. Howard We" won 2 from W. R. Motors. Individual high game: O'Donnell 246. Individual high series: O'Don nell 596. Team high game: Sweeten's 951. Team high series: Sweeten's 2765,. 200 bowlers: Almassy 201, Ferguson 213, Meehan 212, Schmidt 210, Jenkins 205, Harbke 209, Stanley 200, Schmle- der 203, Crystal 212, Hudock 214, Toth 203, Starkey 210, Burns 212, O'Donnell 246, Moore 217, Judd 244. ISCO Club Togglers won 2 from No. Splitters. Pipe Fitters won 3 from No. 2 Supervisors. Blue Stock won 2 from No. 2 Foremen. DAIRY 'f LI wan YOUR CAR ahould hovt a chang* of lubricant! and o COMPLITI ENGINE TUNE-UP VOtl IAH WINTU DtlVINO Stop In tWoyl GLOSS MOTOR CO. 11 K. UT«M A*-., Weed Him 0MM Individual high game: Rlley 235. Individual high series: Riley 639. Team high game: Togglers 905. Team high series: Togglers 2423. 200 bowlers: Red Fern 200, Burleson 203, 222, Jones 223, Schneider 203, Heidersheid 203, Wrest 209, Whalen 200, Rlley 235, 213. Tuesday Ladle* Busse-Camp won 2 from D ."S F Market. Camp's Drugs won 3 from Fairy Inn. Hanfelder's won 2 from No Man's Land. Individual high game: Hawe 199. Individual high series: Sheppard 510. Team high game: Camp Drugs 776. Team high series: Camp Drugs 2142, Outdoor Sport* Wildlife Survived Winter Well; Good Hunting Expected in '50 point, 9-S but had a 27-1? advan tage at the half. The third quarter score favored Carrollton 42-29. Chamberlain of Nebo was high for the game with 27 points, get ting 13 field goals and a free throw The tall Nebo scorer hit for nine of his field goals In the last half Buddy Moss led Carrollton at the basket with 13 points before leav ing the game on fouls. He had six baskets and a free shot. Dick Lo gan was right behind with six buckets for 12 points. Ken Port wood had 11 markers for Carroll ton on four field goals and three free throws. Canadian (S») Player Andrews L.Smlth Bland Loon Moss Wiles Wheeler Portwood Standefer Igftpf Neb* <S«) Player fgftp: 3 1 3D.Turngaugh 0 2 I 4 0 IHarpole 3 2 1 o Olt.Turnbaugh I 0 < 0 0 i 001 13 t 6 0 3Lau*don 6 1 SGuthrle 0 0 IMaynard 0 S JChamber'in 433 1 S 2 Totals ...29 S20 Totala ...21 SI! Score by Quarters: 1 a 3 ; Carrollton • JJ «f JJ Nebo S 17 28 S» officials: Fraser. Plummer. Jerssyvllle (46) Player ff <t Pj Short*! 2 Legate S Freesmeyer 2 Roth 1 Nairn » Reynold! 4 rrankllB (41) Player aciin* 4Hembraugh SRawllngs 0 Hocking SMcOuir* 1 Sweet fgftp 013 3 0 4 1 3 424 0 0 SIS Total! ...SO 613 Total! SCOT* toy Quarters: Jerseyvllle Franklin ,..t8 81 183 11 SI 34 46 S 31 33 41 Officials; rraser. Plummer. Baseball Player to Tour Germany CHICAGO, Jan. 18, <*">—A group of baseball men, including Jack Onslow, manager of the Chicago White Sox, and Manager Eddie Sawyer of the Philadelphia Phillies, will take part in baseball clinics for U. S. occupational troops in Germany next month. The group, Invited to fly to Germany by American League President Will Harridge, also Includes slayer Hank Borowy of the Philies, Buddy Lewis, Washington Senators; and George Stirnwelss, New York Yankees. Dick Lewis from the office of commissioner A. B. Chandler also will Join the group as well as several umpires ret to be named. x Hartford Five, Skaggs Victors At Greenfield In the Fourth Annual Greenfield Independent Basketball Tqurna- ment Tuesday night, the Hartford Civic League and Skaggs of Wood River advanced to the second ound of play with victories. Hartford stopped Nebo 58-54 while Skaggs defeated Chapin 7151. Tonight Hartford plays Frankin, winner 50-44 over Modesto, at 8:30 p. m. and Skaggs plays Winchester, winner over Carllnvllle 62-35, at 9:30 p. m. The powerful Skaggs were pow- rcd by Dick Cattery who had 16 loints, Tom Kochan with 14, Sher- 111 Hanks with Moors with 11. 12 and Leroy Lovecamp and Dawson were high for Chapin vith 14 and 13 respectively. The ikaggs took a 16-11 lead at the nd of the first quarter and in- reased it to 37-21 at halftime. hlrd quarter scores found Skaggs eadlng 51-33. Hartford won from Nebo, but Bob Schurnan of Nebo hit for 31 oints to lead the game scoring. .V'intjen with 15 points was high or Hartford, followed by Zumalt witli 11. Hartford trailed 5-14 after one quarter but had one-point edge, 28-27 at half- line. Starting the third quarter, Hartford enjoyed a three point argin, 41-38. Seymour hit for 29 points In eading Franklin by Modesto, 'hose highest scorer was Klllan ith 18 markers. Hankins paced Winchester with 7 points as his team stopped Car- nville, whose scoring was topped y Snodgrass with nine points. In other tournament games to- CHICAGO, Jan. 18 (*> — The season already half spent, Illinois' wild life Is believed to have come through the winter with a fairly high survlvial rate. Generally, the weather has mild and the average mean temperature pretty far above normal, This has been e boon to wildlife. Upland birds had e pretty bad time of it a couple of weeks ago during Ice storms In the central and southern parts of the state that covered weed seeds and other food. But most are believed to have survivied, using up some of the fat hoarded for such emergencies. Wisconsin game management experts are so pleased with conditions so far this winter that they're predicting the state, come next season, will have some of the best upland game shooting in 50 years. Such prospects, of course, depend upon more ot the same mild weather and good nesting and summering seasons. Mild winter weather, particularly the lack of snow, can be a break for the fish, too. Thick ice covered by snow shuts out the sunlight and plant life in the lakes discontinues its oxygen making process. Many fish die year as a result. The popularity of fresh water fishing still is on the rise in the United States. This is shown by the sales of fishing licenses during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1949—when they climbed to a new record high of 15,478,570. Gross revenue from these sales, reports the Fish & Wildlife Service, amounted to $32,657,940. In the previous year 14,077,961 licenses were sold for a total take Of 827,324,644. Michigan headed the list In number of licenses issued: 1,110,109. California was second, Wisconsin third, Ohio fourth, Minnesota fifth and Illinois, with 783,073, was sixth. Illinois' revenue from the sales last year was $815,903. The rabbit season closed Sunday, ending all hunting for game birds and animals until next fall. But this needn't keep the sportsman from enjoying a good day's shooting. There are plenty of crows and fox throughout the state and both predators are on the black list. Reports from the Chain O' Lakes area show large numbers of bluegills and crappies being taken by ice fishermen whose catches even include a few bass. Bluegills are biting 09 corn borers and red worms. Crappies and bass are taking shiners. Williams, Bratton End Drills Today for Bout CHICAGO, Jan. 18 W» — Ike Williams, lightweight boxing champion, and Johnny Bratton of Chicago are to finish drills today for their 10 round bout in Chicago Stadium Friday night. Bratton, with six straight knockouts to his credit, says he is confident he can avenge two previous defeats by Williams early in his career. CityFuellins In Teen-Age Loop in the Teen-Age Basketball League, Tuesday night, City Fuel defeated CMC by a score of 29-27 and In other games YMCA stopped DeMolay 40-23 and Hellrung went past East Ridge 40-23. City Fuel led all the way as Price led scoring for the winners with eight points. Murray, was high for CMC with 10. The YMCA also led all the way over DeMolay. Bowman hit for 17 Y points while BerUer tallied six for DeMolay. \ Edlen and Gleanson each had eight points for East Ridge as Brown powered the winning Hell- rung'attack with 16 markers. Hellrung took a decisive lead early in the game and coasted to victory. s t i 301 101 163 i o a 100 City rut «»> O. M. 0. <t1> Player It 1 1 pi Player fgftpf Price 4 0 ILobblg * Kubrlght o 0 0 And raw* Featherstone 3 0 IStephenion CaMarsn 0 0 S Murray McOarvey S 1 SCombe Fowler 1 0 4Dllks Jacobson 303 Totala ...14*114 Totals ...IS"?"* Score by Quarters: 1 a 3 4 City Fuel 8 91 27 M G. M, C. 7 13 16 27 Officials: P. Evam, E. Dean, T. M. O. A. <4»> DeMelay «.1) Player f8 ft pf Player fI ft pf Chtolero Gorman Wledman Pelhank Bowman Gibson Farley 1 0 SShockley 3 1 4Sparks 1 1 SPruett 0 0 iDycus 7 3 IBertler 301 S 1 0 201 » 0 i 203 3 1 4 223 Totali ...17 613 Totals ...10 316 Score by Quarters: 1234 Y. M. C. A. S 18 26 40 DeMolay 4 10 17 23 Officials: N. Showers, B. Showers. r o"o" 2 '. Bast Blage CIS) Htllraif <4t> Player - - - - - J.Elden Burger Coons _ _ Parkerson 0 0 ICumminfi Oil Malonty ' - • " - - Sunder land Gteason Edlen Campbell GUI Hellraif ,- Mayer O ZWilliami 0 1 SM.MaciM 0 JT.Macl.s 0 IKopilc 0 0 o Davenport 3 2 SMIllitello 1 Brown 02 000 203 100 201 000 7 a i 000 Totali ...10 314 Tetall ...18 4 9 Score by Quarters: 1234 East Ridge 4 8 11 23 Hellrung 11 22 28 40 Officials: N. Showers,, B. Showers. LlqUid oxygen will replace much of the highly compressed gaseous form now used in applications ranging from medical to Industrial. A new fully-automatic liquid oxygen, requiring no electrical or other source of power, Is responsible. % We are inclined to be conservative when It comes to dishing out praise on the theory that the boys praised may start relying on the r press clippings too much and their playing not enough. But we don't see how you can take It away from the Wood River Oilers on the basketball court. In our book, they have developed Into a fine ball club. Against Hlllsboro, we think they played their best game we've seen this year—we n w neither the Edwards- vllle or Colllnsville garnes, Incidentally. What the future holds Is problematical. But one Oiler fan voiced the optrrion that playing the way they played against Hllls- boro, the Oilers could beat any team in the state. Still being conservative, we'd say that they'd give any team in the state a good ball game. But we still kind of stand In awe of Mount-Vernon. We are going to Join that contingent of Oiler fans, also, who predict that the mid-year loss of Bob Mutz Is going to hurt the Oilers much less seriously than thought earlier. Dick Fisher Is coming along rapidly. And the Improvement in the Oiler starters, Lowell Petitt, Don Capron, Melvin Sheets, and Norrls Dorsey, , has been phenomenal during the recent weeks. Petitt particularly is developing Into one of the toughest rebounders and plvotmen that we've seen In many a moon. Summing vip—the Oilers are just developing, that's all. We think that a lot of credit should go to Coach Chick Summers. Sometimes his teams win and once In a while they lose. But seldom do they look bad, or ragged. And from what we've seen, this year, Summers has a bunch of boys who listen to what he has to say and retain the knowledge. That accounts for the smooth ball handling technique that is daily becoming more apparent on the Oiler floor. Ball handling has always been the keynote of basketball a la Summers. While on the subject of Wood Rlvtr basketball, we've • confee* •ton to makt. W« are discarding our code ot morality as concern* voting In tht Associated PreM basketball poll. In out Innocence, we have In the past voted (or tht teams In the order we thought they rated. That !• the theory behind the voting.. But each week It become! Increasingly apparent that the Idea actually Is to vote for the local team (In our case Wood River Is the logical choice), That gives the local team a lot of points on one vote, to make up for the vote* It doesn't get from other papers, who alto vote for their local team. So we are going to adopt the slightly crooked syt- tern and vote for Wood River next week for a top spot In the rank* Ings. We are doubtful that we have the courage to put them In front of Mount Vernon—but second place counts for 14 points. Collie Baiketbmll By THE ASSOCIATED HUBS DcPaul 74, St. Johns (Bknt 68. Duqueane 97. Waynesburf 48. Holy Cross 84. Providence 8S, North Carolina State S3, Long Islant S2 Conectlcut 73. New H«mp«hlr« W. Delaware 87, Penn Military 46. Brooklyn College 84, Mexico Unlv SB. Rhode Island State 68. St. Joseph! (P £it, M 84, Grove Clt^M. Georgia 71, Kentucky 60. Murray (Ky) SB, Term Tech 87. William * Mary 88, ' Virginia M1M- "Washington & Le» 73. Virginia Tec* *' MIDWEST St. Louis 73, Wichita 60. Hamllne 69, Gustavus Adolphui ST. Eureka 80, Quincy (III) S3. Mancheiter 37. Franklin 50. Earlham SO, Canterbury 48. Indiana Central 72, Andenon 89. Hlllidale 49, Adrian 46. Jepperdtne 49, Pomona 38. San Jose State 91. San Franelie* San Diego State 68, Loi Angeles Stat4 49. ' Fight* Lost IVIflrt By THE ASSOCIATED FEESS BUFFALO, N. Y.—Lester Felton. 148, Detroit, outpointed Jean Walzack, 148'/ 4 , Paris, France, 10 NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — Sammy Walker, 157, Springfield, Mans., out- pointed Larry Villeneuve, 137'/a. Providence, 10, Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NEW RUBBERIZED UNDERCOAT PROTECTS AGAINST RUST, WEAR, SQUEAKS, RATTLES! night, White Hall plays Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m. and Shipman meets Roodhouse at 7:30 p. m. in the quarter-final round. Hartford <»«.> N»ba (54> Player fg It pf _ Player l« ft pf Zumwalt Stone Retzer Johnson Pttltt lavenport •/Intien Norton Knowlson 5 1 1 Re tier 0 0 OT. Schuman 2 0 OSniley 1 0 OMueller 2 1 SR.Schuman 4 0 SHeavner 4 T SBooth 012 SOS 001 214 119 » I 1 13 9 3 2 0 1 3 0 1 Totala ...24 10 IT Totals ...2381« Score by Quarters: 1 2 3 4 Hartford '* a8 41 98 Jibo 19 27 38 54 Officials: Shields, Slrauch Skagfs (71) Player S.Adam Attroth Kochan ianka -affery Lasbury Neft C.Adams rtoore Iowa ChaplB ft pf Player 1 o IBeauchamp 3 4 S Dawson 0 4Schone 0 4Medlock 0 3 Blair S S Lovecamp 0 4 0 o 1 3 0 3 (51) f« ft pf 392 534 3 3 I 002 SOI • 41 Totals ...32 72S Totals Score by Quartan: , Carlinvllla Officials: Shields. Strauch. ,..181812 1 8 3 4 " 3* *" '* " 81 33 91 REPEATING THAT POPULAR MOTOR OVERHAUL SPECIAL Complete Motor Overhaul Here Is What We Do: • REPLACE MOO INSERTS • INSTALL NEW PINS • ALION MODS • OMIND VALVES • INSTALL NEW MINOS • COMPLETE A.B.C. 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