Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 18
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Alton, Illinois
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fA&lsMOMTttft ALTON IVtNtNO TtLIORAWt , JANUAHY M, 1950 Redbirds Seek Revenge at Roxana Gymnasium Saturday Alton Five Lost First Game in Overtime to Shells by Four Points By JOHN FOCHT Telegraph Sport* Editor A couple of up-and-coming rival* will meet. Saturday at' Roxano High gym when the Alton Redbirds drop by to play the host Shells. The game will start at 8:1» p. m. The teams are no strangers, having met previously at Alton High In which encounter the Shells took an overtime to stop the Birds by four points, 48-44. This game, coupled with two close contests latt year between the two teams, sets the stage for an interesting tussle Saturday night. Bawd on the first game, Coach George Ingles and his Redblrd flock can look for some evenly balanced scoring from the Shells. Against Alton, Fred Foster and Duane Potter scored 10 points each while Bob Williams had nine. And Walt Steffen was right behind him with eight. Bill King and Ralph Freeman, fifth Shells in scoring, racked up six points apiece. So the Birds are going to be faced with five men who can hit, given the opportunity. Bob Kuhn led the scoring for the Redbirds against Hoxana as he hit for 15 points on six baskets and three free throws. Fred Carstcns added 10 Redblrd markers and Karl Hoagland and Rod Connor each contributed six. Bob Collins WHS fifth for the Birds with five. Since the first Alton-Hoxann game, the Birds have hoed a tough row, losing six straight games. The Shells have done better, winning three and losing two, But neither team has demonstracted anything resembling invincibility. Coach Ed Atkinson Is apt to go along with the boys who beat Alton the first time. Steffen, King, Potter, Foster and Williams are likely choices with Freeman likely to see action. Potter has taken a large share of the Shell scoring load in recent games and may Oiler Offense Rolls Tonight At Belleville Five other loams In Southwestern Conference have tried it. Now It's Belleville'* turn to try to knock off the high flying Wood Rivet Oilers, tonight. The Maroons will have the advantage of playing on their own floor. Game time Is 8:115. The game tonight will mark the last appearance for Bob Mutz against a Southwestern Con- fuience basketball team. He's due to leave the team, via graduation, next week. In Mut/, coach Chick Summers will be losing one of the finest defensive players In the league, not to mention his scoring ability. Mutz is Just not rarely good, he's consistently good. Last year he was up among the first, five scorers in the conference. This year he carried on his oni- man onslaught and sparked his Oiler mates to the lofty perch they now possess. The Maroons have been defeated twice In loop action. Edwardsvllle nnd Collinsvlllc, two of Wood Hlvcr's victims, have stopped the .Maroons, whoso record is three wins and two 'losses in the league. One thing Belleville can boast of is Alan Grandcolas. Of course since Grandcolas stepped on the court three years ago for the Maroons, fans have been bragging about his scoring talent since. YMCA MASSEUR TOM CHIOLERO, formerly a professional boxer under the name of Kid Irish, works on Ed Luddeke in the health club af the Y. The club will have open house Monday.-—Staff photo, As of Grnndcolns has Inaugurates Health Club Only Facilities of Kind on East Side The Alton YMCA will have open the massage in particular. He for exercise and relaxation. Many house Monday to .Inaugurate use points out from his ring exper- such men, Roodhouse said, are un- of the new Health Club. The ience that, massage is helpful to able to plan on exercising at the ciuh will furnish facilities which banish fatigue and listlessness, tone same hour each day because of are the only ones of their kind en up bodily'functions, trim excessive flexible office hours. At the the East Side, easily prove* the man for the Red birds to watch. In the last Redblrd game, Ingles tried Bob Collins, Tommp Holmes, Karl Hoagland, Jim Hailcck and Don Harrison as his starting five. Bob Kuhn was 111 and unable to play. Kuhn was back In school today, however, and might sec action against the Shells. With Kuhn out of the lineup, Hoagland has shouldered a major share of the Bird scoring and done rather well. Also available for .Ingles against the Shells will be Rod Connor, Fred Carstcns, Roscoc Franklin, nnd Randy Smith and Jack Hill. Harrison, a sophomore, has recently broken Into the varsity games after getting experience In the preliminaries, and has turned In a good account of himself. If Kuhn returns to the lineup, the Birds may snap their losing streak which hit 11 straight with the conference- loss to East St. Louis. The Birds should" have an advantage over Roxana in that the Shells play Troy, tonight and the Redbirds haven't played since Tuesday. Troy will probably not give Atkinson much chance to rest his regulars and they may suffer in the game Saturday with Alton. Joe Page Named for Babe Ruth Award NEW YORK, Jan. 20; UP)—Joe Page, whose relief pitching led the New York Yankees to the world baseball championship last year, is winner of the first Babe Ruth award for World Series stardom. The award was established this year by the New York chapter ot the Baseball Writers Association of America. A plaque will be presented the Yankee ace early in the season. u. j , chucked in 74 points tor his team lr conference action. This will be the last, ga.iie of the first round for both teams. Belleville will not only be striving to knock the Oilers 4 rom the No. 1 spot, but will be trying to do what only one other team has bren able to do all season — that of heating Wood River. East Rockford has been the only team to solve the Oilers so far. physical director, who started t i project, It will furnish exercise, recreation, and health facilities Alton > -, ' lamps and ultra-violet lamps. The A masseur, Tom Chlolero, will club will also organize special ex• on duty regular hours each day ercise classes to help Alton men weight, get. the benefits ot exer- Health Club, as planned, such r v - cise without effort, correct faulty Irons can come In any time during digestion,,and relieve tension and lhe»day and benefit from indl- sore muscles. viclual exercise, heat baths, rub Hand in hand with Kid Irish's downs, etc. the YMCA Health Club Anotner reMion&l facillty o£ W ': * e *' former professional boxer, is well One of the major functions of . known In Alton under his ring the club, according to Roodhouse, The motto of the club will be, name of Kid Irish. Kid Irish is will be to provide an opporunily "Healthier bodies promote health- enthusiastic about the possibilities for exercise to business men whose ier minds — healthier, minds proof the health club in general and office hours allow them little time mote better citizenship." Hlllsboro, rated No. state in the last AP 7 in tin poll, was knocked silly by the Oiler offense that saw '.Vood River winning I/ 23 points, 71-48. At the time of th«» meeting the Oilers were ranked 14th. Ah yes, there's good nows tonight. Y Bombers Stop Shurtleff in City Only one game was played In the City Basketball League Thursday night. The YMCA Bombers rolled over Shurtleff, 96-37, while Esquire Club won on n forfeit fijim Skaggs. • High for the Y squad was Howard Eichen with 13 field goals and three free throws for 29 points. Bob Boyd followed with ten baskets and four foul tosses for 24 points. . Top man for the Shurtleff five was Frank Dunphy with two buckets and five, charity shots for nine points. The Y led at the end of the first' quarter, 23-4, then spurted to a 43-13 margin at the half, After'three periods the Bombers were ahead, 70-23. YMCA (till Player Boyd Eichen Johnk Fessler riihtr ft! ft pf Player 10 4 IHalloran 13 ,1 2Huber 2 2 3F Dunphy • I «T. Dunphy 7 3 OBavat Brooks Hunt Yost Horton Williams Shurlletl (at) fg (t pf 000 000 1 9 1 301 .400 * 0 1 02 003 003 nois College, the latter being the Jacksonville Tournament Prin basket In that Shurtleff would be RUGBY ALL WEATHER Totali . ..ll Totals Score by Quarter*: YMCA Shurtleff Official! N. Showers. Wa*l Pile Luwd flannel Uaad SPECIAL LOT league record and no losses. Wool Plaid IIM* Value This time the situation is • WORSTEDS • FLANNELS • TWCEM CLOTHII SHOP 1MI WMhlNtttu Alts* OLOTHES SHOP 1M» Washington Alton Game of Games! Pioneers Play Prin Saturday The game of games in the local College circles will take place' Saturday night at Principia College when the Shurtleff Pioneers In- vnde the land of the mighty Indians. Game lime is 8 p. m. Aside from the fact that these two possess impressive records, this is a natural grudge match. During the football season Shurtleff had one of its poorest seasons on record. The Pioneers won one game the entire season and one of these detents (mind you) was dealt by the Principia Indians. Now comes the time for the basketball teams to meet. And what a whale of a battle Is In store. On paper the Principia cugers possess a more enviable record. They have copped 11 games and have lost, only once. That setback was way back at the beginning of the-season. Standard Oil was the team to take bows for han'ding Prin its only loss. Since then Principia has rolled and rolled and rolled. The Prlns have mopped up on 11 straight victims, Untduull.v Shurtleff after getting off to a slow start, has picked up momentum In the late games and has clicked on all twos. The Pioneer, have a season's record of nine wins and three losses. The only really bad licking they have taken whs by Illinois Normal's hot-shot Hedblrds. The other two losses were to Missouri School of Mines and Illi- which Illinois College was the host am. But look at Prln's side of the That loss to Standard Oil mere- point. Another game and, attempting what no ot her v team w«s able to do. In Shurtleff, Prlnglpla will be meeting the leaders of the Pioneer Conference. The Pioneers have a three victories All throe decisions have been by decisive margins. Principia will be out for re- venal-. Last year the Pioneers won by two points, 65-63, here In in Packing C Girls Champs at Onizecl First round champion In the Girls Basketball League at Owens- Illinois is the Packing C team ended the Initial half without a defeat. The climaxing victory cnme last Friday night at the YWCA gym where winners overran their closest competitors, Packing A 31-12. The second round starts this Friday when Packing B meets Yard Office. Playing on the Packing C squad me: Bertha Secure, Nadine Green, Mary Poole, Belly Sheff, Millie Milllff, Katie Bosoluke, Dorothy Boshkoff, Rulh Hazen and Lillian Atchison. Prep Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED MESS Chlcif* Are* Von Steuben 48. Senn 44. Lake View 67. Sullivan 40. Roosevelt 46, Lane 49. Dunbar 91, Ou Sable 41. Marshall 70. Kelvyn Park 33. Wells 42, Tuley 30. Phllllpi 37. Kelly 25.' Hirsch 30. Morgan Park 34. Schun 44, Amundsen 33. McKlnley .12, Stelnmetz 49 Foreman 49. Washburne 31. Crane 50, Austin 92. Lockport 46. Lemont 43. DowasUlc Coml Valley Tournament St. Paul of Odell 63. Seiiecn 46. Morris 67, Coal City .12. Stephenson Ceunly Tournament Pearl City 63, OrangevlHe 43. Skaggs Advance To Leadership At Greenfield Hawks Panthers Lose . . . \___,^ - ..,_-. At Winchester Mount Sterling eliminated Jer- soyvllle, 46-42, and Carrol I ton dropped Pleasant Hill from Cham- plonxhip consideration Thursday nljsht at Winchester a* two more games wet 1 * played In the Win Chester Invitational Tourhami-nt Mount Sterling toon Hi game on the strength of free throws. Each team netted, 16 field goal*, bii. the Sterling boys dropi ttl In 14 free to«ses to JerseyvllU-'s 10. The game was close all the way. Mount Sterling took a one point 1/1-13 lead at the end of the first half and went on to a 28-27 margin at. the half. Mount Sim ling bftfan to pull awny slightly In the Hiird canto and find a 34-32 load. 'High tui the winners \va« Me- Cleliand with five baskets and threr free throws for 13 points. Oran Legate' topped all scorers for the game with six fielders and five foul tosses for 17 points. Carrollton had to fight off a despurate Pleasant Hill rally In the c'rsing minutes before the Hawks could claim victory. (.arrollton was ahead at Jie jnd of the first, quarter, 14-12 and at the half, 23-21. After three quarters the Hawks had' a. six point margin, 42-3fi. Then came the valiant. Pleasant Hill rally which fell .sfiort. Lyndall Smith led the Hawks to victory as he dumped in seven field goals and a pair of foul throws for 16 points. Dick Standefer and Dick Logan followed with 10 points apiece. Mooney flipped In six baskets and the same number of free throws for 18 points to lead Pleasant Hill. Smith followed with 12 points.' Mount Sterling and Carrollton will now meet, tonight In one of the two semi-final games scheduled. Saturday night the championship game .will be played along with the consolation tilt. Ctrrollten (40) Pleasant Hill (4S> BOWLING Player Standefer Andrews T,.Smtth Logan Moss Portwood Ig ft pt Player 4 2 ZPruett 1 1 1 Forgery 7 2 OClendcnny 4 2 3 Freeman 3 0 OMenke 0 4 2 Barton Smith Mooney It ft pf 302 1 0 1 104 1 1 2 014 2 0 5 a o a 8 « 2 I Totals Cr*nt*A ti Prin territory. Plenty of Vets Both teams have got just about everybody back that saw action in that game. The Pioneers have lost Sherrill Hanks and the Indians have lost Doug Fairgrieve and Larry Gerber. Falrgrle-. e played the most Important role in that two-point loss. He was the Indians' leading scorer that eventful night, banging in 15 points. He'll be missed sorely tomorrow night. The Pioneers haven't - missed Hanks too much this season. Of course his set shots from far out in games last year sparked plenty of rallies. But while Hanks has gone from the court wars, coach Merle Pearce has George Gaunder, the old reliable, to replace him. George is another set shot artist, who likes to stand way out and plunk them in. Gaunder didn't get into some of the «arlier games, j but has shown so much snvy and shooting that 1'carce, couldn't keep a good man down.' Just a* a gentle reminder again, these two high geared offensive units will start the ball bouncing at 8 p. in. Roodhouse edged Jacksonville, 59-56, and Skaggs whalloped Hartford Civic, 71-48 as the semi-final games were -played Thursday nighi in the Greenfield Independent Basketball Tournament. With Roodhouse and Skaggs coming out. on top they will meet tonight at 8:30 for the championship of the tourney. Jacksonville and Hartford will battle for third place in the first game beginning at 7:30. Jackson le ! the Roodhouse-crew with nine field goals and two free throws for 20 points. Allen and Due led the Jacksonville team. Allen had seven buckets and four free shots for ife points. Due tossed in seven baskets and three foul tosses for 17 tallies. Skaggs was led by Hanks with. 10 field coals and one free throw for 21 points. Astrolh was a step behind with half a dozen baskets and a couple of foul shots for 14 points. For the Hartford squad, Retzer was high man with five buckets and two free throws for 12 points. Petitt and Zumwalt each had 10 points to grab second honors. Skaggs pulled away from Hartford in the second v quarter. The winners led at the end of the initial frame, 14-10, then went on to 1911 B Totals . ..20 822 Score .by Quarters: 1234 Carrollton 14 23 42 49 Pleasant Hill 12 21 36,48 Officials: Miller. Bobbins Jermyvllie <43> Player Shortal Miller Legate Dugger Freesmeyer Nairn Mt. Sterling (4«> Kanallakan Reynold* Hughes f8 ft pt Player 3 1 SHuebner 0 0 ORtgg 6 9 9 McClelland 0 0 0 Clark 3 2 3 Robinson 2 0 2 Steinbeck 000 219 010 Oil B 3 3 403 224 3 < 4 .161416 Totals ...161020 Totals Score by Quarters: 1234 Jcrseyvllle | 13 27 32 42 Mt. Sterling 14 28 34 46 Officials: Miller, Bobbins. WMA Journeys ToCountryDay Saturday Night The victory hungry Cadets of Western Military Academy will attempt to satisfy their appetite at the expense'of Country Day Saturday night when they journey to St. Louis for their second ABC Conference encounter. Two games ago the Red Raiders started off their league competition by dropping one to John Burroughs on the Western floor. For the season the Raiders have won one game and have lost five. Four of those five losses have been the last four games. Like another coach not so far from the military school, Favre Gould hasn't found the right, com' ACME ALLEYS Alton ft«iMhig *« , . Brick Layers won 3 from Paint' ers Local No, 471. Plasterers local No. 90 won 3 from Carpenters Cub* Building Trades Council won 2 from Laborers Local No. 338. Boilermakers Local No. 483 won 2 from Carpenters District Council. Pipefitters I***. 1 No. 553 won 2 from Sheet Metal Workers No. 2S8. Ind. high game—C Wells 226. Ind. high series— 3. Fulton 536. Team high game—Pipefitters Local No. 533, 798. Team high series —Pipefitters Local No. 553, 2258. 200 bowlers—C Wells 226. Thursday Merchants Oltlmer won 3 from American Taxi. Peacock won 2 from Betty Lee Rest, Hub Tobacco won 2 from Robertson Painters. Monarl Grocery won 2 from Elm and Alby Merchants. Canteen Service won 2. from Faulstlch. Northside Boosters won 2 from Fred Buck Painters. Spot won 2 from Goebels. West .Alton Hybrids won 2 from Sid Drake Tires. West Alton Club won 2 from Tlemann Service. Ind. high game—Curry 227. Ind. high series—Bordeaux 588. Team high game—Robertson 851. Team high series—Robertson 2456. 200 bowlers—Borman '223, Bordeaux 218, Lancaster 212. Duncan Foundry Pipeline won 3 from Foremen. Store Room won 3 from Core Room. Machine Shop won 3 from Construction. Ind. high game—Lanier 196. Ind. high series—Gissler 546. Team high game—Core Room 773. Team high series—Machine Shop 2247. Western Women Cap. Dept. won 3 from Bom- bettes. Drawbacks won 2 from Nogoodnlks. Brass Sailors won 2 from Loafers. Runabouts won 2 from Blasters. Shellettes won 2 from Alley Rollers. Ind. high game—Brinkman 200. Ind. high series—Brinkman 542. Team high game—Nogoodniks 720. Team high series—Nogoodniks and Cap Dept. 197Y. Industrial Illinois Power won 2 from Onized No. 2. Western Club won 2 from Hale Hardware. Onized No. 1 won 2 from Wood River Oil. Bojtboard No. 2 won 2 from Shell OH. Union Electric won 2 from Boxboard No. 1. Ind. high game—Minnette 245. Ind. high series—Rapp 595. Team high game .— Western Club 991. Team 2774. high 200 series—Western Club bowlers—Fensterman a 30-17 margin at the half. It was | b jnation yet. A couple games ago 5-l-3fi nt tho three-nerlnd noint. r:r,.,M K,. n ,,»uf ,,„,*,« h«i« ,,„ /„__, 5-1-36 nt the three-period point. Player Caffery K.Adam. Aitroth Kochan Hanks Howe Moore O.Adams Lasbury Ne(t (71) f« It pt Player 4 1 — Hartford UK) fgftpl OZumwalt :i 4 3 2 0 4Johnson U a 4Wintjen 3 2 ISnyder 10 1 4Petttt 1 0 SRetzer 3 3 4Norton 0 2 3 Davenport 000 102 0 1 4 0 1 2 4 a 9 2 0 2 012 Gould brought some help up from the "B" Shafer. team in the person of Totals Totali ...301123 Score by Quarters: Skaggt Hartford Official.: Shields. Gralff. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED FBESS Canislus 49. Mafara 47. Ithaca 67, Hobart 49. Hartwlck T5. Mexico (Jnlv 99. Georgetown (Kyi 74. Centre 97. ' Catholic Unlv 68, John Hopkins 61. Tenn. State 61. Wllberforca St. 50. Cincinnati 60. West Virginia 39. i Detroit •». Michigan Normal 39. I Hamllne 78. St. John! (Minn) 39. i Indiana State «. Indiana Central en. : Alma 94, HllUdale 49. |, \ Arizona State iTempci 68, West 1'ekas | Abilene Christian 46. Austin 49. I Shafer,,due to lack of experience was a bundle of jitters his first outing and connected on only one of seven free throw attempts, He had no field goals in his first showing but showed some talent in the defensive part of the game. Lately Gould hag had to depend — — — on Gus Bjorklund and Dick Zlck- groff to carry the brunt of the attack. And they've been dojns the best they can. In the recenl loss to Mt. Olive the two combined In score 25 of the 48 points Western collected against the Wildcats./ Those two boys have been carry- .171423 1234 14 30 54 71 10 17 36 48 ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK SHOOTING MATCH SAT. & SUN. JAN. 21ST & 22ND AT HARTFORD, ILLINOIS , ; '• Storting at 12 Neon W fcf JforfW CtVIo should hovt a ckongt •I lubricants and • COMUITI ENGINE TUNE-UP Ml «AM WINIII OIIVINt) Step In teetyl GLOSS MOTOR CO. THIS IS ONE FOR RIPLEY! SITE AVERAGE OCTANE RATING FOR REGULAR GASOLINE IN NORTH CENTRAL STATES II K. Lorau Wood Him ttt'l I'etr. News Nov. SO, IM0 ISBIM DODGE PLVITIOUTH TNI PACTS, THEREFORE, SNOW TNAT SITI REGULAR OAf OLINE It NIIHER IN ANTI.KNOCK QUALITY TNAN MOST 0F Till lOMPAN.iS AND THE PRICE? ALWAYS LESS! 202, Rapp 201-208, Darr 216, Williams 205-200, Graham 208, Gillham 204-209, Henesey 200. Middlecoff 205, Minnette 245, Moxey 201, Adams 237, Herdeneger 208, Willoughby 217-221. Thursday Nlte Women Carl's won 2 from Alamo. Box- board) won 2 from Skaggs. Tom Waters won 2 from Union Electric. Ind. high . game—Kifgan 194. Ind. high series—Kirgan 489. Team high game—Carl's 694. Team high series—Carl's 1981. WOOD RIVER BOWL Service Club •Trattlers won 3 from Lions No. 2. Rotary won 2 from Standard 311 A. C. Domlnos won 2 from K. Pf. Lions No. 1 won 3 from Optimists. Individual high game: Brunjes 267. Individual high series: Schmidt 558. Team high game: Rotary 941. Team high series: Lions No. 1 2535, 200 bowlers: Hord 203, Brunjes' 267, Worthen 207. Biondolino 201. Wednesday Senior Merchants Stuart Motors won 2 from Tucker Shell Service. 204 Seniors won 3 from Hofgren Grocery. Odd Fellows won 2 from Dlyie. Connor's Insurance won 2 from King ing the load all season, Bjorklund has dropped in 72 points in six contests for an average of 12 points per game. Little Zickgraff has followed up with 48 points in the same number of games, for an average of eight points per fray. Tom Holsen is next on the Raider scoring list. He has pitched in 37 points in six engagements, for a 6.1 average, Hassel Stone, who played a great game in the victory over Alton High, has 32 points in five games. He failed to crash the lineup in the first game of the season, but has come along fine of late and is now on the varsity. Gould has been substituting freely in the hopes of finding the right five that clicks. Perhaps Country Day will serve as proving grounds. pins. Charlies Mkt. won 2 from Ninth St. Grrxwry. Merv'g won 2 from Waiver * Stevens. Individual high tame: Awe 233 Individual high series: Tlmlnsky 602. Team high game: Merv's 933 Team high series: V.erv's 2626 200 bowlers: Gibson 212, Davidson 202, Echoes 230, Smith 214, Groppo] 200, FulkersWl 202, Timlnsky 215 Awe 233. Wednesday Nltkt Ladles Wells-Schmidt won 3 from Monty A Olbby. 1SCO won 3 from Forkeyville. Phoebes wos 3 from Sldo Motors. Connor's Insurance won 3 from Carson's Grocery. Gardner's Beauty Shop won 3 from Edward* Cleaners. Individual -high game: Summei i 206. Individual high series: Kucinick 467. Team high game; Phoebe's 788. Team high series- Phoebe's 2058. Standard Oil . Pipe Fitters No. 2 won 3 from Painters. Boilermakers won 3 from Machinists. -Store House won 3 from Barrel House. Welders won 2 from Riggers. Filling Rack won 2 from Inst. Dept. Electricians won 2 from Pipefitters. Individual high game: Landrelh 243. Individual high series: Landreth 621. Team high game: Pipefitters No^l 841. Team high series: Pipefitters No. 2 2355. 200 bowlers: Towey 213, McCredie 200 Brave 216, Landret.h 207, 243. UPPER ALTON ALLEYS Thursday Night Business Men Jutting Outboard Service won 2 from Titchenal Grocery. Beall Tool Co. won 2 from Alton Hrhv.. Paint Co. Reed Bros. Service won 2 from Bunyan-Roller Service Station. Individual high game: Pershing 226. Individual high series: King 586. Team high game: Jutting Outbord Service 866. Team high series: Jutting Outboard Service 2447. 200 bowlers: Pershing 2l>6 King 212, 202, Jouett 209, Lendy 203, Wilson 207. Upper Alton Classic Silver Glaze Donut Co. won 3 from Hotrods. Upper Alton Alleys won 3 from Bowl Inn. Rusty's Standard Service won 3 from R. W. Queen Insurance'Agency. Individual high game: Wilkini 231; Individual high series: Wilkins 647, King 631. Team hish game: Busty'« Service Station 974, Upper Alton Alleys 974. Team high series: Upper Alton Alleys 2765. 200 bowlers: Wllkins 231, 214, 202, King 224, 211, Jouett 224, Wilson 200, 217, O'Donnell 2U, 209, Weindel 220, B, Showers 200, 205, Lamar 222, Springer 204, N. Showers 202. BOWL-INN Lutheran League Prairietown won ,2 from Pleasant Ridge. Emmaus won 2 from Alton Messiah. Hamel won 2 from Dorsey. St. Peters won 2 from Alton Trinity. Bethalto won 2 Walther, League. Gehlenbeck won 2 from P &-G. Hamelettes won 2 from Hamel Chicks. Bethalto won 2 from Prairietown. Individual high game: Meyer 244. Individual high series: Meyer 568. Team high game: Alton Trinity 867. Team high series: Bethalto 2368. 200 bowlers: Meyer 244, Erdman 200, Scheiter 213, Helmkamp 201, Koshlnski 213. Shell Ladies League Shell Mrs. won 2 from Hot Rods Shellettes won 3 from Oilerettes Shellites won 3 from Research. Fire Crac*kers won 2 from She Shells. Individual high game: Ballmnn 200. Individual high series: Ballman 509. Team high game: Shell- ites 743. Team high series: Shell- ires 2124. 200 bowlers: Ballman 200. Standard Foremen Light Oils won 2 from Heavy Oils. Works' Office won 2 from Process. Labor won 2 from Main Office. Refinery won 3 from Mechanical. Individual high game: Doll 211, Individual high series: Hunt 530. Team htph game: Team high series: bowlers: Doil 210. Light Oils 820. Labor 2229. 200 Mnht Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK iSunnyslde Garden) — Joe Lindsay. 1S8 3 ,!, New York, outpoint- cd Young Htrry Wills. 19S'-4, Lo§ Anaeles. 10. KANSAS CITY—Major Jones. 1S8"<, Kansas City, outpointed Anton Raadik, 162V,. Chlcafo. 10. PITTSBURGH—Bob Baker. 106. Pittsburgh, knocked out Henry Jones, 184, Detroit, l. Telegraph Want Adi "CLICK" High School graduates! 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