The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 19, 1948 · Page 7
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January 19, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 7

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARWSBURS. ILL.. MONDAY, JANUAKY 10, 1948 PAGE FIVE ive to Ploy 0* ass ,.. ( ^ s n n e r s have ;mUlost one thift tali center, avcraj · aiul MIUcr 17 By Fred Harmon Temperature of S like all othw Ingredient. in cake-making. .should be at - about 70 de-to combine well. MILLIONS PREFER StJoseplf ASPIRIN * ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN .iui-y to give. Or»nfi» flavor. CO tablets MEET YOU AT ANDY'S That's Where Everybody Will He You're SO-0-0 At Lunch Time Make a Hoc-Line for Phone 270 Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Parts Prtnpt Ik'UC? On Rcpjlrl Robson Radio Electric Service 2C6 E. Pcy'i' Phcl * 174R1 RED RYDER One Down OKARCHSE QUICKLY PREFA\CG "THE CAR GAFf Tfie Battle's On OKARCrtEE'S 6O1 HE GOLD-' LETS ALL GET OOtA HERE - T . H a m l i n They're Ottl ALLEY OOP 'rt5i j '?·=?'., Bull logs Win ,-X ' * *"~« ' 53-37 Tilt Carrier od out of t|u) select 15 by n newcomer-- West HqcMord--aiul l)un« wee, which rcttirnca" to uio runiu after a week's absence. The ratings:*' Team CollinsUllc Pekin Locals Prepare For South Six Game At Bcnton Friday Paced by Bill Bob Brown, who made 20 points, the _ llarnsburg _^ ft. A .},,... « * * r t l % f f l n t f i * i t _ Bull Dogs Saturday night defeat- Those clubs held the one-two- ed an improved Carrier Mills bas-1 three-four positions they took over SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Jan. 19-- UU!--Collinsville, Pekin. Salem and Paris continued to set the pace in United Press 1 downslale ratings today as the prep basketball race moved into the second half oi the season. Those clubs held the one-two- last week, but there was considci I'ble shuffling among the other members of the "lop 15." La Gransc and East Rockford, only undefeated major teams in the state besides Collinsville. moved into fifth and sixth position leaders. Ed FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Goon Hangs High VVl U l i l i l i w * V ' v v * v«-- - ketball team, 53 to 37, and today were looking toward their next contest, a South Six conference game at Bcnton Friday night. The Bull Dogs handled Carrier Mills in easy fashion here the I night of Dee. 6. ' But Saturday night the Cats looked much bet- upn t behind the ic- ter than in the early season game, W ardsville and Dccalur were nudg and Harrisburg had to battle all - the way to win against an aggressive, full-of-determination Carrier Mills aggregation. The first quarter was close but the Bull Dogs had pulled away 1 to a comfortable lead by half-time, sin the third period Carrier Mills, pulled up to within six points of \ Harrisburg and kept the game close until the final three minutes of play, when the Bull Dogs pulled far out in front. Get Ball Under Basket Chief asset of the Bull Dogs against Carrier Mills was speed, which enabled the local lads to «et the ball under the basket for shots. Carrier Mills during the first half did most of its shooting from several feet out from the basket, but worked the ball in with more success during the two final frames, and their success at this was evident in their scor- 111** , Although Pritchett led the Car- ,ricr Mills scoring with 11 points and Lail had 10, Traveistead, center probably was their most outstanding player. Traveistead played a good defensive game and | connected for four field goals. | Brown, Cummins and Jones play- ] La Grange Wast Uomord Robinson Pmckneyvillc Pana NYaukcgan L:.wrenccviUc West Uockford Gales-burg Dundee Glcnbard Won 13 10 1C 10 12 13 14 11 12 9 9 9 10 14 12 Lost 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 3 2 1 2 Other teams receiving support for the ratings included Edwardsville, Danville, Decatur, Matloon. Mt. Vernon, Calumet Cit, am 1 Jeliet. Should Be Chesty The northern sea otter cracks obeli fish on a stone held against its chest. The car or truck of your own selection Financed and Insured under the BEST PROTECTION! See us flrst-v/e will cave you money. All claims have our personal attention. Harrisburg Phone 889 D 1 U W I 1 . \^Ui»*"**--*J --·- * By Merrill BloSSer ed_good ball for Hamsburg with Fuller Brushes Phone 678 HENRY L. LIGHTFOOT LOANS Signature and Realty Collection Adjustment Service Ska£2s Bldg. Pho. 893-W NEVAH MIND TH' ^ STORY O' " YORE LIFE ff SAVE MINE" YO FEENO.fT I AH lS(SoS#NEARLV ITS YORE /DA!D NOW, FELLAS// NEVAH KIND HIM/I' AHAIMST'GIVE YO'ALI'L ADVICE, VOUNG FELLA. MOW- WHEN AH WAS A BOY-- rr's UGHT I.CLCC~,S;' WELKIN! "\ SSLE: EVERY- ; RAT- . I AH KIM r ~ YO' MEATALL.':''-AH IS INN£PCE^^^~ MORE. r-,!MjTE-AN' FAULT WEL NEARLV HUNG LJ'L ABMER BY TH' NECK, UNTIL DMDf. CUT ME DOWN A HAIMT Ll'L ABNER/T-YO' lS-EEEK. r By Ai Capp Let's Look L'lL ABNER : O.", LOOK/ WHGS TPAT SCRUMPTIOUS tHAT WOMAW . HILDA, IS VOUK. AUNT HESTER ' KIDS, SHES VERY OLD-FASHIONED / GO EASY ON THE- MODERN BEHAVIOR J DOES IT LCANT EAT AMY GET "WAT . WAV, HILDA/ LETS GET -TA\S OVER: Jones' floor work being exceptional. INCOME TAX SERVIC Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 \Y. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS f«» tn\ rfjc accot.')ij, notes a.id bad »,·.-· ,-s v.e ccl'cct fron anjonc. a=y- N'o collection, no charge! M. D. Ncslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 ,e f© Mkrtigsra, , (i-p._\vis-1 bis total 27 for thc game, and Mm- T , . - ^ i r - p t n » i courted 19 points m tne consin and Purdue, tv.o o: t.,c f\°^ TM t cs to win. 59 to 51. I four Big Nine ca e c team* v. m e n , '-\^TM Wicr. scrapping with ,v. tw . thc best scoring mark Icv'ac dropped 26 counters 0 ' · - ',o 52 Hoo- ! CHICAGO. ·'have lost only one Itcst. MOTSIXGER AND ROSE Bonds anil Insurance 1''= S. MAIN ST. Phone G55R '·--·J- '!.-, --- j_ £_ ,. ?tle .. pcv . Coach Ralph Davison of Harrisburg used' nine men during the : *ame, although he relied upon six most of the time Six men i saw action for Carrier Mills Coach Guy Hunter. Sco're 24-15 at Half Davison started Vinson, Brown. Cummins, Jones and Catlm, and .VanderPluym alternated at guard ! and forward a lot of the time be,fore he fouled out in the third ! period. Carrier Mills starters were Lail Osburn. Traveistead, Beggs land' Pritchett, and when Beggs I fouled out as the final quarter ! got under way, Gilchrest replaced Carrier Mills led Harrisburg, 9 ] to 6, following three minutes of play in the first period, but-dur-; ing the final five minutes, the , Bull Dogs held Carrier Mills scoreless and sank three field goals ,'and three free throws to lead, la to 9, as the quarter ended. The 'Bull Dogs increased their lead to 94 to 15 at half-time, working the ball nicely under the basket. With the score 32 to 21 midway in the third period, the Harris- bur" boys started fouling and six consecutive free shots plus a basket by Lail \\hile Kibler of Harrisburg was shooting a field goal closed the gap to 34 to 29 a t , me end of the third quarter. Bull Pups Win . The first five minutes of the - - - - - - -- - f o u r t h quarter were nip-and-tuck, Negro star. Jackie Robinson. How- but in the final three minutes ot ever, Robinson and Dodger Presi- play Harrisburg outscored Carrier dent Branch Rickey, met at the Mills 12 io 2 to win by a comfort- i Baseball Writers dinner in Chica- able margin, go last night, chatted pleasantly) In a preliminary game Coacn Ind at the finish insisted- that Jim Beers' Bull Pups defeated the contract matters were not discuss-1 Carrier Mills second team, ou to ed '43. High scorers were a Harris- Rickey said none of the Brook-'burg trio. Roper with 19 ana lyn contracts had been prepared Logsdon and Gilchnst witn i and that all would be mailed to points each, and Hawkins ot players on Feb. 8. Robinson, hc r ier Mills, who connected lor · "i t * ^.^.j i_;. "And the cow jumped over the moon!" chants Molly the .Milkmaid from her nursery rhymes. Jeep- ers, cows do more exciting things than that -- they give us Dairy Brand nourishing milk . . . Buttermilk . Chocolate Milk and all kinds of cream! II ERY · **£?'U r 1 :ws ·? ©SalTa^ sai r§ r a^a SC '. A. LEHMAN EYE, EAR, XOSE. THROAT Glasses Fitted 03 Vine ««·· M " 111 »inc street soite 4--Harrisburg Hospital lV points for scoring honors. Kiner, Waiker Well ted With Contracts By CARL LUNDQUIST United Press Sports Writer ± uuu t U11V ^,,, UVV . -- .. ----- . ^ -NEW YORK. Jan. 19-- t'Jl-- I difficulties with that boy." Rickey , Harrisburg (53) General Manager Roy Hamcy of said «.g ut he j s W orth more than Vinson " .said, would get his in Los Ange- iles on that date. 1 "I don't anticipate any salary ' ,i:rr;«,.ujnc- Tt-;ih that hnv " T?ickov P °Tlie' box score of the feature I game. e a sa u e s W the Pittsburgh Pirates popped up hc r ccc j ve( i j as t year. ' to- today as baseball's graph hound, puttin ' Brown FG FT TP PF 1 0 2 1 2 20 1 . latest auto- ^ s kcd what Robinson got last Cummins - * ' ' s c , g out approxi- 1 v * ar Rj c k cv replied "I don't dis- ' Jones mately S55.000 over the week-end - ' - . . . . -- . T_U:_ ^_.,r_ cuss anv salaries.' But it was $5.500. ... U v^^j v^«.»-- ---- -for the signatures of two of his SQn .. ,....^^... star players. Ralph Kiner and Dix- j Hc also ; n( ji c atcd hc would seek i Pavelonis Robin- Catlin VanderPluym GOODRICH TIRES p asscn-cr. Truck. Tractor HAKKISBURG . Toplar Terms 174K1 in nvc conference came. 43 to :).'. More important, the minmh was ' Oh20 statc , iad little trouble on the Badaers' *«TM co ' m - and ie Walker. The pen and ink jobs were on 1948 contracts which provided both players with the highest one- year salaries in their careers. Kiner, sophomore slugging star of the Pirates who hit 51. home runs last season to tie Johnny Mize of the Giants for the major league lead, came from his home in Alhambra. Cal., to sign up yes- lerdav. Walker. lone-standing around S20.000 for 1948. 'on the Bakers' home court, ana ;prated to the otter cluos thrt A.S- i . _ "lJ»--~..«~t rfrfMlv Ih3t thC Ins Barker HSIey " i,o mrrcquent recently .hat Badger floor v.rs n torrific mc.iuii ibrr'iicvp to Jh" \. T i-»rs ' Vr.til the VVr'.'^ci ro ·. ctor:^^^ ilenct.e wr.s c"'ir c '''-.'-" c rCl 7c C '"in , · 1 ^,«,» oi-.; \»\i · i'-c f r.-!n is iii J first plr.cc only hec (played more 2'ir.-c^ t.-«an i rival«; v,nn h v e lo-t or.ly c ]lest, and if Iowa ojn (iov.n 'sola loniwht, the ir. ?:ood chance 1 Oh20 a c a w - t h ri(tsbur ^h and the Panlhcn, Announce Dates For Tourneys j Bobka Kibler Totals 9 4 3 0 3 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 10 9 2 8 0 0- 0 2 0 4 3 3 5 0 9.95 ELECTRIC CO. Phone 37 HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS 21 11 53 1" ToRite, 6 p. rn.; Tuesday, 6 p. m. Bags Bunny Cartoon CHICAGO. Jan. C. Mills (37) Lail .Osburn 19_cn--The' Traveistead Illinois High School Association j Beggs today announced dates- and sites i prilchcit for the district, regional and sec- Gilchrest never moved of the Buckcvcs Dick Schnittkcr fl--.. ,, - · to pace Ohio to a 74 to ob icraay. waiKcr. mim-anum...^ r thc District, regional ana sec- star of the Brooklyn Dodgers who , tional tour ' ncvs ol thc pna ual state was traded to Pittsburgh in an oil- . h scnoo j basketball tournament, mints ? cason dc X K drovc " P fr0:n Birm "i District mcctr «i 3 be played Vhc^half ig earm plws a ed !i:cb ' 24 ' 27 ' rcgi ° na - t0 " n - 5 -- FG 3 2 4 0 3 1 FT TP PF 4 10 3 0 0 1 5 1 8 1 11 3 o ·^ o 3 dropped 22 points tn- The BiS Team " it has ^ Viscons5n "it* olhcr 5jJJ igan standings: \V L 2 -5, - Hamcy. who announced tnc sign ing of Kincr yesterday, saw the - and Totals 11 37 18 one-year contract was "in ! neighborhood of S30.000" ; _ · _ · * · » . _ n -- * prct- tcctior.als March 10-12. f ina ] s w ,j] br playea : ai g n March 15-20. ' ' IOU.UN , Officials: Baker of Cartcn-illc and Driggcrs of Mt. Vernon. OUC» iWJ »"s- .-vv..« Carbondalc Comuwnitv. Ccntrr.lja. T,-. ,, Illinois I J 3 ', Minnesota over firM. Indiana Isin must Play Northwestern Ohio State 4 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 * o 3 3 .800 .750 .667 .667 ,500 .333 .250 .250 .250 neignoornwu ui ^ov.wv --« i"-« Carbondalc Commur.nv. v,ciui»:i;u. j ty ritzy neighborhood at that «° 4r i r o in n s\-ille Flora. Galcsburg. Hiiis-. a 25-vcar-old vouncstcr just ge*.- . ^ ij nn TM^rm .Tacksonvillc I- a 25-year-old youngster just ge-.- j^ Hoopc^ton, .Tscksonvjllc I.; line started in a big league base-j s ^ j 0 2iet. I-a Salle. Mol-r.c ball career. _ 'p^nrJ-i' Rorkford Wcsl, Spring- career. Kincr said hc was "very pleas- Pcoria. Rockford ftcld and Waukc^an. *«.»..^^ ^-«..» - - -- ~ --~ . . l*i,lU lilU »»ou«*v*.«-*·· , cd" with thc deal. He said there · Dislrict an d regional sites and was no bonus clause in thc con- ., district managers include: .... =_.«,,._., t._ .-- ~~.M,r,~ t««- uisv Springi r, cr .ton. Aider tract but indicated he was gellin r nearly double his 1947 salary- lr ca ton , 'o-t ' 1!C COUNTY BUREAU HEPOKFS -KCTIOX SERVICE Kujldinj; Phonc 67S SFF Mn B. Owen, J. P. ,_' = S. Main Phone 635W s '' i 'e. or Drivers' License, :. Deeds or Mortgages. IVCCVE TAX dxlr , K an without a « . , held a 22 so 10 ««d at the but MichiMi/* Boh pTTron and Don Mclnttw-h spni^cd a V. oh eri,,c r."ilv in the j-rwro porifx, .o counted c.Ji' PCI-* in Leading Scorers In the Big Nine Paul Cairo. Harold V. Lund- High School Basketball Scores By United Press Pckin 67, Pcoria Central 30. . Pinckncyvillc 45. MU Ycnion 34. j Bcnton 52. Zeiglcr ol. Robinson 68, Champaign .J._ n E\-ansvillc, Ind. (Memorial) a*. Metropolis 47. East Rockford 56, Oak Park 39. Clinton 37. Maltoon 25 $11) Beats Eastern Tonite, 6 p. m. Walker, usually one of thc more , Eaua jj lv Harrisburg. J. D. Van- reluctant players to sign up when l d .£,,. '" he was a Dodger, conferred onlyi Hurs '^ ^jurphysboro. two minutes with Hamcy before. p cc j cv getting on thc line for a reported Th ^ $25.000--"thc most 1 ever made m ron my life." , . . , District tournaments for colored J The Boston Braves revealed that w h j. choo]s w j]] b r held r.t Madi-j CARBONDALE. 111.. Jan- J9-- thcv had signed up a pair of mm- - Dunbar and Carbor.dalc At-J a ; ? j_ T j M . Southern Illinois Lni- or "league pitchers, Al Epperly -|.^ i - ^^ -- «^,c««iwi News of the Day Romance Dance Tuesday, 2 p. rn.; Wednesday, 6 p. m. Double Feature -- 12c and 35c jHElAlOCTIQNj; and Ed Post, Eppcrly is up from Milwaukee of thc American Association where he won 14 and lot 7. Post played with Muncic of the Ohio Statc League and had a 19 and 8 record. Rickey, Robinson Confer All was confusion as usual witn .75 the Dodgers who ai press conference for f n r e press conference for toda prc , sumably to reveal thc signing o f , wc siass cooi. «uw--me ouui"^ 1 " · -·;· v j jvcrsitv Maroons had an undisputed head in thc Illinois Intercollegiate Underwater LiRht ! Athletic Conference today alter .-»- A lamp that can be used 0:^1^.54 defeat of Eastern Illinois under water has b^cn developed, j state College on thc Charleston It's a 1,000-watt job. 'the size of a floor Saturday night. *0-wati bulb, for dcosca diving as- i The Maroons were P a ^TM °% signmcnls. Us figment almost'sharp shooting Jack Mojc ° touches the bulb, and operation West Frankfort, \M* -i f^""*? i water is necessary to keep and Oliver Shoaff of Mt, Carmcl j Jwith 14 points. "Our Hearts Were Growing Up" Starring G ail Russell Wanna Lynn · ')· '? n Ii t- f l '/i'\ \ -I · f! SPAPFRI NFWSPAPFK!

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