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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARR1SBUBG,' ILL.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1948 PAGE flVB Colt! IJriuKs lirls M I I WAUKKK. Wis. U'-iX-Jlcc- , ,,f ilu- city f i r e 'li'Parlmcnt "' r Vs iniTca* 1 as the tempi" 1 - SlluW I! oito A cyltl sna|) lm)llj: ' 11 ;iu» 1 ' ', "' tt ',jti, the mercury at 10 '53/ Looookeeeee g e Like a Fox Sec Us No Obligations to Buy Morafrhon Service CIctchcr and Sivok South Main and Raymond RED RYDER Puff, Puff, Puff By Fred Harmon THREE SHORT PUFFS-- HREE LOUS-THREE S SOS- OLD lirtER tOLD AeOOT /LUCKY m/flrf RED-HEADED , COVOBOY '/·DlWfWK / AKtf FAL5E I MOVES-TO WAVE LOOKS LIKE! * WITH THE PRAFt/ 5HIP'5 FUNKEL/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Needs Practice By Merrill Blosset Iowa Beats is, Ties 9 THOS. D. GREGG Graduate and Rwlcred Op'.ometrlsl Second Floor Gregg BIdg. PI-CMS 72W or 265R for Appointment M O N U M E N T S AND M A R K E R S OF EVERLASTING BEAUTY AND MEMORY ADAMS MOKCMENT CO. 202 East Poplar Phone 118CU Thurmond Adams, Prop. Complete Stock of Washer and Kadio Parts Prerept Service On Rtoaln Robson Radio Electric Service 2C6 L Poplar Phone 678 DO I HAVE TO WEAR THIS RIDICULOUS COSTUME"? OH. WELL OFF, weu, SEE HOW GOOD VOU ARE AT HAMDLIM6THE WHEN IM ·ROME L'lL ABNER ALLEY OOP THE LUGS , HOPELESS/ He WONT EVEM THIS CALLS . SOMETHIMS-, DRASTIC/ GET A GOUPU OF STRAPS ANA VOLLEV-BALL.' - X^e'LLTiE' MlM UPSO'r- . In DUCK/ Tfe^: Wier Scores 34 Points as Hawkeyes Win 70 to 61 Tilt CHICAGO, Feb. 10-- UR -Iowa, sparked by little Murray Wier, defeated Illinois 70-61 last night to tie the Big Nine basketball race in a knot while Wisconsin was taking a pot-shot at a non-conference rival. Announce Pairings for Regional, District Meets CHICAGO. Fch. 10--U.I!--The ,neyvillc vs. Chester; NashviHo ._. Illinois High School Association'Ashley: DuQuoin .vs. .Campbell today announced district and rcg ional pairings of the 802 teams entered in the annual state high school basketball tournament. District tourneys will be held Feb. 24-27 while regional play will occur March 2-5. Sectional games arc scheduled March 1012 with the finals at the University of Illinois March 18-20. Regional and district pairings follow: Benton regional: West Frankfort vs. Christopher; Johnston City vs. Thompsonville; Benton iu-i.viiiviv.iivv **.«.. winner Wier looped 34 points through ""; , the hoop to set the pace for the vs. Sesser; Zeiglcr Hawkeye victory. The result six conference wins One Minuet, It You Please were dile. Illinois Drops to Fifth Creal Springs district (4): Marion, Crab Orchard vs. Valier; , Goreville vs. Creal Springs; win- Hill; Sparta vs. district WiUisville district (4): Coul- tcrvillc vs. Stcclcvillc; WlllisviUo vs. Tildcn; winner to regional. St. Louis U. Ends Irish Winning * Streak on Home Court SOUTH BEND. Ind., Feb. 10-- U.r:_St. Louis University's claim for the national basketball championship was heightncd immense- vs. district ly today after the Billikens defeated Notre Dame,'68 to 51. on «;i Michigan and Indiana '-(City Flat Cairo the Notre Dame home floor, something no team had done since Dec. 4, 1943. The defeat closed the longest victory chain in the history of the Irish "court. Notre Dame boasted a 38-game winning streak.' Ed McCauley. St. Louis center, led the Billikens, scoring 21 points. He had plenty of^help . "rom regional: Mounds vs. points arid Dick "wiicutt with 15.' Mound City: Cairo vs. Tamms; It was the second time this By Al Capp -AND THAT 3.OOO OF OUR LEADING \ CITIZEMSV/EREKACHINE-GCMMED J TO DIATM IM OUR COMMUNITY S CDrER-^LL N ONE. WES 1 BUf T«0 j£ WERE M£«:-Ly A J FEW )bCl.AJ ED JJ.'CipiJjS -- tirvr A rrtiME WAVE ff r-r BUT OUR LEADING AMDiDATE, THAT ULAUi; COURAGEOUS M.MUET-IS SCARED TO DSATH/7 ! Anna vs. Cobden; Karnak vs. dis- season St. Louis had beaten No ....,,.,, -- r _ -- r ict winner. . tre Dame and gave-it a record'of A crowd of 16,048, largest in Thebes district (7): Dongola,'115 victories in 16 games this sea- ie history of the Iowa field -\Volf Lake vs. Grand Chain; Cai-| son . Oklahoma A. and M. is the house, watched the Hawkeyes gain! ro , St. Joseph vs. Ullin; Thebes on i y team to beat the Billikens. "' "" vs. McClure; winner to regional, j st. Louis led 35 to 34 at half- Carmi regional: Mt. Carmel vs. time. Albion; Crossville vs. West Salem; ous, the win that tied them with the defending champion Badgers. The Illini, however, didn't yield to | the superior shooting of the lowans until the last 45 seconds I of the game. I The loss dropped Illinois to 1 fifth place behind Purdue which Carmi vs. Enfield; Grayville vs. district winner. Allendale district (7): Bone Gap, Browns vs. Lancaster; Allendale vs. Keensburg; St. Francis- U\.\^ Ut 111WV4. J. t*i Vt Miw » i » » * % » » · i w w . - v - -- T- -- -- (j i took a last-minute win from the ;yille vs. Mt. Erie; winner to reg- Gophers. Illinois now has four ional. . * . . Harrisburg regional: Marion vs. Eldorado; Carrier Mills vs. Car- wins against the same number of losses in conference play. ! Purdue trailed during most of 'the game but came back strong bondale, Attucks district winner; Harrisburg vs. Norris City; Gala- Lilt; liollJUi u u b vw"*'-- »^ ****»·. ^«...».-- C j . _ _ . -- (_, to chalk its fourth victory against |tia vs. district winner. , , i _ /-»..«-- ,1 A r*flit "P*tn^lif tr Hicfrrir»fr (' three losses. Guard, Andy iButchko and forward Dick Axness were mainly instrumental in Equality district (7): Cave-in- Rock, Equality vs. Shay;neetown; Hidgway vs. Omaha; Mill Shoals, lit jj * * v V r *»i«**«»»j »-.«.»-- -- , , , _ _ u ,,. ^ ^ r» * t handing Minnsota its fourth con-!Mills Prairie vs. Spnngerton; Alley's 'Way Ahead of Him jference loss against three wins. _ 1 Minnesota's towering Jim Mc- Bv V T Hamlin Intv re was held to 13 points by __?y_.V_:rJ!?r' n . lin Butchko. Butchko also tailed 13 points while Axness led the game scoring with 21. In a tight game at Evanston, i Northwestern won out on a bas- iket by Bob Maddock in the last half-minute of play. Bill Sticklen, however, was the big gun m the Wildcat attack,- scoring 22 points. Ohio State fought back strongly after a half-time 25-15 deficit but couldn't get the payoff bucket. i The result gave both Ohio State |and Northwestern two conference 'wins against six losses. 1 Wisconsin, minus high-schoring i Bobby Cook, came back in the sec- 'ond half to whip Michigan State. line Badgers trailed 21-18 at hall- winner to regional. Carbondale, Attucks district (6): Cairo, Sumner vs. Colp, Herrin; Mounds. Douglas: Carbondale, Attucks: Mound City, Lovejoy vs. Bropkport, Lincoln; winner to Harrisburg regional. Metropolis regional: Metropolis vs. Rosiclare; Golconda vs. Grantsburg; Vienna vs. Joppa; Brookport vs. Robbs. BILL DOLLAR GIVES THE RIGHT OF WAY TO CASH FOR YOU WHENE'ER YOLT SAY, Over The Fashion Palace INCOME TM SERVICE - BY HARRY GKAYSON NEA Sports Editor VTFV YORK--(NBA)--It was last spring" i n ' H a v a n a ' t h a t Leo ^ Durochcr predicted the Brooklyn* would run away ^hidj.^ ' **\Vo*n brcok in iron*. nnc» Siaj- in^it-, _ _ _ _ u.,. /~*^»«rrti?.- insTiSi S he ;TM C oinr, .o bo tangedter the year by Commis- Resignalion of Grid Coach at U, o! Nebraska Blamed on Pressure Groups time. Big Nine standings: 1 w -m-mr LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 10.--OJ.P.) --University of Nebraska officials expressed bitterness today over "outside pressure" which prompted Football Coach Bernie Masterson to resign after two unsuccessful seasons. beyond the football scene. I regret that Masterson has resigned because of pressure from a segment of public opinion which by ---.--_ no stretch of the imagination was Ohio State . unanimous over the state. Northwestern "I hope that a situation of this Team Wisconsin Iowa Michigan Purdue Illinois Minnesota Indiana W 6 6 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 Masterson, a former Cornhusker kind will never occur again " Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 \V. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS .t tins* oast i.c accounts, notes ard bad ttetio mis. 1 ] w. ve ccllfct from anywir, any*Vf(. 3-y ti-e. No collection, no charge! M. D. Ncsler Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 sioncr Chandler. V.'eli. the Dodgers cuan t brear. in front and lose the opposition, but there wasn't much dotib.. about the National League pen- naiil-^snr.cro. once they struck their precise stride, and the Giants lost their surprising caily foot. ·ANACER DUROCHER once - more feels that the younger Brooks v.-ill make the club more- formidable as the campaign rolls along. They won't bog/own in the heat of summer, snould be fastest of ail at the i\r MOTSIXGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 17 £ S. MAIN ST. Phone C55R J. t. "Pelt" Rote rambling wind-up. ,. ,,. i The highly imaginative Durocher plans to steal another pennant for Brooklyn. · "We'll upset the other side wun our speed on the bases, stealing and takinc the extra base he savs "Outfielders will stumble in their haste to get the ball away. 1 The new Durochcr. who is pretty much like the old one. points out that Burl Shotlon swiped the . D. A. LEHMAN EYC, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted 203 North Vine Street Suite 4--JIarrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES Passenger, Truck, Tractor HARRISBURG , TIRE BATTERY 2«6 E. Poplar Terms 174K1 · PC "Thc^records show the Dodsen; stole 38 bases, a third more^lhan their nearest rivals." he cxpiams , «Ard what does not show arc the extra bases they look the base-hit stretching they did to get the other clubs jittery and open uo their opportunities." .. "Chatting with the new. new Du- rochcr vou suspect that he. like a lot of other baseball men. was surprised when the Pirates traded in olden 6!ove$ if CeRfraiia /ilham Richard Cox and south- aw Poacher Roe. especially the ormcr It looks like the Corsairs re playing on the Superbas' side. "Bill Cox is one of the fastest ncn in baseball, and we_will^ jrove it," beams Durocher. v "The Pirates let Cox stand around on the bases last season, but we v.-ill have him running at every opportunity." _ __ , _ \ So in Cox. only 28,'Branch, Rickey got a man to plug the hole, at third base, run with the three R's---Reiser, Robinson and Reese. 1 He manufactured 15 circuit clouts in 194". although he rarely talked x manager Billy Herman^of^the^ Bucs. . 2 * · - , - ! Being" a right-hand smacker. Cox should find the short left-field stands at Ebbcts Field just as friendly as Greenberg Gardens. ~\ The pitching records show Durocher the Braves' bowlers were far superior to those of the Bums in 1947. Brooklyn's inexperienced. football star, admitted that "cir cumstances beyond my control" caused hizi to take the surprise move. Chancellor R. £. Gustavson issued a caustic statement in reply, castigating pressure groups, mainly alumni in Lincoln and Omaha, who had been clamoring lor a new coach. Most of the clamor has been for Army coach, Col. Lawrence (Biff) Jones, who is leaving his post as graduate manager of athletics at the West Point military academy. "When the university hired Masterson as its football coach, it was« aware, or should have been aware of his qualifications for the job it gave him," Gustavson said. "It gave him a five year contract m 1946. Former Quarterback Masterson, in his letter of resignation indicated he didn't want to take the step but thought it best to do so. "Circumstances beyond my control and vours made it seem advisable to" me after a very careful L 2 2 2 3 4 4 4 6 6 Pet. .750 .750 .667 .571 .500 .429 .333 .250 .250 Mt. Vernon regional: Mt. Vernon vs. Bluford, Webber: McLeansboro vs. Cisne: Fairfield vs. Wayne City; Woodlawn vs. district 'winner. Waltonv)lle district (4): Opdyke vs. Tamaroa; Waltonville vs. Dahlgren; regional. Murphysboro regional: Murphysboro vs. Carterville; Carbondale vs. Gorham: Herrin vs. Carbondale, Univ.; Elkville vs. district winner. Hurst district-(6): Grand Tow- '[Warm clothes... good food .7^ and other mid-winter needs cost, money. If you're short oF money ( · or eome^in _for_a» friendly cash loon.' UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY Leading Scorers In the Big Nine XlUlot UioLiiut v u y . VJJL«IIW. A v « er vs. Ava; Hurst; Royalton; j Alto Pass vs. Vergennes; winner to regional. Rlnckneyville regional: Pinck- CHICAGO, Big Nine's II Player Team Wier. Iowa Feb. 10--(HE)--The leading scorers: Harker Mi INSURANCE AGENCY in lift*- ju**vw*»*.7·· «· » j staff yielded more bases on balto than any other in the circuit. _j The slucging records show Du- rochcr the Dodgers were «*· · "So you arc forced to tne conclusion that Barney Sholton stole ?hc pennant on vcnturesomencss and running speed."^concludes And the lively shake some of the lead more sluggish opponcnts_parus., iuibcr7vanda!ia. knocked out Gene iMcrrcil. Ctntralia. 3rd round. In the 147-pound class: Ivorson ' Thatch. East St. Louis, dccisioncd jj^ymon Davis. Scott Field. Al- · Ki'rt ^"''"C 1 Ccilcvillc. uc^i.riontd Fd Stewart. East St, Louis. Carl H^cr. Belleville. ^«*cd ° ul CENTRAL!A, IH.. Feb. 10--O.' \\\\\\ e Norton. Last St^^Louis. --The semi-finals in ;v, e f;r«.t round Use "open division i:i the 10»h ?n- "The real principle here goes into operation * l * J M . » S A N i - *-V --··--· -- -- -- » m , I f l Y * I C l W i l deliberation that I submit my res- »« Minn ignation effective March 1, ia?o, p phn ; tt i- cr OSU a! head football coach,»Jhj= saii l^Can.'Illinois "I take this step but \\ith one thought in mind--the welfare o f ) my alma mater/' * . . , , . 'Axness. Purdue Masterson was quarterback for (£'« : w the Huskers in 1931, '32, and '33,| RiUcr ji, diana ' and starred for the Chicago Bears | . ^ Mich ig a n before returning here for the 1946 | season. His teams won only five of 18 games during those two seasons, but material at the school hit a low point during *the war and the one-time big recruiting system which combed the state for football players was not put back G 8 n 8 8 8 8 7 8 6 TP Avg. 177 22.1 168 24 15.5 15.5 14.5 13.9 13.4 10.4 13.1 12.3 125 125 117 111 95 83 79 74 Better Living with Better Heating PLAN NOW FOR A LIFETIME OF INDOOR COMFORT · Coal Furnaces ® Stokers · Oil Furnaces · Air Conditioning STAIN'S TIN SHOP 17 W. Church ' Phone 923W Marriage License Business On Skids, Poll Reveals College Scores By IIARMAN W. NICHOLS , United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.--U.P.-- Here it is Leap Year, and look, at the mess things are in! According to the almanac, people ought to be falling all over lone another in a mad rush to the altar. Instead, say the folks who compile matrimonial facts and fig By United Press St. Louis U. 68. Notre Dame 51. Iowa 70. Illinois 61. Wisconsin 51. Michigan State 39. Purdue 53. Minnesota 51. Missouri 42. Kansas 39. Northwestern 47, Ohio State 43. James Millikin 59, Macomb Teachers 56. , , . . _ , Kentucky 82. Vanderbilt ol. Hyniers Reminded t YWKE DE^CARLO Tonite 6 p. m. J ^ Cartoon L f/f/ Novelty Reel LVlllvlv^ *iicn.» ··nw*«i«»» »**^»i** ·*-·-- --^ * ,, urcs", couples are staying unhitched young market -_ **j j_«..-.« iT^ir* TVaxx: to f»l Nell B.. a plump, motherly sort of lady who brags that she still has only one chin, shoots right from the hip when she talks to the j old gals. ' "You arc too demanding." shci . ,, ' , , . , n savs crookin? a finder and acting I SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Feb. 10.-mad' "Whaf do you have to offer ] o?--The state conservation ac-1 men? Your glamour has. melted partment today again reminded and vou arc competing with the - hunters that the Illinois game code *^ * - .. - _ _ _ii _r 4?-«Aw« *i Vir» nmicvriT To Report ___ M --------------------^--------^~ Wednesday 6 p. m. -- Thursday 6 p. m. 7W AHDCTHE in uncounted droves. (o Gel a ?»Ian requires all of them who bought Illinois hunting licenses to fill in attached to ?t to the A poll conducted by the United j Mrs. S ^'t^efTmaT 0^ I Se .._Press found that the marriage h- \vays. at least, to gel a «»"·_^" c y'V-imcnt bv tomorrow, cense business is on the skids, b;thc roscwatcr (or'^ognc) ^' ^g^^^f an-kind Maybe it's the unsettled timesJod hooking a^ mar to .he ngj gcn^no. ^^ was report Mavbc it's the unsettled times, oa. nooKing a » u » v :\ v "% ' u-d nkon durin« 1947. kill report Mavbc its just as the census Well she says the old.gals'J a ( J! ^J ^J"^ ^turned showing i .: ..^J^,.^- «n r%v- ] hnct tnrfrt ihnl OnC. 1 "C OlfiCr CasU^ Jl^u^l ·"- ^ , . bureau says--three widows to cv-ibcst forget that one. COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT REPORTS ^ INVESTIGATIONS COLLECTION SERVICE Building Phone 678 , , SES John B. Owen, J. P. '·'2 S. Main Phone e33TV w State, or Drivers' License, Collections, Deeds"or Mortgages. INCOME TAX horf fnrfos lhal one me OIIIV.T v.««su jnu^i .^ -· .. .-· ., , Rr^lS--*^.^ enough bachelors to go-round. The old_ ones rcajl^an sling a ^ ^^^ Sllbjcc t to pen- altics provided in the game code. cry widower. Or a case of not but no- j men. In anything about it, mal could Club " i "« you the rc . except our old alizc."* she says, ''that a young .. . r T-i.._:- r» !...-._-_ TM^i-.TM- t tool out of a man. Underway at Junior High School Thf district grade school Ol CI"V I !*'· V'* I \%U1U1I1 JilH*V^» *» · w- v -- - -- , * «*v- *.···_·» j »**4oi xvho can act J but it takes an old woman to make ; kctb.-ill tournanicnt g ol undci ass K«S!i a KS^'JKsss. "-ftia-a* ^sffis-^ cnumm_iui 3,_ » i ^ M dilemma right i sam cs scheduled for this after. _ . - t ^c T +.+*** V«OT- ---.-.--. «****3 4ti-rt ft\r Lonicni. Todoy 2 p. m.--Wednesday 6 p. m, 12c and 35c EUTHLESS r.o contest t -.· i M*. '» " - Mtcr "hcv rcfi'jcc. to trade I t ' v "A the sc'ic-Jyled :·-. ihc 173pn.::v.l class. In 'ht' ir,." r,r;ii"- T'lK-MJif. dociMorc rLO oMlNGTON, ' University invited high a t/iii' 1 - 1 ^ 1 *. ,, ·· ·=· cn^r leaders from all over ,.^cr state to-the first an- ...... ^. feels hurt down deep when she thinks of the gal who can't find herself a man. " crime. cant una nerseii a man. '«"»»·- "» «·«· ou^^» .;--- ularly a lady with wrinkles. So i touch with our NcHe cncd Jhc tourney at 1:30 P;_ m: ,. J And if vou have any private ideas, 2:45 I the sub'cct you can get in and at 4 p. , . .«i_ '.._ X'/sll/, R Sh» is e*A T?!i she wrote in" on her grecn-lcltcrcd f-4 K4 C ^vv'i^k^'vr / i « ftff*4\v\ ^T^l* % I ft If*i stationery (in green ink) to let Kr. ii^lV'OrSllV V J i U C t *^«s-^-v- »-^--- ^rvuwv^-^ \ ··· o- *,^.. - - . - - , .'i n«Jn Vchool group how to yell the world know that she is organ- i V^r -Ud "et more noise out of lizing a new club, a sort of sub- joiifier «]··»' -.., . ^ ,, ,,-,.-. i _«__.:.«^ n . *t «*.« v.4VAi- fLTin li ; ^ 1 S 1 I V \ ' i . ^.\.. Gene,by earner w»- ssru^ 2ft ^^J! W^j-w s* -B who can keep a secret She says. .conimiltee of the other one. It's called "The Try Again Club," a nlav Rid'nvav. and Mudd^ imeet the winner of the Galatia- iShawneetown game at «:4a. Semi-finals will be played tO- succccd, try,' try again, etc," j tons ol food a year. Hearty Appetites ; scmi-nnais wm w K--^*- -A family of five eats some 8.500 j m0 rrow nisht and the consola., A lamuy w* #--,,'.: ^A ^h^T.-ir^innsh'D llltS Ffl- BCRT IWCASTtR HraECEOSTS CSABiSS EKFSK S*? T. r ^ r fflwa:%«aui ^r?.r,K=.-« =-v=*-* * Fri - day evening. .! LWSPAPLR

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