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50 The Terre Haute Tribune-Star. Sunday, February 20, 1949. AROUND HUT PIN LANES OFFICIAL THREE-I LEAGUE SCHEDULE -1949 After a lively warmup session last high single game. Cowgill. a firit-night- night, the city men's championship ten- er. rolled 599 for high series. Cowgill pin show steps out with a big round at also came up with a *33 for high single Vigo Bowl this afternoon and tonight game but anchor man Cleary saved the when four shifts are scheduled. j day somewhat for the regulars by ro.l- As usual, don’t be surprised if some ing the same score. High averages: of the keglers in the B and C classes Jonnson, 188; Daniels, 188, Rottmann. come up with higher handicap counts 18.5; Lund^trom. 184. tt in some of the better known per- The Isbell Bear Alignment League— formers The Tavern Cocktail Bar is now leading Note to secretaries— Due to the rush the Bob Ash Drug, by one game, with of handling other leagues that roll on Enterprise Market in third place Moss Thursday and Friday, scores of leagues of the Bob Ash Drugi team shot a nice •hot on Monday and Tuesday cannot be 222 game with a nice series of 551. High accepted on Saturday We have been individual games: Moss. 222; Bockhold, getting some scores on Saturday from; lg4. Kimberlin. 182; Martha Reinbolt, leagues that shoot early in the week. 174 and Henderson. 171. High indivtdu- Also, secretaries writing their own notes al wrieg; Mog, 551; Kimberlin. 495 should double space them on the type- Virgil Roberts. 487; Eldridge, 459 and writer. _ _ . . Knight, 456 High team series: Bob League notes — The Coca-Cola Girls Ash Drug,, 2.3G7, The Tavern Cocktail are one gam* m front in the Art Comp- ; R 2.22T7. and Moose No. 2. 2.098 H.gh ton Cleaners League Burr-Mswonger team gam#g: Bob Ash Druglt 827; The is second and Carpenter s Contractors — • — — are third. High games: M. Sheperd. 198, and K Gwinn, 197. High series: P Isbell. 544, and M Sheperd. 542. High team game and total: Burr-Niswonger, 807 and 2.399. High average bowler; P. ISWon\70'Vacuum Oil leads bv two fading Caramel Crisp. Prim Liquid three'Teams are tied for see- starch shot a nice three game total of «i2?f In th* F r Folt? Leacue ' 2 791 on fames of 906. 917 and 968 to ^ thi ton series' trim ,he Hamilton-Harris Prim s total Deae Tool ana Die »not tne top series, . uicv% ♦ «***« 2.757. High single game and series: Ed . * . p* ^ S?,R“in«dr 203 - iESS . 7 ,“ k‘ih Tnd 2 *li‘”ThTlffi.™«?- 2» wS FKchanee held first place in the Serv- J*1* hl*h singleton for the evening Lou ice Club league, two games in front of ^n/>e p££fd Prim .Liquid Sfarc>J Lions, the Jaycees and Kiwanis. High JJth t a «O series on three consistent average bowler Adams. 168 High ** Miy. ,n2 „ ¿ln.r M202‘er> 231: Knipta5Ch> 212* and 203 ! 20!^ Wolfe 202: Feriee. »#: Kruse! TimkoThe Bait King. D of I. and 2“ «3: Tap.«,. *M; Oliverc«214; Ave, Wabash Commission are running one -1 210. Lenne, 226, Kitch, 207, Fenog- two-three in the Coca-Cola K. of C. . - ... ... _ Ladies League. High games: Thompson. Shamrock Grille Ladies Leaguers». >».,«„ 1 « ,nH ri.Kd.rit 154 Hien Powers Cleaners still are two games in front of Cahill's Grocery and Banks Coal Serv^e. Britton and Banks had high series for three games Each shot 420. High single games: Britton, 175; WATERLOO DAVENPÔRT QUINCY SPRINGFIELD Tavern Cocktail Bar, 787 and Power Cleaners, 741 Borden's Pure Milk league—Robert's Tavern of North Terre Haute swept all three games from the Coca-Cola five and gained two games on the league DECATUR DANVILLE TERRE HAUTE EVANSVILLE 1 " ...............AT WATERLOO AT davenport AT QUINCY SPRINGFIELD at DECATUR AT DANVILLE AT TERR* HAUTE AT EVANSVILLE Follow Mav 30-30. 31 June 26*, 27 July 23 Sept. 2. 3, 4* May 21. 22* June 28. 29 July 8. 9 Aug 10. 11. 12 June 6. 7. 8 June 30. July 1. 2 Aug. 26 . 27 . 28- May 8*. 9. 10 July 13, 14 15 Aug 13. 14*. 15 May 11. 12. 13 Julv 10*. 11. 12 Aug 16. 17. 18 April 27, 28 . 29 June 13, 14. 15 July 24*. 25 , 2 « April 24*. 25. 2 « June 10. 11. 12* July 27 . 28 . 29 May 27 . 28 , 29* July 3*. 4-4, 5 the Phil June «. 7, 8 June 30. July 1. 2 Aug 26. 27. 28* May 21, 22* June 28. 29 July 8. 9 Aug. 10. 11. 12 May 11. 12. 13 June 10. 11. 12* July 24*. 25 , 28 May 8*. 9. 10 June 13. 14. 15 July 27 . 28. 29 April 24*. 25. 28 July 10*. 11. 12 Aug 16, 17. 18 April 27 . 28 . 29 July 13. 14. 19 Aug 13. 14*. 15 June 2. 3, 4. 5* July 6. 7 Aue 30 31. Sept. 1 May 24. 25. 26 June 23, 24. 25 Aug 6. 7* 8 Daily May 7 May 27 . 28 29* July 3*. 4-4. 5 July 30 April 27. 28. 29 July 10*. 11, 12 Aug. 16, 17. 18 April 24* 25. 26 July 13, 14. 15 Aug. 13, 14* 15 May 8*. 9. 10 June 10. 11. 12* July 27. 28. 29 May 11. 12 13 June 13. 14. 15 July 24*. 25. 26 Mav 24. 25. 26 June 23. 24, 25 Aug 7* 8 9 June 2, 3, 4, 5* July «. 7 Aug 30. 31. Sept. 1 Mav 30-30. 31 June 26*. 27 Sept. 3. 4*. 5-5 on April 24*. 25 . 26 June 13. 14, 15 July 27. 28. 29 April 27. 28. 29 June 10. 11, 12* July 24*. 25. 26 May U, 12. 13 July 13. 14. 15 Aug 13. 14*. 15 May 8. 9. 10 July !«, 17*. 18 Aug. 16. 17. 18 May 15*. 1«, 17 June 17, 18, 19* An« 23 24 25 May 18. 10. 20 June 20 . 21. 22 Aug. 30. 31*. 22 May 4. 5, 6 July 17*. 18. 10 July 31*. Aug 1. 2 May 1*. 2. 3 July 20. 21. 22 Aug 3, 4. 5 the June 3, 4, 5*. 27 July 8. 9, 16 Sept. 5-5 May 25. 26 27 July 1, 2. 3* Aug 30, 31. Sept 1 May 29*. 30-30 June 28, 29. 30 Aug 7\ 8. 9 May 4. 5. 6 July 20. 21. 22 Tulv 11* Aug 1. 2 Mav 1*. 2. 3 July 17*. 18. 1» Aug. 3. 4, 3 May 15*. 16. 17 June 20 , 21. 22 Aug 23. 24. 2» May 18. 19. 20 June 17, 18. 19* Aug. 19. 20. 21* May 21 June 6, 7, 8 July 6. 7 Sept 2. 3. 4* Tribune-Star May 29*. 30-30 June 28. 29. 30 Aug 7*. 8. 9 May 25, 26 27 July 1. 2. 3* Aug 30. 31, Sept. 1 May 18. 19. 30 July 17», 18. 19 Antf 70 31* 22 May 15% 18. 17 July 20, 21. 22 Aug 23. 24. 25 May 1*. 2. 3 June 17. 18, 19* Aug 3. 4. 5 May 4. 5. 6 June 16. 21. 22 July 31*. Aug 1. 2 May 31. June 1. 2 June 24. 25. 28* Aug 10, 11, 12 May 22*. 23. 24 July 4-4, 5 Aug 27 . 28*. 29 Sports May 28 June 6, 7, 8 July 6. 7 Sept 2. 3, 4* May 1*. 2, 3 June 20. 21. 22 Aue 3. 4, 5 Mav 4. 5. 6 June 17, 18. 19* July 31*. Aug 1, 2 May 18. 19. 20 July 20. 21. 22 Attg 20. 21*. 22 Mav 15*. 16, 17 July 10*. 11. 12 Aug. 23, 24. 25 May 22*. 23. 24 July 4-4. 5 Aug. 27, 28*. 29 May 31. June 1. 2 June 24. 25, 2«* Aug 10. 11, 12 June 3. 4. 5*. 27 July 8. 9 July 23 Sept. 5-5 Pages ards. 152-156-139; Low«. 177-182-134; Lehmann. 192-175-187. Cuvelter. 183-136-193. Hdp. 16 Totals. 888-852-856 Royals—J. Albright, 189-184-143; Samuels. 119-151-146; R Turner. 191-159-178; Sutherland. 130-136-1». M Turner. 134167 148 Total*. 743-797-754 Fellowship Costello. 143-111-173: Bedwell. 133-136-148; Voit. 127-112-125; Zuko- kas. 163-119-149. Hanna. 165-163-137. ! Hdp , S. TeUis, 736-646-755 Pilgrim ?—Huber. 112-174-169; Mount. , 182-142-143; Wood. 169-131-147; Reichrath, 160-117-163, Jeffer. 142-171-183. Totals. 761-740-805 Special»—Bellinger 136-132-154; Perigo, 131-160-’44; Ferry. 143-180-149. Grieder. 144-130-130; Laurtnat. 110-166-134. Hdp , j 37 Totals. 701-800-748. { Hot Shota Miller. 130-151-158; Zeabart, 175-138-161; Yochum. 148-109-187; Cornett, 182-170-151; Jones. 162-167-14«. Totals. 826-795-785. Boosters - -Bennett. 175-180 149; Boone. 135-154-155; Davis, 163-95-143; Hirsch. ,132-124-132; Dennnn, 166-147-184. Hdp, 69 Totals, 842-760-832 163; Duffy. 156, and Debeck. 154. Hign series: Duffy. 438. and Thompson, 391. High average bowler: Hunter and Hanrahan. each 140. High team total; D. °fStiiie?6Furs hold first place in the I SUPP. I«*; Banks, 163; Albright. 161. McMillan Athletic Goods League, with Frozen Foods. Inc., League—The big Eastern Motor., Don-A].Country. Club «-» of the wjek. .nd II r«I£ iit hj*. and Hulman and Co.. all in a U» for second. High bowlers: Groves. 224; Giffel. 188. and Eldridge. 184. High series: Eldridge. 518; Shadley. 513. and L-pos-e. 505. High averages: Loose, 157. and Eldridge. 154. High teams: Steiger Furs. 2 237, and Advance Electric. 2.233. Eagles No. 5 held first place m the Fraternal Order Eagles Aerie No. 291 League. P* Oard had a 543 series, including a 20« game. Other games: Stoltz, 203. and J. Smith. 190. High team game: Eagles No 5. R16. Eagles’ bowlers and their friends are looking forward to their stag party on Feb. 26. Golden Pheasant and Jane Hall-Steiger are tied for first place in the Deming Building League. In„the fi.rinE Wednesday night, Wargarpt Truitt nicked up the 7-6-10 split. H gh team series Vane Hall-Steiger. 2.200. and Levinson s. 2.149. High team Levinson’s. 788. and Jane Hall-Steiger pen at the Vigo Bowl last Wednesday night For a 12-team league «handicap) it is big news. Here is the list of bowlers who shot 200 or over; Shestack, 232: Lane. 222: Gullifor. 215; Corpa, 214 200: Banks, 214-201: Henderson. 213; Soaulding. 212: Clark. 205: McDonnel. 202: Ward. 201; Seprodi. 200; Fitzsimmons, 200. Corpa shot a 604 series Well what do you think of that? Watch out for the city champs. D-X Notes—Joe Sterger. the “Old Trails Kid" and John Lehman, both captains of their respective teams, namely, Moosehaven and Mooseheart, Thursday night with 554 each. Oddlv enough. neither had a 200 game “Up and Down’’ Orman came in right behind the two top boys with 552. A nice single game of 220 helped him along. It led the league, followed by “Shoe Polish” Maggert. who had a 215. Another nice series, also without a 200 game in the set, was shot by “Dead len Plumbers Steiger Furs posted the highest single game, 945. to take two games from the Anchor Furniture. Bruno ran wild again for the Anchor boys, shooting 646, but didn’t have much help Coplan was high for Steiger Furs with 589 topped by a nice game of 246 Rozgonyi Tavern tied up the Anchor Furniture for second place by sweeping their series from Harry's Radio Service. Still leading the league is Pfrank Plumbers, who increased their margin with two wins over Corner Furniture m * • BOWLING llolsum Bakery Bawling Lrarue. (Vigo Bowl.) * Dahl Motors—Farr, 143-167-173; Pine. 140 127-176: Shelton. 135-147-194; Ellings- wortn, 143-114-131; Wlddine. 177-179-150- Totals, 818-814-904. Handicap, 80. - witn two wins over turner f unumre i Hillman Jewelers B. Ash, 138-155-147; j Two-hundred games were plentiful with Kendall. 146-179-138; R Ash. 164-192-134. mi\af a# the Knva An th» htf»irrv Rruno. n...~ A OIO 1 Off 1 *7G Fi ft r n, 154~i73-160 780. High’individual series: M. Sheperd 4R51 BHighVgames:4°M. ®Shepard. *187; L Arm” Glen Moody, who had 545. The 465. Hig g - - 1 -To Legion of the Moo-e shot a high 949 actual pin game. Mooseheart also shot a 2,551 team actual, which is high for the league. Russ Turner helped his brother's team ). High individual series «■». 1; B. Giovanini. 489. and L. Utterback. w.>. High games: M. Shepard. 187; L. Utterback, 180, and B Giovanini, 179. High average bowlers: L. Utterback, 161, and N. Beatty. 159. In the Sterling Beer Ladies League, the Clabber Girls stayed on top, followed by Coca-Cola and D. M. Cleaners grab two games from the Fellowship Hieh single game: Holsum Bakery. 8 j 4 quintet. Joe. John. George. Harry and High series; Coca-Cola. 2.379 High in- Bill are still dropping dividual games: Helen Reynold?, *16. Art Compton Cleaners League (Vigo Konrad. Sr.. 192, and Lunsford, 192- Bowl*—It was a rough night on the High individual totals: Terhorst. 52J. j ¡eaders in the league Phillips “66" won Sweeney, 528: Lunsford. 504; Konrad, 1 two games from the leaders. Art Comp- Sr.. 499. and Reynolds. 492. Bee Steppe ton Ray Short was the big gun for picked up the 6-7 split, while Anna S 11 - 4be oilers with 587. Rust Bros, won two cock clicked on the 5-8-10. High av«r- 1 games from Roberts Tavern. Walter ages: Terhorst, 170; Isbell, 164; Konrad. j Gregg getting 606. with a hig 254 start. Sr , 163, and Sweeney, 161. This was high single game for the night. Martin's Photo has a one game ‘e*a Chesty Chips knocked off Clean Towel in the Elks’ Ladies League, followed ny service for two games. Deb Rogers Wabash Commission and Maurers D-X was tbe star for tbe potato chips boys. Oils. High single game, total and award wjfb a 5^2 reries. Chesty Chips also came: L. Alexander, 201 and 533. Hign rone<i the high team series for the eve- team game and total: Wabash Commu- njng with a count of 2,781. Jimmie sion. 803 and 2,223. High averages: L. Nasser’s Tavern took care of Dixie Mar- Alexander, 158, and E. Scofield. lj7- garine for two games. Lefty Fisher Zorah Shrine Strikes and Spares —The was on the ball with a series of 644. first place Patrol eked out a single win This was the high individual total for from the last place Drummer Boys to (the night Two hundred games: Short, hang on by a single game. The second 201-205; Kruse. 203; Truitt, 207; Leeth, place Oasis did likewise by virtue of a 207 Gregg .254 < 606'; Olivero, 200: Wet- one game from the Hot Sands, to drop night, 220-204; Rogers. 204; Lenne. 216- into a three-way tie for the number 231 i623»: Hoffman. 224: Winney, 212; two spot. The Desert Wind moved to a f Daniels. 220: Wilson. 224; Ave. 205; Ben- double win over the Oriental Band, giv- neti 210-201; Ehlers, 200; Toy. 210; ing them a tie for second place. The Grime3. 200-203: W. Jensen. 220; Fisher. Egyptian Room made a clean sweep of 225-234 <644); Metz. 210; Kitch, 217. their set with the Camels to also lay Art Compton Cleaners- Seven teams claim for a second place tie. The Lad- j are tied for first spot at the beginning der of Smiles annexed a double win Qf the second half of the schedule. Hill- from the Persian Room to drop them i man*s Jewelers, Grapette. United Elec- into third place. Two-hundred games; tric> Blue Ribbon Coals. Terre Haute Rav Short 204; Wm. Utterback, 201; Monument Co. Moore-Langen Printers- Peters. 210; C Hutchinson, 215; Apple- and Allen Sc Steen. High »ingle games: gate 204 Carter. 222; Moss, 211; R. Tavlor. 204. Roger’s Diamond Classic League— High three games: Carter. 528: Kirts, Templeton-Matthews let down the bars 520; R. Short. 519: Sparks 504; Moss, ■ a little and lost a couple games to 503 . Grapette rolled the high team Roger’s Jewelers but second place Coca- game. 835. HillmarUs Jewelers rolled | Cola couldn’t take advantage of their i the high series, 2.-88- Art Compton let-down and lost three to Sycamore Cleaners’ prize for high »core goe* to Annex. The T-M boys are on top by - * * ----------five games. Rogers Jewelers took high series honors with 2.733 nosing out ------- . - _ , .___________________________ Sycamore Annex by seven pins, but the finally turned the trick of' n 8 latter beat ’em out with a 946 game for three games in one night, beating Al­ most of the boys on the beam. Bruno, 235-211; H. Rice. 221; Streacker. 229; W. Jone*. 220. Bader. 213; Kendall. 210; Fallowfield, 208; Staton. 205; Storer. 205; D. Hayward. 204; Henderson. 202; Mathews. 202; Zeabart. 202. and Glosser. 200. Simplex Shoe Repair leads the Coca- Cola Ladies’ Classic League with l^evin- son's and The Town House tied for second. The Town House rolled high team game and series with 836 and 2.388. High single games rolled were 209 by Dot Lunsford; Aliee Stateler and Alice Underhill, each with 198. High series: Dot Lunsford. 549; Alice Underhill, 540: Alice Stateler. 533. High average bowler: Frieda Terhorst. 157. Moore Plumbers. Phelps Mfg. Co. and National Shoe Repair all are tied for the lead in the Levinson’s ladies' league. Moore Plumbers and National Shoe Repair are tied for high team game with 782. Bon Ton Foods rolled high series, 2,203. High single game was rolled by Pearl Isbell, 220. Isbell also rolled high series, 527. High average bowler. Pearl Isbell. 168. The Saratoga and Dresser Equipment are tied for the lead in the Trierweiler Ladies’ League. Don Domer's Radio Service rolled high team game and series, 783 and 2,197. Mary Konrad led the individual scoring, 207 and 528 High average bowlers: Pearl Isbell, 161, and Dot Rust, 161. Chesty Foods holds first place in the Ranes-O’Daniel League, with Cardoba Paints second. McKee-Rodgers rolled high team game and series with 865 and 2.440. Herman Smith racked up a row of strikes for a neat 259 game for high game honors. Other 200 games included 213 by C. Jacobs; H. Howerton with 209 J. Peel. 209; J Trimble. 201. High series: H. Smith. 595; C. Jacobs. 578; J. S Trimble. 540 High average bowler: Gus Theodore, 172. The Pirates continue to hold first place in the F. O. Eagles Girls High School League, with The Chicks second The Bob-Cats hold third place. The Chicks rolled high team game with an 805 game. The Pirates rolled high series with 2,285. High single games were rolled bv Eleanor Cox. 165; followed by Lydia Krider, 151; Donna Clem. 144; Dottie Lou Miller. 138; Sharon Isbell. 131. and Norma File, 136. Hifh series: Bruno. 212-187-179, Totals. 814-888-758 Coca-Cola Bottlers P. Kelley. 164-133129 Daniel. 97-162-126; Downing, 1011.32-102; Dean. 152-144-168; Underwood, 121-171 177. Totals, 635-742-702 Terre Haute Savings Bank—Cullen, 119-142-137; Borders, 115-138-117; Mansholt. 158-118-^44; Finnerty. 142-148-131; L. Hamilton. 185-147-146. Handicap. 26. Totais 745-719-701. j . F. W. Johnson Co—Morgan, 185-194221 Weaver. 173-156-171; Gates, 158-171214; Moss. 187-178-159; Kimberlin, 152185-186. Totals, 855-884-951. Holsum Bakery — Beck, 176-198-155; Thtede 183-156-144: Henderson, 158-193165; Bader. 164-189-156; Loose, 155-245172 Handicap, 23. Totals, 859-1004-815. National Tailors—Pointer, 154-178-136; Coffin, 186-154-160; Baker, 168-188-186; Trout, 183-162-180; Staley. 154-142-155. Handicap, 2. Totals, 847-826-819 Hotel Deming—Barker, 166-96-158: Reeves, 161-157-131; Hughes. 187-144-146; Waterman, 179-131-107; Kruzan, 170-264195 Totals, 863-792-737. Fischer Auto Store No. 1—J. Silcock, 155-181-128; Michl, 159-177-170; Burton. 133-175-136; Archie, 159-164-202: Goelz, 134-172-161 Handicap, 32. Totals, 772901-829 Art Compton Cleaner»—Compton, 131144-178; Sargent, 158-137-178; Suttie, 133169-172; Hartsock, 126-137-183; Wood, 158-181-157. Totals, 766-768-868. Freitag-Weinhardt, Inc.—Fears, I™*}®’* 177; Kantman. 132-135-119; Sims 147-151122- Hays, 148-142-197; Light, 142-149-132. Handicap, 72. Totals, 816-833-819^ Golden Pheasant—J. Kelley, 189-163202; Williams. 170-165-168; G. Poindexter, 142-134-133; Alexander, 154-2r?9-177: ^Poindexter. 168-158-165. Totals, 823-859845. Snyder, 150-167-121: Smith. 1*4-136-144, Bays. 142-164 160 Hdp , 23-23-44. Totals. 731 739-739 Don Price Grocery—Jacobs, 179-178162; Price. 161-170-114; Harris, 142-111-1 ; 121; Williams. 128-174-168; Hulen, 148 I 168-178. Totals. 758-801-743. Smith and Decker Armstrong, 175- - -172-151; F.tchison, 116-134-120; Miller. 124 Totals. 673-756-753 161-132; Hall. 156 165-163; Lash. 170-127- n~J ------* 160 Hdp , 8. Totals. 749-767-734 Gibson Co —Jacobs, 179-186-213; Lyon. 144-135-198; Harrington. 97-105-113; Sweet. 146-117-144. Ackworth, 177-176142. Totals. 743-719 810 Jr , 156-136-191: Kimmel, 139-153-177. Total». 688 697-809. Lion»- Deeds, 120-154-170: Flicek, Sr.. 123-142-110; Joe Smith, 132-128-108. Garmong, 141-147-164; Lobb, 147-182-133. Handicap. 90. TotaL. 753-843-775. Mustang»—Crawford. 142-127-111: Bennett, 158-134-160; Ferguson. 153-147-155; Owen. 206-140-172; Mascari, 186-136-128. Totals. 845-693-726 Rams—Austin, 132-114-159: .Koos, 143143-143; Albin, 136-161-158; Johnson. 137178-138; Davis. 95-130-125. Handicap, 30- Badger*—Campbell. 119-170-157; Bain, 149-106-99; Dowell. 144-153-112; Pheglty, 154-185-156; Carroll, 137-163-122. Total», 703-779-646. Buffa.oes—Dunning. 137-138-133; But­ rins. 113-110-127; Keith. 161-147-153; Shepard. 198-187-157; Leeth. 171-141-178; Kottmann. 149 124-145, Meyer, 124-181147 Totals. «01-791-807. Stonies Bar-B-Que Lutes. 134-113-132; Boling, 137-126-134; Stoneburner, 119-132157; Eyler, 136-106-14«. Williams, 135-145178, Totals. 6« 1 627-797. Coca-Cola »—M Stout, 125-156-182: P Bartenbach, 155-133-161; R Nees, 144-149124; M South. 166-169-149 M Nichols, 139-162-108 Totals, 729-769-724. Senter s Motor*- M Baysinger, 145-138120: J. Sudbrink. 156-145-166; D Ditzenberger. 158-136-124. B Paddock, 179-16114«, M. Story. 124-174-119. Totals, 762754 675. Rosenbergers -J. Steward, 85-153-124; B. Giovanini. 161-35-161; M L Penton, F. C. F«l»s Lratee, Uptown Tire— Bosworth. 122-136-131; Walser. 176-144-188 Wind. 148-148-14«; Sharp. 159-142-177; Dusthimer, 116-160 139 Totals. 721-730-793 I Rustic Cafe Kendall. 14«-177-144. Stil well. 104-139-156; M\ers, 111-192-161; H. Bi’/eg-.so. 157-162-141; Runnels. 188-152159. Hdp, 4 Totals. 712-846-765 Jones-Garrett Roofing—Morris. 151! 155-1«6; Richards. 162-167-144; Lehmann. ¡166-152-162. Godden. 156-139-135; Orman. 12« t«0-170. Totals. 755-803-777. 1 Paitson Bros, Hdw —Long, 172-133-200, Reisinger. 149-203-158; Schmidt. 158-164197. Ethington. 178-206-153: Ison. 170-142133. Hdp . 1 Totals. «28-851-847 Soconv Vacuum Oil Co.—Kitch. 158144 - 180 ; Hert. 189-169-179: Wells. 108-147174; Bilyeu. 147-174-186; Hoffer. 164-129165 Totals. 838-763-884 Gwin Bros - W Gwin. Goss. 119-138-122; Chervenko, Szabo. 159 158-160 J. Gwin. Hdp . 15 Totals. 800-776-618. Dede Tool A Die— Dede. Fogel. 151-173-185: Vaught. 189-161-201; 148-132-165. 170-172-155 172-228-216; 182-175*191; Cox, 183-167-168; Kellar 189-178-217. Totals. 837-323-977, Art Compton Cleaner*—Moody, 178178-185; Zeabwrt. 132-148-184; Lowe. 110171-183; Maggart. 167-191-172; Montgomery, 184-145-164. Hdp., 8. Totals, 839-841876 F. C. Foltz Co.—Miller, 131-155-142; 190-179-126, E. Steward.’ 127-129 150; F blind. 120-120-120: Engles. 130-127-146 Cordoba ’ Pamt-Huffman. 120-140 180; Sander 147-15H-164; Trutlon, 143-171-164 Thorlton, 143-143 160; St John. 114-123- Totals. 701-724-743 157; Zurcher. 143-150-159; Braun. 133184-160. Hdp. 19 Totals, 678-761-835 Josepn's Men’s Store—Huey, 80-106-134; Hamilton. 99-101-99; Fox, 119-113-K6; Judd, 127-180-169; Morris. 101-126-148 Hdp., 98. Totals. 624-724-736. Chesty Foods-Langford. 146-150-143. Cork. 125-158-181; Howerton. 114-209-143. Schmidt. 163-178 167; Glosser, 155-160127. Totals, 703-855-76« Bears- Dilks. 118-132-159; H Smith, 153-150-155; D Scott. 142-119-113. McClain«, 124-177-152: Elwood. 165-143-147. Handicap, 10. Totals, 712-731-736. Matthews, 139-166-141 Totals, 702-762702 Moose Girls — Naugle. 101-150-160: Strange, 107-98 115; Holub. 110-140-124 Armstrong, 132-134-139; Gwin, 136-197163. Totals. 638-719-703. 98-142-134; 178-167-186. Elks Mace Service League. Graham Grain—Jett. 162-184-190; Ut ter 124-134-162: Lewis. Kovach, 205-176-158; Stout. Totals. 767-803-830. Mace Service — Mace. 157-147-164. Parks. 137-146-174; Sackrider. 132-191206; Blocksom, 150-157-176; „l98‘ 171-207. Hdp , 12. Totals, 786-824-03» Hyde Park Beer—Kline. 187-162-187; Lydia Krider. 370; Eleanor Cox. 376; j Patton, 121-100-145; White. }28*}35- J04; Beverly Watson. 356 High averages: > Pfeifer, 127-134-91. ®a^-_1*48 151 1 Lydia Krider, 123: Jeri Ann Pigg, 112. Hdp . 18 Totals. . 1Q7 Dottie Miller, 111; Joann Wilson. 107; Highland ?lck®* . jJ25-,1?! ffi ' Donna Clem. 106: LaDonna Etchison, Bradbury, 163-12o-97; Krider. 152-1U- 151; blind. 140-140-140; Buckner. 167-169219. Totals. 747-747-764. Dodson's Garage—William». 159-180- Carter of Moore-Langen Printers. Krietenstein Glass and Paint league— ischer Store«, led b> Mathew’s 571. Fi **te® *t” 1* * cCO*f* ..f m - . C%X M#n»rc" '\\\ ** .be a t+C L* V°C tot tv»1 tb*' I» ib** JkMm, CLft— ATHLETIC GOODS CO.. Inc. 8TH AND WABASH AVE. 105, and Sharon Isbell, 103. Sacred Heart No. 1 holds the lead in the F. O. Eagles Girls Grade School League, with Isbell’s Bears second. The Glearners rolled high team game and series. 726 and 1.437 (2 games). High single games; Rena Carosi, 121-101; Sharon Byrne. 110; Sharon Isbell, 108; Mary Peperak. 104; Janice Craig, 104. High two-game «eries: Rena Carosi, 222. Sharon Isbell, 206; Frances Peperak. 197 High average bowlers: Rena Carosi. 109; Sharon Isbell, 103. and Mary Peperak, 103 Schmide Jewelers Gems- The U. S. Prison Squad increased their lead to four games this week by sweeping their series with the D-X Oilers. Smith-Alsop took two from Sweet's Barbers and Bouillez Donut* topped Motor Spring Service by the same margin to roll into a second place tie with the Barbers. In the remaining contests, Terre Haute Heavy Hardware and Terre Haute Paper decisioned Gillis Drugs and Ten Pin Southpaws. The top individual series were shot by Andree, 626: W’hittlesy, 596 and G. McClure. 592, while McClure captured high singleton honors with 244. Terre Haute Paper captured the high game prize with 942. Double century counts fell to Andree. 202 and 234; Branson, 206; Pease. 210; McClure. 244; Lutz. 204; Steward. 200, and Whittlesy, 200 and 213. Viquetney Stationer* League. (House of Ten Pins.» Town House — McCarty, 179-154-189; I Combs. 169-142-228; Wefler. 200-191-177; Robinson. 164-195-201: Burkhardt, 191204-238. Totals, 903-886-1033. Central Federal Savings Sc Loan A-<»n. --Toner. 179-142-156; Artz. 139-154-200; Campbell. 143-190-140; Du Long. 171-133135; Piepenbrink. 214-151-191. Handicap, 69 Totals. 915-839-893. Moore's Auto Exchange— Battershell, 113-122 163: Lutz. 222 200-150; Liffick. 158173-183. Winney. 170-167-157; Daniels, 183-118-154. Totals. 846-780-808. Packard—Boling. 139-198-144; Jewell. 154-147-134; Shields. 112-127-136; Campbell. 182-160-147; Feller. 165-147-175. Handicap. 53. Totals, 805-B39-789 Valentine Co.—L Johnson. 149-187-149; McKenzie. 167-164-164; G. Johnson. 231140-132; Shaffer. 125-135-158; Palmer. 138146-118 Handicap. 3. Totals, 813-775-724. Filbeck Tavern-Wesley. 156-153-131; Tate. 143-156-137; Terkosky. 136-133-129; Giglio. 154-119-143; Underhill. 158-162149 Totals, 747-723-689 Swiss Cleaner»—E. Hinds. 146-169-187; A Hart, 147-128-139; C. Van Antwerp. 139-142-170: MacDonald. 155-182-170; J. Pheglev, 184-190-185. Totals. 791-811-851. Motor Freight Mac Kibben. 100-152- i 121. La Brun, 173-169-165; Briley. 156183-162. Klee. 135-134-103; De Long. 184159-167 Handicap, 49. Totals, 797-846767 Harmas Cocktail Lounge—Koll, 150188-156; Howlett, 127-134-154; Jake, 157169-175; Jewell. 194-187-166: Perkin». 211209-178. Totals. 848-887-829. B-A Electric—J. Deheck , 151-184-123; A. Armacost. 139-145-13«; H. McDaniel, 132-118-131; F. Armacost. 158-148-161; C. Eisman. 157-115-135. Handicap. 36. Totals. 773-746-725. Rote Poly Engineers League. (Shamrock Lanes. Sigma Nu—Skelley, 127-123-111: Slag- lev. 127-150-142; Miller. 102-136-139; Marshall. 96-129-124; Atherton. 118-173150 Handicap, 241. Totals. 811-952-907. Sackhound* — McLaughlin, 126-101-99; Laxen. 145-126-114: Hief. 93-169-116; Olmsted. 179-155-156; blind. 125-12.3-125. Handicap. 107 Totals, 775-783-717. Nightmares — Greminger. 156-144-113; Huntington. 125-90-107; Secgers, 124-123128; Sh«w, 112-119-118; Gorman, 138-13790. Handicap. 146. Total*. 801 -759-702 Low Frequency Five-Stambaugh. 137149-158; Fess. 109 117-146: Smock. 149157-160, Phillips. 110-115-122. Hills. 110113-152. Handicap. 224. Totals, *39-875962 American Legion League. (Vigo Bowl.) Lieutenants. Post 40 Brill, 141-136-153. Clifton. 158-130-112; Bob Wen ce. 131-138- J?9'I30*1 ... „ ... ... ... . ... IVLUV MrK hh*n IMI. 1 <14.131 ' Vi Thompson. 152-163-1U: Wautelet. 167170-154. Hdp., 63. Totals, 763-818-756. Old Trails Gift Shop- Rushworth. 146135-188; J M Stergar. 150-114-214: Naugle. 125-179-145; Smi*h. 198-137-149; Joe Stergar. 190-187-168 Totals. 809-754-862. Maumee Collierie*—Boling. 178-134131: Smith, 134-122-126: Weddle. 185-155169; P. Taylor. 155-170-183; V. Taylor, 163-157-174 Totals. 817-738 763. Motor Freight Corp.—Adams. 182-123134- 165. Barnett. 130-143-13«; Jerry Wence. 198-104-157. Totals. 758-651-725. Sergeant*. Post 46-Prewitt. 136-148129 Sanford. 147-U0-124; Glosser. 191160 200 Lakin. 135-165-181; Carson. 1451««-196 Handicap. 20 Totals. 774-769850 Captains. Post 104— Persinger, 142-156105; Lavely. 161-178-135; Knust. 198-18.5184; Hanley. 150-167-178; Trimble, 169149 199 Totals. 820-835-801. Generals. Post 46- Kurkewich. 186-137178; R Smith. 136-153-138: Stinson, 113138-117; Waggoner. 128-135-178; Mathews, 175-173-158. Handicap. 18. Totals, 721754-787. Sailors. Post 346—Price. 172-137-104; __________ Austin. 103-155 1 44; Bilyou. 92-136-135; _ , „ .... ....... Murphy. 145-126-153; Hayward. 202 186- Demlng Building League. 192 Handicap 37 Totals. 751-777-765 Golden Pheasant -N. Joseph, 146-143- Engineers, Post 346—Richard. 133-141113; P. Hughes. 158-136-146; B. Toney. 12g: Turner. 148-156 15«; O’Neal. 170-153150-97-119; E. Hayes. 105-140-136; M. 193 . Beasley. 146-175-168; Croaley, 178- Shepard. 187-156-161. Totals. 746-666-675. . 167.171 Totals. 775-792-817. Levinson*—Worick, 156-116-113; Wood- 187; Dodson. Sr . 109-103-151; Richard•on, 144-179-150: Dodson, Jr.. 163-150-179; Storz. 160-150-149. TotaU. 1«. Telephone Co.—Modesitt, Kwasinskv, 102-137-108; Hise. 151-194135. Berry. 204-132-143; McAtee. 204148-194. Hdp.. 2. Totals. 832-729-728. Ranes-O'Daniel-Old*. League (Vigo Bowl.) The Spot—Gammon. 173-159-165: Peck, 159-160-144; Markee, 112-134-131; Nichols. 150-134-187; Jones, 123-165-167. Totals, 726-752-794. * . McKee-Rodgers. Inc.—McClain. 149194-165; Scott. 121-155-94; Thompson, 162150-189; Bartl, 164-149-136; Trimble. 201193-146 Hdp , 24. Totals, 821-865-754. Shell Oil Co.—Benson. 127-149-167; Frew. 153-186-145: G. Myers, 148-138-12«; D. Myer 3 , 162-159-122; Norris, 135-179157. Hdp , 21 Totals. 746-832-738. Ohio Oil Co.—Cupp, 166-132-148; Peel, 1 132-209 132; Blackburn. 137-121-113; Ramsey. 141-147-153; Smith, 181-155-259. Totals, 757-764-805 Nesbitts Orange -Winniski. 174-130-13«; Chervenko. 170-156-148: Ferency, 130-103149; Willard. 122-91-138; Szabo. 177-134144 Totals. 773-614-715. Fischers General Tire—Blind. 129-129. Kimmerer, 131. Compton. 134-120-139; Terre Haute Management Club League. (Shamrock Lane*) Panthers—Konrad. 145-151-123; Waggoner 147-124-135; Simpson. 114-121-151; Wortz. 134-151-122; Burdick. 180-128-171. Totals. 720-675-702 Tigers—Kretschmar, 123-115-1'41; Zody, 100-128-161; Davidson. 121-147-143; Beverage 108-103-137; Sabla. 139-146-120. Handicap, 33. Totals. 626-672-755. Wolves—Susman, 148-159-165: Boroughs, ( 147-120-140: Monroe. 115-167-124; Tonry. t 136-154-185: Sterger. 160-204-168. Handi-. cap. 11. Totals. 717-815-793. Wildcats—McNaught. 133-129-167; New-j ell. 129-115-159. Cri»s, 132-164-115; flicek, j ard 118-88-104; Povelites, 137-131-114; Hutchenson. 163-128-112; Richards, 147162-159- Hdp . 67 Totals. 788-692-669 Phi Beta Psi—Brannan. 142-112-106; Cooper, 104-91-111; Morris. 104-121-121; Truitt, 131-120-123: Hotkett. 130-108-111. Hdp., 75 Totals, 636-627-647. Jan® Hall-Steiger’*.—Parkhurst, 126159-138; Vickers. 135-141-136; Schmidt. 123-156-146; Beuity. 160-144-181: Utter- bafck. 137-180-168 Totals, 681-780-739 Wooiworths No. 1—R. Woerner. 124121-127; J. Stoneking. 114-97-155: V. Sapp. 130-160-158. R Rushford, 95-103144; E. Gemmecke. 94-123-170. Totals, 557-604-754. . ... Viskingitea—D. Chenhall. 136-94-111; G Slusser, 95-113-123; P. Perkins. 100115-112; A. Hullman, 89-135-113; R. M. Brannan. 104-147-140 Hdp., 4. Total», 528-608-608. Wool worth's No. 2—J. Wed el, 134-116100; H. Killman, 115-94-107; B McKay. 131-81-98: M. Patterson. 78-78-99: S. Bircnfield. 112-113-89. Hdp., 57-75-75. Totals. 628-557-568 Gremlins—B Giovanini. 145-179-165: K Steele. 09-132-126: L. Hoctor. 146-11394; P Hoskins. 109-136-117: B Jones, 141129-127. Totals. 640-689-629 Submarines. Post 346 Stephens. 130169-137; Porter. 121-125-125. Chavis, 137121-244; Daugherty. 136-170-160: Gallagher. 191-181-165. Totals, 715-766-831. Air Corps. Post 104- Pulliam, Sr., 104116-128; Williams. 174-161-154; Clme. 146130-156; blind, 110-110-110; Buckingman. 190-145-144. Handicap, 38. Totals, 762700-730 Colonels. Post 104- Watson. 113-122-129; Peebles 105-124-93; C. Smith, 109-149-113; Plew. 148-149-130; W. Smith, 146-133-144. Handicap. 20. Totals 641-697-629. Majors, Post 184—Lunay, 185-180-147; Mitchell. 118-179-109; James, 139-167-146; Oprisu, 162-131-116; Copra, 195-195-178. Totals. 799-852-806. Admirals, Post 104— Huber. 132-174163; H. Boyll. 161-148-100; Heckelsburg. 162-134-168; li Boyll, 156-154-199: Biewend, 144-188-172. Handicap. 11. Totals. 766-809-903. Privates. Post 40—Theodore. 150-213175; B. Hart. 129-181-113: I* Hart. Jr., 126-134-130; J. Hart. 149-97-103; 1* Hart, Sr . 168-167-210. Totals. 722-792-731. 138-125: McKibben. 168-144-131 Martin. 174-151-170 Hdp . 32. Totals, 879-716-755 The YUklng Corpora»!**« League. (Shamrock Lanes) Office—Boatman. 93-109 112: Midd>*wart, 152-127-187; Truelock. 149-153-131; Holt, 140-119-110, Reese. 163-156-131 Handicap. 278 Totals. 973-929-947 Engineers—Potter. 154-169-185: Blackmore. 130-178-133: Perce. 148-145-180. Carlson, 137-99-112; Sftch, 145-172-130. Handicap. 256 Totals. 970-1019-992 Maint Craftsmen—Ferguson. 98-118-13«; Will*. 117-143-112; Ward. 124-146-121; Stark. 188-154-117; Pease. 169-113-173. Handicap. 218. Totals, 912-890-875. Hooters Frrmt. 138-111-12«; Conelr. 146-105-131; Peak, 171-142-150- 483; Darbutt. 108-106-114; Creekbaum. 117-170- I 14*1 Handicap. 259 Totals. 937-923-929 Spooks Jones. 143-131-118; Stem, III- 145-124; Howard. 117-158-203; Foltz. 177141-20«; Shestack, 159-122-198. Handicap. 219 Totals. 926-918-1068 Proc-Bras»- Hillman. 199-112-135: Hull. 143-136-120: Molitor, 138-126-119; McCammon. 111-159-170; Straughan. 108-124-128. Handicap. 234. Totals. 934-891-904. Loyal Order of Moose. Moosehaven—Jno. Stergar. 165-156-146; .Goss. 144-175-129. Ennen. 149-157-143; ---------------------------- Naugle. 103-183-171; Joe Stergar. 186-177- Art Compton Cleaner* League. , 191 . Hdp., 10. Total.. 757-858-790 *• *■ n r»mnh»l! 190 - 1 '*8- LOOM No. 1009—Lovell. 123-144-130; Ilf Thomson 134-1M-Gff^Lmid’valh 99- B^ll. 131-141-159; Days. 144-128 130; God- 1371171; Fisher. 158-165-134; Isbell, 193- den. Davls* H4-146-142. To 184-167. Totals, 774-765-711. tals. 7n2-7^-7^.. . .. ... .*„. Vlfl> 117 Totai, >.» HiSi* 1M; |iS. SSStir.: °rman , 143-157. Burr-Nlswonger — Mohr, 150-158-180. Sterling Beer League. »Vigo Bowl.) Fisbeck Beauty Salon—Paddock. 112160-12»; Trimble. 96-153-126; Wmdley, 141-149-172; Herman. 90-143-108; Hanrahan. 125-145-179 TotaU. 564-730-724. Sterling Beer— Det rick, 158-135-13#; Stevenson. 185-124-145; Wolfe. 133-164144: Hunter. 149-144 ! 43: Dreiman, 166147-133. Totals. 811-714-704. D-M Cleaner? -L Short, 130-160-11«; R Short, 182-147-141; Konrad. Jr . 116117-163; Murray. 129-105-134. Konrad. Sr. 192-159-148. Totals. 749-688-704. Model Tru-Li Fine—Hanks, 115-111-154. Roberts. 145-153-143: Davison. 152-138-187; Adamson. 146-172-113: Isbell, 136-146163 TotaU. «94-722-740. Holsum Bakery—Vqhr. 149-153-159; Vaught. 154-142-161: Henderson, 122-13814« Ford 136-150-172. Reynolds. 111165-216. TotaU. 692-748-854, Clabber GirU—FUbeck, 136-143-14«; Lunsford. 163-192-147; Cleary. 126-133131; Duncan. 179-150-143 Terhorst. 183171-175. Totals, 789-791-742 Stlverstein Bros Chausse 153-153-144; Brash»ar. 187-110-136; Coplan. 119-112148 Silcock. 148-l«4-l*l: Meyer. 178-127785-666-66« -Steppe. 171 155-137: Scott. Stout. 148-166-17(1; stateler. Sweeney, 181-177-170. To- 795-0)0-784. V\ » ■ ^ \V ' ' FRENCH TOES by WALK-OVER How right you are this season in our trim, tailored Walk-Over?! Squared-ofT French toes are more than smart—thev deliver plenty of room up front! Strp in— and jeel what we mean. • BLACK • TAN • WINE $1495 WALK-OVER SHOE STORE 659 Wabash Ave. First Showing of the ALEMITE "ATOMIC” LINE FOR ’49 World’s Newesr, Finest Car Lubricating Equipment A revolution in efficiency and flexibility! A revelation in beauty and customer-appeall Featuring the new ATOMIC pump with sealed-in air motor — UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED FOR 27 MONTHS I On display February 24th in this com munity at the show rooms of the leading wholesale organizations listed below. 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