The Daily Standard from Sikeston, Missouri on January 5, 1966 · Page 4
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SEMO Indians Oran Wins Kelly Over Tenth in RowWoodland 86*82 LILBOURN PLAYER fights for rebound with two New Madrid players. Lilbourn Over New Madrid NEW MADRID -- Lilbourn won both games here last night as the “A” team won 38-35, and the “B” team 37-36. Both games were as close as fuzz on a peach, as the **B” game went into two overtime periods before the winner was decided. Long and Gee led LUbourn’s “A” team with 16 and 15points respectively. Byrd led New Madrid with 11 points. NEW MADRID (35) Pearson 4, Harren 8, Shibley 5, Harris 5, Maltbla 2, and Byrd 11. LILBOURN (38) Gee 15, Bodlne 2, Blankenship 1, Long 16, Bowen 2, and Baughman 2. Score by quarters: New Madrid 10 11 4 10 Lilbourn 9 9 10 10 **B” game: scorers Lilbourn Lacewell 14 New Madrid Lomas 14 Score by quarters: Lilbourn 11 4 7 11 2 2 New Madrid 5 9 10 9 2 1 East Prairie Props Two EAST PRAIRIE - East Prai- le dropped two games to the risiting Charleston five here ast night, as the game was ouch closer than the score ibows, as the score was tied 10-30 at half time but Charles- tn scored 58 points to East Prairie's 19 in the second half. ^Charleston led by Briggs with 15 points and 18 rebounds dom- ftated the game the second half or the Blue Jays as he scored l 11 but 11 points in the second talf. East Prairie was led >y Davis with 18, followed by iindrix and Hodges with 10 And 11 points respectively. Charleston also won the B 3 me by the score of 59-47, 'or a sweep of the nights action. Charleston (88) 3rooks 3etts 3rown ferner Iriggs Jclntire dcClendon Marshall idams li mpson Matthews Slips By Morehouse MATTHEWS—Matthews eked past Morehouse here last night in the last few seconds as one of the Matthew’s players shot with three seconds left and was fouled to end the game. Matthews was led in the scoring column by Clark and Hartline with 16 and 14 points respectively. For Morehouse it was Haley with 17 followed by Hewitt. MATTHEWS (67) 17 4 Hartline Clark Porter Rowe Hicks Huffstutler Brooks Whitson Robinson Totals 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 0 26 2 6 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 15 MOREHOUSE (64) 37 3 2 4 . 10 Haley 6 5 Crumpecker 3 1 Hurley 2 6 Elliot 1 3 Ruedrich 1 9 Hewitt 6 Totals 19 26 Score by quarters! Matthews 14 14 3 3 4 2 3 4 4 1 1 25 2 5 3 3 3 1 17 14 16 10 7 7 6 4 2 1 67 17 7 10 5 11 14 64 CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Southeast Missouri State College Indians hope a two-week layoff will have them adequately rested and recuperated for a rugged January schedule that will see them playing three games in five nights, beginning Thursday night with a game with Western Illinois University at Macomb, HI. The Indians experienced a rough weekend prior to the Christmas break when they played three games in four nights, and ran their record to 5-3 with victories in the first two oontests before tiring out and losing at the University of Tennessee-MartIn Branch. Two of the next three games, however, are Missouri Inter* collegiate Athletic Association contests and Parsley’s charges will have to be prepared for rough going, against Northwest Missouri State of Maryville Saturday night, and Northeast Missouri State of Klrksville Monday night, both to be played in Cape Girardeau. Victories in those two games are rated as “musts” for the Indians if they are to stay in contention in the conference race. Junior forward Kermit Mey- stedt (6-6) of Cape Girardeau leads the Indians in scoring with a 25-polnt average in eight games and is listed twelfth in the nation in rebounds, with a 17.8 average. Other probable Indians starters are guard Charlie Bertrand (5-11) of Scott City, averaging 11.5 points per game, guard Curtis Williams (5-11) of Cape Girardeau, averaging 14.4 per game, center Bob Varel of St. Louis (6-3), averaging 9.4 per game, and forward Bill Bekebrede (6-3) of St. Louis, averaging 4.4 per game. The Leathernecks of Western Illinois are 7-3 for the season after winning the Holiday Tournament at St. Cloud, Minn. WIU starters include junior LeRoy Harwell, 5-10 guard, junior Michael Hicker, 6-3 guard, junior Gary Hoffman, 6-5 center, sophomore Randy Wleck, 6-4 forward, and senior Mel Lacey, 6-3 forward. “ ORAN — Setting a steady pace host Oran swept to its 10th straight victory defeating Notre Dame 69-56 in the second encounter of the two teams in the last five days. Four players were in double figures for Oran as they kept their winning ways. Metz hit 26 points while J. Johnson, F. Johnson, and Hahn scored 14, 13, and 10 points respectively. Notre Dame trailed by as much as four points in the early stages of the game but fell short as Metz shot his team into a 10 point lead. Compas and Flaker led the scoring for Notre Dame with 19 and 14 points respectively. Oran also won the B game 55-52, for a sweep of the nights action. Whorton and Blattel led Oran with 18 points each, while Relnagel and Sanders led Notre Dame with 12 and nine points respectively. Oran (69) .» _ wlaunews Eist PrairM$9!fpA ^-Morehouse IT 1sii iiars 6 lodges 10 Davis 18 lindrix 11 resson 4 core By Quarters: harleston 20 10 28 30 ast Prairie 13 17 9 10 Charleston’s Simpson led the (coring with 27 points. Wilson, hristlan, and Finley led East ralrie with 12, 13, and 13 oints respectively, core By Quarters: 'harleston 17 18 14 10 59 ast Prairie 8 14 8 17 47 193 POINTS— NATIONAL RECORD Blanchy Ely high school, of 'ompano Beach, Fla., may have et a national high scoring rec- rd last Jan. 18, when it wamped Carver high of Delray, 93-58. The winners posted uccesslve quarter totals of 3, 47, 48, and 45, on 81 field oals and 31 charity tosses, ohnny Jones led the rout with points--49 of them in the econd half. Early in the 1922-23 season, Kansas City (Kan.) high de­ lated the Rainbow A. C. (a ick-up team) in an informal ork-out, 234-2, so one cannot onsider such in high school omputatlons. A 3 The high point men in the“B” game were Ring for Matthews with 10 points and Vind and Dial for Morehouse with 5 each. Matthews won with a final score of 40 to 19. Score by quarters: Matthews 14 15 9 Morehouse 5 4 7 12 3 Detroit Tigers Sign Pitcher DETROIT AP - Pitcher Bill Monbouquette, formerly of the Boston Red Sox, signed his contract with the Detroit Tigers today. The Tigers, who acquired Monbouqette from the Red Sox in a three-player deal after the end of the American League - season last year, did not disclose the terms for the veteran right-hander. Detroit also announced the signing of veteran second baseman Jerry Lumpe, infielder Dick Tracewski and outfielder Jim Northrop, bringing to 11 the number of players now under contract for 1966. Monbouquette, mainstay of the Boston pitching staff, was acquired by Detroit in exchange for outfielder George Thomas and infield George Smith. Senior Bowl Saturday MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — When South backs get through running against the North line in Saturday’s 17th annual Senior Bowl game, they may wish they had not tried it. The big four who have stepped forward as leading contenders :Yor• Starting defensive line positions for the North average more than 243 pounds per man. The baby of the bunch is 240- pound Gale Gillingham of Minnesota. The biggest is 248-pound Charley Harper of Oklahoma State. And in between come Indiana’s 243-pound Randy Beisler and Idaho’s 245-pound Joe Dobson. Linebackers making big defensive sounds with the Yanks so fer are DickLeftrldge, a 235- pound fullback from West Virginia; Randy Schultz, a 205- pound fullback from Iowa State college and 235-pound Jim Waskiewicz of Wichita State. Both teams spent the first two ~ days of practice in a steady drizzle. Non-contact group work has been the order for both days with South quarterback Randy Johnson from Texgq All and - Yank tossers Bill Anderson, Tulsa, and Gary Lane, Missouri, working on their passing. South signal-caller Steve Sloan of Alabama, hampered by bruised ribs, has not participated in practice yet. He is expected to begin light work Wednesday and hopes to be ready to play Saturday. But Sloan said Tuesday, ’’The ribs are still sore. I just don't know whether I will play or not.” The only 50 state Home Office Agency between St. Louis and Memphis where you can do business with both your hometown agent and the Home Office Agency — a double barrel service for both you and your agent direct with a major company home office right at your front door. When you see ■I us don’t think of insurance •But. When you think of insurance • See Us SPECIAL AGENTS Alex E. Cantrell Btllie Burch Herb Cathey Lois Myers, Ofc. Mgr. Mary Rister, Secy. - PLUS - 25 Area Agents & Brokers s W. U. 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Johnson3056 Gosche 00 1 0 Totals 27 1515 69 Notre Compas Dame 8 (56) 3 319 Flaker 544 14 Wulfers 40 1 8 Job 2 113 Ziegler 2 0 34 Robert 1 2 5 4 Bayer 1 0 1 2 Buchek 00 10 Totals 23 10 19 56 Thompson 85 521 Urhan 4 2 3 10 Mathis 3 31 9 French 4 1 0 9 Merrick 8 7 2 23 Scherer 6 2 3 14 Totals 33 20 WOODLAND (82) 14 86 Crader 11 1 3 23 Long 4 3 5 11 Hahs 5 2 3 12 Crites 94 4 22 Hahn 3 2 5 8 Torbet220 6 Totals 34 Score by quarters; 12 20 82 Kelly 19 2021 26 Woodland 14 24 21 23 The Daily Sikeston Standard, Sikeston, Mo. A Wednesday, January 5, 1966 SIKESTON FAMILY shown displaying their sail* fish caught on their recent vacation. Local Family Has Delta Over Big Day Fishing Chaffee 67-59 Kelly took the “B” game too with Hitt and Hubbert leading scoring with 29 and 15 points. Camtlin and Woodfin led Woodland scoring with 20 and 19 points. Score by quarters; Kelly 18 15 12 22 Woodland 13 16 19 15 67 63 18, Score by Quarters: Oran 14 17 18 Notre Dame 11 15 17 “B” Game Oran (55) High Scorers: Whorton Blattel 18. Notre Dame (52) Relnagel 12, Sanders 9. Score by Quarters: Oran 6 17 17 15 Notre Dame 16 11 15 10 Meanwhile, South workouts have also developed a pattern that Indicates which players are likely to take the field when the Rebs are on defense. Linemen Jack Thornton of Auburn, Bob Kowalkowski of Virginia, John Mangum of Southern Mississippi and Georgy Allen of Texas State have been most Impressive. Apparent South linebackers are Louisville’s Doug Buffone and Auburn’s Bill Cody at the outside posts with Frank Emanuel of Tennessee In the middle. Parma Over Clarkton PARMA —Stan Whitson led the Parma Pirates to an 84-46 win over Clarkton here last night by scoring 34 points to keep up his 30. point average. Parma toyed with the Reindeer as the game began and slowly built up an unbeatable score. Chism and Burchell led Clarkton in the scoring column with 15 points each. Parma made a sweep of the nights action as the junior Pirates won 36-28. Parma (84) FG FT Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Dye accompanied by Patty, Charles, and Tanner Dye recently returned from Stewart, Florida, where they spent two days fishing and caught six sallflsh In this two day period. Mr. Tanner Dye stated to his grandchildren that he was going to catch a whole, but Instead caught this seven foot sallflsh, which is shown at your left. Each party caught a sallflsh in the two days of fishing, but Mrs. Joe W. Dye caught two. The Dye family released four of the sallflsh, and kept two to have stuffed. Mrs. Dye will have quite a story to tell her grandchildren when she tells them how she caught the sallflsh. DELTA — Delta eased past Chaffee here last night by the score of 67-59. Delta trailing after the first period turned on the power and jetted into an early lead and held on to win. Below, Summers and Akins led the scoring for Delta with 24, 19, and 16 points respectively. Vls- sel and Daughtery led Chaffee with 19 and 16 points respectively. Chaffee gained a split for the night’s action as they won the “B” game 55-41. DELTA (67) Player Yount Dixon Gibson Daniels Lutes Davis Sapp Whitson Womack Totals 6 3 0 6 1 1 4 12 1 34 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 10 0 16 F 4 1 1 3 2 3 1 3 2 20 TP 12 6 0 12 2 4 12 34 2 84 Clarkton (46) Freshman Basketball Iowa State 103, Nebraska 91 Junior College BKB Dodge City 77, Colby 69 Arkansas City 85, Coffeyvllle 84 Iola 98, Haskell 67 Fort Scott 105, Joplin 65 Richardson Perry Chism Denoon Burchell Richardson Jordon Totals Score by quarters: Parma Clarkton High point men In the Parma “B” game were Gibson with 13 and Cravens with 10 Du- Long led Clarkton with 10 points. Score by quarters: Parma 11 13 6 6 Clarkton 5 6 18 7 0 555 1 0 12 55 4 15 1 002 7 1 2 15 1 1 53 12 2 4 161419 46 Akins4 8316 Amadusky 1 0 5 2 Below 9 6 4 24 Dennis 1 0 5 2 Summers 3 13 419 Cook 1 2 04 Totals 19 29 CHAFFEE (59) 2167 Rieblourg 1 0 22 Vlssel 6 75 19 White 3 5 5 11 Reiss 21 55 Duenighan 1 1 1 3 Daughtery4 8 416 Eichorr 1 0 4 2 Totals 18 Score by quarters 23 26 59 Delta 1322 14 18 Chaffee B GAME: 16 11 14 18 Chaffee (55) Delta (41) Area Bowling . Majestic League Wayne Baker led all the bowlers in this league with a 212 game and a 573 series as his Steward Steel team defeated Maple Oil 4-0. Other 4-0 winners were Morehouse Kiwanls over Righter’s Road Runners and Hart’s Bread over Morehouse Ins. All the other matches were decided 3-1 with the Stags topping Goza-Harper. Coca Cola over Crenshaw's and Fablck downing John Deere. Fablck had the high team game of 1058, and Steward Steel had high series — 3058. Booth eel League Charlie Miller was the big gun in this league with a 227593. Hats off to this young man-he’s coming on big. Delta Glass dumped 7-Up 4-0 and Delta Investment downed Bank of Sikeston 4-0 with Ed Johnson firing a 214-557. The Moore Co. defeated Farmers Planters 3-1, despite Mark Williams 198568. A1 Merrells 206-568 helped Williams Plumbing over Estes Motors 3-1 and Bill Shells 200563 paced his 1st National Bank over Whitten's Lake 3-1. Crown League Dr. Bechtold's 219-541 helped his Allis Chalmers team to7-0 win over Holiday Inn and this one really hurt the Inn because the tractor boys shot not one, jut two blinds at them. Livingston’s 217-543 was wasted - needless to say. In matches decided by 5-2, Seal- test behind Car! Cokenours 210574 defeated Paynes, A & B took Houchins, the Moore Co. blasted Police and Crown Finance beat Nowell. The Bank of Sikeston edged White Rose 4-3 and Barketts defeated Mercantile Mortgage by the same score. Commercial League Reiss Dairy clinched the first half last week and are assured of a spot in the play offs if they fiUl to win the second half. Budweiser got off on the right foot for the second half championship by defeating Security National 7-0. BUI Accord's 206-581 paced his Big N team to a 5-2 win over Stallings Ins. with Briggs firing a 198-575 for the losers. D. and S. defeated Sikeston Warehouse 5-2 and United Parcel beat Potlatch by the same score. Malone and Hyde behind all Crites* 192 • 560 also beat Reiss 5-2. Imperial League Mo. UtUlties defeated Standard OH 7-0 behind Bob Porter’s 190-488. In 5-2 matches It was Delta Hospital over International No. two and Pepsi­ Cola with B. Lott's 185-500 over International No. one. All the other matches In this league were decided by 4-3. Heacox Paint over Home Materials, National Gas over State Farm and Canvas Products beating Grant QU. Church League Red HaUey*s 203-569 and D. Gemeinhardt’s 214-547 helped Lutheran smother First Christian 4-0. Richard Lucy’s 194526 helped Tanner Street over Methodist 4-0. In 3-1 matches, it was Assembly of God over J and J. Homes despite Doyle Murphy's 219-557 and Fallen Saints over First Baptist. The Catholic Church behind F. X. Schumacher Jr. 196-542 beat Murray Lane Baptist 3 and one half to one half. Tuesday's Results San. Fran. 122, Baltimore 111 PhUa’phla 129, New York 127 Today’s Games San Francisco vs. New York at Baltimore St. Louis at Baltimore Boston at Los Angeles Detroit vs. Cincinnati at Dayton Thursday’s Games Cincinnati vs. Detroit at Toledo Baltimore vs. Philadelphia at Syracuse 19 24 20 21 11 7 13 15 High Scorers: Hampton 15 Stelmle 15 Scheffer 10 Score by quarters: Chaffee 9 Delta 6 High Scorers: Knight 15 Cook 13 15 8 12 19 19 8 SASKATOON'AP---The North American Olympic - style speed-skating championships wUl be held here Feb. 12-13, It was announced Tuesday. R will be the first time the event has been skated In Canada. ALKOFF’ 104 E. FRONT ST. SIKESTON, MO. GR 1-9331 Falkoff’s Men & Boys Store wants to get acquainted with all of the old customers of Peoples Men’s Wear and with the people of Sikeston. Falkoff’s has been in business since 1899. Now serving this area with stores in Sikeston and East Prairie. 6ET ACQUAINTED MEN'S WHITE MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS I DRESS SHOES $3.00 VALUES LIMIT 2 CUSTOMER MEN'S 11.48 FAMOUS BRANDS BROKEN SIZES VALUE TO $18.95 $ 4.88 MEN'S DRESS HATS $ 7.88 DRESS SLACKS RESISTOL REG. $12.95 VALUES TO $14.95 14.88 TOP ODD & ENDS VALUE TO $35.00 I GROUP MEN'S COATS 19.88 SCHOOL COLORS RED & BLACK BALL JACKETS IEATHB) SLEEVES ,.r W * 13 ** ORLON SOCKS 68C $1.00 to $1.50 VALUES MEN'S BOYS REO. $16.99 WORK SUIT 4.48 TAN & GREY PANT AND SHIRT

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