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:!" PAGE TWELVE ',oln Game-- Pulaski ...... 7 S 16 2! Mount Pulaski ____ 7 8 16 26 Referees--Gill, Millikin; Suther- land, Illinois Wesleyan. THE MOUNT FtYhAKI Tg-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI,. IZJ.INOl8 Heft, f .............. 2 0 4 Totals .......... 10 7 27 Lamar, f ........... 1 1 3 New Holland (16) FG. FT. T'I Koenig, f ........... 0 0 0 Long, f ............ 1 2 4 Keck, c ............. 1 0 2 Viers, f .............. 0 0 O McCann, c .......... 0 0 0 Peters, f ............ 0 0 0 C. Letterle, g ........ 3 0 6 Blaum, c ............ 2 1 5 Matheny, g ..... -' .... 1 1 3 ,. Lohrenz, g ....... 1 2 4 Eberhardt, g ........ 0 0 0 A. Lohrenz, g ....... 1 1 3 Hamblen, f .......... 0 0 0 Dittus, f .... 0 0 0 Totals ........... 5 6 16 ........ 4 Buehler, f ........... 0 0 0 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 " -- Latham .......... 5 9 12 27 Totals ............ 8 2 18 I New Holland ..... 1 3 13 16 Maroa (3) FG. FT. T'I I Referee--Murdock, Decatur. Riley, f ............. 0 0 0 Burns, f ............. 1 0 2 Kenney (32) FG. FT. Trl Tlomas, f ........... 0 0 0 Woody, f ........... 2 O 4 Tozier, c ............ 0 0 0 Schoby, f ........... 0 0 0 Dobbs, c .......... L_0 0 0 j. Ballew, f ..... 6 3 15 Leach, g ............ 0 1 1 Wrage, f ........... 0 0 0 Pulliam, g ........... 0 0 0 Johnson, c .......... 0 0 0 McGrath, g .......... 0 0 0 B. Johnson, c ....... 1 0 2 Tyler, g ............. 0 0 0 Kirk, g ............. 0 1 1 -- Dieter, g ............ 0 0 0 Totals ........... 1 1 3 B. Ballew, g ........ 3 4 10 Pct. 1.000 .833 .625 .625 .00 .286 .125 .125 (Continued from page 1) Ch Whi 'The period was ut a few sec- estnut ps . OldS old when Rendek went in for /'basket on the tipoff and bailey W arrensburg came right back to drive in for a one. Buckles en went into Those amazing Chestnut cagers and on a fast drive scored, who have to rely only upon a three missed on Buckles personal, year period to cram in four years MoCln made his free one good of basketball are again on the ram- enfouled by Leisch. Leisch then page this year, their latest con- unded to score. Carnahan quest being a victory over War-] f 0 u 1 e d Talmage who missed, rensburg Tuesday night 23 to 18. Ihweikert stole the ball and went Maus and Matlny are the only for a basket. Witl the score 8 two regulars hack but they had a tO :3 against them-te Hilltoppers lot of support from young Simcoe. went out for "a couple of buckets a freshman who was high point of their own. Buckles drove in for man. The half time showed a 7-7 another one of his ,clever short deadlock but Clestnut went into shots to score and Miller lost a action in the third period and piled basket he made whert travelling up a lead which was never equal- but immediately got hold of the led. and drove back down the floor Waxrensburg B. F. t0 Score. 8-7 Lincoln. Brown, f ............ 2 0 " Second Quarter Dial, f .............. 0 2 :Rendekdropped in a short one Williams, f .......... 2 2 knd Bailey sank a free one on Mill- DeCremo, f .......... 1 0 5S personal. Bertoni came thru Culp, c .............. 0 0 zlth a free toss. Schweikert went conkling, c .......... 0 0 i!for a one-hander that was good, Brinkley, g ........... 0 0 d mnk g free one on Bertoni's Spizer, g ............ 2 0 error. Baptist fouled by Miller as he shot sank one. 17-8. Totals ............ 7 " Third Quarter Chestnut B. age opened the second half Simcoe, f ........... 3 by fouling carnahan who made it f ...... 1 Talmage flipped in a nice Matheny, c ...... - .... 2 om way out. McCain drove Buehler, c ........... 0 t fq; and sank one and added a McCann, g .......... 0 e oss as he was fouled while Maus, g .............. 2 ishooUng, Things looked brighter & minute vtl the score now Totals ___ ........ 8 7 i18-13, but Schweikert went to work Score by Quarters 1 2 3 live. up to his reputation and Ctmstnut .......... 5 7 15 !plCkI up three nice baskets and a Waxrensburg ...... 5 7 11 :.e/coral He was aided by Carna- Referee--Layman, Lincoln. : with a lost ball shot and Bail- LOGAN DEWrI'r STANDINGS i T. T W I 4 Elkhart ........ 7 0 2 Hartsburg ...... 5 1 6 Latham ........ 5 3 2 Kenney 5 3 0 Atlanta ......... 3 3 0 Beason ......... 2 5 New Holland .... 1 7 0 Middletom ...... 1 7 4 18 EIKHART WHIPS RIVERTON F. -T. 2 8 Riverton R. F. T. 0 2 Shoutt, f ............ 6 0 12 2 6 White, f ............. 1 0 2 0 0 David, f ............ 1 2 4 0 0 Johnson, c .......... 0 0 0 3 7 Zula, c ............. 3 2 8 Pope, c ............. 0 0 0 Steele, g ............ 0 0 0 4 Hott, g .............. 2 2 6 23 Szoke, g ............ 0 0 0 18 'SantareUi, g ......... 1 1 3 Totals ........... 14 7 35 .eY dropping in a long one with ;B4tptt getting a free one. : ]Pulaski managed to pick up three imore points in the quarter due to iome fine free tossing by Buckles i who dropped in three straight. 31- IS. Bailey Steals Show : ;. Bailey, guard, stole the honors its well as the ball in the final can- i to. He sank two nice long ones as he shot with no one trying to stop " him, then proceeded to make life more miserable for the Hilltoppers by stealing the ball twice and go- in to score. Rendek got a bas- i ket and Smith picked trp two free ones. The Hilltoppers did some scoring on their free throwing ability, sink- ing 6 out of 7 free tosses. Tal- mage picked up two, McCain three more sides rebounding his own shot; Buckles got one and drove in for a basket. Fuhrer missed his toss. Final 43-26. ,Free throwing was at a premium with Mount Pulaski sinking 12 out of 15 and Lincoln 9 out of 11 at- tempts. The Summary (48) B. F. Sehweikert f ........ 5 2 Indred, f ........... O 0 Rendek, f .......... __2 0 th, f ............. 1 2 iech, c ........... I 0 aptist, c ........... 0 3 Carnahan, g ......... 1 1 Lacey, g ............ 0 0 Moos, g ............. 0 0 Bailey, g_ ........... 7 1 Clowers, g ........... 0 0 Totals ........... 17 9 Mount Pulkl (6) B, F. Miller, f ............. 1 0 Talmage, f ........... 1 2 Moore, f ............ 0 0 McCain, c ........... 2 5 Buckles, g ........... 3 4 Fuhrer, g ............ 0 0 Bertoni, g ........... 0 1 Totals 12 8core by /7 3 EmZart  . T. Chestnut Grades Davis, f ............. 5 0 10 M. Gleason f ........ 0 0 0 Fitzgibbons, f ....... 7 2 16 Win Two More Butler, c ............ 0 O 0 T. Taylor, c ......... 3 1 7 Chestnut, January 8th -- The R. Taylor, g ......... 0 0 0 Chestnut Graders won two games Lanterman, g ........ 4 0 8 here from Maroa Tuesday night, j. Gleason, g ........ 0 0 0 the ligltweights winning 18 to 3 B. Gleason,.g ........ 1 3 5 and the heavyweights turmng the McCe, g ........... 0 1 trick over Maroa 33 to 5. Both games were well played, Totals .......... 20 7 47 ancl the Chestnut Graders looked Score by quarters 1 2 3 4 impressive. So tight was the Elkhart .......... 12 24 36 47 Chestnut boys' defense that the Riverton ....... :_ 8 16 20 35 Maroa Hevies were held without Referee---Peters. a field goal, Maroa's points being scored from the foul line. McLean 13. F. T. Watson was high point Lynch, f __: ......... 1 1 3 with 21 points; Bowles 7; and et-i Graham, f .......... 3 0 6 terle and Baker put up good i Bode, c ............. 8 1 17 games, too. Montgomery ,played a Canfield, g .......... 0 0 0 nice game for Maroa- Erickson, g .......... 3 2 8 In the lightweight game C. Let- terle, Heft, Lamar and Matheny Totals .......... 15 4 34 looked best for Chestnut, and Kenney B. F. T. Keck and Eberhardt put up a J. Ballew, f .......... 3 4 10 scrappy exhibition too. Woody, f ............ 3 0 6 Next Tuesday night at the B. Ballew, c ......... 2 0 4 Chestnut gym, the Chestnut Grad- Kirk, g ............. 0 0 0 ers play the Mount Pulaski teams. Johnson, g ........ 0 1 1 Box Score: T. 12 Heavyweights: 0 Chestnut (33) 4 4 2 3 3 0 0 15 0 -- TotaLs .... ...... 14 5 43 Maro (5) FG. FT. T. Gambrel, f .......... 0 1 2 Baldwin, f .......... O 0 4 Myers, c ............ 0 i 0 Dobbson, g .......... 0 1 9 McBride, g .......... 0 0 10 Leach, g ............ 0 0 0 Montgomery, g ...... 0 2 1 -- Totals ........... 0 26 Referee: W. Schilling. ugtwat: (IS) FG. Bowles, f ........... 3 Watson, f ........... 9 Heft, c ............. 0 Baker, c ............ 0 Lamar, g ........... 0 R. Letterle, g ....... 2 Matheny, g ......... 0 C. Letterle, g ....... 0 THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, Totals .......... 12 8 Mlddietovn (16) 1 eG. FT- Knowles, f ....... 1 1 Noon, f ............. 0 0 House, f ............ 0 0 Boyce, f ............ O 0 Barkley, c .......... 0 3 Steinhour, g ........ 3 1 Morris, g ........... 1 1 Ackley, g ........... 0 0 Totals ........... 5 6 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 Kenney .......... 9 20 23 Middletown ...... 4 4 14 Referee--Carter, Atlmes. .It J C Burgoyne of Rock Isl urc who had been making an eXatabil ed wst in the city with  daU e ter, Mrs.?o r LsW/t'elPaxe.c: Saturday fo g , Ce" fornia, to spend the remalnderave the dnter at the home of his e c'. . J. B. Burgoyne, and family. ON OLD, INEFFICIENT FARM BUILDINGS J day ITS EASY TO HAVE NEW ELL 0 w OR REM DELED, M KEPT BUILDINGS ON } ing YOUR FARM. 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T' 0 Ferry, f ............ 2 0 4 0 Johnson, f .......... 2 0 4 2 I-lbwe, f ............. 2 2 6 Heft, c ............. 3 0 6 5 5 Duncan, C ........... 1 0 2 Kerschner, g ........ 0 2 2 Wachter, g .......... 0 3 3 FT. l CALL 30 FOR FREE ESTIMATES WE CARRY ALL BUILDING MATERIALS Mount Pulaski Grain & Elevator Co.