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Five .Leauge )s Slate Clean Defeafin 9 sorma 6 , 13 wamp Latham .......... 1 7 13 :IH'llt, FT. oppers Butler, f ............ 0 0 Davis, f ............ 2 3 7 The Hilltoppers took their sec- kept its. slate clean in league by de- a strong Latha five Fri- 1B. Glemson, g ....... 1 at Latham. Kenney held M. Gleason, f ........ 0 0 0 Fitzgibbons, f ....... 6 2 14 I Beck, 4 0 8 C R. Taylor g ......... 0 0 0 Lanterman, g ....... 0 3 3 McCue, g ........... 2 0 4 0 2 end whipping from a strong Nor- mal Community high cage team on the foreign court last Friday night 55 to 31. The basket shoot- ing of Hulvey, giant center, was too much for the diminutive ca- gers to cope. The Pantagraph story of the liminary, 23-22, in the last minute ] of play. I ormal (55) FG. FT. T Barnes, f ........... 4 2 I0 ! WiUiams, f ......... 0 D 0 l Hulvey, c ........... 9 5 23 Kidwell, f ........... 1 1 3 Anderson, g ......... 6 5 17 Pemberton, g ....... 1 0 2 e ........... 2 g ........... 2 g ............. 0 . Lker, g ......... 1 Totals .......... 21 Mount Pulaski ($1) FG. Miller, f ............ 5 Talmage, f .......... 4 McCain, c .......... 1 13 5b FT. Tq 0 10 2 10 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 4. lmint margin at the half- To--1 Dittus, c .0 ark, but Latham came up tas .......... 15 8 38game follows: ........... : score was  tied at the end I Hartsburg (20) FG. FT. T'l Buckles, g .......... 2 third quarter. Kenney came I Olman, f ........... 0 0 0  With center Norris Hulvey tak- Bertoni, g ........... 0 in the. final minutes to Ilhng, f ........... 3 0 6 ing the role of chief pourer, Nor- Fuhrer, g ........... 1 Pllew leading the win- Garber, f ........... 2 0 real Community's Ironmen did Connelley, g ........ 1 1some tall smelting with plenty of Moore, g ............ 0 12  points and Howe I Barry, f ...... . ...... 1 0 2tsparks flying on the Orange and tile  with 8 points. !Liesman, c ......... 1 D - li s*--ed a las ...... I Quisenberry, c ...... 0 1 l lBlack court Friday night to hand m4  naiz rally !  1 1 3 1 Mount Pulaski's Hilltoppers a Atlanta at Beason Friday t >ers, g ............ t  . stinging 55-31 shellacking. .... " l Harnen, g .......... 1 u j 01 The Arends coached flreballers uame rtrougn on tne  . 0 0 2 i had it on the ball and took cam- lid, 31 to 26, in favor of At-[naer, g ........... 1 o a'ge le4 the winners !mgmy, g ........... _ _ }mend of ever department to give a ; Imints and Hamblen and _ . . - 23 20]large crowd ,plenty to shout about _t. ........ 'l'otals ........... mma-eQ nonors for the los- "  2 4  and to serve notice on its intercity Mx ..... tcore by Quarters I pmns apmce. Elkhart .......... 7 16 34 38 foes to be on the lookout when came fros behind i next week with Bloomington's first quarter to tie Chest- Haxtsburg ....... 0 6 12 20'their title race gets under way the half and then go ahead i Raiders as it first foe.  t 2s at chestnut Fn" L th Wi Hulvey Leads Play s0000o00,ed a am ns I Big, lanky Hulvey was the fly attack for the winners IIIM" Th ill  the Hilltoppers' ointment as he 12 points and Cisco and Ma-t antic r er swished the hoop from all angles mzed honors for Chestnut l Latham and Niantic, two old ri- and played a bangup brand of ball lmints each. } overtime under the bankboards to take t gave Hartsburg a ] vals, almost went into an ....  practicallv every rebound and to at Hartsbu Fricla battle at Niantic Saturoay mgn i  1 offense rollin . rg Y 1 ..... u start the Norma g. 28 to 20. Fitzgi'bbons led] when an airtight batue wouna a I Thp big" fellow knocked off a to- end went to Hartsburg, runner-up with 1 points and Lolling / 22-21, Lathann, as the gun soun " tal of 23 chalkers, almost enough in the Logan oI)ewitt conference. six points to lead Harts- | ed. , to win an ordinary ba}l game and Chestnut, a three-year high chool, the scoring. Hartsburg did.] Howe scored half of his team s had the Mount Pulaski brain trust was rated third and Latham of  8ingle point in the first ] points and Johnston came through pulling its hair trying to figure ! fourth. ' I Amer with four baskets. Goldman and out ways to stop him. In the run- Remaining teams were rated in tion, I) FG. FT. T'I Goss accounted for 18 of Niantic's nerup position for scoring honors l the following order: Atlanta, Bea- ketin ......... 2 0 4 I points, was clever Don Anderson, who I son, New Holland, Middletown and the Nf ........ 1 0 2 'I HaLe', f {'2) F.3 G" 15" l':'--'-al:;!rl::gkure:e::tTi round pairings on tl ba- bod.. ......... 6 1 13 1 ............ _ I Jim Ba "[ is follow: cation, g ....... 2 1 t) '. ........... " . ,' ......... 0 0 0 $-gate, g ...-::..12 3 7 [ Dunce:. g .......... 0 0 O il Totals .......... 13 5 31 Wachter, g ......... 0 0 0 ! liant floor game. land. I Soon Find Range Game 4--Lathaxn. vs. Middle- (6) FG. . T'I I Totals ........... 8 6 22 } Hulvey opened the game's scor- i town. f .2 2 6Nlantic (21) ling with a fine push shot from the I Game 5Emden vs. winner ........ FG. FT. T'llside and the first five minutes of]gain e 1. f ......... 2 0 4 Goldman, f ....... 4 1 9 play found Normal out in front, I Game 6Winners games 2 and Iaker, f ......... 0 0 t 7-6. From there on it was a ques- 3. 1 i tion of how big the score would be I 9 t as Arend,s' boys found the range ! 0 0, = t Garriott. g .......... 0 0 1 o i Gordon f .......... 0 1 2 6. I Goss, c' ............. 4 1 3 o i Short, g ...... 0 0 0 2 1Pritchett, g ......... 0 0 Stone, g ............ 1 0 Totals .......... 9 Score by Quarters 1 Latham ........ 5 10 Niantic .......... 6 11 0 and started pumping with both 01barrels. The half closed with the 2 Hilltoppers trailing by 10 points. i the the auti- even Mrs. tella Bozarth of Elwood, Nebraska, Mrs. Adam Walker and daughters, Miss Virginia, and Mrs. Wilbur Layman. of Lincoln, were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jenner . The vis- itors also called on relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Harper. Totals ........... 9 8 26 by Quarters 1 2 3 4 .......... 6 21 25 31 .......... 7 9 21 26 4-- (4) FG. FT. T'I f .......... 4 1 9 f ... ....... 2 1 b c ..... ....... 3 0 6 g ....... 3 3 9 g ........... 2 1 5 () FG. FT. T'I ............. 6 1 13 f ..... 0 0 0 c .......... 6 1 13 g .......... 0 0 0 g .......... 0 1 1 g ............ 0 1 1 Total .......... 12 3 28 f ........... 2 2 6 Ballew, f ......... 3 3 9 ' C ........ 2 0 4 ,g ............. 0 0 0 Jolmton, g ...... 0 0 0 Johnston, g ...... 0 1 I ........... 7 6 20 m () FO.  f ............ 3 a,, f ............ o 1;, c .......... 0 ............. 0 g .......... 0 g ............. 0 g :- ....... 0 a little" ...... 5 201 [ Guard Leroy Buckles started the 3 21 invaders on the right track as the 2 3 41final frame opened with a beauti- 15 .22 ful long shot that didn't 16 21 move the strings. But with Hulvey and Barnes doing some fine chucking, the Hilltoppers' rally was nipped in the bud and the in- vaders settled for eight points as a parting gesture. Dick Miller and Dick Talmage played some great ball for the losers in tallying 10 points apiece. Mount Pulaski grabbed the pre- FT. T'i 2 8 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 15 I .rs:--E: . ...... to Springfield Saturday eve'm.glduty. Among ana visited for a few days at the j mer Mount Pt home of her isier, Mrs. Wesley IGopdpaster, a r Hutchinsoa. , land Owen  A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individuol. NATIONAL LOAN CO. Mrcucci Bldg. Phone bOO Lincoln, lllinois. Totals .......... 14 3 31 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Normal ......... 14 29 43 55 Mount Pulaski ... 10 19 28 31 County Tourney Parings Listed ] Ratings which become the basis for ngs in the annual Logan I County high school basketball tournament to be held in IAncoln late in January were determined Thursday night at a meeting of the County Principals AssociatiOn. The undefeated Elkhart squad rated in the top position and sec- BLUFFS GRABS @ CONFERENCE LEAD Bluffs took over undisputed pos- session of first plaCe in the Illinois -32 Valley race Tuesday night, beatinga, Pittsfield, 20-15. Baulos, with lmptet points, was the big noise for tbslte , winners, who chalked up thriver l 26 fourtl% conference triumph withoUs a loss. Cecil McVey of this city, is the coach at Blff and has been turning out successful teams there for several years. It is complained that women talk more than men. Perhalm the reason is that a good deal of the time the men can't think of any- thing to say. , , l AMBULANCE SERVIC..00 Phone: .... d bv the fol- .Iarry HERSHEY et- HOME Phone 83 or 90 Game 7--Losers games 1 and 5. theWlteel ' i Come in today ; ; = sit in the seat of this new "SC" Case tractor.., grip the ttbber.rimmed wheel See for yourself how handy, how con- venient, how condormble a rood. ern tractor can be. Full 2- .. 2 or 4 rows ... four speeds including fa fourth.., gre.r visi- biliw ; ;. Synchronized Steering. o " "I --, and"rs, i Itout of -c.uerge ceme cc four miles southwest of I Phoenix, Arizona. laski, Monday afCernoon, [ ,M. Sheets departed from of the Schahl funeral |co rt Tuesday for LOS .A.lU [a' ,nd ".he 1 OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS Ned BROOKER FARM SALES00: ,..orth PHONE 21 -- MOUNT PULASI$ and  ., Lin.