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atO mBmur. lam tst DE-FEAT ELKHART; TO ST. TERESA LAST NIGHT Wron Consolation At Gibson Tourney. ! Ed Cmager ML Pulaski winged their way the Redbirds of Elkhart at gym by the score of 65- It was the Hilltopper's sec- straight win as they out- their rivals from the West. Drake scored three quick to give Pulaski a 3-2 lead. then connected and Pul- the rest of the way. 15-10 at the end of the quarter, Pulaski relly-tight- up as Keith Wilham con- for 4 buckets in the sec- Ixame. Pulaski was on top halfflme, 28-19. played one of their bet- of the season as Elk- JUst could not get through tight Pulaski defense. The offense also looked they shot at a 40% clip. : Romer was high point man evening with 18 points. Wilham scored 17 as he an outstanding game. won their game in a 50-48, as they fought off Elkhart rally. Bill 17 points as he the winners with 17 points. Handlln came through points in his fine effort. Fg Ft Vp 7 3 17, 3 7 13 0 3 8 6 6 18 4 2 10 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 Totals 21 23 65 rg Ft Tp 6 1 13 1 2 4 0 2 2 3 1 7 3 4 10 1 2 4 0 0 0 3 2 8 Totals 17 14 48 FKIRBURY Irr.d Cermet height' "rhese best describe the Hill- defeat in the first game City tournament as down 65-39. It was game all the way as their llth game of the They had lost only two. started out fast racked up 8 points be- Hilltoppers could score. end of the first quarter, run their lead to 22.4. end of the half they had their lead to 36-15. From on it was no contest. of the Mustangs pac- the winners with 24 points. and Walcott led Pulaski with 7 points each. game Gibson City the Tartars of Fairbury- 5"/-40. Past Fatrbury snared the third Saturday as they Fairbury-Cropsey in game of the Gib- tourney. The Hilltop- started out, fast as they a 22-7 first quarter edge, just could not match speed of the Pulaskians and Pulaski had run up a if them was a decid- involved, it was at the stripe. Pulaski connected throws, while Fairbury only 9. Kent Ander- his charity tosses count 9 out of 9. Anderson led all scorers with championship game the City Greyhounds took a from the Paxton Mus- in an overtime. rg rt p 6 2 14 3 9 15 1 3 5 3 3 9 4 3 11 1 0 2 McCormick 0 1 1 Walcott 0 5 5 Totals 18 26 62 Fairbury.C Fg Ft Tp Hartick 2 3 7 Nimbler 0 2 2 Barnes 1 2 4 Armstrong 1 0 2 Runyon 5 2 12 Bess 3 0 6 Vaughn 1 0 2 Mowrey 1 0 2 Kafer 0 0 0 Totals 14 9 37 PULASKI FRESHMEN DEFEATED LKKEVIEW (By Ed Creeper) The Freshman Hilltoppers won a thriller from the Decatur Lake- view Freshman team, 66-62, at the local gym on Monday night. Despite a Lakeview lead of 32.21 at halftime, the Pulaskians fought back to win the game in the last half. Gary' Zimmermann had 25 points as he led all Pulaski scor- ers. Dick Floyd of Lakeview had 36 points to take scoring honors. HILLTOPPERS DROP GAME TO ST. TERESA Mount Pulaski high dropped their last night's game at St. Teresa, 63.51, when they had a cold night at the basket, when they scored only 4 points in the second quarter. Romer was high with a big 24 point scoring effort, most of which came in the third period, hitting 7 of 9 shots. The freshmen-sophomores lost their game 66-57, with Gary Zim- mermann high with 17 points. Anderson Wilham 0 4 Scheuler 2 1 Romer 9 6 24 Drake 4 2 10 Walcott 0 0 0 Leonard 0 0 0 Totals 21 9 51 St. Tere Fg Ft Tp Vail 1 1 3 Treacy 7 4 18 Ebers 4 3 11 D. Unser 5 1 11 Young 9 2 20 Rupert 0 0 0 Rossiter 0 0 0 Comerford 0 0 0 Totals 26 11 63 Let's Go Bowling ! WINS NINTH SPOT Mrs. Colleen Hayes placed ninth in the Women's Round- the-Town Bowling Tournament, held in Springfield recently. This was the same tourney that was mentioned in last week's paper when Mrs. John McCain placed second. SCRATCH LEAGUE (Jan. 19) Bill iIeKinley 256.72 Harry Milner 255.98 Bill Kirkman 249.02 Art Stuckel 545.06 Harold Sanders 244.10 Bob Horn 244.08 Tom Havener 242.66 Gordon Raker 237.18 Dale Delancy 233.96 Bill McCubbin 224.50 Carleton Drake 209.68 Paul Schahl 201.60 High game: Gordon Raker, 221. High series: Raker and Me- Kinley, 764. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Jan. 20) PtL Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 94 Brown's Bullsitters 89 Turner Motor Service 83 Logan Farm Service Co. 82 Bo-Jac Hybrids 80 Robb's TV 71 Dean's Sundries 70 Rothwell Lumber Co. 70 Faultless Feeds 62 Hahn Oil Service 61 High team: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 2495. High series: J. McCain, 577. High game: M. Richner, 224. CHURCH LEAGUE (Jan. 19) W L Zion Lutheran 34 20 St. John's Lutheran 34 20 Cornland Christian I 32 21 Copeland Christian 1 32 22 Mt. Pul. Christian 1 31 23 First Methodist 30 24 Copeland Christian 2 22 31 Mt. Pulaski Christian 2 20 34 Cornland Christian 2 17% 36 Willing Workers 16 37 High Team: St. John's Lutheran 2186. High series: Dale Boyd, 517. High game: Bob Lewis, 214. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Jan. 25) B.M.A. Hanslow's Standard Service 84 Logan Farm Service 83 Stahl Bros. 83 Hilltop Bowl 77 Wolcott's Soft Water 72 Budweiser 64 Curtis Oil Co. 50 hlt. Pulaski Frm. Gr. & Elev. 49 Rocky" Ford 49 High game: W. Schroth, 219. High series: D. Werth, 576. Team game high: Rocky Fork, 944. Team High series: Budweiser, 2,605. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon., Jan. 23) Fire Department #2 116 Mt. Pulaski Products 105 Farmers Elevator 100 Wilham Construction Co. 96 Lake Fork Grain Co. 93 Downing Insurance 92 Barrick's Transfer 91 Rothwell Lumber Co. 79 i Bo-Jac Hybrids 78 Stahl Bros. Implement 70 Team series: Farmer Elev. 2460i Team game: Farmers Elev., 898. Ind. series: H. Milner, 549. Ind. game: J. Jackson, 205. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., Jan. 25) W L Everett Koehler 43 17 Copeland & Hild 42 18 Fire Department 41 18 Moore Insurance 31 29 Horn's Standard 30 30 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 27 33 Dick's Place 27 33 Wilham Construction 23 37 Huston & Paolone 21% 38 Hathorn Variety 14 46 High series: Lorraine Cleve- land, 492. High game: L. Rau, 182. High team, Wilham, 2,144. STRIKETTES LEAGUE (Fri, Jan. 20) W L Eileen's Beauty Shop 36 21 Wilham Construction 33 23 First Nat'l. Bank 31 26 Mt. Pulaski Grain 29 28 Western Auto 28% % Downing Insurance 28 29 Farmers Elevator 26 Stahl Bros. 25 Gerdes Trucking 24 Kennedy's Market 23% High game: K. McCain 186. High series: K. McCain 520. High team: Gerdes, 2106. TOPPER'S LEAGUE (Tues., Jan. 24) W Les Standard 42 Ben Holmes 38 AI's Conoco 31 Letterle Paint & Dec. 32 Zim's Super Market 32% Stoll's Coal & Gas 29 Chestnut Fire Dept. -30 PAG Hybrids 29 Bartlemay & Sons 28 21 25 32 31 A N S W E R: The electricity that serves you in your home. The more of it you use, the bigger the bargain... the less you pay per kilowatt-hour for it. Think how many new uses you have for electridty these days.., from your TV to your work-saving appli- ances for cleaning and washing. This is why your over-all bill may be a little higher than in the old days. But what else in your home can give you so muclt .value for so little cost? RIDDLE: What costs less the more you use it ? ) High team series. Neaville's Jewelry, 2453. High ind. series: T. Havener High game: R. Aylesworth, 224 Hotel: Where a guest often es up good dollars for poor ers. 33 34 35 Times-News Old Timers 23 40 Team series: Letterle Paint Decorating, 2496. High game: T. Havener, 214. High series: T. Havener, 559. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon., Jan. 23) W L Dick's Place 38 22 Chestnut Far. Gr. Co. 34 26 Stahl Hardware 34 26 Latham Oil Service 31 29 Neaville's Jewelry 30 30 Tomlinson Elevator 28 32 Minnesota Tool Co. 28 32 Meadow Gold 26 34 Mr. Pul. Fire Dept. 1 26 Faultless Feeds 25 35