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MOUNT PULASXl - NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS OSDXY, n.arr :L WORDS OF AP DE.EEAT NORMAL-- (Continued horn p4tge I) back with that deadly one.hand shot to score again within two minutes and the count was 5-5. Merritt and Miller each rebound. ed and Richner and Miller each got free ones with Hahn pivot- ing to score. Ey dropped in a tree one to make it 9.10, Normal. Coach Jones then sent Veeeh and Armstrong in to replace Richner and Ey. Thorp scored on a leap- Lug shot from the side and Arm- strong countered: with a drive-in from the side and Dittus rebound put Pulaski ahead as the period ended, 13-12. Hahn c .............................. 5 Mason g ............................ 6 4 16 Ey g .................................. 2 1 5 Armstrong g .................... 3 2 S Totals 23 17 63 Normal (54) FG FT TP Flncham f ........................ 0 0 0 Merritt f ........................... 7 2 16 Miller c ............................ 7 3 17 Campbell g ...................... 4 1 9 Thorp g .............................. 4 1 9 Klrkton f .......................... 1 1 3 Meats f .............................. 1 1 3 Totals 23 8 54 Remaining games on the schedule way from home are" Feb. 13, Wtlliamsville;  Feb. 16, Pulaski Couldn't Miss Atlanta; Feb. 17, Cathedral; Feb. The second period could well 24, Lanphler. be called a coach's "dreamboat," as the Hilltoppers were hotter than hot and playing a headsup type of ball, completely smoth- ered Normal and demoralized them as shot after shot went thru the net. It was bing, bing. blng, as Mason, Hahn and Arm- strong scored with Miller pick Ing up one from the side. Hahn scored on a free one and again . Miller, Normal center, pivoted to score. Hahn, not to be outdone, whirled away from the basket and pitched in a honey. Dittus ' picked up a free one as he was fouled while shooting and then went on a defensive and often- slve rampage to fight his way out of a mLxup under th basket to score, and a play or two later leaped high in the air to take a rebound over an opponents shoulder to sink another basket. Score now 27-17, Pulaski, with only four minutes gone and they had scored 14 point They kept it up until the half with Normal failing to score in the final four minutes of the quarter. Veech went down ahead of the field on a Jump ball to score. Armstrong scored from the side and also got a free one. Mason still hot, sank two long ones trom the side to end the half, 36.17, PulaskL stm Uot Third @aam The Hilltoppers were still hot the third quarter, hut Normal didn't let them widen the gap too much. In this period which was a foul one, Hahn sank a free one, Dittus picked up two  baskets, Mason connected with two more long ones as well as getting two tree tosseL Veeeh dribbled in for a bucket and a free,one. Normal picked.up 12 polnt on some nice basket shoot- Ing by Miller and Thorp. The third frame ended 50.29, Pulaski. Fourth lded NtghUam Pulaski's three.quarters honey. moon suffered some rather rough treatment in the final period and was saved only by the horn as they saw their comfortable lead of 21 points melt faster than a snowball in -. - well, about that fast anyway. Mason sank two tosses to open the period, but Merritt scored *a long one with Veech picking-up a gratlL Merrttt again broke loose and went down to score while Miller sank a free one. Richner, now in for Brown. Campbell added a short basket. Mason came in for his 6th basket, a short one. Campbell scored again on a long one, 55.36, Pulaski. Hahn scored from the side but the tempo been increased to such a pace by Normal who was getting hotter and hotter that Merritl : and Campbell scored long and then stole the ball to score. Dit- tus, who had four personals, came back into the game with 3 minutes to go and the score was 57.42, Pulaski -- a 15 point But Normal had Just begun to fight. Merrill pivoted to score and Hahn sank a short one. Dit-. tus committed his fifth personal and went out with two minutes to go with the count 59-44. Play became wilder and wilder with Pulaski losing the ball or missing their shots, while the visitors kept up their drive an& hot streak. Pulaski managed to pick up three tree tosses while Woods' boys were sinking 10 points in the first two minutes. But time ran out on them with Pulaski still leading 63 to 54. The reserves playing one of ,their best games of the season, won 35-27, Mount  (ss) FG FT TP Dlttus f ............................ 5 2, 12 W. Brownf ........................ 0 0 0 : f ......... 0 2 2 :NEW MANAGER AT SIEB HATCHERY Allen D. Hultgren will take ov- er as manager of the Mount Pu- laski branch of the Sieb Hatch- ery, replacing Mrs. Everett Beid- let. Mr. and Mrs. Hultgren and family have moved into the Sieb property in Mount Pulaski, va- cated by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyd. The Hultgren's have a son and a daughter, both of whom are students in the Lincoln Com- munity high school. 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We take this means of ing our sincere thanks to all friends who so kindly ed us with lovely cards, and gifts, while we were in St. Clara's hospital, and since returning hora Thanks very much. Mrs. Hubert Scro = and Leah THANKS TO FIREMEN We want to sincerely thank t members of the Mount t Fire Department for their response last Saturday a in coming to our home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce, to many friends and clients, am resuming practise at address given below. In my spacious modernly ' t WORDS OF APPRECIATION ped office, I am prepared o On the occasion of our 60th Mechanical and Physical t wedding anniversary, Sunday, lments necessary for the pror Feb. 4, we received a large ,um-ltion and conservation of H ber of cards and letters of con- and keeping fit. ratulations and best x4shes as Hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. well as flowers and gifts. 'We I evenings by appointment. deeply appreciate your kindness A.C. 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