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IlL, THAYo I:Y.IMUAr Coperand Christian 1 34% Mt. Pul. Christian 1 32 Let's Go Copeland Christian 2 23% Mt. Pul. Christian 2 23 Willing Workers 21% Bowling ! Cornland Christian 2 20% Triplicate- John Horton, SCOTCH DOUBLES up now for Scotch Doubles at Hilltop Bowl. One and one woman event. Dates 23, 24, 25, 26. SCRATCH LEAGUE (Feb. 2) McKinley 295.60 Milner 289.86 Havener 279.14 Harold Sanders 278.52 Kirkman 275.70 Horn 275.50 Stuckel 275.38 Raker 267.76 Delancy 265.54 256.32 Drake 236.44 Schahl 227.34 game: H. Milner, 237. series: Bill McKinley, 824. Pts. 124 117 108 105 104 101 94 92 SIORTSMAN'S LEAGUE Pts. (Fri., Feb. 4.) Pulaski Grain Co. 104 Bullsitters 95 Farm Service Co. 94 r Motor Service 89 Hybrids 84 Lumber Co. 82 Sundries 78 TV 77 Feeds 72i Oil Service 67 team series: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 2496 in. game: J. Koch, 215. ind. series: W. Schroth : H. Milner, 562. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon., Feb. 6) Department #2 Pulaski Products Construction Co. Transfer Elevator Fork Grain Co. Insurance Hybrids Lumber Co. 81 Implement 74 High team series: Barrick's 2454 game: Fire Dept. 949 ind. series: C. Drake, 546 High ind. game: L. Turner, 235. CR'RCH LEAGUE (Feb. 2) W L Iohn;s Lutheran 38 22 Christian 1 37 23 Lutheran 35 25 35 25 155, 155. Hi team series: St. John's 2446 Hi team game: St. John's 864 Hi ind. series: Robert Ayles. worth, 538. Hi ind. game: Chas. Wagner & Chas. Trago, 199 each. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., Feb. 8) W L Everett Koehler 48 16 Fire Department 46 19 Copeland & Hild 44 22 Moore Insurance 33 33 Horn's Standard 32 34 Dick's Place 30 36 Stoll Coal & Gas 29 37 Wilham Const. Co. 25 41 Huston & Paolone 26 39 Hathorn's Variety 16 50 Team game: Koehler, 2102. High series. C. Hayes, 478. High game: E. Smith, 190. STRIKETTES LEAGUE (FrL, Feb. 3) W Eileen's Beauty Shop 39 24 Wilham Construction 36 26 1st National Bank 34 29 Downing Insurance 33 30 Farmers Elevator 30 32 Mt. Pulaski Grain 30 33 Western Auto 29 33 Stahl Bros. 29 34 Kennedy's Market 28 35 Gerdes Trucking 25 37 High game: K. McCain, 221. High series: K. McCain, 562. High team: Wilham Const, 2136 TOPPER'S LEAGUE (Tues., Feb. 7) W L Les' Standard 47 22 Ben Holmes 42 27 Ars Conco 36 33 Times. News 26 33 Zim's Super Market 33 35 PAG Hybrids 34 35 Stoll Coal & Gas 31 37 Chestnut Fire Dept. 31 38 Bartlemay & Sons 30 40 Eimes-News 26 33 Team high: B. F. Holmes, 2539. Team game: Les' Standard 908 High series: O. Poffenbarger 642 High game: Tom Havener 232. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Feb. 8) BMA Pts. 95 [Hanslow's Standard Service 91 I Logan Farm Service 92 I Stahl Bros. 91 ] Hilltop Bow1 79 'Wolcott's Soft Water 81 & INI 25 Budweiser 71 28 Rocky Ford 59 36 Curtis Oil Co. 60 37 Mt. Pulaski Fr. Gr. & Elev. 51 38 High game: Bones Manes, 246 39 High series: Bones Manes, 618. 155, Team high: Mt. Pulaski Fr. Gr. and Elev., 945. Team series: Wolcott's, 2601. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mo Feb. 6) W L Dick's Place 40 26 Chestnut Farmers Grain 37 29 Stahl Hardware 37 29 Latham Oil Service 34 32 Neaville Jewelry 34 32 Minnesota Tool Co. 31 35 Tomlinson Elevator 30 36 Meadow Gold 30 36 Mt. Pulaski Fire Dept. 30 36 Faultless Feeds 27 39 High series: Meadow Gold, 2479. High ind. series: Tom Havener, 555. High game: Geo. McGinn, 227. Last Week's High High team: Meadow Gold, 2372 High series: Gene Manes, 529. High game: Raymond Fore, 229. DON"r TAKE CHANCES If car is Sluggish it will pay you to get on all its cylinders to get the maximum as well as prolong the life of your motor. HAYES 00ARAGE /Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski. I11. L Hilltoppers Win Over Feffshans By 58- 50 Score By Ed Creje If any team could be credited with a medal for upsetting Feit- shans, it would have to be Mt. Pulaski. Every year the boys from Springfield expect to run over our Hilltoppers and a good deal of the time they fail. Tues- day night Feitshans came into town with a four-game winning streak, hoping to go home with a five-game streak. Tho victory never came. Bill McCormick got Pulaski started with two gratis tosses and a bucket as the game started. Feitshans then began to connect and when the buzzer sounded ending the first quarter it was Pulaski in front 11-10. As the second period opened Pulaski managed to hold on to a slim lead until midway in the stanza when the lead changed hands on a flurry of baskets by either team. But, again, Pulaski led 26- 25 at halftime. In the third quarter the teams battled on almost even terms all the way, but the determination of the "Hilltoppers once again put them on top, 40-38. As the fourth quarter opened, it was anyones game, but the Pulaskians didn't give anyone a chance to bet on it. In the first five minutes they outscored the Flyers 11-3 and held a comfortable 51-40 lead. Dennis Scheuler accounted for six points in the surge. 'q'wirp" Wilham and Dick Romer were high-point men for the Hilltopperps with 12 points! each. Scheuler and McCormick had 11 points each. Johnson of the Flyers took scoring honors with .14 tallies. ML Pulaski Anderson Wilham McCormick ! Romer Drake Scheuler Fg Ft Tp 3 6 1 5 2 1 1 2 19 20 4 5 13 6 0 12 1 1 3 6 2 14 2 0 4 0 4 4 Feitslm Pierie Hayes Walker Johnson DePrates Merrill Totals Totals 19 12 50 MOUNT PULASKI DEFEATS MACARTHUR FROSH TEAM Mount Pulaski high school's freshman-sophomore basketball team defeated the MacArthur freshmen 46-42 Monday night at MacArthur. Mount Pulaski G F Zimmermann 3 5 Stewart 5 0 Baldwin 2 1 Reeves 2 2 Lanterman 6 2 Totals 18 I0 MacAzur G F ]Hetz 5 1 Penner 2 0 0 2 Crabill Cargill Sanks Derr 7. r 1 0 Totals 1 1 Mount Pulaski 7 11 15 2 0 MacArthur 14 12 7 RTTEIITIOll, men! The ARCADE BARBER SHOP, located in the Arcade Court in Lincoln, Ill. takes pleasure in announcing that Bill Tare is now employed here. Bill welcomes all his old customers to visit him. Call 732-3486. Lincoln, for appointment or walk in- Robert Prunty, Proprietor ' David Yackle, Second Chair Bill Tae, Third Chair \\; They give this railroad its spirit! Every year we spend a lot of money buying better tools of transtrtation. Our shopping list is long: diesel locomotives with more muscle... welded rail that takes the thump and click out of rolling wheels.., centralized traffic control ' that makes one track do the work of two... damage-free freight cars that cushion shipments against harm.., piggy-back cars that deliver freight door-to-door.., electronic computers that come up with answers faster than questions can be asked. Great improvements, all vital to successful railroading! But-only when a great family of railroaders breathes its spirit into these tools does a railroad come to life. We belie,e our men and women like their jobs more than most, en- joy their responsibility for supplying the human needs of the people of Mid-America. Dedicated people and modern tools are what it takes to run a fine railroad. WAYNE A. JOHNSTON Pveside ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD