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Sa--TmZS-XEWS. Mount Pulas In. THURSDAY, sErrzMsra u .1961 GARY ZIMMERMANN BROKE LEG Let's Go IN BASEBALL GAME WITH ARGENTA Bowling ! Mount Pulaski won another ball game Tuesday afternoon, but paid a high price for the victory --Gary Zimermann, first base- man, getting a broken right leg in a play at first base. The run- ner was out but so was Gary-- indefinitely. The incident happened in the first of the fourth inning with the locals leading 7 to 1, when Nor- hits hit a sharp grounder to CHURCH LEAGUE (Thun. Sept 21) W L John's Lutheran 12 0 Pulaski Christian 1 8 4 Christian I 6 6 No. I 6 6 Workers 6 6 Lutheran 5 7 No. 2 5 7 Christi 2 5 7 Christian 1 4 8 Lutheran 3 9 Hi team series: St. John's Luth- TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tues., Sept. 26) Points Tom's Coffee Shop 31 Letterle Painting 30 Al's Conoco 30 Stoll Coal & Gas 26 Zim's Super Market 24 Chestnut Fire Department 24 B. F. Holmes 23 Times-News 19 PAG Hybrids 16 O'Brien at third, who pegged the ball low to first. Zimmermann in stretching to field the ball was off-balance and dropped the ball. In retrieving the ball from a prone position, he tagged the bag just ahead of the runner, who in some way got his legs tangled up with Gary's, resulting in the broken leg. He was taken to the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in i: eran, 2375. !Farmers Grain Co. 14 :*: w! tp_Am game" St John's Luth- Holmes and PAG have three "-'-'-1.--8: " " ]games to bowl before standing is ii: Hin series: John Horton, 610. I complete. Hi ind. game: John Horton, 225.1 HI(wLL2PsepA2GUE Points STRIKETTE LEAGUE . . [Curtm Off Co. 19 (Fri, Sept, 22) [Budweiser 19 . W L [ Hilltop Bowl 18 insurance o o I Hanslow's Standard 17 Construction 5 4 B.M.A. Insurance 16 Lincoln, in the Schahl ambulance, after Dr. Cross had arrived and give him first aid and supervised his handling. Dr. McNutt of Bloomington, bone specialist, will set the leg.Saturday. The accident not only deprived the team of his services for the rest of the season, but also was a blow to the coming basketball season at MFH-IS where talent is none too plentiful. Beauty Shop 5 4 National Bank 5 4 Pulaski Grain Co. 5 4 LI Hardware 5 4 : Rothwell Lumber Co. 4 5 R  Farmer's Elevator 4 5 Western Auto 3 6 G'des Trucking 3 6 gh team series: Rothwell Lumber Co., 2175. High team game: Rothwell Lbr. Co., 764. ind. Series: Carol Ram- thun, 553 High ind. game, Carol Ramthun 189. SPORTSMAN LEAGUE (ru, Sept, 22) Stahl Furniture 16 Rocky Ford 15 Farmers Grain 9 Logan Farm Service 9 Wolcott's Soft Water 2 Team series: BMA, 2616. Team game: BMA, 909. Ind. series: B. Manes, 589. Ind. game: B. Horn, 213. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed. SepL 27) W L Copeland & Hild 8 4 Fire Department 8 4 Everet Koehler 8 4 Horn's Standard 7 5 Huston & Paolone 7 5 Stoll's Coal & Gas 6 6 Wilham Construction Co. 6 6 Dick's Place 5 7 Moore Insurance 5 7 Rau's Hardware 0 12 Team series: Horn's Standard, 2095. Team game: Horn's Std., 756. Ind. game: Charlotte St. Pierre, 197. Ind. series: Charlotte St. Pierre, The locals opened up with a strong first inning, pushing ovei, three runs on three base hits and two stolen bases. Argenta had opened with their first man up scoring on an error, a base hit and a walk. From then on David Drake on the mound, held them to only one more hit. Wubben worked on the mound in the fifth, and only three men faced him, striking out two. Mount Pulaski's big fourth pro. duced four runs on four hits, a walk and two stolen bases. That ended the scoring for both teams, the game being called in the fifth inning as there was a delay of about an hour before Zimmer- mann was removed from where he laid at'first base. Mount Pulaski AB R H O'Brien, 3b 3 1 1 S. Bailey, ss 2 0 0 Romer, cf 3 2 2 Lanterman, rf 1 0 0 Reeves, rf-c 2 1 0 G. 'Zimermarm, lb 2 2 2 Points "G" . 21 Farm Service 18 Sundries 16 Oil Service 16 Fork Grain Co. 14 Standard Service 13 Motor Service 12 L Pulaski Grain Co. 11 aItless Feeds i0 Hybrids 9 High team series: Faultless Feed 2409. High ind. series: J. McCain, 525. ind. game: G. Mason, 196. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Moa..Sept. 25) , W L Tomnson Elevator 9 6 :: S Place 9 6! hestnut Farmers 9 Jewelry 8 7 Department 8 7 Lumber Co. 8 7 Feeds 7 8 Oil 6 9 Hardware 5 10 esota Tool 5 10 Iml high: L. K. Buckles, Jr., 202 Ind. series: Troyer, 527. Team game: Rothwell Lbr., 883 Team series: R_othwell, 2477. wzss m. LEAGU- (Moss., Sept, 25) L Points Frs Elevator 37 Grocery 28 Dept. #2 24 Fork Grain Co. 21 Construction Co. 19 Products 19 Transfer 18 % 17 14 12 Insurance ;Hybrids series: Farmers Elev. 2535 game: Farmers Elev., 891 series: Richard Ayleswortn, 1. Ind. game: Richard Aylesworth, 209. Propane LET US FURNISH YOUR HEATING FUEL S00-GAL, BULX TANKS PENT, LEASE or SALE 508. G. Jackson, lb 1 0 0 Public Sale of Real Estate AT Chestnut, Illinois, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P.M.. CENTRAL DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME. AT THE PREMISES TO BE SOLD To liquidate business, we will sell at Public Auction the following real estate: Tract No. lBusiness building 45x60; 1600 square feet in rear, office spaces across front, one of which is occupied by Post Office; oil furnace and steam heat, 2 lots and 3 feet off third lot. Terms: 20% of purchase price cash in hand on date of sale and balance upon delivery of deed. Will sell on contract with minimum down payment of $900.00 monthly payments of $50.00, with 6% interest on un- paid balance. Will be subject to present lease. Tract No. 2--Cement block building, 750 square feet. lot. Same cash terms as specified above. Will sell on contract with minimum down payment of $150.00 and monthly payments of $10.00, with 6% interest on unpaid bal- ance. Tract No. 3---4 room frame house in good state of repair, and 1 lot. Same cash terms as specified above. Will sell on contract, with minimum down payment of $900.00 and monthly payments of $20.00, with 6% interest on un- paid balance. Tract No. 4---2 vacant lots. Same cash terms as specified above. Will sell an contract with minimum down payment of $50.00 and monthly payments of $10.00, with 6% in- terest on unpaid balance. Buyer of each tract will assume 1961 taxes, payable in 1961. Possession to be given at the time of delivery of deed or execution oi contract. Abstracts of Title will be furnished, except for Tract No. 2. FRANCIS H. MYRICK RUTH E. MYRICK, Owners COL. C. W, WOLPERT, Auctimseer LLOYD F, ARNOLD. Attorney, . Bailey, 2b Handlin, 2b J. Zimmermann, If Schultz, c Wubben, p Drake, p Stewart, rf Argenta Norbits, ss Darnall, 2b Disbrow, cf Beadleston, 3b Eastwood, if Snead, c Kock, lb Manning, rf Fornear, p Mount Pulaski O'Brien, 3b 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 20 7 7 AB R H 2 1 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 18 1 2 AB R H 4 1 2 Bailey, ss Romer, p J. Zimermann, rf Reeves, rf G. Zimmermann, lb Handlin, 2b Drake, 1 Lanham, cf Schultz, c Hm-tsburg Minch, ss Aper, 2b Hanner, If Behrends, c Eads, 3b Martin, p Schmidt, p Hildebrandt, cf L. Aper, rf Klockenga, rf SUMMER SPECIAL !! FILL UP NOW ! ! SAVE $ TON FRESH MINED COAL EGG and OIL-TREATED STOKER COAL Regular $8.00 Ton - Now $7.00 SAVE $1.25 per Ton ON LUMP COAL Regular $8.00 Ton - Now $6.75 ALL PRICES GOOD AUG 28 thru SEPT, 30 ALL PRICES F,O,B, MINE LINCOLN COAL MINE ll/z Miles Southeast of Lincoln on Route 121 PHONE 732-6077 Whote P.O. Box 1 HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR "PERSONALIZED" AUTO IGNITION KEY ? THIS KEY CAN BE YOURS BY ADDING  AN EXISTING ACCOUNT OR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT IN THE AMOUNT OF $50.00 ! Your Savings earn 3% interest" 00la.k of , ILLINOIS