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DECEMBER 22 1932 THE TIMES-NEWS. MT. PULASKL ILLINO[8 PAG] 8rmM Oskey- Wow- Wow-- Basketball] :al Cagers Win And Lose Hard Fought Games (Continued from icage 1) First Quarter. } Zimmermann took the tip, but G. shot, and made one of them. tJacquat got his hands on the ball fouled Tink, who made it ]and heaved it thru the hoop from Score 12 to 9, Canton. [She center of the floor to send U. Hi Third Quarter. [out in front 2-0. Callans fouled Zimmermann again got first tip Beckers, and he made it 2-1 on the charity toss. G. Jacquat popped an- and almost immediately Beckers]other long side shot thru the net up with a long shot from the side of the court and the swish: and Mr, Pulaski called time out. the net was heard plainly above After the time out period Callans hushed stillness in the gym, for immediately scored on another long was the boy who defeated! attempt and U. Hi was leadin 6-1. .Adams fouled Zimmermann, and he at the last second last year hit for a 6-2 count. Beckers made a loner shot from way out. Then.it 6-3 on a foul by Callans. G. Jac- uncorked a long one quat uncorked a one-hand hUsh shot missed by a hair. The boys i fro m near the center of the floor, changing their attack and and it swished thru for another two- from way out. Blout waS ipointer ' utting U. Hi out in front, and made iL Zimmermannl9-3. Blout made a foul toss on G. Pitcher, who missed- Van was away to a fast length of'Jacquat's personal, but Callans got :it right back on Becket's foul. Zim- floor dribble, but the ball gtimermann made it 9-6 with a pair of from him. Connelly in frfree throws on a personal by G. Jac- Hook. Canton began shooting iquat. Van Hook fouled F. Jacquat, long range, but failed to regis- who hit to bring the count to 10-6. Waddell on a clever break 1 Anderson replaced Beckers in th the defense just in front fHith0pper Iineu as the quarter made possible a nice re-iended" Score. 10-6, U. Hi. h2hot for a basket by Blout. 13-12, Mr. Pulaski. Second Quarter. Fourth Quarter. I Blout scored Mt. Pulaski's first _ . ]field goal of the game on a follow- Zimmermann, heavily guar(It%lu p shot and made the score 10-8. the entire game duc o Adams fouled Van Hook; who miss- year,that hebeganWaS high de sceorrete maa. Ied, and on the next play fouled Zim- a pe ." mermann, who also failed to con- to ring the hoop with play-m nect. G. Jacqqut added anoint to as well as hurried long ones, U. Hi's score when fouled ly Ander- none registered. Costas plunk- son. Briggs was sent in the U. Ill one in on a nice short play shot. ilineu p in place of Hornev. G. Jac- countered with a nice rebound quat again hit from the t'oul line on on Zimmermann's long range lBlout's foul and the szore stool 12 8. White now in for Costas. Beckers went back into the game in ermann was fouled but missed-llace of Anderson i-_ the HilltopT)-:r fouled Cardosi, but he miss-lineu:. Blout dribb!ed hru the ,hoie Connelly was fouled by Car- U. Hi team and scored to mke il and made it. Canton was 12-10, and a few seconds later Zm- tong ones that failed to mermarm and Blout exe-uted a e]e'. ister, and Mt. Pulaski recovered .play near the fuI ':.'e wi:h Zir: of them. Waddell on a clever Jv.ermann sinking" the bucket to tie shot passed to Blout for an- the score as the half ended. basket. Beckers was fouled Third Quarter. Cardosi, but missed. Final gun final score 20 to 16, Mr. Pulaski. Mt. Pulaski (20)-- FG FT TP 1 0 2 f ........ 4 3 11 c ........ 2 0 4 g ............ 1 0 2 Hook, g .......... 0 0 0 g ........... 0 1 1 Totals ............. 8 4 20 Canton (16)-- FG FT TP f ............ 2 i 5 f .............. 0 0 0 f-4- ........... 0 0 0 c ............. 2 2 6 g .............. 1 1 3 ............. 1 0 2 Totals ............. 6 4 16 Score by quarters-- Pulaski .......... 7 9 13 20 ............ 8 12 12 16 The following comment on the by the Canton Ledger will be Van Hook missed a free throw when fouled by F. Jacquat. Adam let fly a lo" side certer shot which connected to boost U. Hi's total to 14. Conne]ly in for Van Hook, Hill- toppers. Blout tip?ed one in to again tie the count, and immediately hit another from the pivot position to give Mt. Pulaski the lead for the first time. A double foul was called on Waddell and Briggs. Waddell hit and Briggs missed, and the score stood 17-14, Mt. Pulaski. Watson went in for F. Jacquat in the U. Hi lineup. Beckers fouled G. Jacquat and he hit for the final point in the third quarter. Score, 17-15, ML Pu- laski. Fa-th Qtr. Adams made a point on Blout's personal, and a minute later hit from far to send U. Hi into the lead 18-17. Zimmermann tied it up again on a foul by Watson, but Watson quickly broke the tie with a two- pointer from close im G. Jacquat made a one-hand push shot to put U. interest: Hi four points in the lead, and An- "What a ball game! ,derson replacd Beckers for the Hill- "Mr. Pulaski's tall and rangy ball ]toppers. Anderson celebrated his re- ab eked out a 20 to 16 victerYlturn to the game by hitting a follow- ,er Canton's midget varsity quiw t uP, which left Mt. Pulaski but two t Thursday night in one of the ]points behind. Callans fouled Blout, ast spectacular and scientific con-[but he missed the attempt, and the sts to be witnessed on the local I game ended a few seconds later with urt during this or any other ithe 'Toppers trvinsr frantically to on ' i " as . t e the score. Final score---U. Hi, ......... [22; Hilltonpers, 20 'e-game comment oy,tne ann[ ..  .- _ ..i - .... .^--. .....  m 'ulaski (20)-- FG FT PF TP I rout, z 4 1 2 9 "Mr. Pulaski's veteran undefeatea 'Beckers, f ........... 0 2 2 2 team, which is already consid- Anderson, f----__--_-'_--1 0 1 2 one of the strong contenders Zimmermann, c ...... 1 4 0 6 the 1933 state title, will be here Van Hook, g ........ 0 0 1 0 . . With 14 of the 15 who, just before the 1932 tournament, defeated the 1o- 19 to 18, will ive fans a chance see one of the greatest clubs on year's schedule. "Grathwohl, center on last year'i Pulaski club, is the only one in this year's lineup, and position will likely be filled by a six and one-half foot man who tips the beam at 205 This giant is certain to the Purple and Old Gold plen- of trouble before the evening is (Wonder who gave them this storyT But he will next Zimmermann, who played last season, and who was point man in the Canton game, also used as center in some Waddell, g ........ 0 1 1 1 Connelly, g _=. ..... 0 0 0 0 Totals .......... 6 8 7 20 U. High (22)-- FG FT PF TP Briggs, f .......... 0 0 I 0 F. Jacquat, f ........ 0 1 1 1 Homey, f ......... O 0 0 0 Adams, c .......... 2 1 3 5 G. Jacquat, r ........ 4 3 2 11 Callans, g ........ ,__I 1 3 3 Watson. g .......... I 0 1 2 Barker, g .......... 0 0 0 0 High Canton's hospitality and sports- manship was just as good as its team. T-O Team members expressed the hope that if they had to lose only one game this year it would be to Canton. T-O We don't know of a finer tribute to Canton players and fans. --T-O The following data on scorina, at- tempts in the Canton game will give a pretty clear idea of how tight the Springfield. Billie sustained a sprain- ed ankle, and Tommie received cuts on the head. Bobble, another broth- er, who was with them, was not hurt. The lads were on their way to school HIGHWAYS WERE KEPT OPEN FOR TRAFFIC Springfield, IlL--In spite of the rapid snowfall of the night of De- cember 9th, highways throughout BOYS INJURED IN CRASH ITHE CHIEF SOURCE OF December 17, 1840. and live alone. NEAR WILLIAMSVILLEI TUBERCULOSIS IN HOGS iFr men of their age they are in fair health, and each is able to read. Billie and Tommie Sudduth, sons l Springfield, Ill., Dec 21.--The hen, ' They located in Pans in 1912, and of Mrs. Lillian Sudduth residinl and not the .cow, is the chief source little is known of their ancestry. northwest of Williamsville, were in- of tuberculosis in hogs. The State I jured last Friday between their home Department of Agriculture has de- Perhaps selfish men do not mind and Williamsville when their car termined this, conclusively, in a test being lonely. " struck a bridge abutment. The boys of poultry flocks and swine herds in were taken to St. John's hospital in Bureau, McLean, Livingston and I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE La Salle counties. A tabulation of Estate of George Rentschler, De- the tests, and the observations of ceased. the veterinary authorities who con- The undersigned, having been ap- ducted it, are available upon re- pointed Administrator of the Estate quest, Director Pierson stated, of George Rentschler, Deceased, i hereb, dve notice that they will ap- TWIN BROTHERS AT PANA pear bezore the County Court of Lo- WERE 92 YEARS OLD DEC. 17 gun County, Illinois, at the Court Pana, Ill.---John and Daniel Rardin House in Lincoln, at the February were 92 years old Saturday, Decem- A. D. 1933 Probate Term, on the her 17th, and are the oldest twins first Monday of February next, at residing in Pana, and perhaps the which time all ;ersons having claim Illinois were kept open for traffic, oldest twin brothers in the United against said Estate are notified and the maintenance forces reported. States. The brothers were born on requested to attend for the purpose ............................................. of having the same adjusted- All The snow ranged from two to five inches in depth, and equipment went into action at midnight, and by morning, all routes were clear. CORN GROWERS TO SETTLE '32 TITLES IN JANUARY SHCW One of the most bountiful corn years that Illinois farmers have ever had will be climaxed with the I crowning of a new "corn kin' and [ - . . . corn lrmce during the annual Illinois Seed Grain and Utility Corn Show to be held January 16 to 20. 1933, in connection with the annual Farm and Home Week at the Col. defense was: lege of Agriculture, University of Canton baskets attempted, 13; Illinois,. Champaign-U;bana. made 6--461 per cent Free throws[ l'remmm lss nave Deen sent out attem)ted, 7- made -571 ,)er cent " announcing that corn growers desir- Mt. Pulaski baskets ttemnte! ling to com-ete for a share of the 21, made 8--381 per cent. Free:So00 m cash prz.s must ha e their throws attempted, 8, made 4 500 samples at the show before Satur- day, December 31st. This is in or- der that it may be prepared and put on the germinators not later than January 7th. The Illinois show is the only state one in the country in which a germination test for vitality and disease is used in making the awards. N. A. Balding, M. D. Lincoln, Illinois E?2, E00r, 00q0se and Tbr0at Glasses Fitted, Broken Lens Duplicated OVER KRESGE'S STORE i Your Feed Ground At Home by our PORTABLE FEED GRINDER Why Haul It To Town? C. A. ZETER MILLING SERVICE Phone Xl19 Lincoln, III. per cent. T-O The flag raising ceremony which precedes each game while the band plays the national anthem, is very mpressive, and as one fellow ex- pressed it, "It helps us to realize the common bond of fellowshin we all have regardless of the differenr communities we live in, and it helTs ceate a deeper sense of that obliga- tion by a finer display of sports- _ ___ "F_ ( ...... (L K. Ayeerica'. --T-O - Here is what the team line-up sheets passed out at the door car- ried: "'Beckers is the man that beat Canton last year with his last minute shot from the center of the floor." T-O ] Canton fans are still wonderingi what it was all "a-Blout." Don't: blame them with 4 baskets and 3 free throw ! T-O I Canton fans are enjoying basket-I' ball under Coach Chadd's direction the way everyone likes it--fast and furious. T-O The stall game has been put in the stall where it belongs. T-O Fans who saw only the Spring- field game cannot realize the tough competition Canton's cagers Tur- nished T-O The going was so tough that the locals were extending themselves all the way thru. T-O------ Such was not the case in the Springfield game when they did their job without any undue stress at any time. --T-O--- Boy-they're tough. T-O Streator beat Canton by only 2 points, as did Pekin in a 7 to 5 game. No--it wasn't a stall game. They were both stron defensive teams, and we believe it after seeing last thursday's game. T-O We have heard quite often, of a High School being robbed "of" a basketball game but never "after," as was the ease at Warrensburg. MIDDLETOWN HIGH CAGERS DEFEAT ORPHANS HOME At the Orphans' Home gymnasium in Lincoln last Friday night the Middletown High School five de- feated the Or.hans' Home cagers by a score of 20 to 10. In one period of three minutes the Middletow play- Dr. Paul B. Berryhill DENTIST Latham, I11. Dr. Pope's Office Thursday of Each Week persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate pay- ment to the undersigned. Dated this 10th day of December, A. D. 1932. ALBERT HANSELMAN, JOHN F. MAURER, Administrators. Harold F. Trapp, Attorney. .......  I I ers made II points. The Middle- Totals ............ 8 6 II 22 town graders were also on hand, but Referee: Gill (Millikin). lost by a 22 to 16 score. Score by quarters: , : Mt. Pulaski ........ 6 12 17 20 HARTSBURG, 54; LATHAM, 8 U. High .......... 10 12 15 22t The Hartsburg Community High [ ___N___-T--- [School cagers went to Latham last CLL TON, 3.3; KENNEY, 2.! IFriday night, December 16th, and [ The basketball five of the Ken-gave the Latham five a decisive I ney Community High School jour-]defeat by a score of 54 to 8. This! neyed to Clinton last Friday night, was Hartsburr seventh consecutive where they were defeated by Clinton victory this season. Lolling and winfer ;s looming ahead, streefs and roads will be s - l- i- p- p - e*, y./ Smooth tires don't hold on wet pavement. Punctures are more dangerous when it's slippery. Changing tires with fingers cold and numb ia dis- areeable. Better pnt on new Goodyers now---they'll pro- tect you, save you money on rcIairs and delays, and still be like new when spring arrives. "The Public's FIRST-Choice Tire for 17 Years REA L.TIRE sERyICE! F.gperleneed tire men carefully charge your tres here. we clean and tphtto your rims, check wheel alllinment,._put in the correct air prmure, properly tighten the boltS. Try tin! Fred Holmes, Dealer ". I I II I I I Merry Christmas, Folks! GC)(3D CHEER Tucks Us Away At last we have a chance to use alibi for the local Township High squad after their first defeat season by University Hig of in a hard fought 22 to 20 Tuesday night, December 20th. The only alibi we can offer is too No. 7, or Jacquat, who gave exhibition that had the fans as as the players groggy at times. Jacquat zipped three baskets on attempts from almost mid- without them so much as the rim, and one of them a one-hander at tha He was a threat all thru the game, his scoring was limited after first few minutes to only one basket and three free throws. The local squad came back gamely took advantage of free throws make six straight before missing. evened the score at the half, were leading in the third quar at one time 17 to 14. was a game fans thoroughly even though victory passed by. . return game will be played at on Monday night, Jauary and we predict a local victory. will be ven at the Times- office by quarters. High, the score being 33 to 21. BEASON, 41; NEW HOLLAND, 19 In Beason last Friday evening, December 16th, the Beason High School five gave New Holland an overwhelming defeat by a 41 to 19 score. Werkman of Beason was the leading scorer, makin 15 points ATLANTA, 41; MINIER, 29 The Atlanta High School quintet, one of Logan county's well known basketball teams, had as opponents on the home floor last Friday night December 16th, the Minier cagers, i defeatin the visitors by a score of 41 to 29. LINCOLN. 14; TRINITY, 13. The Lincoln Community High game the locals played this season, went to Havana last Friday night, December 16th, and defeated the Havana cagers by a score of 32 to 26. Hackman of Athens was the big noise, with fifteen points. It Should be remembered that Mr. Pu- laski plays in Havana on March 2d- Meyer each scored 8 field goals for t W the 00mner00. E EXTEND our Christmas Greetings both to the ATHENS, 32; HAVANA. 26 I friends we have and to the friends we shall yet The Athens High School quintet, defeated by Mt. Pulaski in the first i meet. May all things go well with you this Yuletide, and good cheer to each and everyone. FEITsHANS, 14; ELKHART, 7 The basketball eagers of the Felt- shahs High School, Springfield, in- vaded Logan county last Friday aaight, December 16th, playing the: Elkhart Community High School School cagers annexed a thrilling 14 quintet. The Sangamon county vls- to 13 decision over the Trinity High itors won the game by a score of Iuintet from Bloomington in [,incoln 14 to 7. Neither team scored in the last Friday night, December 16th. first quarter, and Feitshans High The game was as close as the score led 4-0 at the half; and 8-6 in third indicates and found both teams quarter. The whole Feitshans de. alternating in the lead. fense appeared to be airtight. KENNEY GAVE BEASON Familiarity with danger makes A DEFEAT, 22 TO 16 forget it is danger. Look out! In Kenney on Wednesday night, Overpraise your rival if you want December 14th, the Kenney High to hear him run down hy others. School basketball team defeated the Monotony of life is responsible Beason cagers by a score of 22 to for many of the sports and pastime 16. The Kenney seconds were also A man who is eternally and re- winners, defeatinjr the Beason re- busy can be mighty irri- serves Fkst National B&nk MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS