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travel to Tarkio road game Sat. College, a 63-0 win, will try its winning ways against Tarkio Col- Tarkio. will be the last the season for who moved their 2-4 with their romp Nazarene week in Olathe, Culver-Stock- 463 yards of while a stingy only nine total offense and Yards rushing. been working well now for several last week's game time we've been togeth- said Wildcat Jerry Maulin. looked better and our defense a steady job." rushing at- shown the most in recent weeks. has gained 1,400 yards on the this season, but up over 1,005 yards last three games better than a carry. experience and the two factors for our ," said two starters season's offensive this year and it a while for every- together. The now believe which was one missing when the season began. Now they are confident that they can move the football on anyone." Quincy freshman Jeff Well- man was again the Wildcats' leading rusher, running for 116 yards and two touch- downs. He played very little the second half. Wellman now has rushed for over 100 yards in each of the last three games. Maulin said that he was also please with the performances of St. Louis junior Hank Collins, who also scored two touchdowns, and Wilmington, Del., sophomore Mike Ro- mack who averaged almost five yards a carry. One of the most pleasant developments from the game was the performance of St. Louis freshman George West- brook at running back. Westbrook ran for 82 yards on 14 carries and caught two passes for 40 yards and one touchdown. Culver-Stockton's defense will also be up against an outstanding offense. Tarkio College was ranked eighth in the nation in rushing last week and was ranked as high as second in the nation until injuries hit the Owl's back- field. Tarkio will bring a 3-3 record into the game after last week's 31-0 loss to Graceland College last week. Graceland also defeated Culver-Stockton earlier in the season, 18-13. The Owls lead the series between the two schools 17-14-3, including last season's 24-7 victory over the Wildcats in Canton. and have won eight Bowling Nero Team Reports In the Lewis County League, Dennis Ludwig hit a 220 game, 510 series as Freeman's Corner won 2 games from KQCA Radio. Mike Sellers rolled a 214 game and Fox River Outlaws won 2 games from Fleer Feed Service. Denny Danforth a 531 series as Standard Machine took 2 games from Tonnies Farm Bureau Insurance. Glenn Bai- ley bowling a 510 series led Moormans to 2 games over Ayers Oilers. Dean Gower with a 208 game blasted a 543 series and Chuck Gnus a 511 series as Hinton Trucking shut out Carpet Wagon. The A Division results showed Ray Clay hitting a 541 series for Bank of LaBelle and Darrell Johnston hitting a 506 for Busy Bee Cafe as the teams split points. Harold Novinger hit the pins for a 203 game, 546 series and Ken Bailey a 503 as Bailey's Funeral Home shut out T&S Sales and Service. Jim Har- scher a 503 series, Warren Taylor a 508 series, Don Sykes a 211 game 577 series as Reserve Life Insurance won 3 points from Paul's Mobil Service. Tim Fleer rolled a 524 series for Lewistown Bank but LaGrange SuPer Valu won 3 points. Norman Brlscoe a 505 series and Richard Welker games of 202, 201 for a 577 series as Bevans Garage won 4 points over Hinton Trucking. Eddie Maples hit a 208 game, 511 series which led Martin-Propst to a 4 point win over Canton Marine Towing in the B Division. Panther's Pub shut out B&H TV. Jim L. of the last nine games with Culver-Stockton. The Wildcats return home next week to host the Peru State Bobcats as part of Culver-Stockton's Homecoming Weekend. Spurgeon rolling a S series led Jim's to 3 points over Superior Steel. Superior had Bruce Uhlmeyer a 539 series and Monty Kearns a 224 game, 550 series. Ed Hartzell rolled a 499 series as Canton Metal Works and Noba An- imal Industries split points. Double R Electronics shut out Moormans. In Monday Early League " action Eagles, led by Tom Johnson's 217 and 562 took 4 points from Tournear Roofing. Palmyra Saving with 504 by Layton Otto, 557 by Gary Lupardus took 3 points from Canton Locker. Willie White had a 215 for the Locker. Ayers Oil Co. blanked Jack- sons. Fred Shaw a 202 and Larry Johnson 204 and 574 led Ayers. A. Manley a 203 and 528 led the Jackson team. Van Agencies took 3 points from Great River Realty. Bill Tiedeman 201 and 545 for Van. Dennis Ludwig a 513 for Great River Realty. Maywoed Fire Department took 4 points over Thompson Imp. Dale Eisen- berg had a 538 for the fire department. Monday Early League Eagles 753 760 72{ TournearRoofing718 741 675 Johnson 217 and 562 Canton Locker 716 832 688 Palmyra Saving 841 760 766 White 215, Lupardus 557 Jacksons 777 757 71 Ayers Oil Co. 795 863 801 Manley & Johnson 203, Johnson 574 Grt. Rvr. Realty 812 764 77 Van Agencies 807 775 804 Tiedemann 201 and 545 MaywoodFD 753 729 780 Thompson Imp. 756 708 765 Eisenberg 192 and 538 Lewis County League Freeman Corner 848 748 682 KQCARadio 711 763 675 Ludwig 220 and 510 Fleer Feed 722 775 742 00000000LA00ND.0000AUCTI agreeable partition sale by auction of real estate in Clark County, Missouri, owned by AILEEN M. BURK, of Wyaconda, Missouri, now deceased, of 275.58 acres, more or less, will be offered in two tracts of 115.58 and 160 acres, respectively. The sale will be held at the front door of the House in Kahoka, Missouri on Saturday, October 28 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A.M. 1:115.8 acres, more or less, Township 64 North, Rmqle 9 West two miles south of Wyaconda, q] 1   ri bounded on the east side by- -  ...... " .@p. Highway Route A and on the --.-,en "" --ebyaroaddesignatedasRoute ,y.. _ . . f described as follows, to-wit:  one-fourth of the SW Quarter . , L__ South one-half of the SE . ;J'-['_. ,.,_ all in Section 7, Township 64 Range 9 West, and a triangular out of the SW corner of the one-half of the SE Quarter of said 7. 2:160 acres, more or less, located and one-half miles south of Missouri with the Northeast thereof at r/w of Me. Supp. Route A and bounded on the by County rock road legally as follows, to-wit: All of the SE of Section 19, Township 64 Range 9 West. Ten (10%) par cent of bids will with J. Patrick Wheeler, for estate, to be held in trust the closing of the sale upon of title and delivery of War- I:kled to be completed as soon as after sale. Taxes for 1978 and rs will be paid by Seller. Aileen M. Burk Estate JERRY MILLER, Kahoka, Me. Contact auctioneer, Tel. 816-727-3680 Jk Moore, Wyaconda, Me., Tel. 816-479-5652 for more Information or for a of the land. For more information on the legal status of the title, contact ATRICK WHEELER, Attorney, Canton, Me., 314 N. 11th St., Tel. Coach meets fine up Culver-Stockton's first-year conch Gene Hall, greets 15 players as the Wildcats begin preparations for the 1978-79 basketball season. The season will feature an ll-game home schedule, with the Wildcats attempting to better last season's 13-15 record. ClSpractice begins wit 3 starters back Culver-Stockton College be- gan preparations for its 64th basketball season Monday as 15 players were greeted by the Wildcats' new coach Gene Hall. The group included six lettermen and three returning FROutlaws 753 817 735 M. Sellers 214 and 494 Std. Machine 788 785 817 Tonnies FB Ins. 710 808 767 Franks 199, DaRforth 531 Moormans 775 834 779 AyersOilers 795 754 632 Bailey 193 and 510 Carpet Wagon 655 754 816 HintonTrucking 778 798 847 Cower 200 and 543 Town & Country League A Division Bank of LaBelle 712 763 783 Busy Bee 756 746 764 Clay 167 and 541 Bailey's Funeral 850 791 818 T&SSales 797 684 789 Novinger 203 and 546 Reserve Life 823 908 794 Paul's Mobil 791 803 896 Sykes 211 and 557 LG Super Valu 775 785 740 I,ewimwnBm,,k 680. 742 740 Tim Fleer 178 and 524 BevansGarage 833 782 913 HintonTrucking 7m 770 643 Welker 2O2 and 577 Town & Country League B Division Canton Towing 659 620 639 MartiPropst 834 688 708 Maples 208 and 511 B&H TV 575 584 568 Panthers Pub 590 648 642 Harmon 163 and 470 Superior Steel 765 865 739 No. 5 826 820 796 starters from last season's 13-15 team. They open a 24-game season Nov. 25 against Graceland College. "The players have been involved in a running and conditioning program since Sept. 18, so I think they are eagerly looking forward to beginning practice," said Hall. "They'll have to work hard to adapt to our new offensive and defensive tech- niques and I expect a high level of competition to develop for all starting positions." Although the Wildcats will return three starters and three other part-time starters from last year's squad, Hall said that it would have no bearing on who would start this season. Heading the group of re- turnees is Quincy junior John Ernst. He led Culver-Stockton in scoring last season, averag- ing 18.2 points a game, and was selected to the district's special-mention unit following the season. He was also the team's third-leading rebound- er. Other returning starters include Kansas City senior "Steve " Hill and Charleston, S.C., Mike Smith as the guards. David Gaither, Belle- ville, Ill., senior, Steve Mueh- lenfeld, Quincy sophomore, and Mike Oelze, St. Louis junior round out the group of Fall run set for Oct. 28 in Quincy Runners and joggers from returning lettermen. Three other squad members return from last year's team. They are junior guards Curt Hogge from Quincy, Charlie Jennings from Vandalia, and Brian Malcolm from St. Louis. Newcomers vying for posi- tions on the squad include freshmen Chris Fagiano, Ba- tavia, Ill., guard; Erick Goewey, Griggsville, forward; Tim Pounce, LaGrange, Ill. guard; David Wiesemann, Palmyra guard; and sopho- more transfers Jody Shoop, Quincy center and Mark Wise, Rock Island, Ill., forward. "The first part of our preseason practice will consist only of fundamentals," said Hall. "We won't get into team offense and defenses until the second or third week of difficult barrier to overcome, according to Hall. Culver- Stockton will play five teams that were involved in pest- season play last year. The schedule also includes NCAA opponent Austin Peay Univer- sity and Quincy College, which finished the season third in the NAIA's national tournament. "No one game is any more important than the other, but they will all be tough," said Hall. "Our main goal is to be competitive in every game we play." The Wildcats will open their season in Lamoni, Iowa and then play three consecutive games at home, beginning with a Nov. 27 contest with Avila College. practice." m. mmm,mO / Hall said it appears that the Wildcats' strengths will be "  [Ug "" am...  experience and depth at guard, while rebounding and 'defense are phases the team CANTON. MO. must work hard on. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 Hall is also concerned about the lack of forwards and i '' centers available first semes- /. _ ter. Because of the transfer  . status, Shoop and Wise won't ' k. -_ .. be eligible to play until the second semester, which be- glnsJan. 6. i  "We should be a lot stronger the second half of the season with the eligibility of the two transfer students," said Hall. "We will have only four front-line players available  C[gSiO the first semester and we may be without two of our guards for the first semester because of academic problems. But we don't plan to change our style roy G  roWS m m of play during the season." Kearns 224 and 550 The Wildcats' schedule 'mm'wm,// Noha Ind. 694 647 635 across the Tri-State area are expected to take part in the could also prove to be a Canton Metal 642 756 623 Quincy Herald-Whig Fall Run, Hartzell 177 and 49 set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. Get a Moormans 782 737 716 Doubler 790,757 747 28, at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. than qmck Schlager 193,.Unmisig488 Registration for the eight- Pin Up League division meet will open at 9  ., Homer Dozing 668 653 708 a.m. the day of the event at starts with C&L Sales 690 624 662 the Veterans Home, on 12th Barry 174, Hoewing 475 Street north of Locust. MFAExchange 677 650 626 There isnoentry fee and all MFA Beef Starters CantouIns. 647 662 694 finishers will receive an Humphrey 170, Job 421 award. The first five finishers McKenzieAuto 619 658 675 AyersOilereRes 561 559 606 J. Scott & McCormick 173, J. Scott 445 Coffee Shop 652 635 636 Midtown66 689 658 636 Unmlsig 171 and 466 Lipstick League Berhorst & Sons 673 598 692 Martin-Propst 696 607 705 Lowe 177 and 443 Freeman Corner 650 711 664 Hornet Care 724 642 721 Harsell 170, Collins 470 Reserve Lffe 626 648 641 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 636 625 632 Meyer 191 and 522 Eagles 641 620 675 EllisonElectric 545 650 610 Childress 159 and 452 KountryManor 779 675 805 Metropolitan 751 664 785 Kennedy 189 and in each of the eight races will earn a trophy. All others will receive ribbons. Events will be: grade school girls (eighth grade and younger) mile; grade school boys mile; high school girls two mile; high school boys two mile. Women's open two mile; men's open four mile; wo- men's masters (age 40 and older) two mile; men's mas- ters two mile. Most events will be contest- ed on the roads through the scenic Veterans Home grounds. Persons interested in secur- ing more information about the event may contact Brian Cooper, The Quincy Herald- Whig, 130 S. Fifth, Quincy, Ill. 62301. (217) 223-5100. MFA Feeder Calf Starter or MFA Yearling Cattle Starter, combined with good animal health practices, gives you a moncy-making MFA Starting Program to: get feeders and yearlings on full-feed the first day. overcome shipping stress. supply roughage, protein, energy, vitamins, minerals and andbiotics needed for thrifty gains. With extra value in every ton All MFA, Inc. branded cattle and dairy feeds purchased through February 1979 earn valuable cowhide coupons. Coupons you can redeem for exciting gifts ... household items, tools, even a Hawaiian vacation. Get complete details right away. TRAP SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 s.n. Fo.ow,.o ,., s.oo00 . FA Exchange - Canton 2U-4404 MFA Exchange. Williamstown 2 to 6 P.M. A Trophy Shoot will also be held. Anyone may participae. travel to Tarkio road game Sat. College, a 63-0 win, will try its winning ways against Tarkio Col- Tarkio. will be the last the season for who moved their 2-4 with their romp Nazarene week in Olathe, Culver-Stock- 463 yards of while a stingy only nine total offense and Yards rushing. been working well now for several last week's game time we've been togeth- said Wildcat Jerry Maulin. looked better and our defense a steady job." rushing at- shown the most in recent weeks. has gained 1,400 yards on the this season, but up over 1,005 yards last three games better than a carry. experience and the two factors for our ," said two starters season's offensive this year and it a while for every- together. The now believe which was one missing when the season began. Now they are confident that they can move the football on anyone." Quincy freshman Jeff Well- man was again the Wildcats' leading rusher, running for 116 yards and two touch- downs. He played very little the second half. Wellman now has rushed for over 100 yards in each of the last three games. Maulin said that he was also please with the performances of St. Louis junior Hank Collins, who also scored two touchdowns, and Wilmington, Del., sophomore Mike Ro- mack who averaged almost five yards a carry. One of the most pleasant developments from the game was the performance of St. Louis freshman George West- brook at running back. Westbrook ran for 82 yards on 14 carries and caught two passes for 40 yards and one touchdown. Culver-Stockton's defense will also be up against an outstanding offense. Tarkio College was ranked eighth in the nation in rushing last week and was ranked as high as second in the nation until injuries hit the Owl's back- field. Tarkio will bring a 3-3 record into the game after last week's 31-0 loss to Graceland College last week. Graceland also defeated Culver-Stockton earlier in the season, 18-13. The Owls lead the series between the two schools 17-14-3, including last season's 24-7 victory over the Wildcats in Canton. and have won eight Bowling Nero Team Reports In the Lewis County League, Dennis Ludwig hit a 220 game, 510 series as Freeman's Corner won 2 games from KQCA Radio. Mike Sellers rolled a 214 game and Fox River Outlaws won 2 games from Fleer Feed Service. Denny Danforth a 531 series as Standard Machine took 2 games from Tonnies Farm Bureau Insurance. Glenn Bai- ley bowling a 510 series led Moormans to 2 games over Ayers Oilers. Dean Gower with a 208 game blasted a 543 series and Chuck Gnus a 511 series as Hinton Trucking shut out Carpet Wagon. The A Division results showed Ray Clay hitting a 541 series for Bank of LaBelle and Darrell Johnston hitting a 506 for Busy Bee Cafe as the teams split points. Harold Novinger hit the pins for a 203 game, 546 series and Ken Bailey a 503 as Bailey's Funeral Home shut out T&S Sales and Service. Jim Har- scher a 503 series, Warren Taylor a 508 series, Don Sykes a 211 game 577 series as Reserve Life Insurance won 3 points from Paul's Mobil Service. Tim Fleer rolled a 524 series for Lewistown Bank but LaGrange SuPer Valu won 3 points. Norman Brlscoe a 505 series and Richard Welker games of 202, 201 for a 577 series as Bevans Garage won 4 points over Hinton Trucking. Eddie Maples hit a 208 game, 511 series which led Martin-Propst to a 4 point win over Canton Marine Towing in the B Division. Panther's Pub shut out B&H TV. Jim L. of the last nine games with Culver-Stockton. The Wildcats return home next week to host the Peru State Bobcats as part of Culver-Stockton's Homecoming Weekend. Spurgeon rolling a S series led Jim's to 3 points over Superior Steel. Superior had Bruce Uhlmeyer a 539 series and Monty Kearns a 224 game, 550 series. Ed Hartzell rolled a 499 series as Canton Metal Works and Noba An- imal Industries split points. Double R Electronics shut out Moormans. In Monday Early League " action Eagles, led by Tom Johnson's 217 and 562 took 4 points from Tournear Roofing. Palmyra Saving with 504 by Layton Otto, 557 by Gary Lupardus took 3 points from Canton Locker. Willie White had a 215 for the Locker. Ayers Oil Co. blanked Jack- sons. Fred Shaw a 202 and Larry Johnson 204 and 574 led Ayers. A. Manley a 203 and 528 led the Jackson team. Van Agencies took 3 points from Great River Realty. Bill Tiedeman 201 and 545 for Van. Dennis Ludwig a 513 for Great River Realty. Maywoed Fire Department took 4 points over Thompson Imp. Dale Eisen- berg had a 538 for the fire department. Monday Early League Eagles 753 760 72{ TournearRoofing718 741 675 Johnson 217 and 562 Canton Locker 716 832 688 Palmyra Saving 841 760 766 White 215, Lupardus 557 Jacksons 777 757 71 Ayers Oil Co. 795 863 801 Manley & Johnson 203, Johnson 574 Grt. Rvr. Realty 812 764 77 Van Agencies 807 775 804 Tiedemann 201 and 545 MaywoodFD 753 729 780 Thompson Imp. 756 708 765 Eisenberg 192 and 538 Lewis County League Freeman Corner 848 748 682 KQCARadio 711 763 675 Ludwig 220 and 510 Fleer Feed 722 775 742 00000000LA00ND.0000AUCTI agreeable partition sale by auction of real estate in Clark County, Missouri, owned by AILEEN M. BURK, of Wyaconda, Missouri, now deceased, of 275.58 acres, more or less, will be offered in two tracts of 115.58 and 160 acres, respectively. The sale will be held at the front door of the House in Kahoka, Missouri on Saturday, October 28 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A.M. 1:115.8 acres, more or less, Township 64 North, Rmqle 9 West two miles south of Wyaconda, q] 1   ri bounded on the east side by- -  ...... " .@p. Highway Route A and on the --.-,en "" --ebyaroaddesignatedasRoute ,y.. _ . . f described as follows, to-wit:  one-fourth of the SW Quarter . , L__ South one-half of the SE . ;J'-['_. ,.,_ all in Section 7, Township 64 Range 9 West, and a triangular out of the SW corner of the one-half of the SE Quarter of said 7. 2:160 acres, more or less, located and one-half miles south of Missouri with the Northeast thereof at r/w of Me. Supp. Route A and bounded on the by County rock road legally as follows, to-wit: All of the SE of Section 19, Township 64 Range 9 West. Ten (10%) par cent of bids will with J. Patrick Wheeler, for estate, to be held in trust the closing of the sale upon of title and delivery of War- I:kled to be completed as soon as after sale. Taxes for 1978 and rs will be paid by Seller. Aileen M. Burk Estate JERRY MILLER, Kahoka, Me. Contact auctioneer, Tel. 816-727-3680 Jk Moore, Wyaconda, Me., Tel. 816-479-5652 for more Information or for a of the land. For more information on the legal status of the title, contact ATRICK WHEELER, Attorney, Canton, Me., 314 N. 11th St., Tel. Coach meets fine up Culver-Stockton's first-year conch Gene Hall, greets 15 players as the Wildcats begin preparations for the 1978-79 basketball season. The season will feature an ll-game home schedule, with the Wildcats attempting to better last season's 13-15 record. ClSpractice begins wit 3 starters back Culver-Stockton College be- gan preparations for its 64th basketball season Monday as 15 players were greeted by the Wildcats' new coach Gene Hall. The group included six lettermen and three returning FROutlaws 753 817 735 M. Sellers 214 and 494 Std. Machine 788 785 817 Tonnies FB Ins. 710 808 767 Franks 199, DaRforth 531 Moormans 775 834 779 AyersOilers 795 754 632 Bailey 193 and 510 Carpet Wagon 655 754 816 HintonTrucking 778 798 847 Cower 200 and 543 Town & Country League A Division Bank of LaBelle 712 763 783 Busy Bee 756 746 764 Clay 167 and 541 Bailey's Funeral 850 791 818 T&SSales 797 684 789 Novinger 203 and 546 Reserve Life 823 908 794 Paul's Mobil 791 803 896 Sykes 211 and 557 LG Super Valu 775 785 740 I,ewimwnBm,,k 680. 742 740 Tim Fleer 178 and 524 BevansGarage 833 782 913 HintonTrucking 7m 770 643 Welker 2O2 and 577 Town & Country League B Division Canton Towing 659 620 639 MartiPropst 834 688 708 Maples 208 and 511 B&H TV 575 584 568 Panthers Pub 590 648 642 Harmon 163 and 470 Superior Steel 765 865 739 No. 5 826 820 796 starters from last season's 13-15 team. They open a 24-game season Nov. 25 against Graceland College. "The players have been involved in a running and conditioning program since Sept. 18, so I think they are eagerly looking forward to beginning practice," said Hall. "They'll have to work hard to adapt to our new offensive and defensive tech- niques and I expect a high level of competition to develop for all starting positions." Although the Wildcats will return three starters and three other part-time starters from last year's squad, Hall said that it would have no bearing on who would start this season. Heading the group of re- turnees is Quincy junior John Ernst. He led Culver-Stockton in scoring last season, averag- ing 18.2 points a game, and was selected to the district's special-mention unit following the season. He was also the team's third-leading rebound- er. Other returning starters include Kansas City senior "Steve " Hill and Charleston, S.C., Mike Smith as the guards. David Gaither, Belle- ville, Ill., senior, Steve Mueh- lenfeld, Quincy sophomore, and Mike Oelze, St. Louis junior round out the group of Fall run set for Oct. 28 in Quincy Runners and joggers from returning lettermen. Three other squad members return from last year's team. They are junior guards Curt Hogge from Quincy, Charlie Jennings from Vandalia, and Brian Malcolm from St. Louis. Newcomers vying for posi- tions on the squad include freshmen Chris Fagiano, Ba- tavia, Ill., guard; Erick Goewey, Griggsville, forward; Tim Pounce, LaGrange, Ill. guard; David Wiesemann, Palmyra guard; and sopho- more transfers Jody Shoop, Quincy center and Mark Wise, Rock Island, Ill., forward. "The first part of our preseason practice will consist only of fundamentals," said Hall. "We won't get into team offense and defenses until the second or third week of difficult barrier to overcome, according to Hall. Culver- Stockton will play five teams that were involved in pest- season play last year. The schedule also includes NCAA opponent Austin Peay Univer- sity and Quincy College, which finished the season third in the NAIA's national tournament. "No one game is any more important than the other, but they will all be tough," said Hall. "Our main goal is to be competitive in every game we play." The Wildcats will open their season in Lamoni, Iowa and then play three consecutive games at home, beginning with a Nov. 27 contest with Avila College. practice." m. mmm,mO / Hall said it appears that the Wildcats' strengths will be "  [Ug "" am...  experience and depth at guard, while rebounding and 'defense are phases the team CANTON. MO. must work hard on. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1978 Hall is also concerned about the lack of forwards and i '' centers available first semes- /. _ ter. Because of the transfer  . status, Shoop and Wise won't ' k. -_ .. be eligible to play until the second semester, which be- glnsJan. 6. i  "We should be a lot stronger the second half of the season with the eligibility of the two transfer students," said Hall. "We will have only four front-line players available  C[gSiO the first semester and we may be without two of our guards for the first semester because of academic problems. But we don't plan to change our style roy G  roWS m m of play during the season." Kearns 224 and 550 The Wildcats' schedule 'mm'wm,// Noha Ind. 694 647 635 across the Tri-State area are expected to take part in the could also prove to be a Canton Metal 642 756 623 Quincy Herald-Whig Fall Run, Hartzell 177 and 49 set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. Get a Moormans 782 737 716 Doubler 790,757 747 28, at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. than qmck Schlager 193,.Unmisig488 Registration for the eight- Pin Up League division meet will open at 9  ., Homer Dozing 668 653 708 a.m. the day of the event at starts with C&L Sales 690 624 662 the Veterans Home, on 12th Barry 174, Hoewing 475 Street north of Locust. MFAExchange 677 650 626 There isnoentry fee and all MFA Beef Starters CantouIns. 647 662 694 finishers will receive an Humphrey 170, Job 421 award. The first five finishers McKenzieAuto 619 658 675 AyersOilereRes 561 559 606 J. Scott & McCormick 173, J. Scott 445 Coffee Shop 652 635 636 Midtown66 689 658 636 Unmlsig 171 and 466 Lipstick League Berhorst & Sons 673 598 692 Martin-Propst 696 607 705 Lowe 177 and 443 Freeman Corner 650 711 664 Hornet Care 724 642 721 Harsell 170, Collins 470 Reserve Lffe 626 648 641 Don'sGrd. Ldr. 636 625 632 Meyer 191 and 522 Eagles 641 620 675 EllisonElectric 545 650 610 Childress 159 and 452 KountryManor 779 675 805 Metropolitan 751 664 785 Kennedy 189 and in each of the eight races will earn a trophy. All others will receive ribbons. Events will be: grade school girls (eighth grade and younger) mile; grade school boys mile; high school girls two mile; high school boys two mile. Women's open two mile; men's open four mile; wo- men's masters (age 40 and older) two mile; men's mas- ters two mile. Most events will be contest- ed on the roads through the scenic Veterans Home grounds. Persons interested in secur- ing more information about the event may contact Brian Cooper, The Quincy Herald- Whig, 130 S. Fifth, Quincy, Ill. 62301. (217) 223-5100. MFA Feeder Calf Starter or MFA Yearling Cattle Starter, combined with good animal health practices, gives you a moncy-making MFA Starting Program to: get feeders and yearlings on full-feed the first day. overcome shipping stress. supply roughage, protein, energy, vitamins, minerals and andbiotics needed for thrifty gains. With extra value in every ton All MFA, Inc. branded cattle and dairy feeds purchased through February 1979 earn valuable cowhide coupons. Coupons you can redeem for exciting gifts ... household items, tools, even a Hawaiian vacation. Get complete details right away. TRAP SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22 s.n. Fo.ow,.o ,., s.oo00 . FA Exchange - Canton 2U-4404 MFA Exchange. Williamstown 2 to 6 P.M. A Trophy Shoot will also be held. Anyone may participae.