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ORTS NEWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, November 7, 1985, Page ]C ars lose finale; still hold ce for playoff posihon a 14-10 upset loss to South Friday nht, the Highland are still very much in the football playoff picture. contest, a poor start did the 6-3 Cougars iL After 'e opening Uckoff, t On a fourth and short, hall over to the Cardinals I South Shelby a first and I0 yard line. Five plays Cardinals crossed the goal lead after the 2-point success. continued to elude the the first quarter and much quarter, while South their lead to 14-0 on a TD S:30 remaining until finally erased the zero Off of the scoreboard on a TD Hinkle to Roger who later left the game with injury. Greg Legsde.'s catch made it 14-8 South 4:11 left in the half and the score stood at 14-8 for all of the and most of the fourth made a move kt in the game after they recovered a Cardinal fumble. The Congars drove the hall from their own yard line down to the South Shelby eight yard line. With 3:07 left, Highland had a fLrst and goal and was threatenin to tie o€ better yet take the lead, but the Cougar offense failed to push it across, leaving the score at 14-8 with 1:25 to go. The Cmars finally managed to score, however, it was the defense, not the offeme, that put the points on the board. After holding South Shelby on the first three downs, the Card's quarterback took an intentional safety and the lead was cut to 14-10, which was the final score of the contest. Offensively, the Cougars were led by Alderton, who caught six passes for 86 yards. Myron Hopson carried the hal] 18 times for 88 yards, while Doug Mullonix rushed for 53 yards. Off the defensive side, Ron Hinton had 10 unassisted tackles followed by Rusty Chill/on with seven and Hopson with six. HiglKand's leas left them in a tie with South Shelby for third in the final standings of the Clarence Cannon Con- ference. Louisiana took the conference championship with a 14-7 victory over Macon. A playcff berth is still possible due to losses last week by Hermann High School and Sullivan High School from District 4. Official annotmcement o( who will face number I Macon in the District 4 playoff will not be made until after this Friday's games, even though Highland's regular season is over. If Highland earns the playoff spot, they would face co[fference Macon at Macon Wednesday, Nov. 13, in a rematch. Macon beat Highland earlier this year b6. Highland's statistics after finishing out their regular season show that Hopson led the team in rushing with 485 yards on 129 carries and four TDs followed by Hinkle with 59 carries for 364 yards and six TDs. Sophomore Mul]enix also contributed 294 yards on 69 carries and one TD. In the passing game, Hinkle threw for 1,413 yards and 13 touchdowns this year in nine games, as compared to 1,411 yards last season in 10 games. Catching the most of Hinkle's passes was Alderten who had 41 recepous for 745 yards and nine TDs. Alderton also led the ream'in scoring with t points. Following  in receiving were Legsdon wi  yards on 17 catches and Kevin  with 13 catches for 217 yards. Hinkle also led the defense in inter- eeptions with six for 92 yards, and punted 29 times for a 31.52 yard average. to Baker less than before College Wild- b Baker University this past with one thing on their defeat at the When it was over, up on the scoreboard, 10st felt they had made by All-American candi- Alewino, got on the !first. With Alewine, Baker Ixsession 75 yards A1ewino took it the final with 11:45 left in the first Frazier added the kick sky went down in the second quarter with torn cartilage in his right knee. The 6'4"' senior will miss the season's final game against William Jewell next week, as he will undergo examination and possible surgery this week. Baker next scored with just over 10 minutes gone in the third quarter, when Frazier connected on a 37-yard field goal to make it 17-6. The Wildcats kept Baker pinned iuside their 20-yard line after a McCarthy punt was downed on the roar-yard line. The Wildcats fumbled that chance away on the first play from • scrimmage, when Toney Arrington and  aee. _:_o mishancllad the exdmnge. with 50 seconds leL He Baker and Alewine took advantage of from quarterback and bulled into the end two yards away. Frazier and it was 14-0. looked like the Wildcats "belly-up," sophomore Enrico spotted senior Steve Willett open for a pass. Baker's blocked Hank Me- tra point attempt and the ,14-6 at the half. kill.teams were statisticany m o passing department, but ,sW. by Alewine, more than the Wildcat miscue, as Alewine scored his third touchdown of the day, this one from five yards out. Frazier's kick made it 24-6. Baker connected on big fourth quarter plays. Rampy hit on two touchdown passes, one a 44-yard strike to flanker Phil Harmon with 14:37 left in the game, and the other a 50-yard strike to split end George ILP'rance three minutes later. C-S added to their score with 4:25 left in the game. Enrico connected with sophomore flanker John Frede- ricks for an eight-yard touchdown. Tailback Andy Rudolph carried it in touchdown. Frazier's kick made the final score 44-14. The Wildcats now have a season record of 2-7 and an 2-4 mark in the Heart of Amenea Attuedc Conference. The team will close out its 1985 schedule this weekend against the William Jewel] Cardinals in Liberty, Mo. The Cardinals defeated the Wildcats 40-0 last season in Canton. Game time will he 1:30. Conference Records 1. Mid-America Nazarene 5-1 6-2 Baker 5-1 6-2 William Jewell 5-I 6-2 2. Missouri Valley 3-3 4-4 3. C-S - 2-4 2-7 Tarkio  3-6 Graceland 2-4 5-4 8. Central Methodist 0-6 2-7 This Week's Schedule C-S at William Jewell, 1:50 Baker at Central Methodist, 1:50 Mo. Valley at Mid-America Naza- rene, 1:50 Graceland at Tarkio, 1:30 Last Week's Results William Jewel] defeated Mid-Amer- ica Nazarene, 27-10 Baker defeated C-S, 44-14 Missouri Valley defeated Tarkio, 30-14 Graceland defeated Central Metho- dist, 41-7 ! / • / Missouri quail hunters will open their season Nov. 1 north of the Missouri River, with a daily limit of eight, possession limit of 16. The northern zone season will close Jan, 1. South of the Missouri River, the season will be Nov. 10 through Jan. 10, with a daily bag of six, possession limit of 12. (Department of Conservation photo) Duck stamps help wildlife Duck Stamps buy wetlands for wildlife. Now they can earn money for conservation-minded manufacturers because of a new provision allowing the colorful Duck Stamp image to be reproduced on retail items. Under recently approved federal legislation, the Interior Department's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service can now grant special licenses to provide companies and individuals to feature the national waterfowl stamp on collectible items such as posters and artwork, commemorative medallions, ..I kles and patches. In return, those reproducing the Duck Stamp's image must pay approximately I0 percent of the retail purchase price of their Duck Stamp products to the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund. This money will be used by the Fish and Wildlife Service to acquire vital wetlands for addition to the National Wildlife Refuge System. Sale of the $7.50 Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp is used as a way of generating funds from sportsmen and other conserva- tionists for waterfowl conservation. Turkey season results in That is less than the 12,327 fall torkeys taken in the record year, 1983, but coupled with this spring's record 24,772, the 19es total of 36,924 is the most wild turkeys taken in modern times and probably ever. The north central region led in birds with 3,155, followed by the northeast with 2,251, then the east dentral with 2,221 and central at 1,600. Missouri fall turkey hunters finally broke out of a rut and fulfilled wildlife biologist guestimates that the state's wild turkeys had a good nesting son. Hunters took 12,152 birds in the Oct. 14-27 shotgun season, up 2,118 from last year's 10,04. Hunters have been stuck at about the 10,000 bird level for several years. Pom Pon member " at the home basketball perform Jennifer Brown, a freshman at games. Semi.-finals end of CS volleyball road The Culver-Stockton volleyball Wild- cats ended their season in the senti-final round of the NAIA District 16 playoffs this past weekend. The Wildcats finished the season with a 32-13 record. They had advanced to the top four in the district for the semi-final action with a 2-1 record from pool action Friday night. They lost the first match to Rockhurst College two games 15-3, 15-11. The Wildcats defeated Drury two of three games losing the first match 17-15, and winning 15-12 and 15-7. The last match of the evening with Missouri Baptist College gave C-S two of three wins 15-11, 13-15, and 15-9. The Wildcats were then defeated by tournament hosts Missouri Western College by 15-6 and 15-4 scores. Missouri Western went on to defeat Rockhurst for the championship. Prior to the weekend playoffs, the Wildcats finished their regular season by downing Blackburn and Washington University in a triangular match Oct. 29. Wildcat seniors, parents, and fans were honored after the Oct. 29 games. The seniors include Susie Brans, tri-captain and hitter, Odell, Ill.; Kellie Cox, passer, Pittsfield; Deanna Linke- mann, setter and tri-captain, Bowen; and Leah Buckert, manager, West Point, Ill. Coach Geno Hall called coaching of this squad a "highlight of my coaching career. This squad was exceptional over-achievers, which led to a high degree of team unity and spirit and undoubtedly led to our success." This was the fourth straight year the Wildcats have qualified for playoffs, and second straight they have finished in the semi-finals. • h E00ght grade completes fall grid season The Highland 8th grade football team recently defeated host Schuyler County 14-0. The defensive effort was led by tackle leader Marlin Dade and the fine cornerback play of Glen Maples. ' other defensive highlights include a fumble recovery by line- hacker Greg Schutte and quarterback • sacks by Jim Lillard and Jim Stand- bridge. The offensive charge was led by Jason Hall's 50 yard touchdown run and Dade's two point conversion in the first quarter and a third quarter 01 yard touchdown run by Schutte behind the blocking of center Jason Geisen. dorfer, guard Richard Stice, and tackle Mike Mohr. This game concludes a very successful season for the 8th grade Cougar football team. On the season these young men had four wins and one less, outscoring their opponents , Wildcats' rushing yardage. ,!lhed for more than 100 for the two-point conversion. Culver-Stockton College, has been Brown is the daughter of Dr. and 157-52. Coaches Bob Hlbotham and , C' qtt rust half. . ._ Baker's final score came with just 12 selected as a member of the Pom Pon Mrs. Bobert Brown o( Canton. She is a Mark Kitzing were especially pleased 'iy  the most telling blow m me seconds left when cornerback Marion :’ame to the Wildcats when Kelley stepped in front of an Enrico PP0T 0 TEAMS Squad. 189 graduate of Canton R-V High with the development of these young The peru pm squad performed at the School and has an undecided major at men as players and as people. Other ,or ..d .-o ... Jim g---e/m- "ed a ""-- 15 ..... c ........ ints * -." sesson include Kevin Baker, I)evin _ ... _purg rvu n m© rnar-m y won mr pu rom T  - -- Bi'"  "--" ..... ,.r,|, -- Spurgeon a 529 series,, and Jeff Shuman CIA , 015 985 1018 series and Cathy Hdfman a 178 game S Sales. Ted Srn a 201 game and ru,, ..,_,, cas,o/..or..laY,o.uIm._a i.. a $01 series for O.C.s. Dottie's OFC  960 807 1B86 as Palmvr Sai.., won 3 - i from Ra" Cla-. a "°" series for ’ - ° uawu, nawn uencn, hrk ’ge G , .... . t,e , , -- .o; __,jas ....... Rutherfords 790 846 928 Brumback 17gand4&l Superior Steel. Lloyd B0Udreau a 202 T&S :! 801 943 738 .o=mm. , I" UE A 1067  O.C.'s 707 772 771 Eagles Aux. • 962 872 921 game-515 series for Superior steel, pharmacy i 864 880 823 -  , 946 975 9 Derails Nichols a 538 series, Charles CMT 939  973 Superior 783 8( 834 Bob Parr tk'03 game  series   DeWitt a 208 game $01 series and Tonnies 174 and 480 and 504 Palmyra .7t 881 873 and Maurice res a 205 and 564  v  Junior Gipson a 519 series to lead VFW Pierce 985 1014 97 Milton Baumprdner bowled a 203 series as Da Funeral Homes won  • [] • 989 10 07 145 and 412 to a shutout over Buckwalter Truck, LSS 944 927 870 game SlS series and Bill Unmisig a 212 three points er Hinton Trucking. Don F • . • GUE ing. Dale Neisen a 41e series tor Childress 190and 498  and 524 as Pape Welding w 3 points Sherwood a  game for Hintous. .  Buckwalters - from Highland Market. Charlie De Davis 801 836 907   .  5715  " 55! mm ut . LIPSTICK LEAGUE • "" "   ' GI "k-- • '*- 1 " M. Witt a 524 series for the Market. 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Five plays Cardinals crossed the goal lead after the 2-point success. continued to elude the the first quarter and much quarter, while South their lead to 14-0 on a TD S:30 remaining until finally erased the zero Off of the scoreboard on a TD Hinkle to Roger who later left the game with injury. Greg Legsde.'s catch made it 14-8 South 4:11 left in the half and the score stood at 14-8 for all of the and most of the fourth made a move kt in the game after they recovered a Cardinal fumble. The Congars drove the hall from their own yard line down to the South Shelby eight yard line. With 3:07 left, Highland had a fLrst and goal and was threatenin to tie o€ better yet take the lead, but the Cougar offense failed to push it across, leaving the score at 14-8 with 1:25 to go. The Cmars finally managed to score, however, it was the defense, not the offeme, that put the points on the board. After holding South Shelby on the first three downs, the Card's quarterback took an intentional safety and the lead was cut to 14-10, which was the final score of the contest. Offensively, the Cougars were led by Alderton, who caught six passes for 86 yards. Myron Hopson carried the hal] 18 times for 88 yards, while Doug Mullonix rushed for 53 yards. Off the defensive side, Ron Hinton had 10 unassisted tackles followed by Rusty Chill/on with seven and Hopson with six. HiglKand's leas left them in a tie with South Shelby for third in the final standings of the Clarence Cannon Con- ference. Louisiana took the conference championship with a 14-7 victory over Macon. A playcff berth is still possible due to losses last week by Hermann High School and Sullivan High School from District 4. Official annotmcement o( who will face number I Macon in the District 4 playoff will not be made until after this Friday's games, even though Highland's regular season is over. If Highland earns the playoff spot, they would face co[fference Macon at Macon Wednesday, Nov. 13, in a rematch. Macon beat Highland earlier this year b6. Highland's statistics after finishing out their regular season show that Hopson led the team in rushing with 485 yards on 129 carries and four TDs followed by Hinkle with 59 carries for 364 yards and six TDs. Sophomore Mul]enix also contributed 294 yards on 69 carries and one TD. In the passing game, Hinkle threw for 1,413 yards and 13 touchdowns this year in nine games, as compared to 1,411 yards last season in 10 games. Catching the most of Hinkle's passes was Alderten who had 41 recepous for 745 yards and nine TDs. Alderton also led the ream'in scoring with t points. Following  in receiving were Legsdon wi  yards on 17 catches and Kevin  with 13 catches for 217 yards. Hinkle also led the defense in inter- eeptions with six for 92 yards, and punted 29 times for a 31.52 yard average. to Baker less than before College Wild- b Baker University this past with one thing on their defeat at the When it was over, up on the scoreboard, 10st felt they had made by All-American candi- Alewino, got on the !first. With Alewine, Baker Ixsession 75 yards A1ewino took it the final with 11:45 left in the first Frazier added the kick sky went down in the second quarter with torn cartilage in his right knee. The 6'4"' senior will miss the season's final game against William Jewell next week, as he will undergo examination and possible surgery this week. Baker next scored with just over 10 minutes gone in the third quarter, when Frazier connected on a 37-yard field goal to make it 17-6. The Wildcats kept Baker pinned iuside their 20-yard line after a McCarthy punt was downed on the roar-yard line. The Wildcats fumbled that chance away on the first play from • scrimmage, when Toney Arrington and  aee. _:_o mishancllad the exdmnge. with 50 seconds leL He Baker and Alewine took advantage of from quarterback and bulled into the end two yards away. Frazier and it was 14-0. looked like the Wildcats "belly-up," sophomore Enrico spotted senior Steve Willett open for a pass. Baker's blocked Hank Me- tra point attempt and the ,14-6 at the half. kill.teams were statisticany m o passing department, but ,sW. by Alewine, more than the Wildcat miscue, as Alewine scored his third touchdown of the day, this one from five yards out. Frazier's kick made it 24-6. Baker connected on big fourth quarter plays. Rampy hit on two touchdown passes, one a 44-yard strike to flanker Phil Harmon with 14:37 left in the game, and the other a 50-yard strike to split end George ILP'rance three minutes later. C-S added to their score with 4:25 left in the game. Enrico connected with sophomore flanker John Frede- ricks for an eight-yard touchdown. Tailback Andy Rudolph carried it in touchdown. Frazier's kick made the final score 44-14. The Wildcats now have a season record of 2-7 and an 2-4 mark in the Heart of Amenea Attuedc Conference. The team will close out its 1985 schedule this weekend against the William Jewel] Cardinals in Liberty, Mo. The Cardinals defeated the Wildcats 40-0 last season in Canton. Game time will he 1:30. Conference Records 1. Mid-America Nazarene 5-1 6-2 Baker 5-1 6-2 William Jewell 5-I 6-2 2. Missouri Valley 3-3 4-4 3. C-S - 2-4 2-7 Tarkio  3-6 Graceland 2-4 5-4 8. Central Methodist 0-6 2-7 This Week's Schedule C-S at William Jewell, 1:50 Baker at Central Methodist, 1:50 Mo. Valley at Mid-America Naza- rene, 1:50 Graceland at Tarkio, 1:30 Last Week's Results William Jewel] defeated Mid-Amer- ica Nazarene, 27-10 Baker defeated C-S, 44-14 Missouri Valley defeated Tarkio, 30-14 Graceland defeated Central Metho- dist, 41-7 ! / • / Missouri quail hunters will open their season Nov. 1 north of the Missouri River, with a daily limit of eight, possession limit of 16. The northern zone season will close Jan, 1. South of the Missouri River, the season will be Nov. 10 through Jan. 10, with a daily bag of six, possession limit of 12. (Department of Conservation photo) Duck stamps help wildlife Duck Stamps buy wetlands for wildlife. Now they can earn money for conservation-minded manufacturers because of a new provision allowing the colorful Duck Stamp image to be reproduced on retail items. Under recently approved federal legislation, the Interior Department's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service can now grant special licenses to provide companies and individuals to feature the national waterfowl stamp on collectible items such as posters and artwork, commemorative medallions, ..I kles and patches. In return, those reproducing the Duck Stamp's image must pay approximately I0 percent of the retail purchase price of their Duck Stamp products to the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund. This money will be used by the Fish and Wildlife Service to acquire vital wetlands for addition to the National Wildlife Refuge System. Sale of the $7.50 Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp is used as a way of generating funds from sportsmen and other conserva- tionists for waterfowl conservation. Turkey season results in That is less than the 12,327 fall torkeys taken in the record year, 1983, but coupled with this spring's record 24,772, the 19es total of 36,924 is the most wild turkeys taken in modern times and probably ever. The north central region led in birds with 3,155, followed by the northeast with 2,251, then the east dentral with 2,221 and central at 1,600. Missouri fall turkey hunters finally broke out of a rut and fulfilled wildlife biologist guestimates that the state's wild turkeys had a good nesting son. Hunters took 12,152 birds in the Oct. 14-27 shotgun season, up 2,118 from last year's 10,04. Hunters have been stuck at about the 10,000 bird level for several years. Pom Pon member " at the home basketball perform Jennifer Brown, a freshman at games. Semi.-finals end of CS volleyball road The Culver-Stockton volleyball Wild- cats ended their season in the senti-final round of the NAIA District 16 playoffs this past weekend. The Wildcats finished the season with a 32-13 record. They had advanced to the top four in the district for the semi-final action with a 2-1 record from pool action Friday night. They lost the first match to Rockhurst College two games 15-3, 15-11. The Wildcats defeated Drury two of three games losing the first match 17-15, and winning 15-12 and 15-7. The last match of the evening with Missouri Baptist College gave C-S two of three wins 15-11, 13-15, and 15-9. The Wildcats were then defeated by tournament hosts Missouri Western College by 15-6 and 15-4 scores. Missouri Western went on to defeat Rockhurst for the championship. Prior to the weekend playoffs, the Wildcats finished their regular season by downing Blackburn and Washington University in a triangular match Oct. 29. Wildcat seniors, parents, and fans were honored after the Oct. 29 games. The seniors include Susie Brans, tri-captain and hitter, Odell, Ill.; Kellie Cox, passer, Pittsfield; Deanna Linke- mann, setter and tri-captain, Bowen; and Leah Buckert, manager, West Point, Ill. Coach Geno Hall called coaching of this squad a "highlight of my coaching career. This squad was exceptional over-achievers, which led to a high degree of team unity and spirit and undoubtedly led to our success." This was the fourth straight year the Wildcats have qualified for playoffs, and second straight they have finished in the semi-finals. • h E00ght grade completes fall grid season The Highland 8th grade football team recently defeated host Schuyler County 14-0. The defensive effort was led by tackle leader Marlin Dade and the fine cornerback play of Glen Maples. ' other defensive highlights include a fumble recovery by line- hacker Greg Schutte and quarterback • sacks by Jim Lillard and Jim Stand- bridge. The offensive charge was led by Jason Hall's 50 yard touchdown run and Dade's two point conversion in the first quarter and a third quarter 01 yard touchdown run by Schutte behind the blocking of center Jason Geisen. dorfer, guard Richard Stice, and tackle Mike Mohr. This game concludes a very successful season for the 8th grade Cougar football team. On the season these young men had four wins and one less, outscoring their opponents , Wildcats' rushing yardage. ,!lhed for more than 100 for the two-point conversion. Culver-Stockton College, has been Brown is the daughter of Dr. and 157-52. Coaches Bob Hlbotham and , C' qtt rust half. . ._ Baker's final score came with just 12 selected as a member of the Pom Pon Mrs. Bobert Brown o( Canton. She is a Mark Kitzing were especially pleased 'iy  the most telling blow m me seconds left when cornerback Marion :’ame to the Wildcats when Kelley stepped in front of an Enrico PP0T 0 TEAMS Squad. 189 graduate of Canton R-V High with the development of these young The peru pm squad performed at the School and has an undecided major at men as players and as people. Other ,or ..d .-o ... Jim g---e/m- "ed a ""-- 15 ..... c ........ ints * -." sesson include Kevin Baker, I)evin _ ... _purg rvu n m© rnar-m y won mr pu rom T  - -- Bi'"  "--" ..... ,.r,|, -- Spurgeon a 529 series,, and Jeff Shuman CIA , 015 985 1018 series and Cathy Hdfman a 178 game S Sales. Ted Srn a 201 game and ru,, ..,_,, cas,o/..or..laY,o.uIm._a i.. a $01 series for O.C.s. Dottie's OFC  960 807 1B86 as Palmvr Sai.., won 3 - i from Ra" Cla-. a "°" series for ’ - ° uawu, nawn uencn, hrk ’ge G , .... . t,e , , -- .o; __,jas ....... Rutherfords 790 846 928 Brumback 17gand4&l Superior Steel. Lloyd B0Udreau a 202 T&S :! 801 943 738 .o=mm. , I" UE A 1067  O.C.'s 707 772 771 Eagles Aux. • 962 872 921 game-515 series for Superior steel, pharmacy i 864 880 823 -  , 946 975 9 Derails Nichols a 538 series, Charles CMT 939  973 Superior 783 8( 834 Bob Parr tk'03 game  series   DeWitt a 208 game $01 series and Tonnies 174 and 480 and 504 Palmyra .7t 881 873 and Maurice res a 205 and 564  v  Junior Gipson a 519 series to lead VFW Pierce 985 1014 97 Milton Baumprdner bowled a 203 series as Da Funeral Homes won  • [] • 989 10 07 145 and 412 to a shutout over Buckwalter Truck, LSS 944 927 870 game SlS series and Bill Unmisig a 212 three points er Hinton Trucking. Don F • . • GUE ing. Dale Neisen a 41e series tor Childress 190and 498  and 524 as Pape Welding w 3 points Sherwood a  game for Hintous. .  Buckwalters - from Highland Market. Charlie De Davis 801 836 907   .  5715  " 55! mm ut . LIPSTICK LEAGUE • "" "   ' GI "k-- • '*- 1 " M. Witt a 524 series for the Market. Hinto, 843 828 828 F _1., 0and 190 " 571 see =,,,....,. 707 '- -" ,,uue ,, , o "''--w' '' ' H'-'-- "  m s a, 1 Pape 882 791 753 Row Braum bowled a S05 series and  O r,  -  562 ........... a207-- --" u w. .. .. uavm vrgmm ooweu same t ...... nd Highland ?: 805 738 Jim Spurgeon a 203 game 576 series as  Ullaidib sees to lead Cook s Mere tore to a #, ....... rids' 894 -- -- Mary Dagga had a 46 ',eries as Paul s Mobile Service won four points.  nONICRO N. ' $68 542 " ' S uaoe  a o o - - tMIhlandlO 7 point" "qn over Fox River" Outlaws. Bill" vmtlynn ........ 0the "1 ....  = Mac's Super Saver won 3 pts from Paul's 784 788 820  , , .. m, " OX " "  ..lursmg n • •  vm .. NDAY EARLY LEAGUE    [ Maggart a 500 seri for F Rwer. Uo--.d. I'IK gt.t,d,ak .... Martin" Propst. Pete  a 179 MO  : ,M. lXED LEAGUE ....  ........  ...... =' uoox's xe 7m .............. game for Martin Prapst. '. Knaniide rm v   JUIUIEJLliOI/[JUII/k T S M4 550  =m .,... ,  . .,.,.. emmm wee wo mo ...... ,_ ........ . .. v. ..... " '"'; Ealdettes 88"/  886 Martin Propst 711 738 $07 Avers al Co     U -I LI  70 650 m I.__,WD= ER PUFF LEAGUE " lokler m and 572 Mac's 7 708 710 "Stauff- 20 and 588 ..... d HoruwrlMIr Rod hi-- --, ; IIIMI20, T. Brown 558 Mac S Girls  07 010 Elliaoll's Pk4L Liquor I 868 I TOWN & COUNTRY LEAGUE Fleer Feed 844 823 782  ,_ 0" { .M'Urant 557 SOl s78 m ms .1 0000'eam ms A Dlv00,00 " .ZMOSwine - no mt00oss "  191 and 409 Harseli&som155 and 463  9 1 Ashby 1"/8, Heindselman 478 Milton Bamngardner racked the pins Brinkiey 215 and 549 . IMtlIIATIh ,€ /!,- 0't 1"  _ LewisCo. Alract 1017890" fora251 game 509 series leading Ken's Saving Center 874 8,17 801 ps...us. , 'S 230 and 612 $40 6L 625 Cannen's Std. Sgl 17 9IS Kountry Manor  891 906 Jarvis Appliance to a shutout over Eagles 734 741 7o RUBBER BOOTS . Blackburn 173, Phillips 467 __ Wright 155, Menke 483 LaOrange Super Valu. Liuson 194 and MI " ' -, __ _ _ ' -- m m 656 LewistownBak m 913 9 Jarvls 790 821 734 Cot=Bowl ' 745 814 891  '  ,U J CantnnBank 976 l 4 TOWN &COUNTRY LEAGUE Super Valu 754 736 730 Thompson Imp. 663 823 701 , j vss -is and 89 p.ank"- Monflclo m 9' m Steve Wright hit a 50e series, Steve Warren Taylor rolled a 514 series, S mi'th =15, Ware 514  "--, ......... , - { Don Sykes a 527 series, Eston Moon a Ted s Autobody 584 668 680 , 4All/tB "  537 SiS 0 "Mlnl 914 M7 848 Ayers a 221 game 550 series and Russ 315 game 516 series and Kent Leftwich Americana Seed 847 667 714 '  (  013 $41 ...... Palmyra S & B 071 964 078 Towing shutout Pizza HuL ,our ], j, GilPin8 ffll Olsen 107 and 551 Ward a $01 sees as Canton Marino a 533 series as Grand Loader Logadon 202, Winters 4W  WOOf, IM. W(NIK. CASUAL  '-- - T -" -- m jmipmr% -- ....  2nd PAIR HALF, PRICE -. =. • .. """ -= '- CORVETTE l| £.00mo g rolled a game 551 Y Danny D.vm a m game A ufla • Fryer's Liqums .1 $01 055 split points. .. - ,.. Coats, Bibs, Pants, ' i 'JL" won 11 8 P(ts'!!"" Ydntem." Alfred Hinto a M.--AUtoMcKesgie 172 and 474 .1. 072 jKAU Melxlerss ." = 710M8 772   Ut"FS.,._..'  UFS  st*., 20° Off :, ,d m =1 ALL WORK GLOV|i 7 07 seriea for Niemanns ii oe Tonnies racked out WANT YOUI TO LOOK $HARPF  .....  .' " .-,-,-.--- .ov., ( -.... a,c,'s 00uzo soov ,sPa,, COOK S  i a 207 game 514 ,r., i -_ ,.o., -,0, qTfllll00 ..... m 8o 55t (I) SmmNG . . ; ltg&&lil IWlVilaa = m , BIBIt r.ON00US'TIOH ( " (2) LqUm :xperc Oodv  refinish mxo IIII1AI.  "TL.jT  , - fi) Yf)LJ '