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tli* Anforton H+rald 3, 9 Madison County Schools Assigned To Anderson Sectional Tournament ,.·/. ' · ' . ' : , · · · , · . · ; : - ; / · :\.,.,... i .. . . . . · ·? . ; : . , ; - ' . ... . · " ·'· ' '· ; . _ STATE'S BEST: TEAMS : : What teams do; you figure are the best ten high school fives In Indiana right now? a fan. asks. " You're asking us to crawl way out on the Hickory Stick, podner. Since you asked us to do just that, we'll mention a whole gob of 'em: V Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, Jeffersonville, Greensburg, Milan, Muncie Burns, South Bend Central, Attucks, Muncie Central, Logansport, Elwood, Washington's coming, Indianapolis Tech's no push- .over, Anderson needs more all-around scoring ability, and Fort Wayne has three fine clubs in North Side, South Side and Central. Some of the better small high school teams in this sector are: Middletown, Daleville, Mississinewa, Yorktown, Fortville and Eden. " . · ' . . · · * . * ANDERSON GETS 500 TICKETS Anderson will receive 500 tickets as its visiting team's share of ducats for the Indian-Green Wave at Tech's big gym next Friday night, reports Dave Barrow, AHS acting ticket agent. If the Indian followers get the Tech d,ucats in time, they may be placed on sale, at tonight's Bear-Redskin Wigwam party, otherwise they'll be offered over the counter of the AHS ticket office from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (as long as the things last). Coach Loren Joseph, -who stepped into the big shoes vacated by the elevation of Frank Barnes to the Shelbyville High School athletic directorship, has his problems with the Golden Bears*He has three players, Wilson, Cowherd and Brown who generally start . nearly every game, but his enigma is picking the other forward and guard. He has four boys, McNew, Cole, Mullen and Mitchell, from which to select the remaining Golden Bear starters. SPECIALIZE IN SLOW BREAK Some Anderson fans may get a bang out of the Anderson- Shelbyville short pants performers' performance tonight in the Wigwam. The present generation may not recognize the Golden Bears' specialty -- the delayed offense -- when they stack-up against the Indian five. Our modern version of basketball, meaning the souped-up variety that results in high-scoring games, has come into favor with a lot of bleacher'bugs. Shelbyville players, using a 2-out and 3-in brand, pass the ball around until its players get a reasonably good snot at the hoop. Devotees of the old-fashioned game -- dribble, pass and shoot when you get a blamed good shot -- should enjoy tonight's Bear-Indian hardwood party, * 4 + NEED MORE PUNCH There is one high school varsity cage team that two-fifths of it think the other three players, meaning two forwards and the center, should score about 60 points. Let's divide this scoring business up and carry our part of the point making, eh guards? New Plan Will Save Pupils Time Off From School INDIANAPOLIS Of--This year's Indiana high school basketball tournament will be run off with less interference with school time than ever before, despite anguished comments of vacation-minded pupils. ·Commissioner L. V. Phillips of the IHSAA; in announcing the sectional tourney plans Monday, said the Board of Control has revised the sectional schedules so ,as to conserve as much school time as possible. "We'll probably be unpopular with the kids," said the commissioner, "but we will have met the objections of school officials who have complained that the tourneys took up too much school time." Phillips pointed out that at 2J centers to which 8, 9, 10 and 1] teams are. assigned, no games will be played on school time. In 25 other tourneys only one- half day of school time will be used. Only in 10 other tourneys those to which 15 or 16 teams are assigned, will games be scheduled both in the morning and afternoon of a school day. Shelbyville's Slow Pokes Invade Wigwam For Tussle PROBABLE LINEUPS Shelbyville (4-7} Wilson (6) McNew (6-1) or Mitchell (6) Cawherd (6-2) Brown (5-10) Cole (5-10) or Mullen (5-9) Games Times: Pot. F F C G G Prelim Anderson (6-4) Streaty (6-3) Lev«rett« (6-1) Sanders (6-1) Jonei (5-10) Smith (5-11) -- Shelbyville Re- COUNTY STANDINGS W Elwood 8 Anderson St. Mary'i 7 Anderson 6 Alexandria ................ 5 lapel ' 5 Sumrnitville ,,, 5 Markleville 4 serves vs. Anderson Papooses, 6:45 p. m Main g^me -- Golden Bear* vs. Indians, 8-.15 p. m. Coach Henry Potter's Anderson 1 Indians "bump into Coach I-o-ien Joseph's s!ov;-Taoving ShelbyviUe Bears in a home stand tonight at the Wigwam. The Anderson-Shelbyville affair will be one of the many interesting games on an 11- game schedule of Madison county's nine high school quintets this week. The Redstins, shorn of their Big Four New Year's Tournament crown when ousted by New Castle in the first round of the Kokomo event, gamed some measure of satisfaction by kicking t h e daylights out of Kokomo's Wildcats for third-place consolation honors. The score was. Anderson 76, Kokomo 52. The Tribesmen are called upon to battle a team that specializes in t h e delayed offense tonight. The Shelbys haven't scored over 49 points in a single game this winter and that was their biggest total against Franklin. The Golden Bears' overall mark is 4 wins and 7 setsbacks, one of them being coming at the hands of the Franklin Grizzles" who had 56 points when the Bears put on their best scoring punch. Coach Joseph pursues the same Pendleton 3 Fronkton 1 Pet. .889 .700 .600 JOO \500 JOO .444 .333 .111 i THIS WEEK'S GAMES Tonight ShelbyvilU ot Anderson Lawrence Central at For Will a W»dn«doy Night Frankton at Northwetttrn (KoVomo Armory) Spiceland at Cad!:: McCordiville at- Eden Thursday Night Yorktown at Middletown Friday Night Anderson at Indianapolis Tech-x Marklevilfo at Anderson St. Mary's (AHS gym) Lebanon at Alexandria Hartford City at Elwood-XX Pendleton ot Fortville Eastern at SummttvilU Westfield at Frankfon Indianapolis Speedway at lapel (Pendlton gym) Daleville af Center Moareland at Spiceland Knightstown at Hagerstown-xxx Eden at New Palestine Saturday Night Middletown ot Cambridge City-xxx Carmel at Windfall (Nobleivilla gym) x--North Central Conference xx--Central Indiana Conference xxx--East Central Conferenco COLLEGE Thursday Night Oakland City at Anderson Saturday Night Anderson at Mancheiter-xxxx xxxx--Hoolier College Conference Elwood Plays Twice Coach John Ward Sr's Elwood Panthers, current leader in the Madison County standings with an impressive 8-won and 1-lost mark, ties into Coach Bob Smith's Pendleton Irish Wednesday night at Pendleton. Elwood will be at home sectional tourney centers this year These shifts involve: Attica to Covington, Martinsville to Bloom ington, Bluffton to Ossian, Rock ville to Clinton, Goshen to Nap panee, Vevay to Lawrenceburg Monticello to Wolcott, Oxford to Otterbein and Rochester to Winamac. There are four shifts in regionals as follows: Bedford to Jefferson ville, Bloomington to Martinsville, Covington to Greencastle and Vin^ cennes to Huntingburg. There have been no changes in main at Bloomington, Fort Wayne Indianapolis and Lafayette. Phillips said it now appears there will be 751 schools in this year's tournament, four less than last year and the smallest number since 1929 when 754 competed. Consolidations have led to the decline. Changes in assignments of school concern the Bedford, -Jeffersorivill and New Albany sectionals. Campbellsburg was transferred from Bedford to Jeffersonville; Leavenworth, Marengo and Milltown from Jeffersronville to New Albany; and Paoli was moved from New Albany to Bedford. This places all the school in Clark and Washington Counties at Jeffersonville and all the schools in Crawford, Floyd and Harrison counties at New Albany. The Orange County schools will )e divided with Paoli and Orleans at Bedford while French Lick and Conference Standings NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE All Oomei C»nff/enc« W I Ptf. W L Ptt. Munet* C*n. 3 0 1.000 7 3 .700 Kokomo 3 0 1.000 7 3 700 Indpls. T. 2 0 1.000 8 1 .889 Anderson 3 2 .600 6 4 .600 Logansport "1 T .500 V 3 .700 Richmond ~\, 1 .500 4 5 .444 Lafayttt. 1 2 .333 5 i .500 Frankfort 1 3 .250 6 5 .545 Marion 0 3 .000 2 8 .200 New CaitU 0 3 .000 1 8 .111 GAMES THIS WfEK Huni-.igfon at Marion Shelbyville at Anderson Frankfort at Lebanon Friday Night x-lafayette at Muncie Central x-Logansport at Kokomo x-Marion at Richmond : x-New Caifl* at Frankfort X-Anderson at Indianapolis Tech Saturday Night Indianapolis Washington at Indianapolis T*ch 1 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer at Richmond x-North Central Conference games CENTRAL INDIANA CONFERENCE Plant 7 Beats Treys To Keep Slate Clean Plant 7" nipped Plant 3, 70 to 69, Monday night in Delco-Remy Day League basketball at the Washington gym to maintain a perfect record of five successive wins and no losses in all games. Dickey's 23 points led the winners. The loss was Plant 3's first. Plant 10 bested Plants 4-8, .71-66, and Plant 11 whipped Plant 1, 7752, in other contests. Conf«r*:ic« All GomtJ CORBETT, BECK DISCUSS NEW LAMINATED BAT -- Two oldtime Anderson baseball players, Jack Corbett (left) and Zinn Beck (right), discuss the merits of a new laminated baseball bat that has been approved by organized baseball for next season. The bat, made of pieces of hickory and ash and put together by a special laminating process and manufactured by a Chattanooga, Tenn., company will not split as easily as other bats, they claim. Corbett and Beck played baseball in this city shortly after the turn of the century, the former being a prominet scout and resides in Van Nuys, Calif., while the latter is general manager of the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Lookouts of the Southern Association. They met during the recent minor league meetings held in Atlanta, Ga. Cage ScoresAC's Whip *Jf · mm B ··· By The Aitaciuted Preu COLLEGE Indiana 70, Wisconsin 67 Duke B?, South Carolina 69 Michigan S5, Ohio Si=!e 76 Colorado 66, Missouri 62 Iowa 73, Michigan State 63 Kentucky 77? Xavier 71 Nebraska 74, Iowa State 60 Wichita 77, University of Detroit 75 overtime , Maryland 72, Richmond 64 Kansas 76, Oklahoma 72 Illinois 66, Northwestern 65 Beloit 96, Wittenberg 67 Duquesne 70, Dayton 52 Navy 67, Princeton 66 'RO-NBA Sunday'* Re»ulf» Philadelphia 90, Syracuse 77 Now York 74, Fort Wayne 72 Boston 90, Baltimore 72 Only games scheduled Monday's Result* Boston 77. Baltimore 73 Rochester 85, Minneapolis 84 HIGH SCHOOL Calumet Twp. Lake Co. 47; Gary Wirt 26 (Orange). Seymour--9 Jackson; 1 Jennings; Hudson). Shelbyville--8 Shelby; Frankton To Protect Lead Cartier Scores Win Over Foe r . rf - *,,_,,.,, · Q n - h - , , 'Cartier turned in one of his best BROOKLYN, N. Y. W -- Walter Cartier, New York middleweight, scored a unanimous' 10-round de- .cision over Randy Sandy of New SUMMITVILLE -The Summit-^ before ,, i * ~ / P £ * f r fj? on !televised bout at - the Eastern Merchants 65 to 61 to protect thcirf parkw Arena Moud ni ht hold on first place in the Central; Cartier we ighed 161, Sandy, 158%. Indiana Ameteur League stand-j ings Monday night. The victory! was their eighth in nine starts.! .. ,, ' . on ar r., fjp 1 T, , (round on, despite cuts over both for the winners while Idle, Parker i ' y and Etchison:%-e r e outstanding! for the losers. The Summitville All-Stars bowed to'the fast Yorktown K. of P's. 66 £ to 53, in the second loop contest, i JLJ--*~- illman, R. MeCord and T. Vetor ;Hoppes f paced the All-Star attack while JGiiimon, Swanger, W. Beeman, Fadely W L Pel. W L Elwood 4 0 1.000 8 1 Muncie B. 3 0 1.000 8 2 Hertford C. 2 1 .667 6 4 Alexandria 3 2 .600 5 5 Peru, 3 2 .600 6 2 Tipton 3 2, .600 5 6 Huntington 3 3 .500 7 3 Wabosh 2 2 .500 7 3 Monticollo 1 2 .333 3 7 Rochester 1 3 .250 6 5 Warsaw 0 2 .000 5 5 Plymouth 0 6 .000 '. 9 GAMES THIS WEEK Tuesday Night Huntington at Marion South Bend Riley at Plymouth Wednesday Night Elwood at Pondleton Tipton at Shortridge Friday Night x-Wobosh at Muncie Burris x- Rochester at Peru x-Harfford City at Elwood Lebanon at Alexandria Monticello ot West Lafayette Warsaw at Knox Saturday Night x-Huntington at Muncio Burris Peru at Ft. Wayne Central x-Central Indiana Conference games EASTERN INDIANA CONFERENCE Pet, .889 .800 .600 .500 .710 .455 .700 .700 .'300 .545 .500 .100 w 8 6 8 6 8 4 8 2 PLANT 3 FG Eoke», f ................... ... 4 Croibl., f ____ ................ 1 MeCord, c .............. . ..... 1 Loopar, g ..................... 5 Moion. g ............ ......... 5 Hughei, f Porks, c . Dodd, g . FT TP 0 3 3 6 T2 12 15 10 3 Totals ... PLANT 7 Mabbitt, f . Leav»ll, f J. Loavell, c Dickey, g Widner, g . Woodruff, f Cotl«M, g . ,28 13 69 FG FT TP Totals :....23 24 70 PLANT 3 14 20 20 15-69 PLANT 7 21 14 19 16-70 Referee, Harrison. Umpire, Roberts. PLANT TO Vo», f ... Bonewitt, f Walker, c , Park*, g . Haynes, g Paul FC FT TF» .10 10 30 . 2 2 . 1 0 . 5 6 . 0 2 .4 7 6 2 16 2 15 Total* -22 27 71 PLANTS 4-i FG FT TP Erwin, f 8 6 22 Tucker, f c i z , c 1 2 4 Rayle. c .....' 5 1 11 Loose, g 3 ° 12 Hodson, g 1 1 3 White 0 2 2 Porter 0 0 0 Powers 2 2 6 Hale 2 0 4 Vance 1 0 2 Totals 23 20 66 Conference All Games PLANT 10 1 5 2 1 1817-71 prf PLANTS 4-8 19 8 22 17-64 ·8891 Referee, Roberts. Umpire, Harrison .600 .800 6001 PLANT 11 FG FT TP .727 .444 727 Rhodes, f Laurie, f Martghell! Fakes, Referee Petey Scalzo ruled it 5-4! in favor of Cartier while judges' had it i '"'.".""!',"!".""'.! 6 i Rudick were outstanding for the; Ted"'Veiar] 9 '.'I."!"!!".'.'!.'" -5 i winners. iSmoll, f 0 3 Bar- "West Baden remain in the Huntingburg sectional. Here are the sectional tourney centers and the assignment of schools to each center: Anderson--9 Madison c o u n t y schools. Bedford--10 Lawrence; 2 Orange (Orleans and Paoli). Bloomington--6 Monroe; 6 Morgan. Brazil--% Clay; 6 Owen. Clinton--10 Parke; 6 Vermillion. Dean, tholomeW. 'Baker, Sheridan--7 Hamilton; 5 Tipton. Eaton South Bend--13 St. Joseph. Sullivan--10 Sullivan. Terre Haute~16 Vigo. "Valparaiso--11 T?,orter. Versailles--9 Ripley. . Vincennes--12 Knox. Wabash--11 Wabash; 2 Whitley, (South Whitley and Washington Center). Warsaw--14 Kosciusko; 2 Whitley (Larwill and Columbia City). Washington--8 Daviess; 3 Martin; 1 Pike (Petersburg). FT TP| Winamac--8 Fulton; 6 Pulaski. Winchester--15 Randolph. Wolcott--9 White. Connersville -- 4 Fayette. 4 Regional Pairings Franklin- 3 Union. The regional centers and the sec Covington--7 Fountain; 3 War-jtional winners assigned to each ren; 1 Vermillion (Perrysville). are: Crawfordsville--11 Montgomery. Evansville--Winners at D a l e , Dale--1 Dubois (St. Ferdinand);'Evansville, Lynnville and Owens- 5 Perry; 4 Spencer. ville. Danville--12 Hendricks; 1 Marion (Speedway). Decatur--9 Adarns. Fort Wayne--15 Allen, 1 Whitley (Coesse). Frankfort--11 Clinton. Franklin--9 Johnson; 3 Brown. Fort Wayne--D e c a t u r, Fort Wayne, Garrett and Kendallville.j Greencastle--Clinton, Covington, Crawfordsville and Greencastle. Hammond--Gary, H a m m o n d , ; Michigan City and Valparaiso. Huntingburg--Huntingburg, Sulli-i Totals 19 15 53 FT T P j 5 11 ,K. OF P'S FG · 13 Swanger, f 10 ;R. Hensley, f 0 W L Ptf. Geneva 3 0 1.000 Redkey 3 0 1.000 Monmouth 2 0 1.000 Montpelier 2 1 .667 Albany 1 1 .500 Berne I I JQO Bryant 1 2 .333 Pcnnville 0 1 .000 2 6 .250 Hartford T. 0 4 .000 1 9 .100 Savage, Roll 0 4 .000 0 7 .000 '· Boll, 8 GAMSS THIS WEEK Tuesday Night X-Monmoulh ot Geneva Portland at Pennville Hartford Township or Decatur Catholic Friday Night x-Bryanf ot Albany x-Monipelier at Hartford Township x-Roil at Pennville Gray (Joy) ot Redkoy Union (Huntington) at Monmouth Berne at Warren Pleasant Mills at Geneva Saturday Night Berne at Leo x.Eastvrn Indiana Conference garnet MISSISSINEWA VALLEY CONFERENCt FG . 6 . 2 .12 . 6 . 1 . 6 Totals 33 PLANT I FG Brown, f ", 2 Harris, f 7 Bannon, c ..*...,...,, 0 Pitts, g *.. 1 Marih, g 6 Dixon, f 1 i Dickey, c 2 ! Carlson, g 1 11 n FT TP 4 8 14 g;W. Beeman, 3 ; B . Fadely, g 13 j j , Rudick. g _ i Meyers, f . 4 4 I R . Rudick, q 17i Totals j fl; ALL-STARS .. 12 !K. OF P'S ., Referee, Hoppcs. FT TPiMissislinewa 2 22iRoyerton 0 0 I Fairmount 2 121 Winchester 5 11 | Portland Confertnce W L Pet. 3 0 1.000 1 1 .530 1 1 .500 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 All Game* Pet. . . . 2 6 H 16 9 11 17-53 14 14 21 17-66 Umpire, Kirkwood. G r a n t GAMES THIS WEEK x-Wlncheilsr at Portland Eaton at Royerton -- i Fairmount and Mississinawa 66 | County Tourney at Marion " " " ' · ' - ' Saturday Night Cenferville at Winchester X'Mississinewa Valley Conference games. Michigan State wrestling coach The worst defeat ever suffered 6 6 2 61 jJcollegiate wrestling career at Okla-hvas the 5JH) drubbing from Army Jhoma A. M. without a defeat. tin 1944. Fendley Collins went through his i by a Notre Dame football team Totals . . 2 0 12 52 PLANT 11 13 26 20 18-/7 PLANT 1 17 7 21 .7-53 Referee, Ha'rlson. Umpire, Roberts. Cocker and springer spaniels are increasing in'popularity as hunting dogs, especially for pheasants, and woodcock. --THAT looitnt up y»wr «eugh from · cold to very ntwch quic»r * --r*li«vt* »or*- n*it \m throat ·Imott Inttontly · -chftckt coughing -·llayi tht tickl* WOKID'S BEST COUCH SYKUf) .L 1 UUfUllJ. %f V VtUtA^WA-L | ** .*·»* \ S T T A A * ^ - ^ -- TTT 1* * **4- Garrett-Auburn -- 6 Dekalb; 8, v a n Vincennes and Washington. Steuben; 1 Whitley (Churubusco)J Indianapolis-Anderson, Dan-,; Gary-12 Lake (8 Gary schools ville, Greenfield and Indianapolis. type of coaching made famous by to the rough Hartford City Aire- Frank Barnes, current Shelbyville dales Friday night. High School athletic director, The{ Coach M u f f Davis' Frankton Bears' best claim to success this!Eagles have two contests on tap campaign is knocking off Muncie'this week, opposing Northwestern Central's Bearcats. The 'Cats fell before the Bears in a tight 38-37 battle and the 'Cats mauled the Indians, 60 to 4T. (P. S.--Muncie Central makes an appearance at the Tepee Jan. 15). Joseph will use Wilson, McNew or Mitchell, forwards; Cowherd, center; Brown, Cole or Mullen; guards. Cowherd is the Bears' most feared scorer. Potter will send Streaty and Leverette at t h e scoring posts; Sanders at center, and Jones and Smtih, guards. The reserve teams of Shelbyville and Anderson clash in the curtain raiser at 6:45, while the main attraction will be called at 8:15 o'clock. Season game scores of each team follow: ShelbyvilU Anderton 34--Silver Creek 36 $8-«Greonfield 55 38--Muncia Cen. 37 62--New Castle 47 42--Columbus 51 60-Marion 37 37-Gre«nsburg 39 54-Ft. Wayne C. 66 30-Marfinsvil!e 52 5-Lafayette 53 49-- Franklin 56 X7-Muncie Con. 60 43--Madison 45 47--Marion 42 -45-Riehniond 39 62-New Albany 58 31-- JeffersonvilU 49 Kokomo Tourney Ore*niburg Tourney 34-- New Castle 62 44-Rushville 42 5re«nsburg 54 (ftnals) 76-- Kokomo solation 52 con- Rodeo Wins Race With Ostriches . -INDIANAPOLIS W--The Indiana, State Fair Board reecjted ostrich Wltn tne Tl gers. racing in favor of a rodeo for the opening grandstand entertainment at the 1954 fair. -. at the Kokomo Armory Wednesday and taking on tall Westfield on Friday. Tech Rough Anderson's second game will be with Coach Charley Maas' rough Indianapolis Tech quintet there Friday night T h e Maasmen knocked off the Capital City Tournament last week, gaining some measure of revenge on Crispus Attucks with a 48-44 victory in the finals. Earlier Attucks had clobbered the Green Wave, 43 to 38 in a season meeting. Coach Mike Sokol's St. Mary's Gaels will be host to Coach Max Gibbs' Markleville five Friday night while the Tribe is in Indianapolis. The game is billed at the Tepee. Markleville boasts of Gary Bond, this county's best scorer. Whiting.) Hartford ford. plus Edison, Calumet Twp., Hobart and Merrill ville). Greencastle--S Putnam. Greenfield--9 Hancock; 1 Marion (Franklin Twp). Greensburg--8 Decatur; 2 Jennings (Vernon and North Vernon). Jeffersonville--Bedford, Jeffersonville, New Albany and Seymour. | Kokomo--Kokomo, Peru, Sheri-' dan and Wabash. Lafayette--Frankfort Lafayette,! Lebanon and Otterbein. Logansport--Logansport, Rens- Hammond-12 Lake (2 East Chi^claer Winamac and cago schools, 5 Hammond, Crown Marion-Hartford City, Hunting, , Point, Dyer, Griffith, Lowell and ton Marion and Ossiar i Martinsville--Bloomington, Bra- rifv_a Tav i "mart zil ' Luiton and Terre Haute. City-8 Jay, 3 Black-, Muncie _ Munciei New Castle,! Richmond and Winchester. Huntingburg . -- 6 Dubois; 2 Orange (French Lick and West Baden; 4 Pike). Huntington -- 14 Huntington; 1 Whitley (Jefferson Center). Indianapolis--18 Marion. Jeffersonville--1 Clark; 4 Washington. Kendallville--8 Lagrange; 8 Noble. Kokomo--4 Howard; 7 CarrolL Lafayette--15 Tippecanoe. Lawrenceburg--6 Dearborn; 1 Ohio; 2 Switzerland. Lebanon--8 .Boone; 1 Marion (Pike Twp.) Linton--10 Gr«ene. Logansport--10 Cass. Lynnville--9 Warrick. Madison--6 Jefferson; 3 Scott; 1 Coach Max Bell's Alexandria|j en nings (Paris Crossing). Tigers take on the Lebanon Tigers Friday night at Alexandria. Pendleton travels to Fortville, Eastern is at Summitville and Speedway invades Lapel (Pendleton gym) the same night Other games commanding much attention of fans in this sector will be Yorktown's invasion of Middletown Thursday night Middletown, fresh from victory in' the Greenfield tourney, can expect a bitterly-contested, 32-minute game Some members, inspired by an ostrich race at the Kentucky State fair last ' summer, wanted Gov. Craig competing against Mayor Alex dark of Indianapolis and a to official in an ostrich-powered race. ;Th« board '"postponed selection of A rodeo tor * two-day stand. CHICAGO (tf--Final-second free throws by Jack McMann and Bob Davies enabled the Rochester Roy-i als to hold off the Minneapolis Lakers for an 85-84 victory in | close-all-the-way National Basket-j ball Assn. game at Chicago Stadium Monday night I La- Marion--8 Grant Michigan City--14 LaPortc. Muncie--13 Delaware. Nappanee--11 Elkhart; 1 grange (Scott). New Albany--4 Crawford; 3 Floyd; 7 Harrison." New Castle--12 Henry. Ossian--9 Wells. Otterbein--10 Benton. Owensville--I0 Gibson. Peru--10 Miami. Plymouth--9 Marshall; 5 Starlce. Rensselaer--« Jasper; 5 Newton, j Richmond--12 Wayne. Rushville--9 Rush; 1 Fayette Rushvflle -- Connersville, Lawrenceburg, Rushville and Versailles. ShelbyviUe -- Franklin, Greensburg, Madison and Shelbyville. South Bend -- Nappanee, Plymouth, South Bend and Warsaw.! Semi-Final Pairings The regional winners will be assigned to the four semi-final cen-j ters as follows: Bloomington--Winners at Evansville, Huntingburg, Jeffersonville and Martinsville. Fort Wayne--Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Marion and Muncie. Indianapolis -- Greencastle, Indianapolis, Rushville and Shelbyville. Lafayette--Hammond, Lafayette, Logansport and South Bend. The sectionals are scheduled for Feb. 24-27, the regionals for March 6, the semi-finals March 14 and the finals for March 20. YANKS, REDS MEET The New York Yankees a n d Cincinnati Reds will meet in the 13th annual Hall of Fame game at Doubleday Field, Cooperstown, Aug. 9. WE BUY DIAMONDS Sandy Saddler, world's feather-, weight champion, was a basket-j ball star in high school. LOANS -: *50C ·inocwlon. HARDIN'S Johnny Parsons will head the list of Top AAA Drivers FRIDAY KITE, JAN, 8 at the Memorial Coliseum Ft. Wayne, I nd. AAA MIDGET RACES 3£30 -- $2.00 -- $UO Send check or money order to AUTO RACING, Coliseum, Ft, Wayne, Indiana. ALL BRAND NEW MUST GO! REGARDLESS OF OUR PROFIT Only a few remaining 1953 PACKARDS and CLIPPERS are in our stock. We priced them for IMMEDIATE SALE to clear showrooms for the 1954 models. Don't delay ,,.. come in today! 1520 MAIK STREET ANDERSON,INDIANA