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December 10, 1960

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Page 6 THE DAILY HERALD # Saturday, January 10, 1960 Attucks Clips Fort Wayne Central’s Streak Elwood’s Hicks Gets 41 Points In Losing Effort By TED KlIRRUS l'ni ted Press International INDIANAPOLIS IUPI) — Indianapolis Attucks, Indiana’s most successful high school basketball school during the 1950s, chopped high- ranking Fort Wayne Central’s winning streak at five games Friday night in the top tilt of a heavy * Open Every Night till Christmas A Wanted iìift House Shoes Sizes 4 to 13—1 to 3 $2.98 Up The MODERN SQUIRE SHOP ......................................................... scored hapless Terre Haute SchtUte Hoosier program. Attucks. seventh team in this week’s UPI coaches ratings, bounced back from a 23-23 halftime tie to win its third contest of the season and remain undefeated while handing No. 2 ranked Central its first setback in six starts, 65-60. Central was the only one of nine teams in the top 10 to lose. Central and Attucks played uninspired ball in the first half. Attucks took a third-period lead of 62-47 and never was headed. Other teams in the top 10 to win were Kokomo, Muncie Central, Indianapolis Cathedral, Elkhart, Indianapolis Manual, Madison and Evansville Central. Kokomo overcame a one - point deficit with two minutes to go to edge Marion, 67-62, and thus retain its top spot in the state rankings. The Wildcats dumped in eight quick points in the final few minutes to put the game on ice. Muncie Beats Richmond Muncie Central, No. 3, won its 39th consecutive home game by handing the Richmond Red Devils their fourth loss against one victory, 69-47. The Bearcats, led by Kurt Ervin with 22 points, are now 5-0 for the season. Fourth - ranked Indianapolis Cathedral easily outplayed and out- Save up to 15 % on both Auto Insurance Financing Leant How Yoa Can Become a MERIDIAN MUTUAL twin ^J aver Auto CALL OR WRITE TODAY RAYMOND B. HOCHGESANG Auto — Life — Fire Insurance PHONE 651 JASPER 520 '/2 MAIN in a 72-25 blistering, with Walt Salim bucketing 29 for the victors. The Elkhart Blue Blazers, No. 5, notched their fifth victory against no losses by tripping LaPorte, 78-66. It was the Slicers’ second loss in four outings. Sixth-ranked Indianapolis Manual edged a strong Ben Davis quintet, 79-70. Eighth - ranked Madison moved from a 27-33 halftime deficit thanks to Larry Humes’ 18 points for a 69-59 win over the Columbus Bulldogs. Joe Warfel led all scorers with 24 tallies. Evansville Central, the No. 10 team, built up a 46-21 halftime edge over the Princeton Tigers and went on to a one-sided 83-54 victory. It was the third win for the Bears and the second loss in three starts for the Tigers. Ninth-rated Gary Froebel was idle. Rodney “Hot Rod” Hicks was the night’s high scorer, tallying 41 points in a losing cause as the Elwood Panthers dropped a game by the slimmest of margins to the Bedford Stonecutters, 77-76. Bud B e e d i e dropped in 26 for the Stonecutters. Stan Butler’s 28 points led Wabash to a 61-47 clobbering of Muncie Burris, giving Wabash its fourth victory in as many starts. Dan Farrell of Logansport also scored 28 points as the Berries led all the way in defeating Frankfort 78-68. Plymouth gave Rochester an 83-59 shellacking behind the sharp eye of Glenn Starr who netted 30 points. The Wabash Valley champs from Bloomfield won their seventh victory in a row, 76-67, over Spencer, but Terre Haute State handed West Vigo its first loss in eight starts. 60-46. Fifty-seven fouls were called in the battle and Vigo could only manage two points in the first quarter to 14 for State. Jim Everett set a Bristol school record in dunking 33 points, but in a losing cause as Orland won the game. 93-60. Orland had a balanced attack with Gary Rumsey leading the Wiy with 18 goals. Wolf Lake handed Avilla its first loss after six victories, 60-55, and Monterey won its sixth game in a row. downing Aubbeenaubbee, 47-38 North Liberty made it eight straight with a victory over Madison T\vp., St. Joseph County, 75-66. And Rex Stull had 35 ringers as he led Tyner to a 19-76 win over LaPaz. In other games. Dave Jarrett of Sullivan netted 25 in a win over Vincennes, 65-50; Fontanet’s Ron Cooper scored 33 in an 82-53 winning cause over Clay City; Bud Brown of Jasonville scored 30 as Jasonville defeated Riley, 57-47, and Jon Mc- iGlocklm netted 28 in Franklin’s 5453 win over Shelby ville. BOX SCORES BIRDSEYE (41) A FG FT PF TP ___ 7 1 0-0 3 2 1 1-2 0 3 410-1 4 2 0 0 0-00 0 Berg 13 21-13 5 0 0 0-00 0 13 63-5 4 15 1 00-0 0 0 166 2-2 4 14 ___ 0 0 0-0 00 Totals 58 17 711 It 41 BRISTOW (34) AFG FTPF TP Dotterwlck 8 2 1-1 3 5 ___ 28 94-60 22 . . . . 70 0-20 0 1 0 1-20 1 13 1 1-7 4 3 ___ 10 11-3 1 3 Franchville 100-1 2 0 Totals SCORE 68 13 8 22 BY QUARTERS 9 34 9 21 29 41 Bristow .. 9 1722 34 SHOTS BY QUARTERS Birdseye ..................... 3-18 5-14 4-14 5- 6 Bristow ........................ 3-14 2-11 2-21 6-19 PRELIMINARY: Birdseye 21. Bristow 36 OFFICIALS: Stephenson and Nicholson DUBOIS (55) FG FT PF TP 44412 ................... 53 513 3 111 Kalb 6 2 2 14 O. Mathies ......... ................... 2 1 25 001 0 _ —— —.— Totals 2113 15 55 SPURGEON (42)FG FT PFTP 9 3 5 *21 10 3 2 Fowler ................... ......... 0 4 3 4 Huffman ............... _______ 075 7 2 01 4 1 02 2 ...... 1 0 02 — —- — Totals SCORE 14 14 BY QUARTERS 19 42 Dubois ................1927 41 55 8purgeon ............ 12 2632 42 Kittens Notch Sixth Win In Seven Starts Jasper’s Kittens continued to roll merrily along as they bounced the Bloomington seconds, 47-31 in the preliminary game last night. It was the Kittens’ fourth victory in a row and their sixth win in seven games this season. Their only setback came at the hands of Washington’s undefeated second team. Coach Ed Schultheis’ all-sophomore quintet led at all the rest stops by scores of 10-2. 20-8 and 34-18. John Huelsman was high for Jasper with 11 points and Gregg Sturm hit for 10. Hines and Lutes had five apiece for the losers. The Kittens will get a well deserved rest from action until the Salem game on December 22. Kittens (47) Pos. (31) Bloomington Schmidt (6) .............. F................. <2> Bruce Huelsman (11) .......... F ................. <5> Hines Denton (8) .................C _____ <4> Drummend Weikert *2) ................. O .............. (4» Sparks Sturm (10) .................O ....... (4> Jordan ..................... Jasper Kinder. Uebelhor 1, Winders 2. Lutes 5. Freeman 3. Roberts 2, PRELIMINARY: Dubois 45. Spurgeon 31 OFFICIALS: WMUi and Morcan OTWELL (41) FG FTPF TP 4 0 3 8 5 4 2 14 11 53 0 32 3 33 4 9 Corn 0 0 0 Lemond 1 0 1 2 1 00 2 Totals IS 11 19 41 ! ST JOHN S (45) FG FTPFTP Monte ............................. 23 5 7 Wa»oner ............... ............ 5 2 412 Doyle ........................................ 2135 0 3 4 3 Summers ..................... 4 2 10 Wenzel ..........1 5 32 Lentz ...................... 206 Totals SCORE 16 13 BY QUARTERS 21 45 Otwell .............. ...... 10 21 31 41 St John's . 23 3745 Losing Streak, 49-31 Coach Howard Buickel’s Little Hunters snapped a four-game losing streak last night by trouncing the Bicknell Bullpups, 49-31 in the preliminary game. Larry Miller paced the winners with 14 points and Steve Murray hit for 10. Padgett was high for the losers with 12 markers. The Little Hunters now stand 4-4 I for the season. Huntingburg (49) Fos. (31) Bicknell Murray (10) ..... F............ (12» Padgett Clark (2) ................... F ............ (0» Kloing Darden <3> ...... i. C ............ (6) Beme^ Miller (14* ................. a ................. (6> Ballart 8*apleton (2) ............ O ....... 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