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Pacelli Tips Cotter HOLIDAY MEET Lanesboro Stops Caledonia 44-38 MABEL, Minn. -- Uncsboro opened (he first round of the Mabel Holiday Tournament in surprising fashion Thursday when it tripped Caledonia 4-1-33 behind Larry Oanielson who scored 26 points. Harmony parlayed a hot second Badgers Rip Dayton; Bucks Register 9th By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio State, Wisconsin and Iowa carry Big Ten colors into the finals of major basketball'tourna- ments Saturday. Top-ranked Ohio Stale crushed UCLA 105-84 in the semifinals of the Los Angeles Classic Thursday night and will meet Southern California for the championship. Underrated Wisconsin captured the fancy of Madison Square Garden fans by smashing previously unbeaten Dayton 105-93. The surprising Badgers will face NCAA champion Cincinnati for the title. Iowa overpowered Pcnn 72-64 in the Quaker City Tourney at Philadelphia to move into the finals against Villanova. Two other Big Ten teams won awl two lost in action elsewhere last night. Purdue trimmed West Virginia B6-73 in a consolation round game nt Los Angeles that was spiced by a free-for-all between the teams in the second half. Terry Dischinger poured In 32 points for the Boilermakers. Illinois camÂ» from behind on Bill Em-well's five free throws in Hie final 4\i minutes to defeat Manhattan 61-56 in Chicago Stadium.- Bin-well topped the scoring Â·with 18 prints while Dave Downey hil 16 and Jerry Colangelo 14. Minnesota fell 70-66 lo Temple In (he opening round of the Hurricane Classic in Miami Beach. Oregon whipped Michigan State 71-59 in the first round of the Far West Classic in Portland. The Spartans, trailing 55-33 in the second half, spurted for 15 straight points to make it 55-48, their closest threat. Jerry Lucas popped in 30 points ami captured 30 rebounds in leading Ohio Slate to its ninth straight victory. John Havlicek, Mel Nowell and Dick Reasbcck each hil 17 points in ihc Buckeyes' flashy attack. Lucas' rebounding effort was n lourney record as was the Bucks' 105 points, Wisconsin overcame a 13-poinl deficit late in the first half and continued its surge with a 55-point second half against Dayton. Sophomore hai! into a 59-H win over host Mabel in the night's finnle. TONIGHT MABEL plays Lanes horo in the opening game at 7 p,m, with Harmony opposing Cal edonia in the nightcap at 8:30. Lanesboro had lo stage a big fourth period rally In down the Warriors. Caledonia had led 15-13, 23-19 and 32-27 at the quarter turns before the Burros oulscorcd il 176 in the final period for the vie lory. Bob Bubbers hit 18 and Vcrnon Hcintz to for the losers. Harmony led most of the way In the second game lo iwst its eigth straight victory. The loss was the second in six games for Mabel both have come at the hands of Ihe Cardinals. HARMONY LED )MO at the end of the quarter but fell behind 2927 at halftime before going in front to stay 42-28 at the end of three periods. Chuck Berning netted 22 points for the Cardinals, Lee Bigalk 12 and Don Haugen 10. Jim Sidebol- lom fired in 20 for the Wildcats and Dave Milne 14. Davis Us- gaard was a rebounding star for Mabel ns he grabbed 22. Â· Six Tourney Kings Will Be Named Tonight By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer Six major tournament champions will he crowned tonight, the forerunners of a solid score of kings who will have survived college basketball's 1961 edition of holiday madness by late Saturday night. It's Temple vs. Miami (Fla.) in the Hurricane classic at Miami; Houslon vs. Bowling Green in Ihe All-College al Oklahoma City; Florida vs. Virginia Tech in Ihe Gator Bow! at Jacksonville, Fla.; Texas Western vs. New- Mexico in the Sun Carnival at El Paso, Tex.; Santa Clara vs. St. Mary's (Calif.) in the West Coast Alhlelic Conference lourney al San Francisco; and The Citadel from the Southern Conference vs. little Westminster (Pa.) in the Canton, Ohio, classic in tonight's title games. Just to keÂ«p them eompzny, first round play begins in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, Poin- seila Bowl at Greenville, S.C., Motor City classic at Detroit, Richmond (Va.) Invitational and Evansvitle, Ind., Holiday tournament, and the semifinal stages arc reached in Ihe Big Eigbl at Ramblers Hit Only 14 of 52 Field Tries AUSTIN', Minn. (Special)-A cold^ shooting display that saw them drop only 14 of 52 field goal attempts hurl Ihe Cotter Hani- biers ^ who lost to Austin Pacelli 43-36 in the championship game of Ihe holiday tournament here Thursday nighl. Cotter managed only six field goals in the first half but even so Pacelli couldn't grab a commanding lead. The Shamrocks had been in front 7-4 at the quarter but Cotter came within one at 16-15 by halftime. "WE WEREN'T hitting but no one was letting anybody loose either," Colter Coach John Nell commented. Bob Judge was the only Rambler lo score in Ihe first quarter as he tallied four points. Larry Modjcski took the helm for Colter in the second period BASKETBALL SCORES and flipped in all eight points he scored for the nighl on long jump shots. "We thought we'd be scl to go the second half," Nctt said. "Modjeski just couldn't' get started. after intermission though. I'd N8A LeÂ» Angilii 111, Syriwif 1H. Boiton It;, St. Lo'jii tot. Waihlngton 113, clivibnd ttl Xansai city ill, Hawaii 91. San Francisco IM, Los Anfltki !Â«!. Chlcsso 11), Pllliburch IOS HURON TOURHEY-- St. cloud (i, AuauilanÂ« 4). St. Thomas it, Huron if. PAUL SUNYAN il BEMIOJI-- Stout (7, Lincoln (Mo.) 59 Btmlcnl !, St. John'i RED R I V E R at Moorehead- Norlh Dkota u, Moorheaa 13. Concordia Â«i, Maollittr SI Minnesota Dululh 11, Augiburg il North Dakota slate 7!, Mirvllle Â» HASTINGS (Neb.) INVITATIOWAL- Emporla State I], Kistlnoi 71 Cenlral (Okla.) lo, Kearnty ;,; Sustavui AiolpJius II, Dakota Weileyan Mornlnjikte 71, Bethany (Kin.) 17. LOS ANGELES CLASS1C- Ohlo Sla.lt 10J, UCLA 14. Southern California IS, Utah is Purdue I t , W e i l V i r g i n i Washington el, Army 51 HOLIDAY FESTIVAL at NÂ£V/ YORK- Wiiconsln 10!, Oaylon 9J Cincinnati 41, LaSalle !Â«,' NYU 7), Providence 41. SI. John's (N.Y.I 71, Darfmoulh 40. ALL COLLEGE at OKLAHOMA CITY- Bowllng Green Â«, Wichita (1 Houslon S), Utah Stale i Texas ASM 71, Seattle iÂ« Oklahoma Clly 71, Texas Chrhllar. 41. *IG EIGHT II KANSAS CITY- OklÂ»horna 11, K a n s a s (0. . say that was the loss." reason or the ED HANSON, who Â«eorÂ«d 16 points, got Ihc Shamrocks going in Ihe third period. He fired in three field goals and a free throw to account for half of Pacelli's 14 third period points. The scoring outburst by Pacelli in Ihe third period sent the home forces ahead 30-23 going into the final quarter. Gene Schultz, who scored 12 points to lead Cotter, and Sam Czaplewski, who netted ll before fouling out, almost brought Cotter back at the start of the fourth be- riod. Schultz scored bn four driving shots and Czaplewski hit two field goals before Pacelli pulled away to nail down the win. JAHR WAS th. only Shamrock in double figures besides Hanson. He scored 10 points. Judge again turned in a line job from his pivot position. He did the bulk of the Ramblers' rebounding and scored five points. Judge a,nd ilodjeski were named to Ihe all-tournament squad. In the night's first game Rochester Lourdes easily disposed of Blake to lake consolalion honors. Next aclion. for Cotter will be against Pacelli in Havoux Conference contest in Winona Jan. 5 PACEt-LI (41) f g l l p M p 7 5 1U Iowa Slate i?, Colorado ,, QUAKER CITY ,1 PHILADELPHIA- Vlllinovi n, ooqueini jj Iowa n. P e n j ((, Wyoming Â»(, Niagara it Holy Croli )(, Penn stale l( HURRICANE CLASSIC al MIAMI, FLA- Temple ;o, Minnesota u. rjToo' JTM' 1 "' Mllml (0hll l "Â· I GATOR BOWL Â»l JACKSONVILLE FLA Florida Â£8, Navy 63 Virginia Tech 71, Vanderbllt 71 N t w CA M'" VAL " EL TMÂ°- Texn Weitern 70, Bjylor 4( FAR WEST CLASSIC at PORTLAND- Orejon 71, Michigan State St. Idaho 11, Portland 50 OULF SOUTH CLASSIC- South Carolina 71, Men- II. 11. C O T T E R U(l fg ft pf tp Modieikl 4 0 4 Judge Welch Ciaplewikl Speck Staneckl Schulrz I 3 4 0 0 0 O 0 i j 3 1 Hinion Sheedy Venfelt Bock Whalen Jahr Gobllrieh Tclali 14 11(11 Tolili I COTTER ................ , ,, PACELLI ............... 7 , FTM: Coller ID-- Ciaplrwikl; Pacell V c n l e l l 1, Sock Illinois jl, Manhattan il Chicago Loyola n, Coloat Texai II, Mlislulppl 71. Texas Tech 11, Wltllam 1 Mary 7Â» ALMA HOLIDAY TOURNEY- Independence SO, cochrane-FC 47 Fall CreeX 46, Alms 3D MABEL HOLIDAY TOURNEY- Harmony 3?, Mabel 52 Lineshoro 44, Caledonia II. AUSTIN PACELLI HOLIDAY TOURNEY- Picelll 3, cotter 34. Rochester tourdei SJ, Blaxe 37 NON-CONFERENCE- Plvm Clly il, Pepin 4t. Carroll. Ripon Tangle Tonight OSHKOSH, Wis. WV-Carroll will seek its seventh victory against two defeats in tonight's game nipon for the championship of Oshkosh Stale College Basketball Tournament. The Redmen will be trying foi Iheir fifth victory. roll defeated,host olhkosTill-"?!;' Ripon, led by the 28 points of (I!)--Kinson S, Sheedy 1, 3, Gobllrsch 1. Â· n - " Â·Â·-Â» -'j. u n n u i a f Hipon losei - o f three h p Â» Â« n Â« Â« v ha , ra P |onsll 'P game by beatin St N r - h p Â» Â« n Â« Â« v , p o n beating St Norbert 78-64 in round action Thursday night. Car- , . . s o u Bruce While, handed SI. Norbert p . its f o u r t h defeat in eight 1 "'' The Green Knights were paced Stu Jansen's 15 points. Ripon had a 34-29 lead al the intermission St. Norbert and Oshkosh will meet i n the consolation game. Â·