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Robert Thomas Orrill- Gerstmeyer Annexes... - and Gerstmeyer Annexes Sixth Straight Victory...
and Gerstmeyer Annexes Sixth Straight Victory High School Scores INDIANAPOLIS (UP) -- Thos» blistering Black Cats of Terr« Haute Gerstmeyer today were tha Indianapolis Tech 74 New Castle 62 on i y undefeated team from last Indianapolis Washington 77 Lav/- j spring's Indiana high school bas- rence Central 58 | ketball tourney finals as Elkhart one Indianapolis Wood !» Bloomington f, nd ""'f other major quintets hit -- . u U f*». u us* » o th cL-iHcr fm- t h o f i r - c - f - t i w t r t f U i * U. 34 Ben Davis 75 Indianapolis Manual 51 Cormersville 57 Indianapolis Howe P ects to succeed Indianapolis At- skids for the first time this season. Gerstmeyer, one of the top pros- 52 Marion 63 Kokomo 53 Muncie Central 80 Richmond 55 Frankfort 57 Logansport 55 Lafayette 46 Anderson 34 Wabash 64 Muncie Burris 44 Hartford City 78 Huntington 53 Lebanon 53 West Lafayette 48 Noblesville 67 Alexandria 55 Rushville 59 Pendleton 50 j Tipton 5i) Sheridan 58 overtime Gon- Aurora 76 Vevay 48 rugby la- tucks on the IHSAA throne next March, waltzed past Western Conference foe Brazil, 82-50, for its sixth in a row. Bill Newton with 23 points and Charley Hall with 22 led coach Howard Sharpe's boys, who didn't even miss star center Howard Dardeen, hospitalized with a virus infection. Elkhart's 4-game string ran out in an East NIHSC tussle at Mishawaka, 70-52. The Maroons, fired on by LeRoy Johnson's 28 points, pulled into a 28-18 halftime lead and had it easy the rest of the way for their fourth win in } starts. Hammond Still Potent Madison, Hammond Clark and Decatur also fell for the first time. Host Columbus upset Madison in double overtime. 62-60, the Cubs' first loss in 8 outings. Guard ,, ... _ .. .,, _ ,, _.. , David Horn hit a pair of free- Evansvile Re.tz =3 Tel! City 50 j throws w j t h afc ' ' Washington 60 Wasmngton Cath-j the .. sudden death , pedod elapged _ I for the clincher. Madison's Bob I Orrill led them all, however, with Warsaw 71 Syracuse 61 Plymouth 71 Rochester 55 j Southport 58 Greensburg 44 ] Franklin 65 Shelbyville 64 Batesville 37 North Vernon 34 j Martinsville 51 North Central 44 | Seymour 57 Jeffersonville 49 j Columbus 62 Madison 60 double j overtime. Lawrenceburg 59 Milan 33 Scottsburg 75 Brownstown 51 Evansville Mater Dei 62 Mount Vernon 40 olie 55 New Albany 63 Vincennes 57 named Clarksville Providence 79 Salem 62 ;' ,, . _ r . ' Montgomery 7o Lmton o2 Clinton 60 Crawtordsville 58 \ Torre Haute Garfield 54 Sullivan I 4 6 Hammond, slill a West N'lHSC P° wer to be reckoned with despite the graduation of big Frank Rado- Inter- j Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 82 Brazil' vicl1 ' trounced crosstown rival Ex- i so " Clark, Terre Haute Schulte 63 Glenn 42 ca g' n S Greeneaslle 37 Terre Haute Wiley i first 4 75-63, with Jim Lamott 22 points. Clark won its j - In a battle of unbeaten?, Elwood 49 Terre Haute State 45 i prevailed at Decatur. 60-58. for t h Bloomfield 51 Morocco 35 Bicknell 58 Worthington 43 ; Fort Wayne South 64 A u b u r n 61 24 j Fort Wayne Central heati Wayne North 51 I Fort Wayne Concordia t | hurst 40 ] Angola 71 Howe Military 69 j Bluffton 55 Winchester 52 New Haven 47 Columbia City 38 win No. 6. Dick Mitchell pumped ! in 35 points for the winning Pan- I thers. at Elwood 60 Decatur 58 in South Bend Central 66 Goshen 40 Mishawaka 70 Elkhart 52 Michigan City Adams 39 53 South Fort j Such unbeatens as Hartford | City. Muncie Central. Terre Haute Elm-' Garfield, and South Bend Central rolled on. while Logansport and Shelbyville--both beaten pr«vi- I ously but well-regarded -- also were upended. Airedales Shine Frankfort shaded North Central Conference foe Logansport, 57-55, '. center Larry Moudy tossing in 21 Bendi p 0 i n t s for the winners. Dick Burris hit two freethrows in the final 28 East Chicago Roosevelt 55 Gary| s e conds to give Franklin a 63-64 Emerson 53 | edge ovcr Shelbyville in a South Gary Froebel 64 Gary Tolleston 5! ; Central loop game Hammond 75 Hammond Clark 6 3 : ,, ,, , Hammond Tech 72 Whiting 56 "aruora Gary Edison 83 East Gary 48 I MerriUville 70 Hobart 54 gam- [Hammond Noll 73 Hammond Mor- ton 59 j Royal Center 82 Monticello 55 | Paoli 68 Mitchell 66 Jasper 78 Bloomington 43 d ! COLLEGE rsi,, '* I I. U d M d l l U ^Hy 1UL 1110.13 13 i heMS , d i a n a Centra , 7g Tay , flr . no 98 second San Jose State 71 ' Jose State 71 6q 69 Convcitcd of Killing Son C i t y, meanwhile, trounced Central Conference rival Huntington, 78-53, for its seventh i straight. Carey Blair and Cecil i Beeson split 47 points between i them. 'But Wabash grabbed the j CIC lead with a 4-0 mark, romp- i ing over Muncie Burris, 64-44. ! Muncie outscored Richmond in ; the third period, 23-J. and coasted ' lo an easy 80-55 NCC triumph. j Once-beaten Marion, with Dave Huffman hitting 24 markers, beat j Kokomo, 63-53. and Lafayetta Anderson, 46-34, also i LANSING, i 27 - year Mich. (UP) -- A i Garfield took WIC rival Sullivan, old Hawaiian-born j 54-46, and balanced South Bend Michigan State University student Central outclassed Goshen in tha was convicted of manslaughter j East MHSC, 66-40. Friday in the fatal Father's Day! YANKS VS. BUMS . , NEW YORK ( U P ) -- The world degree mur-1 champion New York Yankees lo- into dsr, was convicted after only five i day announced a 35-game 1957 | minutes of deliberation by Circuit: spring training schedule featured Marvin G. Salmon. ; by six exhibition games with the Tamaribuchi faces from 60 days i National League champion Brook- years in prison. Myn Dodgers. beating of ihis ^year^oTd son Kinney Tamaribuchi originally! ' · · · ·

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 15 Dec 1956, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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