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SECTION 2 SPORTS THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1952. SPORTS St VJ 3 Associated Press Wirephoto GOOD TRY Portland's guard Ken Strode (35) misses on a lay-up shot after being fouled by Murray's forward Joe Mikez (17). The play occurred in the NAIB. tournament at Kansas City last night. Also trying to block the try is Murray guard Bennie Purcell (21). Story Page 2. Murray's Purcell Talk of Tourney Veteran K. C. Observers Marvel At His Floor Play, Oiie-Haiulers By BILL RICHARDSON of The Kansas City Star Kansas City, Mo., March 14. One of the chief topics of discussion among N.A.I.B. fans this week has been the sparkling play of Bennie Purcell, Murray State College g Veteran tournament observers J Sf168 counted off the marvel at the floor savvy and ,...". , . one-handed shots turned in by With ten seconds to play, he the 5-foot 8-inch court magician. made ms move, wheeled to the Some even compare him to riSht and cut loose Wlth a one" "Milky" Phelps, a small guard handed push shot that zipped the who led San Diego State to the cords Wlth S1X seconds remaining. N.A.I.B. championship more than Tim,e ran out before West Texas a decade ago. Phelps, killed during the war, popularized the one-handed shot here. Wailed For Opportunity Best example of Purcell's bril could try for another bucket. That was the game Murray had to win. The rest of the contests have been simpler for the Ken-tuckians, but the Buffaloes presented a real problem because of their height. The victory was a liance came during the West tribute to Purcell s cool thinking Texas State game Wednesday, under fire against much taller With the score tied and the competitors. Balanced Attack In three games. Purcell has th rnnrt ririhhiinr snH awaitinn demonstrated a very accurate an opportunity to get off a shot, shooting eye The little quarter-While a teammate looked at back scored 14 against Centenary, the overhead clock and counted 21 .Vest, Texas and 13 off the seconds, Purcell waived against wriwonn seconds ticking away in the last quarter, Purcell, a master dribbler, stood near the middle of his arm as a signal. He got his shot off at the last second but failed to hit and the game went into an overtime. West Texas and Murray swapped points in the overtime and the same situation came up with half a minute to play. Again Purcell controlled the ball, dribbled and barked signals Central Plays Dunbar Today Frankfort, Ky., March 14. Central High will meet Dunbar in the semi-f i n a 1 s of the K.H.S.A.L. here Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. In the other semifinal bout, Paris will oppose Fee of Maysville at 2:30. Fee gained the semi-finals tonight by downing State Street of Bowling Green 51-48. Paris bested Rosenwald of Madisonville 63-36. The championship- game is scheduled for 9:15 o'clock Saturday night following a consolation game at 7:45. Lincoln Downs Opens Today LlnroSn, R. I . Marrh 14 AP A crowd of SO. 000 is exported at Lincoln Downs tomorrow s a nine-race card opens a .n-dav spring merlins earliest start In New England s thoiouKhmed racing his-toiy. Recent rains have cleared the racing strip of snow and Ice for the start of the 20th year ot thoroughbred racing in New England. Top event on the program Is the featured O.Oiia ' Inaugural Handicap." a sev-en-Xuiiong spruit for thiee-jear-olds and UP. Seven speedster are entered in this race, headed by Crystal Pa. a winner at the winter tracks. He wtil carry top weight of US pounds and probably will go o live poxi a favorite. On his shoulders ride Murray's hopes tonight and tomorrow night for a high spot in the final rankings. Murray's success in advancing to the championship game largely has been due to the balance of the Thoroughbreds' attack. Four Murray regulars have pretty well split the scoring burden. Beshear leads Murray in individual scoring with 60 points in the four contests. Bennie Purcell has totaled 55, Lampley 54, and Joe Mikez .53. The fifth starter, Mel Deweese, has scored 35. Penn State Forces Rupp To Change U. K.'s Offense By LARRY BOECK The choice of Perm State as an N.C.A.A. tournament team was as much of a surprise to Adolph Rupp, apparently, as it was to many other people. And Der Baron didn't seem particularly delighted that his Kentucky Wildcats had drawn Penn State as a first round foe instead or one oi the season s he had expected LaSalle, and perhaps St. Bonaventure, to be the at-large teams in the regional play at Raleigh, N. C, March 21 and 22. Penn State will play UJC., and St. John's, a 41 -point victim of ILK. early this season, will oppose North Carolina State, the Southern Conference titleholder. "We're going to have to change our offense," said Rupp, after learning his Cats would meet Penn State. "I hadn't been figuring on bumping into the zone." He had thought, apparently, highly-touted powerhouses such hat e Wildcats would encoun- lei d xctsi. icciiii, 2ui;ii eta xjczaic, as LaSalle. "They play the zone defense," said Rupp. "They handle the ball deliberately and pass it around waiting for shots. That kind of a bunch can spell trouble for a fast-breaking, fast-moving team such as ours." ' 3 Men In Sector The zone defense, to put it as simply as possible, is one in which the defending team -plays the ball instead of the player, as in man-to-man. Normally, a team using the zone "overloads" an area of the court three men will play the sector and be on two offensive men, perhaps Cliff Hagan and Frank Ramsey, in Kentucky's case. The team on offense usually Here's the schedule for the fotir regional N.C.A.A. tournaments which open play next Friday, March 21: At Raleigh Kentucky (27-2), Southeastern Conference champion, vs. Penn State (20-4): North L Carolina State (23-9), Southern Conference champion, vs. tt. John's (22-4). At Chicago Illinois (19-3), Big Ten champion, vs. Dayton (27-3); Princeton (16-8),. Ivy League champion, vs. Duquesne (22-2). At Kansas City Kansas (22-2), Big Seven champion, vs. Texas Christian (22-3), Southwest Conference champion; New Mexico A. & M. (21-8), Border Conference champion, vs. St. Louis University (22-7), Missouri Valley Conference champion. At Corvallis Santa Clara (15-9), vs. U.C.L.A. (19-10), Pacific Coast Conference champion; Wyoming (29-6), Mountain States Conference champion, vs. Oklahoma City (17-7). relies on breaking through the zone by fast-breaking through the two defenders Who lay back, or b.y having the forwards knife through on set plays. Rupp indicated yesterday that ROLLER SKATf which employs the double pivot with 6-7 and 6-8 men. Team Scores Well Still, Rupp says he doesn't consider Penn State (winner of 20 of 24 games) a free ride into the second round of the Raleigh regional. "They're big enough to cause us trouble," commented Der Baron.' "We got a scouting report on them by telephone and I understand they have 6-6 and 6-7 men as starters. "What's more, they score heav- Saxton Cops 26th In Row New York, March 14 (P) Undefeated Johnny Saxton won his 26th straight fight tonight when Referee Harry Kessler disqualified Lester Felton of Detroit, for continuous holding. The bout was halted at 1:31 of the sixth round of the Madison Square Garden 10-rounder. Robert Christ enberry, chairman of the State Athletic Commission, immediately ordered Felton's purse held up. Warned In Third The referee warned Felton from the third round on to "get in there and fight" and in the sixth round he told the Detroit Negro, who was subbing for Johnny Bratton, "This is the last time I'm going to warn you. Let's have a fight." The small crowd of 3,958 which paid $14,259 started booing and clapping hands from the third round on as the welterweights huffed and puffed and held. ily .for a team that doesn't shoot too much, waiting for the better shots. They've been up there in the 70's and 80's pretty consistently this season." The Penn Staters, by the way, played that unique to say the least ball game several weeks ago. They met underdog Pittsburgh, and Pitt put on the stalL Final score: Penn State 24, Pittsburgh 9. Penn State's Record 51 Ithaca . 21 H 73 Bucknell 63 H 46 Wash, & Jeff 49 V 62 Michigan U 60 N 62 Pittsburgh 40 V 68 Colgate 51 H 61 Syracuse 57 H 74 Carnegie Tech 56 H 85 Gettysburg 70 V 89 Dickinson 45 V 52 Pittsburgh 45 V 53 Navy 49 V 77 American U. 52 V 61 West Virginia U. 60 V 66 Rutgers 52 H 83 Georgetown (D. C.) 55 H 72 Rhode Island U 65 V 85 Army 73 V 52 Pennsylvania 54 V 63 Colgate 65 V 72 Syracuse 76 V 84 West Virginia U 65 H 24 Pittsburgh 9 H 80 Bucknell 67 H H Denotes home games; V Games away; N Game on a neutral floor. 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