Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 8
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 8

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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HIDAY, NOViMHK 9, tM2 ANpUSON DAILY IULLETIN PAGI f St. Mary's, Highland Open Cage Seasons This Weekend HIGHLAND LADDIES-Rtody for Highland's prep basketball season opener when Royerton viiiti the Laddies Saturday night are the- following varsity team members: front row, from left to right, Don Bartlett, Dale Bennett, Al Green, Myorn Noble, Dick Hon- cock and Mike. Brandon; back row, Assistant Coach Roger Whitehead, Bob Hunt, Jim Smith, Steve Thornburg, Dan James, Tom Lantz, Gary Brannenberg end Coach Chuck Smith. (Bulletin Photo) New Highland Cage Coach To Make Debut Saturday Highland, and its new head coach, Chuck Smith, plunge headlong into the 1962-'63 Indiana prep basketball season Saturday night by. hosting Royerton in a Missis- sinewa Valley Conference encounter. Smith, a former standout on the hardwood and baseball diamond for Anderson High School and the University of Nebraska, makes his Hoosier coaching debut following several seasons of successful prep cage tutoring in the state of Nebraska. He will be able to call upon just two returning lettermen this HIGHLAND trip, Alcn Green and Tom Lantz. lj anie lj' But those two ranked first and "' Coach: Chuck Smith Player Bartlett, Don F Bennett, Dale G Brandon, Mike ... Green, Alan G Hancock, Dick G Liinlz, Tom ..; F Thorntmrg, Steve C Bronnenberg, Gary F Noble, Myron G Smith, Jim C Hunt, Bob Ihird. respectively, in pointmak- ing for the Scots last campaign. Green, now a 5-11 senior guard, tallied' 268 points, and the 6-2 coaching. Lambert advocated Hie "run-and-shoot" brand of basketball. However, only time will answer just what style, or styles, Lanlz got 187 as Highland won Smith may employ at Highland. seven of 23 engagements on the overall season in l%l-'62. Lantz is also a senior this year, as are seven of the 12 men listed on Hi* Scot varsity roster. Three Green. Our boys have good spirit juniors and a pair of sophomore and altitudes." Highland will be embarking round out Smith's first squad at the present. SOME SIZE Seven of the 12 men stand at upon a cage slate which includes 18 regularly scheduled games, plus participation in the Madison least six feet tall, giving the County invitational tourney in Scots promise of greater height January. Eight of the tilts will than they have had during re be home affairs, but the Scots' cent seasons. The tallest man on gym will be used for a ninth, the club is 5-4 senior Steve Thornburg who saw limited action with Other op|x>rtunities for local fans the varsity last campaign. Others, besides Lantz. are: 6-2 junior Jim Smith, 6-1 senior Mike Brandon, 6-1 sophomore Dan James, 6-1 sophomore Bob Hunt and 6-0 junior Gary Bronnenbcrff. Bronnen- bcrg also got into some varsity tilts a year ago. Shorter members of the Highland club include: 5-9 senior Dale Bennetl, 5-10 senior Dick Hancock, 5-11 senior Don Bartlett and S-9 junior Myron Noble. basketball at Anderson II i g h School while another former Tribesmen, Dobbie Lambert, was Colors: Plaid, Black and While Pos. HI. Wt. Class 5-11 175 Senior 5-9 155 Senior F 6-1 155 Senior 5-11 150 Senior 5-10 155 Senior 6-2 160 Senior N 6-4 200 Senior 6-0 175 Junior 5-9 150 Junior 6-2 170 Junior F 6-1 150 Sophomore F 6-1 155 Sophomore Seven Games Slated Though four Madison County high school basketball teams have already opened play this campaign, this will be the first weekend which has provided a heavy schedule for such activity this fall. Five contests are on tap tonight, then two more will be played Saturday evening. Tonight, Fraiikton opens at Walnut Grove; St. Mary's and Middletown open at Middletown; Sum- milville hosts Jefferson Township; Yorktown opens at Dunkirk; and Fendleton plays Vernon Township in the latter's home game, though the tilt will be staged in the Pendleton gym. Saturday evening, Highland gels its campaign under way with a home Mississiuewa Valley Conference contest against Royerton, and Yorklown opens While River Conference action at Lapel. Coach Muff Davis is starting ilmost from scratch with his •Yankton club this trip. Only one eUiniing regular. 6-3 senior Dave luth, is buck. Last campaign, •"rankton posted a 14-5 record, one Fraiikton Basketball Roster Coach: Muff Davis Colors: Reel and White I'laycr I'os. HI. Wt. Class Busby, Stun K 6-0'/i 153 Senior Elinian. Kent G 5-7U 1-10 Senior . llu'ih. Dave C 6-3" 194 Senior Jarrett, Bill G 5-9',-i 157 Senior Condon, Butch V 6-0 1 /' 150 Junior Gosnell. Frank G 5-6'^ 151 Junior Waltcrmire, Jerry G G-O'/j. 152 Junior Waltermire, Larry F G-0'o 150 Junior Beck. Dounis G B-7',1 128 Sophomore Cunningham, Jerry F 5-10 150 Sophomore Drake, Doug '. F 5-10 145 Sophomore Stnnsberry, John G 5-7 134 Sophomore Waymire, Nick C 6-3 172 Sophomore Cawlhom. John G 5-5 115 Freshman Davis, Phil F 5-10'/> 158 Freshman Hannah, Alike G 5-4 " 130 Freshman Liuvson, David F 5-7i/> 150 Freshman Lugenbeel, Richard G 5-6 123 Freshman FRANKTON EAGLES-Representing Fronkton High School when the Eagles open season prep cage play at Walnut Grove Friday evening will be: front row, from left to right, Dennis Beck, Frank Gosneil, Bill Jarrett, Kent Ehman and Doug Drake; bock row, Coach Muff Davis, Larry Waltermire, Jerry Waltermire, Dave Huth, Nick Waymire, Stan Busby, Butch Condon and assistant coach Paul Davis. (Bulletin Photo) SPIRIT—ATTITUDE Smith reports, "We are hoping for the best. We have two re- luming lettermen, Lantz and a Feb. 8 Walnut Grove home lilt. to see Highland in action in this city will be providcil by road games at Madison Heights and St. Mary's. This campaign, Highland will meet each of the other six Missis-, sinewa Valley Conference squads on the hardwood. In addition to tomorrow night's opener against The complete Highland basketball schedule is as follows: Nov. 10—Ro.vcrton' Nov. 17—al Alexandria Nov. 21—at Frankton Dec. I— Winchester* Dec. 7—at Madison Heights Dec. 15— Dalevllle Dec. 20—Stlmmitvllle Dec. 21—at Fairmnunl* Jan. 8—at St. Mary's Jan. 11—at Dunkirk Jan. 16, 17, 19—Mod. Co. Invita tional Jan. 25—nt HaRcrslovvn* Feb. 1—at Marklcvllle Feb. 2— Pcndlelon Feb. B—at Walnut Grove (High' land gym) Feb. !l—at Portland* Feb. 15—Missisbineu-a* Feb. 16—Middletown Fob 22—Lapel •denotes MVC gnmc.i Detroit Halts Losing Streak By United Press International The Dclroil Pistons, who must Itoyerton, the Scots have home have been wondering if lady luck MVC lilts slated against Winches- had abandoned them, ended a ler and Mississinewa. Road loo contests be played at Fail Smith broke into high school mount, Portland and Hagerslown This will he the first scaso Highland will have qualified fo the MVC basketball litlc. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH at 1:30 P.M. LOCATED ON WEST ROAD 32, ACROSS ROAD FROM EDGEWOOD, NEAR NEW BAPTIST CHURCH This is a large 3-family apartment building and one 10x16 building. 3 bath rooms, 4 gas furnaces, deep well pump, and a few other articles. Buildings to be removed from the premises on or before January 10, 1963. Terms: CASH Nol Responsible for Any Accidents EDGEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH H. D. KIRK, Auctioneer H - B Nov. 3 - 9 Notice of Executor's Sale of Real Estate Anderson Banking Company, as Executor of the will of George Leroy Eckel, deceased, will sell at public auction, at 1:30/o'clock P.M. on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 24, 1962, on the premises al No. 1812 Central Avenue, Anderson, Indiana, the following described real estate in Madison County, in tiie Stale of Indiana, to-wit: I,ot numbered Three (3) in Heltel's Addition lo the City of Anderson. This house, located at 1812 Central Avenue, consisls of 4 rooms downslairs and 2 rooms and bath upstairs. The appraised value is 56,300.00. Sale to be for not less than two-thirds (2/3) of appraised value. Purchaser must pay 10% of bid in cash at completion of bidding and balance upon delivery of Executor's deed. Buyer to pay second installment-of 1962 taxes,-due in November, 1963. An abstract of title will be furnished. ANDERSON BANKING COMPANY, Executor of the will of Georg* teroy Ecktl, deceaicd. BECKMAN. ROTRUCK «nd SCHUYI.KR, Attorneys for Executor HECTOR D. KIRK, Auctioneer C—8196d Nov. 2-9-16 seven-game losing streak Thursday night as they squeaked pasl the Cincinnati Royals. 116-1H, the National Basketball Association's only game. H was the first victory of the season for Dick McGuire's Pistons, who handed the Royal's their third straight loss and thci fifth in eight games this season. Allhouph Delroit led by 15 points late in the third nuarlcr. Oscar RobcrLson and Jack Twyman led a Cincinnati rally that closed the gap to one point three times during the hectic fourtl period. Willie Jones' foul shot with seven seconds remaining iced it for the Pistons. Robertson led all scorers with 38 points, while big Bailey Howell paced the winners with 29. AUCTION SALES I GIANT CHRISTMAS SALE All New Merchandise Sim., Nov. 11, 2 p.m. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HERE AND SAVE Honwnold appliances tt ill kindi, irons, coffee pots, lonsters, French fryers, blankets, pillows, sleak kntfc •els, toys of ill kinds tools, electric drills and saws, lamps and many, many more items loo numerous to mention. t STEWART'S AUCTION J Wcirdcli Flatford, Auctioneer ^ 4415 Stat« Rd. 67 E. L Sat.. Nov. 10—11 A.M. Leon B. 4 Garland Dellfnger Sr.. Public Auction. Located 3 miles West and 1 mile North of EN wood, O n. Swinford, Eddie Nash, Aucts. II. D. Kirk. Aucf. Sat., Nov. JO—1 P.3I. Mr. k Mrs, Roy Creamer, Auction Sale of Personal Property, Located East of Alexandria on State Rd. 28 between State Rd. fl and Summltville Road on the South side. EgK M. Hood. Auct. Sal., Nov 17—10 A.M. Wiley Weaver. Public Salt o( Cattle. Feed, Farm Tools, Lo- rated 3 miles N.W. nf Anderson on Moss Island Road, north sids of Bailey Chapel Church. Sal.. Nnv. 17—in : .1f> A.M. Mr. A- Mrs. Dowry Rpccr, Public Pale, Located 3 miles Foutli of Markleville. Joe Kellum, Jim Bradley. Aucts. Si!.. Nov."JO—1:00 P. M. Tubllc Sale of Household Goods, Located 229 North Pendleton Ave., Pendleton, Indiana. Mr*. Lula Collins, Owner. Jim Bradley and Joe Kcllums, Auction- eery. Sat., Nov.. 10—1:30 P.M. Edgewood Baptist Church —Real Estate Auction. Located on Hoad 32. West. H. D. Kirk. Auct. Thurs..'Xov. 15—10 A.M. V. Gene Whisler. Executor, Sale of Personal Property, Located I mile cast and 1 mile south of Marklevllle. Morton McShurley 4 Wayne Phcanls, Aucts. Sat., Nov. 17—11:30 A.M. Marvin Brown & Lynman Overshiner, Public Sale. Located 3 miles north of Gaston on County Road 600W to Road 1200N, thert west P,l miles. Kenneth Sherbahn. Auct. Sat.. Nov. 17—1:30 P.M. Anderson Bank Trustee, Public Sale of Household Goods, Lo> catcd 614 W. 10th St.. H. D. Kirk, Auct. Wed.. Nov. 21—10:3* A.M. Elmer Collins A Helen Arnold, Public Sale, located 1 mile north of Charlotfesviilc on Wilkinson Road and '« mile east Joe Kellum. Jim Bradley Auct. Sat.. Nov. 24—1:30 P.M Anderson Bank Kxcc'ulnr, Real Estate Auction, l^raterl lfiI2 Central Ave.. H. D. Kirk, Auct. TllfS., Nov. 27—10:3(1 A.M. W H. I-rsch, Public Salr of Cattie. Hftgs. Sheep. Tools, Located IS Mile* nnrlh of Andcr- *<in on Rri. 9 to Country Kilch- fn. then 3' a milos east, H. D. Kirk, Auct. Few Experienced Players Listed On Fraiikton Club if the best in the county, quad was defeated in the The first ound of sectional action, 58-51), >y Alexandria. Last fall, the Eagles opened with a 75-26 victory ivcr Walnut Grove, their oppon- int tonight. A complete rundown the Frankton learn elsewhere on today's iports pages. St. Mary's has its tup appears Bulletin three ;corers back from a club which [raptured local fans' imagination vith fine play last campaign. That Hudson and Jim Waltermire. lub had a 12-3 season record, hen defeated Madison Heights In ectional play before losing to lighland. In WRC competition a Coach Muff Davis, the dean of so. firsl-llne substitutes Max Hop- Madison County prep Imskctball PeK Wayne ^Kerkhoff _ and lien coaches, faces a major rebuilding job with his Frankton Eagles this season. Frankton will have but one returning regular for duly when it opens the campaign at Walnut Grove Friday evening. Dave Huth. a 6-3 senior pivot man who tallied 142 points in 20 appearances last season, is that one returning first-stringer. Losl by graduation were 1961-'62 regulars John Smith. Dal Curtis, Steve • age, (he Gaels posted a 2-5 ecord. Those three pointmakcrs ire 5-8 Dick Daoust, 5-8 Roger iroderick and 5-11 Don Wagner. Middletpwn, St. Mary's host in his evening's WRC affair, closed A'ith a 13-5 mark in regular sea>on action last campaign, then vent on to cop the New Castle ectional for the second consccti- ive year. The Cossacks won their irst regional game, then dropped i heartbreaker to Muncie Cen- ral. Coach Von Jameson's Cossacks lad a 4-3 record in WRC play last ime. One of tliose wins was n )9-35 verdict over tlic Gaels. Mid- Jlelown had S-2',4, Kelly Fields and 6-214 Larry Reedy hack as Summitville will be hoping to sven its record at for the «ason when it takes on Jeffcr- Township tonight. The inex- wricnced Goblins sustained a dc- eal. in their opener at the hands jf Marklcvillc. Pendleton flashed fine form in humping Lapel In its opener lasl veek. Coach Carl Floyd lias his harges keyed for a second win iy topping Vernon Township. He is expected to use the same alignment tonight as was employed in the Irish opener. This would have 5-11 Mike Hanna and 6-2 Virgil Mabrey at forwards, with 6-2 Allen Baker at center, and 5-8 Jon Crosley and C-2 Mike Smith in the backcourt. Yorktown, which replaced Highland In the WRC this season, opens at Dunkirk tonight, then has a loop lilt at Lapel Saturday evening. Coach Charlie Hodson has five returing lettermen, and fairly good height among his varsily personnel. Lapel is under the lutlcdgc of a new coach, Jerome Sleftcnagel. The Bulldogs absorbed a disappointing defeat by Pendleton in their opener, but are expected to improve as the season progresses. HIGHLAND TO OPEN In Saturday's other fiame, Highland opens against visiting Roycr ton in a Mississinewa Valley Conference fracas. Chuck Smith, Highland's new coach, will be making his debut with a squad which has only two returning let- lermen. These two are G-2 senior Tom Lanlz and 5-11 senior Al Green. A complete rundown on the Highland team appears elsewhere on the Bulletin sports pages today. Hichwinc, picked up diplomas last spring. The' Wallermiro twins, Jerry nnd Larry, are back after seeing sparse duty with the varsity a year ago. Each of these juniors stands 6-0',4. Other substitute.!; on ast spring's Franklon sectional earn who are back arc C-O 1 .: senor Stan Buyhy and . r )-[i'i senior 3ill Jarrelt. A fourth senior listed n the Eagle varsity is 5-7'.:: Kent Simian. Only eiglil men, tliose four sen- ors and four juniors are actually islcd on the Frankton rosier at he present. Other than the Wal- crmire twins, the juniors are 5-6'/4 Frank Gosnell and 6-0','z Butch Condon. Davis has five sophomores and five freshmen in contention for the remaining varsity berths. 'Hie only one of Ihcsc who lops the six-foot mark is sophomore Nick Waymire. Due to a lack of size among Eagle caiv didales this fall, Waymire may Tlif complete 1062-TvJ Krankton basketball schedule is xs follows: Nov. 8—at Walnut Grove Nov. H—Surnmllville* Nov. 21—Highland Nov 30—Vernon Township Dec.7—at Jackson Central Dec. 8—Lapel* Dec. H—Windfall Jan. 4 .and 5—Pendleton Invita- lonal Jan. II—Marklivlllc* Jan. 16. 17 and 10—County Inv|. .ntiunni Jan. 25—Midritrtown' Jan. 26—at Alexandria Feb. I—Pcnrtlnton' Feb. B—nl Yorktown* Feb. !l-at Fan-mount Feb. 15—al Madison Height! Fcb IS—SI. M.-u-v's* •denotes WFtC contests fitted into Frankton's varsity plans. Last trip, Franklon posted a very respectable H-5 record dur ing the regular season before drop pint; its opening sectional til lo Alexandria. In WRC action registered a (»-t nutrk lo cop run nerup honors in Hie circuit stand ings. A year ago, (lie Eagles followe< that win with victories over Sum- mitviile and Highland, l«forc los- HK lo Vernon Township. Hum- milviilo will lie the first of nine opponents Franklon will face al umie this fall, The Goblns help Franklon initiate WRC action on Nov. Hi. Bowling, 30c at Rains NOW! NOW! NOW! 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