Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 15
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PAGE 10 ANDERSON DAILY lULLCTIN MONDAY, DICEMMR 17, 1X2 Week's Prep Card Includes Four Nights Of Play EC Washington Loses 1st Game Sunday School Cage Results INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indi- ..jina'i 49 undefeated high school basketball teams of six days ago wcr» down to 33 today and the most prominent of 16 stumblers was East Chicago Washington, rated No. 1 in the state before the week's shooting started. Roosevelt, Indianapolis Broai Ripple. Won 5—Evansville Bosse, Indi anapolis Howe and Tech. Munci Central, Noblcsville, Tcrre Haul Wiley. Won 4 — Evansville Centra' Huntington. The list will shrink some mor South Bend Central, xvhich had this week. Otterbein is playing i taken its own first lumps a week Fowler's tourney Monday anc early from undefeated .Michigan City, slopped the Senators 7666. A 27-point performance by Washington's 6-8 Rich Mason didn't Tuesday. Bourbon be a Mentone and Alexandria at Hunt ington Friday. And the Frida> program also will match Indii match the two 18-point clusters oflnnpolis Howe and Broad Ripple Central's Jim Ward and Mike Warren, a pair of 5-11 juniors. The week's top game may bo Gary Roosevelt at South Benc Other first-time. losers Saturday Central Saturday night. night included Beech Grove, 83-72 by Triton: Sullivan, 5641 by Terre Haute Gerstmeyer. and Indianapolis Cathedral, 73-59 by Kokomo. Th« perfect record teams: First-time losers besides East Chicago Washington were Bloomfield, Brownstown. Reynolds. Ver- ssilles. Beech Grove. Goshen. Selma, Knox. Lafayette, Penys ville, Evansville .Memorial a:id Re.x Mundi, Sullivan, .leffereon- villc and Indianapolis Cathedral. The perfect record teams: Won 9— Eminence, Fowler, Loogootee. Won 8 — Albion. Coal City, Mount Ayr, New Ross, Wells, Westville. Won 7—Albany, Berne, Bourbon, Mentone. Michigan City. Morgan Township of Harrison Co.. Otterbein. Sharpsville, Tunnelton. Union Township of Randolph Co. Won 6 — Alexandria. Columbia City, Columbus. Frankton, Gary Bowling, 30c at Rains New AMF balls, $16.95, Pro Cage Results Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Saturday's Results Cincinnati 124. Boston 120 Chicago 142, New York 101 Los Angeles 113, San Francisc 104 Sunday's Results Chicago 110, Detroit 106 St. Louis 115, New York 108 Syracuse 144, San Francisco 13 Today's Games Chicago vs. Detroit at Ne\ York Cincinnati at New York St. Louis at San Francisco ABL Saturday's Results Oakland 117, Philadelphia 115 Kansas City 110, Long Beach 8 Sunday's Results Oakland 104, Philadelphia 102 Pittsburgh 109. Chicago 107 (ot Kansas City 112, Long Beach Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's damn Philadelphia at Kansas City ALUMINUM SIDING SPECIAL Our large volume for the year has enabled up to offer you a tremendous discount oh any siding or remodeling job purchased in the remainder of 1962. Save - Save - Save REMODELING - AWNINGS KITCHEN CABINETS FURNACES - ADDITIONS NO DOWN PAYMENT NO PAYMENT TIL MAR. '63 CONSOLIDATION AVAILABLE FREE ESTIMATES See our newest material and latest design. Work now In progress at 1222 Madison Ave. horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Owens. JACK HALL ALUMINUM, Inc. Eves, and Sun. 644-5661 412 W. 26th Phon* 642-7788 SENIOR A Belliel 12 1Z Referee, Montgomery; ^uudcbush. Umpire, rtcadowbrook Mounds Referee, idle; 19-fi.i 16-54 Umpire. Naylor, Elm Grove 12 10 lofcrcc, Montgomery; loudcbush, 5KNIUK B Vorth Anderson !> 17 East Lynn 14 Umpire, 22—62 10—46 Ueferee, Naylor; Umpire, Hunter. JUNIORS •forth Anderson 5' 8 S 14—3* First Nazarene. 6 2 10 0—18 ileferee. Hunter; Umpire, Naylor Brethren Madison Av*. nefer«. Idle; ID 2 a 12—32 554 a—: Umpire, Hunter. 18—54 2—15 South Meridian 10 13 IS Sast Lynn 7 l S rteferee, Taylor; Umpire, idle. MontRoni 6 ryj Umpire, Cent. Christian 447 S— 24 Elm Grove 4 1 2 4—11 v— Central Christian player tipped basket for Kim Grove. East Side 6 6 15 6—33 irst Methodist 527 5—10 Referee. Idle; Umpire. McNabney. South Meridian Madison Aven Referee, Roudebush; Umpire, Dick- Grov« 6—sn Referee, McNabney; Umpire, .Idle. Total :m Grove Madison Avcnu* Kcfcree, Hunter; 10 13 33 15—3' Chesterfield 7 s >Jorth Anderson 4 S Refere*. Idle; Umpire, Madison Avenue 4 8 Referee. Montgomery, Roudebush. Florida S 13 S. Meridian Umpire, Idle. 7 9 10 9—35 11—29 Naylor. 9 13 14 11—53 3 3 11 9-26 Ueferce. McNabney; Umpire, Idle Fifth Street 13 Referee, Dickerson; debush. 9 9 Umpire, 7— 33 Rou- 'lorida Melh. Method. 16—53 11—42 Referee, Roudebush; Umpire, Montgomery. Chesterfield 2 8 Heferce. Roudebush; Montgomery, Umpire, South Meridian First Nazarene Referee, Hunter; 10 16 13 4 12 6 3—25 Umpire, Naylor. P.P. Methodist 12 12 14 9—17 Nobel Street 4 U 13 8—36 Referee, Idle; Umpire, Hunter. Chesterfield 13 12 14 13- Park Road 6 13 811- Referee, Roudebush; Umpire, MonlRomery. 'Frisco Happy To Get Pair From Orioles SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Thc National League champion San 'Yancisco Giants welcome Billy Hoeft as a Ions-needed left-handed relief pitcher and Jack Fisher as "' additional strength in the starting corps. "We Rave up a lot but we got ,vhat we've needed." vice presi- Icnt Charles (Chub) Feeney said of Saturday's trade with Baltimore that sent pitchers Stu Miller and Mike McCormick and catcher John Orsino to the Orioles. In addition to Hoeft and Fisher, Lhe Giants received reserve catch- Jim Cokcr in the six-player deal. The. right-handed Fisher, at 23 Tigers, Irish To Clash Gaels Entertain Cadiz Tomorrow High school basketball activity this week involving Madison County squads will come in clusters as the clubs cram in contests prior to Christmas school vacations. Tuesday evening, Cadiz will visit St. Mary's at the Anderson High School gym; Harrison Township will be «t Summitville; Pendleton entertains Alexandria; and Lapel journeys to Sheridan. Summitville plays a second'game in as many evenings by visiting Highland Thursday evening, and nearby'Yorktown is to be at Cowan that night. On Friday evening, East Chicago Washington will be at the Wigwam for a date witli Anderson; Alexandria goes to Huntington for a Central Indiana Conference encounter; Elwood invades Nobles- viile; Highland goes to Fairmount, and Madison Heights entertains New Castle. Also Friday, Middletown will have Mississincwa in for a tilt, and York-town entertains Hagcrs- town. On Saturday night. St. Mary's has a home White River Conference game at the Wigwam against Murkleville. and New Castle will be at Elwood. Summitville lost to Walnut Grove Friday evening after having broken into the win column for the first time this fall in its last previous contest. The Goblins now have a 1-7 record for the season. However, Coach Jim Stone has been playing younger fellows. Jim Kurtz, a c-l',i sophomore is the team's leading point- maker this fall with 113 points in eight tilts. TOP ATTRACTION Tuesday evening's Alexandria- Pendleton match must be billed as the top attraction of the night. PeiKlelton has lost only to undefeated Noblcsville in eight contest this trip, while Alexandria has yet to drop one after Grade School Cage Results PAPOOSE STANDINGS (Delaware Division) w. L. ret. Itazclwood 4()1000 Shadeland _ 3 1 750 Wcstvale 2 2 ,50C North Anderson 2 2 .500 Washington l t 3 .250 Itiley — ... o 4 .000 . (Miami Division) VV. L. Prt. Meadowbrouk \\ 0 1.000 2!)t)i Street ;t L .750 7th street 1 2 ,:t;)3 Longfellow i 2 .;cj; Park Place 0 3 .000 Last Week's Results Meadywbrook :i3. 29th Street 22 Weslvale 25. Washington 12 Shadeland 24, North Anderson 20 Longfellow 28, Park Place 11 Hazel wood 42. Riley 14 7th Street, bye Thursday, Dec. 20 Ganio At North Anderson — 4 p.m. — North Anderson vs. rtiley; 5 p.m.— Me ad own rook vs. Longfellow. At Hazelwood — Hazeiwood vi. Washington; 29th Street, Idle. At Wcstvale—Weslvale vs. Shadeland; Park Place vs. 7lh Street. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Result! Anderson St. Mary's M, Lapel ; DaleviUe 61, Andersoa Highland t Auburn 87, Churubusco M Batesville 68. Jac-Cen-De! « Baugo Twp. 50, Wakarusa 47 Berne 77, Leo 54 Bloomfield 55, Lintoh 50 . Bluffton 65, Angola 56 Boone Grove 79, Hammond Gav- , 57 Bremen 73. Plymouth 69 Center 60, Cadiz 50 Chesterton 72, Ixjwpll 60 Crawfordsville 64, West Lafayette 39 Danville 79, North Salem « Decatur Central 54, Zionsville 53 Eminence 100, New Winchester Boxes: Zillli Sfrrrt P. nicdsoc, f. Graham, f -S. Hosier, e '. Ffi FT Tl 1 M. Hosier, tests. Coach Carl Floyd's Irish 17—50 have been flexing fheir offensive " muscles, tallying !X) points in their last game against Knightstown. Alexandria, under the guidance of Coach Shorty Burdsall. generally employs a more deliberate type of offense, but will run upon occasion. Burclsall's chilis are known for their sticky defensive play. Eacli of these clubs have had balanced scoring in most games this fall. However, 5-8 Jon Crosley got away for 311 [joints for the Irish against Knighlstown last week. Lapel now has a 2.5 record after losing to St. Mary's Saturday eveiu'ng. Slxiridan, the Hull- dogs' opponent Tuesday night, opened the curcnt campaign with n impressive win over KIwuod, nd has played respectable ball ince. Totals ______ ttcartoivnrook Moody, 1 •layer, i .ane. c lliunlck, K Graham, B Totals — ............ .1 Vrstvalc FO tampion, f ____________ ;t tk'BuiTniiRh, 1 _________ II Inmmons. c ___________ 1 Icnitrlcks, « ........... 3 Davis, B illlinfiwood Currey Referee, KlnR; the youngest man in the deal, won 12 games at Baltimore in 1%0 and 10 in 1961, but was only 7-9 Ihe past season with a poor earned- run-average of 5.Oil. Hoeft, 30, has spent 11 seasons in the majors. He won l(i games at Detroit in 1955 and 20 the next year, but developed arm trouble and hasn't won more than seven ;amcs in any year since 1958. He was 4-8 with a 4.62 ERA in 1%2. Miller will be 35 on Dec. 26. He was the National League ERA champion in 1958 and a 14-game winner in 1901, leading the bullpen staff. As the Giants won the 1962 flag, Miller was only 5-8 with a 4.12 ERA. Sports Briefs HONOR AI.EX WEBSTER NEW YORK (UPI) — Fullback Uex Webster was presented with cruiser speedboat Sunday for eing voted the New York Giants lost Valuable Player of the year y a chain of 40 New York clolh- ng stores. On Saturday Webster presented with a Catholic foutli Organization award as the most popular Giant player. NORM SNEAU INJURED WASHINGTON (UPI) - Quart- rback Norm Sncad of the Wash- ngton Redskins suffered a shoul- ler separation Sunday during the jirtdms." irst period of the Redskins' game vith the Pittsburgh Steelcrs. inead was hit by Steeler linebacker John Heger 'after getting off £ GET YOUR CHRISTMAS LOAN NOW Easy! Convenient! Quick! Get the cash you need before you buy. Or get cash to pay a group of billsi put them all together into one Family loan, repay on a convenient Family plan. Only one monthly payment, only on» plai« t* pay. Check chart and see how low your monthly payment can be. CASH LOANS UP TO $500 UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY CASH YOU OET $250 350 450 500 MONTHLY PAYMENT 14 Monlhi $14.49 19.8S 25.04 27.61 11 Montht $17.92 24.68 31.27 34.53 11 Month) $24.87 34.42 43.80 48.46 FAMILY CREDIT CORPORATION 940 Meridian Street Phoi«: 643-5307 CASH LOANS UP TO $3,000 UP TO 36 MONTHS TO REPAY 'orlli An ll.irk. f ;ocrinc. iniith. c }nu'nlnn, Inlslcy. C Yuchlood Cope - Totals !!)th Street Mc:ulowbriiok teferce, King; 10 FG „ 3 . — 2 2 4 3 ]4 2 FT 7 8 10 Umpire, He Irlirke. f I) !;irrclt. f _ II I'llirs. c 1 'irkctt. f! n arforrl. g 2 5 33 4— 22 8—33 .'iisley. FT T! 0 I 2 1 1 : ........... - ..... _ ..... „ 1 Totals n 2 2 5 7 Umpire, .1 ar 4 .1-12 a 8—25 Henslcy _______________ (l FC FT Tl 1 ____________ .H II ToLllIs 7 ihaitrland I-'n olmson, t 4 tfcal. I n Elackmnn. a n :lmmons. c 2 May, f 1 Totals _. 7 10 2 Referee, Dodd; Umpire, Wannkc Kfellnw FG Virtmlsnn, f 6 ;ha\v, f 0 Jorton. c 2 Hornbcck. t n -Nipple. C 2 iiaymure 2 "ase 1 FT Tl 0 1 Totals 13 Park 1'lact FG . _ Kleuihenn, jc ___________ 0 Ray .............. ------ l Totals LonRfulloxv 14 Park Plac« 4 2 FT BASKETBALL SCOKES FHE Evansville Central 52, Fort Branch 30 Evansville Harrison 69, Vincennes Catholic 49 Fayette Central 48. Boston 22 Fort Wayne Catholic 8V, Fort Vayne Luers 65 Fremont 33, Ashley 31 Garrctt 64, Harlan 45 Gary Andrean 64. Muskegon Mich.) Catholic Central 59 Gary Roosevelt 69, South Bend Riley 58 Greenfield 63, Shclbyville 61 Greenwood 62, Speedway 57 Hagerstown 103, Farmland 65 Huntertown 60, Elmhurst 53 Huntington Catholic 48, Hoag- and 43 Indpls Arlington 55. Avon 46 Indpls Broad Hippie 57, Indpls -acred Heart 50 Indpls Howe 74, Lawrence Cen- ral 62 Indpls Scecina 61, Terre Haute Scliulte 41 Indpls Washington 67, Warren Central 53 Indpls Wood 86, Brookville 69 Jackson Central 90, Prairie Twp. 46 Kokomo 73, Indpls Cathedral 59 Knightslown 75, Liberty 39- Knightstown Memorial 65, Cell .erville 58 Lafayette Catholic 70, Attica 44 Laporte 84, Hammond Noll 5! Lr/lon 59. Ind. Deaf School 27 70 Martinsvillc 66, Greensburg 43 Michigan City 74, Fort Wayne South 57 Morrislown 80. Wilkinson 76 Muncic Central 90, Hammond 65 Nappancc 69, North Jndson 40 New Albany 67, Franklin 53 48 New Castle 79, Muncic South side 72 New Paris (Ohio) 9-1, Whitewater 56 Norlhfield 74, Iluntinglon Tvp 59 Pcnn 84, Green Twp. (St. Jo seph Co.) r>3 Pike 60. Franklin Central 59 Pleasant .Mills 71, Petroleum 59 Rochester 49, Culver 48 Royerton 54, Dunkirk 53 South Bend Adams 92, Wabasl 4-1 South Bend Central 76, Eas Ihirngo Washington 66 Soulhport 69, North Centra (Marion Co.) 48 Staunton 62, Brazil 54 Stillwell 61. Wheeler 58 Ktraughn 86, Cambridge City 7 Tcrrc Halite Gerstmeyer 56, Sill livan 41 Terre Haute Sljple 81, Hone; Creek 49 Tcrrc Haute Wiley 68, Nort Central (Sullivan Co.) -t-t Tipton 88, Frankfort 57 Vincennes 53, Evansville North | : Wanatah 87, Kouls 39 • Warsaw 72, Syracuse 40 Washington 66, Bedford 61 Washington Twp. (Cass Co.) 77, Fair Oaks 60 Wawaka 55, Wolf Lake-52 Whitewater Twp. (Franklin Co.) 3, College Corner (Ohio) 70 Williamsburg 66, West Alexandria (Ohio) 53 Howard County Invitational Northwestern 70, North Miami > Western 70, Eastern 50 Western 66, Northwestern 62 final) Ve rnon Tourney Deputy 70, Dupont 45 (consola- ion) Jackson Twp. (Decatur Co.) 55, 'ernon 39 (final) Indiana and Big Ten College Basketball Saturday's Results Anderson !M, St. Joseph's 79 Ball State 73, Southern Illinois 18 Bethel (Ind.) 132, Moody Bible 00 DcPaul 76, Minnesota 74 DcPamv 89, Mac-Murray 82 Illinois 76, Iowa State 73 (overtime) Indiana 90, North Carolina 76 Indiana Central 105, North Cen- .ral (111.) 73 Indiana State 78, Valparaiso 65 Kentucky 71, Northwestern 60 McKendree 101, Rose Poly 88 Michigan 71, Evansville 64 Oakland City 92, Marian 78 Ohio State 74, Texas Christian 62 Ohio University 62. Iowa 54 Purdue 93, Butler 78 Spring Arbor 80, Fort Wayne Bible 70 Taylor 93, Huntington 81 Transylvania 84, Hanover 77 Vincennes 95. Bethel (Ky.) 66 Wabash 84, Wheaton 66 Wisconsin 84, Miami (Ohio) 58 MIDWEST Cincinnati 64, Kansas 49 Seattle 75, Dayton 58 Arizona State 77, Kansas State 72 Marquctle 83, St. Mary's (Calif Detroit 98, Hillsdale 76 Creighton 87, Clcmson 67 EAST St. Bonaventure 92, Kent State 7 St. John's IN.Y.) 54, St. Louis 67 Pcnn 74, t Vanderhilt 70 Princeton 65, Navy 54 Niagara- 75, Connecticut 66 Syracuse 59, Army 51 Seton Hall. 69, Boston U. 64 St. Anselm's 86, Maine 61 Massachusetts 74, Tufts 63 SOUTHWEST Texas A&M (W. Houston 67 Arkansas 90, Mississippi 60 SM U!W, Tulnno 75 Okla. St (19, Texas 65 N. Mcx. St. 72, St. Michael' N..M.) 62 MARTIN'S NEST- by JACK It has been said, "If you don't like th» weather in Indiana, just wait a few minutes and U will change." The same adage would almost seem to apply to i-Ioosier high school basketball. Just ask Lafayette and East Chicago Washington, among others. JLafayetfe felt the sting ot directed this way after a pair of noted Indianapolis sportswriters 'found themselves stranded upstream with their (auditory comments about the Tribe, after Anderson had dropped that game to Jasper. The question is "Where should he Indians be rated on those tale prep cage polls, Now?" Lafayette came to town owning a third - place ranking on one poll, and a fifth place spot on the other. East Chicago Washington, No. 1 on the Associated Press listing, and No. 2 on the United Press International rankings, tasted that loss Saturday night. This writer- 1 has a tendency to 'soft-pedal" the Indians, but it sn't going to be easy. Just how requently the Tribe will find tho range for a .600 field goal shooing average, as It did against jafayelte, is debatable. But tho defeat for the first time in six prep hardwood contests when it fell, 81-57, to Anderson at the Wigwam Friday evening. Not to be outdone, East Chicago Washington, (which wilt visit the Wigwam this Friday evening), dropped a 76-66 decision to South Bend Central Saturday evening. The Senator! had won three in a row. Thai loss to South Bend Central >y Coach John Baratto's bunch might turn out to be bad tidings for Anderson. As was attested by .he Indians' perlormance against jafaycUc. after having sustained .heir initial loss of the campaign at Jasper, a club frequently jounces back after dropping that first one. Rich Mason, the Senators t-8 center, tallied 27 markers against South Bend Central, but the Bears' better balance gave them the victory. Anderson will get into the act with Central later in the campaign. Tlie Bears have a number of holdovers from a club which ost only four contests last trip One of those four losses came overtime play against the Tribe. Anderson journeys north to meet South Bend Central on Feb TUESDAY ACTION Madison County fans won't have to wait until Friday to attend some games which show promise of providing rugged competition. A four-game card Tuesday night includes St. Mary's tussle at the AILS Wigwam against Cadiz, and Alexandria's visit to Pendleton. Pendleton has blasted by seven of eight foes this fall, whfle Alexandria owns a per- feet mark of 6-0. Frankton, the only other county team to have avoided defeat this sen- son, will not return to action until the Pendleton Invitational tourney is staged on Jan, •f-5. Frankton has a 7-0 record. * * * GOOD ADVICE, BUT— Coach Ray Estcs of the In dians admonished this writer t "learn something through the mistakes of a couple of conlempor aries." Esles' words of advice, which are admittedly ones which should be heeded, were -act remains thai the Tribe did deal one of the best quintets in .he state a resounding 81-57 de- eat. 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