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E-MNDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM ' . tafe,. I, .11 4, IMt OHM Om LMit J ly DAVE IEWIS / ' _ Sprts UiUr DAVE LEWS Lists Oddities ; Many odd and humorous things occur during the course of a year along the sports beat, and the year 1958 was no exception . . . ·For instance, it was a year in which Paul Revere sot one vote, for the Jockey Hall of Fame .. And the lights went out for a couple of minutes during a ! Saginaw, Michigan, football game and when they came on ! again it was discovered the referee had been slugged. He I was taken to a hospital with a broken jaw . . . A baseball player in , small league in Canada hit two ' home runs in one game, but i was tagged out each time for f » failing to touch third base A doctor at the University | of Kansas medical center ! switched on an electrocardio- I graph to test a patient's heart | only to get a broadcast of the World Series instead . . . Then tlioro was the swimmer who was leading In the 36-mile Guaymu marathon swim In Mexico when he suddenly had to quit. He had swallowed a jellyfish . , . A fighter in New Orleans sat down on the canvas to wait for the referee to count out his opponent, but when the ref finished the count he ruled it a double knockout. The "sitter- down" announced his retirement from the ring, declaring "this is too much" . . . And there was the true "uncrowned champion" who protested Ohio State's 51 parking fee for football games, and paddled his canoe down the Olentangy River and tied up along the bank next to the stadium . . . * * * FORMER YANKEE pitching ace, Ed Lopat, manager of Richmond, pulled a shoulder muscle reaching for a piece of toast at breakfast A convicted pickpocket, who was 71, was arrested again for violating a judge's order that he could go to Comiskey Park only if he wore boxing gloves. He protested vigorously: "With boxing gloves on, I can't eat popcorn" Police had to save a ticket scalper from a crowd of irate fans outside of Wrigley Field the day the Chicago Bears played the Rams. They arrested him for peddling the tickets, which were for the previous week's contest.. . There was the guy who was refused membership In a golf club in England, so he bought the place . . . In Tokyo, 500 angry Japanese bettors vaulted the railing and staged a two-hour sitdown strike in the middle of the stretch when' their horse was left at the post. It took 200 police to clear the track After a hunter in Michigan niissed the first six grouse his dog pointed, the dog got disgusted, and brought him a live one in its mouth Milwaukee shortstop Johnny Logan came up with the prize excuse of the year for missing a game--seasickness, the result of a.Braves', deep sea fishing jaunt on one of their Southern California trips . . , - - · ' . * * A HIGH SCHOOL track star in Michigan was shot in the chest by powder particles from a starter's pistol Horse racing tips were printed in the magazine of a parish in Bristol, England, with the explanation: "We must keep abreast of the times" . . . A woman bowler rolled 636 to'take the lead in a Florida tournament and then loaned her ball and shoes to a friend, who promptly bowled 636 to tie for f i r s t . . . . Rich Petitbon of Tulane broke loose on what appeared to be an 88-yard touchdown run against Mississippi, but suddenly tripped over the chalk lines marking the 16-yard line and fell. Rain had hardened the lime solution and left the lines about au inch higher than the rest of the field . . . Then there was the golfer whose ball missed the 16th green, rolled into a lagoon and onto a floating paper plate. He waded in, played the ball off the plate and got his par ... Two Marquette students stole Milwaukee's World Series pennant from the centerfield flagpole in plain sight of 40,000 fans Cleveland Williams, a Texas heavyweight, failed to show Up for a fight in Wales, explaining to the British Boxing Board: "It's all a mystery. I've got a message from Beyond that I'm · not well enough to fight" . . . * * * WHEN.DALE LONG of the Cubs was rushed into action behind the plate in an emergency, he became the major leagues' first lefthanded catcher in 56 years . . . A fighter in Sao Paolo, Brazil, lost a bout for refusing to hit his helpless opponent any .longer because he was afraid he would 1 seriously injure him. The referee disqualified him . . . Linemen dream of scoring touchdowns, but tackle Jim Marshall of Ohio State scored two on a blocked kick and intercepted pass to give the Buckeyes a come-from-behind 14-14 tie with Purdue ... The greyhounds at a Massachusetts dog track finally caught up with the rabbit and officials had to refund all the money to bettors TOUCHDOWN FOR SOUTH Bob Pepe of North Carolina State stretches for pass from Buddy Humphrey of Baylor, good for South's first touchdown in Senior Bowl Saturday. Defending is North's Jim Grazione of Villanova.-- (AP Wirephoto.) The student body at Houston University hanged itself in effigy for "failure to support the football team" . . . r In boxing, two performers forgot their trunks and had to retire to the dressing room, while Franz Szuzina's trunks split down the middle in a TV fight and his seconds had a robe and an extra pair of pants wailing for him when the round ended ... And Freddy Fackrell of Wales was unconscious when the bell rang ending his fight in an international amateur tournament, but he was so far ahead on points that he was given the decision. The count was at seven when the bell rang ... TEO ART BEKRY carried one club too many for an entire round in the Tucson Open and was penalized 36 strokes. He wound up with a 118 total. .. «Then there was amateur Frank Hardison, who inadver- tantly put his back nine total of 40 in the box for the 18th hole, making his round in the L. A. Open an official 119 ... ; Jim Mooty and Billy Kyser of Arkansas returned successive Hardin-Simmons kickoffs 100 yards for touchdowns .. . . R i n g announcer Johnny Addio gave an impromptu sing- Ing,recital at St. Nicholas Arena in Jfcw York when n string of quick knockouts abbreviated the show. Johnny has an album on the market at the present time . . . The Pittsburgh Pirates redeemed trading stamps for tickets, and also signed the son of a White House employe to a contract--on the recommendation of President Eisenhower... IN SENIOR BOWL Sopp-i.ec/ South Tips North, 21-12 MOBILE (UPI) -- Theron Sapp, a driving fullback from Georgia, scored twice in the second half comeback to lead the South to a 21-12 win over a stunned North team in the 10th annual Senior Bowl football game Saturday. Sapp, signed Saturday by the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, dueled throughout the afternoon with Norm Odyniec, an unheralded third-string fullback from Notre Dame, who scored both North touchdowns in the first half. The North was leading 12-7 in the third period when an electrifying 52-yard pass play from Baylor quarterback Buddy Humphrey to Mississippi State's, halfback Billy Stacy brought the South team to the North 19. · * * * THAT SET THE stage for Sapp, who took it' on plunges of 12 and seven yards, and when tackle Phil Blazer of North Carolina kicked his second of three successful conversions, the South led 14-12. Sappl all-Southeastern Conference fullback for the Georgia Bulldogs, then applied the clincher against the startled Yankee defenses. He ripped off . 53 yards on five straight carries, the last one into the end zone from one yard out. Sapp gained 158 yards on 23 SC Raps OSC 49-41 * * * * * * COUGARS WALLOP UCLA Bruins in First Loss Starring Role to Hanna C O R V A L L I S , Ore. W-Southern California ran its Pacific Coast Conference basket- jail record to 2-0 with a 49-41 victory over Oregon State here Saturday night. Southern California opened its PCC season Friday night by Jeating Oregon 65-56. Oregon State now is 0-1. The Trojans held a 19-18 halftime edge but fell behind early in the second half 22-21 as Oreion State's Lee Harman and Steve Flynn each got a field goal. T h e n Southern California scored eight straight, points while holding Oregon S t a t e scoreless, and the Trojans were ahead to stay. Bill Bloom sank a field goal :rom the side to send SC ahead 23-22. Then 6-7 Jim Hanna, a p o w e r on the backboards, iwirled in two hook shots. * * * * JIM WHITE pushed in another field goal, and the ians were ahead 29-22. With six minutes left in the game, Oregon State crept up to within three points at 36-33. But Southern California again pulled out of danger as White sank two free throws and Bloom got another pair. Oregon State had hoped to counter SC's Hanna with 6-8 Gary Goble and 6-9 Karl Anderson, but Southern California dominated the boards in the second half, and OSC's two tall men got a total of only four points. Hanna, who scored 18 points Friday night, again was a Trojan hero with a majority of the rebounds and seven key points. 1C «9) OSO (41) n F p T o F P tt'crhts 1 2 - 3 1 * Woodlnd 2 1-1 Vhlte 3 7-13 5 13 Goble 11-12 o Hanna 3 1-4 3 7 K.Andin 0 1 - 2 3 1 Kemp 3 4-4 4 10 Karman 2 10-13 4 14 Bloom 5 3-4 1 13 J.Andsn 4 1 - 1 2 8 HarapUl 1 0 - 0 0 2 Plynn 4 1 - 2 3 lye 0 0 - 1 1 0 COPPH 0 0 - 0 0 Critaer 0 0 - 0 1 24 FOR ROBERTSON Webfoots Shock California, 59-57 EUGENE, Ore. tffl--Oregon's the Ducks ahead by four points. Webfoots, paced by Stu Robertson's 24 points, upset California's two-time defending Pa-, cific Coast Conference champions, 59-57, Saturday night. A crowd of 3,697 watched Butch Kimpton dunked a free toss with 29 seconds left and sealed the victory. But the night belonged to Robertson. He hit 10 of 15 field goals and four of four gift the stirring defensive basketball tosses. He led rebounding with game that was tied 12 times 13. and see-sawed on eight other California^ Oregon occasions. It was Robertson who gave Oregon the lead for keeps ' n F r T (i F r T Grout 3 1 - 1 1 7 Strlcklnd 1 2 - 4 3 Dfllton 3 1-fi 4 8 Herron 1 6-11 4 _ Imhoff 2 3-5 * 7 P.obrtsn 10 4-1 3 24 ~ ' 6 2-3 4 14 Knykndll 4 1 - 2 1 " .. . _ 7 3-5 3'17 Hash 2 2-3 3 Fiuo Tninnfoc tn an in thn tiff McClntk 0 0-1 4. 0 J.Anilrsa 1 2-2 1 live minutes to go in me sec- Langly n o-o o o Kimpton o 1-1 a ond half. He hit a field goal, Doughty 20-11 i then added two free throws a half minute later. This pushedl, s f Ills. 23 11-22 21 57 TtlJ. Half time score: Oregon Stanford Five Dealt 1st PCC Loss, 36-31 MOSCOW, Idaho Iff)--The Idaho Vandals threw a tight defensive curtain and capitalized on a deliberate offense in the second half Saturday night to hand Stanford its first loss of the Pacific Coast Conference basketball season, 36-31. seldom, Hal Damiano and John Liveious consistently p u 11 e c down the rebounds for the Vandals who had a 48-32 edge in rebounding. * STANFORD made one surge in the second half. After the The Vandals overcame a 22-19 Vandals had taken an eight- halftime deficit while holding point lead, Stanford scored six the Indians to a mere free throw in the first 12 minutes of the second half. Before Stanford could penetrate the field ?oal column Idaho assumed straight. Then with the score 31-29 the Vandals elected to play possession ball during the final three minutes and picked up three 31-23 lead. Dick Haga's jump free throws to ice the victory shot finally broke the field goal ice for the Indians. Idaho completely dominated the backboards in the second half. When Stanford did manage to get off a shot, which was Ttl. 16 17-19 13 49 Til. 13 15-20 21 41 Dons End 5-Tilt Losing Streak S^VN FRANCISCO (UPI) -University of San Francisco, once a power in the collegiate basketball ranks, finally ended a ffve-game losing streak Saturday night by trimming an undersized San Francisco State team, 73-63. The Dons took command on their home court early in the first half and built up an eight- point margin at ha'.ftime. It marked only the third win In 12 starts for the Dons. Wildcats Topple Iowa as Big 10 Play Opens (Complied from AP and UPI) Northwestern, ranked sixth Spartans' court, MSU's Bob Ewbank Named Pro Coach of the Year WASHINGTON ( U P I ) Wccb Kwbnnk, coach of the W o r l d Champion Baltimore Colls, was selected as profcs- tional conch of the year Satur- day'by the Washington Touchdown Club, in the Associated Press basketball poll and favored to win the Big Ten title, staved off a late Iowa rally to defeat the Hawk- eyes, 80-77, as Big Ten teams opened conference play Saturday. After a 31-31 halftime tie, Iowa jumped in front in the second half and remained ahead until sophomore Chuck Brandt scored four baskets, three in a ahead 63-62. Northwestcrn's Joe Ruklick scored 28 for high point honors. Howard Walker sank a 10- foot jump shot with eight seconds to play to give Michigan State n comc-from-bohlnd 7977 victory over Indiana on the Fullerton Rally Tops LBSC Frosh Fullerton JC fought back : rom a 22 point deficit with 12 minutes left to defeat Long Beach State College's frosh, 74-66, Saturday night. The ·lornets outscored the 49ers 26-6 in the last ten minutes as three LBSC first stringers 'ouled out. Fullrrtfln JC ?4) OslcrkHmp ( S t L c d b e t t e r n i AshbauKh MO) Hermann U.1I Tobias LI1KC Fro*h (66) Knapp (11) F shoemalter M ' ^orentlne (21) sunnett Anderegg took scoring honors with 21 points. Reserve guard Lou Landt stole the ball in the final seconds of play and drove in for a lay-up basket to give Illinois an 81-80 victory over Ohio State at Champaign. Ohio State's Larry Huston scored 30 points. Minnesota rocketed to a 2 row, and put the Wildcats lea(1 in the first scven minutes and whipped Wisconsin, 79-66, at Minneapolis, Ron Johnson hit 29 points for the Gophers. Michigan led all the way bul had to fight off a spirited Tur- due rally in the closing minutes to defeat the Boilermakers, 8275, at Lafayette. Sppncer 7 t (19) Halltima score: LBSC 39. Fullerton Fnllfrton nuns: Pembroke (6). Haynea 12), McConckk (2), Cnas« (11), Mor- U.S. Hockey Team Whipped by Russia MINNEAPOLIS (UPI)--Russia's touring hockey team gave the U. S. Nationals an 8-3 hockey lesson Saturday at William's Arena here before 7,766 disappointed but appreciative Haga, who counted eighi points in the first half, ran into a stone defensive wall in Liveious in the second. He ended up with 10 for the night, high 'or the Indians. The game set a new Pacific Coast Conference personal foil record as there were only 16 called against the two teams. Stanford c F P T Idaho r, F P 1 lenrtry 2 1 - 3 2 5 Daniamo 3 3-5 1 0 Underbill 0 2 - 2 4 2 Arlllga 3 0-0 1 6 Walton 2 1-1 1 Neumann 2 1-1 3 - - . . . 0 - 0 0 0 sehaffer 00-10 0 Williams 0 0 - 1 0 0 1 0 - 0 0 2 Brchrayr 0 0-0 1 0 to WSC PULLMAN, W.as.h. W -Duane Ranninger, -a s e c o n d stringer almost all s e a s o n, popped in 19 points Saturday night and led Washington State to a 71-54 Pacific Coast Conference basketball victory over UCLA. It was the first time WSC tias ever defeated the Bruins in basketball. UCLA had won eight straight over the Cougars. WSC was red hot from the free throw line and that was the margin. Ranninger hit 9 for 9 and Frank Reed made 11 for 13. Ranninger scored on .every shot he took from the field, and the free throw line. THE COUGARS, not expected to do much this season, were ahead much of the first half but it was 26-26 at the half. The Bruins fell behind 35-33 on Ranningcr's short jump sho' early in the final period and he hit again seconds later to send WSC well ahead. · Ranninger, a 6-foot-3 junior from Spokane, scored eigh straight points in the second half and fouled out with more than 13 minutes left. * * * * THE BRUINS played without Rater Johnson, the world de cathlon champion who lee UCLA with 14 points in a 62-53 victory over Idaho. He flew to New York to accept a "Man o" the Year" award from a na tional sports magazine. The Cougars shot 50 per cem in the second half to only 25." for UCLA. Ranninger had scored only 11 points in 10 previous games. l-CLA (511 WSO ( I I ) ,, ,, , S/gCo//ege All-Stars Win, 14-12 TUCSON, Ariz Wl -- Bob Cravens, Kentucky halfback, cored oh an injercepted pnss nd blocked two conversion at- empts to give the Major Col- ege All-Stars a come-from- ehind 14-12 victory over the mall College All-Stars in the iptimist Bowl Saturday. Cravens snared a pass by uarterback Bob Webb of St. .mbrose and raced 16 yards to touchdown in the third quar- er. Halfback George Dixon of Jridgeport scored on the open- ng kickoff for the underdog mall College stars. Halfback Ed Meadir of Arkansas Tech rabbed the kickoff on the two- ard line and gave it to Dixon n a reverse on the 18. .Dixon's fumble of a.punt on le 13-yard line set up :-a Major College score. Steve Garban of 'cnn' State recovered it late n the first quarter and quar- erback Sy -Williams of Wis- ohsin broke through to the our-yard line on a fake fourth own field goal attempt, and vent over right guard from the-'twq after 2:15 in the second uarter. Charlie Rash of Misouri converted, putting . the Majors ahead 7-6. * * * * · THE SMALL COLLEGE All- tars went ahead 12-7: -in the econd period when Billy Aus- n of Rutgers fumbled a punt n his nine. Webb passed to erry Richardson of Wofford or the score. The small schools niissed ouchdown by an inch on a ourth down play in the final leriod. rornce 4 7-7 1 15 ^ oss 3 ' Brandon 2 2-2 6 SJQ5J? i 5"5 i Milter ** O-** 4 4 fwnncr a H-!t a Wallace 2 0-1 1 4 \tnrn* i 7 in * - - TM s Total 18 18-25 2S 51 Tot. 19 33-42 10 . Halftlme score: UCLA. 25. WSC 26 Tot. H 3-8 9 31 Tot. 15 6-11 7 .16 Halftime score: Stanford 22, Idaho Chapman Tumbles Whittier Five, 80-67 By JERRY ADAMS Tom Cooke scored 22 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead Chapman College to an 80-67 victory over Whittier on the Panthers' court Saturday night. It was the ninth win against just one loss for Chapman this season. Shopman (80) echer (14 F Whittier (611 Kenley (n Jolinton (!) Mason (15 Holllnmr (13 Hooks r Whlulcr luhs: sanford (5). Mc- LnneliUn (3) nonncr 13). Chapman nubs; Iltbbard (5), :rez (3). Eckert (3) fans. T h e R u s s i a n s completely dominated the game with their play. The game was the second in an eight-game United States tour by the Soviets. New Grid Coach MOUNT VERNON, Iowa MPI excellent passing and position --Jerry Clerk, 27, Mnson City, Iowa, high school coach, Saturday was appointed head football coach at Cornell College. Anaheim '5' Hands Rams 60-28 Defeat By BOB SHIBLEY Powerful Anaheim took ad vantage of a cold-shooting Mil likan team to record an eas 60-28 decision over the Ram Saturday night on the Colo nists' court. It was the fift loss in eight tries for Millikan While Anaheim was connect ing on almost 50 per cent of it shots in the first half, the Ram could do no bettor than 2 fo 29. In all Millikan made gooc on only 11 field goal tries. Mllllk-nn !8) Annlirlm (IHI Rodnar (itj V Vollom (if Krnst (fi) K fltnrk ( try (5) c Jnnfs (1 (2) r -- ' irksr RhofLrlGS _, . . Dorlch (2) a Mnx.ion n J t l l l l k n n ...- - 4 « IS 3-- Annhum 12 ZO 11 n--. ^Mllllknn ·rorliiK mita: Mlltnn (2 Anaheim lirnrlnr mibfl: .., Herbel (8), Hunt (2), Thatcher (3) arrie.s, 93 in the second half ut even that massive produc ion was more than matched y Odyniec, who played third tring for Notre Dame and adn't been drafted or signed o a professional contract be- ore Saturday. Odyniec, from Greensboro, S T .C., tore through S o u t h de enses for 192 yards on 25 caries, 120 of this in the first alf when he scored twice. The South, coached by Paul 3rown of the Cleveland Browns, ook the opening kickoff to a ouchdown in only three and half minutes when Humphrey assed 20 yards to North Caro- lina State end Bob Pepe who dived into the end zone on fourth down. The North drove right back, with Odyniec taking an 18- yard pass from Utah quarter- sack Lee Grosscup. Grosscup bootlegged for ]2 and Odyniec plunged over from-the one. ' · * * * GROSSCUP AXD Odyniec teamed up for the second North score, which gave the Yankees a 12-7 halftime lead. Odyniec bulled 28 yards through center to the touchdown, after two Grosscup passes to Odyniec and halfback Joe Morrison of Cincinnati gained 35. yards. " . The vote by sports writers For the outstanding player ended in a draw between Sapp and Ddyniec. Hanson Churchwell, Mississippi guard, and F r a n k Geremia, Notre Dame, tackle, were chosen outstanding linemen for their respective teams. North G G 0 0--13 South -_ 7 II 7 7--21 South--Pepe 20 pass from Humphrey (Blazer hickt. · · North--Odyniec 1 plunRe (kicX failed). North--Ortynlec run 27 (klclc failed). South--Sapp 7 run (Blazer kick). South--Sapp 1 plunKe (Blazer Kick). --Dixon _._ . _ or. 98 yards on klckorr (kick Jailed). Jlajor- - \Vllllams 2 plunge '" ' ck). Small Richardson s pasa from Webb kick blocked). ^ --Cravens 16 pass intercep- ih kick) STATISTICS downs __ r arda rushlnR ~. 'urdi passing _. ·asses 75 111 ooaca !.'..... T .......l;..ll-27 'asses Intercepttd by ._.. 3 Durables lost TM.^!Z7..TM.TM 4 ftirds penalized 45 -Sapp 1 plunce (Blazer STATISTICS -North 21 KOI 17 Yards rushing ; Yards passing Ifis ~H7 Paises li-2B 4-11 :'asses Intercepted by.... 0 0 3 unts i ·». ~ ibles lost !._ o 3 titles . o 5 · * * *., STACY CATCH TURNING POINT FOR SOUTH MOBILE, Ala, there was a turning point in this one, fl big turning point," Coach Pawl Broun of the winning South squad said n the.dressing room after Saturday's Senior Bo\v.\ football game; "Billy Stacy catching that big one," he continued happily. "That \vus the, turning point. That's what put us over." Brown was referring to the Mississippi State star's catch of a pass from Baylor's Buddy Humphrey on a play that covered 52 yards. The play carried the South to the North's 19 when the Rebels were trailing 12-7 late in the third quarter. Two plays later, Georgia's Theron Sapp bulled over from the seven for the touchdown that put the South in front 14-1^. Brown said that "we had some bad breaks--fumbling, for awhile. We knew we had to come out in the second half and throw it. They were pretty strong up front. Awful strong." Hawks Fly Home Iowa's victorious Rose Bowl B team flies home today. Coach 2S Forest Evashevski, recovering from a bout with flu, already has departed to fill a television commitment. Basketball Scores PACIFIC COAST Southern California in. OrfRon 51. 41. Washington St. 71. UCLA 54, Loyola 6G, Occidental 46. Oregon 50, California 57. Idaho 36. Stanford 31 Arizona St. U. 62. San Jose St. !SS. Santa Clara 70 Arizona 3S San Francisco 73. 3nn Francisco St. "Chapman RO. Whlttter B7. Pasadena College 74, San Fernando Fresno St. 63, Nevada SO San Dle^r ~ " " Fuget Sou.._ ... _ LInfleld ]01. Seattle Pacific S2. ~ ' - - - - - n( , CJark Tech fil ..utneran 5S. EAST Villanova 93. Penn 63. Connecticut 74. Fordham 63. Vermont 77. Rhode Island 76. Brown 72. Providence 64. LaSallc 78. Manhattan 71. St. Bonaventure 82. Boston Coll. 70. Rt. Loul9 s _75._Ncw York U. 62. . ,. _ .,, ....iple 76 Geneva 92 Lebanon Valley FO. Holy Cms* 83. Dartmouth 66. , ,,_ - j0yo , a 60 _.. .-, Seton Hall 66. Bowline Green SS. fianisins 7fi. Adelphf 98. Brooklyn coll, 61. Hartford 71, Pace 80. Siena 72, St. Francis 65 Bucknelt 66. Delaware 53. MimVEST Michigan St. 70. Indiana 77. Minnesota 79, Wisconsin 66. Michigan 82. Purdue 75. Illinois 81. Ohio St. SO., Northwestern SO. Iowa 77 Marquette 75. Detroit fiR DePaul 70. Dliciuesne 59. Defiance 73. Olivet 60 Akron 78. Kent St. 68 Wittenberg 43. Ohio U. 41 Xavier (Ohfoi 98. Louisville 66 Stetson 74. Toronto 53 Indiana Central 87. Villa Madonna McPherson 06. Sterling SO. Knox 82. Lake, Forest 71, Loyola (III) 113. Western Michigan Idaho Coll. 7S, Whltworth 53 Kentucky weslcyan 81. Southern Illinois fij. Air Force 63, Valparaiso 9. PlOiiv Fails Sfi. General Beadle RO. Northern St. £0. Wahpeton Science fit. Ft. John's (Minn i 00. St. Olaf Utah P5, Miami fOhtoi 7R Wheaton 72. Northern Illinois ' Vlncennes 58 Marian Sfi. Wiederkehr Sparks Loyola Over Oxy Loyola University defeated Occidental College, 66-46 Saturday night behind the 22-poin performance of Jim Wieder kehr. The game was the final non conference appearance for the Lions, who open California Bas ketball Association play agains St. Mary's Friday. NBA Scores New York lOfl, Detroit 102. St. I-outfl 118, Bout on 110. (Only Ktimei scheduled), NL Hockey Scores Ilnston R, Detroit 2. Montreal 5, New York 1. Chicago 2, Toronto L SOUTH Alabama S9, Mississippi 76. Tulane 68. Florida 62. A u b u r n 97. Mississippi St. 6fi. North Carolina 60. Notre Dam* 51. Kentucky 72, OeorRln. Tech 62. Wake Forest 57, Clcmson 47. Tennessee 65, Vanderhltt 60. Louisiana St. 79, Georgia 66. W. Kentucky 76. E. Kentucky 73. Virginia Tech 69. Richmond 60. Virginia Union S9, Norfolk St. 73. Lafayette 79, Moravian 46. Furman 7S, William Mary 70. Stonehill SO, Qulnnipiac 70. Goo. Washington 86, Wash. A Lee 37. _W. Va. Wesleyan 81, Georgetown, ^Norfolk William A Mary 78. Atantlo :hrlstlan 59. Hunter 73. Cooper XTnlon 57 FairleiRh-Diekinson 73. Pratt Inst. 62. Florence St. 05, Bethel Coll. SO. Christian Bros. College 62, St, Ber- anl 43. TuskeRce Institute 93, Lemoyne 61. Asheboro AAU 70, High Point 61. Taylor U. 94, Gannon 90. Belmont Abbey 64, Lenolr Rhyne 57. Northeast (Ln.J 70. Arkansas St, 64. Winston Salem Tchrs 67. Nortn Carolina AAT SS. SOUTHWEST ? exas AM fio. So. Methodist 63. e.\as Christian 72, Baylor 62. Texas fil. Rice 5S Arkansas 61, Texas Tech 57. North Texas E5. Tulsa 54. Houston 7S, Wichita 76. Texas AAI 67. Trinity 60. BOCKV 3IOUNTAIN* Arizona SI S9. Central 57. Scranton 75. conzana 74 Montana St. 78. Colorado St 73. Colorado Coll. 75. Western St. 59. Brigham Young 70, Dayton 62. Toledo 69, Utah, EL fil. MInot Tchrs. 83, Rocky MU Coll, 8% Regis 71. Idaho St. 66. TOURNAMENTS SprineflrM Springfield 77. Williams 65 (final). New Hampshire 69. Harvard 3t [cons i. American International 80, Mlddlebiiff 5 (consi. Massachusetts 75, Amherst 65 (cons) Hampden-Sydney 57, Juntata 5fi, Randolph-Macon 4S, BrMgewatcr !· Downcast Oa.sMe St. Michael's "S. Colby 53 (final). Wesleyan fif». Tufts SO (cons). Bates 71. Bowdoln 51 (cons). Rutgers 72, Maine 63 (cons). Portsmouth Invltfidfinal Elizabeth City St. 84, Hampton I» atUute 72 (final). Virginia Unf (cons). Appalachian 77 Woiford 76. Pfelffer 78, Guliford 69. Biufrlfiti Bluffton 53, Heidelberg H. Muskingum 72, Flnfllay 61. Normal (111.) Illinois Normal 91, Hanover 7.1. Eastern Illinois 83, Elmhurst 73. Four State Peni (Neb.) Tchr. 02, Baker U. ·* (final). Tarklo 67, Grace!and 54, Oxkaloosa, lawn AuKimtana 68, William Penn 53. Simpson 73, Central 64 (cona). Mid-American Lewis 82, Parsons SO. Carroll 61, Culver Stockton 57 (cons). Wftynr Holiday · -Dakota Wei'eyan 68, Weatmar 8T Wayne 63, Ruena VIstR 47 (cons), Alhlon Holiday Manchester 71. Kalanuioo 68. Wooster 81. A'lblon 63. Northwest Nmatrnn Tnaho'Collece 78. \Vhitworlh liP. Kaitern Washington 60, NorLtiweri . Union 60, Norfolk St. *

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