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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 28, 1988 Page 9 Sports Sports Scoreboard High School Basketball Tourney MVPs INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Most Valuable Player selected by The Associated Pross in (he finals of the ndiana high school boys' basketball tournament since the award's inception in 1978: 1978—Jack Moore, Muncie Central 1979—Ray McCallum, Muncie Central 1980-Je!! Robinson, Indpls Broad Ripple 1981—Doug Crook, Vincennes 1982-Scott Skiles, Plymouth 1983—Troy Lewis, Anderson 1984-Jetl Grose, Warsaw 1965—Lefon Bowens, Marion 1986—Jay Edwards and Lyndon Jones, Marion 1987-Jay Edwards and Lyndon ..ones, Marion 1988—Chandler Thompson, Muncie Central All-Tourney Team INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The 1988 Indiana high school boys state basketball All-Tourney Team selected by The Associated Press: Chandler Thompson, Muncie Cenral Sain Long, Muncie Central Billy Vance. Muncie Central Shawn Kemp, Concord Darnon Bailey, Bed(ord-N.Lawrence MVP—Chandler Thompson IHSAA Trester Winner-Sam Long Multiple Winners INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - These teams have *on more than one Indiana high school boys' basketball tourney championship (22 others have won one title apiece): 8 - Muncie Central (1928-31-51-52-63-78-79-88) 6 - Marion (192l>-75-76^5-«6-87) .(--Frankfort (1925-29-36-39) 3---Lebanon (1912-17-18) 3-Lafayette Jeff (1916-48-M) 3-Franklin (1920-21-22) 3 -Martinsville (1924-27-33) 3- Washington (1930-41-42) 3-Anderson (193 5-37-46) 3 -- Evansville Sosse (1944-45-62) 3 - Indpls Attucks (1955-56-591 2 --Wingate (1913-14) 2 -Ft Wayne South (1934-58) 2 •- S.Bend Central (1953-57) 2 - E Chicago Washington (1960-71) 2 - Indpls Washington (1965-69) 1 -Vincennes (192 3-81) 2-Connersville (1972-83) Tournay Coaching Leaders INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - These coaches have won more than one Indiana high school boys basketball tourney championship (40 others have won one title apiece: a-aclive): 6 - Bill Green (Indpls Washington 1969; Marion 1975-76-85-8W7) 4 — Glenn Curtis (Lebanon 1918; Marnnsville 1924-27-33) 4 — Everett Case (Frankfort 1925-29-36-39) 4 - Marion Crawley (Washington 1941-42; Lalayette 1948-64) 3 - a-Bill Harrell (Muncie Central 1978-79-88) 3 — Griz Wagner (Franklin 1920-21-22) 2 - Clil! Wells'(Bloomington 1919; Logansport 1924) 2 - Pete Jolly (Muncie Central 1928-31) 2 - Burl Friddie (Washington 1930; Ft.Wayne South 1938) ? — Archie Chadd (Anderson 1935-37) 2 — Herman Keller (Evansville Bosse 1944-45) 2 - Elmer McCall (S.Bencf Central 1953-57) 2 — Ray Crowe (Indpls Attucks 1955-56) Tourney Unbeaten* INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Unbeaten Indiana high school boys' basketball slate tournament champions and their coaches: 1956—Inopls Attucks (31-0), Ray Crowe 1957-SB Central (30-0), Elmer McCall 1969-lndpls Washington (31-0), Bill Green I970-EC Roosevelt (28-0), Bill Holzbach 1S71-EC Washington (29-0), John Wolodet 1985—Marion (29-0), Bill Green These learns were unbeaten before losing in the state Final Four 1917—Gary Emerson 1935—Jeffcrsonville 1947—Terre Haute Garlield 1960—Muncie Central 1962-Madison 1969—Marion 1969—Vincennes 1979-Argos i960—New Albany 1982—Evansville Bosse 1988-Concord Indiana High School Basketball Career Scoring Leaders Caiesi scoring leaders in Irdiana high scnool baskeball: 3,019—Marion Pierce, Lewisville, •961 2,535-Rick Mount, Lebanon, 1966 2,465-Billy Shepherd, Carmel, 1968 2,421—Decbie Bolen, N.Judson, 1988 2,343-Mike Edwards, Greenfield, 1969 2,324—Defray BrooKs, Mich.City Rogers, 1984 2,226—Dave Shepherd, Carmel, 1970 2,145-Criarlie McKenzie, Warsaw, 1967 2.137-KyleMacy,Peru,1975 2,134-Shawn Kemp, Concord, 1988 2,116—Steve Alford, New Castle, 1983 2,095—Jodie Whitaker, Austin, 1965 2,092-Oan Palombizio, Mich.City Rogers, 1981 2,070-George McGinnis, Indpls Washington, 1969 2.023-Stewe Collier, Southwestern (Jefferson), 1974 2,019—Jeff Perlich, Churubusco, 1988 2,003-Pat Manahan, Delphi, 1973 2.003—Ron Bonham, Muncie Central. 1960 2,000-Lioyd Bateman, Plainville, 1958 1,992-Steve Anspaugh, W.Noble, 1969 1,990-Woody Austin, Richmond, 1988 1,965-BusterBriley, Madison, 1960 1,988—Kerry Picket, Griffith, 1968 1,966—1 roy Lewis, Anderson, 1984 ! ,962-Kirk Manns, N.Judson, 1986 1,960—Danny Brown, Jennings Co., 1973 HSAA Trester Winners INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Winners of he Indiana High School Athletic issociation basketball award for mental attitude (Known since 1945 as he Trester Award): 1917—Claude Curtis, Marlinsville 1918—Ralph Esarey, BloominQton 1919-WaltCross, Thorntown 1920-Harold Laughlin, Bedford 1921—Ralph Marlowe, Sandusky 1922-Heese Jones, Vincennes 1923-Maurice Robinson, Anderson 1924-Phi! Kessler, Richmond 1925-Russell Walter, Kokomo 1926—Dick Williams, Evansville Central 1927-Frank Prentice, Kendallville 1928-BobMcCarnes, Logansport 1929-Emmett Lowery, Indpls Tech 1930-Ken Young, LaPorte 1931—Norm Coltom, Terre Haute Wiley 1932—Jesse McAnally, Greencastle 1933 —Jim Seward, Indpls Shortridge 1934—Art Gos man, Jasper 1935-Sam Lyboult, Richmond 1936-Steve Sitko, Ft.Wayne Central 1937-Bob Menke, Huntingburg 1938-Bob Mygrants, Hammond 1939—Jirn Myers, Evansville Bosse 1940—Duane Conkeyt Mitchell 1941—Don Server, Madison 1942-Ken Brown, Muncie Burris 1943—Dave Laflin, Lebanon 1944-Walt McFatridge, Kokomo 1945—Max Allen, Indpls Broad Ripple 1946—Bob Gripe, Flora 1947-Ron Bland, Terre Haute Garlield 1948—Lee Hamilton, Evansville Central 1949-JimSchooley, Auburn 1950—Pat Klein, Marion 1951-Bob Jewell, Indpls Attucks 1952-Joe Sexson, Indpls Tech 1953-Harley Andrews, TH Gerstmeyer 1954-Bobby Plump, Milan 1955—Jim Henry, New Albany 1956—Dsnnis Tape, Elkhart 1957-Bob Perigo, Lafayette 1958—Dick Haslam, Crawfo/dsville 1959— Jim Rayl, Kokomo 1960—Bob Cantrell. E.C.Washinslon 1961-Dick and Tom VanArsdale. ndpls Manual 1962—Jonn Wilson, Evansville Bosse 1963—Greg Samuels, Terre Haute iarfield 1964—Mike Weaver, Huntington 1965—Eddie Bopp, Indpls Washington 1966-Jim Cadwell, Michigan City 1967-Charles Nelson, Ft.Wayne South 1968—Jim Nelson, Gary Roosevelt 1969—Joe Suiter, Marion 1970—Jim Trout, Loogootee 1971—Jerry Lamberson, Newcastle 1972—Mark Inman, Jeffersonville 1973—Garry Abplanalp, Franklin 1974—Don and Jon McGlocklin, : ranklin 1975—Steve Walker, Lebanon 1976—Dave Colescott, Marion 1977—Mark Herrmann, Carmel 1978—Jack Moore, Muncie Central 1979—Cam Cameron, Terre Haule South 1980-Jell Todd, Marion 1981-Karl Donovan, Vincennes 1982-Phil Wendel, Plymouth 1983-John Harter, Anderson 1984—Milan Petrovic, Lake Central 1985—Todd Graf, Richmond 1986—Todd Anderson, Shelbyville 1987—Marvin Rea, Gary Roosevelt 1988—Sam Long, Muncie Central NCAA NCAA Tournament EAST REGIONAL First Round At Chapel Hill, N.C. Thursday, March 17 Rhode Island 67, Missouri 80 Syracuse 69, North Carolina A&T 55 Southern Methodist 63, Notre Dame 75 Duke 85, Boston U. 69 At Hartford, Conn. Friday, March 18 Georgia Tech 90, Iowa Stale 78 Richmond 72, Indiana 69 Temple 87, Lehigh 73 Georgetown 66, Louisiana State 63 Second Round At Chapel Hill, N.C. Saturday, March 1E Rhode Island 97, Syracuse 94 Duke 94, Southern Methodist 79 At Hartford, Conn. Sunday, March 20 Temple 74, Georgetown 53 Richmond 59, Georgia Tech 55 Semifinals At East Rutherford, N.J. Thursday, March 24 Duke 73, Rhode Island 72 Temple 69, Richmond 47 Championship At East Rutherford, N.J. Saturday, March 26 Duke 63, Temple 53 SOUTHEAST REGIONAL First Round At Atlanta Thursday, March 17 Auburn 90, Bradley 86 Oklahoma 94, Tn.-Chattanooga 66 Brigham Young 98, N.C. Charlotte 92, OT Louisville 70, Oregon State 61 At Cincinnati Friday, March 18 Villanova 82, Arkansas 74 Illinois 81, Texas-San Antonio 72 Maryland 92, Cal-Santa Barbara 32 Kentucky 99, Sou them U. 84 Second Round At Atlanta Saturday, March 1» Oklahoma 107, Auburn 87 Louisville 97, Brigham Young 76 At Cincinnati Sunday, March 20 Kentucky 90, Maryland 81 Villanova 66, Illinois 63 Semifinals At Birmingham, AU. Thursday, March 24 Villanova SO, Kentucky 74 Oklahoma 108, Louisville 98 Championship At Birmingham, Ala. Saturday, March 26 Oklahoma 78, Viilanova 59 MIDWEST REGIONAL First Round At South Bend. Ind. Thursday, March 17 Purdue 94, Fairleigh Dickinson 79 Memphis Stale 75, Baylor 60 Kansas State 66, La Salle 53 DePaul 83, Wichita Slate 62 At LIncom, Neb. Friday, March 18 Pittsburgh 108, E. Michigan* Vanderoilt 80, Utah State 77 Murray State 78, North Carolina State 75 Kansas 85, Xavier, Ohio 72 Second Round At South Bend, Ind. Saturday, March 19 Purdue 100, Memphis State 73 Kansas State 66, OePaul 58 At Lincoln, Neb. lunday, March 20 Vanderbiltao, Pittsburgh 74, OT Kansas 61, Murray State 56 Semifinals At Pontlar, Mich. Friday, March 25 Kansas 77, Vanderbiit S4 Kansas State 73, Purdue 70 Championship At Pontlac, Mich. Sunday, March 27 Kansas 71 .Kansas State 58 WEST REGIONAL First Round At Salt Lake City Thursday, March 17 North Carolina 83, North Texas State 65 Loyola, Calif. 119, Wyoming 115 Michigan 63, Boise State 56 Florida 62,St.John's59 At Los Angeles Friday, March 18 Arizona 90, Corn ell 50 Seton Hall 80, Texas-El Paso 64 Iowa 102, Florida State 98 Nevada-Las Vegas 54, SW Missouri .late 50 Second Round At Suit Lake City Saturday, March 11 Michigan 108, Florida 85 North Carolina 123, Loyola, Calif. 97 At Los Angeles Sunday, March 20 Arizona 84, Seton Hall 55 Iowa 104, Nevada-Las Vegas 36 Semifinals At Seattle Friday, March 25 North Carolina 78, Michigan 69 Arizona 99, Iowa 79 Championship At Seattle Sunday, March 27 Arizona 70, North Carolina 52 THE FINAL FOUR At Kansas City, Mo. Semifinals Saturday, April 2 Kansas, 25-11, vs. Duke, 26-6, 5:30 p.m. Oklahoma, 34-3, vs. Arizona. 35-2,8 p.m. Championship Monday, April 4 Kansas-Duke winner vs Oklahoma-Arizona winner, 9:12 p.m EOT NIT National Invitation Tournament FIRST ROUND Wednesday, March 16 Ohio St. 86, Old Dominion 73 Thursday, March 17 Georgia 53, Georgia Southern 48 Connecticut 62, West Virginia 57, OT Evansville 66, Utah 55 Louisiana Tech 66, Arkansas-Little Rock 56 Boston College 73, Siena 65 Houston 69, Ford ham 61 New Mexico 86, Pepperdine 75 Oregon 81, Sanla Clara 65 Friday, March 1t Cleveland State 89, Illinois State 83, OT Middle Tennessee State 85, Tennessee 80 Virginia Commonwealth 81, Marshall 60 Arkansas State 70, Northeast Louisiana 59 Southern Mississippi 74, Clemson 69 Colorado State 63, New Orleans 54 Stantord 80, Long Beach St. 77 SECOND ROUND Monday, March 21 Connecticut 65, Louisiana Tech 59 Tuesday, March 22 Virginia Commonwealth 93, Southern Mississippi 89 Ohio State 86, Cleveland State 80 Middle Tennessee State 69, Georgia, 59 Boston College 86, Evansville 81 Colorado Stale 71, Kouston6t Arkansas Slate 60, Stantord 59 New Mexico 78, Or eg on 59 QUARTERFINALS Friday, March 25 Connecticut 72, Virginia Commonwealth 61 Ohio State 68, New Mexico 65 Colorado State 64, Arkansas Stale 49 Saturday, March 26 Boston College 78, Middle Tennessee State 69 SEMIFINALS Tuesday, March 29 At New York Ohio Slate, 19-12, vs. Colorado State, 21-12,7 p.m. Connecticut, 18-14, vs. Boston College, 18-13,9p.m. THIRD PLACE Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semilinal losers, 7p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesday, March X At New York Semilinal winners, 9p.m. MBA National Basketball Association EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB y-Boslon 48 21 .696 Philadelphia 30 38 .441 17% Washington 30 38 .441 17% New York 29 39 .426 18V4 New Jersey 18 51 .261 30 Central Division x-Detroit 48 21 .667 Atlanta 41 26 .612 5 Chicago 40 28 .581 »Vi Milwaukee 36 29 .567 8 Indiana 33 35 .485 1314 Cleveland 31 38 .449 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet. GB x-Dallas 46 21 .687 x-Denver 43 26 .623 4 x-Houston 40 26 .606 5% x-Utah 38 30 .559 8% San Antonio 25 42 .373 21 Sacramento 20 48 .294 26% Pacific Division x-LA Lakers 52 16 .765 x-Portland 42 25 ,627 9% Seattle 36 32 .529 16 Phoenix 22 46 ,324 30 Golden Stale 17 50 .254 34% LA Clippers 14 53 .209 37% x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Saturday's Games Chicago 109, Indiana 100 Washington 99, New Jersey 88 Atlanta 109, Cleveland 102 Boston 118, New York 106 Dallas 131, San Antonio 112 Houston 115, Portland 109 Milwaukee 107, Utah 105 Detroit 108, Phoenix 103 Denver 131, Golden State 108 Sacramento 114, Los Angeles Lakers 92 Seattle 131, Los Angeles Clippers 98 Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games Boston at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at New York, 7:30 p.m. Houston at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games Chicago at Seattle, 10:30 p.m. New York at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Dallas'at Atlanta, 8 p.m, Portland at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Utah at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Denver at Sacramento, 10:30 p.m. Exhibition Baseball Exhibition Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. NewYork 18 8 .692 Toronto 14 8 .636 Kansas City 15 10 .600 California 13 10 .565 Boston 13 11 .542 Cleveland 12 12 .500 Oakland 12 12 .500 Seattle 12 12 .500 Texas 11 12 .478 Milwaukee 12 14 .462 Chicago 10 18 .385 Baltimore 8 U .364 Delroit 8 15 .348 Minnesota 8 15 .348 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. LosAngeles 17 9 .654 Cincinnati 15 8 .652 NewYork 14 9 .609 Montreal 13 10 .565 Chicago 15 12 .5» San Francisco 13 11 .542 Houston 13 12 .520 Pittsburgh 12 14 ,462 St. Louis 10 12 .455 Philadelphia 10 14 ,417 San Diego 9 15 .375 Atlanta 6 19 .240 NOTE: Split-squad games count In standings, ties do not Saturday's Games Toronto 3, Chicago White Sex 2 Milwaukee 9, Chicago Cuba 2 Los Angeles 7, Houston 2 Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh? St. Lou is 2, Texas! Montreal 4, New York Yankees 2 Boston 5, Kan sas City 3 Detroit 9, Philadelphia 3 Baltimore 9, Atlanta 4 Minnesota 3, New York Mets 2 Cleveland 9, Oakland 8,11 innings San Francisco 6, San Diego 3 Seattle 17, CalilorniaS Sunday's Games San Francisco 2, Chicago Cubs 1 Pittsburgh 7, Chicago White Sox 5 Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 3 Houston 4, New York Mets 0 Baltimore 5, Atlanta 2 New York Yankees 7, Delroit 5 Cincinnati 3, Kansas City 0 Toronto 5, Minnesota 4 Boston 7, Texas 1 Montreal 3, Los Angeles 2 Milwaukee 8, Cleveland 7, 11 innings Oakland 12, Seattle 7 California 7, San Diego 3 Monday's Games Texas vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater,Fla.,1:(>5p,m. Atlanta vs. Houston at Kissimmee, Fla.,1;05p.m. Minnesota vs. Cincinnati at Plant City, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, Fla.,1:05p.m. Los Angeles vs. Montreal at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05p.m. New York Mets vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Fla.,1:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Kansas City at Haines City, Fla.,1:35p.m. Detroit vs. Chicago White Sox at Sarasoti, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Seattle vs. Milwaukee at Chandler, Ariz.,3 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland at Tucson, Ariz. ,3 p.m. San Diego vs. California at Palm Springs, Calif.,4 p.m. New York Yankees vs. Baltimore at Miami, 7:35p.m. San Francisco vs. Oakland at Phoenix,Ariz.,8:35 p.m. NHL National Hockey League WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pis GF GA NYlslndrs .37 29 10 84 292 253 Washington38 31 7 63 288 231 Philadelph.37 32 7 81 276 278 Pittsburgh.34 33 9 77 306 297 NYRangersM 34 9 77 287 276 NewJersey34 36 6 74 273 289 Adams Division y-Montreal.43 22 12 98 282 229 y-Boston... 43 28 6 92 294 242 y-Buffalo..:35 31 10 80 271 289 Hartford...M 36 7 75 241 258 Quebec,...32 40 4 68 262 289 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L T Pit GF GA x-De(roit...4fl 27 10 90 310 25« y-SI. Louis.34 35 8 76 270 277 y-Chlcago.,30 39 8 68 271 313 Toronto.... 20 47 10 50 281 329 Minriesot,. 19 45 12 50 230 326 Smythe Division x-Calgary.,46 21 9 Ml 376 287 y-Edmontn.41 25 10 92 341 274 y-Winnipg..31 36 10 72 278 298 y-LosAngls28 42 7 83 298 344 Vancouver,24 45 9 57 264 316 x-clinched division title y-clinched playoff berth Saturday's Games Los Angeles 9, Chicago 5 New York Rangers 4, Delroit 4, tie Boston 6, Quebec 2 New York IslandersS, Edmonton 4 Hartford 8, Minnesota 1 Philadelphia 6, Winnipeg 0 Calgary 6, Vancouver 1 St. Louis 3, Toronto 2, OT Sunday's Gamo New Jersey 7, New York Rangers 2 Pittsburgh 6, Quebec 3 Hartford 4, Montreal 2 Detroit 5, Buffalo 3 Monday's Games Chicago at Minnesota, 8:3! p.m. Edmonton at Toronto, 7:35 p.m. St. Louis at Calgary, 9:35 p.m. Tuesday's Games Buffalo at Quebec, 7:35 p.m. Associated Press Mets' Lenny Dykstra slides into third, beating throw to Denny Walling But Dykstra over-slid the bag and was tagged out in first inning Red Sox' Mound Specialists Appear Ready For Season Associated Press Who says the Boston Red Sox don't have enough pitching? If the last week of spring training is any indication, the Red Sox may have one of the best starting rotations in the American League, as well as a first- class closer. Bruce Hurst was the latest Boston pitcher to turn in a strong performance. In seven innings Sunday he allowed one run, four hits, didn't walk a batter and struck out six as the Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers 7-1 and stretched their exhibition winning streak to seven games. Newly acquired relief ace Lee Smith pitched two perfect innings, running his record over 11 outings to 13 shutout innings in which he has allowed only one hit while walking three and fanning 15. .."What you do in spring training doesn't guarantee you a championship team," said Hurst, who won a career-high 15 games last year despite losing seven of his last eight decisions while unknowingly suffering from mononucleosis. In the seven-game winning streak, Boston starters have allowed 24 hits and 12 runs in 44 innings. Giants 2, Cubs 1 Rookie Charlie Hayes scored from .second base on Kirt Manwaring's infield single to cap a two-run second inning, which began when Mike Aldrete singled and scored on a double by Hayes, who already has been McCumber Is Players' Event Champ PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Mark McCumber doesn't always agree with PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman, but he liked what the commissioner said at the presentation ceremonies following the Players Championship. /'This ushers in a new era for Mark McCumber," Beman said following McCumber's front- running four-shot victory Sunday in the annual championship of golf's touring pros. "I've never played better in my life," said McCumber, 36, who had won five previous PGA Tour titles in a late-starting 11-season career. And, he said, his best years are in front of-him. "I think the next five years should be the best of my career," said McCumber, who made six tries at the Tour's Qualifying School before gaining his playing rights. He hasn't finished lower than 14th this season and has only one round over par this year. He won with a final total of 273, 15 under par and a record on the PGA Tour's home course, beating Calvin Peete's 1985 mark by one stroke. The victory was worth $225,000 from the total purse of $1.25 million and gave McCumber the money-winning lead for the year at $368,438. Perhaps more importantly, it provided him with a 10-year exemption for Tour events. Mike Reid, never really in the title chase, came on to take second with a 67 for 277. optioned to the minors. Joe Price, Terry Mulholland and Craig Let'i'erts combined on a six-hitter. Pfr ates 77white Sox 5 Darnell Coles singled home the winning run in the seventh inning after Pittsburgh blew a 5-0 lead, including a two-run homer by Randy Milligan, playing his first game since being acquired in a trade with the Mets on Saturday. Phillies 8, Cardinals 3 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia's veteran third baseman, is having a great spring with the bat. Schmidt hit his third homer Sunday, giving him 19 RBIs in 17 games to go with a .412 batting average. Sale Calendar Apr. 1—Franklin D. & Doris E. Nelson Rinehart Apr. 2—Beckler & Gibson Estates Larry W. Aaron Apr. 8—Cass Co. Hwy & Civil Defense Owners ... Schrader Auctions Apr. 9—Ethel Calton Estate with additions Craft & Michael Apr. 9—Martha Sluyter Estate Phil Vogel LAND AUCTION 140 Acres, Cass County April 1,1:30PM The auction will be conducted at Rinehart Realtors, 44 S. Center St., Flora. 140 ACRES: Deer Creek Twp., Sec. 30, Cass County; more specifically located one mile West of Young America on S.R. 18. This farm has been under an excellent farm management program. The soil is highly productive and has been well fertilized. This tract has no improvements. TERMS: Purchaser to pay 10% down on day of sale, balance at closing. Purchaser will be furnished abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed. Property sold subject to confirmation of seller. 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