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SECTION TWO -- PAGE TWO THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 19» Niles Opens Bears'New Gymnasium Tonight It's boon a Ions l i m p coming but tonight, all tho basketball fans in St. Joseph that want t« see Mic Boars play have a bettor than even chance of gcttiiip a sent. The occasion will be the opon- Int ot the new St. Joseph high school cym which ran seal a g o o d 3.000 people. Even this probably won't be enough room lor the people that want to M'C this one. And what better opener could you have than n panic between the Bears and the Niles Vikings? Pouch Don Bende.r will bring fl Viking club to St. Joseph that promises I* be one ot the best Class A teams in the slate before the sca-wii closes. The honor of playing the first came In the new plush surroundings goes to the Jayvees teams who start, things off at 6:30 p.m. Athletic director Arnie Kar- stcn has suitiounccit t h e between-same festivities for tonight which will include the appearance of the tup two men in | Michigan Jiigh .school athletics. rOHSYTIIH TO SI'KAK State director Charles Fot- sythc and Ills assistant, Dave Arnold will be on hand with Forsythp slated to make a few remarks to the assembled thousands. Dr. E. A. BliesmcT. president of t.he St. Joseph school board will Rrcet the fans and welcome them to the new gym. Principal | Malcom Mackay will introduce i Forsythe. Karsten will introduce e.x-St. Jowph coaches Harry Lee, Leon B u r g o y n e a n d the present Adolph Hupp of Southwestern Michigan, Ray Haack. All three coaches have produced state champion teams at St. Joseph. Henry Howe, also n slate champion coach, will not be able to make the opening game. The honor of throwing out the first ball will HO to Hurry Merchant . . . a man who has been following St. Joseph basketball for 50 years. The Rev. E. A. Irlon will deliver the dedication prayer. There should not be the parking problems tonight that used to face fans attending games In the old Niles avenue gym. Kar- sten announced that fans can use the football field parking area plus space along Lakevlew and Stadium drive. Tickets will be sold at the two main entrances on the North side of the gym *nd also »t the East entrance which comes oil the Lakeview parking area. SAME LINKUT Coach Ray Haack announced that there will be no change* in the Bears' starting lineup. This means that Stan Bissey will be at, center, John Dase and Dave Willauer at forwards and Bobby Fai'num and Joe Long at guards. As for bench strength, Haack Is pleased with the play shown by Bob Winters, Dan Schlender and Butch Herndon through the long layoff since the Bears sneaked by Lakeshore on Dec. 8. Has the long layoff hurt the club? "Yes," says Haack, then adds, "'but we are coming back now. We have worked out In the new gym the past our days and this has helped us come back." There are a couple of things that the Bears must become accustomed to. First, the old backboards were fan shaped . . . the new ones are square. They »re also glass where the Bears have been shooting off wood. All this makes a difference and will take time and practice to get the feel of the changes. CRIPPLES AKE HEALED In one way, the layoff has helped. Had the Bears and favored Vikings played on Dec. 18 when the game was scheduled, the Bears would have been without the services of both Willauer and Bissey. Willauer had a boil on his arm and could not practice while Bissey was out with a leg infection. However, both boys are okay now, according to Haack, and can go all the way. The Vikings, too, have had a long dry spell . . . almost as long as the Bears. The Vikings' last game was on Dec. 11 when they defeated Dowaglac, 81-65. Since that time coach Don Bender has been keeping his boys In shape with scrimmages against sturgis, Three Oaks and Berrleii Springs. This will be the biggest, fastest and sharpest shooting Niles team that has played St. Joseph In sometime. In their first two encounters, the Vikej have scored 80 and 81 points. Bender will start 6-1' Mike Freshley and 6-4 Al Snyder at forwards, 6-3 Larry Linville at center and 5-9 Roger HargreaYes and 6-0 Tom Miller at guards. I'reshley and Hargreaves are the big scoring threats but there is nothing wrong with the shooting of the rest of the club. Covert, Bridgman Clash For Pony Tourney Championship Tonight Bulldogs Wallop St. John's, 66-45 BY JIM SHANAHAN , The Covert Bulldogs are in the championship finals of the St. Joseph Pony Holiday Tournament tonight after whipping old nemisis St. John's. The Irish have barred Covert' WRONG WAY: St. John's Al Mantei (foreground) and hidden teammate make bold swipes at rebound, but. end up looking wrong way as Covert's Bernard Abrams (34) knows where ball is and prepares to grab it. Such scenes under boards helped Covert defeat Irish iiv (semifinals of St. Joseph Pony Holiday tourney last night. Shown in rare pose flat on floor is John Giilhoun (42), Covert's top jumper. (Redman photo) from a flock, of trophies in district tournament play, but there was doubt Tuesday as the Bulldogs won by a convincing 66-45 count. Covert's opponent at 8 o'clock In the Pony gym Is Bridgman, a fixture In the finals of the holiday festival. Bridgman whipped pitst Eau Claire, 52-28, last night, to land in the championship game fov the third time-every year the tourney has been staged. St. John's returns to the Pony court, at 6:40 to meet Eau Claire in a third-place battle. Saugatuck, a surprise 60-52 victor over the Ponies, takes on New Buffalo for the consolation crown at 8. The Bisons were 47-44 victors over New Troy which faces the Ponies at 5:20 for seventh place laurels. St. John's rooters weren't too disturbed by a 25-18 Covert hnlf- time lead, for just 24 hours previously the Irish had staged a dramatic rally to hand New Buffalo 1U first loss of the season. HKASWELL NETS 27 But no rally was possible Tuesday as Art Brnswell and his came 40-35 left. back and lead with SCORIS COLLKOC t R y Trip AsBocUtcd rres T o u r n i t m r n l nixie CUiilc North Cnrollnn 75, n n k r 63 Walle Forest 61. Dnj-lon 50 Holy Cross 83, K.C. S t a t e 61 U t a h 15, Minnesota 7! All-rollrirf Okla. C i t y 60, DowllllE Qrcc o v e r t i m e O t f l h S t a t e 7fi. W i c h i l w 6R ConFoMitin N i a s t i r « 72. corntl! S« Ttilsn 70. clrnuon f»2 mates burned the net for a .545 shooting average in Uie second half. Briiswell looked like a 9,9 sprinter racing up and down the court. His fakes 'continually deceived the Irish and he bagged 27 points, the individual high of the tournament. John Callioun, a pumping jack forward, and center Bernard Abrams had perfect timing on rebounds to take the ball away from the Irish. Calhoun's agility was evidenced in the first quarter when he blocked three on f,.g e throws. Saugatuck controlled the boards and hit for 46 per cent of their shots In handing the St. Joseph Ponies their second tournament loss. The Ponies led twice once in the first minute of play on a basket by Bob Jochem which gave the Ponies a 2-0 lead and again in the first minute of play in the third period when Jochem hit on a rebound attempt for a 45-43 lead. The score was tied five times, the last time at 45-45 with seven minutes left In the fourth period on a basket by Tony Hinson. Saugatuck then moved into a six point lead but the Ponies cut it to two with 1:45 left but could get no closer. John Blok paced the winners with 21 points while Dan Green hit lor 16 for the Ponies and Jochem for 13. BISONS RALLY TO WIN »New Buffalo- overcame a 13 point New Troy lead in earning their 47-44 victory. With 6:50 left in the third period the Trojans were on top 30-17. Pour straight buckets by Al Blomgren cut the margin 53-27 with 4:10 left in the period. At this point Roger Taskey took command. Taskey picked up eight points, the last two making it a 35-35 ball game. However, the Trojans TEST ACOUSTICS: The St. Joseph Bears' quartet of cheerleaders draw only an echo as thej' rehearse in an empty gymnasium. Tonight, some 3,000 fans will be cheering when Bears play Niles in first game at new gym on Dickinson campus. Left to right front are Gail Schuhknecht and Dianne Lausman. In the background are Pat Mulhern and Mickey Owen. Junior College Upsets Jackson In Tourney Williams Nets 26 In 67-64 Win moved into a seven minutes Taskey put the Bisons in the lead for the first time, 41-40, with 3:41 left In the game. The lead then changed hands four times before Paul Jones hit to give' the Bisons a 45-44 lead. Taskey made the last two points Suiar K e n t u c k y lltxvl W e t t t r n hti Tulant 52. V l r p l n l a Tc Loj Aniclcl Cla Srtnltlnals WrM V l r s l n l n 67. U C L A CiUltiTma- fii. sou-.hrni o v e r t i m e BUnlord bs. Mlcltlpun 5U I l l l n o i f n . x t i r l h M - f M P r n lllueprass Intlisui PP. Louisville M a r y l a n d 7fi p^rdhnn ' ' D t l Tempif Perm st K.ICII hi lofcfc SI Otl« 51 ic 64 . t n n M l c h t C f t i TWIN CITV H K C I I K A T I O X lllossomlMid ...Kh series: F l u n k Muclfl 0,12, f j i u l i L l i u t k u CS2. H u b y Fn-neu liUS. Hell ! Gallerl 601. Snin HH1I111 6B3. G l e n VHII Wagoner 568, Bill French Mil, 13U-k I K l m u a l 56S. 1 High SRmr: F l u n k Mlicln 'Jlt(i-T22. Dirk K i m b a l l 234, Rut)!- French 230, O t t n Van WaRollcr 226, H u r t Lholka i 223-215-214. Malch p u l l l t s : Hal-.* clolli^-is 3; B y r i l c Marki!t.'j Shell. C a n t e e n Service. F n l s h i f f 2; urocleriekX HHbe'J. Wo:.Mim!timi 1. I n t r e - C l t y Ilusinr** HlKh M'rle.v mil Thar ti-JH. Art K u b l l c k 60.V Ev M a r t i n 001, Al Hose, wnll MIIi. Joe Ytvrruivi 594, VUy r n l a y 5P5. J. M o n l e S86. U l l l Frnbnt: Jr. otu. I l I K h fume: Jot- Heritor, 356. B i l l Thin 231-22S. A r t Kllbllck 261. Mill Frobi-Ii! Jr. 1'j.V Er M m t l n 22H M i l l r h pulll^. .Soliltl KlHi H i - v r r a g e 4: H i - i i l l o i . nrewiy'.s. Frotn-rg TV. N l m t i Ann,. West M l c h i K i t n E l r c i n r .1. K u b l i c K Contmi-lUm. Tv-lr, Ollr.- C h e v r o l e t , pup'-i-'r-i Elt'el. r l-M-i-it. K i l t - I s 1. M i ' t l r n i H u s t l e Men milh -i-ni--. AM-1 A n d e r s o n .S63. H n v HiH-1. M;. H i l l Fowler in. J i m S l r v i - n * i-ullll't- MIS', llus* 1'efr | 210. r t n n l h 201. Bcllllpp 207, Vantlen- I berg 211. M u l c h polnls: Van's Apllflnce. Sourr 1 Die Cust, Wet'lUnll \- Kuscht'l. Ken'.* 1 Ign. Sv.s . 3; Srhliec-ks, Meyers Wheel .-Vim... EMrrnbirii Wreckers, Thflst'n- oleinens. 2; Whirlpool, a r a n d Cross- nu llii.. Uwiui'.s Lclkt 1 Stone 1. i l ' i i » K r e K s l v e l.i'UKlie i Hlllh series: D. Price 513. D. D n n i n r f t e ! 1)12. S. Z u p p k e .182, H. Kettelhut 577. 1'. Tlpolt OH. High Barnes: H. Hrnr.i-rs 333, U, IMcr.. 2:13, Kettelliul 245, S. ZuppU 1 233. D a u n e f f e l 225211, Tiyiolt 21C-2«7. M a t r l l points: Rcimers. N a l . Cash Heg.. Oessweln. 3; Srhnecks. Surplus Tradlni;. U i i r t a m l . Sluulgrl-t.a. Lee's W77.:\. Gels-wide, 2; V1-8H11. CarllllEa. M n r l i n Bros., Tosi's. Blossoinlanil. A r l ' s A u t o , 1; Coca Cola. Hosbiu-k, THIl'I.K I.ANKS Cunimerclal A .srrle.-: 1. owi-:i , r '70. 1). Bflke MH) B U U M t n btUl. S HhHlb:ich 55D. K K l l s w t ' i - l h .1S.V I. M f t r 553. H l B l l Burnt-.-: O«TII 221, Kllnvorlli 214-213. n u s l l n 207, M c t r 205. SUUlbuch 204. shots. Callioun netted 12 points, Abrams and Jerry Selvldge nine apiece.. Don Flagg scored just six but his handiwork at guard showed the Bulldogs couldn't be pressed liked the Irish did to New Buffalo Monday. · Hooker t Stan Kaczochn was toe lone j ^In'"TM' gun for St. John's hitting 14 j kosicit.'s points. Next In line was Dale Cryan with seven. HUSH LEAD ONCE The Irish led once when Kncaiocha drove down the baseline to make it 9-8. Brnswell and Callioun ended the quarter with baskets and Covert went ahead to stay. Flagg and Selvidge began turning it into a lopsided affair by connecting at long range to start the third period, Soon the Irish were trailing, 37-24 and Taskey finished with n points. Jerry Olsen tallied 13 for New Troy. Jack Dinges 10 and Skip Plays Battle Creek For Title Tonight BATTLE CKEEK -- Benton Harbor Community College returns to the Battle Creek Invitational tournarvient tonight I trying to spin another upset like j Tuesday's 67-64 conquest of Jackson. The Indians are matched against host Battle Creek at 8 o'clock for the tourney title. Battle Creek gained the finals by defeating Olivet 79-53. Community College turned in its top performance of the sea-* son to beat the towering Jackson Maroons. Guard Charlie Williams caged 11 baskets on fast- breaks and shots from the side and picked up four more on free throws to total 26 for the Indians. LEU AT HALF Titans Win Motor City Title, 92-27 Paw Paw In Fourth Win By 67 To 55 Strefling nine. The boxscore: MATT A.WAN--The Redskins won their Pay) Pa\v f o u r t h ST. JOHN'S (45) 1 G F P| 3 0 4 BrnswelU there was no comeback for them. M'll .'« llicli Bamr aunt;- 2l'K ][ ii ^OP. ((if, H c l k e 2 0 4 \V. BOOIllkfr 203. , , , , , - , Mull-it iwmis: TriH«t. 4. -riu-isi-n-1 Covert shot at a .444 clip for L'li-mens, :i'j: stioiis. 3: oariiniii, I ()i e game while the Irish found CvoW l ' » : Twin city j ,,,,, ,.,,,, al ft 333 VKe J t , vns cryan.g Carltn Hoibeln Fnhtr CapocclH Burks '1 c n l h o u n . t 2 0 3 AbrRma.c 1 3 3 Plnee.8 2 3 0 Sclvldge.g 1 2 t R. Davts 1 0 0 Smith 0 0 0 WcifiHCh 0 0 0 Woods 1 0 0 (M) U F F · 1 1 5 3 i 3 1 4 1 0 3 0 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Coach Gene Morgan threw up stl . a|ght bgske tball game by de- a defense that pressed the Maroons at midcourt and got the Indians off to a 6-0 lead. They were ahead 35-30 at the half. Jackson went ahead twice in the feating Kalamaioo St. Augustine, 67-55, Tuesday at Mattawan high gymnasium. St. Augustine played the Redskins to pair of ties at 9-9 and last 20 minutes but the Indians 11 _ 1J late jn the flrst per i oa - tmt rallied to regain command. , p Paw me out of the quar . Jackson stayed In the game only o son staye n e game , tgr lead i ng j n the strength of hitting h d fl aft ' er · 13-11. and was never that. Trail WMU, Then Romp To Victory DETROIT (AP)--Detroit cruised to an easy victory in its Motor City basketball tournament championship final. The Titans sputtered for about 10 minutes before they got going in their game with Western Michigan Tuesday night. The Broncos suprised the heavily favored Titans by racing to a 17-11 lead. Then midway in the first half the Titans, ranked llth nationally, found the range and turned the game into a rout. Tha final score: 92-72. After Charlie North tied the score 19-19, Dave DeBusschere pumped in seven straight points. The Broncos never challenged after that and Detroit led 56-26 »t the half. MOST VALUABLE DeBusschere was high scorer with 28 points. He was voted the most valuable player in the tournament. .North had 21 points. It was the fourth championship for Detroit in the eight-year history of its tournament. Bob James was top scorer for western with 21 points. The Titans posted their ninth Totals 18 ! Score by Quartern: St. John's P Covert 12 O l f l c l i l i : U n h a r d t victory of the season. Their only loss has been to Indiana. " t h e Consolation final, New nd Taylor. H K I O G M A N (32) |EAU C L A I R E Chrlitl'nt'iU 5 0 4 Wolf t i o o coon.r Milhlen.o « 0 1 BrntUord.l Cllpson.B 5 0 4 polBSh»k,c R. P'chlfdn.r 4 0 3Dohm,s 32 of 40 free throws as Benton j Guard Barry Sm jth was high Harbor's aggressive defense was . ( p Paw , s i 0 . man SCO ring at- J« 10 i2; c all e d for 25 fouls, one more f th lg mts foUowed by in- tne consolation nnal, Mew 1S _ 15 than Jackson. However, the In- Roger Price who netted Mexico fought off a la e surge by 26-68 i dians had only a .500 mark on, 13 before fouling out ! Valparaiso and edged the Indiana free throws, j Butch Roe loff canned 19 and! lcam 80 ' 76 They hit 40% from the court Dan Comvay 15 for st . Aug us- * tine but there little other went I n d . Hnttber ottlee. 0. AM A m l f i M U l I ' l l , l.rli rial A i n v Smith I'm Triix 4 53S « R o l t i l f Ml-Co L'inl R y n o 211. u-kers L'tHi, !' H u o k r i Ml* 0 l l n M i chn.MUT. f Ottut AJccl hfi.V ^^fi. I ( H l i g l l l ll A meetiiH' n * inMuu't-u Ipftni.^ Ill lh- VMC'A int-n tji'.v- ietlial) league will lie held tonight et 7:30 p m ut Hit Hmion Harbor YMCA. Dunne the incctini; i i - m n t will bfi chissifitd in dtvi.siuns lot u p - ulnr fiffifton's pla- and s t i t t - a u U ^ drawn up lor next wt-t-k Action in the men's I m ^ u e will H-MUUI next Wcdncftday »v Bt-nlon Hii:- bnr Junior hi^h. t \M.S HtnM. S l h i u u i r t K l l ; - L i t e . J u u K i f Iiir. . J r i B U t l i S, Mll[ ^^(l. the Bulldogs' first victory over the Irish after six district tournament defeats In the past sev- t'ti yeiu-s. Covert has a 6-1 record to take against Bridgman which is 4-'i a f t e r fasi - breaking Its way through the first, two tourney names. The Bees had serious opposition from Eau Claire only in the first 12 minutt'S. TKN Vl.AVKUS SCOUK Brldgman's scoring was dist r i b u t e d among 10 players with Tony Oi|xon getting 14 to again load' the way. Tom Christiansen also was in double figures with | 10. John Coon's seven were' high lor Enu Claire. ; The Bee vet's, led by Lorry j Holashak, were strong on the backboimls but their offensive] rebouuitm« was negated by a dismal .186 .shooting mark from llit 1 roiirt. They couldn't hit a bit.^KtM tor n KUmlnutr span ex- temllns trout mldwny tn the MTond qtiarln- Ls too early in Uie final period. Only a trio ol ftvc throws prevented Uiem trom beiii^ shutout in the third. Hndgmaii started wrapping up the s.une a f t e r Eau Claire had I'nini within two points on biv*- ktM.s by C(xin and Rich Bradlord to inaki- u 17-15. Oipson's bas- Kft off a fast break then S t a n a r d Sonier Llskey W l l k K e l l e r ne Maroons. support. St. Augustine Morgan had to rotate his play-; down to l t s . f l t t h defeat in six 1 0 1 BoelOcc.g 1 1 1 Hollo 1 0 OIBrooks a 0 0[RpPd 1 0 OlDcn. Rflilke ISmlth DCRU Rwdke (Rapp o it 1 d o : o o o o o o ToUls Score by 33 8 12' Totals O f f i c i a l s : R. Crocker and D. Crocker. r O N I K S Jocliem.C m-nya.s Trouplt S A U G A T I T K (611) (1 F r 8 3 3 S 3 3 Blok.l 0 F r 2 1 2 2 3 3 O S 3Cv 4 5 1 Hlnxoti.^ J 0 2;R. S t l t t 0 0 2i!'lcrce 2 1 2 1 0 2, from the court r, l F*i' in scoring 10 more baskets than 3 i 3 i the Maroons. 3 0 2 i 2 i j but two still left on penalties. Q-u^.gnoT LOSERS J J SI Center 'Ray Marks picked up j paw paw outshot the losers in four in the first half and was fle]d goals 2 4-21, and made 19 benched until the last six min- of 36 at (he Ilne to st Augus . utes. i une's 13 of 30. SC11ERLER HELI'EI) Coach Roy Rennhack's Red- T~T ! Clous Scherler came in to help! skins now have a 4-2 record after the Indians sew up the game i losing their first two games of H-52, W ith four baskets in the final 10 I the season. minutes and some crucial re- The Paw Paw junior varsity boundine TM uted st - Augustine reserves. The shorter Indians had to 50-29. Don Pnlan led the winners jump against 6-5 Ken Darby with 10 points. Ponies., Troy In Finals Of It will be the St. Joseph Ponies against the New Troy Trojans for the Jayvee championship of the Pony Invitational Tournament this afternoon at 4 p. in. The Trojans won their way into the championship game last' 3 3 3 4 3 0 0 2 1 1 5 Score by quarter..: Ponies " I ' 15 «-- J2 ' 3«tu»tuck I 5 ' » t l "~ 8tl I otltctftls: PikVltck unrt Slicte«ts. i T R O J A N S t«l I BISONS 1 0 F PjGlosslnper.t je olser.,1 5 3 3 Hobiwon.l Jt Dln K es,( 2 0 0|Marcuccl.c Jo. Olscn.c 1 1 IBlomgrrii.s JH Ulntie.. s 3 * S'Jonfs.E Ml'ller.s ' 1 0 l|T!l.key a t r e t l l n g 4 1 t ' K r y c k . N a r r e n a n 1 1 I j T r l c f i Totals 11 11 15, Tc-UK ! aeon tv Q\lftrt*tn New Trov 1* ^ H New BtitUlo . . . » » 1' Offlclil*: A p p e l g f l »"d I'lev j Kifiltt Results 1 Mitmcanolts-- Kenny Lane 1) 0 1 3 1 3 1 3 2 3 0 1 1 0 3 7 3 1 (1 0 1 2 0 0 111 « 13 7-- « 12--47 enter. , 143, Indians before fouling out Scherler had 10. The boxscore: l-OMM. COl.. (67) JACKSON 1 c, F r| OH t 1 6 O.nromley.f 1'oliard.I 2 1 SjOilbcrt.l Murfct.r 1 ' 4,D«rby,c Turners: 4 3 5:Tme!l.K V'lUUms c H AiMklnt.f Moore 3 0 3 ; H a r v e y Scherlei » 0 4 ; ,Uttl»it Thelsfn 0 o OjSmlth Farmer 0 0 0 . Vrlesler 0 0 0 Total* 56 IS 3S Tot«l 1« Score In Q u a r t r - i s : HAI.FT1ME SCORE: Conimuutt lege 3.V Jackson 30. ^ -- ^^fc-- and 4 7 2 1 2 5 3 1 4 4 1 9 2 0 S 1 3 1 1 1 5 1 0 1 0 0 2 32 24 Cot- and a couple of 6-4 asoclates.' Paw Paw's next game start mil night by sU p pin g by New Bu{ . Darby netted only three baskets be Jan. 5 against Mattawan. The fal0i 44 . 42 rjuwayne Fletcher but 'converted 14 of 15 free Kedskins' game at Galesbura pnccd the winners attack w j t n throws for 20 points. The Ma- Jan.. 8 has been changed to Port , 3 poinls Jonn BihJmire njt Ior roons have a 3-0 record in the · Ouster^ gym. n . Jim Karagnn had 16 for the Michigan Junior College confer- 1 encc. Jim Turner scored 11 for the G F P - 1 3 l|Roclot.f o i 3tconway.i 5 3 S.Ehlcrt.c 8 3 t;abi.c Q OlDt-Aii The boxscore: r.viv PAW ! (B1) -St. AllOt-STINL K. Ampev.t 1'rlce.c Smith.f JtlrKPnson.g S. Amyiey Fenton neck 3 3 l 3 0 3jAlltn 1 2 l i H r l c t c n b a 1 0 1; r. rr » a i 6 3 2 0 0 0 3 3 5 1 1 S C 0 1 0 0 4 1 * 1 1 0 4 Totals 24 19 21 Totals II 13 23 Score by Q u a r t e r s ; Pan- I'avc . . . 13 17 16 21-61 St. A u g u s t i n e 11 13 12 19--55 OUIctuls: P e c k h n m a n d M c c l f l U n . First Oti Ice COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (API-Colorado College took over undisputed first place in the Western Collegiate Hockey Assn. Tues- losers. New Troy held an 11-8 lead at · the quarter, increased it to 20-16 at the half and led by one, 28-27iS:' f as the fourth quarter started. · St. John's played Eau Claire at 2:40 this afternoon for the v consolation championship. The; Junior Irish won their way -fnto',' 1 . I he finals with an easy 45-26' ' victory over Covert. THe Irish took the lead at the start and never lost it, They led by 14-3, 20-11, and 34-18 at the rest stops. It was the first victory of the season for the St. John's club. Russell Humes and Dave Howley each scored 13 points for the Irish. Luther Smith canned nine for the losers. Wilwyn, winner of the first M u l c h 0(lilt.» :«- , j . M string of 15 point* extending Ray Lancaster, !«,·,, Spartan- Woody Sponausle, Cornell line- j day night with a 4-3 vlclor y ovcr |,...,,,- lnt{ ,, n .. Uonlll ,.,, , or . .. .. ·" ""· _ - man, is the son of woodrovv Minnesota. bauici inicrnauonai race icr into thp second half as K a n . burg, S.C., 3. Cldii e was knocked out ol con-1 McKccsport, ! tontton with a 32-15 deficit. ,,,... Pa.-Johnny Mor- rls, 164, PitUburgh, ontpointed. In ths consolation bracket' Bobby Stlntnato, 175, Cleveland, 8. Sponnuglc. head football coach at Franklin and Marshall at Lancaster, Pa. The Tigers have won 6 of 7 games. Michigan Tech fell out of ths lead in * 9-4 loss to Denver. England In 1952, has been purchased for stallion duty In Johannesburg South Africa.

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