Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on February 25, 1967 · Page 4
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SATUKDAY, MiKUAKY 25, 1967 THE ANDERSON HERALD Mount Vemon Romps Over Hancock Central Meets Knightstown Foe Today New Castle, Greenfield In Semifinal Too NEW CASTLE _ Mount Ve non of Hancock County ha four players scorng n doub fgures whle rompng to a 73 58 victory over Hancock Central, and Knightstown bargee past a tired Sulphur Springs quintet, 16 to 61, here in Brida night's final first-round contes o. the New Castle Section played in Chrysler Gym. Jeff Thomas' 17, Jim Beatty 19, Phil Suiter's 16 and Miller 13 led the fast-moving Maraud ers. Charlie Titus' 14, Larry Brooks' 10, Mickey McKee's 1 and Danny Bennett's 13 helped Hancock Central's Panthers a losing cause. Gene Bundy'j feat of hitting 11 baskets in 15 attempts am adding 3 points on free throws for 25 points all night led th Falcon charge. Ken Schweitzer 15, Bob Sorrell's 12 and Jim MoCaU'a 17 rounded out th scoring for I" ' " double figures. Ty Huffman 11 and Mike Winters' IS helped Sulphur Springs. Greenfield and host New Cas tie meet in the first semifm game at 12:30, and Knightstown and Mt. Vernon collide ir the second 1:4$ contest Satw PROBABLE STARTERS: day. Boxes: — FI 1 C 3 2 1 Mt. Vtruon PC Thomas, t - 8 Demon, f 3 Beatty, e 8 Suiter, t 7 Miller c ,_ ft poyeU 0 Johnson 0 Totals M Hancock Central FG Titus, f 7 Brooks, f 5 McKee. c 3 Bennett, g 3 Bryant, t 1 Edwards 2 Hyde 2 9 FT T 0 0 4 ' 0 0 l Totals _ —23 12 Mt. Vernon 19 n 21 22—7 Central 8 16 18 16—08 Referee, Venable: Umpire, Lei mon Knichtstown FG FT I Mills. I 1 1 Hm-ell, f I 1 Schweitzer, c « 3 1 Sorrel!, s 5 2 ! Bundy. ( 11 3 ! McCall 7 3 1 Purtee 1 0 Allen j» 1 Totals 5 M ! Sulphur Sprints FG FT TP D. Peddnpaufb, t 2 0 Huffman, f 5 1 Sanders, c 3 1 ShocMey. t - 3 0 Suratt, t * 1 0 Painter a 0 Winters 7 2 H. Peckinpaugh 3 5 Phillips J _0 Totals ;;-£.*,?, „ Knightstown 21 23 28 13—e Sulphur Springs —_-13 19 U iM Referee,' Bfankenbaker; Umpire Baumfardner Torre 'Raids' Club Treasury ATLANTA (UPI) -Catcher Joe Torre, second half of the Atlanta Braves' home run punch, completed the secern half of a $190,000 on the Braves' treasury when he signed his contract. The 26-year-old All-Star catch er, who hammered 36 home runs last year, signed up for an estimated $50,800 just one day after his slugging teammate Hank Aaron agreed to a $100,000 pact. The Braves claimed the contract makes Torre the highest paid catcher in National League history. The contracts were the firs two signed by top Braves official Bill Bartholomay in his new role as club president, and Barttiotomay cracked that his next step will be to "head down to the bank for a loan." Torre's signing brought to 37 file number of Braves under contract—all of the actual roster. The only two still technically unsigned are rookies now unavailable—outfielder TeiJ Bashore who is in the Army and infielder Billy Southworth who Is in college. Torre announced that ros target this year as last will be to "drive in at least 100 runs, because runs win the ball games and driving 'em 5n is the most important statistic." » Silvey Down On Farm ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Cardinal General Manager Stan Musial said Friday that George Silvey has been named the Baseball team's farm club director. Silvey had been acting farm director and director of scouting tince the resignation of Sheldon (Chief) Bender as d'rector of the minor league teams 10 days ago. Bender went to the Cincinnati Reds. Duffy Daugherty of Michigan State played football at Syracuse two of the Orange assistant coaches were Biggie Munn and Bud Wilkinson. PLAY FINAL GAME TONIGHT - Charles (Chuck). Hist (left) and Dorr/1 Lehnus (right) will moke their final appearance in an Anderson College uniform tonight when the Rar»nt tollidt with the Marian Knights of Indianapolis. Hise, Lehnus Play Last Time For AC Anderson fj (6-4) is (6-4) lise (6-6) iluius (6-0) Wallace (3-9 Marion Hendricks (6-4 Ancelet (8-1) Bitl'myer (6-6 Smaltz (5-11) Brodnlck (5-11) Anderson College hosts Maran of Indianapolis tonight as the Eastsiders cap their 1966-6; cage campaign and a pair ol seniors don the Black and Orange tor the last time. The Ravens are 10-12 for the year while the Knights, at 16-7, lave chalked up the cord yet for a Marian hardwood outfit. Seniors Chuck Hise and Darryl Lehnus play their final forty minutes for Anderson tonight, erminating a total of eight rears and 179 games since com- ng to AC as freshmen. Lehnus and Hise, who have played varsity ball since their ookie year, are quite a combination and will be sorely missed next fall when basket- iall season rolls around once again. Standing 6-6, Hise has been lie starting cei'ter on Eastside wsketball teams for the past liree seasons. This year he eads teammates in scoring and rebounding. Through 22 games Hise has 14 points to his credit, gaining admission to AC's "500 Club" with a 21 point performance at Ohio Northern. In addition to bis 23.5 scoring verage — 41st in the latest National Association of I n t e r- "Ollegiate Athletics statistical eport — Hise has hauled down 385 rebounds this year, good for th place in the nationwide ankings. The 385 figure is ^ career ligh for Hise, compared to last ieason's total of 371 compiled n 27 games. Through his four-year cage areer at AC, Hise has hit 516 f 1035 shots from the field for .499 accuracy mark, shootini 725 from the free throw line on 292 of 395 attempts. The Eastside pivotman has totaled 1324 points in 89 game for a lifetime average of 14.9 garnering 1149 rebounds during that same period. behnus, a 6-0 guard who has the knack of knowing just when teammate Hise will be open un der the bucket, disproves the theory that athletics and aca demies don't mix. A charter member of Phi Eta Sigma — honorary freshmai academic fraternity — and A] Chi, counterpart of Phi Kappa, Lehnus has parti cipated in varsity baseball as well as basketball for the pas four years. At the end of the 1966 baseball season Lehnus was namei most valuable player of tha Hoosier Conference champion ship team. This year Lehnus has scored an average of 10.9 points " . ;ame and has compiled a per fan Yanks' Murcer Called To Duty FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla UPI) — Bobby Mureer, the oung infielder Yankee mana er Ralph Houk hoped to station t shortstop, told New York fficials Friday he has been ailed to active duty with the Vrmy for two years starting Warch 6. Murcer, 20, known as an rratic fielder but a steady tter, was with New York at •- start and tail end of the '66 eason, batting .174 in 21 ames. In between he went to le Yanks International League 'oledo farm club and hit .266 with 15 homers and 62 runs atted in. Murcer's departure leaves the up for grabs with veterans uben Amaro and Dick Howser aving the inside track, and it so opens the gate for rookie erry Kenney. Kenney is a 22-year-old rospect Houk had expected to ve another season of minor ague experiecne. He hit .292 with Columbus last year and as the Southern League's All- tar shortstop. The 6-foot-l fielder will certainly stay with e Yankees longer this spring ban had been expected because Murcer's Army induction. Murcer, who was married last etober, received the news iiirsday by telephone from his fe in Oklahoma City. lastic 245 assists, demolishing his old mark of 181 set during the 1965-66 cage card. Since AC statisticians have wen recording assists for only wo years, Lehnus has been thi sole possessor of this record but it would be hard to fin< another guard who average* 11.1 giveaways per game. Lehnus has hit 346 of 851 shots from the floor for a .403 lifetime shooting percentage. At the charity stripe, the Raven floor general has pasted i 699 accuracy mark on 153 61 219 attempts. Over the four year period, Lehnus has averaged 9.4 points each game. Tower House Wins Tower House won the team championship of the City Shuffleboard League with 107 wins, announced bop officers yesterday. Bill's Bar was run- nerup with 81, 8th Street third with 74 and Crystal Bar fourth with 49. Tower House downed 8th Street, 6-3, and Crystal whipped Bill's, 6-3, in the final matches. Awards will be distributed at a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Crystal Bar. ; DON CARTER MARION 1ADEWIO Casper Birdie Binge Brings Third Place MANILA (UPI) -Billy Casper of San Diego used a second round three-under-par 69 to gain third place Friday behind Chen Ching Po of Nationalist China and Filippino Celestino Tugo after the second round of the 138,000 Philippine Open golf tournament. Casper, who was nearlj buried in fifth place after an opening round par 72, rallied with four birides to move into the third place spot with a two- round total of 141. Chen and Tugot led the field tied at 140. Tugot, the first round leader, fell off his blazing pace and carded a 73 Friday to accompany his 67 on Thursday Chen opened with a 71 and sho a 69 Friday. Power-hitting Martin Roesink of Holland was alone in fourth place with 70-72-142, while England's Peter AllLss was close fifth at 70-73-143. Chen, a 35-year-old veteran hit his iron shots with magni ficent precision and kept his foging 55.52 to Kentucky Wesley putts undo control. Casper, rattled by someone in the gallery who dropped a motion picture camera as the American was ready to putt on the ninth green, posted birdies on the fourth, fifth, 12th and 13th holes. His only bogey of the day came on the sixth hole. At even par 144 were Ben Arda of the Philippines, Hisashi Suzumura of Japan, and the 1965 Philippine Open champion Lu Liang Hwan of Nationalis China. Defending champion Luis Silverio recovered from i disastrous opening round 78 am fired a 72 for a total of 150, but remained far back in the field > Notre Dame And West. Michigan Are Co-Favored SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPD- Host Notre Dame and defending champion Western Michigan are co-favored in Saturday's 41st annual Central Collegiate Conference indoor track meet. A field of 241 and 12 universities has been announced, with 3 defending champs in 9 events headlining the hopefuls. Among last year's winners back are Craig Wallace of Kentucky State in the 60-yard low iurdles and 60-yard dash; Paul Seeley of Western Michigan in he pole vault, Chuck LeMon, Western Michigan, in the 60- yard high hurdles, Mitchel Livingston, Southern Illinois, high jump. Also, Bob O'Connor, Loyola of Chicago, 600-yard run; Pete Farrell, Notre Dame, 1000-yard run, and Mike Chaput, Notre Dame, ong jump. Kent State was also expected o put in a strong bid for the team crown. The Broncos have won the title four of the past live years. Notre Dame and Southern Illinois tied for runnenip honors .ast year. Wings Lose Scorer DETROIT (AP)-The Detroit ted Wings' crumbling hopes for a National Hockey League playoff spot fell away a little further Friday when it was announced Norm Ullman will be out of ac- ion for at least a week. Ullmaa, the team's 1 jcorer, suffered a fractured rib when he was banged into the boards during Thursday night's ;ame against the Toronto Maple jeafs. He will miss both games this weekend, when the Red Wings ake on the Maple Leafs in To- onto Saturday, then return to Olympia to battle Bruins Sunday. the Boson NIT Field Swells To 8 Contenders NEW YORK (UPI) -Tin field for the 30th annua National Invitation Tournamen swelled to eight Friday with the addition of Southern Illinois, the No. 1 small college basketbal team in the cou The 18-2 Salukis join Syracusi (19-3), Utah State (18-4) Rutgers (16-6), St. Peters (182), Marquette (16-7), Providence (164) and Memphis State (17-7) who were namec Thursday for the nation's oldes post-season cage classic. Southern Illinois' record i. marred setback only to by a SMU two-poin and an overtime loss to Louisville, the No. 2 major college powei whom they later defeated Included in the win column an victories over defending NCAJ champion Texas Western am Wichita State. The SaMcis have two games remaining on their regular season schedule. Saturday nigh they meet Kentucky Wesleyan the second-ranked small college school, and Southwest Missour next Wednesday night. Last year Southern Illinois went to the finals of the NCAA college division tourney before an, a team they had beaten twice earlier that season. They have defeated the Panthers once already this season, 52-5 late last month. Wilbur Frazier, a 6-foot-4 high jumping forward, leads the Southern Illinois attack with 17-point average. But one of the main reasons for their succes this season has been the tigh defense Coach Jack Hartman has instilled. The Salukis rate among the nation's stingies teams, allowing opponents ax average output of 56 points a game. This Illinois' will first mark Southern NIT and firs appearance ever in Madison Square Garden. Athletic Director 'Donald N Blydston said the Salukis turned down a bid to return to the NCAA small college tourne; earlier this week, hoping i would receive an invitation to the March 9-18 NIT. 49ers Sign Dan Colchico SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Dan Colchico signed as a defensive coach with the San Francisco 49ers Friday after his hopes of recapturing his ok spot in the lineup were blasted >y an adverse medical report Lou Spadia, the 49ers general manager, announced from Honolulu that the former end on defense would assist Dick Voris his season in coaching the line. Colchico had wanted to play again after being shelved by a ruptured Achilles tendon since he opening game of the 1965 season. But Dr. Lloyd Milburn ;he team physician, reportec .hat he was doubtful if the :endon would "withstand the physical stress demanded of a >rofessional athlete." A team spokesman emphasized that Colchico was no' illing the vacancy created lasl week when Jim David resignet as defensve backfeld coach join the Detroit Lions. "We're still looking for a replacement for David," the spokesman said. "Dan will work witlj the line." A former San Jose State star. Colchico joined the 49ers in 196( and became a starting defensive end the same season. He was ;iven the team's "Len Eshmont Lward" for nspratonal play wo years later. "There is no question that we would like to have Dan back playing for us but we must :onsider his welfare," coach rack Christiansen said. "We are 'really pleased that we stifl -will >e able to use his talents, experience and enthusiasm as a mamber of our coaching staff." Clemson Likes 'he Mahaffeys CLEMSON, S. C. (AP)'here's been a Mahaffey in a asltetball uniform at Clenison niversity for the last nine cars, some of the time as a rother acl. The present two are Randy, a foot-7 seinor center who is av- raging 16.5 points a game, and ichie, a sophomire forward of he same height who is averag- ng 10.7. They have led the Tigers to ictories in their last six games, nd a 16-6 record in all games his season. If they can continue i do so at home against Mary- md Saturday and Virginia onday in the final two games f the regular Atlantic Coast onference season, they will be ) per cent of the winningest am the Tigers have ever had. And when Richie graduates, e brothers will have compiled i 11-year Mahaffey reign in iger basketball. Clemson is regarded as hav- g a good chance in the ACC lampionship tournament which arts Thursday, March 9, at reensboro, N.C. Donnie Mahaffey at one tune ad the school's best field goal verage, .462 per cent, and the \ost rebounds, 666, until last eek when Randy passed him ith 674. Donnie played varsity asketball from 1962 to 1964. nd he was a sophomore when ommy was a senior. In the years he was recruiting icm at the Mahaffey home in aGrange, Ga., down the road piece from Clemson, Coach obby Roberts tried to take the amily out for dinner many mes, but was successful only nee. "The rest of the time," e recalls, "Mrs. Mahaffey ould just go to the grocery ore with me, pick out some- ling, and we'd eat there at leir house." The father. H. T. Mahaffey, ; a Clemson graduate in textile ork, and his father attended le school when it was South arolina A&M. 'You had to play basketbal] you wanted to stay in the amily," Richie recalls. The four brothers grew round a basketball goal hung i the garage in the back yard. Randy says, "Tommy and tichie would stand Donnie and IB." Randy will graduate in pre- aed this year, and Richie is eading toward a degree in usiness management. O£T THE BIG ONE HUGO, Colo. (AP) — Before greyhound named Desing its eight-man state foot- all championship tj> Revere ligh last fall, Hugo High teams lad won 34 games in a row. Blizzards Keep Fans In Monon, Crown Point yms Thursday Night NEW CAR FINANCING 450 CITIZENS BANKING CO. $ PER HUNDRED PER YEAR DON'T GET CAUGHT ON BIG HOOK Don't be over • impressed with the value of i big hook. Some lady bowlers judge a fellow ten-pinner's skill by toe amount that she can make her ball carve. The short hook, or ev*n the good, reliable straight ball, is much more effective. Keep your thumb pointing almost straight up and your fingers behind the ball as you reieaie It. This will reduce the size of your book and enable yon to be more accurate. THIRTEEN SCORE . SOARING TIPS — Included in the pockeWlied pamphlet, "Position, stance ft Approach." TO get your personal, portable copy, lend 10c and a stamped, •elf . addressed envelope t* Don Carter, in care of National Newspaper Syndicate, 2* North Wacker Drive, Chl- cijo, t, III. abated home. By United Press International Thousands of Indiana high school basketball tourney fans waited for hours in upstate sectional gyms Thursday night and early Friday while snowstorms ' ' ' so they could drive Some of them got home after dawn. Others gave up and " " motels and other along the way because of poor visibility from blowing snow and snow-clogged country roads. But the inconveniences foisted on fans in the northwest sector of the state did not cause the postponement ments. of any tourna- Indiana High School Athletic Association commissioner Phil N. Eskew caid no calls were received from host school principals inquiring about whether they sbr'.M postpone sessions scheduled for tonight, or notify- int th» IHSAA of postpone, ments. Dozens of schools were closed throughout the north part of the state, however, because of the snow and cold. The snowstorms hit on schedule, as they so often do when Indiana basketball tournament time rolls around. At Monon, 2,800 fans stayed in the gym until 4 a.m. when visibility improved ao they could head for home. At Crown Point, about 2,000 of 3,054 fans who packed the gym were delayed in leaving because of the blizzard-like weather. But at both those places, no Friday games were scheduled so there was no question of postponements. The weather also created havoc among fans at other upstate tourney sites, including Michigan City, East Chicago and Chesterton. But in most cases the fans and team members who didn't get home decided not to brave the elements and found lodging near the gyms. BALTIMORE (UPI) -RAy- mond Berry, the Baltimore Colts' sure-hanaed end, has licked up more yardage catch- ng passes than any other jr in pro football history, -jrough the 1966 season Berry j lias gained 9,108 yards in his 12 pro campaigns. Quick Service At The Huddle, Edgewood Plaza Fan Fare PLAVINS TO S\ STAMPINSROOM State Legion Men's Kegling Resumes Here ™ 4-30 p M Brandon's Enterprises Of An-l Teams and fceglers monopolizing dersqn holds top spot in team the allcys this w " ke " d fo "° w: landicap and second in team actual; H. Rehmel - H. Zimmer, of Anderson, holds second in doubles handicap, and J. Jones, also of this city, is second in the singles handicap af- :er the first weekend's compe- ition in the Indiana American L,egion Men's 26th Championship Bowling Tournament in progress at Murnan's East Side NoT i*'"(indpis'.)T'"Green\™'d'''Tin- and Cooper's Sport Bowl here. J "' •-—•••- Gordy's Tavern (Kentland): Matthews Legion (Matthews); Boosters (Decatur); Edward S. Gnrllard (Indpls.); Real McCoys (Covington); Trowbridfie Lawnrnowers (Seima); Hagerstown (Hagerstown), Rocket Post No. 3, Hockett Post No. 4, Hockett Post No. 5, Oaklandon Trophy. Hockett Post No. 1 all of Greenwood (Greenwood); New Haven (New Haven); Kennington No. 2 (Indpls.l; Soi'.!.Uport (Indpls.); Gar- Field No. 5 (Indpls.); Kennington Competition will continue this weekend with full squads KiSSSSS? scheduled for 4:30 and 7:30 . . dpls.): Martinsville Nos. 1, 2, 3 (all o! Martinsville). 7 P. M. nm tnAev af Miirnnn'c onH full Traffic, Nos. 2, 1 (Indpls.): Dun- Re xm. today at Murnan s ana lull kmi) B n • Th()rn i, ur 'g No. 10 si» meups carded in singles and-- - " -—'- °~ duobles for 10 a.m., 12 noo, Sales. Evans Standard, Eubank (Marion); Pickups (N. Carlisle); o j » _ o..«j, ' .» f Legion Nos. 1. 2. 4, 2, (Zionsville); 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday at UH>p- Murnan's Realty 1 and 2 (Anderer's Bowl sou); Hockett No. 6 (And.); Slur- ci => i>um. devanl (Sharpsville); Daleville No. Current leaders foilowi - - .._,- «- n Only TEAM — AT MURNAN'S Actual 1 — Herther Furniture (Frank' •ort). 2764. 2 — Brandon Enterprises (Anderson), 2747. Handicap 1 — Brandon Enterprises (Anderson), 3119. 2 — Knightstown Legion (Kniehtt- own). 3081. 3 — Hether Furniture (Frank' '°4 — Travelers (Winchester), 2973. 5 — Voor's Jewelry (Ft. Wayne), 2966. DOUBLES, SINGLES — AT COOPER'S Doubles—Actual 1 B. Gardner - D. Brett (Rush' ville) 1228 2 — B. Helges-H. Merchen (Wilno llamsport) 1168. P 3 — E. Holloway-J. Kane (Wil'"" liamsDort), 1164. . Handicap — C. Jones-J. GUpin (New liMnt idnn Zimmer (An- > (Daleville); Warren Legion No. (Warren); Alderman's Hobby's ( Richmond); Post 11 Pros, Soller- Krugh derson) , •Wanatah)/1305. Singles—Aetna! 1 — C. Speece (Montpelier), 650. 2 — D. Jones Jr. (Montpelier) '3'— B. Baer (Frankfort), 605. Handicap ics , (Mon: I _ H. Barn ntpelier), 720. _ . , , . 2 — J. Jones (Anderson (Wana- 3'— L. Bosenbaum (Wanatah), All-Events 1 — H. Wilson (WilUamsport), 119 2 '— L. Whalin (Jetfersonvffle), 764 3 — B. Hensley (Anderson). 1757. wood TiBeds (Greenwood): Bell Baker (Lafayette). DOUBLES AND SINGLES Feb. 26—10 A. M. Runnels — VanDusen; Laureys • Bickle; Bennett - Hagg (New Carlisle); Killion-Parks, Bucks-Taylor, Abney-Stacey. E. Shipley-R. Aynes, A. MarshaU-M. Tatman, Cooler- Sewell, Howard-Ray, Shady-Puckett, Lykins - Brann, C. Shipley -A. Bums, Mitchell-Herbert, Pebernat- Lycan, Cue-Kemmer, T. Cline-C. Farley. Kizer-Stahlaker (all of Anderson): Carter-Denney. Richardson- Mills. Sadler-Dart, Dalton-Weddle, Roempke-Adkins. R. Fletcher • T. Fletcher. C. Wright • Gastineau, Petcrs-Thacker (all of Marhnsville). 12 Noon D. Couuh-J. Couch, Weelock-Shedd, Bower, Sjgo (Kentland): Mann • Baker Schultz Tutlewiler. Faulkner. Shackley. (Decatur); Cousins F. nnHaven Boud-Carland, Baldwin « McCoy (Covington); Heteubuch . Xavre. Anderson - Flory, Kruycr • Holloway, (Plymouth): Fowler • Ponna, Bussing • McAfee Jackson- Werden (Greenwood): D. Castor • O. Haven Loser - Cooper (Anderson); Harris • Riley Galloway Seeright, Walker - Slineer, (Indpa.) Cane - Dewaelsche, VanDnessche Turner. Jeppeson. 1 C. Bossman (New Haven); Shoemaker - Walker, Link • Smith (Indpls.); Thompson- Herrinf, H. Douglas - C. Douglas """- " "••'"• Candell - Sullivan, Meek • Verhanife, Breeland - Strong (Indpls.); G. Kuffman - R. Huffman, Hutchison • Shildmyer. Rirtgle - Cultice (Marion);- Stayer - Frushour, Cans- lorn . Kistler, Widmeyer, Morgan* thaler (LargoH Gordon - Vanlandingham. Robinson - Ballard, Rice • VanMeter. Tyler - Clemens, Daw* <ins - Alderman (Richmond); Wam« pier - Grim (Daleville); Hennes* sey - Hanley. Rainey - Garvey. Roeder - Thmpson, Kleifgen • Petty, R. Matlinely . KUbride, Hodges - Kaufman, Zent - Zietlo. Everett - Trissel, Emery - Murray (Indpls.). 4 P. M. R. Christy - Mills, Gia&s • Ryan (Matthews); Tolliver • Smell, Craw, ford - True, Thurman, Loyd (In* dpls.); Dull • Morgan (Dunkkk): Caldwell - Paul, McKee • Oxley, Billington - Gillisple, CaldweU-Stuin, Reynolds. Moss, w. Shoemaker • J, Shoemaker, L. Mills • Jarves, Coval* Speese, Whitaker - Heckman, Anders - Corzy (Zionsville); A. Sokol. T. Baldwin. B. Robinson, D. Byrne, B. Smith, T. Dunnington. Evans • Hood, Dunlap - Murnan, Stewart - Pope, D. Day - H. Ash- sy (Anderson); Ley - Huegler. _-ritch . Olingle, H. Smith • Suns- dahl (Tipton); Wehling • Ralne» (Anderson). 2 ley (of Fi , . (Warren): Dcerr Clarkson, Pritts Paeth, D. Hurtt- Roudenbush ^..L™.., .,...Lynch - Barbaur, Anderson • Keith (Lafayette). ^ p _ ^ Trowbridge - Love! Hiatt . Burton (Selma): Spencer - Shaneyfelt, Me • Dawson, (Hartford City): Heck • Backer, Beeson • Lee, Wiliams - Kiser, Anderson - Lockhart. IU Wrestlers Blank Purdue BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)— Indiana's wrestlers blanked Purdue 33-0 Friday in their second triumph of the season over the Boilermaker matmen. In a triangular meet at Minneapolis two weeks ago, Indiana won 31-5. Indiana scored three falls in running up its decisive victory. Dave Mudd, 145 pounds, pinned Rich Ratliff in 6:22, 16<H>ound Watty McOuat pinned Dave Kowalczyk in 1:38 and Heavy, weight Martin Hey threw Rich, ard Daffinee in 1:23. 4 • Cazzie Russell, a member of the New York Knickerbockers, led the Big Ten in scoring last season with 465 points in 14 league games. Gun Digest & Shooter'* Bible. GUN BARN. LAST 3 DAYS TO SAVE BONNEVILLE JET GUARANTEED 42/000 AMIES IT'S LIKE RIDING ON A CLOUD... POLYESTER^ 4WBEAO • TO BEAD MORE! 'Pius F.E. Ton Full 4-PIy Polyester Cord won't "flat spot" to cause annoying early morning thump. 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