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MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1955 PACE THIRTEEN Rupp Calls for Th ree Changes In Court Rules By ROBERT GLASS CHICAGO (INS) Head basket ball Coach Adolph Rupp of the University of Kentucky has fired a broadside into present day basketball rules and requested three major changes. The Wildcat basketball wizard announced yesterday that he has sent three proposals to the National Association of Basketball Coaches recommending "changes that are necessary for the very life of the game." The Kentucky coach made the statement from Lexington, Ky., by long distance telephone to the Chicago Basketball Writers Association. Rupp attacked the present bonus rule which gives a team an extra shot if it makes the first one and particularly if the team with the ball happens to be called on. a fouL Rupp proposed: 1. WIIEN A TEAM on defense is guilty of a foul against an offensive man in the act of shooting, the player should be given two free throws. 2. All other defensive fouls only would allow one free throw. 3. If an offensive player commits a foul, the defensive team would get the ball out of bounds. This would eliminate receiving a charity shot and a possible "bonus" free throw. The veteran coach explained if his proposals were adopted, "it could lengthen the game to four- 12-minute quarters instead of two 20-minute halves." This, Rupp said, would give the fans a real competitive game instead of a free throw contest. This year's Kentucky squad was called one that has had "to fight every inch of the way." Rupp said that his biggest job this season was trying to teach his squad coordination. RUPP DECLARED that the loss of star guard Linville Puckett "has improved the morale of the team tremendously." He added that his entire squad of 13 players have taken it upon themselves personally to play inspired ball to make up for Puckett's leaving the team. The Wildcat boss explained that he "tossed Puckett off the team because he repeatedly broke training rules.". Rupp said the entire picture of the Southeast Conference was 'changing" because of the all- around general improvement in all the teams. He added that "Kentucky is fighting for its very life because of the two losses inflicted by an inspired Georgia Tech quintet." Head Coach Ray Meyer, whose De Paul team hosts Kentucky at the Chicago Stadium Saturday night, recalled that "the Wildcats ruined us when we played down there in January. We played them two nights after they were beaten by Georgia Tech and we were an nihilated, 83 to 59. JLEYER DECLARED that his biggest job of trying to stop Ken tucky over the years has been with rebounding. He added: "If we can control the boards, then we can beat Kentucky. When we played in Lexington last month, their center Bob Burrow was a 'beast on the boards' and we were unable to grab one offensive rebound in the second half." The De Paul coach called the 1955 Kentucky squad "a completely different team than ever has taken the floor." Meyer pointed out that there ai no stars on Kentucky this year but said "they all work together and help each other out in every situation." National Big Car Champ Entered in Speedway Classic INDIANAPOLIS (JP) Jimmy Bryan of Phoenix, Ariz., AAA national big car auto racing cham pion last year, was named today to drive a new Dean Van Lines Spe cial in the Indianapolis 500-mile race May 30. Bryan won five AAA champion ship races last season after finish ing second to Bill Vukovich at In dianapolis. Cars also were entered today for Jimmy Reece of Oklahoma City, and Mike Nazaruk of Bellmore, N.Y., both Indianapolis Motor Speedway veterans. Reece, who tied for fourth In AAA standings last year, will drive the same Malloy Special which was 17th in the 1954 "500." COMMODITIES Furnished by K. J. Brown Co., FJ1EM! Try the razor designed to Ine. July, II If i!,- Lvn-WiWi nicks and burn and sandpapsr scraps! get tlia neiv QP7 r55 INJECTOR kit COMPLETE KIT You get new ) 0X F"7 1 1 D ) gold electro- V f ( J I U J plated Injector v?Sva!! razor plui 12- S-h. --Vk. blade dispenser ($( ) VSx VvVV ...for the vSSs. closest, safest v VVv shave you if xN. ever had! AW -7 New, longer --y Av non-slip handle is tailored to fit S$0wr Razor and blades come v y Sslri packed in this hand- yXig some plastic travel case. WHEAT Mar., 5.22'i: May, 3 21,; a.llVi: Sept.. 2.13"2; Dec. 2.164. CORN Mar.. 1.514; May, IM3.; July, 1.56".',; Sept., 1.53'.,. OATS Mar.. .76'i,; May. .74H: July. 704 BTE Mar., 1.15Vi: May 1.18; July! 1.20U; sept., l.ai. SOYBEANS Mar., 2.76i; May, 2 73Vi: July. 2.69i: Sept., 2.56i: Nov.. 2A93. SOYBEAN Oil Mar. 12.03; May, 11.80; July. 11.60: Sept., 11.38: Oct., 11.16. SOYBEAN MEAL Mar., 64.60: May, 63.75: Mar.. 64.75: May. 64.00. LARD Mar., 12.27; May, 12.37: July. 12.52; Sept., 12.60. EGCS Scot.. 46.00; Oct., 45.80. ONIONS Feb.. .75; Mar.. .84; Nor.. 1 60. COTTON Mar.. 34.37; May, 34.74; July, 35.00. Hog Prices Steady Here Prices of hogs held steady at the Muncie Stockyards Tuesday with the top at $17.10. HOGS STEADY Conditioned meat-type hogs ..$17.10 200 to 220 pounds 16.85 220 to 280 pounds 15.00(ff 16.35 280 to 360 pounds 13.75 14.50 Roughs 14.75 down Stags 10.75612.75 CATTLE Good to choice steers ....... .$20.00ff?24. 00 Medium to good steers ...... 16.00 ft 20.00 Common to medium steers ... 11.00tfil6.00 Good to choice heifers 18. OOiff 23.00 Medium to good heifers 16. OOfti 18.00 Common to medium helfens .. ll.OOWie.OO Good to choice cows 10.0011.50 Fair to good cows 9.50(3 10.00 Canners and cutters 7.00 10.00 Bulls 10.00 14.00 CALVES STEADY Choice to prime veal $23. 00U5 26.00 Commercial to good 13.00fc 21.00 Utility , ... 11.00 down LAMBS STEADY SHEEP STEADY Lambs $21.00 down Yearlings 10.00 down Slaughter sheep 5.00 down slow; INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Hogs .50O: lightweights steady except extreme top 25c lower: medium weight and heavies steady to 25c lower; choice 170-225 lb. $16.509 17.25; choice 225-250 lb. $15.75ftr 16.50; 250-300 lb. $15.00Ci 16.00; sows about steady; 300-600 lb. 13.50f 14.75; somo under 300 lb. quotable to $15.00. Cattle 2,200; calves 300, slaughter steers slow, about steady; with Monday's low close heifers not established; cows open Ing fairly active, strong; two loads choice steers $26.00(8 26.50; high good to choice steers and yearlings $23.50(5 25.00; few good heifers $20.00; utility and commercial cows $11,75114.00; canners and cutters $10,003: 11.50; vealers active, steady to Instances $1.00-higher at $24.0028.00; slaughter calves scarce. Sheep 200; native wooled slaughter iambs about steady at $20.50 22.00; slaughter ewes $4. 00 w 7.00. 320-375 lbs. $14.75015.25; most sows around 450 lbs. and lighter $14.25fri 15.00; bulk 450- 600 lbs. $13. 00U 14.50; good clearance. Salable cattle 6,000; salable calves 300; choice and prime steers choice, mostly steady. Instances strong; other grades slow, steady to weak; heifers uneven, mostly steady; cows and bulls active, steady to 25o higher; other classes steady: a few loads high choice to average prime 1.075- I. 200-lb. steers $23. 75'o 34.00; most choice grades $25.003 27.50; good to low choice $18.5024.50; a load of commercial 1,275-lb. steers $18.00; good to h'gh choice heifers $18. OOAi 25.00; commercial to low good $15.50C'i' 18.50 utility and commercial cows $11. 25( 13.75; canners and cutters $9.25(i II. 50; utility and commercial bulls $14.00Ci 16.25; good and choice vealers $24.00ii 30.00; cull to commercial $8.00w23.00; a few good and choice feeding steers and yearlings $19.00ii 22.75. Salable sheep 4,000; slaughter slow, large share of supply still to sell; early sales fully steady; slaughter sheep about steady: good to prime wooled lambs 110 lbs. down $21.00W22.50; load of choice and prime un der 100 lbs. $22.75; cull to low good lambs $12.0020.50; three decks choice and prime 110-lb. No. 1 skin shorn lambs $20.00: a few cull to choice slaughter ewes $6.00&8.50. CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGGS CHICAGO (AP Butter steady; receipts 1.540,115; wholesale buying prices un changed; 93 score AA) 57c; 92 A 57c 90 (B) 56ic; 89 (C) 56c; cars: SO B 564C: 89 (C) 65"60. Eggs steady to firm; recelnts 11.063: wnoiesaie Duying prices unchanged to V3c lower; U.S. large whites 44: mixed 44 mediums 43'-2c; U.S. standards 42c: dirties 4cc; cnecks 39'ac; current receipts 41 42c. CHICAGO POULTRY Chicago (API Live poultry steady: re ceipts in coops 303: f.o.b. prices unchanged heavy hens 22625Vic; light hens 15(&16c fryers and broilers 28f31c; old roosters uuii'tc; caponettes 34 36c. - "1 Leveling tables is . JL a cinch for John. a O "You trim th6 (Until you've got yourself a tray!) m At these dealers now! Alexander Drug Store 1314 East Memorial Drive City Drug Store 90S South Walnut College Pharmacy l70Lei,? ,acks;n Dalby's University Drugs - a 1625 University Haag Drug Store 1318 South Madison Hook Drug Stores Muncie, Ind. Medical Center Pharmacy 204 South Liberty Meyers Rexall Drugs 1?JYa,n!!tu5l?,,,l Muir Drug Store 209 South Walnut Owl Drug Stores . . . 200 S. Walnut 1424 S. Walnut Rotx West Side Drug 2728 West Jackson Walgreen's . 116 South Walnut Washington Street Pharmacy . . 414 West Washington ! But"14-K"saves the daytl Saves the day? Boy it sure does because this is your guarantee of BEER f AT ITS , f GOLDEN A . BEST! . Vj THt HL'DEPOHL BREWINS CO. CINCINNATI. 0, CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO UP) Salable hoes 11.000! mar. ktt slow early, later moderately active and uneven, but averaging around steady Lon butchers; sows steady, instances to 25c nigner on weights over 450 lbs.; most choice 190-220 lbs. S16.75S 17.50; choice No. . 1 and 2 grades scarce at $17.25 and $17.50; around double deck all choice No. l's at $17.75 a short deck $17.85; most 230-260 lbs. $16.00 16.75; a, tew choice No. 1 and 2's around 230 lbs. as high as $17.25; built 270-310 lbs. $15.25 16.00; bulk NEW YORK STOCKS Daily Prices as of 13 Noon Furnished by K. J. Brown and Co. " S07 Wysor Bldg Muncie . A A Ji . i Aircraft Bendix Aviation Boeing Airplane Co Curtiss-Wright Corp North American Aviation Sperry Corp Accessories Bortr-Warner (Com) Budd Co Eaton Manufacturing Co Electric Auto-Lite Co Stewart-Warner Building American Radiator and Stand. Celotex Johns-Manville National Gypsum (Com Owens-Illinois Glass (Com) . . . San I 'I I Hi 1 Chemicals Abbott Laboratories Allied Chemical Commercial Solvents , Dow Chemical DuPont Union Carbide Eleetrie Equipment General Electric 1 Westinghouse Electric Foods Armour '. Borden Co Clinton Foods ". Corn Products General Foods National Biscuit National Dairy Products Standard Brands Metals American Smelting Anaconda Copper ' Climax Molydenum Internatiosal Nickel Kennecott Copper ; Miscellaneous Allis-Chalmers American Airlines American Can Co American Tobaceo "B" Deere Co Continental Foundry and Mach. Co. Eastman Kodak Glidden Greyhound international Harvester National Cash Register "A" National Distilled Products Pepsi-Cola Co Procter and Gamble Pullman Corp Remington-Rand Rexall Drug sservei Scnenley Industries United Corp westinghouse Air Brake Motion Picture and Radio Admiral Avco Manufacturing Loew's, Inc Motorola Paramount Pictures Philco Corp Radio Corp. of America Raytheon Warner Bros Zenith Motors Chrysler Corp General Motors Corp American Motors Studebaker-Packard Corp Mutual funds . American Business Shares Affiliated Fund, Inc Commonwealth Investment Co Dividend Shares Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund .. Eaton & Howard Stock Fund Fidelity Fund Incorporated Investors Investment Co. of America Knickerbocker Fund Manhattan Bond Fund Mass. Investors Trust State Street Investments Television & Electronics Fund Wellington Fund Common Stock Fund Fully Administered Fund Electric Equipment' Tobacco Shares Oils Atlantic Refining J. Ohio Oil Co. Phillips Petroleum Pure Oil Sinclair Socony-Vecuum Oil Co Standard Oil of California Standard Oil of Indiana Standard Oil of New Jersey Standard Oil of Ohio Sun ray Oil Corp. . Texas Corp Railroads Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe .... Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Pacific Chesapeake and Ohio Illinois Central New York Central Northern Pacific Pennsvlvania '. Southern Railway Union Pacific '. Retail Trades Kroger Grocery ; . . . Montgomery Ward Penney, J. C , Sears-Roebulc Rubber Goodyear U.S. Rubber Steel Armco Bethlehem Steel National Steel Republic Steel U.S. Steel Youngstown Sheet and Tube Utilities American Tel. and Tel. Columbia Gas Commonwealth Edison , Consolidated Edison Indianapolis Power and Lite International Tel. and Tel. , Public Service of Indiana Southern Co , Western Union Central Ind. Gas Co North. Ind. Pub. Serv. Co. (Com.) . Central PublictTtility Indiana Gas and Water Co. Averages Industrials 412.69. 1.30. Rails 146.02. .33. Utilities 63.68. .06. Volume of sales 1,260,000. Ill 774 207'. 60 49Ts 37 183s 49i 38'. 22 V. S4H 29H S3 50'' US',. 230 44' i 97H 24 47 'i 3 81!. 16 65 m 86 74 77 434 383 40 46'. 53 654 633 im 24V4 41 64 s 35 40 69Mi 414 15 37H 42 W 214 194 83 . 70 a; 45. 84 74 24 7 32 29 7 20 49i 38 36 41V 20 V, 19H 89 70. 94; 11 H 12', 445 6.41 9 47 2.68 21.32 18.90 28.38 17.02 9.48 7.32 9.24 31.36 75.00 12.11 27.38 12.90 1044 8.22 4.33 38 72 74i 79 65 V, 55i 19 'a 47 11574 44sa 24 94 131V4 40'4 ay 48 633 34 76T: 24 7 75'a 14934 47'i 79H 90Vi 80 ss'v2 43 75 4 II6V4 63 87 14 79'4 81 4 179'4 164 40' '4 51H 24". 25Vs 394 l7s 92 17 255 I8V2 17 Select Issues Gain Support NEW YORK (INS) Special cor porate news sent a few shares hurtling out in front of a mostly firm and less, active stock market today. The favored shares chalked up rises ranging to four points. Move ment in the mass of stocks was limited to fractions. At the end of the first hour the Dow Jones industrial average was up 74 cents; the rails, up 24 cents and utilities up three cents. First hour turnover totaled 580,000 shares versus 690,000 shares yes terday. GENERAL ELECTRIC was an outstanding feature, skyrocketing four points to 55. News that, the company had developed a synthetic diamond touched off a buying scramble. Bath Iron Works rose 2 points to 49 on varying rumors, including one that another shipbuilding outfit was buying the stock and reports of an "atomic" project. Babcock and Wilcox continued to show unusual strength, up 2 points at 86 on reports of a new aircraft engine. Other features included Penn- Dixie-Cement, which jumped four points to 91 on a proposal to split its stock, before losing most of its gain under profit taking; National Supply up 1 at 46!.i; Westing house Air Brake up l at ii and Remington up 1 at 47. Fractional gains dotted suchj major sectors pf the list as steels,! rails, oils, buildings and motors. ) Aircrafts and chemicals were mixed. 1 A firm trend ran through the: American Stock Exchange. Treas ury bonds firmed. Corporate liens were steady. Coffee futures once again broke the daily trading limit of 200 points in mixed comodities. National Basketball TltSDAY'S SCHEDl'LE Boston vs Milwaukee at Buffalo. N.Y. Philadelphia vs Rochester at Buffalo, N.Y. (Only games scneauiecu. MONDAY'S KESILTS New York 92, Ft. Wayne 88. Svracuse 82. Milwaukee 81. Philadelphia 79, Rochester 72. (Only games scneouiecu. Muncie Press Crossword Puzzle Answer to Previous Songstress Puzzle ACROSS 57 Low sand hill 1,5 Radio singer," 58 Raced Clooney 8 City in New York 11 World s . 12 Reluctant 13 Plant (var.) 15 Beverage 16 Play the part of host 18 Note in Guido's scaie 19 Transposes (ab.) 20 Sphere 21 Rot flax oy exposure 22 Employers 25 Crafty 27 Seniors (ab.) 28 Possessive pronoun 30 Organ oi hearing 32 Radio singing is only ol her accomplishments 33 Arid .34 Bustle 37 Jewel 39 Thick 43 Sailor 44 Fish eggs 46 Above (poet.) 7 Scottish alder tree 48 Acquire knowledge 50 Light brown 51 Reports 53 Inflate 55 Short jackets 56 Petty malice DOWN 1 Wanderers 2 Oxidizing enzyme 3 Weight of India 4 Direction 5 Encounter 6 Brazilian macaw 7 Stair parts . 8Shouter 10 Fiddling Roman H A 3 H CORN T fc" 7T O L E O A, L A E A W l O E T Eg" R AETMER S l A "S" T S O W Alalo n o e js.,jO O R T I A A "p" O R E P E N E A R F O R V g"5" R EINS T E F A 2. Z. JiE. R ., j& AV R Cg I N eT J A N l E M OllM A 0 ET E P E NT" REVS srsie REoer n Eg 17 Bitter vetch 23 Greek letter 24 She likes to 26 Three feet 29 Soothsayer 31 Cereal grass 11 Put in a stable34 Indonesians of 49 Fiber knots 12 Aleut island Mindanao 52 Unit of weigh! 1 4 Consumes 35 Moved Quickly 54 Tear 36 Embellished 38 Extinct bird 40 Spotted 41 Not standing 42 Sea eagle 45 Ages 48 Unaspirateq nil i 5 6 7 8 ? fen pp ' "if 11 20 11 11 21 zr- p z 'is Z7 s-"s- EZZ18 WW gf 37 11 1 r Tr : FOUNTJEK FRANK Kentucky's capital, Frankfort, is named for Stephen Frank, pioneer, who was killed by Indians while camping near a ford of the Kentucky River at the city's site. Rites Not Completed , For James Harve Moore Funeral services are still incomplete for James Harve Moore, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moora Sr., of 220 Queen St., who died of a heart attack Monday at Wilman Lumber Co. in Hartford City where he was employed the past two months. Services will be arranged at Meeks Mortuary, pending the arrival of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brand, of 2004 S. Pershing Dr., who were vacationing in Florida at the time of his death. Mr. Moore and Jane F. Brand were married last November and moved to Hartford City recently. GAVE NAME TO CLOTH In the 19th century Charles Mackintosh established a plant in Scotland for the preparation of waterproof cloth, and thus gave his name to a type of garment now" widely used throughout the world. Sin riVirif "fin fii'ivmi i-A tv . a JIMMY DURANTE. NBC-TV star, says, "I just got a look at Ethel Merman's own story in the Post. It's Merm-marvelous! It's Merm-magnifkent! That little doll from Astoria with the trumpet in her throat has done it again! Don't miss a word of it. It's tre-Aferm-mendous!" 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