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PAGE 4 ' TBS TIPTON DAILY TUBUNI • FRI. FEBRUARY 23> 1162 Tipton Jackson Cehfral Win At Celtics Near Division Title By United Press International The magic number for the Boston Celtics' clinching of a sixth consecutive Eastern Division title in the National Basketball Association is down to six. The Celtics - moved to within easy shooting distance. of their target Thursday night when they whipped the Syracuse Nationals, 134-106, before 3.00G fans at rrovi- dence, R.I. Any combination of Celtic victories and hiiuaaelphia Warriors' losses totaling "six" will clinch for Boston. Bob Cloudy scored 32 ponts and Bill Russell pulled down 36 rebounds t opace the Celtcs, who had a 78-61 lead at halftime. Johnny Kerr tallied 26 points for the Nationals. ' Wilt Chamberlain scored 61 points to lead the Warriors to a 139-121 triumph over the St. Louis Hawks, and the Los Angeles Lakers shaded the New York Knickerbockers, 118-116, in other Thursday night games. Chamucnain made 21 field goals and 19 of a league record 34 free throw attempts in amassing his point total. Paul Arizin added 31 points for the Warriors and Cliff Hagan had 37 ior .the Hawks. Frank Selvy scored eight points in succession, beginning with 4:20 to go, to lead the Lakers to their triumph over the Knicks. Willie Naulls and Richie Guerin each had 32 points for. New York. The standings: Eastern Division W.-L. Pet. Boston 49 18 .731 Philadelphia 44 27 .620 Syracuse 34 34 .500 New York 24 42 .364 Western Division Los Angeles 46 22 .676 inc-innati 37 33 .529 Detroit 33 34 .493 St. Louis 24 44 .353 ihicago 15 52 .224 Old-Timer Loses Five Tourney Picks Thursday Five of the old-timer's sectional picks were victims in Thursday's JHSAA firing. Auburn was nudged by Angola, 57 to 56. New Albany fell to the host school, J eifersonville. Winamac found host trouble at Knox. Rocncstcr, a two-time winner over Plymouth, couldn't do it the third lime. All these- first four were losses to the home team. New Cabtle couldn't make it at home, and was tripped up by Spiceland. Twenty-five selections came through Thursday. The old-timer hopes ior as good luck Friday and Saturday. ENTERS TRACK MEET LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Willis O. Hunter, selections committee chairman of the 22nd annual Coliseum Relays to be staged May 18, announced Thursday that Livio Bergruti of Italy, the 1960 Olympic 200-meter champion, has accepted an invitation to compete. SPORTS PARADE (Res. U .S. P»t. Off.) By OSCAR FRALEY United Press International WEST PALM BEACH, Fla, (UPI) — The dream he left in the dust at Yankee Stadium two years ago still burns bright inside the stubby blond man -named Ed Lopat. ' For several years, while garrulous Casey Stengel . bossed the bench of the New York Yankees, Lopat and husky Ralph Houk ran head and head for the opening that eventually had to come. When the axe fell, Houk was named to the job and Lopat took his walk in the angry wake of the old professor. . "That's all water under the bridge," Lopat shrugs it off. "But naturally I still want to become a manager or I wouldn't still be around." The bitterness of his disappointment never swerved him from, or robbed him of, his ambition. Starts At Richmond Lopat, the one-time '.'junk man" of the Yankee pitching staff, began his studied training after he hung up his glove in 1955. Three years he managed the Yankee farpi. at Richmond, moved up in 1959 to pitching advisor of the Yankee system and in 1960 served as pitching coach in Casey's final season. "Then," he says, "I left with Stengel and George Weiss." The two others now are with the New York Mets, who help fill out the National League to a 10- team circuit this season. Lopat hooked on with Minnesota last season and now is back with his old playmate, Hank Bauer, as pitching coach of the Kansas City A's. Along with his knowledge, Lopat brought a new enthusiasm. "The owners spent more than $550,000 for young talent," he said. "That's more than the previous owners spent in six years. These people are real go-getters, and that's one of the reasons I came over to them. We're building for the future and we're not fooling around." Guides Young Talent How the A's do, and how fast they progress, will depend to a great extent on Lopat. Because, as he admits, "pitching is 75 per cent of this game." And what delights Eddie is that he has a horde of youngsters with whom to work instead of facing the task of changing the losing habits of time-worn and travel-stained toss- ers. "We have 25 pitchers on the squad and 20 of them are in then- low 20s," he enthused. "They're a lot easier. to work with. They don't have the bad habits to break. The older fellows require a selling job and it takes too long to get any results, if you do." . Like back there at Richmond, and two years ago with the Yankees, Lopat- is in there pitching. A good job with the A's and the old dream still could come true. Advertise In The Tribune Ligon Too Big For Dragons Performing very creditably, the Windfall Dragons had a Wildcat by the tail for about three minutes, but after an 8- all tie and a 12-17 first quarter, fell before Kokomo's state champs, 31 to.74. The combination of outside snooting by Eisert and Burt, and Goose Lieon under the. basket was too much for David Jones' game crew. Through the first quarter Windfall made the champs look bad. Ligon was withdrawn after early ineffectiveness and the commission of two fouls, but played the entire last half and emerged the high point man with 22. All the Dragons played well, but the floor play of Harold Blaylock, Jerry Hiatt and Gerry Campbell was outstanding. Windfall scoring: H. Blaylock, 5, Gerry Campbell 5, Hiatt 9, Jones 3, Patterson 3, Yundt 6. Kokomo scoring: Burt 12. Cox 5,Eisert 14, Hankins 6, Hawkins 9, Ligon 22, Trueblood 6. The score was 33-18 at the half, and 49-26 after three quarters. The slightly taller Western team, backed by a keyed-up fan section, surprised Eastern, which had handed it two season defeats, and capitalized on Comet errors to win, 62 to 58. Delphi had trouble with Camden, trailing at the ; quarter 17-18, and at the (hilf, 30-33, but managed a five point, margin in the third quarter and held it to the end. On top 51-46 at the three-quarter mark. Delphi won 62 to 57. Maris May Pack Bags and Return Home as Holdout FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI)—Roger Maris, the man who topped Babe Ruth's 60 homers in one season, may be taking a "Rutman waykout" on the New York Yankees in the next few days. • Indications here Thursday night were that salary negotiations between Maris and general manager Roy Harney fcad reached an explosive stage and that the new home run king is'ready to pack his bags and -return home if he doesn't reach a salary agreement on Feb. 28. . Maris is understood to be demanding between $75,000 and $80,000 while the Yankees are standing fast at an offer between $60,000 and $67,000. Maris earned about $38,000 in 1961, after winning the i960 American League most valuable player award in his first season with the Yankees. The Yankees are insisting that Maris accept the club policy of gradual but steady increases for its stars. Maris is maintaining that he should be. paid strictly in accordance with his performance of the 1961 season. Murray, Core Scoring leaders In Openings SCORES RECORD GOAL ST. PAUL (UPI)—Jim Sobtzak, playing for Coleraine, Minn., in the Minnesota state high school hockey tournament, scored a record 140-foot goal Thursday as his team beat. Minneapolis Washburn, 5-2. This announcement is neither ah offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. This offer is made only by the prospectus. New Issue " February, 1962 500,000 Shares of the Beneficial Interest of • • Equitable Real Estate Investment Trust (A Real Estate Investment Trust formed under the laws of Indiana) Price — ?10 Share . Anticipated Dividend - - - - - 6Vi% These securities are being offered for purpose of carrying on a business, of A Real Estate Investment Trust as provided by Sections 856-858 of the Internal Revenue Code. = If you would like a Prospectus just fill in coupon below and send to: Equitable Real Estate Investment Trust P. O. Box 633, Kokomo, Indiana Please send me additional information on Equitable Real Estate Investment Trust Name :— '. . i_ ———— . Address . . • ——-— An- injury-riddled [Fishers .team' stole the' show last' night, in the opening round of the 1962 Catimel Sectional as tourney jitters affected the performance of most of die players in the opening night of action.- After Tipton had built up a 13 point marEin with two minutes to go in the third quarter and coasted the rest of the-way lor a 62-51 triumph over Sheridan in the.opening game,. Fishers took the floor against Jackson Central in the nightcap, minus ,the services of starting guard and double-figure scorer Jerry Cummings who had broken his arm in practice. The Eagles at times appeared on the verge of breaking tnat contest wide open but never could get the job done against a game, scrappy Tig' er team that fought back from a 42-29 third period deficit to close the igap to only two points with two minutes to go. One of the reserve guards got into foul trouble however and Ronnie Ackles sewed the victory up from the foul line to end Fisher's hopes with a 59-54 Jackson Central victory. Officiating Loose Officiatine throughout both games was not ivlnat one epexets of Sectional referees with many foul going uncalled, and soune dOnnyorooks may be in the making if the calls don't get tighter before the tourney's end. Tipton was never in any trouble, taking a' 17-10 first .quarter lead against coach Dale McKee's Black- hawks with both the Devils and Sheridan missing a lot of shots. Tipton was 7 for 17 in the opening quarter while Shendan hit omy four of 16. with Wally Murray getting only one 'bucket in five field foal attempts and blowing three of four at the foul line in that opening stanza. Dick Mcintosh with two of two and Jim Long'with two of three were the bes,t marksmen for the Devils while Sheridan got one bucket apiece from John Hines, Tom Moore, Mike Baker and Mike Grinstead. Shooting Steps Up The Blackhawks sharpened their shooting in the second quarter with eight of 16 field goals and four of five at the foul line, but Murray hit six of ten tries in the quarter and Mike Baker,' Mcintosh and reserve guard Harvey Harmon added buckets to give ithe Devils a 9 for 20 average in the period and Tipton left the floor at halftime leading 36-30. Returning to the floor, Mcintosh hit two in as many tries in the third quarter, Baker connected on his only attempt, Ben Hobbs bit one of three and Murray 2 of 4 for a six of 12 record by the Devils in the period and as the quarter closed Tipton held a 12-point 49-37 iadyan- tage. Counters Zone Sheridan shifted into a zone defense in the last two minutes of the quarter and coach Barr put his team into a ball-control game to counter the zone. The rest of the way .the scoring was about even. The Blackhawks got three field goals from Grinstead in the final quarter, but it took him 12 shou.' to get them and .the Sheridan senior wound up his career with an 18 point production tiiat required 29 shots to get nine fielders. . Foul shooting, particularly for Tipton, was far from efficient. The Devils hit only 6 of 13 attempts. Sheridan was 13 of 22 at Ithe foul lice which made net final score closer than the game actually was. All See Action Mike Baker pulled in 19 rebounds for Tipton while Murray bettered his season scoring average by hit- tine u of 23 shots for 23 points and the game's top point production. Baker fouled out. and Jim Rice who took his place, did a capable job on the boards during the time he was in action. . • During the final mruutes coach Barr cleared his bench and all of the Sectional squad got into action, seven boys breaking into the scoring. For Tipton it was Murray with 11 of 23, BUly Coe one of one, Ben Hobbs 2 of 12. Mike Baker 5 of 10, Jim Rice 0 for 1, Dick Mcintosh 6 of 10, Jim Long 2 of 6 and Harvey Harmon 1 of 3. Sheridan was 3 of 9 from Hines, 2 of 9 from Walser. 4 of 13 from Moore 1 of 2 from Baker and 9 of 29 from Grinstead. _ Until the final period, Fishers appeared outclassed in its game with Jackson Central. Ackles, the J-C high point man all season hit only one field goal in the same and wound up with nine points after making good on seven free throws, but bis scoring slack was compensated for ' by sophomore center Charlie Core who bit 10 field goals and three free throws for a 23 point night. Both Fishers and Jackson Central, played hustling ball but in the long.run it was the teamwork of Ackles and Core which paid off at the finish. Tonight Noblesville meets Walnut Grove in the first game and Carmel tangles with Westfield in the second ult. me. box scores:; * Tipton FG FT Pts Murray- - -11 1 23 Coe — . 1 0 2 Hobbs ..1—2 1 5 Baker —- 5 2 12 Rice --—0 0 0 VanHorn „. : 0 0 0 Mcintosh — ———J --6 "l 13 Gossard L_ 0 0 0 Long . : 2 1 5 Harmon - — 1 0 2 TOTALS —. .—28 6 62 Shtridan FG FT Pts Hines -J 3 3 9 Mundy . —0 1 1 Walser - „ _.L 2 4 8 Moore -—-—4 3 11 Baker .——;—! 1 2 .4 Grinstead 9 0 18 TOTALS - :—19 13 51 Score by quarters: Tipton —— 17-1943-13-62 Sheridan — —10-20 - 7 - 14 "! 51 Jackson Central ! FG FT f tsJ Ackles . 1 7 •' 9"! Knapp 1—3 0 6 Yeary — - L- 0 .0 0 Core .-. - i -10 3 23 •Browning L —---3 4 10 Guenther . ; _„L— -.0 0 0 Deakyne - --4 3 11 Hampton—. — 0 0 0 TOTALS i -21 17 59 Fishers ! FG FT Pts Fetters i. —-6 1 13 Dodd - .2 0 4 Stone L- —1 O 2 Shenck _i '- 1 2 4 Crickmore i—— 1 w 2 Russell. —! —4 5 13 Glover J—— 2 3.7 BoWen -J 4 .1 9 TOTALS -' ! —21 12 54 Score by quarters: Jackson Central 1.-11-12-1247—59 Fishers - i—- 842 9-25—54 RIDES THREE WINNERS HOT SPRINGS, Ark. <UPI)— Larry Spraker rode three winners at Oaklawn' Thursday, scoring aboard Sign On ($6.60) in the third, Buckley Woods ($23.60) in the sixth and Deemster ($12.00) in, the feature seventh. OPEN BASEBALL SEASON BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI)—The University of California defeated the University of San Francisco, 8-5, Thursday in its opening game of the collegiate baseball season. We deliver printing : • •, . • . 1 ' right on the dot! Our delivery promises are made to be kept- We have the capacity to take rush jobs (big or small) right in our stride. We can produce yoiuvwork FAST.., without sacrificing quality! Our prices are right. [ You name it, we print it RIGHTI Gat our quo- tatlons on anything •. from simple business' cards to alaborat* cata. logs. ... In Tourney Play By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Prass - International INDIANAPOLIS <UPI — Two days and 256 games after the start of Indiana 's 52nd annual high school basketball -tourney, they were still looking for a giant- killer* today. ' None of the eight ranking quintets in action Wednesday and Thursday was extended, and those seeing action in today's-148-game schedule also were not expected to rim into trouble. But today is "Black. Friday," frequently a troublesome tormen- or in the Hoosier Madness and some hectic battles were exepcted as the field jockeyed for sectional semi-final positions. . However, three of last year's state 1 finalists, headed by defending champion Kokomo;- advanced to the semis Thursday night in easy fashion. The fourth, 1961 run- nerup Indianapolis Manual, opened this afternoon against Greenfield at Southport. Top-rated Kokomo, beaten only once during the season, outclassed little Windfall, 74-31, for its 20th victory. The Wildcats led 33-18 at the half. Jim (Goose) Ligon, as usual, lead the champs with 22 points to their 17th consecutive victory. •" | Tall City Wins Tell City, No. 9, also brought its record to 20-1 and its winning streak to 18 by snowing under Chrisitney, 9G41. unner Wyman's boys piled up a big score despite the fact the subs played the second half. Logansport, the 'third 1961 finalist sitting pretty at least until. Saturday, dusted off Kewanna^ 69-41. Fourth-rated Lafayette and 10th- ranked Evans ville Rex Mundi are the last members; of the United Press International coaches' board "Big 10" to hit the tourney trail. Lafayette goes against . Montmorenci tonight, j Rex Mundi against city foe Central. Unbeaten Madison, No. 3, made it 19 in a row by smothering Dupont, . 83-35, behind Larry Humes' 26 points. j The Cubs. are also idle until Saturday. - Other - games involving ranking- teams included Attacks - Broad Ripple at Indianapolis this afternoon and tonight, Bosse meets Reitz at Evansville, -Froebel tangles with Mann at Gary, and host SouthpVrt with New Palestine. Four Champs Out Only four defending sectional champs were ousted Thursday, making a total of seven eliminated in two days. Fort' Wayne South, also a two-time state champ, couldn't make it two in a row this season over Elmhurst and lost, 51-42. Haubstadt was. beaten by Fort Branch at Princeton, 5947; Cambridge City by Centerville at Richmond, 63-45, and North Vernon by Jackson at Greensburg, 72-61. New Castle was the only other ex-champ to get dumped, but the Trojans' 48-46 loss to Spiceland on their home floor and Hammond's 57-46 loss to Whiting at East Chicago were upsets of regional proportion. Hammond had beaten Whiting in the West NIHSC, 78-59, but this time the Oilers led at all stops and held high-scoring John Serbin to 18 points. Gary Froebel 's West NIHSC champs, No. 6, clouted neighbor Edison, 91-43, to complete Thursday's sweep of ranking teams. Little Tunnelton ran its' perfect string to 22 by blasting Orleans at Bedford, 103-80, for the biggest score since the tourney opened. Sophomore Terry Hollars exploded for 40 points for the winners. Orleans finished with a sad 1-20 record. 1 Seeks 22nd Win North Caston. the other perfect team, can match Tunnelton's record by beating Beaver Dam at Peru tonight In another game at Kokomo, Eastern was upended by Western, 62-58. Eastern .had a 17-2 record. iRockcreek, which lost 19 in a row in a wmless season,-scored a (Continued en pa fa 4) Results of Sectionals INDIANA BASKETBALL By Unitad Prass International HIGH SCHOOL . Sectional Tourneys . At Adams Central ' Monmouth 65 Hartford Center 52 Berne 71 Pleasant Mills 54 At Anderson Anderson 88 Summitville 47 Pendleton 65 Elwood 54 At Angola Garrett 51 Hamilton 32 Butler 67 Fremont 65 At' Churubusco Ashley 57 Waterloo 54 Angola 57 Auburn 56 At Bedford Tunnelton 103 Orleans 80 Huron 79 Fayetteville 46 At Bhrffton Rockcreek 65 Jackson 52 Bluffton 72 Chester Center 60 At Boonville Millersburg 73 Elberfeld 53 Boonville 90 Lynnville 55 At Brownsburg - ' Clayton 64 North Salem 46 Plainfield Charlton 51 Lizton 44 At Carmel Tipton 62 Sheridan 51 Jackson Central 59 .Fishers 54 At Chesterton Portage 76 Mortan TWD. 57 Kouts 70 Wheeler 50 At Clay City Clay City 74 Coal City 70 Bowling Green 58 Cory—56 overtime . • At Clinton Clinton 56 Turkey Run 40 Cayuga 58 Montezuma 55 At Clinton'Central xJ Rossville 94 Lauramie Twp. 61 Clinton Prairie 88 Dayton 4: At Columbia City Syracuse 83 Milford 64. Claypool 61 Atwood 50 Columbia City 76 Larwill 58 At Columbus. Shelbyville 57 Hauser 55 Waldron 67-Southwestern 46 At Coniiersville Liberty 68 Fayette Central 43 Whitewater 69 Milton 50 At Covingotn Perrysyille 70 Veedersburg 55 Hills boro 53 Richland Twp 48 At Crawfordsville New Ross 94 Alamo 56 Darlington 56 Linden 46 At Easf Chicago Hammond 83 Crown Point 59 Whiting 67 Griffith 45 Hammond Morton 81 East Chicago Roosevelt 50 Whiting 57 Hammond 46 At Elkhart New Paris 68 Shipshewana-Scott 35 IMiddlebury 60 Nappanee 59 Baugo Twp.. 75 Millersburg 50 At Evansville Evansville Mater Dei 69 New Harmony 51 Evansville. North 61. Evansville . Memorial 46 At Fort Wayne Elmhurst 51 Fort Wayne South 24 .Monroeville 67 Harlan 60 Fort WayneTNorth 44 Huntertown 1 27 At Franklin Union Twp. 55 Clark Twp. 49 Franklin 63 Wliiteland 47 At Gary v Gary Roosevelt 78 Gary Wirt 55 Gary Mann 63 Merrillville 61 Gary Froebel 91 Gary Edison 43 At GreeencasHe Cloverdale 52 Reelsville Greencastle 54 Fillmore 44 At Greensburg Burney 75 New Point 45 Jackson Twp. 72 North Vernon 61 At Huntingburg St. Ferdinand 49 Holland 45. overtime „ Huntingburg 63 Otwell 48 At Huntington Huntington 75 Lancaster Twp. 58 Union Twp. 55 Lafayette Central 46 -' At Indianapolis 'Indianapolis Tech 80 Ben Davis 52 Indianauolis Cathedral 88 Indianan- apolis Arlington 52 Lawrence Central 66 Indiana Deaf School 58 At Jeffersonvilk*. ClarksviUe 58 Henryville 55 Jeffersonville 62 New Albany 61 overtime At Kendallvillo KendaUviUe 84 Wawaka 42 Rome City 66 Cromwell 58 Albion 78 LaGrange 62 (At KenHand' . Fowler 66 Otterbein 64 double oveiltime * •-• : ''. Oxford 57 Freeland Park 47 At Knox Knox 69 Winamac 66 overtime Leafherman-Morris FUNERAL HOME frmm I-141S Tiptoi North Judson 56 MedaryvuTe 54 ' At Kokomo Delphi 62 Camden 57 , Western 62 Eastern 58 Kokomo 74 Windfall 31 At Lafayette Lafayette Catholic 65 Battle Ground 54 West Lafayette 54 Southwestern 47 At Logansport South Caston 51 Tipton Twp. 43 Lucerne 42, Washington Twp. 36 Logansport 69 Kewanna 41 At Madison Madison 83 Dupont 35 Scottsburg 59 Southwestern 54 At Manchester Whites Institute 61 LaFontaine 58 Wabash 82 Urbana 51 At Marion Marion Bennett 56 Swayzee 51' Oak Hill 70 Mississinewa 53 ' At Martinsville Bloomington 76 ^Monrovia 59 Eminence 83 Morgantown 44 At Michigan City Rolling Prairie 71 Michigan City St. Mary's 57 Stiliwell 70 Union Mills 50 Hanna 74 Union Twp. 65 At Milan Holton 69 Batesville 63 Sunman 64 Milan 54 At Monon Reynolds 57 Francesville 43 Monon 59 Idaville 41 At Muncie Royerton 49 Muncie Burrie 44 Harrison Twp. 65 Selma 44 At New astle Middletown 67 Wilkinson 37 Spiceland 48 New Castle 46 At Peru Peru 71 North Miami 58 Bunker Hill 54 Akron 51 At Plymouth Rochester 59 Richland Center 52 Plymouth 70 Tyner 52 Borboun 73 Clver 63 Plymouth 56 Rochester 51 At Portland Redkey 64 Gray 51 Portland 87 Bryant 57 At Princeton Fort Branch 59 Haubstadt 7 , 'Princeton 63 Oakland City 58 At Renesslaer Remington 41 Brook 27 Rensselaer 70 Tefft 40 Wheatfield 72 DeMotte 70 At Richmond Richmond 101 Fountain City 57 Centerville 63 Cambridge City 45 At Rising Sun Aurora 82 Vevay 38 North Dearborn 63 Patriot 36 At Rushville Rushville 63 Charlottesville 50 Arlington 58 Morton Memorial 47 At Salem Marengo 32 Milltown 29 North Central 44 South Central 43 -At Seymour Vallonia 58 Freetown S3 Seymour 70 Cortland 39 Crothersville 50 Medora 47 At South Bend Mishawaka 63 Washington-Clay 52 North Liberty 61 Madison Twp. 58 South Bend Central 53 South Bend St. Joseph's 47 Mishawaka 75 North Liberty 56 At Southport New Palestine 30 Beech Grove 63 Franklin Central 65 Indianapolis Wood 57 Indianapolis Howe 94 Mount Camfort. 47 At Sullivan Hymera 43 Pleasantville 35 Carlisle 62 Oakland 35 At Switx City Midland 62 Switz City 59 double overtime Bloomfield 601 Ya M 53 Tell City Tell City N Christney 4f Cannelton 83 Bristow 44 At Terra Haute Terre Haute Garfield 66 Vigo 52 ,Honey Creek 49 Terre Haute Wiley 39 At Vincennes Fritchton 55 Sandbom 5 Decker Chaple 70 Edwardsport 62 At Washington (Continued en page U KIN SMLT. 117 N. 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