The Herald from Jasper, Indiana on January 18, 1973 · Page 14
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Page 14 The Dubois County DAILY HERALD, Jasper, Ind. Thursday, January 18, 1973 Foreign Stars Direct BYU Over Niagara, 93-83 By United Press International The two stars of the Brigham Young basketball team are Kresimir Cosic of Yugoslavia and Kaievi Sarkalahti of Finland, and without them the Cougars would certainly be hard-pressed to come up with a winning season. Take Wednesday night for example. Cosic, a 6-foot-ll senior, scored 15 points, grabbed 19 rebounds, blocked seven shots and had a school record 12 assists as the Cougars whipped Niagara, 93*83. Sarkalahti also played a big part in the victory with 25 points. * The Cougars trailed, 44-40, at halftime but came out smoking in the second half and ran Niagara out of the gym Bill Anderson was the Cougars’ offensive sparkplug in the second half with 15 points, most of them coming off passes from Cosic. In other games, fourth-ranked North Carolina defeated Wake Garl Mitchell Now Barbering In The Birdseye Community Specializing in Long & Short Hair Styles OPEN Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 1 to 9 W1 to 6 — Sat., 8 to 5 Shop Located In Mike's Barber Shop Birdseye, Indiana Forest, 99-80, St. John’s beat Clemson, 87-59, Florida State topped Stetson, 84-67, Vanderbilt downed Mississippi, 59-49, and Louisville nipped Dayton, 74-73. Freshman Mitch Kupchak scored 24 points, 16 of them in the second half, to spark North Carolina to its 14th victory in 15 starts. St. John’s led Clemson by just one point, 29-28, at halftime but forced 21 turnovers in the second half and won easily. Florida State trailed, 40-36, at halftime but switched to a zone defense in the second half and completely bewildered Stetson. Stetson stayed close until 10 minutes remained in the game when the Seminóles began pulling away. Vanderbilt held Mississippi scoreless in the final seven minutes to overcome a five- point deficit and defeat the Rebels. The Commodores ran off 15 straight points in that stretch. Louisville, led by Bill Butler’s 20 points, withstood a furious closing rally by Dayton to edge the Flyers. The Cardinals led by five points, 74-69, with only 48 seconds to play, but Dayton scored twice in the final seconds to throw a scare into Louisville Elsewhere, Notre Dame beat Pittsburgh, 85-76, in overtime, Cincinnati downed Toledo, 8678, Marshall whipped Miami (O.), 90-70, Fordham beat Seton Hall, 96-78, and Wisconsin- Milwaukee upset Manhattan, 81’ 77.______________ CLARKE NAMED CAPTAIN PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Star center Bobby Clarke has been named captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, who said that he becomes the youngest player in National Hockey League history to hold that distinction. Clarke, although 23, is the leader of the Flyers on the ice and last season scored 35 goals and 81 points. Boyd Batts Blazers Host Lakeland At Jasper Friday The Vincennes University Trailhlazers, defending national champions of Junior College Basketball, will play host to Lakeland Community College of Ohio Friday night in a regular season game at the Jasper High School gym. The game is being played at Jasper in association with the Vincennes University Jasper Center and the J-Club of Jasper High school. The Trailblazers of Coach Allen Bradfield have won the national title three times and for the last eight years have been the top junior college cage team in the nation. TTiey are 14-2 for the year and are presently ranked number two in the nation according to the United Press International ratings. A year ago the Blazers compiled a 33-0 record en route to the title. Vincennes will play host to Southwestern Michigan tonight at Beless Gym at Vincennes. The game will be televised live on WVUT-TV. Channel 22 (Channel 13 on the cable in Jasper and Huhtingburg). Last Saturday the Trailblazers defeated Robert Morris of Pennsylvania, 76-61, in a key game at Pittsburgh. All five starters for Vincennes are averaging in double figures. Phil Spence -Harold Miles Dave Edmonds Phil Spence, a 6-« freshman from Raleigh, N.C., tops the list with an 18.1 average. Next in line is Eartha Faust, a 6-3 senior from Inskter, Michigan, carrying an average of 16 points per outing. Another Blazer starter is Boyd Batts, a talented 6-8 freshman from Thomridge High School in Dolton, 111. Batts, a high school teammate of Indiana’s celebrated Quinn Buckner, has been averaging 14.4 per game. Rounding out the starting five for V.U. are Hardd Miles, a 6-3 senior from Evansville North (13.8) and Dave Edmonds, a 6-3 senior from Bryant High School in New York City M 'ium ¡mi, I • ^ Eartha Faust (10.4). Top reserves for the Blazers are Mike Darrett, a 6-3 senior from Evansville Bosse and big Mel Hughlette, a 6-8 freshman from Central High School in Carbondale, HI. Friday’s game is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. It will be preceded by special preliminary games featuring the Jasper sixth grade teams. Advance tickets are now on sale. Priced at $1.50 for adults and 50 cents for students, tickets are available from any member of the J-Club of Jasper High School and at the JHS athletic office. Box Score WINSLOW (73) FG FT PF TP Elliott .............................................18 5 3 41 Ra. Bailey........................................2 0 1 4 Barr...................................................1 3 4 5 Ro. Bailey.......................................0 0 1 0 Smith.................................................0 1 3 1 English.............................................1 1 3 3 Bums.................................................6 0 1 12 Brewster.........................................3 0 3 6 Boyd .................................................0 1 1 1 Totab .........................................31 11 21 73 OTWELL (49) FG FT PF TP Hayes ...............................................0 0 3 0 Teague.............................................2 0 2 4 Popp ...............................................1 0 1 2 T. Uppencamp................................0 0 0 0 Welsman.........................................6 9 1 21 Morris...............................................2 2 1 6 Garris...............................................6 2 3 14 Sorgius.............................................0 0 2 0 Hill.....................................................0 0 1 0 R. Uppencamp................................1 0 2 2 Totals .........................................li 13 ll 49 Score by Quarters: Winslow 13 36 52 73 Otwell 8 26 34 49 Preliminary: Winslow 34 Otwell 32 (ot) Officials: Winlnger and Hobson Dubois Frosh Beaten By Single Point English edged Dubois, 3231, Wednesday night in a freshman basketball game at the English gym. The Raider yearlings led at all stops, but Dubois hung close and came within an eyelash of pulling out the victory. Joey Nigg topped the Dubois scoring with 15 while Campbell had 10 for English. Dubois, now 2-6 for the year, will see action again Saturday in a freshman tournament at Forest Park. Other teams competing in the tourney are Winslow and Otwell. Dubois 7 17 24 31 English 8 20 28 32 PLAYER REASSIGNED DETROIT (UPI) — Serge Lajeunesse, a reserve defense- man who had only one assist in 25 games with Detroit this season, has been assigned by the Red Wings to their American Hockey League affiliate at Virginia. « January (Clearance Savings f For Men ... Coat Style, Slipover, Crew & V-Neck Sleeveless V-Neck & U-Neck — Small to XX large I For Boys... 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Nights Till 8 - Tues.-Thurs.-Sat. fill 5:30 Big Eskimos Deal Otwell 12th Defeat The Winslow Eskimos, led by the classy Gary Eliott, defeated the Otwell Millers, 73-49, Wednesday night at the Petersburg gym. The loss was the 12th of the season against two wins for the Millers. For Winslow it was win No. 12 in 13 outings. The Eskimos have lost only to Vincennes Rivet (67-64). 'Hianks to an 18 point second quarter, the Millers, playing without the services erf freshman Dave Barrett, managed to stay within striking range during the first half. TTiey trailed by 13-8 at the first stop and by 36-26 at halftime. But the visitors went to work in the third quarter outscoring Otwell 16-« and pulled out of sight. Barrett, OtweU’s leading scorer with an average just under 10 points a game, was out of action with the flu. Elliott stole the show Wednesday night. The 6-6 senior tossed in 41 points to lead the Eskies to victory. His total included 18 field goals, the total number of field goals scored by the entire Otwell team. Teammate Doug Burns was also in double figures with 12. Denny We ism an turned in a solid performance for Otwell. The 6-2 senior scored 21 points on six field goals and nine free throws and pulled down 13 rebounds in a losing cause. Wes Garris chipped in with 14 pom is. Winslow won a thriller in the preliminary game, 34-32 in overtime. Otwell, now 2-12, will play again Jan. 27 at home against the Owens- viile Kickapoos. Winslow, now 121, will visit Petersburg Friday night.

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