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SHPOTIN6. DEFENSE HITS SKIDS Coffer Turns Back T/ctf' Pace/// 47-36 By TOM KOECK WINONA, Minn, - A "flat" Pacelli basketball team dropped a 47-36 decision- to tall, rugged Cotter here Tuesday night and •Jong with It the chance to grab undisputed first place in the Ravoux Conference. controlling the boards and the fact I fectively to get the job done. They that Pacelli'* marksmanship was simply overpowered a Pacelll at a low ebb made the job that; team that couldn't afford the lux- much easier. Although the Shamrocks picked off a few defensive rebounds it was seldom they had more than one crack at the basket. If they The mediocre performance left missed, Cotter usually came up the Shamrocks with a 4-1 con- W jth the ball ' ference record, while Cotter, av- wh i] e not « clever team, Cotter ef- RAVOUX CONFERENCE W 1958 state Catholic title game, mov ed closer to the title with a 6-0 mark. This definitely wai not one ofj Paceili's good nighfc. j™ Shooting problems and a porous ? lict * d Heivr t •>'..•'•*'.'.'.'.~..z defense opened the door for Cotter and they were quick to pounce. A good height advantage and deft shooting put Cotter in charge from the start. They had no trouble Pet. ury of costly mistakes. "That was our worst game this season," Marty Crowe said after the contest. "The defense was flat and we committed too many mechanical errors. I've never seen a team miss so many easy shots." Pacelli never saw daylight as Dave Vail and Joe Kaczorowski gave Cotter * 4-0 s P read Ix>yoln St. Felix RESULTS TUESDAY Cotter 47, Pacelll 36 Lourdwi JT, MAIM an Jl GAMES FRIDAY Ixmrdcs at, PneMlt Cotter (it St. Felix Duluth Keeps Slate Clean With Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three of the top four teams in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference protected their records Tuesday night as the battle for league supremacy drew closer. Defending champion Duluth Branch kept the slate clean with a 76-70 victory over St. Mary's that gave the winners a -3-0 record. Concordia, idle Tuesday night, stayed on top with a 4-0 mark. St. John'a and Hamline had 3-1 records after the Johnnies beat Gustavus Adolphus 90-89 in overtime and the Pipers dropped Macalester 69-47. In the only other game played, Bemidji State beat Wahpeton Science of North Dakota 96-61. Tonight, Winona travels to Stout State and Mankato State plays at River Falls, Wis. Bill Mattson and Jon Sampson, with 21 and 20 points respectively, led Duluth's attack. St. Mary's, trailing most of the game, put on a splurge that tied the game 55- cottfT a o i.oooJBob Schottler, who tnllied more *™ithan half of Paceili's 36 points, ;4w; broke the ice with a free throw .-son .NTi The Shamrocks were down by • 167 j 10 points, 17-7, at the close of the ; first pc;'od and by the same mar- 'gain, 26-10, at halftime, i They made their best showing in the third period when they closed the gap to three points, 31-29, but the rally fell flat when Cotter, taking advantage of Paceili's loose defense, bounced back with eight straight points to ride out of danger. Rally Ices Test Cotter headed into the final period with a 39-30 spread and iced the cdntest midway in the fourth Cage Tickets at Premium tor State Test Only a very limited number of season tickets may be available for new applicants for the 47th annual state high school basketball tournament in Williams Arena, March 19, 20 and 21. Season tickets to the public are processed on a priority basis and application tickets will be mailed to individuals holding priority rights on of before Jan. 12. Priority rights expire on Jan. 31. Persons not holding priority rights may obtain application cards by applying to the Minnesota State High School League, 829 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis 3. Price of season tickets is $8 with a limit of four to priority holders and two for new applicants. In processing ticket requests, the" league first fills orders of persons holding priority rights in 1949 or prior to, then those who gained priority rights in 1950, 1951, etc., until the available supply is exhausted. Pairings have been determined for the first round March 19 with two afternoon games pitting Rerr '*.!_ jsi» * • I -.-—« B »*»*v,i? fjiviiiug ivc" 55 with 6V* minutes left. But Du-'gion 2 against Region 5 and Re- luth hit on a fast three point play that took the heat off. Dave Thies had 20 points for the losers. Norb Kowalkowski hit on a set Re S ion 3 vs - Region 4. gion One against Region 6. Completing the first round at night will be Region 7 vs. Region 8 and period when Bruce Hartert and Bob Cyert engineered another eight-point rally to give the Ramblers a 47-32 lead. Leon Zender and Gary Maschka contributed baskets in the closing minutes, but it was not enough to do any damage. Cotter had the uncanny habit of fnding the net with a variety of shots, They dropped seven of their first 10 shots to get off to a blazing start and- finished at 47 per cent with 21 buckets in 44 attempts. On the other "hand, Pacelli hit only 14 of 46 tries for 30 per cent. Hits 20 Points The Shamrocks added eight of nine free throws, while Cotter dropped five of 10 attempts. While Schottler was the main show for the visitors, Cotter finished with three in double figures. Dave Vail and Hartert set the pace with 13 apiece and Kaczorowski added 11. Despite the misfortune of missing several setup shots, Schottler collected 20 points. But he couldn't do it alone and he had little help from his teammates. Larry SCORE FOR SELVY —. Frank Selvy of the New York Knickerbockers leaps high to push in field goal against Syracuse Nationals in Madison Square Garden Tuesday night. Selvy tallied 20 points as Knicks topped Nars 118-108. At left are Richie Guerin (9) of the Knicks and Larry Costello (6) of the Nats. (AP Photofax) Hagan Does Fine Job Holding Down Baylor Those college basketball coaches | In a Philadelphia doubleheader, who have been bleating about the!the Boston Celts rolled over Gin- influence of the offensive-minded cinnati 100-95 and Detroit's Phil professionals on their players, I Jordon scored a lay-up in the last should have been at New York's 21 seconds to defeat Philadelphia losing streak for LeRoy and left them with a 3-2 conference mark. Grand Meadow (0-4) has dropped seven of eight games. The Grand Meadow B team won the preliminary game, 47-18. Hyland Stars as Hayfield Wins, 75 - 54 HAYFIELD, Minn. — Larry Hy- Hagan was given the job of plementing Bob Pettit's 38-point land counted 25 points and added guarding the Minneapolis Lakers' performance and 35 rebounds. some Sood rebounding to lead phenomenal rookie Elgin Baylor j Both were Garden records this Ha y fie 'd to a 75-54 non-confer- season. jence victory over Blooming Prai- Nats Coach Paul Seymour and rie here Tuesday night, the Knicks' Fuzzy Levane both Hayfield jumped off 24-15 at the protested officials of the opposing | ( 5 uarter > Dut the Blossoms, coach- 107-105. Madison Square Garden Tuesday night to watch Cliff Hagan of St. It was a one-two job for the ! Hawks, with Hagan's defense com- Cardinals Defeat Larks SOUTHLAND STANDINGS W L Pet. Elkton 4 0 1.000 Rose Creek 4 1 Adams ...............,,,,.4 1 LeRoy 3 2 CTlenvllle 0 3 Grand Meadow 0 4, Lyle ......... < .......... 0 4 RESULTS TUF.SttAY leRoy SI. Grand Meadow 46 GAMES FRIDAY Elkton at Adam* « Grand Meadow at Lyl« LeRoy at .800 .800 .600 ,000 .000 .000 LE ROY, Minn, -Rallying for 18 points In the final period, coach Rick Hubbard's LeRoy basketball team defeated Grand Meadow, 51-46, in a Southland Conference game here Tuesday night. The Cardinals did it on the free throw line where they dropped 14 and added two buckets to overhaul the Larks. For the game, LeRoy hit 23 of 42 free throws, while Grand Meadow made only four of 14 attempts. The Larks, coached by Bill Christopherson, moved in front 16- j 15 at the quarter and they held a 31-25 advantage at halftime. The lead held up during the third period, 40-33, but the Larks failed to hold off the late Cardinal rally. Jerry Grandau was the big gun for the winners with 16 points and Ron Leonard added 12. Jerry Simes collected 16 and Stejskal 12 for the losers. GET SIZEABLE VOTE 'Comeback' Honors Earned by Yankees By JACK HAND the comeback of the year in 1958 was made by the New York Yankees on the green turf of Milwaukee's County Stadium where they won the World Series. Trailing 3-1 after the fourth game, the Yanks scrambled back to win the fifth In New York and swept the last two in Milwaukee. Only the 1925 Pittsburgh Pirates ever had done this in the long history of best-of-seven World Series. The nation'* sports writers and sportscasters gave the Yanks a sizeable margin over the Pittsburgh Pirates in The Associated Press' annual year-end poll. The Louisiana State University football team was a distant third, closely pressed by Boston's Pete Runnels, who almost won the American League batting title, and Robin Roberts, who regained his pitching touch at Philadelphia. Of the 207 writ-en participating AUSTIN DAILY SPORTS PAGE 12 Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1959 Austin JC, Waldorf Game Reset Thursday A change has been made in the schedule for the Austin Junior College basketball team it was ' . . , . announced today by Harold (Red) The victory snapped a four-game Hlll i, nf ,- a . Mo L /,„„**, in the first game of a National Basketball Assn. doubleheader. Hagan held Baylor to 12 points, half his average, and scored 21 himself as the Hawks defeated Minneapolis 112-95. New York's Denches - clubs sitting on the teams' shot from 20 feet out to give St. John's its overtime victory over Gustavus. The Gusties held a 43-41 edge at halftime. Owen Wallin hit « big 34 points for Gustavus and D. L. Smith had 26. For St. John's Jake Muhvic was high with 25, Dick Breen 20 and Kowalkowski 19. Emmons Wins on Late Rally EMMONS, Minn. — Unable to was limited to two baskets, both coming in the fourth period, and lack Meyers counted only once. Play Again Friday Overall, John Nett's Ramblers have won seven and lost two, while the Shamrocks ride a 9-3 mark. Both Pacelli and Cotter face conference assignments Friday night. The Ramblers meet St. Fe- " '" °» Lee Hopfenspirger, with 25 i maintain a steady pace for four j NX, while Pacelli hosts Rochester points, led Hamline to its triumph 1 quarters, Glenville dropped a 34-1 Lourdes, 57-31 winner over Owatonna Marian last night. The Shamrock B team won the preliminary game, 31-23, behind over Macalester. The Pipers held! 32 non-conference basketball deci- a comfortable margin all the way. sion to Emmons ere Tuesday Bemidji had five men in double ~'~" figures in overwhelming Wahpeton Science. The North Dakotans had the game tied at 14-14 before Bemidji erupted. Cron/n Lone Concfic/afe for At Posf Morris Joel's 13 points. night. Coach Ed Stalker's quint, which! has failed to win a game in its last 36 starts, came close but it ^mur t '? *- 1>f lp was not good enough. |schottiW, r' '. ! '.'.'.','.',',','.'.\'% Glenville held a 12-5 lead at the ;L IttSChk!l . c '.'..'.'.'.\ o quarter and it was 19-14 at halftime. Emmons rallied back to Mc> ' cr8 ' « tie the score 24-24 at the three-i quarter mark and went in front in i v°i\* r - . c o Bchelct, i; 3 1 1 6 3 20 2 2 0 0 0 S 3 2 j Hartert, f Cyert. o . the final period. Neil Lang with eight points ,_ OIklt Roger Lee with seven sparked the \ xuczorowsk'i, g almost-successful Glenville drive.! 2 rvrtnrn /*m T „ , Ron Rasra "ssen collected 12 for 1 CHICAGO (AP) - Joe Cronin, Emmons. \^, . LL long identified with American i T he Glenville B team won the |W y koff TumS League baseball u a player, man-1 preliminary game, 38-25 ager and executive, today appeared a certainty to take over H 8 IK ft .0 l .fi i .4 0 .0 2 .S 1 3 0 1 0 11 second game, played under protest by both coaches. New Football Loop Appears Much Closer CINCINNATI (AP)-The American Conference, a nationwide football league of colleges which now are regarded as independents, is likely to come a lot closer to realization at this week's meetings of the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. and allied bodies. This conference, which has been under discussion for several would include about a Baylor made only five for 17 from the floor, rarely getting position for a good shot with the tenacious Hagan dogging him. Vern Mikkelsen's 17 points topped Min- dozen tennis from the East and the Pacific Coast, with Notre napolis. Mikkelsen's three point play whittled the Hawks lead to 49-40 just after the intermission but within 10 minutes Pettit and company had their biggest lead at 8161. Hagan, former Kentucky All • America, stuck so close to Baylor that the NBA freshman from Seattle rarely could get off a good shot. He fired 17 times but hit only on five and wound up with 12 points — half his season's average. Nurisnt Coach at Maryland Hastings, athletic director. Instead of playing Waldorf College at Forest City, Iowa, Saturday as was originally planned, the Blue Devils will travel to Waldorf Thursday night. This is the first test for Hal Cuff's quint since they dropped a 70-68 decision, to Hibbing JC here Saturday night. It is the second game against Waldorf and a victory will give Austin a clean sweep as they won the opener, 74-71. The Blue Devils carry a 3-4 record against the lowans. Following the Waldorf game, Austin resumes Southern Minnesota Jun- ed by Jim Poole, rallied back to tie the score 34-34 at halftime. But that was the end of the line as Virgil Gehring's quint moved out in the third period for a 5142 spread that held up the rest of the way, • Hyland had plenty of help scoring as Russ Bakkadahl added 18 and John'Graff 14. For Blooming Prairie, Dean Turner and John Milton each had 14 points, while Dale Renchin added 10. The Blossoms had trouble operating on the small Hayfield floor and the defense suffered when Tom H-r .li was lost on fouls in the third period. It was a bad night all around for Blooming Prairie as it marked the first loss for the B team, which dropped a 48-43 decision to the Viking reserves. It left them with an 8-1 record. It was the fourth setback in nine starts for Blooming and it snapped a two-game win streak. COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP)— Hayfield has won three and lost 6 VJ as league president at the end of the month. BRAND NEW MILWAUKEE - The Air Force Valley 2 Dame as the all-important mid-j Whether Maryland' football for-i five> die college. j tunes go up or down next fall, Discussions have ranged from j the fans are probably in for some hot to cold for some time, but the | surprises wich Coach Tom Nugent i breakup of the Pacific Coast Con-1 at the helm. ' ference has made the Big Four of California football and the Uni- The Florida State University SPR ING VALLEY, Minn. - J^ of Washington, closely a, ^ y S^™T^ £ _ . . I IPn «7lfM Mln T3a/>ifin nH /M.n. «..«:! J MWII, i,j, j;> an CA Coach Dick Kowles' spring Valley basketball team dropped a 50- lied 5r°"P. a vail- other affiliations. (i , At the moment there is no other ! Academy and Marquette met in|44 decision to Wykoff in a Dis- ! Potential members include nrlt/4nt& L _..__._ J WTTMI »• _ . ^ Qthlotisvt* fnw 41* A f!__L L; ___ it « ' ' Ci-ii if Krtn« Onli f _*...!_ VTXtT A n t ._ perimenter and a careful planner of plays. He led FSU to a 7-3 lowans Beat Rose Creek % STACYVILLE, Iowa •Cold ior College Conference action next week at Worthington JC. With the change in schedule, Cuff has stepped up practice in an effort to get his club back in stride. He was disappointed in losirig to Hibbing after the Blue Devils gained a healthy second half lead, but figured the club would bounce. No changes are planned in the lineup for the Waldorf game. Gordon Boike is slated to start at center with Jerry Nelson and Bill Grant at forwards and Larry Rensink and Roger Booher at guards. Rensink was the star of the Hibbing tussle, scoring 26 points and sparking the defense. Starting for Waldof, which is experiencing an up and 'down season, are Gary Sande and John Osbrink at forwards, George Jacobson or Harvey Anderson at center and Charles Lanstad and Kermit Urbain at guards. Others who will probably see action are Richard Obman, Tom Oswald, Dick Jenkins and Bruce Iverson of Waldorf and Dave Ryks, Don Slupe and Don Dimmel of the Blue Devils. Thursday's game begins at 8 p.m. In other Junior College action, Mankato Bethany competes in the Cameron, Okla., State College tournament Friday and Saturday, while Saturday night Concordia JC plays at Itasca, Virginia JC at Rochester and Worthington JC at Minneapolis Northwestern. Preps Will Attempt to Break Tie Games NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The nation's high schools and small colleges, considering adding to their rule books a professional rule, had authority today from the National Alliance Football Committee to experiment with in the poll, 65 put the Yanks first, 23 had them second and 20 more rated them third. The total of 253 points on a 3-3-1 basis compared to Pittsburgh's total of 159 points, including 31 firsts. The Yankees, who were runnen- up to LSU in the team-of-the-year balloting, found themselves in an unusual situation comeback winners. Normally, they are cast in the role of the heavily favored champs who are grinding some hapless opponent under their heels. Turley Sparks Drive Milwaukee's 1957 Series triumph and the Yanks woeful performance in the first four games of the '58 Series set up the comeback situation. Bob Turley started It when he shut out the Braves 7-0 in the fifth game. After a day for travel, the Yanks went back to Milwaukee where Turley came in to get the final out in the 10th after a brilliant relief job by Ryne Duren, All square now at .3-3 games, the Yanks finally broke up a tie game with a four-run blast in the eighth inning of the seventh game with Turley once more shining on relief. The job that earned Pittsburgh enough points to finish second was the Pirates' cellar-to-second rise in the National League under Manager Danny Murtaugh. LSU Draws Recognition LSU drew recognition as a comeback team, as well as the team of the year, because the 1957 football team had managed only a 5-5 season while the 1958 version was the No. 1 team in the, nation. LSU ended its regular season with a 10-0 record and added a Sugar Bowl victory over Clemson. A total of 18 first place votes and 79 points went to LSU. Runnels, traded to Boston by Washington last winter, finished second to teammate Ted Williams in the batting race, a fine comeback for a 30-year-old handyman. Runnels drew 12 firsts and 68 points. Roberts recovered his pitching skill for a 17-14 record with the Phila, winning seven firsts and 50 points, Hockey Team at Owatonna The Austin hockey team, beaten 9-5 by North Mankato in their last outing, hope to turn the tables on Owatonna tonight. The Merchants will be seeking their fourth victory in seven Southern Minnesota League starts at Owatonna. In the first meeting between the two teams, Austin won 8-7 in over- • time. Owatonna takes the ice without a victory in five starts. One other league game is on tap tonight as Rochester plays at Winona. This is the big one as the undisputed lead in the S-M race rides on the outcome. The Colts and Hornets share the lead each with 'four victories. methods of avoiding tie games ™- MAi?r. . u j , One game is slated Thursday The NAFC, governing body of | night as Owatonna plays at AJ- high schools and small colleges, i bert Lea. told their members to use either j Tonight's games at Owatonna the pros' sudden death playoffs or and Winona begin at 8 p m any other method of their choice ' and report back to the NAFC. Only one major rule change was * A ~ _. •* made at the closing meeting Tues- ' or ASSH. Teams Arrange Meeting VICTORY RIDE-Vander- goall in. day. Under the new rule, no penalty can move the ball more than half the distance to the offender's DALLAS (AP) - Plans were completed Tuesday for an Ameri- ... > in .i • ,. t «v.x,*u* w »» i/v/ f f jrnv/ii AII a j-fio- i « . 1 _. , . i ocaauu labl candidate to succeed Will Har- i athletics for the first time this trict One Conference game here < Southern California, UCLA, Stan Florida Stite' ridge who resigned last month aft- season wne >n a basketball game'Tuesday night. i ford> Califonii a and Washington 1 ' ' er serving as president for 27 was booked here. starts them *tb* v/i Miuj a. AJ.C icu E OU It) Hf-.1'l_ f »-» .« • • . . — . -v -. ....__ >Miiut.i- season last year, his sixth at'S« B f u Pped a | bilt's acting basketball coach _. . . J * «a*Afcu ai R4.RS nnn.nnnfamnni* k«M.. n lU_11 J- r-» r-1 . con-conference ican Assn. meeting scheduled Saturday and Sunday here and in d,fRoy SkinnS, ge , s WSS ' .MSJLTS £S£\** **' years The official announcement it expected Jan. 31 at a meeting of PERMANENT PLACE UNIVERISTY PARK, Fa. - conference title v / i re •»«•««•••*» **utjji. w*. *-** wi ww 111-51 a tc vernoen Athletics, representing 450 smaller East and possibly Notre Dame I happy to have him league club owners in New York, j Charley Speidel launched his 33rd 1 Spring Valley hopes to snap a and the Air Force Academy in I Agent's over-all coaching rec- second period, which ended 24-22, A n* A tfS*ttt*t **^IA 1*. «...,J_ J A_ _t l ! \ratlf* Ae 13nnn Ok«4_ it' _ " ' t IIO YTliHs41a iat*t«it stint I D1*n inrMlirlmrT fnilf irfinnn „ i Xt' : fs* H ll.** T_._ — i ,.,,,., , , cagers are Roge ter, but fell behind to say in the i e ff an H RIM ' A majority vote is needed to elect; y e » r a new president. \ coach. Harridge Tuesday said that Cronin, general manager of the Boston Red Sox, is the only candidate who has been invited before j a screening 'committee which will meet in Chicago Jan. 14. "If the conditions are right so far as Joe Cronin is concerned, he probably will be the man," said Harridge. In Boston, Cronin declined to comment until something definite has been settled. Perm State resiling two-game losing streak Frida, ! when they host Spring Grove. Johansson Must Wait Turn for Shot at Title By MURRAY ROSE middle territory. j or d, including four years at Vir- for the lowans. Such an alliance has been pro-'S' nia Military Institute and six at Stacyville, which controlled the! posed on several occasions but so| FSU is 53 wins, 45 losses and boards, held a 46-38 lead at the far, the colleges never have three tites. , three-quarter mark and kept in reached an agreement. Several' Victories will be welcomed at ; coir > ma nd the rest of the way. s r^ix^isar^r^ ^•i^rsr -^ - £l I f tlffon O rJn An* ^U n «^_ 1 f 11 . 11 : . . ••»» pu i rnororax) Colleges. Dallas meetings will be held Saturday and Fort Worth Sunday. Kentucky's Victory Streak Closed Out by Vanderbilt Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (API-Sweden's ; Ingemar Johansson is undefeated, Cronin, 52, a member of Base- the E^opean heavyweight cham-j ball'» Hall of Fame, started his plQn and universally recognized ! us," replied D'Amato. "We do ter met with him __ last November. serious interruption of academic What were Johansson's chances ; schedules, of getting a shot at Patterson? American League career as a as tne No< 1 challenger to world i not need Johansson shortstop with Washington in 1928. titleholder F1 °y d Patterson. But needs us. He remained with the Sena tors ! he .™ ay . b l . Ulird . in lme for a ': I" Stockholm, Johanssip said 1 Big Nille Basketball teams hit beeped as the Airplane Con- 'program Maryland ^^^^^^^^^^S By using air transportation. ^ 9 Tto fo^ T , . B J, » ON WISISS (and the only other rated team in'Ayersman to an 86-81 decision in New York «"'"« «™ lci be played without last year with a 4 and16 recordf' « I * A- I, J f A!, '°" s f rabl y hghter I acU ° n last night, had a scare but over George Washington, and iOIK ' ' ",m a , ana t> record. Ron Kraft poured m 17 points|today for Adolph Rupp, the Ken- survived - overcoming pesky Vir- Richmond topped The Citadel Nugent takes over from Tommy : for 'he Indians, while Ted Stitesi tuckv basketball baron who once ginia 73-68 in an Atlantic Coast'69-62. Mont, who resigned under pres- and Charley Kester each added lfiaid "a winning streak gets kinda', Conference match. Virginia, which Connecticut triggered by Jack 10 - i heay y to carrv around." | upset West Virginia last month for Rose's 20 points won its seventh The setback left Rose Creek with : Vanderbilt's Commodores eased one of its two victories in 11 starts -straight for a 10-1 rerord 73 5» a 4-4 record with all of the de-;^e burJ:i TU-SL'. •/ night, sh led the powerful Wolfpack 52-51 over Yankee Conference 'foe feats coming on the road. Bering top-ranked Kentucky's 16-, with nine minutes left, but State Maine. "Johansson is not imperative to R*ri s," relied ' " sure in December. Johansson Drop Cage Contests College Basketball year—if he gets the shot. through 1934 when he was traded to Boston for shortstop Lynn Lary and $250,000. He ended his playing days with the Red Sox while managing the team and finally was named general manager. Drake Cage Team to Moke Trip East , DBS MOINES W — The Drake basketball team will make a two-| land>s game trip to the East next season, ! and Henrv Crooper, as worthy it was announced Wednesday. f challengers. The Bulldogs will play strong' crack at Patterson's crown this he will not commit himself to'a ' the skids a S ainst non-conference : fight anywhere until he hears rivals Tuesday night. Niagara "0, Svracu&e 55 Connecticut 73, Maine 58 Dartmouth 52, Ya'.e 31 , The Stacyville B team won the, Same string of victories with a pulled it out behind the clutch """" "' ' ' r,,c A>i ,D . , 6 a»>»neie until ne hears *"« ua , , UB m. Vanderbilt 15 Kentucky 68 tus dAmato, Pattersons enig- from D'Amato whether he will or! Red Win ' a '' \V:-ina were the N. c. state 13. Virginia 68 matic manager, hinted today that will not get a fight with Patter-! guilty Parties and the double set- on"sV mft Tech Ml Georse WashUl a- his protege -«ay have a couple of: son. , back left Big Nine teams with a title fights this year before he | As for Patterson's schedule for 22 ' 14 record against non-conference preliminary game, 40-10. Rose Creek Trips Dexter Quint 46-24 Scores 22 Points Al Butler, the sophomore jmnp- gets around to Johansson. That 1959, Cus said: , teams. i*. if he ever gets around to tbe "With what I have in mind, Pat-' Farmington made it 7-1 for the hard-hitting Swede. Who the first two possibilities are, Cus wouldn't gay. He did say in answer to a question that fight takes place. terson may be in the 90 per cent season with a 37-31 victory over bracket (income tax bracket) before he gets to Johansson—if that he considered Johannson and Eng- of Brian London Wing. Both teams played ball control with Farmington leading 25-16 at . A&M «5 Texas Tech 68, Baylor 65 Southern Methodist 73, Texas 55 ^Rose Creek, sparked by L. Web- spurt midway in the first comfortably 75-66 decision that must rank as shooting of Lou Pucillo and Bob the top upset of the college bas-. MacGillivray. j ing-jack, flipped in 22 points as ketball season thus far. j Scattered conference play and a'Niagara bounced Syracuse 70.55 Only 5-5 before the game with handful of neighborhood matches ! despite a 24-point burst by the the team judged the nation's best,' rounded out the Tuesday program. ! Orange's Jon Cincebox And well- the Commodores reeled' off a 21-4 Rice's Gary Griffin whipped in' 'In-ashed Nntre Dame lost another SDLirfc mtf?wn v in f ho fiVcf half or\<4 fin/* nnini-n i« it i i in i ui • _«« •.. . . . * and five points in the last 12 seconds blowing a 19-point lead to drop its i-. to break a tie and upset Texas "ighth, this one 62-60 to Indiana ; A&M 70-75, throwing the South rival Butler.' That seemed to indicate two halftime and won the game fights. free throws, hitting 11 of 17 to" "Could be," said D'Amato. only three for 15 for the Wingers. ,9 iori We told Cui we didn't want to J»n Motzo with 11 and Tom later will meet <*• Y. that as Rlenmotid 69. The Citadel 62 Butler 62. Notre Dame 60 Xavier (Ohio) 85, Miami (Ohio) 79 (St. Loulfi) 69, Wayne .., „„, „ „ ,. ber and G. Bendtsen, Dexter, 46-24, in a City League' Monn^de 89, south-bakou sute fre^Shw cl^* ^^ ^ * , ^ Hemy ' S 29 P ° ints and 32 ' ^t Conference "race" in to" a "toy. "x"avrer""o7 Ohio, clobbered favors~-»^ L^^^rv 6 ^r = * srsmpfij ^•S^^L. **^x e ^ a oatou wee.ey.n^8,00,, r a n.^i^^* °7, ter h " ^P* 1 >°» f ^^ anoth ^ Southeastern Southern Methodist over Texas with an 85-79 triumph over Miami 'ouiuth w. St. Marys 70; We hh Pr t S ,, - . Conference team, Auburn, sand-;83-55 and Texas Tech rallied to of Ohio as Joe Vivlano hit 35 90. oust.*™ Adoiphu.: welter tallied 12 points and bagged Rupp & Co. by a single edge Baylor 68-65 in other SWC 1 points. | Bendtsen 11 for the winners, who point, 64-63 last Feb. 24 ; games I , . , D(i - -- -, „«„,. j had a 27-10 halftime spread. , Kentucky reeled off five straight ] Dartmouth, with George Ram- "" tbeunpres-1 Patterson going to fight first any-! LaCrosse Logan defeated Winona CQ W AS ICE ! ^-Anderson tallied 13 points. victories to close out last season ming netting 20 points opened its " """ 72-51, in the other game and held NEW YORK - Andv BitliBaiP °TI • i "IT'' • . ' sou as NCAA champions and, Ivy League campaign with a 52-51 a 39-10 advantage at halftime. of the hockey New Y k R- • P ai AusU)) Print- had tacked on 11 in a row this squeaker over Yale S'to ^ th^ert. ^^^ oTa^H? g ° If ' ^ Ve " S: -gle U ^S e at S^h S | S6 Nonh Carolina State, No. , in ! ^^"S a^"' pt (the weekly Associated Press Poll,formance by sophomore Bob "" W "° ** l ° wanburg 73. Grtauen 75 lhe to the Swede since the lat-'choice of order," replied Cus. Chuck Nelson's BARBER SHOP Z02 I. Mill—C«l| Hi 3-9875 Appointment Humbert Given

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