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12 Logansport Pharos-Tribune Monday Eve., March 14, 1949 M Open State Finals Jasper And Auburn Second Game Rivals Annua'l Hoosier Hardwood Classic Rplls Toward Its Climax Following Saturday's Sensational Semi- Brookston Ends Greatest Basket Season Final Action at Four Centers March 14—(UP)—Here are the puJrlngrs for r.:-::i Saturday's fonr-team finals of the 39th animal Indiana high s-VoI basketball championship at Oie Butler fleldhouse. 1:00 P.M.—South Bend Central \s. Madison, 2:15 P-M Jasper is. Auburn. SU5 P.M.—The tiro afternoon winners for the title. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — A glorious finish to tho 1948-49 Indiana high school basketball campaign was assured today ag South Bend Central and Madison, and Jasper and Auburn were lined up for Saturday's grand finale. Madison and Jasper were sllsht- ly favored to emerge victorious from the!. semi-final districts. Madison's Cubs turned the trick by dumping their arch-rivals from Lawrensceburg, 47 to 40, but Jasper had a rougher time, eking out a 50 to 49 victory over Bloomington. New Castle and Auburn were co- fevored in the Muncle session, and the battle between those two^titans •was just as close as that in Bloomington, with Auburn winning, 45 to 43. South Bend Central, lin- iilly, solved Frankfort's tight zone defense and put a halt to the Hot nouncEd today by Coach.Don Grain, grade ncliool athletic director. With a total of 95 youthful com-- Charley May Helps Purdue To Win Relay Local Athlete Places Third For Boilermakers in Seventy-Yard Sprint. With sprinter Charles May ot Logansport contributing to the point total, the Purdue indoor track — —» h "— Annual Riley Boxing And Wrestling Meet Will Be Held Wednesday And Friday Nights Pairings for Riley's 39 bosftri I due unlv«rslty uunter. and four of | lOO-pound—Tom Smith vs. Budr | Richard Hipster, and'58 wrestlers, who will conir! n |, b oy«. Reek'wHl ««rve a»'ref-| d y £<*«?•. 0«or*e Camp vs. Dick | SO-pound - Gordtn Crocker vs. pete in thf eleventh annual posing • ' ' | Conm Bob Wray v«. G«ne Harklns; I Jim Clark, Bop Llewellyn vs. Jim " •"•*• • I 100-pound novice —Frank Julian Hart, Dav« Smith vs. Don Peters; B|gge«t entry list- In thi boxing V a. B|l]y Adams, Paul Sager VB. | 90-pound — Billy Cox vs. .Billy and wrestling show at 7:15 o'clock Wednesday evening, were an'r division will vie for honors in the | To.m Go I try, 'Don Clawson vs. Ver-j Finks, Richard Gallaway vs, Bob 90-pound, lOOVpound open and ! non'Mils': 110-pound—Larry'Wood-j Bell, Ronnie Russow vs. Paul Rig- novice and 110-pound classes with ' ruff vs. Charles Douglass, Kenneth ! gle, Bob Hipsher vs. -Jinr Malott. p«titors matched on "consideration I six entered In each. Ten boys will ! James vs. Bill Bricker, Burt Galot weight, age and experience, «ev-i aeek the' 100-pound wrestling ; laghor vs. Jerry Benson. era! bouts will have to be run off j crown with eight lads fighting at j Dan Rush, Norman Apt and Jim during the day to cut down the j 90 pounds. large field. Finals will be staged I The bo::iug pairings follow: Friday' njglu, 'with both, program j j 60-pound novice —Harold Pago open to the public. For the first time in the history of tho event, Loganspbvt high school athletes will participate 'In the program. A boxing team is being trained by Coach Bob Faris to put on an exhibition. Another attraction ot Friday's final matches will be. the appear- squad won the team title in the university division ot the annual Illinois Tech relays Saturday. , The amazing Boilermaker*, who surprised vs. Billy Hart; 70-pound novice— Bill Black vs. Joe Warner, Bob Kslly vs. Bill Bolcchala; 60-pound —Tom Elzbeck vs. Fritz Bauer; 70- pound—Norman Page vs. Bob Leasure; 80-pound —Gordon Crocker I Hart drew first round byes. i The" wrestling pairings arc: 60-pound novica—John Reid vs. Dan Rush; 70-pound novice—Null 100-pound — George Camp vs. Richard Wilson, Don Glawson vs. Buddy Rogers, Dick Conn vs. Frank Julian, Francis Wilson vs. Bob Wray, Vernon Hile vs. Gone Harldus; HO-pound — Kenneth James vs. Paul Sager, Frank DiGenova VB, Joe Warner; Bill Woodruff vs. Tom Anderson; 120- Block vs. Bill Houck; SO-pound novice—Larry Sanders vs. Joe Klosling; 90-pound novice — Tom Rush vs, Charles McKinuey, Leo- vs. Jim Clark; 90-pound-Bob Bell d w ,, V s.'Steve Grauel; 60- VB, Bob Hipsher, Leonard Wilson i , _, , , _ . vs, Leroy McCartney, Dave Smith' ; pound-Tom- Elzbeck vs. Fritz vs. Jim Mallott. ! Bauer; 70-pound—Don Claweon vs. pound — Russell Collins- vs. Tom Adkins, Bill Foreman vs. Dick Derapsey; heavy weight — John Hatton vs. Don Clark, Hurt Gallagher, Norman Page, Arm DeGenova and Jack DeHaven drew first round byes. star-studded' field. Dogs' fifth state crown bid, 59 to earnec ; 4314 points'to cop one of 65- j the middle west's major track car-The Hotdogs were well on their | nlva i s . ^otre Dame finished second •way to a fifth state crown when they cut clown Hammond's Wildcats 47-35 in th« first stab gams of the afternoon- session. With the aid of a near perfect zone defense. 'Frankfort had racked up a 25-20 half time margin, "People's Choice" lose If observers and fans were disappointed, it was because none of the three "people's choice" quintets succeeded in upsetting the applecart and winning a berth on the "Big Four." South Bend Central blasted Brookston at Lafayette, 66 to 35, and Madison, after a slow start, steamrollered over Sumraltville, 63 to 3S. Jefferson put up the stiffest resistance of the trio but with 4S and Illinois third with 43. Other points scores were: Michigan, So; 'Missouri, 26; Northwestern, 22; Kansas State, 16 Wisconsin<> liVi: Marciuette, 11; Indian*. S Iowa, 6. May, a senior, ran the third leg ot the sprint medley as the Boilermakers finished third in the event. But for interference by a spectator,'the Purdue quartet may have fared better. Anchorman Lewis Blanchard had a lead of almost 10 yards when a spectator stepped on-the track and knocked him off balance. The Logansport athlete placed third in the 70 yard sprint, which was won by teammate, Harold Otner, sophomore Big Ten dash Bombers Vanquished In Semi Final Round Big, Bad Bears of South Bend Central Eliminate ^ White County Boys by 66-35 Count Brookston high school's greatest basketball season in th« history of the school cam« to an end Saturday afternoon in the second game of the semi-finals of the Indiana high school basketball tournament at Purdue Fieldhouse. South Bend Central's burly Bears overpowered the Bombers 6$ to 35. Brookston was just out-manned by a big team that had too much physical power and basket shooting for the Bombers. Brookston never gave up trying to make a ball game out of it but after the first few minutes when they almost caught the Bears at 10 to 8, the issue never was in doubt. In bowing' out Brookston's cagers had the satisfaction of knowing that they were whipped only by the team that went on to win the Lafayette semi-final and marched to the seject four of teams that will battle it out for the title next weekend. South Bend after disposing of the Bombers went vanquished Frankfort's Hot Dogs in the evening finale 59 to 55: South Bend's giant Negro cen-< Iy out of the hands of Referee C. j ter Eutee SMne was just too much j N. Phillips and Urepir* Jack j for the small Bombers- He used O'Neal and most o£ the breaki i own? relays March 26, May will compete in the dashes at the Cleveland relays Friday night. succumbed to Xew Castle's Tro- j c hanipion. Jans. 49 to 43. • As a ftnal tutleup f or Purdue's V/hen Bloomington wag ellminat- j nn y ' eel by Jasper, thanks to'Blll Lltcrt- field's off-balance, field«r\with 16 seconds to go. it deprived the finals oC Bobby Dobson—one of Ind- lai'.a's all-time great shotmaker*. . The six-foot-one senior guard tosard in 16 field goals and seven fi-cethrows in hi? two gemlrflnal fr-imos for 39 points to top semifinal scoring. South Bend Central's Entee Slune got 36 "points in the two semi-final battles, and John Toeppe of Frankfort was third wiuh 35. Mflfl'son Offense Tops Meanwhile, Madison monopolized the offensive statistics for the third straight week. In their seven tourney games, Coach Ray Eddy's boys droppcid in 430 points against 242 for their opposition and a per- game average ot nearly 61.5 points. They've licked their foes by nearly JO points a game. Jasper reached the "charmed circle" by the narrowest margin, fceatine eight opponents by an average of S-3 points. However, the Wildcats probably had the tough- esK road to the "state," having to South Bend Central i Has Three Bears In' First Ten Scorers J INDIANAPOLIS, March 14 CUP). —The 10 leading scorers in last Saturday's semi-final games for the 1!M9 Indiana high school basketball championship. .- OFRFtTp B. Dobson, Bloomlngtou 2 16 7 39 E. Shine, S. Bend Central 2 18 4 36 J. Toeppe, Frankfort ... 2 13 9 35 D. Monroe, Madison 2 12 9 33 J. Schoolev, Auburn ... 2 12 6 30 E. On-ill, Madison 2 13 2 2S R, Wcrtenbergcr. Auburn 2 12 3 27 A. Toth, S, Bend Central 2 12 2 28 T. Schultz, Jasper 2 10 6 26 D.-Deckard, S. B, Central 2 10 5 25 America records today with a. 51- Mikan Blasts Basket For Fifty-One Points George Mlkan of tho Minneapolis Lakers continued his relentless at- wade over Huntingburg's southern j tack on Basketball Association of conference champs ancl previously ' unbeaten Winslow in the sectionals, once-beaten Shelburn and Monroe City in the regionals, and then Bedford ancl Bloomlngton in the "Sweet Sixteen." Here arc the tourney records oE the "Big Four," paired oft for Saturday's pay-off games. G Tp Op Av, Op Av. Dif. SB Cen. V3 S 404 2S5 50.5 35.6 14.0 Madison . Jasper vs Auburn .. 7 4SO £42 63.4 34.6 26.8 SPORT PARADE NEW YORK, March 14—(UP) — The national Invitation basketball tournament gets under way today —regardless o£ the fact that four games were playod Saturday. That was just to. get. rid of the skim milk and leava the cream, proving at 'ths »anie time that i nothing is as provincial q.s a city | slicker. The four clubs kayoed in Saturday's shadow boxing were Manhattan, New York University, City College and St. John's. If you will 1 notice, all are from New Yoi-k and shouldn't have been Invited to standing- room in the firg ( t piano. Originally, this tournament had eight teams, selected annually by the metropolitan college bigwigs. They shoved two Ntw York teams into the tournament and. then, so there would be no hard feelinss, foisted two more on the public by Increasing the number of ttams in the tournament to 12. Now -the four New York teams have been eliminated In their first starts—and the .eight which should have been invited to begin with will go at it. The "guests" flir! a handsome Job on the city boys, although local pride even went so tar as to insist that the odds be kept within reason. Manhattan, a 4% point underdog, was whipped thoroughly by San Francisco—by 25 points. • N. Y. U.. rated only one point less cffectlve. than Bradley, took a 22 point hiding from the Peoria pulverizers, CCNY, flattered as a IVi point underdog, took a 35 noint battering from Loyola of Chicago. And Sf. John's rated a modest 6'Vi points worse thai) Bowling Green, vas dumped by 13 points by the Ohioans, Loyola and Bowling Green probably would have had more eXf«c- tive margins except that they tried too hard- These top teams, with respective records of 22-5 and 216. just scraped Into the tournament under the increased 12-team limit. This respite the fact that CCNY Semi-final | Tournament Records Scores At Lafajetlc Frankfort 47, Hammond 35 Of Four Survivors INDIANAPOLIS, March 14 — (UP)—Ssnji-flnal meet champions Central, So. Bend G5, Brookston 35 ( gi lot their way into ths four-team ' Central, So. Bend. SS, Frankfort 55 (final) At Indianapolis Lawrcnceburg 61, Attica 49 Madison 53, Summitville 3S Madison 47, Lawrencsburg 40 (f'ln- nl) At Bloomlngrlon Jasper 43. Bedford S3 Bloomlnstoii 62, Central, Evans- vllle 45 Jasper. 50, Bloomlngton 40 (final) At 'Monde Auburn 54, Kokpmo 43 New Castle 49, Jefferson 43 Auburn 45, New Cagtla 43' (final) Basketball Scores COLLEGE P«nn 66, Princeton 47 K. I.; T. Toowicr San Francisco 6S. Manhattan 43 Bradley S9. N. Y. U. 67 Bowling Green 77, St. John's . (Brooklyn) 64 Loyola (Chicago) 62, CCNY 47 Indiana high basketball Tourney Beloit 67', Indiana State 5.9 Hamline 57, Regis, Denver (Final) 46 Oklahoma 55, Colorado 44 Niagara 57, Canisius 52 Yale 86, Harvard 47 Dartmouth .87, Cornell 45 Seton Hall 63, Scranton 33 point splurge that helped defeat I was invited in ahead of them — the New York Knickerbockers, 100 | with a pitiful record of ' 17 shal- to 90. It was the sixth time this season tho Lakers have made 100 or more points in a game. It was New- York's first loss in its last eight starts. In. other games, the St. Louis Bombers defeated the Indianapolis Jets, 87 to SO, and the Fort Wayne Pistons came from behind to beat tho Chicago Stags, SI to Be Tailor Made For The Easter Parade A KEHM'S MADE TO MEASURE SUIT will put you head and shoulders above everyone in STYLE, QUALITY and AF- PEABANCE. From S47.50 Men's Wear The Biggest Little Stor,c i» Town'' 4!)u E. Broadway Dial :!27i! | low victories against seven defeats. The other i'^'ew York free riders' records were: Manhattan IS-". St. John's 15-S and NYU a pitiful 12 •wins against seven defeats. If the faded NYU Violets deserved balnr invited into a tournament it should have been a contest for -number of students enrolled, nothing else. Yet. everybody still tried to make it'look good. Young Pete Newell,, the charitable San Francisco coach, allowed that he didn't "expect an easy time" against Manjjattuh. All his club did was to win by 25. Howard Cann, the NYU coach, asserted on dlicorevlng that the odds against his team winning the tournament .were 20 to 1 that "if I wan a betting nian I'd take some of that myself." They should have been 100-1. And if Cann' was a betting man he'd surely wind' up broke with such a system. And St. John's Coach Frank Me- 1 Mrs. Lucy Kistler of Rochester Dies Here Mrs. Lucy Kistler, 91, formerly of Rochester, passed away Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in the Neal Nursing home, 630 Race street after a lengthy illness. The daughter ot Mr. and Mrs, | Johir' Clouse, Mrs. Kistler was ] born July is, !S57_in Rochester ancl i lived in that community most of j her life. Her husband, Lew Kist- j ler, preceded her iu death. Surviving are one brother, Charles Clouse. Mishawaka; and a sister, Mrs. Rose Walker, Ashland, Ohio; and several nephews and nieces. The body was removed to the Chass-Mllier funeral home where final rites will be conducted at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by the Rev. M. L. Robinson. 'Burial will be in the IOOF cemetery In Rochester. tourney finals next Saturday this way: South' Bend Central (2375) Sectionals South Bend Central 42 Mishawaka 41 South Bend Central 5S Woodrow Wilson 34 "' South. Bend Central 36 South Bend Washington 27 South Beiid Central 45 Washington-Clay 27 Regional* South Bend Central 46 Concord Twp. 40 South Bend Central 52 Rochester 26 Seml-FliMls South Bend Central 66 Brooksr ton ,35 ' ' '••' South Bend Central 59 Frankfort 55 Madison (24-3) Sect ion ills Madison 6;! Lexington 27 Madison Gl Scottsburg 30 Madison 83 New Washington 40 Regional* Madison 59 Helmsburg 30 Madison 56 Fail-land 87 Sfinl-Fhinls Madison 53 Summitville 3S Madison 47 Lawrenceburg 40 Jasper (19-9) Sectionals Jasper 56 Dubois 26 Jasper 36 Holland 2S Jasper 44 Hunting-burg 35 Jasper 4S Winslow 39 BeglontiJs Jasper Gl Shelburn"52 Jasper 57 Monroe City 5s Semi-finals Jasper 41 Bedford 33 Jasper 50 Bloomhigton 49 Auburn (26-2) Sectionals Auburn 52 Butler 43 Auburn 62 Churnbusco 39 Auburn SG'Garrett "3 Auburn 71-Angola 47 Hamline Wins NAIB Crown KANSAS CITY, Mo.. March 14 — (UP)—The Pied Pipers of Hamline marched so vigorously through the ranks ot the NAIB basketball tournament that they left in their wake today no doubt whatsoever about their superiority in the mammoth 32-team field. It wasn't even close as the Pipers punched out points at just a whisker less than a 70-polnt a game clip. Certainly, the record* crowd of 10,000 that saw the Pipers trounce his six foot two inch height and 195 pounds of muscle ».nd brawn which cainn were in favor of tht winning South Bend crew. to put on a one-man show under i Boxsores foliow; the basket and during the nroceed-1 South Bend (59) ings dunked in ten fielders. Brook- j Toth, f ston was forced to use two and sometimes basket iu Tg. Fh 10 Daube, f 3 three men under the Wilson, f 0 vain' etfoi-t to stop i ghj'ne, e S Snine. While Coach Kenny Nor- j Morrical, IMS' lads were trying tc slow down the big Negro center, other Ber.rs were taking advantage of thtf sit- uaiion to plung in easy lay-ins. lose Rebounds Shine also kept the Ttrookston basket blasting from cv. .• Retting a full head of team by grabbing the rebounds off both bankbog.rds. In tha late minutes- of the fray and with the cause lost. Coa.ch Norris substituted freely in order to give all of the Bomber reserve j players a chance to participate In the semi-final. Brookston got off to a three- point, lead at the start of hostilities on free throws on two personals by Don Heckard, Central Deckhard, e 6 Pf. 2. 1 1 3 1 Totals 27 5 12 Frankfort (55) F(r. Ft Pf. Baer, f > * Toeppe, f •• " Swift, c * Goodnight, * 2 Ricker, g .-• 3 Carter, g -. 0 Regis college of Denver, 57 to 48. guard, but Deckard pushed in a Daube hit aud from In the grand finale Saturday night ! one-hander and Bruce were convinced of Hamline's pow- a *f«e throw to tle H Auburn 45 Howe Military 20 Auburn 51 Ft. Wayne Central 47 Semi-Filial!Auburn 54 Kokomo 43 Auburn 45 New Castle 43 FALL T1CTJM DIBS SUNMAX, Intl., March 14—(UP) —Funeral services were arranged today for August Richter, 47, who died in a Batesville hospital yesterday. He was injured March 2 when he fell from a Haymow on his farm. TKRTSHKS TN TRAILEB BLAXK COLUMBUS, Ind., March 14 — (UP)—Clarence A. Whipker, 46, a farm tenant, was burned to death when hU trailer was destroyed by Gulre argued that -'we have a \ , )re on t h« Harry Scheldt farm chance" and tossed out that fight- eaft ot btTO Saturday. He lived ins line about every player having i.wo arms and two legs. Thsy have — new — and the basketball begins! alont. KITES HELD MONTICELLp, Jnd- ^- t«Bt rites j for Mrs. Maybe]) Sheits, former | Monticello resident were conduct- i ( etl Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock j i In the Prevo funeral home here | with the Rev. M. A. Madsen officiating. Burial was in Rlvervlew cemetery. Mrs. Sheets passed away Friday morning at her home In Mishawaka. Dine — Dance Enttrtainment Kokomo - Basil'* -. on U. S. 35 Formerly Rsy'» . 35 Club SMART SSTETSON' Exclusive with ' CLARA ANN'S Millinery 325 Fourth "..' TTRE-CHAXGI\G MADE EASIER WBIRTON, W, Va. (UP)—Tire- changing Is not the arduous task once presented by (Istachabls wheel rims, but a local inventor, Walter E, Schultz. -wants to trim still more of the hard work connected with the job. He has invented a hub-engaging wheel shoe mounted on a spring tube to support the weight of a wheel and tire simultaneously adjust it on the hub bolts. , er. They law Hamline race to a 12-4 early lead, then loop in five straight, baskets to take a 22-4 lead and settle the outcome of the game, Hamllue is the only team to win the NAIB title twice during ,'the 11-year history ot the tournament, Hal Hasklns was the outstanding scorer for the Pipers In the finale with 21 points, and 'big Vern Mlkkelsen was right behind him with 18. Between them they dominated the backboards. On tbe_v;ay to the wind-up, the Pipers beat Ark&usas State, 76-43; Indiana Central, S3-66: Texas Tech, SO-56; and Beloit, 52-43. They averaged 69.6 points per game to'their opponents' 50.S. Beloit. which gave Hamline its .toughest contest, wound up with third place by beating Indiana State in the consolation, 67 to 59. «»en on it was all South Bend. At the quarter post, Central held a 15 to 10 lead and by halftlme was in front 32 to IS. From tl;en on it was ;'ust a matter ot bow large the score would mount, Tom Spears whose sharpshoot- ing wag a major factor in Brookston's advance through the sectional and regional, was still in there pitching the ball through the hoop in the South Bend rout. He Totals 22 11 8 Free throws missed — Shine 2; Morrica.1 2; Deckard 1; Wilson 2; Toeppe 3; Ricker 1. Referee — C. H. Phillips; Umpire O'Neal. South Bend (66) Fp. Toth. f ................ 2 Daube,- f .....••• Wilson, 2 Mazar, f 0 Shine, c ........ Whitmer, g: Morrical, g ..... Deckard, g, McCaw, g Fodge, g ....... 10 1 0 i 3 0 Ft rf. 0 3 4 2 1 3 •-k-v.,%'4 2 0 0 2 2 4 S Total •••• 2S U 19 Brookston (3S) Tg. Ft Pf. Weston, C •". 2 Fry, f 3 WeiderhaCt, f 0 hit five fielders, four from far out, i Q ar (.^ r f ._ g Rigney Is Stricken With Heart Attack Ariz., March 14 (UP)— flHy Rigney, Nav York Giants second-baseman who was stricken. 'with a heart attack yesterday, will be able to return to action in one week, the Giants' physician said today. Rigney collapsed in the dress- Ing room yesterday after the Giants' game against the Cleveland Indians. He was taken to St. Mpniea hospital. Dr. Anthony Palermo, described Riguey's trouble as "functional" rather than "organic" and said he had been given drugs to relieve the nervous, rapid heart beat which caused the attack. and picked up four points from the charity stripe. Herb Fry give him some help in the way of three field goals and three personal fouls. Brookston was forced to do most of its shooting from far out and collected but twelve buckets from 67 tosses for ft .179 average while the South Benders poured in 25 fielders in ninety attempts. Smith, c Cain, .c ..• Spear, g / Hutson, g . Hendryx, g Schultz, g . Totals 12 11 27 Free throws missed — Toth 1; Morrical 1; Deckard 2; . Shine 4; It was Brookstou's first parti-1 p od|Ee o. Mam- 1; Weston 1; Fry cipation In the semi-final tourna-j 5; g peal . 2. ment. For a school that has an j ' R eferee — Jack O'Neal; Uinpir* Buy, sell, or trade — all with a low-cost Pharos-Tribune classified ad. SCHENLEY GjVES YOU OLDER WHISKIES* - yef you pay • i 'M no more! 5,6 AND 7 YEMDiMS, DLENDEDwwGW NBJTRAL SPIRITS. TvRTC McNAIR PIES MERIDIAN, Miss.. March 12 — (UP)—Eric (Rabbit) McNair, Philadelphia Athletics scout who played second base for Connie Mack's great teams in the early I930's, died at his home here early today of a heart attack. He was 39. enrollment of but ninety-six students it was a remarkable achieve- ment'and reflects great credit on Coach Norris in bringing bis team such a long ways in the tournament grind. Frankfort Loses In the championship game of the evening bctwaen Frankfort and South Bend, the Hot Dogs saw almost certain victory end in bitter defeat. Frankfort led from almost Oie start although the score was tied constantly. At the quarter it was 12-10 Frankfort and 30-24 Frankfort at halftlme. The third quarter marked the comeback surge of the Bears and If ended "9-all. The turning point came in the tourth quarter when Ricker of Frankfort suffered a severe Charley horse and lay on the floor writhing in pain for fully fifteen seconds before the officials called time. During this confusion, Central scored the basket which restored tliem to the lead. The game appeared at times to get complete- Eugene Glaze. Big Nine Reinstates Seven Grid Players CHICAGO, March H — (UP) — Seven Indiana and 'Northwestern football players were assured ot Western Conference eligibility today after league faculty representatives ruled that participation In amateur basketball did not mav their records. 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