PAGE TWELVE THE PBABOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGATTCPOKT. INDIANA SUNDAY. DECEMBER .17,1961 Indiana Belts Detroit Titans 92 To 84 Ray I, DeBusschere Hit : 29 Each In Hot Battle BLOOMINGTON Ind. (AP) -. Detroit's Dave DeBusschere and j Indiana's Jimmy Rayl scored 29 points apiece tonight but Indiana won the basketball game 92-84. The No. 2 shooters for each team also battled to a . draw, Frank Chickowski of Detroit and Tom Bolyard of Indiana potting 21 points apiece. Indiana led 50-46 at the half after the score had been tied six times. Indiana never trailed after moving ahead at 32-31 on a pair of Jump shots by little Jerry Bass, who scored 14 points altogether. DeBusschere scored 23 of his points in the first half, hitting five of his nine fielders from well out. He cooled off during the intermission and made ' only two of 12 basket attempts in the second half. The Hoosiers connected on five of their first six shots from the field in the second half and ran their lead to 80-63 midway in the period. Detroit free throws and a series of Indiana errors reduced the margin to 87-82 with 1:34 to play but the Hoosiers stopped throwing away the ball. DETROIT G F P T Dzik 16-848 Munson 5 34 1 13 DeBusschere • ....11 7-11 3 29 Chickowski 6 9-11 4 21 Cech 3 34 3 9 Ferguson 1.2-2 1 4 McDaniel ....'.... 00-000 Schoenherr 00-000 -Totals 27 304016 84 '• INDIANA G F P T Bolyard 9 3-3 4 21 Hall 20-124 Mickey 4 3-5 3 11 Bass 7 0-2 4 14 Rayl ..12 5-5 3 29 Sparks .'.. 31-217 Porter 00-010 Fairfield 0 0-0 1 0 Wilhoit 10-032 Granger 02-222 Altaian 10-022 .Totals 3914-2026 92 Detroit 46 38—84 Indiana 50 42—92 Attendance, 5,554. IRISH WIN THRILLER EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP)Notre Dame edged Michigan State 73-72 in the last second of their basketball game Saturday night, handing the Spartans their first defeat in three games. The Irish have won three in five. With 18 seconds left, Michigan State went ahead 72-71 on Lonnie Sanders' jump shot from 20 feet out and Spartan Fans went wild, thinking the game was in the bag. Then Armand Reo tipped a jump ball to John Dearie who scored" the winning basket. The Spartans, who had only one practice this week because of final exams, looked sloppy in the' first half, and the Irish led 43-38 at intermission. But in the second half the Spartans came to life and the lead switched back and forth. Michigan State led in rebounding despite Notre Dame's front line of three 6-foot-6 rebounders. Stan Chandler, a sophomore who played only half the game for State, and Reo shared rebounding honors with 12 each. The Spartans brought down 60 rebounds.-against Notre Dame's 49. NOTRE DAME . G F Reo 9 2-2 Dearie 2 0-0 Roesler 4 1-1 Schnurr 6 6-7 P T Andreoli , Matthews Romanowski .. Totals ....... Michigan Stale Gent 3 Hall 6 Lamers 0 Williams , 1 Schwarm 9 Chandler 4 Schwarz Sanders 3 4 2-3 4 44 0 0-0 29 15-17 21 G F* P 3-5 4 24 1 4-5 2-2 0 3-3 0-3 2-2 24 20 73 14 2 >4 1 2-2 Thomann 0 0-0 21 Flash Elorde RetainsTith With Quick KO MANILA (AP)-Gabriel (Flash) Elorde, fast-punching Filipino southpaw, stopped Sergio Caprari of Italy in 2:22 of the first round Saturday night and retained his world junior lightweight .championship. Caprari was floored three times" first for a count of three. Elorde was after him immediately and after a sharp exchange dropped the Italian for an eight- count. The third time the dazed challenger fell halfway., through the ropes and signaled to his manager he could not continue. Elorde weighed'130 pounds anc Caprari 129'/& for the schedulec 15-round bout witnessed by- 35,001 spectators in the outdoor Riza! Baseball Stadium. Elorde's ' manager. Lope Sarreal, said afterward he has of- 'ered lightweight titleholder Joe Brown of Houston $60,000 to de- tend his crown against Elorde in Manila. "Elorde is now a lightweight and" is having difficulty making :he 130-pound junior lightweight limit. So we might as well go after Brown," Sarreal said.. Elorde's triumph over Caprari ranked No. 2 by the U.S. National Boxing Association, marked the third successful defense of the championship he won by knocking out Harold Gomes of Providence, R.I., March 16, 1960. He ater stopped Gomes in a return soul and then won a decision over Joey Lopes of Sacramento, Calif. The NBA had refused to recognize Saturday night's bout for the championship, insisting that ;lorde defend against Solomon SJBoysaw of Cleveland, the No. 1 4 contender. However, when Boysaw was defeated by unranked 0 Monti Wins No. 7 OverMonon 69-58 MONON-Monticello's Tioga Ih : dians rolled to their seventh straight win of the season 'here Saturday night defeating the Monon Railroaders 69 to 58. The-Tiogans jumped into a 20-11 first period lead, held only a,30-27 margin at halftime and 4541 edge at" the effd of the third quarter but pulled away in the final period to win. Gary Bair led the balanced Monticello drive with 18 points | while John Thacker hit 17 to pace Monon's. The B team game was taken by Monti 48 to 35. Summary: Monticello—Milligan 17, Rick- leff 6, Bair 18, Hoover 3, Muck- ols 7, Platt 8, Roberts 10, 'Sherer, Watkins. Monon—S a n d e r s 10, Thacker 17, Jones 9, Blissit.10, Brown 2, Blackwell 10, Culp', : Linback, Holcslaw. Totals 27 18-28 13 72 Notre Dame. ,...43 30—73 Michigan State 38 34-72 Attendance, 6,754 Arthur Persley earlier this week, the NBA reversed it* decision. Elorde's victory was. his 61st in 77 matches. Caprari's record is now 53-4. Eastern Title Battles Feature NFL And AFL Grid Action Today By ROBERT MOORE Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Giants, a team that wasn't figured to set .the world on fire, can win the National Football League's Eastern Conference championship Sunday by overcoming certain obstacles — the Cleveland Browns in general and Jimmy Brown, Milt Plum, Ik>u Groza and Bobby Mitchell in particular. The teams square off in New .York's Yankee Stadium on this final Sunday of the NFL's regular season. Even a tie would do the trick for the Giants and put them in the Dec. 31 title showdown in Green Bay against the Packers, Western Conference kings. ;The Browns are anxious .to make amends for the 37-21 defeat the Giants handed them Nov. 26. Brown and Plum are the league's -top performers in two individual staistical departments — rushing and pass.ing. Brown is shooting for his fifth straight rushing title. Plum leads the passers just as he did in 1960. Groza, the great placekicker, established an ail-tirce NFL scoring record with 826 points over an 11-year span last Sunday when the Browns lost 17-141 o the Chicago Bears and bowed out of championship contention. Mitchell, the Browns' "Sunday flash" (he's in the Army the rest of the week), isn't first in anything, but the Giants are well aware that he is always a touchdown threat. If the Grants lose, the Philadelphia Eagles could pull into a tie by whipping the Lions at Detroit. In that event, New York and Phil- ladelphia would clash in Yankee Stadium Dec. 24 for the Eastern crown and the right to face the I Packers. Of course, if the Eagles tie or lose, the Giants would be "in" regardless. New York is 10-3, Philadelphia 9-4, Cleveland 8-5 and Detroit, a Western team, 8-4-1. In other Sunday games, it's Green Bay (10-3) at Los Angeles (4-9), Pittsburgh (6-7) at St. Louis (6-7, Minnesota (3-10 at Chicago 7-6) and Dallas (4-8-1 at Washington 0-12-1). The Baltimore Colls and the 49crs played in San Francisco Saturday. By HAROLD V. RATLCFF Associated Press Sports Writer Houston goes to Oakland Sunday with two chances of winning the Eastern Division championship of the American Football League. If Houston beats Oakland, and failure to do- so would be the big upset of the season, then the Oil- ers will be champions and can look toward the league playoff Dec. 24 with San Diego, king of the Western Division. But Houston could lose to Oakland and still win the title if Boston were defeated by San Diego, whom the Patriots play at San Diego Sunday. Chances of Boston losing to San Diego are pretty good, .too. Thus, it would appear, Houston should feel pretty complacent about it all, which is something Coach Wally Lemm would not want. Oakland was walloped 55-0 by Houston when the teams met the first week of the season. Since then the Raiders have managed only two victories and are in last place in the Western Division and in the entire league. While the hour of decision is go ing on out in the West, New York •and Dallas will be putting a drab finish to the campaign with their final game in Dallas. New York has seven victories but six losses. Ddlas has won five and lost eight. Denver and Buffalo have finished the season. YANKS LOSE SOMERSET-Somerset spilled Young America's Yanks in a one- sided cage 'contest here Friday nighr 55-35. The winners- led all the way 20-3, 33-8 and 38-19. Young America was without the services of its lop scorer, Bob Thomas, who was ill with ..influenza. Tom Hook led the Yanks with 16 points while Bakehorn's 24 tallies led Somerset. The preliminary also went to Somerset 4240. Young America FG FT PF TP Hook * 56 2 16 Babb 4028 Nelson 1123 Robertson 1052 Amthauer 0 •. 2 1 2 Turnpaugh 0040 Manning • 2 ' 0 3 4 Totals - 13 Somerset 9 19 35 FG FT PF TP Hamon' 2044 Miller 0000 Staggs 2256 Johnson 4 3 1 11 Lawson 1002 Roser 2206 Trent 0010 Cruz 1002 Bakehorn 8 8 3 24 Totals 20 15 15 55 DELPHI TOURNEY Camden 98, Dayton 56 (Consolation) Brookston 57, Delphi 50 (Championship) DELPHI—Brookston came from. Behind in the last quarter to de- eat Delphi for the championship of the Delphi Basketball Classic lere Saturday night, 57-50. The host Oracles jumped off to a 14-11 lead the first quarter but he visitors came back to take the lead at halftime, 29-26. Delphi regained the lead at the end of the third frame 38-37, but n the final eight minutes of play Brookston's Gary Price, who had seen averaging 23.2 points per game before the meet, pushed in 14 of the 20 points tallied by Brookston to pave the way for the win. Price led both teams in the scoring column with 26 points and teammate Sims added 16. High for Delphi was Jim Wilson with 14 and Dick Welch added 11. In the consolation game Camden routed Dayton, 98-56, with Larry Hill leading the way with 31 points for the winners. Camden jumped to a 29-14 lead at the end of the first quarter and increased it to 50-30 at halftime. At the end of the third quarter the winners led, 69-47. Balanced scoring helped Cam den win as R. 'Cline added 17 points, Shaffer had 16 and Flora tallied 13. Max Biery led the losers with 23. Camden—R. Cline 17, Flora 13, McDowell 6, Hill 31, Sharp, Shaffer 16, C. Cline 8, Wagoner 7. Dayton—Bush ; 3, Alkire, Biery 23, Mclntyre 12, Gentry 3, Ricks 6, Fisher 6 Whitlock 2. Broofcston—Harnon 6, Williams 1. North S, Sims 16; Price 26, Young, Delphi—Welch 11, Wilson 14, Pearson, Cook 8, Widner 8, Coomey 7 Allen 2. , A brand new high-quality pipe . 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High School Basketball yernon Invitational Vernon 84, Dupont 54 (consolation) Deputy 48, Jackson Twp. (Decatur Co.) 42' (final) Orange Nips , Miami 15-14 By WILL GREttSLEY PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Syracuse, frustrated for two periods and trailing by two touchdowns, slammed back in the. final half on the vicious running of All- America Ernie Davis and the pin-point passing of Dave Sarette Saturday for a 15-14 victory over Miami (Fla.) in the Liberty Bowl football game. Davis, held to 38 yards in the opening half, carried the Syracuse team on his back on a 42- yard drive in the third period, smashing over for the touchdown from the 1. The second touchdown came on ,a 7-yard pass from Sarette to his favorite target, halfback Dick Easterly, in the fourth perjod, culminating a 51-yard march. Sarette, who out dazzled Miami's celebrated quarterback George Mira with his passing, also hit Easterly for a two- point conversion after the first score and Ken Ericson booted the final,, clinching extra point from placement, after the second. Miami 680 0-14 Syracuse 008 7—15 Indpls. Howe" 71, Indpls. Broad Ripple 50 Michigan City 61, Fort Wayne South 40 Rising Sun 50, Jac-Cen-Del 49 Center 74, Cadiz 60 Hagerstown 64, Cambridge City 52 Sulphur Springs 68, Lewisville 60 Middletown 92, Daleville 39 Indpls. Shortridge 53, Indpls. Scecina 46 Indpls. Attucks 62, Ben Davis 41 Indpls. Washington 67, Franklin 43 Indpls. Wood 59, Indpls. Cathedral 55 . Linton 65, Bloomfield 61 Mishawaka 77,.Marion 65 Noble 89, Akron 56 South Bend Adams 64, Wabash 57 Carmel 69. Fishers 48 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 78, Sullivan 33 Terre Haute Garfield 54, Crawfordsville 47 •Plainfield 59, Decatur Central 36 Beech Grove 68, Triton 53 New Castle 69, Elwood 52 Lizton 51, Ind. Deaf School 49 Gary Roosevelt 74, South Bend Riley 57 Muncie Central 58, Elkhart 54 iVwood 55, Milford 54 Bremen 55, Plymouth 52 Concord 70, Syracuse 42 Mount Ayr 64, Liberty Twp. 48 Rome City 59, Wawaka 57 North Liberty at Rolling Prairie postponed to Wednesday, icy roads College Basketball Tournaments Bluegrass at Louisville Texas 78, Western Ky. 68 Kentucky 94, Baylor 60 Steel Bowl at Pittsburgh Duke 78, Arizona 47 Birmingham Classic LSU 72, Alabama 56 Indiana 92, Detroit 84 Niagara 78, LaSalle 64 Cornell 71, Columbia 58 Fla. State 69, Tennessee 62 Notre Dame 73, Mich. State 72- Wabash 92, Wheaton 75 Ohio State 92, Loyola (111.) 72 Cincinnati 77, Marshall. 49 Richmond 71, Geo. Wash. 68 Toledo 58, Kent 52 'Seton Hall 97, Wagner 87 Dayton 76, N.M. State 60 Kansas 76, Marquette 62 Maryland 79, Wake Forest 62 Fordham 85, Connecticut 58 Boston Col. 104, Maine 92 Bellamine 78, Villa Madonna 73 Clemson 68, The Citadel 62 Miami (Fla.) 66, Florida 61 Northwestern 59, Creignton 56 Purdue 65, Butler 57 Illinois 82, Iowa State 73 Navy'70, Princeton 61 Wisconsin 92, Pacific 68 Hanover 74, Transylvania 67 Evansville 82, Valparaiso 70 Sports Car Club To Start Program The Logan Sports Car Club will hold a "Poker Rally" Sunday starting at 1:15 p.m. The starting line will be at Lou's Imported Motors on U.S. 24 west of Logansport. At this point the drivers will be given their instructions for the four leg-event and be given a safety inspection. Officials are hoping for a turnout of 25 entries. Anyone with a sports car is invited to enter. Trophies will be presented the win- National Football League Baltimore 27, San Francisco 24 Kansas Raps Rice In Bluebonnet Tilt 33-7 HOUSTON (AP) - Kansas- ran Rice University ragged with double reverses and the power of Ken Coleman Saturday as the Jayhawks crushed the favored Owls 33-7 in the third annual Bluebonnet Bowl football game. Coleman, a 201-p o u n d sopho- 3 Unbeatens InlndeeLoop Three teams went through an-| met E ^ other week of action and keptjj' *"* their records clean in the Lo- 1 gansport Independent basketball league. B & N Sinclair, Idaville and Washington Tp. all came through with victories this week to run their records to three victories in as many starts. more, scored twice while grinding out 107 yards in 18 -carries. Roger McFariand got two more on neatly, executed double reverses. John Hadl,.who Friday denied charges he had signed a pro 1 contract, directed all five Kansas scoring drives and set up one of Coleman's touchdowns with a 41- yard scamper on a faked fourth down punt. Immediately after the game, a scout for the San Diego hargers | of the American Football League undr * e J° uth 8°* Kansas star Ray's Creamery stayed close behind with a mark of 2-1 and is the only other team in the circuit with less than two losses. The highlight of this weeks action will be the Ray's-Washington Tp. contest Tuesday night. The league will have action Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights this week, with Wednesday off - because of the Berry Bowl battle between Logansport and Monticello. This week's schedule: Monday—At Fairview gym: B & N vs. Coca-Cola and Heinold's vs. D'Andrea Dist. Co. Tuesday—At Fairview gym: Local 4863 vs. K-Bar and Washington Tp. vs. Ray's Creamery. Thursday — At Columbia gym: Pepsi vs. Idaville and North Side Grocery vs. Thurm's. throughout the nationally televised game cut attendance at the 70,000-seat Rice 'Stadium to 52,000. Bluebonnet officials, however, said 61,000 tickets had been sold. Kansas 6 6 13 8-33 Rice 7000-7 COLLEGE SWIMMING Notre Dame 56, Wayne Stale 10 COLLEGE FENCING Wayne State 17, Notre Dame 10 took a brief 7-6 lead with a 6-yard drive late in the first period but Hadl's beautiful run led the Kansas comeback and the Owls made only one other serous threat. A light rain that fell practically Iff5 Sports Card For IVeet WRESTLING Tuesday—Berries v&. Marion at Lincoln gym, 7 p.m. BASKETBALL Monday—Delphi at Lincoln Jr. High, 7th, 8th and 9th; Saints at Washington Tp. Tuesday—Fairview at Riley Jr. High, 9th. Wednesday—Berries vs. Monti- celto at Berry Bowl. Thursday — Saints at Fairview Jr. High, 4 p.m.; Riley vs. Flora at Fairview Jr. High, 7 p.m. Saturday—Freshman tourney at Berry BowL Survivors Of First Cage Having A Big Time Class By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN JACKSONVILLE, HI. (A?) Ernest G. Hildner, 88, is having the time of his life now that persons in the sports world have found out he's alive. Hildner, a twinkling, spry man, and Raymond Kaighn, 93, of Chapel Hill. N.C. are the only surviving members of Dr. James N a i s m i t h's 1891 Springfield (Mass.) YMCA Training School class that brought basketball inlo the world. But only in the last month did Hildner's identification with it come to light. "I guess they just thought I was dead" chuckled Hildner, for- Hildner lives with the eldest of his six sons, Ernest Jr., a Ms- Hildner said he had received 50 j tory professor at Illinois College mer Presbyterian minister has been retired 23 years. letters of congratulations "on the resurrection of a skeleton." "They come from all over — from some of the older fellows and coaches and such. My old teammate Kaighn wrote: 'Now with you to share the glamor, I will no longer feel like the last leaf on the tree.' "And I got a certificate from j Basketball's Hall of Fame in Springfield. They wanted my picture and apologized for not knowing I was alive. "The only letters I answer are from kids. in Jacksonville. "I've got 13 or 14 grandchildren—it's hard to keep track of them," he laughed. • "My time now is spent mostly with my wife. She was hurt in a fall and can't get aroi'id. We've been married 60 years." Hildner said the only basketball he sees are home games of Illinois College. "I think the game is quite -refined now," he said. "The first time we played, it was a brutal slugging match trying to shove the 'ball into the basket. 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