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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,1961 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THIRTEEM Logan Loses To Tech, Monti Here Monday - Logansport's Berries.played their test game of the season Friday night at Berry Bowl in holding Indpls. Tech to a 60-54 decision in an NCC game. The loss was : the fifth in a row for Logan but it was the second good, game in a row the locals have played in recent days. Chuck Fiedler, star forward and one of the chief scorers for the Berries, didn't play against either Peru or Tech, teams which were highly ranked but which had al] they could do to beat the Logan- ites. Fiedler, is expected to rejoin the- team this week for at least partial duty against Monticello when the strong Tioga Indians come to Berry Bowl Wednesday night. Logan's tilt with Tech was touch and go all the way and it wasn't until the last two minutes of action that Tech pulled away. They were glad to End the Berries making minor fundamental miscues at the wrong time and took advantage of the situation to pop in three field goals for the final margin. It was 54-52 Tech when _the Berries' bad luck hit hard, Dick Kramer, 64 center of Tech, slipped under to hit a fielder for a 56-52 lead but Fred Hillis picked up a -Logan rebound and shot it into 'the goal for a 56-54 deficit. Then a bad pass gave Tech the ball and Jim Montgomery scored. Seconds later George Harris intercepted a Logan pass and wound up scoring, which ended all tallies with some 23 seconds left in scored missed in a pair of chances. Tech surged into a 21-13 first period lead on the shooting of Kramer, Harris, Montgomery and the game. Neither side after that but Logan Frenchman Wins In Ski Feature Don Woods, who hit three in a row, after the 1 'score had'been deadlocked at 13-all. In the second period Logan battled back and with Hillis and Kenny Gundrum popping in fielders, moved within a point at 30-29, Tech when the halftime buzzer sounded.. The battle waged to and fro in the third period as Logan deadlocked the score.at 33-all, fell,behind and then came back to tie it at 43-all. Tech surged ahead again 47-46 at the end of the quarter and then the battling really got tense in the final stanza. Logan caged 23 of 57 tries from the court for 40.3 per cent, one of their best this season and added only 8 of 19 free throws. Tech hit 27 of 62 afield for 43.5 per cent and-'added 6 of 16 free chances. Freddy Hillis, junior guard, was the pacesetter' for the revived Berries as he poured in 20. points on nine fielders and a pair of Purdue Nips Butler 65 To 57 "Dish" Gets 25 Points H.S. Basketball ' FRIDAY'S SCORES , " Jasper 67, Ev. Memorial 52 Huntingburg 57, Mitchell 47 Castle 90, Richland 54 T. H. Wiley 67, T. H. Schulte 61 Pittsboro 60, Bainbridge 61 Manchester 54, Wabash 52 (o.'t.) Somerset 55, Young America 35 S. B. Central 65, Goshen 61 Elkhart 73, Mishawaka 48 North Judson 72, LaPaz 47 Reynolds 76, Medaryville 58 Rochester 70, Culver 62 Winamoc Spills Rossville 88-74; Lucerne Notches 7th Win In Row WINAMAC - The Winamac Indians pulled off the biggest ambush of the cage season.here Friday night "by trouncing previously Rossville's Hornets 88 Huntington 57, Muncie Burris 54| • ^ fin™ -CVnohol On WVlitJna (W I?.. _ unbeaten to 74. • Winamac was led to victory by jDon Holmes, who poured in 27 Gary Froebel 80, Whiting 62 Connersville 77, Seymour 60 Columbus 87,.Martinsvffle 67 Oak Hill 77, Noble Twp. 64 Madison 80, Aurora 70 Bedford 77, Bloomington 53 Greensburg 68, Jeffersonville 45 Rockville 62, Attica 54 Franklin 46, Speedway 44 Kokomo 62, North Central (Mar- who 25. Koontz was tops for Rossville with 24. Winamac—Malchow 25, Holmes 27, Hale 7, Podell 6, Huber 5, Robinson IS, Allen. Rossville— Koontz 24, Wilson 6,, Taylor 1, Deboy 20, Erantz 3, Milner 12, Ross 8. Logansport O'Rourke .... Heinrich W. Parmeter Hillis ....:... L. Parmeter. FG FT PF TP 1012 .1 12 3 63 free chances. Wes Parmeter hadH Co.) 47 9 points and Kenny Gundrum gotj .Greencastle ^Chntonjl 8 to be his best helpers. Dick Kramer was tops for Tech with 15 points,- while Jim Montgomery hit 13 and George Harris got 12 with Don Woods adding 10 more. That overall balance pulled the Titans past the battling Berries and nothing else. Tech made it a complete night by winning the reserve team contest 40-25 after the score was tied 13-all' at halftime. John A. Smith scored 11 points to lead the Tech B's while Mark Maudlin's 6 points was best for Logan. "The win left Tech's varsity unbeaten in the NCC with a 3-0 record while Logan now is 0-3. , Summary: LIONS WIN AGAIN ROYAL CENTER — Lucerne's jions scored their seventh straight by starts of'the season. Lucerne FG FT PF TP Indpls. Cathedral 40, Indpls. I Roann's cagers 70 to 38.- The win Washington 39 | string for the Lions began after New Castle 89, Madison Heights | they had dropped their first two 71 Noblesville 65, Sheridan 45 Washington 74, Evansville Reitz Waymire Burton Hayden KeUey Burrough -East Chicago Washington 70, Muncie Central 52 Anderson 54, Indpls. Shortridge 52 (overtime) Curry Frankfort 56, Tipton 47 ! Barrett Southport 82, Rushville 65 |J. Robinson Indpls. Attucks 62, Lafayette 57 M. Robinson Battle Ground 48, Coal Creek 41 Totals Lafayette Catholic 54, Covington 51 • Crawfordsville 57, West Lafayette 44 Remington 53, Chalmers 41 Fort Wayne Central 71, Marion 65 Peru 67, Plymouth 60 Francesville 75, Klondike 73 Carroll 57, Clinton Central 52 10 0 5 3 2 2 1 31 ROYALS TRIUMPH KENTLAND — Royal Center's hard working Bulldogs chewed into the tight Kentland defense here Friday night and chopped out a 53-44 victory with balanced scoring play. 22 0 14 6 10 7 5 4 . 2 70 Ro. Center Hammer. Blackketter Smith Maloy Myers Minks Morphet Totals Kentland Eason Williams Wilson Corbin McConnell Kingsley Stark ' Sparks Hufty Bohanon ' Totals , FG 5 3 " 5 8 0 0 • 1 22 FG 22 3 2 5 0 4 0 0 0 19 FT PF SO. CASTON ROMPS • FULTON—South Caston's Comets hit freely and often here Friday night to down the Tipton Tp. Tigers 65 to 33 in an aU-Cass county cage dash. TP 11 6 14 17 0 1 4 53 FT PF TP 1 3 4 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 13 So. Castou Kline Crimmins Winegardner Babb Eurit Fowler Rudicel Nickels Wagoner See Totals Tipton Tp. Rhoades Layman Hinkle Grant Rush . Erbaugh Robbins Frantz Totals FG FT PF TP Roann Lynn Young Krom Dale Dvson Totals FG FT PF TP . 1 6 0 2 4 13 CARDS WIN ANOTHER VAL D'ISERE, France (AP) American skiers failed to place among the leaders as Frenchman Adrien .Duvillard won the men's slalom at an international ski meet Saturday. Wallace (Bud) Werner of Steamboat Springs, Colo., the United States' top hopeful, finished seventh in the first run. But his bindings came loose on the second run, forcing him to abandon the course. BO AT MYERS LANES W L Yankettes 23 9 Torches 22 10 Fire Flies 20 12 Do Betters 20 12 Pen Slayers 13 13 Pastime 15 17 4 Yanks 15 17 Untouchables 13 19 Pin Hitters 10 22 Pin Crackers 3 29 Yankettes won 4 from Pin Hitters; Fire Flies won 2 from Do Betters; 4 Yanks won 4 from Untouchables; Pin Slayers won 3 from Pastime; Torches won 4 from Pin Crackers. Individual Series— Freida Bjick 461: Iris Albaugh 424: Dorothy Pasquale 421. Individual Games— Rhea Weaver 185; Dorothy Pasquale 168; Freida Bjick 167. High -Team Series— Pin Slayers 1522; Pastime 1487; 4 Yanks 1476. High Team Game— Fire Flies 552; Pastime 551; Pin Slayers 534. AT MYERS LANES W . L McVays '29 13 White House 24 18 Dodge Darts 23 19 General Tire 18 ' 24 Milfords 17 25 East Gate 15 27 McVays won 3 from East Gate; Dodge Darts won 2 from General Tire; White House won 3 from Milfords. Individual Series— Barb Clem 439; Lorene Robert 424; ., Shirley Lohring 411. Individual Games— Barb Clem 198; Shirley Lohring 170; Lorene Hobert 154. High Team Series — McVays 1945; Dodge Darts 1890; White House 1798. High Team Game— McVays 699; Dodi*e Daris 667; McVays 646. Splits Picked Up—Cinda Kathrens 2-7-10; Mildred Sickman 3-10. AT MYERS LANES SALES AND SERVICE W L Briqgs Services 43 13 Fisher Funeral 41 15 Mobile Oil 39 17 Hunter Groceries 34 22 Coca Cola 34 22 Smiley TV 32 ' 24 Harrison Funeral 29 ! /2 26'/£ B. F. Goodrich ?9 27 Midwest Platers 28 28 Fnsselman Const. 26 30 O'.lliean Soft Water 25 31 Shell Oil. 22 34 Shafer Hardwood 17 39 Watts Service 17 39 Bowver Too! 17 39 Engineering Asp'i 14'/4 41% Midwest Platers won 4 from Shafer Hardwood; Culliga.n Soft Water won 4 from Bowyer Tool; Shell Oil won 4 from Engineering W Smith 1113 Taylor 1 022 Totals 23 8 13 54 Tech FG FT PF TP 41topp 1012 Woods 5 0 2 10 Kramer 6 3 2 15 Montgomery «• 6 1 3 13 Harris 5 2 2 12 Sexson 2034 Johnson 2004 Neff 0 010 Totals 27 6 15 60 WLI Asph.; Coca Cola won 4 from Watts Service; Briggs Service won 3 from Harrison Funeral; Mobile Oil. won 3 from B. F. Goodrich ;Musselman Const, won 3 from Hunters Groceries; Fisher Funeral won 2 from Smileys TV. Individual Series — H. Frye 557; K. Peterson 595; H. Young 563; H. Goodrich 571. Individual Games— C. Button 200; H. Frye 210; D. Carson 202; D. Barns 208; W. Willing 200; B. Grauel 233; K. Smiley 214; D. Norzinskay 202; K. Peterson 205211; R. Russow 221; D. Remley 200; H. Goodrich 226; E. Schmaltz 241; L. Lowe 218; T. Gordon 201. AT LOGAN BOWLMOR BOOSTER W L Frank's Realgas' 26 13 Wolf Construction 21 * 18 National Guard 20 19 Mary's Steak Hut 18 21 Eagles- 18 21 Jaycees 14 25 National Guard won '3 from Jaycees; Mary's Steak Hut won 2 from Wolf Construction; Frank's Realgas won 2 from Eagles. 550 Series— D.' Lambert 566; J. Wilson 513. . 200 Games— J. Wilson 218. AT LOGAN BOWLMOR STATE HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES W L Pherson's Sonoco 32 13 Sub Tavern 29 16 Ray's Barber Shop 29 16 .Hendrick's Printing 20 25 David's Electric 19i/ 2 25!4 Gep. Bubel Barber Shop 5>A 39^ Team Summary: Ray's Barber Shop won 3 from G. Bubel's Barber Shop; Sub Tavern won 2 from David's Electric; . Hendrick's Printing won 2 from Pherson's Sonoco. 500 Series: Frank Thomas 535; Carl Luebbert 511; Tony Po- duch 563. 200 Games: Tony Poduch 210 and 204. AT BOWLMOR COMMERCIAL -.INDUSTRIAL •-.•--..' - W. L Western Tire- 25 13 Jones Auto 28% 13% Barnetts Bargain Barn 25% 16% R-Bar 24 18 Sub Tavern 22 20 Lowe Roofers , 22 20 Burnettsville ' 21 21 Mar Jo Wood , 21 21 Farm Buremm 18% .32% Muehlhausen No. 5 11% 30% Hedde Ready Mix 11 31 Team summary: Western Tire won 3 from Burnettsville; Jones Auto won 3 from Hedde; Mar Jo Wood won 2 from' Mohlmans; Lowes won 2 from Farm Bureau; R-Bar won 2 from Sub Tavern; Reynolds 76, Medaryville 58 Shelbyvflle 72, Richmond 62 New Albany 74, Indpls. Manua 63 Rensselaer 82, Morocco 56 Indpls. Howe 59, Greenfield 56 DeMotte 55, Goodland 34 Fowler 67, Monon 60 Evansville Bosse 71, Princeton 55 Evansville Lincoln 69. Vincennes Catholic 57 Tell City 64, Evansville North 37 NG Barnetts won 1% Tie from Muehlhausen. No. 5. 500 series: R. Green (243-176227) 646; L Burroughs (208-191253) 652. 550 Series: R. Nethercutt 583; D. Wise 573; S. Kalb 556; 0. Neumann 583; J. Pierce, 588; V. Powers 572; F. lannelly 577; G. Gaby 566; L. Handschu 5672; S: Shanks 579; B. Perrone 566; S. Higgle 590. ' 200 Games: H. Pashong 203; R. Nethercutt 200-215; D. Wise 210; G. Campbell 205; J. Quillen 203; J. Pierce 211; J. Campbell 207; 0. Neumann 204-211; V. Powers 219; T. Poduch 211, G. Gaby 207; F. lannelly, 201; R. Cree 213; S. Shanks .204; F. Lind 211; R. Lease 205, B. Perrone 222; S. Riggle 226. AT LOGAN BOWLMOR CITY W L Rehm's 31 14 Blue Note 28 17 Logan Bowlmor 24 21 Ray's Creamery 23 22 D'Andrea Dist. 15 30 .Seyferts , 14 31 Team summary: Ray's Creamery won 3 from Logan Bowlmor; Rehm's won 2 from D'Andrea Dist.; Blue Note won 2 from Sey- ferts. 500 series: J. Stanton 540; P. Parmeter 542; D.'.Gallaway 551; E. Raber 547; K. Martin 573; Jr. Smith 522. 200 games: K. Martin. 222-203; G. Fellers 200; P. Parmeter 209; D. Gallaway 209.-202; E. Raber 226. . AT LOGAN BOWLMOR LADIES THURSDAY NTTE W -L Logan Bowlmor' -. 28 14 Conns 'Party Shoppe .... 27 15 Wolf Construction Co. .. 26- 16 Shaw's Refrigeration .... 23 19 Keitzers Drive-In ..- 21 21 A T niean fn " 91 91 Kroeger Funeral Home . 29 22- Gossard •• 19 • 23 DeFords Servisof t ...... 10 32 DeFoi-ds won 3 from Gossard; Shaws won 2 from Bowlmpr; 01- sens -won .2 -from' Myers; Conns wcin 3 from Kroeger; Wolf won 2 from Keitzers; -: 500 SERIES - Ruth D'Andrea, (153-200-177) 530; ".Annie Savini, (158-174-186) 518; Beverly Franklin, (180-170-157)' 507; Lois Layman, (160-193-166)513.: ' . 450 SERIES-J. Werner .453, E. Shanks 453, M. Kurd 484, M. McIlrath 485, B; Holton 452, E. Randolph 459,.E. Mollencup 453, S. Luebbert 454. - ' •170 GAMES-P. Kingery 170, M. Kurd, 'M. McHrath 193, -E. Randolph 178, 'G. Gentile 171, L. Centers 174, S. Luebbert 172.- KEMPTON — Galveston's Cardinals nicked the Jefferson Tp, net- ters 60 to 56 in a well played basketball game'here Friday night. The Cards led at each quarter 1611, 36-30 and 50-49. Galveston Garden Ronk FG FT PF TP Chambers 2 Moss Woolley Mize Dutchess Cripe Totals Jefferson B. Gibbs .......... 4 Foutch ............ 0 Wood ............ 0 S. Gibbs .......... 7 Hardwick .......... 1 Baumgardner .... 12 Smith .............. 1 Totals 25 FG FT PF TP 3 0 2 5 3 5 1 19 BEES BUZZ WINAMAC-Bumettsville's Bee-;, buzzed past the Star City cagerc here Friday night 59 to 39. Burnettsville—Mulligan 4, Best 12, Shaw 10, Sands 28, Louthain 1, Taulman 4, Wright Star City- Reeves 6, Shultz 3, Riser 10, Stepp, Hiatt 13, Rex Riser 2, Good 3, Hale 2. HATCHETS DULLED SHARPSVILLE—The Sharpsville cagers proved too stout for Washington Township's Hatchets here Friday night winning with ease 79 to 49. Sharpsville ran up a 46-19 halftime lead and coasted to victory. Wash. Tp. Deeter Cottrell Long Slusser Rush Zollman Martin Owens Cabiness Totals Sharpsville Baird Bales Bales Blessing Hanesworlh Pyke . Moon Buckley Fernung •Wilson Warner Totals FG FT PF TP 0 3 6 1 0 0 4 2 3 19 2 4 5 1 5 2 1 5 1 26 6 49 FG FT PF TP 3117 3 2 3 2 1 1 7 2 3- 1 8 4 WHEATFIELD WINS BUFFALO-Wheatfield's Shock, ers downed the Buffalo Bisons in a low scoring ball game here Friday night 50 to 26. Wheatfield trailed 5-0 and 13-10 at the first two stops but came on fast in the last half to lead 31-22 at the end of the third period and rolled on 4 7 0 0 7 •0 11 0 0 0 29 FG 0 2 4 2 2 1 2 1 14 0 1 • 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 7 FT 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 5. 2 1 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 15 PF 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 5 4 3 2 13 33 To Pace Riveters Drive LAFAYETTE, Ind, (AP)-Purdue grabbed- an early lead then fought off repeated rallies Saturday 'and defeated Butler's Bulldogs 65-57 before a capacity crowd in the Boilermakers' Fieldhouse. Purdue's All-America Terry-Dischinger .paced the winners, scoring 25 points—5 below his average—and grabbing 17 rebounds. The aggressive Bulldogs took an early 3-1 lead but Purdue went around at 7-5 and the losers never regained the lead. At one time Purdue led 20-9 but Butler whittled it down to 32-27 by intermission. Butler pulled to within 2 at 4038 in the second period, but bas- nets by Steve Rickelman, Dischinger and Phil Dawkins put Purdue out of trouble. Again the Bulldogs rallied and TALMA TRIUMPHS TALMA - The Talma Tigers pulled away in the second half to post a 66-56 victory over Richland Center here Friday night. Talma—Craig 15, Peterson 27, Barkman 13, Koch, Harvey 5, Duzan 6. Richland Center, Keele 16; G. Hiatt 5, Nellans 2, Lewis 7, Burkett 4, Alber 18, P. Hiatt 2, Kistler 2. BRAVES TRIUMPH LEITERS FORD — A u b b e e's Braves gained an early lead and sailed on to defeat the Monterey Fliers in a hard fought game here Friday 55 to 44. Aubbee was ahead 17-8, 34-16 and 46-30 at the quarters. Aubee — Roberts 3, Murray 7, Mishler 5, Patton 14, Brockey 6, Feltis 12, Holcomb 8. Monterey- Stark 2, Reinholt 6, Burch 13, Manikowski 8, Burkett 11, Drang 3, Keller 1, Beauchamp, Ehrlich, Large. NO. CASTON ROLLING PERU—North Caston's Comets remained unbeaten here Friday night by nicking the strong Bun- cer'Hill Minutemen-56'to 53 in a :ense and action-packed basketball game. North-Caston-Wills 8, Fry 18, Showley 15, Beehler 10, Kent 5. Bunker Hill—Grismore 15, Clark 4, Householder 6, Brechbiel 13, McKee 2, Huvell 2, CaldweU It TOURNEY AT DELPHI DELPHI — The two favored teams, Brookston's Bombers anc Delphi's Oracles scamperec through first round battles in the local four-way tourney here Friday Brookston—Williams 6,'Harmon 7, North 13, Deckard 2, Sims 21 Koebcke 11, Price 13, Young 2, Hepinger. Dayton—Bush 13, Fisher 2, Bierly 23, Mclntjre 8, Gentry 8, Ricks 4, Whitlock i. to win. i Delphi-Welch 8 Wilson 7. Cook Wheatfield—Caldwell 7, C. Conley 6. Widner 7, Coomey 12. Allen 2, 1, Wireman 6, Risher 4, Howard 2, J. Dobson 16, R. Dobson 4, R. Conley 6, Foster, Parker 4, Heishman, Rise, F. Foster. Buffalo- Brown 13, Alma 2, Conwell 1, DuVall 2, B. Van Meter 3 Browsher 1, J. Coonrod 4, M. Coonrod, D. Van Meter. Pearson 11 Crumbo 2. Camden— R. Cline 8, McDowell 2, Flora 6, Hill 8, C. Cline 7, Shafer 9, Wagoner 12. When danger comes, kangaroos scatter like rampant jumping jacks. narrowed the margin to 59-55 but Mel Garland's basket increased the lead to 6 .points. Jeff, Blue scored for the Bulldogs, but four free throws — two eaHi by Dischinger and Tom McGinley iced the game, as the Boilerm a k e r s stalled the final 3% minutes. : The Boilermakers .connected on 24 of. 57 shots'for'a .421 average, while Butler was averaging .469 on 23 of 49. The Bulldogs won the rebound statistics, 37 - 35, with Blue's nine tops for' the losers. The victory left Purdue's No. ;6 rated Boilermakers 3-1 for the season. Butler is 3-2, both'losses administered by Big Ten teams. Butler G'.F...P -T Bowman 3 4-5 Freeman Haslam Engle 0 0-1 , 3 1-4 , 6 2-3 Wilson 1 2-3 Totals ..: 23 11-20 Purdue G F 110 2 ;o 2 7 4 14 0 4 16 57 P T Berkshire ( 6 0-0 412 Dawkins '. 34-5 3 10 Dischinger ' 7 11-13 2 25 McGinley 32-3 28 Garland 4 0-0 3 -'8 Rickelman 10-0 4 ^ Wills ..... 00-0 00 Totals 24 17-21 18 65 Butler 27'30—57 Purdue 3233—65 Attendance 9,600. DR. GEORGE A. MY ERS 2219 North St. Winner of the Blackstone GoKart Given Away By The COLONIAL OIL CO. OF INDIANA, iNC.-JtfFTH AND ERIE AVE. Another GoKart wilt be given away Mareh 2, 1962. Come in and register for the drawing after Dee. 28, 1961. No obligations. Nothing to buy. a sweet santa... give him a dreamy gift Our gift collection of pajamas is soothing as a lullabye. 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