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THE PHAROS-TRffiUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS,, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31,1961. PAGE 1 EIGHT lim -fmuma-jminm-m »uu AAj\jmm-.«w^ .«.-—.*—,,—- , _ _ — —^^ -^^^^^ Richmond Wins Tourney 85 To 10SI BOWL READY FOR ROSE BOWL—Rivals UCLA and Minnesota held their last drills Saturday before going into seclusion to await their New Year's Day engagement, and there was little question that defense received much emphasis. UCLA's coach Bill Barnes will be looking for his star back Bob Smith to spark the Bruin attack, while Minnesota's mentor Murray Warmath will be relying on back Sandy Stephens to guide the Gophers. (UPI Telephoto) Kentucky Blasts lrishlOOTo53 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)—Kentucky's sophomore flash. Cotton Nash poured in 31 points Saturday night as the sixth ranked Wildcats blasted bewildered Notre Dame 100 - 53 before a'sellout crowd of 16,925. Nash connected on 12 field goals and seven of seven from the free throw line to lead Kentucky's balanced attack. Kentucky jumped to a 47 - 29 • Notre Dame connected on only 18 of 78 field goal attempts for a 23.1 shooting mark. Kentucky hit 41 of 89 for 46.1 per cent. Kentucky won the battle of rebounds against the taller Irish 7540. NOTRE DAME G F P T halftime lead and built its margin | R° esler Schnurr ,. 4 4-6 Matthews 4 4-5 Finnegan 0 to 32 points at 7543 with 10 min-| Reo . utes left to play. Dearie _ At this point, coach Adolph Romanowski Rupp began substituting, but the fighting Irish could not slow down the Wildcats' powerful offensive machine. Not only did the Wildcats 0-2 0-0 3-3 4-6 0-2 Logan Advances In Kokomo Tournament Logansport's entry in the hardwood tournament at Kokomo, B and N Sinclair, advanced to the semi-final round by -defeating Bunker Hill. 8348 Saturday night. The local entry meets Sheridan at 3:30 p.m., today, and the winner will play in the finals tonight. Berries Lose In Championship Tilt Marion Tourney Richmond 76, Marion 64 Logansport 64, Frankfort 55 Frankfort 79, Marion 66 (Consolation) Richmond 85, Logansport 59 (Championship) MARION—The Richmond- Red Devils were too big and too hot for the Berries Saturday night and the local team lost the final game of the Marion tourney 85 to 59. At the first quarter stop the Red Devils held a 24 to 18 lead which they increased to 42 to 28 at half-time. Their lead grew to an insurmountable 68 to 44 fay the third pole. Charles Wright paced the Red Devils in scoring with 22 points. Fred Hillis scored 21 for the Berries while Chuck Fiedler was second with 13 points. AFTERNOON GAMES Logansport's Berries overcame a one-point.Frankfort lead at the 'end of the third quarter to defeat the Hot Dogs 64 to 55, while smooth, balanced scoring by the Richmond-Red Devils^ gave them a 76 to 64 victory over the Marion Giants in afternoon action. The Berries, were ..ahead 12 to 6 at the end'of the first quarter, and held a 25 to 23 lead at halftime. •A free throw jy Wes Parmeter tied the score early in the final quarter, and with his field goal .the Berries -took a 45 to 43 lead. On two occasions in the final quarter the Berries held a 10-point lead, 53 .to 43 and 55 to 45. Logansport applied a tremendous defense against the Frankfort squad. • Ron' McMains, who fouled out, had led the Hot Dogs in scoring in previous action. Wes Parmeter deserved much of the credit for holding down McMains' The Berries had shown a strong scorm S • in Saturday afternoon's defense in their afternoon tilt with Frankfort but appeared tired as they took a beating'from Rich- consolation game the mond. In the host Marion Giants took an early 10-0 lead and were ahead of the Hot Dogs 25 to 12 at the first stop. The Giants' held only a one- point lead at half-time with the score 37 to 36. The Frankfort team captured a decisive lead in the third quarter and were ahead 58 to 49 at the third quarter stop. Junior forward Jeff McMurtrey paced the Hot Dogs with 27 Sheridan defeated Galveston 73-55. j points while Charles Pipe: In other tourney games Satur-1 high for the Giants with 17. day afternoon the Kokomo Nation-1 al Guard edged UAW 685 by a| count of 74-62, while Schembre I Frankfort tagged Elwood 62-45. jDowden B and N: Williams 11, R. How-1 McMurtrey :r was Consolation Game FG FT PF ell 4, Maloy 18, H. Howell 10,] McMains 8 Bender 8, Butch Jones 18, Hipsherj Ransom 5. Bob Jones 9, Conn. Bunker Hill: Cain 13, Hudson 4, Blue 7, Hollenback 7, Ellis 8, Sulivan, Clymer sparkle on offense allowed. Notre Dame but only they three points in the last seven and a half minutes. With 4:08 remaining, Rupp removed Nash. Soon he. cleared the Kentucky bench but the Wildcats continued to extend their margin, hitting the century mark when Doug Pendygraft connected on a free throw in the final 20 seconds. Kentucky jumped to an 11-0 lead 5n the first 2:40 and the closest Notre Dame ever got after that was nine points. Senior Carroll Burchett and Larry Pursiful each had 15 for the Wildcats and Roy Roberts added 14. Ed Schnurr, and John Matthews had 12 each for the Irish. Rupp Feldhaus Baesler Pursiful Andreoli 2 2-2 Totals 1817-2616 KENTUCKY 0-0 1-1 0-0 McDonald 2 0-0 0-0 Roberts 6 2-3 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5 5-6 Nash 12 7-7 Deeken 1 1-1 Pendygraft 7 ,.. 0 Harper 0 Atkins 0 Doyle 1 Critz 0 Burchett .... 0 0 1 9 2 3 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 6|953 Toledo Loses First F ? T Road Game To Butler INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The University of Toledo, defeated only by Dayton in an eight-game home stand, lost its first basketball road game of the season Saturday night at Butler University 74-61. The score was tied six times in the second half after Butler led 29-23 at the intermission. Toledo led twice in the second period and 2 4 4 2 14 15 2 15 31 Totals 4118-2317100 Notre Dame 29 24-53 Kentucky 47 53-100 Attendance 16,925. 'had a best margin of 3 at 43-40, After the last tie at 45-45, Butler made the next 12 points, including a free throw on a technical against Toledo coach Ed Melvin for criticizing the officials. Gerry Williams got the first 6 in the Moudy Hauenstine Richards Purcell Lowden Totals Marion Keys Broomfield Owensby Piper Henry Short Decker Totals 3 4 0 0 1 1 28 FG 3 4 5 8 5 0 2 27 0 9 1 4 4 0 0 2 2 23 FT 0 1 0 1 1 2 7 12 2 4 5 0 3 0 1 2 2 19 PF TP 4 3 2 4 4 4 0 21 game. Chuck Fiedler, star senior forward for the Berries, led the team in scoring during the second half, after Buddy Smith had paced the Berries in the first half. Early this month Fiedler was injured in a game in which the Hot Dogs beat the Berries 67 to 46, and he was out of action until a week ago. In overall scoring Fiedler paced the Berries.with 23 points, while Tom Ransom led the Hot Dogs with 18. The Giants started their tilt with Richmond with an all senior lineup and the Red Devils piled up a 13-point lead at the first pole. The Marion team used mostly juniors for the remainder of the game and played on even terms Cincinnati Wins Holiday Festival W 7-7 J-to Garden NEW YORK (AP)-Cincinnati's national champions thrashed Wisconsin 101-71 .to capture the Holiday Basketball Festival Saturday night before 15,346 Madison Square Garden spectators. Dayton whipped La Salle 81-67 to take third place and St. John's defeated New York University 7757, for fifth place in the opener of the triple-header for fifth place. The underdog Wisconsin, who had gained the finals with upset victories over Providence and Dayton, simply could not cope with the taller and more experienced Bearcats' speed and over-all ability. Wisconsin made a game of it for 10 minutes but once the Bearcats went into full throttle they left the bewildered Badgers far behind. The victory was the ninth of the season for Cincinnati against one defeat and its second over Wisconsin this season, Cincinnati center Paul Hogue, who scored 23 points, received me writer's vote as the most valuable player of the tournament. In addition to his point total, Hogue played a fine defensive game holding Ron Jackson, Wisconsin's scoring ace, to 16 points. with the Red Devils. Richmond j ral 33 High School Basketball Southwestern (Shelby Co.) Tourney Southwestern 52, Hauser 46 (consolation) Brown County 60, Arlington 53 (final) Goshen Tourney Goshen 73, Middlebury 56 Wabash 53, Concord 51 Clinton Central Tourney Crawfordsville 49, Clinton Cen led at each of the quarter stops: 19 to 6; 39 to 24; and 76 to 64. K. Lee Moore paced the Red Devils with 18 points, while Charles Piper scored an equal number for the Giants. Richmond FG FT PF TP Chenoweth 5 5 4 15 Moore Championship Game Logansport Fiedler streak on two free throws. fielders and two It's that time! Time to greet old and new friends... to thank you for your patronage and to wish you the very best of everything in 1962. IKIjfllKI &£wmtu* Larry Jones of Toledo was high scorer of the game with 27 points, one more than Butler's Tom Bowman. Pitt Takes Third In Evansville Meet EVANSVJJJLE Ind, (AP)—Five >layers scored in double figures 'or Pittsburgh Saturday night in an 89-83 victory over Evansville College for third place in Evansville's holiday basketball tourney. Cal Sheffield was high with 19. Tennessee played Yale in the championship game. Sophomore sharpshooter Buster Briley of Evansville, who scored 36 points in a losing cause against Yale last night, hit only 9 of 30 shots from the field and totaled 20 points. Marvin Pruett was second-nigh for the Ac.es with 19. Pitt broke away from a 6-6 tie and never trailed again. It led 4026 late in the first half but Evansville cut the margin to 44-35 before the intermission. The Panthers had a lead of 10 to 15 points through most of the final period. Pitt hit 31 of 58 shots from the field for 53.4 per cent, Evansville 32 of 99 for 32.3. Pitt improved its record to 54 and Evansville still had a good 6-3 mark. points O'Rourke W. Parmeter Hillis W. Smith Gundrum L. Parmeter Taylor Heinrich M. Smith Black McBride Totals Richmond Chenoweth Moore Satterfield Wright Kinder Houston Stanley Thornburg McCoskey Var Pelt Byrd Siders Totals FG 3 4 0 6 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 19 FG 1 3 4 9 9 4 0 'l 0 1 1 1 34 FT PF TP 7 2 0 9 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 21 FT 8 0 3 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 3 13 .> 10 2 0 2 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 17 !i9 PF TP 0 4 4 1 1 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 18 10 11 Satterfield Wright Kinder Byrd Houston McCoskey Stanley Thornburg Totals Marion Joyce, Dave Joyce, Doug Smith Decker Detamore Keys Henry Short Broomfield Piper Needham Totals Logansport Fiedler O'Rourke W. Parmeter Hillis W. Smith Gundrum L. Parmeter v> FG 5 7 6 2 7 0 3 1 0 0 31 FG 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 8 9 0 30 4 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 13 Rossville 74, Clinton Prairie 57 Clinton Prairie 53, Clinton Central 52 (consolation) Rossville 70 Crawfordsville 65 (final) Terre Haute Tourney Terre Haute Gerstmeyer East Chicago Roosevelt 39 Bloomfield 65, Bloomington 51 East Chicago Roosevelt 64, Bloomington 62 (two overtimes) Tipton Tourney Tipton 90, Anderson Highland 72 Salem 71, Winchester 38 Anderson Highland 73, Winchest- 0 1 er 65 (consolation) 0 Tipton 91, Salem 77 (final) 76 Seymour Tourney PF TP Brookville 66, Huntingburg 43 Seymour 79, Lawrenceburg 63 Lawrenceburg 76, Huntingburg 69 (consolation) Brookville 70, Seymour 62 (final) Franklin Central Tourney New Palestine 57, Indpls Scecine 49 Franklin Central FG FT Heinrich :i \ McBride Taylor Totals Frankfort McMurtrey Dowden McMains Ransom 85 Shooting: Logansport, 19 of 59 FG attempts and 21 of 28 FT attempts; Richmond, 34 of 79 FG attempts and 17 ofr 23 FT attempts. We Wish You A CREE INSURANCE AGENCY 224 S. Third Logansport, Ind. 7 2 3 2 6 1 2 0 0 0 23 FG 3 3 4 0 1 0 1 1 3 4 4 1 3 1 19 PF 1 1 3 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 12 FT PF Moudy 5 0 1 0 0 0 24 Richards Louden Purcell Hauenstine Hindshaw Summary Shooting: Logansport, 23 of 65 FG attempts and IS of 26 FT attempts; Frankfort, 24 of 55 FG attempts and 7 of 15 FT attempts. HOW CAN HE MISS?—New York Giants coach Al Sherman gets a big laugh out of a football with a handle presented to him by a fan as the Giants showed up for their first practice session at Green Bay, Wis., Saturday. The Giants meet the Packer* for the National Football League title today. (UPI Telephoio) COUE GE BASKETBALL SCORES ECAC Holiday Festival At New York Fifth Place St. John's (N.Y.) 77, New York Univ. 57 Championship Cincinnati 101, Wisconsin 71 Far West Classic At Portland, Ore. Jifth Place California 85, Mich. State 72 Seventh Place Portland 69, Michigan 63 Quaker City Tournament Seventh Place Niagara 77, Perm St. 70-ot Firth Place Championship VJIlanova 69. Iowa 56 Third Place Duquesne 88, Penn f>7 Holy Cross 83, Wyoming 69 Gulf South Classic At Shreveport, La. Seventh Place Northwestern (La) St. 65, La. Tech 63 At Shreveport, La. Third Place Hamline 85, Miss. Southern 64 77 Indianapolis Classic " Franklin 78, McKendree 74 Indiana Central 107, Wilmington Non tournament Illinois 88, Colgate 50 Duke 75, Wake Forest 73 Kentucky 100, Notre Dame 53 Auburn 62, Florida State 57 Butler 74, Toledo 61 Xavier (Ohio) 95, Western Ky. !3 . Manhattan SO, Northwestern 77 Kalamazoo 91, Manchester 61 Albion 75, Earlham 46 60 76 Wilkinson Big Eight Basketball Tournament At Kansas City Hoosiers March To Abandon N-Testing INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Thirty women — a few husbands and about a dozen children — marched outside the Statehouse Saturday •afternoon to demonstrate their support for a nuclear testing banj CRAWORDSVILUEj Ind. (AP) —Two Crawfordsville youths were Charges Two With Burning His Back and universal disarmament. Mrs. Barta Hapgood Monro, Indianapolis, one of the marchers, said the women came from Terre Haute, North Manchester, Greenfield, Plainfield and Indianapolis She said they plan to repeat the march' every month "But next time, I hope it's warmer," she added. The .women belong to an informally organized national group known -as "Women's Strike for Peace." They marched for an hour-in front of the Statehouse with signs that read: "Shelter Us With Peace," "Peace or Piece s ," "Don't Poison charged with assault and battery, Saturday after a third youth said they squirted lighter fluid on his back then touched a match to it. Arrested were Joe Bruton Jr., 20, and George T. Demoret, 19. Both were held in the Montgomery County jail. James L. BeU, 19, Crawfordsville, told police the pair assaulted him early Friday morning in Bruton's apartment. Bell said they had been playing cards and he fell asleep. He said while he was shaving early Friday morning,' lighter fluid was squirted on his shirt and lighted. Scetina 79, Wilkinson 73 (two overtimes) (consolation) Franklin Central 66, New Palestine 48 (final) Huntington Tourney Huntington 53, Hammond Clark 41 Oak Hill 67, Whiting 47 Whiting 50, Hammond Clark 43 (consolation) Huntington 64 Oak'Hill 54 (final) Anderson Tourney Muncie Central 72, New Castle 64 Kokomo S4, Anderson 76 Anderson 73 New Castle 63 (consolation) Anderson 73, New Castle 63 (consolation) Kokomo 91, Muncie Central 61 (final) Union Twp. Tourney Lynn 75, Mount Summit 56 (consolation) Union Twp. 55, Selma 51 (final) Elkhart Tourney Hammond 93, Valparaiso 68 (consolation) Elkhart 69, South Bend St. Joseph's 51 (final) Waynetown 63, CM! Creek 46 Franklin, 1C Win Classic Contest INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Hoosier Conference teams carried off all the honors in the Indianapolis Classic which ended Saturday night with Franklin defeating McKendree 78-74 and Indiana Central walloping Wilmington 107-77. In the Friday night session, Central beat McKendree and Franklin defeated Wilmington. Willie Williams scored 27 points for McKendree in the final session but the Illinois team couldn't catch up after trailing 43 - 30 at the half. Hal Sampson was high for Franklin with 21. Fifteen men scored for Central's Greyhounds' against Wilmington. Our Food'With Nuclear^ Tests," j After he tore of£ his shirt( Bell said Bruton and Demoret then s et fire to more fluid which had been squirted on his back. Bell' suffered second degree burns on his back. and "Peace Through Universal Disarmament." JOCKEY'S FATHER DIES CAMDEN, N.J. (AP)-Anthony Boulmetis, 70, father of jockey Sammy Boulmetis, died Friday in his nearby Westmont home, was a retired tailor. He Bruton and Demoret were held in jail in lieu, of $1,000 bond each. They are scheduled to appear in Crawfordsville City Court Tuesday. Fifth Place Kansas 69, Nebraska 68 Seventh Place Colorado 76, Oklahoma St. 67 At. St. Louis Consolation Semi-final William Jewell 61, DePauw 59 Motor City Classic at Detroit Championship Detroit 77, St. Bonaventure 70 Consolation Round De Paul 96, Syracuse 59 Evansville Tourney Third Place Pittsburgh 89, Evansville 83 Queen City At Buffalo St. Joseph's (Pa.) 66, Canisius 63 Poinsettia Classic Consolation Furman 89,.Clemson 63 Sugar Bowl At New Orleans Consolation Louisville 83, Maryland 64 Gulf South Classic Fifth Place Memphis St. 79, Murray (Ky) 67 Grissom Listed Among Outstanding American Young Men TULSA, Okla. (AP)—America's second man in space and two prominent Kennedy administration officials were among ten outstanding young men of 1961 named Saturday by the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. The 10: Capt. Virgil L (Gus) Grissom astronaut; Newton N. Minow, Federal Communications Commission chairman; Theodore C. Sorenson, presidential adviser; F. Ray Keyser Jr., Vermont governor; Dr. A. Edward Lilley, radio astronomer; Peter G. Peterson, president of the Bell & Howell Co.; Dr. David E. Rogers, chairman of the Vanderbilt University Department of Medicine; Dr. Stanley G. Sturges, a missionary to Nepal; John Diebold, president of the Diebold Group Inc.; and Dr. Harold Brown, director of Defense Department research and engineering. They will be honored at an awards ceremony Jan. 19-20 in Santa Monica, Calif. Grissom 35, a native of Mitchell, Ind., rode America's second manned rocket into space last July 27. A 1950 graduate of Purdue University, he flew 100 combat missions during the Korean War and served as an Air Force test pilot before he was selected for astronaut training. Election To Fill Rayburn Seat Set AUSTIN, Tex. (AP)—Gov. Price Daniel Saturday set Jan. 30 as the date for "a runoff election-fa select a successor to the late'Speaker Sam Rayburn in the 4th Congressional District. ' The date for the special election was announced after an official canvass of the Dec. 23 voting confirmed unofficial reports of a runoff between State Sen. Ray Roberts of McKinney and former Strikers Arrested lit Fight Near Plant BROOKVILLE, Ind. (AP)—Four striking employes of the Sperry Plastics Co. here have been charged with assault in connection with alleged attacks on non- striking' employes. Arrested were William Shepherd, Neal Leece, John Horn and Paul Wolfe. They were taken into custody Friday after a Franklin County grand jury returned indictments. Each was .released under $1,000 bond. The charges grew out of the latest -incidents in the S-month- Tom Moran and Jerry Lewis were high with 16 apiece. Larry Clark led the Ohio team with 20. Central led 60-35 at the half. All American Bowl Major, College All-Stars Small-College .All-Stars 0 31, National Basketball Association New'York 123, Cincinnati 119 Syracuse 109, Detroit 108 District Court Judge R: C. Slagle -™ Jr. of Sherman, Both campaigned i sbepher i an d Leece „«, is "Sam Rayburn Democrats. I >" The official canvass showed Roberts with 8,154 Slagle with 5,945. votes and DUKE WINS GREENSBORO, N.C. ('AP) Duke's lOth-ranked Blue Devils nipped'Wake Forest 75-73 Saturday night in a basketball ihrillfir that was in doubt until the final gun. The nonconference battle between the two arch rivals drew a sellout 9,800 to Memorial Coliseum. Toronto 5. NHL Detroit 4 with assault and battery in alleged attacks on non-striking workers Dec. 22 outside .the plant three miles south of the- city. Horn is charged with assault with a deadly weapon, and Wolfe with assault and battery for alleged street incidents in Brookville last.Aug. 7. The four men' are members of Local 905, International Union of Electrical Workers which went on strike April 17 in a dispute over dues checkoff. The company hired other workers and has continued to operate

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