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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 16, 1957
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Eight Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Monday Evening, December 16, 199T. 2 Tournaments On Week's Cage Program Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY , . I Pairings were announced today for the invitational basketball tournament at Washington township gymnasium on New Year's Day. Washington township will vie with Galvcston at 1 p.m.; Tipton township versus Kewanna at 2:'15; the consolation game al 7 p.m., and the finals at 8:15. All four teams are ranked fairly high in local competition, and John Stork, principal of Washington township, said they expect some close, thrilling battles. Logansport At Peru Tuesday, Home Friday loiters Ford And Camden Scene Of Pre-Holiday Meets Two pre-ChrLstmas holiday tour nament programs will be served to area basketball fans this week, while Logansport backers may watch their Berries in a pair of non-conference encounters. The Camden Red Devils entertain three Carroll county quintets in a four-way attraction, begin- r.ing Thursday and ending Friday night. Other participants are Deer Creek, Burlington and Cutler. Leiters Ford is the scene of a tournament involving the host Aubbeenau'bbee Township Braves,. Grass Creek, Monterey and Ham-i Cubs paid $40,000 bonus several seasons ago and a promising outfielder, Baseball is news 365 days per year. It's probably the only, sport that can make that statement . . . Chicago created some headlines during the past week on both the north and south sides. And judging from the chain reactions from a couplo of trades, White Sox and Cubs fans in this area aren't very happy with the front office maneuverings. Rush, Minoso Chicago Favorites tet's take the Cubs first. That swap which sent South Bend Kiley's own Bob Rush to the Milwaukee Braves appears to be one of the most lopsided in many seasons RuSh is a good pitcher. It's remarkable that the big guy was able to win over 100 games for a seventh and eighth 'place, ball club with ineffective hitting and fielding behind him Don Kaiser, a young pitcher for whom the let. Like Camden, it will start on!Eddie"Haas, went to Milwaukee with Rush. Thursday with the championship' game set Friday. Logansport completes its only "road" trip of the .month Tuesday, invading Peru to meet the Bengal Tigers and r?new an ancient rivalry. The Berries then return home to entertain a hot shooting team of Elkhart Blue Blazers Friday. - The unbeaten Royal Center Bulldogs also swing into action twice during the meet. They're at home to the Francesville Zebras Tuesday and tangle with Kentland in another Mid-West conference encounter Friday at Kentland. A Carroll county headliner pits the visiting Delphi Oracles against Flora at the Badger goal hall Friday evening. The Akron Flyers, rejoicing ever a seven-game winning streak, shoot for No. 8 without defeat against the invading Argos Green Dragons. . ' Tdaville has a Wednesday 'date with the Monitor Commodores from Tippecanoe county at Burn- etlsvi'.le and Wolcott entertains Brook Friday in a Midwest conference contest. ' Winamac's Indians strive for a Hoosier loop victory Friday'at the expense of an improving Rossville Hornet quintet and the Rochester Zebras will pay a visit to Culver. Washington Township is the only o'.her Cass county school doing double'duty this week, goin? to Buffalo Wednesday and visiting Shrrpsville Friday. The comp'.e'e schedule follows: TUESDAY Logansport at Peru Young America at Burnettsville Francesville at Royal Center Talma at Monterey Beaver Dam at Deedsville WEDNESDAY Washington Tp. at Buffalo Now, 'What did the Cubs get in return for all this property? Not much, apparently. Taylor Phillips, who won 3 and lost 2 and compiled a wretched 5.55 earned run average while laboring in the Milwaukee bullpen phis Catcher Sammy Taylor, who hit a robust .257 at Atlanta. Wow! ... We hope Ernie Bonks is still around to open the 1958 campaign. Minnie Minos:, a solid .300 hitler in five of his seasons with the White Sox, is gone. So is Larry Doby, who although he never quite lived up to his fence-busting reputation at Cleveland, still was Chicago's No. 3 run producer ... We know Senior Al Lopez loves strong pitching (who doesn't?), but unless other deals are pending to acquire some talented RBI men, those hurlers might not get the runs needed to win . . ,. Some writers devised this appropriate quip: "The White Sox will shoot seven lead-off batters at the opposition, then follow up with Catcher Sherman Lollar and the pitcher." Today's Sport Parade (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP)— The college; basketball season is barely under ! way but you can just about fill ; out your All-America ballot today ; for five exceptional stickouts who! figure to rule the roundball roost I Low Pressure System Used On Grid Volts come winter hail or spring high , water. EDITORS NOTE: This is the first of 10 dispatches on the fool, ball bowl teams The dispatches Collegiately they represent; wil , cover thc t( ; ams in thc Ga . every section of the nation. Ye,, to r, Orange, Rose, Sugar, and if ' UNBEATEN TEAMS DWINDLE Upset Fever Spreading In Cage Circles Trouble Ahead For North Carolina In Minnesota Game By JOHN GRIFFIN United Press Sports Writer .What happened to Bradley and Totre Dame in the weekend's big •lasketball upsets could happen ;his week to North Carotin? and Kansas when the nation's top two ;eams run into some mighty rough competition. Bradley, last year's National Invitation Tournament champion rated No. 4 in the nation this sea- da >". 6 ?- 53 - Lafayette, seeking re- Champs Risk Perfect Mark , INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — They cleared the deck today for the last heavy firing in the first half of the 1957-58 Indiana high school basketball season, with fireworks promising to reduce'the major un- beatens to Itss than a dozen. •South Bend Central's defending state champs risk their 35-game section top the list with eight victories. The others- were: Six The All-Winning wins—Fort Wayne Indianapolis Cathedral. South, Five wins—Indianapolis Tech, Lafayette, Jeffersonville, Evansville Bosse, South Bend Central, Fort Wayne Central. winning streak, second longest; Four wins—Terre Haute ^ at- ever hung up in the state, in road games at .East Chicago Washington-Wednesday and in the. "game of the week" at unbeaten Lafay- etie Saturday. The once-defeated East Chicago crew made it three in a row against South Bend Riley Satur- was handed its first defeat, 82-76, by visiting Seattle Saturday When All-America hopeful Elgin Baylor scored 26 points. Notre Dame, ranked No. 10 and hailed as the Midwest's top independent team, bowed to previously winless Marquette, 78-64, in perhaps an even bigger surprise. What more warning could national champion North Carolina have as it prepares to extend its winning streak, which now stands at 36 games after a 70-58 romp over South Carolina? Coach Frank McGuire's Tar Heels will have- to prove their right to rank No. 1 when they face Minnesota Friday night in the first round of the University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament at Lexington, Ky. That could be the end of the Tar Heel streak right there, but if they win they might have to face Kentucky, the nation's No. 3 learn, in the final Saturday night. And that could be one of the season's top games. ' Kansas no'w has w,on five straight this season, including Saturday's 66-54 victory over St. Joseph's (Pa.). Jayhawk 7-f o o t e r Wilt Chamberlain was appearing before his "home folks" in Philadelphia and came through for 'them with 31 points as he sank vetige for a 54-36 loss to the state champions in the afternoon round of the "state" last March, se°ks its sixth straight at the expense of North Central rival Frankfort Wednesday. , Fourteen major quintets entered pre-holiday firing or a two-week field. Three wins—Evansville Memorial, Indianapolis Washington. Two wins—Evansville Reitz. Cathedral and Washington clash in the Capital City Friday. In other choice games, Tech and city rival Attucks tangle at Indianapolis Tuesday, as do Bosse and Central in Evansville. High-flying Jef- tucks, Fort Wayne Central at Marion, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer at Fort Wayne South, Aurora at Madison. Eight major outfits bit the dirt for the first time last week, three Saturday. Indianapolis Shortridge absorbed a72-53 lacing at Kokomo, Forty-Niners Favored Over Detroit Lions Meet In Playoff For Western Title In Frisco Sunday By the United Press The San Francisco Forty-.Niners, , „ r> r " i. j or- surprise team of the National whose Don Bowling hooped 26 ^ , . , rt/vn(c vmronji/»i; Mine dirndl/in hv . ." . points. Vincenncs was thrashed by Garfielcl, 65-45. Terry Dischinger and Charlie Kehrt combined for 44 points for the winners, and Elkhart dropped a 65-54 East NIHSC clash to Mishawaka, which was are three-point favorites lo win. more gold next Sunday by whipping the visi'.ing Detroit Lions in a playoff game for the Western Division title. led by Johnny Weber's 23 markers. I The win host whelmed Hammond, 71-38. Gerst- • ,, .... '""<= '' le 8™ 29. layoff still untouched. Madison City at Elwood, Anderson at and Scottsburg in the southeast j Muncie Central, Kokorno at At- fersonville hosts South Central | meyer made it five in a row after j Conference foe Sholbyville the same day. Evansvilie Memorial gambles with its unbeaten status against city rival Lincoln Thursday. Major scraps Friday include Hartford Detroit and San Francisco Hall's Zt points. Elwood remained unbeaten in the Central Conference by beating host Warsaw. 65-53. Ailing Darrel McQuitty paced the winners with 18 points. Eligibility Rules to Evansville To Be Tightened in Big 10 Oppose UCLA CHICAGO (UP)—Big Ten faculty . representatives were expected to i give final approval to a stricter j eligibility rule for athletes and a Top Contest On College Schedule INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Evans- I0-game football schedule when vii 'e of the Indiana Collegiate Ohio State Gets Cup as No. 1 Team NEW YORK (UP)-Ohio State 1116 _ llllal u _ ull u , „ University was honored as the na- next caucus at the University ofi a to " gh lme retaining ina, status they convene in March. The group closed the books on their winte'r meeting Saturday, voting in both proposals but leaving the final decision up to its Conference and Anderson of the Hoosier Conference were Hoosier- land':> only two remaining unbeaten college basketball teams today, and Evansville may have lion's No. 1 Ci'Iegiate football i Illinois in March. I this week. final regular season games Sunday. The crippled Lions trailed the Hears. 10-0 at llie half in Chicago but rebounded behind quarterback Tobin Rote to win, 21-13. Three hours later at San Francisco, injured quarterback V.A. Tittle hob- Ked onto a muddy field in the Ihird quarter and sparked i Forty- Niner rally that erased a 20-10 Green Bay Packer lead and produced a 27-20 victory. The Baltimore Colts started (he clay tied for first with Detroit and San Francisco but bowed out of the closest division race in league history by dropping a 37-21 decision to the Rams at Los Angeles. Norm Van Brocklm ended Baltimore's dream of its first litle by throwing four touchdown passes in the' rain. Cleveland clinched Eastern honors Dec. 7 when the Pittsburgh ', Steelers upset the New York team Sunday night when it was; Before lhe o[ficials dosed t]le ! The tough Aces entertain UCLA | Giants. But the Browns appeared presented witht he United Press „;„„,„ ... last week - s mecti n B . Saturday, three days after usher-: set on wovinfi they would have Cup by Frank H. Bartholomew, presented with the United Press The presentation was made to minutes on last week's meeting, J- they had: —Approved the reinstatement of Phil Dickens as head football .. r Novice G. Fawcett, president coach at Indjana by voting to cut 11 of 15 field goal shots, and add- of Ohio State University, on the short , his suspens j on that would ed 22 rebounds. But Kansas will | Sd Sullivan television show (CBS). haye been in erfect until Aug _ 5 "It is my pleasure to ask you | —Rejected a proposal by Iowa to acce p t on benalf o[ Onio state lhat wou[d have clro p pec i tne University, the United Press Cup," j "need" factor in determining fi- if you'll observe their home towns, | Cot ' ton bowl j_ you'll notice that the East still is; turning out the finest crop of bas-i KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP)— ketbail players. : Coach Bowden Wyatt is using the The team which figures is conn-,low pressure approach to prepare posed of: ! his Tennessee Volts for their Ga- Forward — Elgin Baylor, Seat- tor Bowl game against Texas tie, 6-6, 225 pounds, 22, Washington, D.C. Forward • • Frank Howard, Ohio wasmngwn ip. HL DULIAIV l ;• : . • Monitor vs. Idaville at Burnetts-120, Philadelphia. State, 6-6, 219 pounds, 20, Columbus, Ohio. Center — Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain, Kansas, 7 feet, 214 pounds ville •Ttichland Center at Star City. North Manchester at Rochester Gilead at Laketon THURSDAY Tourney at Camden (Cutler, Deer Creek, Burlington, Camden) Tourney- at Leitei-s Ford (Grass Creek, Monterey, Hamlet, Aub- beenaubbee Tp.) FRIDAY Elkhart at Logansport "Washington Township 'at Sharpsville Royal Center at Kentland Tipton Township at Lucerne Galveston at Clay Township New Waverly vs. Sutler Township at Twelve Mile Delphi at Flora Brook at Wolcott Reynolds at Fair Oaks Kewar.na at Francesville _ Fulton at Bunker Hill Argos at Akron Rochester at Culver Rossville at Winamac Medaryville at Remington Chili at Converse Somerset at Mexico Auburn at Peru Tourney at Klondike (Brookston, Darlington, Otterbein, Klondike) Tourney at Camden (Finals) Tourney at Leiters Ford (Finals) SATURDAY Tourney at Klondike (Finals) Guard — Tom Kearns, North Carolina, 5-11, 191 pounds, 20 Bergenfield, N.J. Guard — Guy Rodgers, Temple, 6 feet, 180 pounds, 21, Philadelphia. Experts Favor Cable The man with the best chance to crack into this lineup would ap- Burkemo Wins PGA Tourney, First In 13 Years A&M. The program includes a pre- Christmas vacation for' the players, no formal practice sessions until five days before the game at Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 28, and a generally relaxed attitude all around. The twin factors of recruiting and final exams are responsible for this easy-going 'system. be tested Friday by 20th-ranked Washington and Saturday by California, defending Pacific Coast Conference champion. Bradley and Notre Dame were the or.iy members of the nation's top 10 to lose on Saturday, sixth- ranked Kansas State drubbed Iowa, 86-69, as Jack Parr scored 25 points; seventh-ranked Michigan State routed Colorado, 84-44; eighth-ranked Temple trounced Bucknell, 75-59; and ninth-ranked UCLA crushed De Pauw, 73-48. Lakers Take Worst Defeat By UNITED PRESS Stopping the St. Louis Hawks isn't simply a matter of stopping ,Bob Pettit, as the Minneapolis Coaches have been busy te'lmg Lakers, found out to their sorrow. high school football stars that Tennessee is the finest place possible The Hawks handed the Lakers a 138-na beating Sunday in Min- Bartholomew said, in making the award. "Ohio State was chosen the No. 1 team in the country by ths United Press Board of Coaches —35 coaches from the seven football sections of the country." Woody Hayes, Ohio State's!athletes to complete their eligibil;- nancial aid to athletes. —Completed a draft of thc 1961 conference football schedule. The representatives voted in the new "Ivy League" eligibility rule on the final day. The rule requires coach, then received the Coach of the Year Award given annually by the New York World-Telegram and Sun and the Scripps-Howard Newspapers. Rochester Bears Bears 3 fo 2 in Hockey League By UNITED PRESS A goal by Eddie Mazur of Rochester has temporarily slowed the Hershey Bears' runaway in the American Hockey League. Mazur clicked for his eecond e to matriculate and the players neapo ij Si one O f the worst Laker S goal of the game at 4:23 of the { _ were equally busy earning their i osses J R history. Pettit, the Hawk third period Sunday night and it "letters in the classroom, although scor i n ' e 'ace was "held" to 17 proved the deciding tally in Roch- real closely to the basketball affi- cionadoes. And there also are glowing words for such as 6-4 Johnny Cox of Kentucky; 6-8 Archie Dees of Indiana; 6-4, Arlen Bockhorn of Dayton, and 6-2 Gene Brown of San Francisco. Other threats are Corny Freeman of Xavier, Ohio; Orby Arnold, Memphis State; Alex Ellis, Niagara; Tom Hawkins, Notre Dame; Johnny Green, Michigan A third reason for the no-pres- A Third Big Reason sure post season preparation may overshadow the other two. After Tennessee beat Vanderbilt to end the season with a 7-3 record, Wyatt said, "the big mistake scoring ace, was "held" to 17 points — but ex-Kentucky star Cliff Hagan stunned the Lakers with 40 points. The Hawks' victory increased their lead in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association to 5% games over Cincinnati. In other Sunday games, the proved the deciding tally ester's 3-2 victory over the Bears. It gave Rochester a 3-1 lead and offset Dune Fisher's second goal ty within the first eight semesters or 12 quarters after initial enrollment. Competition must be completed within four calendar years. The present rule permits eligibility for the first 10 semesters of 15 quarters over five years. Th change was designed • t f . jwu un i/iv/vJiife LIJCJ* w\iuiu nave ing loop war are agams Val-l won w jthout any help as they paraiso. They also have a date to- came from behind twice at Van- night, against St Mary's of Cal- kec stadium to edge the Giants, iforma. Evansvilie won its first defending league and Eastern two Pames flf?a'nat Kontnr-kv nn. ..! : two games against Kentucky opposition. champions, 34-2S. In Sunday's other game, Sam . . , . •« " uuuuu.r .1 Vfinti £,ti..IIV, OO1II Anderson s 7-game string ap-[Baker scored all the points in lead- peared safe against Indiana Teclii il)R (he Re dskins to a 10-3 victory Tuesday and Morns Harvey Sat- over tnc st eelcrs at Washington. urday ' ' I In a Saturday game, thc. Chicago Notre Dame, dumped from the Cardinals edged the Eagles at undefeated ranks at Marquette, Philadelphia, 31-27. Saturday, 78-64, goes against' Loyola 'Chicago) Tuesday and is at Michigan State Saturday. Indiana, loser of its first three starts. • X-CIevcland entertains St. Mary's Thursday., New York Once-beaten Purdue is at DePaul Tuesday and hosts South Dakota Thursday. Thc schedule: Tonight—Concordia at Grace, St. Mary's at Evansville, St. Joseph's to' at Bellarmine. prevent schools from withholding Tuesday — Loyola at Notre boys from competition in order to , D am , 8| p ur due at DePaul, Ander- stockpile material for future sea- wabash, Indiana "tate at DePauw, sons. Ivy League members are Taylor at Franklin. bound by a similar rule. The 1961 football schedule lists seven league games for Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michi- gan'and six for the others. Corn- Wednesday—Valparaiso at Evansville, Eastern Illinois at Indiana- State. Thursday—South Dakota at Pur- pletion of the 1952 slate was left i due > s . 1 - Mar y' s at Indiana, Butler for the March conferees when work bogged down in disagreement over dates and sites. A. schedule allowing 10 games instead of the present 9 would be- of the game for Hershey at 7:35. come effective in 1959 if given a In other Sunday games, the sec- final okay by the March meeting I made was pushing the boys too' Syracuse Nationals beat Cincinnati 15-2. ond-place Cleveland Barons moved within nine points of first place by downing Providence, 5-2, and last- place Springfield upset Buffalo, as is expected. Americans consume 42 million asprin tablets daily, the Health News Institute reports. at Wisconsin, DePauw at Ball Stale, Eai'lham at Heidelberg, Manchester at Hanover, Indiana Central at Huntington, Wabash at Bellarmine, Oakland City in McKendree tourney. Friday—Vincennes al Rose Poly. Saturday—Notre Dame at Michigan State, Michigan at Butler, UCLiV at Evansville, Anderson at Morn's Harvey, Ohio Wesleyan at Wabash. Washington Pittsburgh Philadelphia Chicago Cards Eastern Division W L T Pet 921 .818 750 .583 561 .455 5 R 0 .455 480 .333 380 .273 Western Division W L T Pet 840 .667 8 4 0 .667 750 .583 6 6 0 .500 570 .4,17 3 9 0 .250 Detroit lian Francisco Sallimore Los Angeles Chicago Bears Green Bay X-Clinched title. Today's Rosulis Cleveland 34 New York 28 Washington 10 Pittsburgh 3 Detroit 21 Chicago Bears 13 Los Angeles 37 Baltimore 21 San Francisco 27 Green Bay 20 Chicago Cards 31 Philadelphia 27 Next Sunday's Gamen Detroit at San Francisco < playoff.) Pittsburgh at Chicago Cardinals The word Arkansas is a French variant of Kansas which is a Sioux Indian name for "south wind peo- hard, too early." This early push produced consecutive wins over Maryland, State; Bailey Howell, Mississippi North Carolina and Georgia Tech State; Johnny Lee, Yale; Temple but by the time the Vols reached Tucker, Rice; Dave Gambee, Ore- the Mississippi and Kentucky dfero win a PGA - O vi medal play tournament, the $15,- gaon State; Earl Robinson, California; Milt Kane, Utah; Tony Windis, Wyoming, and Ron Loneski, Kansas. But the big five, barring injuries will be Baylor, Howard, Chamberlain, Reams and Rodgers. One thing you can say for such a quintet is that any coach in the country would take it without making n substitution because 'it forms such a well-balanced team. Each is in his natural position. "Take Charge" Guys Kearns and Rodgers both are extremely fini; backcourt men who are labeled as "take charge" guys.' While "only" six feet tall, Rodgers is known as the "col'.e- Bob Cousy" because of his 000 Sanford Open. Burkemo, the Franklin Hills, Mich., pro who is a feared rival in man-to-man match play, "beat the Scoreboard" and two stout contenders as he posted a 269 for 72 holes for a one-stroke victory Sunday. The two contenders, home pro Jay Hebert and Ed (Porky) Oliver of Canton, Mass., finished in a second-place tie at 270. games the players were too finely drawn. Wyatt does not want this to happen again. He feels five clays of intensive practice at Sunny Ponte Verda, Fla., will be sufficient to get Tennessee in top shape. "We'll be in good running condition," Wyatt said, "and at full strength for the game." In good form, Tennessee will show Bear Bryant's Aggies a small but highly mobile line which has prohibited major liberties by 10 opponents and a sound, if unspectacular, single wing offense. Gordon Key Man Tailback Bobby Gordon is the key man in the Tennessee attack. He is not an exceptionally fast all-around ability. Kearns gives 1 runner but is powerful and gets tor the second, time in two nights, 109-83, and the 'New York Knicks rallied to beat Detroit, 116-109. away ordinarily vital inches yet has the speed and talent to make up for that deficit. Baylor and Howard both are tremendous rebounders who can run with blazing speed, jump like jackrabbits and shoot, with uncanny is, of course, accuracy. Chamberlain Chamberlain. He could go to "the pros right now and make the grade without any question. Al- Hne downfield blocking, long a Tennessee trade mark. Gordon is an average passer and uses the forward aerial sparingly, but he is one of the best punters in the country. The long booming kick is a vital segment of the* Vol offense. ,>ci.uuu*L/mi,c ut; t»t tiiv, . . . •- , Tied for fourth money at 274 , tnou ^ s ; )V f n feet tal1 he ls ex ' tremely f.-ist and agile. As an m- •were Al Balding, young Canadian playing out of Miami Beach, 'and Art Doering of Fox Chapel, Pa. Next at 275 came Bo Wininger, Odessa, Tex.; Tony Lema, Elko, Nev.; Dow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla., and Marty Furgol, Lenient, 111. TOURNEY CLIMAX PUT OFF MONTEPELLO, Calif. (TJP1- The final round of the 1:5,000 Mon- tebellow Open Golf Tournament, rained out Sunday, will be played Wednesday. Gene Littler of Sing- Ing- Hills, Calif., has a .36-hole score of 134 to lead John McMillan of Sacramento, Calif., by one ttrok* in the 54-hole competition. dication, lie ran the 440 in 49 seconds flat and high jumps six feet, five inches. One thing-that any All-America candidate needs without letup is Publicity. These five are certain to get as much as anybody in the iand. The fact that it isn't merely publicity makes their chances extremely bright . GROTA ADDS TWO NEW YOiiEJ ('UP)— The two field goals Lou'Groza of the Cleveland Browns kicked against the New York Giants Sunday gave him a total of 148 during his 12- year professional football career. Oscar Robertson Scores 36 Po ; /*s CINCINNATI '/?)^Sophomore sensation Oscar Robertson dropped in 36 points to lead Cincinnati to a 79-68 victory Saturday • night over Xavier in the championship of its invitational basketball tourney. The former Indianapolis Attucks prep star hit 11 fielders and. 14 of 14 freethrows. INDIANA BASKETBALL Purdue 70 Nebraska SI Missourf 78 Indiana 73 Marquette 78 Notre Dame 64 St. Joseph's 74 Indiana State 51 Anderson 97 Hanover 6G Taylor 89 Indiana Central 85 Ball State 61 Franklin 49 Butler 73 Wabash 63 HaHmark Christmas Cardt When You Carl Enough To Send The Vary Best COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana If there's a bowler in your house— Ijet us solve your Gift Problem with a GIFT CERTIFICATE For A New * Bowling Boll * Bowling Shoes * Bowling Bag * Toy Bowling Set for thelCids Just phone 5956 and ask for "Tony" or "Guido" LOGAN BOWLMOR 217 E. Broadway The only tkin^ more enjoyable) than a noliaay is a holiday that includes. 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