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SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1958 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE FIFTEEN UPSETS MARK OPENING ROUND IN BIG TEN I.U.Wins First Test In Big Ten come Illinois' field goal accuracy. The Illinis made 42 pei cent of their shots from the floor, while the Badgers hit on 30 per cent. The loss left Wisconsin with a record of five victories and four losses this season. BUCKS SPILL SPARTANS COLUMBUS, Ohio W — Ohio BLOOMINGTON, :nd. I/PI—Indi- j State, a basketball doormat in ana's Hoosiers' defending eo- pre-conference games, Saturday champions jf the Big Ten, opened ! night scored a major upset by a new conference basketball cam-1 troucing Michigan State, 70-56, in paign Saturday by outlasting j the Big Ten opener for both Northwestern's Wildcats, 68-65, af- teams. Michigan State, the de- Meet The Cass County Coach ter the score was knotted seven times. Jerry Thompson of I. U. made two free throws after the gun. Archie Dees, 6 foot - 9 Indiana center who was Big Ten scoring champion last year, was held to 14 points by Northwestern's 6- foot-9 Joe Ruklich. But Dees broke the seventh tie, 54-54 with 7:31 to play, on a three-point play. The Hoosiers held a thin lead the rest of the way in the regionally televised daylight game. Northwestern built up a 31-23 lead late in the first half. Thompson, Dees and Allen Schlegelmilch cut the Wildcats' margin to 34-32 am! Frank Radovich, 6-foot-8 Indiana sophomore, tipped in a basket for a 34-34 halftime tie. Thompson, with 23 points, was Indiana's high scorer for the first time this season. The Hoosiers won only one of seven pre-conference games. Indiana committed only seven personal fouls and the Wildcats picked up only seven points at the freethrow line. Indiana made 16 of 16 free throws. William Jones scored 20 points|__ and Ruklich 17 for Northwestern,' t 0 a scoring famine for six min- fending conTerence co-chairman and a title favorite, had a 7-1 record going into the game. Sparked by Larry Huston, Ohio State jumped off to a 12-0 lead. It took Michigan State four minutes to score its first goal and after five minutes the Buckeyes held a 16-2 lead. Michigan State closed the gap to six points midway through the first half but a Buckeye surge in the last three minutes of the half added nine points to the OSU score while Michigan State managed only four points. MICHIGAN STOPS IOWA IOWA OITY, IOWA W)—Experience and balanced, scoring paid off for Michigan Saturday night in a 73-65 conquest of Iowa in their Big Ten basketball opener Four of the Wolverines rained in points in double figures. Michigan's seasoned team, regarded as a trouble-maker in the conference championship race, didn't look like it would cause the Hawkeyes too much trouble in the first twit. After a spurt at the 1 ^~,t tKo Wolverines later ran in- which made a 5-3 record in pre- conference contests. N'WESTERN G Jones 9 Warren 4 Ruklich 7 Mantis 6 Campbell 0 Johnson 3 Totals 29 INDIAXA G Thompson 9 Radovich 4 Dees 6 Hill 0 Schlegelmilch 6 Gee 1 Totals 26 P 4 4 3 2 1 1 F 2-3 1-1 3-3 0-1 0-0 1-2 7-10 15 F P 5-5 5-6 2-2 2-2 1-3 1-1 16-19 20 65 13 68 ILLlNI WIN MADISON, Wis. UP) — Illinois back several Wisconsin Saturday night be- turned threats fore downing the Badgers, 64-59, as both teams opened their Big Ten basketball schedule. In defeating the Badgers, the Illini won their seventh game in eight games this season. Don Ohl hit seventeen points for the Illini in the first half and added four after the intermission as he took individual scoring honors. Walter Holt secored 16 points for Wisconsin. Jllinois held Bot Litzow, Wisconsin's leading scorer, to two field goals and a free throw. The Illini quickly overcame a 4-0 Wisconsin lead as the game opened and grabbed a 19-9 ad vantage with only nine , minutes gone. Wisconsin began pressing snd went ahead 28-27 on a layup by Holt two minutes before the intermission. However, utes and trailed 35-32 at the intermission. But they tied it up within three minutes of the second half and Michigan guard George Lee hit for five straight points to put the Wolverines 43-40 and forward M. C. Burton, who finished with a high total of 21 points, aided by center Pete Tillotson, paced Michigan in the final drive. Iowa fell apart when the Hawk's top scorer, Dave Gunlher, fouled out with about six minutes left.. Berries NipWabosh In O.T V Kokomo Is Next Ro. Center Nipped By Middies 5 MIDDLEBURY — Royal Center's Bulldogs, sporting an 11.-0 win string, saw its perfect record blemished here Saturday night, when the Middlebury Middies, also an unbeaten northern small school power, nipped them 57-53 in a hectic and hair raising clash. Several times the Royals shot| and sent" them'to ~Y victory that into the lead, once by seven points should be a big lift as they prepare in the second period at 23-15 and f or the North Central Conference two other times by five points, the ga me at Kokomo next Friday last at 43-38 when the third period night, ended. However, the ball control Middies fought back and caught the Royals at 49-all with 1:51 left in the. game and then hustled into an 8-point lead of their own to offset the Bulldogs last ditch drive and win by four tallies. Middlebury now has a season mark of 11-0 while the Bulldogs and 11-1. It was only the third loss in two seasons for the talented Royals, who are regarded as one For a time it looked like the Logansporl's Berries had to turn; \v 8 bash—Ridenonr, Lavcngood. on full steam to catch a hot| To , n)ple 4 _ D 0 . Jg herty 1, Leonard shooting team of Wabash Apaches j g nob j net t LaSalle 7, Brook, in regular time and then beat ^^..^ j Gaien> Eckcrt) Vickery. them in an overtime battle at Wabash Friday night 82 to 78. Larry (Butch) Jones hit two free throws with 49 seconds left ^o tie the score at 74-all and send I the game into an extra period. That's what the Berries needed Cage Results FREE SCORING GAME National Guard AIW No. 734 defeated the Tank Co., National Guard by a score of 115 lo 84 on Friday night in the armory gym. CHALMERS BEATS WEES BURNETTSV1LLE — Chalmers much-beaten Apaches would bowl halted the Burr.ettsville Bees in over the Berries as they shot into a high scoring ball game here a 23-19 first quarter lead, held a Friday night 75 to 66, taking a 44-39 half time edge and were still; 17-13 first quarter lead and keep- ahead after rushes and counter- rashes in the third period 82-57. Wabash shot ahead 66-57 before the Berries began lo move and Logan finally moved within two points at 72-70 as Jim Moss tossed in a side jump shot. Kenny Miller, THE RUSSELL BROWNS, Royal Center (Staff Photo.) (Sixth o! a scries of weekly fca-Iaid out the track back of the lures recognizing Cass county athletic coaches.) A man, who holds track and basketball in toe same high esteem, is in his eighteenth year of coaching high school youngsters. That's Russell Brown, a native of Peru, whose Royal Center Bulldogs currently are the rage of these parts. The Royals swept the Wolcott holiday tournament last week to extend their unbeaten siring to 1" consecutive triumphs, Brown is a firm believer in the theory that participating in track and cross country programs help to develop outstanding basketball Previously the Wolverines resort- 1 players. ed to set shots from the outside . He has engineered, the construe. tn -snarl the Hawks' defense and broke the game open by drv- in ft shots' tmder^eLsket. Michigan didn't find the range until the second half when they made 17 of 37 tries at the basket after a .259 shooting percentage in the first half. In addition to Burton, Tillotson, and Lee, Jack Lewis hit in double figures. Gunther was high for Iowa with 18 points. Hawkeye sophomore Nolden Gentry snared 23 of Iowa's 45 rebounds. Michigan got 55 rebounds. KLINE HITS 31 MINNEAPOLIS MV-Jump shooting George Kline burst out of a scoring slump with 31 points Saturday night and Minnesota blunted Purdue's driving second half comeback for an 83-76 victory in the teams' Big Ten basketball opener. Trailing by 14 points shortly 1 fore' halftime, Purdue melted the Gopher lead to 2 points midway dumped in a jump shot and two free throws as Illinois took a 3129 halftime lead. Wisconsin opened the second half by tying the score Sl-31, but soon feel behind and never got closer than three points during the rest of the action. Wisconsin hit 19 of 24 free throws and did some fine be- bounding in an attempt to over- i!; c , through the second half. But Kline and Whitey Johnson rescued the Gophers with pressure shooting at critical moments. Kline, the 6-4 Minnesota captain whose mediocre scoring was a major disappointment in Minnesota's non - conference games, pumped in 16 points in the first half and 15 in the second while . , tion ot several cinder tracks. Brown built the oval at Twelve Mile and when he moved to Royal Center nearl y seven y ears a S°' school building, so the Bulldogs wouldn't have to do their running at Rea Park. His interest in this sport stemmed from his active participation at Eastern of Howard county and began his tenure at Royal Center in the fell of 1951. . His county basketball trophy shelf includes two at Akron, one at Twelve Mile and three at Royal of the best small school teams in, the kid whom the Berries faced the state.. They have won 32 games | twice this season, once against track and cross country both Center _ ^ Bulldogs wotl the 1955 at Peru high school and during his collegiate days at Ball State. He ran the mile and two mile events. Buss began his coaching career in 1940 at Van Buren township in Brown county, a locale he remembers well for the outdoor basketball goals. Brown spent a year at Butler township in Miami county, then two seasons as an assistant at Columbia City. After two years at Berry Bowl sectional, bowing to Monticello in the regional. Brown instituted a cross country program at Royal Center and won the county title the first year. Under, his direction, the Bulldogs have copped three track crowns and several baseball and softball championships. He met his Wife, MaVijean, of Twelve Mile, at the Victory ordinance defense plant near Mexico while losing those three matches. The game was one of the best tests for the Royals who hadn't faced a control-ball style of play and but for a few minor errors might have turned back the upstate club. Jerry Berkshire and Jim Holcomb each hit 14 points to pace the Bulldogs while Bill Newcomb chipped in 10 more. What hurt the Bulldogs was the fact that Gene Barr, veteran forward, picked up four personal fouls late in the second quarter and had to sit out well over a quarter of the 'battle. Middlebury was paced by Rex Krider with 1/7 points, his last basket putting the Middies ahead for good at 51-49. His brother, Roth Krider, who had been the team's! Rochester, and again at Wabash ing it ttie rest of the way. Chalmers—Nesius 23, Gnllinger 11, Chamberlain 2, Wessell 10, Townsley 2, Christopher 21, Spradlin 6. Burnetlsville—Stroud 21, Best. 3, Guy 2. Hines 12, Crowell 12, Ridenour 16. , » last night, hit a side shot to put Wabash ahead 74-70 but Jim Sweet caged a short fielder and that set the stage for Butch Jones' two big free throws on Kenny Miller's charging foul in the final seconds. Balanced Scoring The victory drive was paced by Larry Cart who shot in 21 points, Butch Jones with 18, Jim Moss with 13, Ronnie Jones and Jim Sweet with 12 each, showing the balance that the Berries had in scoring. Larry Layton popped 23 points lo pace Wabash while Wally Bahler scored 14, Dave Wit lard 13 and Kenny Miller 12 to keep the Apaches in contention throughout the game. Wabash didn't look much like MIAMI COUNTY TOURNEY PERU—Pairings for the annual Miami county basketball tourney were made Saturday at the office oi county superintendent of schools, John Davisson. Nine :eams will compete for honors ;his week. Previously ten teams had played but a change in the tourney card was necessary when Macy school disbanded and its pupils went to Rochester. The tourney draw foOows: Thurdsay, Jan. 9 7:00—Peru B vs. Gilead. C: 15—Bunker Hill vs. Mexico. Friday, Jan. 10 6:00—Converse vs. Butler Tp. 7:15—Clay Tp. vs. Chili 8:30—Deedsville vs. Winner gam* Akron, he went to Ridgeville in and they were married in 1943. Randolph county. Moving to Cass county, Russ served three campaigns at Twelve Mile. He coached the next year house. Thirteen-year-old son Jimmy is in the seventh grade, while LuAnn, 2, helps her mother around the Indiana High School Basketball SATURDAY SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Itadianapolls Tourney Tech 65, Manual 55 Attucks 77, Shortridge 55 Tech 65, Attucks 62 (overtime) (final) Evansville Tourney Evansville Mater Dei 48, Owensville 46 Fort Branch 75, Evansville North 49 North 49, Owensville 44 (consolation) Fort Branch 76, Mater Dei 56 (final) Franklin Tourney Indpls. Saored Heart 48, Franklin 47 Martinsville 60, Greenfield 59 Franklin 76, Greenfield. 71 (consolation) Martinsville 61, Sacred Heart 47 Brake Special VMUE • ANY lour*. • CA « Here's what we rfo: 1 Remove ftont wheel* and inspect lining. 2 Inspect, clean and repack {root wheel beaf*- 3 Inspect brake driHM*. M Chech and add broke * fluid if needed. 5 Adjust the brake shoes to secure fwM contact with drums. A Carefully lest brakes. Johson was bagging 25, including 9 for 9 from the free throw lie. Bob Fehrman topped Boilermaker scoring with 17 points and Willie Merriweather had 15. But it was speedy, fancy-passing Harvey Austin who piloted the Purdue raily which cut the Boilermaker deficit from 40-28 at the half to 49-47 with 12 minutes to go. Purdue got within 3 or 4 points several times thereafter but Minnesota summoned the scoring of Kluie and Johnson whenever the Boilermakers threatened to overtake the Gophers. Minnesota sprinted to a 14-8 lead after 5 minutes, primarily .on the scoring of sophomore Ron Johson. Purdue later solved Johnson's scoring by doubie teaming him but couldn't contain Kline's jump shots and driveins or Whitey Johnson's long bullseyes and free throw accuracy. The clincher was Whitey Johnson's bank shot from 10 feet that made the score 76-70 with some 2 minutes remaining. Austin and Wilson Bison had 14 apiece for Purdue. Purdue had a 5-3 record in non-conference play and Minnesota was 4-2, not count- ig a victory over the alumi. Anderson Highland Tourney Knightstown 56, Middletown 43 Alexandria 40, Anderson Highland 38 Alexandria 68, Knightstown 66 (overtime) (final) Valparaiso Tourney Indpls. Scecina 83, Chesterton 81 Valparaiso 63, Goshen 53 Goshen 76, Chesterton' 65 (consolation) Scecina 65, Valparaiso 62 (final) Richmond 67, La Porte 50 New Castle 71, Elwood 56 Otterbein 45, Fowler 42 Rochester 71, Peru 64 Eastern 49, Bunker Hill 48 Arlington 77, Knightstown Memorial 33 College Basketball Fort Wayne Concordia 81, Fort wM-Mary 55 Indiana 68, Northwestern 65 Duke 67, NYU 60 Colgate 79, Army 77 Virginia 74, South Carolina 68 Ohio State 70, Michigan State 56 Kentucky 76, Georgia Tech 6 Tennessee 67, Vanderbilt 55 Hampden Sydney 68, Norfolk but sub Doug Miller came in to •hit five fielders for 10 points and that was enough to give the Middies an edge. Royal Center led 16-11 at the quarter, it was tied 30-all at the lalf and the Royals led again 4338 at the close of the third period. Then Middlebury came on fast in the last two minutes to win. Middlebury also won the B team contest 52 to 40. Summary: Royal Center FG FT PF TP Barr Newcomb Berkshire Wayne Central 73 Marion 55, Huntington 49 Mississinewa 87, Jefferson Twp. Renssclaer Tourney Francesville 51, Lowell 32 (consolation) Rensselaer 51, Goodlaad 33 (final) Whiting Tourney Lebanon 60, Hammonc Clark 37 (consolation) West Lafayette (final) 66, Whiting 55 firestone STORES Dial 3922 3rd and Eel River Ave. PURDUE Greve . Fehrman Eison Austin Merriweather Kehrt Cummings McCormick Totals MINNESOTA Kline Hamilton Ron Johnson Rog Johnson Miller Rodberg Anderstrom Jeppesen Wright Olson Griffin Total* ... G 0 7 6 5 4 1 2 2 27 G 12 0 5 8 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 90 F 2-6 3-4 2-2 4-5 7-8 0-0 2-3 2-5 22-33 21 F P 7-12 2-3 1-3 9-9 0-3 0-0 1-2 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 J3-3* P '4 S 3 1 2 0 4 2 T 2 17 14 U 15 2 6 6 76 T 31 2 11 25 8 0 1 1 4 0 0 Middlebury 57, Royal Center 53" "Anderson St. Mary's 67, Decatur Catholic 62 Pendleton 59, Frankton 52 Center Grove 54, Speedway 49 Kokomo 72, Rossville 57 Monmouth 69, Hartford Center 54 Terre Haute Wiley 60, Plainfield 50 Fort Wayne South 67, Elkhart 40 South Bend Central 83, Warsaw 55 Trafalgar 89, Mount Auburn 67 (overtime) Berne .1, Leo 52 Ossian 92, '.'' arren 68 New AI o a o y 68, Eva.is'rti! Bosse r: Hammond Noll 36, Sheridan 34 (2 overtimes) FRIDAY SCORES Elkhart 64, Frankfort 45 (Grant Co.) 61 Sweetser 56, Van Burcn 50 Montpelier 65, Fairmount Clay Twp. 50, Marion Bennett 46 Scottsbarg 67, Paoli 39 Jeffersonville 68, Bedford 56 .Thorntown 63, Waynctown 48 Michigan City 56, Fort Wayne South 53 (overtime) Tcrre Haute Gerstmeyer 67, East Chicago Washington 60 Kendallville 59, Auburn 42 Sheridan 60, Greencastle 46 Anderson Madison Heights 55, Summitville 48 Sullivan 48, Terre Haute State 45 Griffith 66, Portage 47 Hammond Morton 56, Hammond Tech 55 South Bend St. Joseph 90, South Bend Washington 64 Etna Green 67, Pierceton 60 Tippecanoe 58, Tyner 50 New Paris 71, Millersburg 60 Wakarusa 70, Baugo Twp. 55 Warsaw 47, Knox 46 Monterey 65, San Pierre 41 Lapaz 57, Grovertown 39 Culver 55, Bourbon 51 DeMotte 65, Wheatt'itld 56 South Wliitley 66, Mentone 48 Argos 57, Bremen 53 Washington-Clay 55, Nappanee 52 (overtime; Medaryville 71, Pulaski 39 Atwood 67, Leesburg 43 Mount Ayr 66, Tefft 33 Wolcott 56, Kentlar.d 3.. Klondike 63, Ambia 51 ' Camden 56, Monon 47 Freeland Park 38, Pine Twp. 37 Brook 75, Remington 62 . Brookston 64, Morocco 55 Buck Creek 72, Cutler 46 Colfax 48, Mulberry 46 (overtime) MedaryvHle 71, Pulaski 39 Montmorenci 64, Reynolds 42 Kirklin 48, Carmel 47 Oxford 52, Williamsport 49 (S overtimes) Chalmers 70, Burnettsville 66 Idaville 65, Buffalo 40 Terre Haute Garfield 75, Evansville Reitz 55 Evansville Central 60, Washington 50 Princeton 67, Boonville 45 Vincennes 75, Jasper 55 Winslow 56, Tell City 48 Anderson 54, Shelbyville 49 Middletown 62, Yorktown 37 Frankton 63, Westfield 52 Richmond 74, Virginia Tech 73 West Virginia 100, Washington and Lee 71 45 North Carolina 71, Wake Forest 5 Michigan 73, Iowa 65 Ft. Knox Tankers 78, Hanover 70 Minnesota 83, Purdue 76 Illinois 64, Wisconsin 59 Clemson 73, Maryland 66 Davidsot. 56, VMI 52 Massachusetts 68, Colby 53 Anderson 104, Oakland City 91 Villa Madonna 89, Indiana Central 71 Valparaiso 81, Ball State 72 Cincinnati 77, Tulsa 70 Alabama 70, Mississippi 44 Arkansas 57, Texas 55 Texas Tech 66, Rice 63 Bradley 73, North Texas St. 53 Texas Christian 71, Texas A&M Holcomb Lesher Benson Hendryx Totals Middlebury Steele W. Lambright Roth Krider Rex Krider Yoder D. Miller J. Miller Totals 3 4 6 6 2 1 0 21 FG FT PF TP 1. record of 3-6 going into this fracas. And the Berries had plentj of trouble getting into high gear in order to catch the fast moving Apaches. Once they got it tied and entered the overtime the Berries worked a bit smoother and made their efforts count. It was the seventh win as against 3 setbacks for Coach Jones' Berries. Logan hit 32 of 79 shots afield for 40.5 per cent and added 18 of 29 free throws. Wabash outre- bounded the -Berries 49 to 44, doing most of it in the first half and the early part of the third period. Once the Berries got started they dominated both boards. The B Berries had a much easier time of it in the prelimin' ary with reserves playing prae tically all of the last half for a 43 18 win. Logan led at the quarters ll-l, 18-4 and 28-11. Ronnie Schwering hit 11 points to set the pace for Logan as Tim Wagner and Butch Meade helped out with Saturday, Jan. II 1:00—Winners Games 4 and 5 2:15—Winners Games 2 and 3 8:00—Championship. 10 22 13 13 57 "PLOTTER" BLASTED BEIRUT, Lebanon W) — An explosion rocked an apartment louse Saturday, killing three persons including a 9-year-old boy. The apartment house was owned by Nabih Mimeh, brother of a Syrianarmy officer accused in Damascus of plotting with the United States to overthrow the Syrian regime. 2 16 each. Summary: Logansport B, Jones R. Jones Fiedler FG 5 4 0 9 FT PF 8 2 4 4 0 8 3 TP 18 12 21 48 Georgia 59, Louisiana State 56 Tulane 84, Florida 75 Mississippi State 70, Aiuburn 42 Loras 80, Illinois Tech 73 Dayton 69, De-Paul 60 Dartmouth 82, Yale 70 St. Louis 87, Pittsburgh (Pa) 85 Wheaton 65, Akron 61 Vincennes 55, Marian 53 (overtime) Bvansville 81, DePauw 71 WALSH TO RESIGN MADISON, Wis. UK—B o x i n g coach John J. Walsh, whose University of Wisconsin squads won YMCA SCHEDULE Here is the Monday evening schedule of YMCA basketball games in the A League: 6 p.m.—Vikings vs. Killers. 6:45 p.m.—Tigers vs. Stars. Broozers (drew bye). B League contests: 7:30 p.m.—Terrors vs. Hawks. 8:15 p.m.—Powerhouse vs. Grinders. The games will be played in the old high school gym with Bob Burnett and Bill Platt officiating. Next Af fempf To Fire Moon In March WASHINGTON I/?!- Space traffic out of the Cape Canaveral, Fla., Missiles Test Center may become heavy with Vanguard rockets by the end of March. This prospect was raised in a statement Saturday by Dr. John P. Hagen, director of the U.S. scientific satellite project Vanguard, who said the launching of a 2114- pound baby moon is still planned CATS WIN WAI/DSTONE, England W — Noisy cats sent sleepless John Cotter to the hospital early Saturday. He dislocated his shoulder throwing things at them from his bedroom window. STORM IN SOUTHWEST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A storm swept into New Mexico and the Texas panhandle Saturday night, covering the area with heavy -snow, sleet, rain and fog. Sweet 6 0 3 12 Gibson 2024 Moss 6 1 2 13 Cuppy 0202 Totals 32 18 19 82 Wabash FG FT PF TP 1C. Miller 5 2 S 12 Bahler 5 4 4 14 J. D. Miller 3248 WiJlard 5 * J 13 Layton 8 7 4 23 Enyeart 3006 Glazier 1002 Totals 30 18 19 78 B Berries— Wagner 10, Kiesling 2, Jordan, Streu, Tuberty 6, Hoover, Meade 10, Maple 4, Gast, Sdiwering 11, Fritts, Nichols. for March. CARDS COACH QUITS CHICAGO (B— Ray Richards resigned Saturday as head football coach of the Chicago Cardinals "for the best interests of everyone concerned." ALL-STARS WWIN TUCSON, Ariz. W— The College All-Stars, scoring on their first offensive play, crushed the Tucson Cowboy professional team 56-28 Saturday in the first Optimist Bowl football game. PRO BASKETBALL Detroit 81 Philadelphia 78 Syracuse 115, Boston 108 TRADE-IN YOUR OLD SHAVER ON BELL'S PLANES - -. More than a decade before the eight NCAA team titles in 22 sea- j Wright brother^ made ttieir first sons, plans to resign at the end of the 1958 season. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Boston 7, New York 4 Montreal 2, Detroit 1 successful flight at iKtty Hawk, Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, was experimenting wJHi jet-powered flying propellers. Bell called them "winged flywheels." 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