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Logansport, Indiana
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 26,1958 THE PHABOSrTEDBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOKT, IXDIANA PAGE NINE IOWA'S RALLY BEATS MINNESOTA 73 TO 71 Wordlaw'slS Points In Relief Decides It MINNEAPOLIS (&-A. pressure- shooting Clarence Wordlaw, a bench rider in the first half, rallied losva to a 73-71 victory over Minnesota in a televised Big Ten basketball thriller Saturday. The 6-2 Chicago junior pumped in seven field goals in 11 tries, most of them from long range, and added a free throw for 15 points in the final 20 minutes to •nullify a brilliant two-man show by Minnesota's Ron Jornson and George Kline. 1'owa hit a blistering 51 per cent of its shots from the field in handing Minnesota its first home court popped in 22 points and four other Lions roared through with tallies in double figures to put the Lu cerne club over the top. Don Heiden caged 21 points and Dick BookwaHer hit 17 to be top gunners for the Milers. Twelve Mile won the B game 41-29. Twelve Mile FG FT PF TP Shafer 324 Grable 0101 Helms Kantzer Heiden Babb defeat of the season. . Xead Johnson hit 30 points and Kline j Moss 25 but Wordlaw's deadly blasting Bookwalter gave Iowa the edge in a tingling j Totals teeter-totter game which saw the ] L uccrnc lead change hands 16 times. j R 0 bj nson It ended wildly for the Williams' | B Cunningham arena crowd of 7,646 when Mmne- . Myers sota's Jerry Rodgers stole the ball Bride , and dribbled to the free throw cir- *' cle to fire a last-gasp shot in an ii effort to tie the score with onei" c " K " .,,„„, second left. The ball skidded off R- Cunningham the rim. lotals 1 0 0 5 0 3 0 3 14 Meet The Cass County Coach USGA Hits Pot-Split For Pros 18 60 FGG FT PF TP , „„'„,, IOWA G Gunther 8 Swift 5 Gentry 3 Washington .... 1 Heitman '2 Nau 4 Seaberg 2 Mundt 0 Wordlaw 7 McConnell 1 Totals 33 MINNESOTA G Kline 8 Anderslrom . Ron Johnson Rog Johnson Ronberg Jeppesen .... Hamilton .... Totals ..,.,. Iowa Minnesota 1 .12 4 1 0 1 27 F 3-5 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 • 7-17 F 9-12 0-0 6-9 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-3 17-26 43 15 73 4 5 0 8 6 10 0 33 15 77 TIPTOX TIGERS KOLL Coach Harlan Bonsett's Tipton Tp. Tigers rolled past the Grass Creek Panthers in a fast ball game at the Washington Tp. gym Friday night 80 to 49. The Tigers, using a balanced attack, led by Maurice Frantz with 22 points, Doug Lake with 19 and Jim Hammond with 16, took a 20-15 quarter lead, made it 40-30 at halftime and led 65-38 going into the final round. Rich Fields and ,. , Jim Fields led the Panthers with I f™ ^." 29 points between them. Summary: Tipton Tp. Berries Tag Trojans; Play Jeff, Hammond The Max Quarks, Galveston Staff Photo (Last in a series of weekly arti-j enrolling at Manchester college. Texas, a rising basketball power cles recognizing Cass county ath- Quirk played football and bas- in the southland. j-ketball as a freshman, but gave;" Q u , irk was s t ra nded without a letic coaches.) A banner season in the life of! Galveston's athletic coach was 1948 — that's the time when the Sharpsville high school basketball . d standi d d er . ; M Sheridan to snare the sectional OJ Frantz 2 Grant 71! Hammond 39—73 Pownell 39 32^17 Bulldogs, Tip/on, Lucerne Chalk Up Victories Frit/ay ROYAL CENTER — The Royal Center Bulldogs swept past the Monon Railroaders in a Midwest Conference game here Friday night to preserve their unbeaten status in the loop and move a notch closer to a second straight title. The score was Royal Center 73, Monon 51. The Royals have only two big ones left in the league, Wolcott •next week and Brook at the end of the Campaign. The Bulldogs had no trouble in this one moving to a 17-4 first quarter lead, holding 32-16 halftime edge and leading 51-31 going into the final stanza. Jim Holcomb led the Bulldogs with 20. Jerry Berkshire hit 18 in a balanced display of shooting. Johnson and Bailey each tallied Lake Guy Ksndrixson Prc-iser Williams Carey Helvie Totals Grass Creek Young J. Fields R. Fields Showley Huffman Jones Totals 13 to lead Monon. Royal Center G. Barr Newcomb Berkshire Hendryx Holcomb DePoy McKinney Benson Lesher Totals Monon Volimer Amick Martin Johnson Bailey McColly Runk ' Jones Totals FG FT PF TP 15 7 4 8 1 8 0 3 0 1 _ 32 9 13 73; Deer Creek FG FT PF TP Snavely 18 FG 10 2 . 6 0 9 1 1 1 0 3 2 35 FG 2 3 4 0 3 1 13 FT PF Tp| Cage eham P ionshi P- 2 2 22! M ' ax Quirk readily admits 'We 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 0 4 2 2 0 5 4 0 4 1 24 FT PF 1 4 9 4 6 0 2 0 5 2 0 23 2 12 16 19 surprised everybody in town, since there was no single individual outstanding on the entire squad. You might .say we even surprised ourselves." The genial mentor, who's made a host of friends during his rookie coaching year in Cass county, served two years in the army, before Cage Results RICHLAND NIPS FULTON up athletics to concentrate on his studies. He graduated in 1954 with a bachelor of science degree in physical education, history and social studies. Three years coaching at Macy in Miami county followed, where Quirk was able to muster only 21 boys in the entire high school enrollment. Nineteen of these reported for basketball. He is credited with developing Bob DuBois, one of the sharpest shooters to perform in this area. DuBois pushed points through the hoop at the rate of 26 per game last year in scoring 585 markers and thereby earning a scholarship to McMurry college of Abilene, Golf Assn., at its annual meeting, acted Saturday to prevent pre-arranged "prize-splitting by pros in its two National Open tourneys. Probably hitting at a reported pot-splitting of the big $5,000 first prize in last year's "World" tourney at Chicago's Tarn O'Shanter, the USGA adopted this rule: "A new condition of entry into the Open and the Women's Open championships will require professionals to certify that they have not entered into and will not enter into any arrangement whereby any competitor could have a financial interest in any other competitor's prize money." Although this practice has not been mentioned in connection with the U. S. Open which carries more prestige than cash, the new rule presumably stemmed from 1957 Open champion Dick Mayer's rich victory in the "World" meet at Tarn. After the "World," Mayor's wife told a reporter that her husband had agreed to pay fellow pro Al Besselink $5,00 from his purse, if he won. If Besselink had won, he would have paid Mayer $5,000. Splitting first and second money—in playoffs — is regarded a common practice for tournament titles, for obvious economical rea-i Logansport's Berries, heartened by their sparkling 88-77 victory over the New Castle Trojans in a North Central Conference game on the road Friday, return to home floor action this week with a pair of contests against Jeff of Lafayette on Friday and Hammond on Saturday. The Jeff game is another NCC show in which the Berries will be meeting the current leader of the league. Jeff has stumbled only once in the loop, losing to Muncie. Central, a team the Berries defeated earlier in the season. Hammond has been up and down in its rebuilding year but can be a dangerous foe. The Berries win over New Castle was sparked by a 29-point performance on the part of veteran guard Larry Cart. It was a free-wheeling, free- scoving, speed-crazy game from start to finish. Neither side operated too well on defense and Logan had a bit the edge on offense, maneuvering tie Trojans into re- peated fouls that gave them free chances, an item mat finally decided the match. Each team hit 31 field goals while the Berries caged 26 free throws to 15 for the Green and While, that being the difference in the league struggle. The victory put the Berries into a 3-2 edge in the XCC and gave Ihem a 9-5 overall mark for the season. It was the Trojans fifth straight loss in the tough NCC, who are definitely better than .heir record indicates. The Berries ; iad trouble pulling sons. school and a team to coach this fall when Macy officials decided to abandon its building.and transfer the pupils to Rochester for instruction. So Max accepted the coaching responsibilities at Galveston. . Nobody in Jackson township is sorry Quirk came because he has the Cardinals moving at an impressive lt-5 clip for the campaign. Galveston won two games before bowing out of the Cass county tourney last week at the hands of •Royal Center's champions. His wife, Alberta, is a North ... Manchester girl. They have a two-!for first place. The open^will be Also, the practice is known to exist whereby "partner" agree— before a meet—to split top money. There was no penalty mentioned in connection with the rule, but tile inference was that any guilty parties would not be welcome, to future Open tourneys. The new rule may have been aimed at removing any pot-split- Austrians Go Fast In Sled Races GARM-ISCH • PARTENKIRCH- away from the sticky Trojans, .eading by only 16-15 at the quarter, 41-36 at halftimi> and 5952 at the third period. Often the Berries had a five-point lead in (he early going and then promptly lost it and occasionally the lead. But the Barries would keep punching away and finally went ahead to stay shortly before the half when Butch Jones flipped in two free throws to put the Berries in front at 27-33. They never were ahead after that but the Trojans kept it close all the way. Good Shooting Some extra fine goal sniping or. the part of all the Berries kept them up front as Cart led the way with 29 points, Butch Jones hit 19. Billy Cuppy had 17, Ronnie Jones had 10, Fireman John Gibson, ace relifer, had 7 and Jim Fiedler tossed in 6. That balance was too much for the fouling Trojans, who lost four players by that route. Ray Pavy, EN, Germany W-^Auslria's No the veteran performer for New 1 team of Paule Aste and Hans Isser zoomed into the lead at the halfway mark Saturday in the world two - man bobsled championships with the American team well down the list. After two runs down, the icy terantaUors at the 1958 US c<)Ursc . tlle Austrians posted a to- CastJe was <iic leader in scoring with 22 while Dale Foster had 13 anJ Bill Upchurch hit 12 The B Berries weren't quite so fortunate as the Trojan reserves were red hot in beating the locals 62 to 52 in a preliminary match. Lee topped New Castle's drive M ranaors a e . . . . . ______ „ . . . Own ZchwUl carry a record!^ time of 2 minutes, 33.5 sec- j with 24 points while Larry Arth Msnnn r>ri?p Ik 1 - including $8000 onds lo ed S Q out the defending mgton was best for the Berries ?3o,000 prize IIS., inciuamg JJB.UUU -hamninns F.iiPcnio Monti with 10. N»w Tastlfl l«i -it fh» CRICKETS CHIRP FULTON—Deer Creek's Crickets stormed through in the last half here Friday night to defeat the Metea Hornets 59-54 in a hard fought ball game. Metea led 7-6 at the quarter and 25-21 at the half but the Crickets, led by Emmett Herr, who hit 12 points in the third period, moved ahead 44-37 arid went on to win. Herr scored 24 points overall to be top gunner for the game. Carl Fowler led Metea with 19 points. Metea won the B team contest 42 to 24. Metea Paschen Fowler Moss Price FG .FT PF TP 6 D. Wagoner 1 B. Wagoner Totals 0 5 0 0 4 3 12 FG FT PF TP 1 0 3 6 6 1 3 0 20 LIONS ROAR TWELVE MILE — Lucerne's Lions trudged past the Twelve Cohee Baker Herr Dillon Packard Totals 2 1 5 9 1 3 21 17 15 59 CARDS TRIP HATCHETS GALVESTON— The Galveston Cards had a rugged battle on their hands Friday night but finally survived an atta-ck by the Washington Tp. Hatchets to win a har<i Mile cagers in a free scoring game { ou gj,t decision 47-41 in a Cass here Friday night 77 to 60 after i comi(y feature cage clash here, erasing a 17-13 first quarter deficit •, Galveston trailed 14-12 at the to lead at the half 38-30 and at the q uar ier but led 29-22 at the half third period 58-45. Carl Newell an d 35-31 at the third period before winning. Dick Baber led the Cards with 14 r.oints and John Dixon added 10 more. Harold Howell got 11 for the Hatchets while Dave Vance and Tom Newport con tributed 10 each. Galveston also won the B game 50-34. TP 14 to PAMPER - HER GET KITCHEN FRESH • Fannie May Chocolates For Your Vol>ntin» YEAZELS time and Rochester led 44-41 going into the final round. Harold Howard led Rochester with -17 points and Phil Ooplen chipped in 14. Plymouth won the B game 40- <bras nipped the Plymouth Pil- -grims in a Central Indiana Conference cage battle here Friday night 54 to 51. _ _ The game was close all the way MOTL^D CENTER Imchland ?« £*?« ^f ™ ta l* e Center's Wildcats nosed out Fulton's Bulldogs in the last half- minute of play here Friday night 57-56. With less than a half minute to play, Dan Hauser put Fulton on .op with two free throws, 56-55. Seconds later Foor won the con:est for Richland, hitting two from he charity line. Center led at each of the first three stops, 15-14, 35-27, and 43-40. Center also took the B game 34-29. Richland Center: Kerr 16, Foor 9 Campbell 11, Stockberger 10, Walters 5, Kistler 6.' Fulton: Spangler 15, Kingery, Showley 10, 3eckathorn 7, Williams 5, Hauser 19. played June 12-13-14 at Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Okla. Some -150 delegates also ap- at the quarters but foil b*hin-d in Proved a handicap system for year old blonde daughter, Rebecca Sue. AKRON NIPS GILEAD AERON — Akron's Flyers, trailing at half time, bounced back in the second half of the game here Friday night to tag the Gilead Panthers 37-32. Brown hit 14 to pace Akron. No E^^-^L^.^^^.^CU^oc^red 34. Rochester—Coplen 14, Conrad 4, Cloud 6, Howard 17, Fansyer 8, MoConkey 5. Plymouth — Hammell 1€, Nixon 7, Shultz 8, Johnson 4, Girten 2, Y-oder 14." STARS STAR STAR CITY—After a slow start, the Star City Stars defeated the Pulaski Yellow Jackets 56 : 50 here Friday night. Russell Shidler scored 24 points to pace the winners. Joe Kough added-12. Riley Lantz hit 14 for Pulaski's best effort. Pulaski got in front early in the game, holding an 11-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. Star City rallied to grab a 21-16 half time margin and stayed on top, leadini 39-34 at the close of the third thers. Akron took the B game 33-17. Akron: Rhoades 8, Stanley 8, Brown W, Powell. 2, Groninger 5. Gilead: Damron 6, Hartzler 5, Sw-isher 9, Myers 8, Barnhiesel 4. Can't Stop Coughing? TAKE-BUSJAHN'S BROWN COUGH SYRUP used effectively by people in this area for years. $1.00 and $1.45 bottle BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 - 4th Ph. 3774 Galveston FG FT PF Baber 382 Rodabaugh 322 McCauley 000 Dixcn S 4 5 10 Johnson .3026 B. Jackson 203 Freeman 211 Totals 16 15 15 47 Washington Tp. FG FT PF TP JLeffert 301 j Miller 201 Newport 4 2 3 10 Vance S 0 5 10 Howell 19 3 11 Wilson 0 C 1 Totals 15 11 14 41 = Just received a large selection of New Custom-Tailored Seat Covers hi Cl»ar Ploitit — D*lux> Fibr» and Nylon MEHAFFIE'S SERVICE STATION 903 N. 6th 221 - 13th St. TIOGANS TRIPPED ELWOOD—The Elwood Panthers outdistanced Monticello's Indians 72-64 here Friday night. Eight players, four on each team scored in the double figures. Monticello led 19-16 at this first quarter stop but tailed at half time 35-33., Elwood increased its margin to 5346 at the end of the third period and went on to win. Monticello: Zerface 18, Lane 14, Randall 8, Criswell 11, R. Hively 13, McNaught, Hahn. Elwood: Henn 16, Small 7, McQuitty 18, Beasley 16, Morgan 14, Hughes 1. NORTHWESTERN WINS OAMiDEiN' — Northwesiern's Tigers-pulled away in the final period of a-, hard fought basketball game here Friday night to nip the :he last period. Wayne Esserman lit to move the Badgers within striking distance at 67-66 and set ;he stage for Neff's driving finish, iout-hwestern won the B game 34-32. Flora—Oyler 6, Guyer, Eiken- t>erry 10, Esserman 17, Driggs 15, women based on the new handicapping of men players. The USGA Women's competitions in 1958 must be computed under the new formula, based on the 10 best of the last 25 scores, and the women's course rating methods used previously. world champions, Eugcnio Monti and his brakeman, Enzo Alvera, of Italy. The Italians were caught in 2:34.01. America's best showing was made by its No. 2 sled, piloted by John Hellmcr of Plattsburgh, N.Y., and braked by Charles Pandolph of Saranac Lake, N. Y. with 10. New Castle led at the quarters 17-14. 39-23 and 53-32 before winning. Summary: Logansport B. Jones R. Jones Fiedler Cart FG FT PF TP Their time was 2:39.38 and itlCuppy gave them llth place among the Gibson 17 competing teams from nine countries. Craft 7, Neff 13, Mullendore l.| elected USGA president for 1958, Southwestern—Lampe 12, Doodle j succeeding Richard S. Tufts of Chicagoan John D. Ames was The U. S. No. 1 team, with 13, Kerber 7, Julian 13, K. Wright 15, Smith 3, Martin 4. High School Basketball Pinehurst, N. C. The next annual meeting will be held at New York Jan. 31, 1959. Teenagers Get Into 4-Minute Mile Act MELBOURNE UP) — Teenagers are getting 'into the four-minute •mile business now. Herb Elliott, current Australian Dick Severino of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. steering and Clarence Sutton of Hampton, Va., on the brakes, was 13th in 2:40.19. contest Star City: Wentz 8, Lehman 10 Kough 14, Brown, DePoy, Shidler 24, Hiatt. Pulaski: Lantz 14, Hahn 3, Roth 7, Benson 5, Weaver 9 Foerg, Cloud 12. WINAMAC WINS WEST LAFAYETTE — Jerry Mongold hit 12 straight free throws and collected a total of 31 points to lead the Winamac Indians to a 70-59 victory over the West Lafayette Red Devils here Friday evening. March added 21 points to aid the Winamac cause while Engeler's 15 paced the Red Devils. West Lafayette held the lead, 16-11 at the end of the first quarter^but the Indians fought-back to take a 32-31 lead at intermission time. Winamac increased its lead to 53-46 at' the en dof the third round. West Lafayette took a 34-25 victory in the first game. W. Lafayette:. Draper 12, Mc- Camden Red Devils 55 Northwestern led 17-12 to at 48. the quarter, 29-26 at .halftime and Camden hustled into a 41-41 draw at the end of the third quarter before the Tigers got away. Jerry Yerkes led Oamden with 18 points while Neuendorf hit 16 to pace the Tigers. Camden won the B game 25-22. Northwestern —Clingenpeel. 4, Freeland 15, Neuendorf 16, Thompson 10, Miller 8, Maroudy 2, Merrill Camden—Hizer 3, Swayze 13, McCain 2, Yerkes 18, Groninger 3, Ringer 2, Kesterson 7, Bieghler. STREAKS TAG YANKS — Idaville's Clellan 4, Lang'4, Engeler 15, Collins 2, Ditamore 14, Sommer 4, Floyd 4. Winamac: Alexander 9, Lewis 4, Heinsen 3, Mangold 31, March 21, Dunlop 2. MartinsviUe 74, Jeffersonville 70 Evansville Reitz 67, Bedford 59 Elwood 72, Monticello 64 Aurora 48, North Vernon 45 Madison 82, New Albany 71 Lawrenceburg 48, Batesville 31 Brookville 49, Cam-bridge City 46 Alexandria 54, Hartford City 52 Morristown 72, Liberty 64 Noblesvflle 62, Jackson Central 40 Indpls. Wood 63, Greenwood 56 Indpls. Scecina 67, Greenfield 57 Fort Wayne South 71, Muncie Burris 45 Fort Wayne Concordia 81, Columbia City 45 Elkhart 65, Fort Wayne North 54 Ind. Boys' School 40, Indpls. Park 38 (2 overtimes) Huntington 84, Tipton 49 Huntington Catholic 73, Huntington Tw-p. 70 Ben Davis 49, Southport 39 Fort Wayne Central 77, Auburn 40 Franklin 54, Edinburg 49 Anderson 57, Frankfort 47 Eastern 68, Western 51 Richmond 68, Kokomo 52 Bloomington 52, Vincennes 45 Evansville Lincoln 56, Bloomington* University 46 Franklin Twp, 37, Indpls. Sacred Heart 36 Michigan City 76, M-ishawaka 73 • Sheridan 7-1, • Delphi 37 ' _.. . Jndpls. Manual 46,-North Cen-icame with 30 seconds gone and tral (Marion Co.) 45 |shot the Knicks into a 5-2 lead. Scottsburg 72, Grensburg 65 They increased the margin to 11 was timed in 3:59.9 Saturday while beating Ron Clarke by 3 yards. He said he could have run faster had he been pushed. Elliott is the 18th man to break the four minute barrier since Dr. Roger Bannister- first did it on May 6, 1954, with a time of 3:59.4. In.all, the barrier now has been crossed si times by athletes from 10 countries. The fastest time ever recorded is 3:57.2 by Derek Ibbotson of Great Britain, on July 19, 1957, in London. It has not yet been approved as a world record. Green Last To Lose for Yankee Netters SYDNEY (fft— Mike Green was leading Ashley Cooper, defending champion, in the fifth and final in the Australian tennis championships Saturday when the Mi- amian fell heavily, lost his poise and ultimately the match. The 20-year-old Green, who was passed over for the American Davis Cup team, played the best tennis of his Australian tour before bowing to Cooper 6-1,6-2,4-6, 5-7,6-2 at White City Stadium. Tis defeat completed the elimination of Americans from the tourney. Sweet Hayward Dickerson Totals New Casile Upchurch Pavy Foster Hines Summers Sw-ayzee Lockridge Osborne Russell Kinert Anspach Sewell Totals 7 5 4 19 3 4 1 10 3025 9 K 1 29 6 5 4 17 3137 0010 0000 0000 31 2G 1G 83 FG FT PF TP 2 6 3 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 • .12 2 22 13 31 15 27 Officials—Joe Mullins and Walt M-eFatridge of Kokorno. B Berries—Ties 2, Wagner 8, Jordan, Arthington 10. Huston 3, Gast 3, Tu-berty 6, Hoover, Farre]] 8, Meade, Schwering 9, Fritts 3. New Castle—Fisher 18, Phelps 2, Pigg, Lawson 4, Rlley 3, Bergen 3, Kinert 2, Lee 24, Altmyer l, Price 10, Staley. Knicks Top lakers lnProT,ltl28-U6 NEW YORK Wt— The New York Knickerbockers took the lead on Richie Guerin's three - pointer in the opening minutes and held it the rest of the way to defeat the Minneapolis Lakers 128-116 Saturday and move back into third place in the eastern division of the national basketball assn. G»aerin's basket and free throw Green . Young America Yanks in a fast basketball game here Friday night 65 to 54. The Streaks gained a 23-20 halftime lead and went on to win as Dilling led the White county club with 24 points and Harris with 15. Larry Segraves topped the Yanks attack with 16 points. ZEBRAS TMUMPH PLYMOUTH — Rochester's Ze- CUTLER CLIPS CUBS OULTER-Culter's Wildcats using balanced scoring trimmed the Burlington Polar Cubs here Friday evening 59-55. Four Culler players scored in the double figures. Culter led at each of the first three stops, holding margins of 15-: 9, 32-26 and 46-36 before winning.! Burlington took the B encounter 35-27. Cutler: Borden W, Bougher 13, Sheagley 10, Reef 6, Barnard 13. Burlington: Williams 3, Hinkle 6, I Johnson 3, Lomah 6, Oyler 19, Miller 17. La Port 57 South Bend Adams 47 Indpls. Broad Ripple 51, Con- jiersville 36 Indpls. Tech 76, Muncie Central 62 Lafayette 58, Marion 50 Westfield 49, Fishers 48 Indpls. .Shortridge 51, Crawfords- yille 41 Darlington 71, Ladoga 36 ; Waveland 57, Alamo 48 . Reynolds 37,' San Pierre 36 Rensselaer 58, K-nox 54 : A-rgos 49, Tippecanoe 41 Richland Center 57, F-ulton 56 Beaver Dam 56, Atwood 53 Tyner 79, West Twp. 66 Medaryville 56, Aubbeenaubbee 38 Demotte 98, Tefft 31 Monterey 62, Hamlet 59 Bremen 63, Bourbon 42 Silver Lake 62, Mentone 60 North Judson 62, Fran-eesville 37 Warsaw 62, Culver 53 points near 1 the end of the first half and to 20 early.in the fourth quarter. Some 2,500 fans in the 69th Regiment Armory witnessed the nationally televised game in which the Lakers, except for Bob Leonard, turned in a listless performance to drop deeper into the Western Division basement. FLORA WINS THRILLER SOUTHWESTERN—An ex-Soap Box Derby champ, Herman Neff, -revealed his driving skill when he made a driving lay-up shot as the gun sounded to help the Flora Badgers defeat Southwestern here Friday night in. a thrilling teU game 68 to 67. Flora led K-14, 34-25 and 50-47 Goodland 53, Wheatfield 49 Valparaiso 63, Hammond Clark 45 Wolcott 67, Buffalo 41 • Remington 75, Morocco 61 Flora 68, Southwestern 67 Chalmers 69, Battle Ground 50 Brookston 59, Kentland 55 Fowler 71, Culver Military 56 Chili 67, Butler Twp. 44 Jiasper 55, Washington 43 Wabash 68,'Peru 40 Claypool 59, Roann 55 Fairmount 64, Converse 60 CAREFUL DRIVERS SAVE MONEY WITH STATE FARM MUTUAL'S "CARBPUL DRIVER INSURANCE" HARRY "BUD" WATTS 302 W. Market St. Phone 4420 IT'S FROM OUT OF THtS WORLD U. S. 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