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Area Cage Results | FROSH RAP WABASH Coach Harold Jamison's Logan- erry Freshman Reds won both nds of a double bill at' Wabash Wednesday night as the locals con- nued unbeaten in the regular ampaign. The LHS teams won the prelim- lary 51-13 after having trailed -6 at the end of the first quarter, toger lies led the Berries to vic- ory in that one with 13 points and ikhie Carr was next with 8 tales. The Frosh Reds varsity group owned Wabash 50-26 after leading 6-8. 23-13 and 39-20 at the quar- »r poles. Danny Farreli was top unner again with 23 points while harley Myers contributed 13 and [ugh Burns 10 to lead the way. tidenour was tops for Wabash Mth 15 points. The other half of the Logan rosh squad. Coach Howard Gaier's Blacks will perform at Hun- ngton tonight. Summary: HS Frosh FG FT PF TP lyers 5 3 2 13 Sums 4 2 3 10 Velch 0050 ). Farreli 10 3 3 23 Jewton 2014 imberman 0000 , Farreli 0010 IcFatridge 0000 outz 0000 Totals 21 8 15 50 Vabash FG FT PF TP 'Oder 0040 tidenour 6 3 3 15 lummer 2034 . Miller 1315 . Miller 1002 .vans 0020 Totals 10 6 1S 2f > Preliminary: Logan Reserves— imberman 6, lies 13, Foutz 4, 'ewman 4, L. Farreli 4, Carr 8, IcFatridge 7, Shanks 5. Wabash— arvey 2, Lawrence 2, Kr.otts 2, lank 2, Wassman 4, Elzroth 1. MONTERY WINS MONTERY— The' Fliers of Montrey had to fight hard to beat the alma Tigers in a close ball game Ly team rallied in the last half to win 48-40. Buffalo led 14-11 at the quarter and it was tied 17-all at the half. Washington went in front 31-27 at the third period and held it the rest of the way. The Hatchets also won the B game 41-33. Washington Tp. FG FT PF TP Miller 3 6 3 12 Leffert 4149 Newport 5 0 4 10 Vance 2024 Howell . 4 3 . 4 11 Wilson 1002 Bowyer 0000 Martin 0 0 0 '0 Stewart 0000 Sharp 0000 Totals 19 10 17 48 Buffalo FG FT PF TP Van Meter 1042 Han 3 4 4 10 IVesterhouse 1012 Wooldridge 5 5 3 15 I'. Hunt 4 3 4 11 ,;. Hunt 0000 loze 0000 W. Hunt 0. 0 0 0 Totals 14 14 17 40 . LINCOLN, RILEY SPLIT The city's red hot cross-town junior high athletic rivals, Riley's Poets and Lincoln's Railsplitlers, broke even in a pair of games at the Riley gym Wednesday night, Lincoln's seventh graders won the opening mr.tch with some smooth working plays 39 to 9 after leading at the quarters 8-1, 18-5 and 36-;>. Fritz Miller was the top shooter for the eastenders with 16 points but the playmak- ing of Jerry Arnold and Brian Smith, each of whom had 6 points, helped Lincoln to an easy win. Jim Thompson and Dick Higgle each got 4 points to pace Riley. In the second match Riley's favored eighth graders had to come from behind twice to beat off the detennined Raiisplitters, who show gradual improvement each time ou*. Riley finally squeezed out a 27-26 win after having trailed 4-1 at the quarter, 2-9 at halftime and were deadlocked 17-all at the end of the third per- icd. Timely shooting by sub guard late in February in Berry Bowl to wind up the basketball campaign. Seventh grade: Lincoln — F. Miller 6, Dalton 2, Danely 2, Black 2, J. Arnold G, B. Smith 6, Rynerson, McFatridge 4, Fosler, E. Maple, Heinrich 1, Bodell. Riley— Thompson 4, Kloenne, Kerns, Gundrum, Little, Stineberger 1, Maroney, Caughell, Annis, Clark, Campbell, Higgle 4. Eighth grade: Hiley — W. Parmeter 2, Watts, Boyer 4, Bauer 4, Clouse 9, Hipsher, Sanders, Gaby L. Parmeter 8, Englebrecht. Lfn- coin-— Havens 1 Korreckt 4, Taylor, Showalter 5, Wickersham, Busch 3, Dillman, Hillis 3. YANKS WIN AGAIN BURNETTSVH,LE-€oach Dan Ballard's rapidly improving Young America Yanks raced past the Burnettsville Bees 59 to 42 for their fifth win of the season here Tuesday night, leading from start to finish. The Yanks held margins of H-6, 22-14 and 40-28 at the quarter poles. Bill McCoy with 19 points and Ron Ennis with 18 !ed the Young America drive. Don Stroud was tops for Burnetlsville with 16. Young America a!s-o won the reserve game 38 to 25. Young America FG .FT PF TP Segraves 3349 Trapp 2317 Swoverland 0131 McCoy 8 3 1 19 Martin 0000 Turnpaugh 1052 Harness 1123 Ennis 6 6 3 18 Totals 21 17 19 59 Burnetlsville FG FT PF TP Parks 0111 Best 0050 Stroud 7'2 4 1G Hines 2 6 5 10 Coble 0222 Crowe!! 0111 ELston 0000 Ridenour 3218 Johns 1204 Guy 0000 Totals 13 16 19 42 SPYCE SHOP WINS here Tuesday night 30 to 45 after'jerry Clouse, who had 9 points, coming from behind in the first| En d Larry Parmeter, who scored half to lead 26-22 at the intermission. John Keller led the Fliers with 23 points while Deamer was tops for Talma with 19. Talma won the B game 29-28. Talma—Dusenburg 2, Pfeiffer 1, Gordon 4, Deamer 19, Coplen 17, Stinson 2. Monterey— Tom Kelfer 8 J. Reinholt 4, John Keller 23, Minniear 7, Ba .er 8. 8 points, including the winning basket, put Riley over the hump. John Busch pumped in points to pace Lincoln. The last 40 seconds of the game provided a lot of sparkle as Riley went into a 5-point advantage on Parmeter's basket from the corner to make it 27-22, Riley. Wayne Showalter then hit a free toss for Lincoln and Dick Korreckt i followed with another. And with HATCHETS TRIUMPH two' seconds to go Lincoln inter- BUFFALO—The Buffalo Bisonsj copied an inbound pass with Show- played a possession ball game j alter dropping in a basket to nar- against the Washington Tp. Hat-i row the gap to one point at the chets here Wednesday night but finish, it didn't pan out as the Cass coun- The two schools will clash again FOR GLAMOROUS WRIST FLATTERY O OMEGA fabulous watches with crystals twinkling like a fine diamond Watches with fascinating unbreakable crystals ... facet-edged like a diamond . . . aglow "with the soft, pale tints of pastel rose, peridot gresn, sapphire blue or diamond white.WHhin, is the high-precision 17 jewel Omega movement, world renowned for accuracy. WHERE QUALITY REIGNS SUPREME ON MARKET STREET club are asked to contact Gary Packard, Phone 20543. Spyce Shop—DeGrief 7, Willing 6, Piercy 23, Morock 6, Conn 7, Dillon 6. RBM—Floss 8, Spencer 8, M. Waddups 6, Wallace 4, iMng- ling 1, CampbeL 1, Kasch 8, Ware 3. PERU BEATS SAINTS PERU—The tall Peru Tiger juniors defeated the Saints juniors of Logansport in a pair of games here Wednesday night, taking the' seventh grade contest 30-10 and' winning the eighth grade 33 to 14. : Peru led at halftime in the pre-! liminary 6-5 before rushing to an easy victory. The eighth graders' built up an 18-6 halftime edge and kept going the rest of the way. Buddy Smith's 5 points was tops for the Logan Saints while McEl- her.y tallied 8 to lead Peru in the second match. Seventh grade: Saints—Pfaff 4, Madonna, Conrad 6, Smith, J. Loner, Bauer, Medland. Peru—Sonafrank 4, Denny, Holmes 2, Reed 14, M. Denny, Bradley, Moftord, Mowbray 7, Spranger 1, G. Spranger, Landis 2, Money. Eighth grade: Saints—Hayden 2, Coleman, Tuberty 4, B. Smith 5, Green 2, Burgess 1, Eagan, O'Con-l nor. Peru—Shuey 2, Snyder 4,. Smith 1, Yard 4, Debler, Morecraft, Newhouse 2, Schmidt 1,; Crockett, Welke 6, Sonafrank, Mag- 1 gart 3, Scott, McElheny 8, Wernz 4. Chester netters here Wednesday night 79 to 69 after leading at the quarters 25-18, 46-34 and 6551. Harold Howard hit 26 points to pace the Zebras attack while Burch scored 34 for North Manchester. The Zebras also won the B game 55 to 28. North Manchester — Howard 4, Holderman 18, Burch 24, Taylor 2, Roberts 16, Walters 5. Rochester — H. Howard 26, Coplen 19, Conrad 11, Knauff 2, Fansler 10, McMillen 2, McConkey 9. STARS TAG RICHLAND STAR CITY — The Star City cagers defeated Richland Center in a fast ball game here Wednesday night 59 to 52 with balanced scoring as five players hit in double figures. Richland led 12-8 at the quarter but the Stars were in front 27-23 at the hah' and 46-36 at the third period. Dick Wentz led the Stars with 14 points. Richland Center won the B game 48-47. Richland Center — Stockberger 15, R. Keele, Foor 6, Campbell 14, -Walters 2, Kerr 4, Kistler 11, Wilson. Star City — Ray Brown 11, Roy Brown 10, Kough 10, Shidler 10, Lehman 4, Wentz 14, Mays. METEA JRS. WIN METEA—Coach Bill Riemenschneider's Metea Hornets junior high squad won a pair of basketball games from Lake Cicott here Wednesday night, taking the seventh grade contest 26-21 and the eighth grade event 65 to 26. For the eighth graders it made their season's record 7-1, the only loss being by two points to Tipton Tp. Seventh grade: Metea—Rogers 3, Strong, Conrad, Atkins, Horn 16, Williamson 2, Sutlon, D. Kline 5. Lake Cicott—Straw 2, Million 5, Roller 4, Boehme 7, Smith 3, Miller, Crocker, Depoy, Burns. Eighth grade: Metea—Jim Kline 23, Horn, Fowler 12, Conrad 4, Crimmins 10, Wagoner 10, Nickels 6, Williamson. Lake Cicott — Boehme, Crocker 2, Taulman 2, Myers 4, Roller 4, Blackketter 8, Spencer 6, Straw, Million', Smith. the RBM at Columbia gym Wednesday night 65 to 49 after taking a 3-24 halftime lead. Any teams wishing to book the Spyce Shop ROCHESTER WINS ROCHESTER — The Rochester Zebras downed the North. Man TIPTON WINS THREE The Tipton Township Junior high • and Frosh cagers chalked up three victories in the past two days. The Tigers Frosii team bested Galveston at the Cards gym Tuesday 48-30 after trailing 18-15 at the half. Last njght Tipton beat the strong Miami Juniors 41-25 in the preliminary and 33-31 in the eighth grade feature. Tony Hinkle hit the winning bucket in the last 13 seconds for Tipton in the main game to keep the Tigers win string intact at 37 in a row over four seasons. Miami had led 21-12 at the half. Frosh: Tipton — Guy 18, Barnard, D. Brock 4, Frey 3, Raikes 4, Warner 2, Rose, Hedrick, Bogue, Price 10, Carey 7. Gai- veston — Shelley, Cunningham 11, Downham, Pettay 5, Freeman 2, Jackson 10, Ennis 1, Ronk 1, Winn, Huston. Seventh grade: Tipton — Babb 2, Lake, Erbaugh 14, Rowe, Ayers 4, Gunter 16, Hinkle 3, Dutchess 2, Prough. Miami — J. Clester 2, Miles 5, Joe Clester, Bannet 2, Walther 2, Klein 8, Lawrence 6, Farreli. Eighth grade: Tipton — Hinkle 12, Frantz 8, Rush 4, Preiser 3, Layman 6, Cook, Widnfir. Miami — Siiinn, Caldwell 4, Harrell 4, J. Lawrence 9 Minor 1, Oldfather, Clark 8, S. Walther 5. Bowling LADIES THURSDAY LEAGUE Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen W L Jones Auto 28 14 Glen Reid Roofers 25 17 All State Ins. . 25 17 The Tap ' 23 19 Golden Rule " 23 19 Wolf Construction 23 19 W.S.A.L. 23 19 Logan Bowlmor 21 21 Myers Florist 18 24 Irene's Pantry 18 24 Courier Express 14 28! Gossard 12 30 Three games were won by All State over Gossard; two games were won by Logan BOTrlmor, Irene's Pantry, Glen Reid's, Jones Auto and The Tap. 500 Series — Ernestine Shanks 542 (196,221,125); M. Daugherty 581 (148,244,189). 450 Series—K. Lantz 499, M.' Rudig 482, L. Linden 482, E.' Homey 454, J. Emerscon 465, A.. Savini 457, S. Gaby 454, V. Hardin:51, J. Werner 490. 200 Games—Kathleen Lantz, 200; and 204. 160 Games—R. May 161, M.| Rudig 188, L. Linden 160, E. Horney 181, J. Emerson 162, A. Savini 176 and 164, S. Gaby 191, V. Hardin 167, T. Goodale 165, J. Werner 185. Doyle's, Eberls, Marshall's over First Federal ILGWU and Fashion Beauty Shop; two games were won by Pasquale Truckers, Foster Furniture and Farmers and Merchants State Bank. 450 Series—M. Monahair 464, M. Beck 454, H. Fel!ers 455, T. Goodale 460. 160 Games—S. Luebbert 177, M. Monahan 172, H. Fellers 197, D. Stocks 162. P. Leonard 203, P. Fellers 173, T. Goodale 165. CHURCH LEAGUE W St. Vincent 37 Lucerne Christian 37 Ninth St. Christian 35 St. Joseph 34'-i West Bdwy Presbyterian 33'.4 Muehlhausen; two games by Western Tire, Logan Homes, G. T. Bombers, The Pastime, and Farm Bureau. 600 Scries—Otto Neumann 614, Jim Ins'ey 625. 550 Series—D. Carson 568, A. Smith 557, H. Smith 561, B. Maroney 551, G. Campbell 576. 200 Games—A. Smith 229, D. McClintock 219, 0. Neumann 208-235, A. Burrough 233, Maroney 222, Insley 226-209, Campbell 213. FRATERNAL & COMMERCIAL W McCIoskey-Hamillon —32 K of C SO'.i Western Tire 30 26%'Dutch Mill 27 . Baptist Temple 33>A 26% I Kroeger Funeral Home . .26 Broadway EUB 31 Royal Center Baptist .. .31- Royal Center Methodist 30 Calvary Presbyterian ...26 Walton Lutheran 18 Trinity Episcopal 13'A 29 ; Barney's Bar 23 L 13 14'.4 15 18 19 22 29 | Muehlhausen No. 7 21'.4 23'.i 30 | Logan Legion 21 34 jMoose No. 2 19 42 jBerman's Supply 19 46%!Coca Cola 11 Four points were won by Ninth! Spencer Mobiloil 10 24 26 2C 34 35 LADIES MONDAY LEAGUE this chRistmas give ADD-A-TOOL BOX COMBINATIONS 18-PIECE HOME REPAIR KIT WITH DRILL OR HAND SAW AT BIG SAVINGS DRILL COMBINATIONS wily $37.95 and $39.95 HANDSAW COMBINATION Mb $53.50 and WITH JACOBS CHUCKS ELECTRIC HAND SAW Cuts 2 inch dressed lumber. Rips, cross-cuts, jigsaws, copes, hacks, scrolls and circle cuts. With rip guide and wood cutting blade. .,ly $45.00 ILECTRIC SAW 6M' blade —cut* 2'dressedlumbei at 45«. Lightweight, powerful IK H.P. Sunbeam- built motor. Gives faster cutting, greater efficiency. Mir $54.95 and $59.9S GRINDER. SANDER-HONER ORBITAL SANDER The sander that stood up under 1,000 hours of continuous use. Lightweight. Professional results. Easy to change abrasive*. Mly $39.50 Most practical grinder made. Develops up to % H. . Has greater usefulness — it grinds, finishes, sands, hones, sharpens. *.ly $49.95 Top quality, care- full Drills in all material. Powerful Sunbeam-built motor runs cooler, drills faster. y selected accessories. Roomy, all- steel carrying case. Kit with Drillmaster Drill. $43.95 MM! $45.95 $27.95 and $29.95 W Wolf Coal 36% Pasquale Truckers 33% Foster Furniture 29 Eberts Drugs 29 Pat & Maria 25 Marshall Chevrolet 22 Farm Bureau 20 Doyle's Bungalow 19 ILGWU 16 F & M State Bank 15 Fashion Beauty Shop 14 First Federal 11 Three games were won 11% 16 16 20 23 25 26 29 30 31 34 Street, Royal Center Baptist and Royal Center Methodist; three points by Calvary Presbyterian and Lucerne Christian-; two points by Baptist Temple and West Broadway. 600 Series—Clyde Button 609 (183189-237). 582 Series—Howard Goodrich 582 200 Games—H. Frye 201, L. Burton 209, P. Schodrof 213, D. Logan 207, H. Goodrich 223, Mansfield 203. COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL W L Barnelt Bargain Barn .. .28 The Pastime 27 Logan Homes 25 Western Tire 25 Farm Bureau Co-Op —24 General Tire Squeegees 23 General Tire Bombers ..23 Flamingo 19 Jones Auto Service 18 General Tire Flats 16 Muehlhausen No. 5 16 General Tire Jets 8 Three games were won by Me- Closkey, Dutch Mill, Coca Cola; two games by Spencers, Muehlhausen and Kroeger. 600 Series—Harry Smith 639 (236-220-183); Loron Handschu 616 (20S-I96-211). 550 Series—T. Sundy 594, P. Davis 558, S. Erickson 551. 200 Games—K. Rudig 204, T. Sundy 213, P. Davis 200, S. Erickson 202, R. E. Laymon 214, G. G. Laymon 231. The Perfect Christmas Gift. by Three games were won by 516-518 East Broadway Phon*3167 &$*$%**, ^W*>*> rf .«* ^ ^TS^V ^^ &*,«« •• \3°* ^ m . t:.; ; Help Fight TB Buy Christmas Seals <^

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