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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, 10GANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER Zt, «3T F UPSETS SOUTH BEND CENTRAL 50-42 Coalman Is Hurt; N.D., Illini Lose LAFAYETTE, Ind. W — Marion Crawley's Lafayette Broncos clipped a 36-gair.e victory string for South Bend Central's defending Indiana high school basketball chsmipons Saturday night 50-42. South Bern's Bears, ranked the N T o. ; team in Indiana in the AP ratings this week, lost the services of star center Sylvester Coalmon with what appeared to be a badly twisted knee. Coalmon, however, had scored only 5 points against Lafayette's sticky defense when he was hurt early in the second quarter. The Bears' high scorer was Rudy Anderson with 11 points. For Lafayette, Larry Fcrd scored 14, Jerry Bussell H and George Lucas 10. Lafayette, winner of six straight games this season, thus avenged a 54-36 defeat by Central in the 1957 state tourney finals. upset Michigan's basketball Wolverines Saturday night, 85-65. The Butler senior playmaker added three free throws for 24 points. The Bulldogs, who also upset Ohio State, connected with 33 fielders in 72 attempts for .458. Michigan got 71 shots but- only' 18 went through the hoop for .394. Michigan, whieh had won three straight games since an opening loss to Pittsburgh, was down 4323 at the half and never came close after that. It was a case of five Butler sharpshooters outscoring- Miehi- igan's three. Ted Guzek scored 19 | points, Keith Greve 17, Wally Cox ' 10 and Ken Pennington 9 for the Bulldogs. Pete Tillotson collected 20 points for Michigan. George Lee added 18 and M. C. Burton 11. IOWA RALLIES IOWA CITY, Iowa W — Iowa's Big Ten basketball team came from behind Saturday afternoon to snatch a 77-67 overtime victory from previously undefeated Oregon State, the title" favorite of the Pacific Coast Conference. For the Iowa Hawkeyes it was the 78th straight time they have won in non- conference competition on their own court over the years. Iowa made 6 of its 10 winning ' points in the overtime on free throws and Coach Buckey O'Connor finished with four sophomores in the lineup. High School Basketball SATURDAY SCORES Evansvilte Lincoln 62, Plainville 54 Evansville Mater Dei 55, Evansville Memorial 50 Tell City 51, Owensboro (Ky.) 45 Ashley 42, Riverdale 3S Indpls. Shortridge 69, Anderson 58 Ben Davis 68, Indpls. Scecina 56 Indpls. Broad Ripple 73, Indpls. Howe 67 Vincennes 56, Vincenes Catholic 47 Lafayette 50, South Bend Central . 42 Elkhart 57, Muncie Central 45 Terre Haute Garfield 77, Crawfordsville 69 It was a swift turn of events Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 86, Sul- fcr the Beavei-s who had dorni-' Iiv5n " nated the play during three fourths of the game. They had livan Rushville 81, North Vernon 42 Carmel 62, Fishers 51 out hustled the Hawkeyes and Washington-Clay 57, Hammond controlled the backboards until clark ^ Iowa suddenly came to life with _,, . .. ,, _ the second period half gone. ' D , P ? a ! nf ;? ld Tourne y . Gambee led Oregon State scor- ?'ai^eld 4=, Mvioresville 43 Ing with 20 points and Wordlaw was high for Iowa with 15. MSU STOPS IRISH EAST LANSING, Mich. W> — Michigan State continued unbeaten in college basketball Saturday night, winning its Fourth straight game, 79-72 over Notre Dame on a second-half scoring splurge by Shnrp-shooter Larry Hedden. Hedden, who scored only five points in the first half, found the range after the intermission and was high man for MSU with his 25 points. Notre Dame had a 43-35 lead at the half through consistent hitting but State tied the game at 55-all with 10 minutes remaining. Notre Dame previously had won four against one loss, the sole defeat being by Marquette by a 7864 score. Just before the starting of the game it was announced that Michigan State would lose two players because of scholastic ineligibility, Dave Scott, a Detroit junior and a star on the defense, and Horace Walker, reserve sophomore forward boLh flunked courses. Under Big Ten rules, the pain were eligible for Saturday night's game and four more road games before the start oj the year against Iowa State, UCLA Southern California and Washington. WILDCATS WIN EVANSTON, 111. W — Northwestern University used a fast break and capitalized on South Dakotas cold shooting from the outside Saturday night to win going away 64-46. It was Northwestern's third victory against one defeat. Phil Warren of Northwestern and Ken Mizerney of South Dakota shared scoring honors with 15 points each. Northwestern had a scoring percentage from the field of .400 compared with 2.37 for South Dakota. Both were cold on free throws, with the Evanston Speedway 77, Danville 58 Mooresville 78, Danville 62 (consolation) Piainfield 55, Speedway 51 (final) Montpelier Tourney Chester Center 72, Indiana deaf School 50 Montpelier 56,- Jackson Twp. (Wells Co.) 33 Deaf School 65, Jackson Si (consolation) Montpelier 60, Chester 47 (final) Aubbeenaubbee Tourtiey Grass Creek 60, Hamlet 46 (consolation) Aubbeenaubbee 58, Monterey 45 (final) Brookville Tourney Brookville 49, Rising Sun 46 (overtime) Aurora 61, Whitewater Twp 35 Rising Sun 57, Whitewater. Twp. 41 (consolation) Brookville 47, Aurora 44 (final) FRIDAY SCORES Rushville 58, Southport 45 Connersville 67, Seymour 59 Michigan City 75, Hammond Tech 51 Bedford 64, Bloomington 44 New Castle 64, Greensburg 35 Indpls. Cathedral 76, Indpls Washington 64 Indpis. Broad Ripple 70, Sacred Heart 49 Rensselaer 58, Morocco 35 Franklin 56,. Lebanon 45 Martinsville 68, Columbus 61 Indpls. Manual 77, New Albany 55 Frankfort 66, Tipton 39 Vincennes 70, Princeton 54 Indpls. Attucks 88, Kokomo 85 Madison -54, Aurora 34 Washington 46, Evansville Reitz 45 San Pierre 63, Pulaski 56 Tippecanoe 88, West 58 Crawfordsville 53, West Lafayette 43 Brook 59, Wolcott 57 Medaryville 78, Remington 68 Demotte 65, Goodland 49 Michigantown 55, Monitor 45 LMI 11CC 1-lliVrtJ, VYiull L.11S; .UVC11J.3..W" - T _ .-11- / L* \ team hitting 48 per cent and the j Warsaj' «> Goshen 65 (overtune) visitors for only 38 per cent. South Dakota jumped into an early lead with baskets by Cliff ar.d Jimmie Daniels, senior guard and brothers. Willie Jones and Joe Ruklick of Northwestern hit with baskets to tie it at 4-4. Pierceton 80, Mentone 49 North Judson 73, LaPaz 54 Etna Green 63, Beaver Dam 47 Nappanee 54, Knox 50 Fort Wayne Central 50, Marion 45 Fort Wayne South 74, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 55 16 "minutes remaining i Fort Wayne Concordia 66, New Haven 45 In the first half. Northwestern ,vcnt into the lead on a jump | For t Wayne Catholic 70, . South shot by Flovd Campbell sopho-, Bend st - Joseph 63 more guard," and was never head- Fort Wayne North 64, La Porte 54 e( . Bluffton 57, Mississmewa 43 t Mur.cie Burris 41, Huntington 35 -,.._„_. !Sheridan 55, Noblesville 51 ,- rr , c IJ ; LLXI HALitu (Richmond 62, Mishawaka 49 A-MES, Iowa W - Iowa State| Greencastle M clMon 78 (over . pulled away from a slim halftime | time) load Saturday night and making Elwood 67 _ Hartford C jty 55 of a hot scoring stretch by Hossville .„ wjnamac 45 forward Jc.hn Crawford, subdued Illinois 53-60 in a non-conference basketball game. The Cyclones' Big Eight team pi:t up a rugged, shifting zore defense in the second half against the Big Ten team and gave the previously unbeaten Illini a setback in their first time on the, road this season. Crawford, the 6 - 5 Iowa State forward who has been the mainstay of the Cyclones this year, sparked the attack Saturday night with 28 points, 17 of which were bagged in the second half. Jumping off from a 32-29. lead at the intermission the Cyclones built it up to a 7-point margin in 2Vi minutes ar.d from the out the zone defense repeatedly kept the Illini off balance. PLUMP CONNECTS INDIANAPOLIS ffl — Bobby Plump hit 9 of is outside shots and Butler University's Bulldogs Rossville 55, Winamac 45 Royal Center 81, Kentland 55 Peru 55, Auburn 50 , Anderson 42, Muncie Central 41 Northwestern 61, Sweetser 57 VanBuren 72, Marion Bennett 66 Jefferson Twp. (Grant Co.) 48, Swayzee 44 Converse 70, Chili 49 Galveston 71, Clay Twp. (Miami Co.) 52 Hartford City 83, Redkey 55 Jasper 65, Petersburg 58 Gary Emerson 68, Gary Wallace 63 Gary Roosevelt 56, Griffith 57 Hammond Morton 58, Chicago Lindbloom 49 Aubeenaubee Tourney Monterey 32, Hamlet 27 Aubeenaubee 71, Grass Creek 57 Kirklin Tonrtiey Jackson 44, Westfield 37 Kirklin 48, Coif ax 46 Westfield 72, Colfax 64 (consolation) Jackson 69, Kirklin 36 (final) Cage Results TOURNEY AT CAMDEN Deer Creek 71, Cutler 37 (Consolation) Camden 65, Burlington 36 '(Final) CAMDEN — The Camden Red Devils breezed past the Burlington Polar Cubs in the championship finals of the local four-way basketball tournament here Friday night 65 to 36. Deer Creek's Crickets walloped Cutler in the consolation match 71 to 37. Jerry Yerkes scored 25 points to pace Camden's victory drive in the final after Ecnmett Heir had hit 27 to lead Deer Creek's win in the first game. Consolation: Deer Creek — Cohee 4, Baker 11, Herr 27, Snavely 9, Dillon 10, R. Packard 10, Martin, Shriver, Downham. Cutler — Bougher 1, Bordner 3, Sjeagley 7, Reef 10, Deboy 2, Barnard, Fellows 6, Kelly 4, Fry 4. Championship: Camden —Beighler 4, Swayze 9,. McCain, Yerkes 25, Groninger 12, Ringer 9, Kesterton 2, Kleckner, T. Sullivan 2, G. Sullivan, Hizer, Shoemaker 2. Burlington — Loman 1, Williams 14, Johnson 4, Oyler 4, Miller 7, Hinkle 1, Lytle 5. PERU BEATS AUBURN PERU — A revitalized Peru Bengal Tiger team trimmed 'the Auburn Red Devils in a hard fought ball game here Friday night 55-50 after leading all the way. The Tigers led 15-6, 27-16 and **• 32 at the quarter poles. Charles Grandstaff led the Tigers ittack with 21 points while Morr was tops for Auburn with 13. Peru also won the B team clash 45-31. Peru — Range 3, Cooke 7, Westafer 7, King 6, Fechtman 4, Grandstaff 21. Carriger 4, McPherson 2, Maverick l, Dixon. Auburn — Blevins 9, Reike 8, George 5, Morr 13, Laurie, Magi nuson 6, Davidson 9. DELPHI DUMPS FLORA FLORA — The Oracles of Delphi squeezed past the Flora Badgers here Friday night 53-52 as Delphi's Galloway scored 30 points. Cullen Eikenberry with 17 points and Don Driggs 16 passed Flora. Delphi lead at half time 22-18 after the score had been tied at the end of the first quarter 7-7. Delphi was on top 38-32 .at the end of the third period. Delphi, also took the "B" contest 44-31. DELPHI — Landis, Cripe 8, Wentzel 9, Hallam 4, Galloway 30, Slavens, Howard 2; Flora: Guyer, Wagner 1, Eik'enberry 17, Esserman 12, Driggs 18, Craft, Collins 1, Parrott 3. HORNETS STING WINAMAC ROSSVHJLE — The Rossville Hornets halted the Winamac Indians in a tense basketball game here Friday night 55 to 46 that saw the lead change hands several times before the Hornets pulled away in the final period. Winamac led at the' quarter 14-13, it was tied 25-all at halftime and Rossville was on top 37-35 at the third period. Winamac won the B team contest 40-34. Rossville—Latshaw 3, Thorp 3, Dauson 4, Metzger 27, Roth 1, Hackerd 17. Winamac •*- Alexander 7, Turner, 1 Heinsen 2,' Heater 5, Mangold 14, Freeman, March I'l, Depoy 5, DurJop 2. Spangler 10, Pugh 3, Hauser 13, Williams 11. Bunker Hill—Peters 7, Bonner 6,-.Jim Sullivan, Joe Sullivan, Woodruff 11, pier 1, Cain 10, Clark. INDIANS TRIUMPH FRANCESVIiLLE — After a close first half the Kewanna Indians pulled away to a 53-39 victory over the Francesville ebras here Friday night. Walt Koebcke 'paced Kewanna with 22 points and Paul VonToble's 13 waZs tops for the Zebras. Francesville held a 9-7 lead at the end of the first quarter but Kewanna came back to lead at intermission time 23-20. The Indians held a lead of 39-28 at the third period stop before winning. Kewanna took the "B" game 4222. Kewanna. Koebcke 22; Cox 8, Ingram 15, Grube 2, Good 4, Highland 2, Harris; Gutuein 2, Von Toble '13,. Ganner 1, Robinson 5, Beehring 5, Jordan 2~, Witt, Downs. AKRON ND?S ARGOS ARGOS—Gary Brown dropped in 22 points and led the Akron Flyers to a 47-46 victory over the Argos Green Dragons here Friday night. Argos led at the end of the quarters 18-13, 26-24 and 35-34 before Akron squeezed ahead at the finish. Argos won the B game 31-15. Akron—Brown 22, Rhodes 8, Powell 4, Groninger 1, Stanley 1, Leininger 11. Argos—Thompson 10, Stults 1, Zink 15, Meredith 7, Dunlap 3, Morrell 10. Bucks Gridmen Arrive By Ah EASAOD7NA, Calif. IB—The Ohio State football team flew in Saturday for its third appearance in the Rose Bowl. Several hundred Buckeye 'supporters were on hand to greet them. The 44 man squad, plus Coach Woody Hayes and his staff, landed at nearby Burbank Airport an hour late after their flight from Columbus. In a brief address at Planeside, the Ohio State coach said his present team was as good as his 1955 Rose Bowl team which defeated the University of Southern California 20-7. Ohio State also played here in 1950, beating California 17-14. The squad was taken in a fleet of automobiles direct to the Los Angeles Junior College stadium for a workout. COLLEGE BASKETBALL ' University of Kentucky Invitational (third place) ' Kentucky 78, Minnesota 58 West Virginia 75, North ' Carolina 64 Carrousel Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. Tennessee 63, Louisiana State 62 (3rd place) At Charlotte, N.C. Alabama 63, Louisiana Tech 42 (championship final) WILDCATS WIN NO. 2 GALVESTON—The New Waverly Wildcats won their second game of the season here Friday night by pounding out a 69-53 decision over the Butler township Bulldogs. The Wildcats led 'all the way holding leads of 21-14, 37-25, 50-39 before the final gun sounded. Jeff Bowyer scored 29 points to lead New Waverly to its first victory in regular season play. The other victory was in a tournament. Bowman chipped in 13 and Carney 12 to aid the winner's cause. Hardwick' with 11 and Watts withj 13 points were the only two Butler : team members in the double fig-j ures. j In the preliminary contest But-; ler's junior high defeated New : Waverly junior high 45-39. i New Waverly: Carney 12, Diek; Anderson, Rogers 1, Jeff Bowyer; 29, Bowman 13, Doran 4, Myers,' D. Anderson 6, Hopper 2, Camel 2, i J. Bowyer; Butler township: Egej 9, Exmeyer 3, Standough 5, Hardwick 11, Grabs 8, Kunkle 4, Watts 13. St. Johns (Bkn) 80, Rice 67 Wabash'88, Ohio Wesleyan 66 Marquette 79 Nebraska 64 St. Bonaventure 79, South Caro: lina 59. Michigan State 79, Notre Dame 72. Bluegrass Holiday Festival At Louisville Consolation Seattle 80, Army 51 Northwestern 64, South Dakota 46 Iowa State 68, Illinois 60. • La Salle 69, Niagara 68 Dayton 66, Utah State 47 RPI 76, Brooklyn Poly 50 Kansas 58, California 52 Berries Nip Elkhart; Host Tourney Dec. 28 Defense, an item on which :oach Jim Jones has been drilling the Berries since the start of the ieason, and some cool shooting on the part of.veteran guard, Larry Cart, brought the Logansport Berries a sparkling 56-54 victory over :he Elkhart Blue Blazers at Berry Bowl Friday night and put the :eam in a good mood for next Saturday's big holiday tournament here. The tournament win be an afternoon and night show at Berry Bowl with the Berries meeting Monticello's Tioga Indians in the opening game at 1 o'clock while Kokomo's hot shooting Wildcats oppose the Flora Badgers at 2:15. The consolation match is at 7 p.m. and the championship finals will be at 8:15 that night, A beautiful trophy will be presented to the winning team. Cart helped the Berries beat Elkhart by sinking two free throws after time had expired and the score tied. Cart was the big gun for the Berries all evening as he led in scoring with 25 points, two more than Jim Swathwood, the'peppery ami /sharpshooting guard of the Blazers could muster, and he led in stolen balls with 13 thefts, his Dest of the campaign. The Berries led at the end of every quarter with margins of 18-12, 32-29 and 44-41 before the sizzling finish that had the huge crowd screaming. Tie It Up Elkhart had the lead four times jut the Berries finally caught up at 41-all late in the third period and never lost the edge until the Blazers tied it at 42-all and the last time at 54-aIl with 47 seconds remaining. Swathwood was the kid who tied it up each time. Ronnie Jones had tipped in a missed free throw to give the Berries a 54-52 lead with about two minutes left and Swathwood tied it up to set the stage for the hectic finish. The game was about as even as you can get it, each team grabbing 48 rebounds, but Elkhart committed 18 errors while the Berries miscued 12 times. Cart and Swarthwood each had [some good helpers .in the battle. For the Berries Ronnie Jones chipped in 13 points to aid Cart along with 8 by Butch Jones, 6 by re- liefer John Gibsorv and 2 each by Jim Moss and Jim Sweet. For Elkhart Dave Donovan, who had been ailing with the flu, came on as a sub and hit 12 points, big Jim Lechtenberger scored 7 .and Steve Reim hit 8 to aid Swathwood. Defense Better The Berries defense probably was the best it has shown as it limited the tough Blazers to 58 shots and they hit 21 for 36.4 per cent and added 12 of 16 free tosses. The Berries caged 20 of 59 field tries for 32.2 per cent and added 16 of 25 free ones, winning the game from . the 15-foot stripe. The triumph, gave the Berries a 5-2 record for the season and the loss was only Elkhart's second in six outings. The B Berries lost a 40-39 decision in the preliminary battle that also ended in confusion. The win kept Elkhart's reserve team slate unmarred. The score had been 5-5 at the quarter, Logan led 19-15 at halftime and Elkhart was in front 30-27 at the third period. Wally Summers caged 13 to lead the Blazers while Butch Meade got 13 to pace Logan. Logansport B. Jones R. Jones 6 1 2 13 Moss 1022 Cart 9 7 3 25 Sweet 0222 Gibson 3016 Dickerson 0000 Fiedler 0000 Totals 20 16 '12 56 Elkhart FG FT PF TP Former 0141 Reim 2428 Lichtenberger 3127 Swathwood 10 3 3 23 Parmeter 0020 Evans 1153 Donovan 5-2- 0 12 Totals 21 12 19 54 Officials — Stan Dubis of East Chicago; Charles Timmons of Redkey. B Berries—Wagner 6, Jordan 12, Tuberty 6, Meade 13, Schwering 2, Cast, Maple. Elkhart—McMee- kan 4, Summers 13, Birdsey 2, Talbert 11, Middleton 10, Long. FG FT PF TP 1628 Hobby Elliott Is Wabash Frosh MVP Harry (Hobby) Elliott, former Loganberry star athlete, has been awarded special honors as the most valuable backfield freshman at Wabash Co.'lege for his performances this past year. Elliott not only starred in freshman activities on the gridiron but also saw service several times with the varsity Little Giants team. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott. 107 East Columbia, was a three-sport standout for Logan high in football, basketball and baseball. ALABAMA WINS CHARLOTTE, N.C. Ml — Alabama's Crimson Tide engulfed Louisiana Tech, 63-12 Saturday night to win the Carrousel Basketball Tournament. The tech score was tournament. The Vatican Library was founded by Pope Nicholas V in 1447. Sam Snead Takes Lead BOCA RATON, FIa ; W) — Host pro Sammy Snead leaned on his putter-for a long 18th-ho!e birdie and a four-under-par lead Saturday in the 36-hole Boca Raton pro- amateur golf tournament. Dow Finsterwald of Tequesta, Fla., and Doug Sanders of Miami Beach already had finished with three-und«r-par 67s when Snead stroked a 30-foot putt into the last cup and took a 66. A field of distinguished pros are competing for $1,500 in the two- day event which ends Sunday on Boca Raton's 6,390-yard course. Par is 36-34—70. The top pro-amateur combination was Ansel Snow of Fort Pierce and amateur Johnny Grey of West Palm Beach, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, with a best ball 61. The leading pros: Sam Snead, Boca Raton 33-33-66. Doug Sanders, Miami Beach 3532—67. 'Oow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla. 35-32—67 Ansel Snow, Fort Pierce 35-34-69. Julius Boros, Mid Pines, N.C. 34-3&-70. Ed Burke, Hartford, Conn. 3634—70 A. W. Cook, Boca Raton 38-33-71. Lew Worsham, Fort Lauderdale 37-34—71 Ted Kroll, Fort Lauderdale 3932—71. N.C. STRING BROKEN LEXINGTON, Ky. UP) — Brash West Virginia ended North Carolina's 37-game winning streak, clipping the nation's No. l team, •75-64 in the finals of the Kentucky Invitational Tournament after Kentucky crushed Minnesota 78-58 for third place Saturday night. Read the Classified Ads g%5 St. Louis 88, Ohio State 77. Evansville 83, UCLA 76 Butler 85, Michigan 65 Kansas 58, California 52 Creighton 65, Drake 56 r NEW CULVER TRIPS ZEBRAS CULVER — The Culver Indians turned back foe Rochester Zebras in a fast and free scoring basketball game here Friday night 61 to 55. Rochester led 17-12 at the first quarter but Culver moved ahead 31-28 at the half and 4542 at the third period before winning. Phil Coplen hit 21 for the Zebras and Jim McCoy caged 19 to pace Culver. Rochester won the B game 51-44. Rochester — Howard 14, Coplen 21, Conrad 3, Cloud 3, Fansler 6, McConkey 6, McMillen 2. 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