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PAGE SIS THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE nnd LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 12,1951 SIERS UPSET ILLINOIS; PURDUE BEATEN I. U. Led To Victory By Archie Dees 26 Points CHICAGO W—Big Ten basket- r ball standings including Saturday. w ith Indiana as idle Minnesota night's games: CONFERENCE W L Pet. took over the league lead with a 1-0 mark. Nick Mantis and Phil Warren Minnesota Michigan Indiana Jlich State Iowa — jrwestorn Ohio State Illinois Purdue Wisconsin 1 0 1.000 fired the Wildcats in the stirring 1 .6671 first half in which Northwestern 1 .667! shot .490 from the field. Mantis 1 1 .500j dropped in 17 of his 21 points and 1 1 1 .500 1 1 .500 . .1 2 .333 . .1 2 .333 ..1 2 .333 500 j Warren connected on 15 of his 20 """ before the intermission which found Northwestern ahead 55-34. Michigan, never led in the game but moved within one point in the first half when Northwestern's, lead was cut to 23- 22. Warren BLOOMING-TON, Ind. Wl — In- and Willie Jones began hitting diana uncorked a fast break, ran! from outside and moved the Wild- up a 17-poir.t lead in the first half and fought off repeated Illinois rallies for an 89 - 82 basketball victory Saturday night. Big Ten scoring leader Archie Dees made 26 points for tlfe Hoosiers but sophomore Govoner Vaughn got 23 for the Illini. Pete Obremskey, 6-foot-3 Indiana cats into a 32-22 lead. The Wolverines never threatened thereafter. . j Michigan, which led the con-i ference in rebounds going into' Saturday night's contest, failed to! control the backboards and sel- 1 - dom had more than one shot at the basket. HIGH AS THEIR NAME—West Virginia is one of the last two major unbeaten basketball teams. The starters are, left to right, Don Vincent, Joedy Gardner, Lloyd. Snairer, Jerry- West and Bob Smith. The Mountaineers snapped North Carolina's 37-game winning streak. s--nior hit a caree, high of 23 Pete Tillotson, Michigan's scor- points! Hoosiers Jerry Thompson ' f ™" 1 "" """• "' and Sam Gee scored 15 apiece. Three boys from EdwardsviUe, ing ace, topped everyone with 23 points and teammate M. C. Burton chipped in with 15. 111., scored all but 6 of Illinois' points. On top of Vaughn's 28, Don Ohl piled 26 and Mannie Jack- ! son 22 The teams scored 33 fielders apiece, Indiana on 75 shots and the Illini on 78. Indiana's superior height was the big difference the Hoosiers haulin to r.lmois- 28. The Ilhni had to ;a tfe at ZTied For pEBBLE BEACH Ca , if _ ffl _ down D7 rebounds So , id h . with early eader scramb.e and commuted 1 21 per- Eob Rosburg in the third round sonais. four more than the Qf th(j mmo Bing Crosby Golf Hoosiers. Indiana took the lead at 22-21 about midway in the first half and ran the advantage to 47-30 for its best margin. It was 49-36 at the half. The Illini whittled the difference to 56-52 and Indiana made the next nine points. SPARTANS STOP PURDUE EAST LANSIXG, Mich. Iff— Larry Iledden. a fellow who couldn't buy a basket his last time out, Tournament Saturday. Rosburg, the bespectacled pro from Napa, Calif., went into Saturday's round with a five-stroke lead but faltered with a two-over- par 74. ' Casper, from Apple Valley, Calif, played the picturesque, tricky Pebble Beach courst in 69. Going into Sunday's final 18 holes here, the two share a three- stroke lead over the field. Casper sank a 20-foot putt on hit for a hot 29 points Saturday j the 18th hole, holding his hands r.ight and led Michigan State to'aloft while the ball dropped for a an 84-75 Big Ten basketball vie-'birdie, tory over Purdue. I Rosburg coming up minutes A Saturday ago, against Ohio. later, could have taken the lead State, Hedden missed all of his:for a third straight day if his 2515 shots at the basket and had; foot putt had dropped. It missed to settle for two free throws. State i by a foot and he was left in the lost that one, its only previous deadlock with Casper after rounds conference game, by 70 - 56iOf 65-67—74. score. Rosburg missed a 30-inch putt I'.irdue previously had beaten on the ninth hole. He went into Indiana, defending co - champ in the conference with state, and Minnesota in Big Ten play. John Green backed up Hedden by scoring 18 points and also used his jumping-jack spring to grab. a major share of the rebounds, i roneck, N. Y., who shot a 70. Biil Greve was high for the Boil-j With the field spreading out, a trap on the 12th and failed to sink an eight foot putt after hitting out of the sand. At 209, came Dow Finsterwald Sector Cage Results SOUTH JR. HIGH TOURNEY Tiplon Tp. 30, New Wavcrly 23 (Final) WASHINGTON TP. GYM—Tipton Tp. Tigers junior high cagers kept their winning ways by halting a spirited team of New Waveriy Wildcats in the final game of the southern Cass county Saturday night 30 to 23. The triumph enabled the Tigers, coached by Harlan Bonsett , to reach the Cass county finals next' Saturday night at Berry Bowl where they will meet toe Metea Hornets for the county crown. Tipton led at each quarter 11-3, 15-8 and 21-18-before winning. Tony Hinkle led the Tigers with 13 points while Robbins was tops for New Waveriy with 8 tallies. Tipton Tp.—Hinkle 13, Frantz 3, Rush 3, Wolford 2, Preiser 4, Cooke, Layman 5. New Waveriy— Bobbins 8, Rose 1, Brokwn 4, Williams 3, Balisbaugh 5, Hartley 2. BURRIS TAGS MONTI MONTICELLO — Muncie Burris Wolcott had advanced by beating Monon in the afternoon 62-51 and Id-aville squeezed past Brook- sfcon 59-57 in a hot overtime game. On Friday night Brookston had beaten Reynolds 49-48 and Ida- vine edged Buffalo 41-38. Monon — Vollmer 6, Amick 2, Johnson 8, Martin 18, Bailey 6, McColly, Hornback, Cummings 3, Ronk 8, Jones. Wolcott — Reel 13, Telfer, Ward 3, Morrison 20, Horn 1, Crook 17, Stoller 6, DoLson 1. Idaville — Harris 27, Geisler 6, Royer 1, Marnitz 2, Dilling 7, Marvin, Cosgray 14, Simmons 2. Brookston — Earner 11, Williamson 6, Gagnon 8, Button 11, Johnson, Weston 14, Heiner 7. Wolcott — Reel 6, Telfer 2, Ward 8, Primmer, Morrison 28, Cook 13, Mat-hew 2, Stoller 10, Dotsor. 2. Idaville — Harris 16, Geisler 8, Royer, Marnitz, Dilling 17, Marvin, Cosgray 2, Criswell, Simmons 4, Sparks I. MIAMI CO. TOURNEY Bunker Mil 41, Peru B's 31 Converse 66, Clay Tp. 37 Converse 81, Bunker Hill 35 (Final) PERU—Bunker Hill eliminated tlie Peru B team 41-31 in the afternoon but couldn't stop the hot shooting Converse Bordermen at right in the finals of the Miami county tourney as Converse won defeated the Monticello Tioga ln-lgl-35. cians in a CIC cage clash here I Converse had advanced by beat- Saturday night 64 to 56 after lead-|j n g clay Tp. in toe daylight ses- High School Basketball LHS Frosh, Winamac Winners Coach Harold Jamison's Logan berry Frosh Reds turned loose their best scoring spree of the season against strong rival, the LHS Frosh Blacks, to win the Berry Bowl invitational net turn ney last night, and Coach Dee Baker's Winamac J-V squad won the B team tourney by halting Wabash in the finals. The LHS Reds belted the Logan Frosh Blacks 41 to 25 in the title match after spotting the Blacks, Coached by Howard Gaiser, to a 10-6 first quarter edge, Then they •held the Blacks scoreless from the field for 12 minutes and swept to victory as Danny Farrell led the barrage with 19 points. Jim (Buck) Bender was tops for the losers with 10 tallies. Winamac engaged in a game of rallies and couaiter-ralries with the Wabash Apaches before winning 38-34 in the title clash. The score was knotted 13-alI at halftime and Wabash led 24-23 going into the final period. In daylight play, the Logan Reds .--•- - - - tripped Rensselaer 49-37 and the ing at the quarters 16-5, 37-19 anci| slotl 66-37. j Logan B]acks w]l i pped Winamac 46-33. | The Hugh Richards award for 41 _i 7 in the Freshman division of Ted Lane uncorked a 24 point Sportsmanship went to Mike Mur-u ne tourney. Then Winamac spill- scoring spree for Monlicello _to ray O f Clay Tp. . ' ed the Logan B team 38-33 and Jackson County Tourney Crothersville 69, Medora 38 Freetown 43, Hayden 38 Crothersville 50, Freetown 46 (final) Wawaka 49, Albion 48 (final) Hamilton County Tourney Jackson Central 43, Westfield 37 Sheridan 50, Walnut Grove 41 Kosciusko County Tourney Etna Green 47, Milford 35 North Webster 74, Syracuse 60 Kankakee Valley Tourney Wheatfield 46, Remington 42 Morocco 54, Mount Ayr 47 Etna Green 55, North Webster 45 (final) Wheatfield 52, Morocco 39 (final) Noble County Tourn e y Albion 53, Ligonier 51 Wawaka 56, Cromwell 61 Tipton County Tourney Prairie Twp. 61, Jefferson Twp. 37 Windfall 46, Sharpsville 43 New Albany 62, Tell City 53 Huntington County Tourney Rockcreek 62, Lancaster 48 Huntington Twp. 57, Clear Creek 48 Huntington Twp. 61, Rockcreek 46 (final) Boone County Tourney Dover 62, Perry Central 41 Thorntown 60, Zionsville 57 Thorntown 59, Dover 35 (final) Shelby County Tourney Waldron 62, Boggstown 45 Morristown 79, Fairiand 66 Waldroa 76, Morristown 65 (final) Indpls. Shortridge 70, New Castle 48 Martinsville 82, Brazil 64 Cambridge City Tourney Hagerstpwn 58, Union City 53 i Centerville 75, Cambridge City 65 Hagerstown 57, Centerville 35 (final) Rush County Tourney Cathage 62, Mays 45 Arlington 74, Manilla 59 Arlington 56, Carthage 49 (final) ADD Hamilton Co. Tny Sheridan 57, Jackson Central 39 (final) Berries Lose To Kats, Richmond Is Next Foe Although beaten 87-76 by the hot- shooting Kokomo Wildcats in a North Central Conference game at Kokomo Friday, the Logar.sport Berries were much heartened by their comeback play and face another stern test next Friday when the Richmond Red Devils invade Berry Bowl. Kokomo, led by Jimmy Ray], who hit 37 points this time, had too much scoring punch for the Berries, or rather too much accuracy. The Berries hit well enough to have won most ball games but not this one. A capacity crowd of over 7,000 saw the game. Kokomo took big leads by spurts only to have the Berries surge back into contention and even step in front on occasions, but the Kats held a 24-17 margin at the end of the first quarter. In the second period Kokomo rushed into a 32-18 lead and three minutes Eagles Fire Grid Coach Hug/i Devore PHILADELPHIA W>>—The Philadelphia Eagles fired head coach Hugh Devore Saturday and Hampton Pool of the Toronto Argonauts appeared the number one choice to become the fifth coach of the National Football League club since 1950. The firing came as no surprise. The impending action had been reported last Dec. 10 by The Associated Press as the Eagles were nearing the end of their second successive dismal season under Devore. The Eagles said that they would begin next week a concerted effort to find a successor to Dn- vore "from a long list." Poll, who later the Berries had rushed back successfullv guide d the Los Anto tie the score at 33-all on a free geies Rams for three years before no avail. Don Marsh hit 27 for p e ru B's—Moon 2, Bessignano Burris to give the Owls a needed 3, Schoolman 4, Bradley, Smalley, : Hunt, Constable 10, Williams 2, f m , _^, . . , jtugc. .nUIll, \jLHlSl-clulC -lu, (nultllnj *, ot lequcsta Fla., also with a 69: Monticello won the B game 36-30. heLawter 10. Bunker Hill—Peters and youru, Dave Marr of Mama-1 Monticello-Zerface 14, Lane 24, ermakers with 19 points and Willie Merriweather followed with 18. Both teams hit 17 of 36 shots at the basket during the first half for idential 47 per cent shooting averages. But State picked up an edge in free throws for a 4231) haiftime advantage. Tiie Spartans weren't more than nine points ahead at any point in the second half until there was less than five minutes remaining. Purdue stayed within striking disiance by hitting on the long shots but although the Boilermakers were consistent they weren't hot enough to catch up with Heddon. WISCONSIN WINS IMADIiON, Wis. :,B — Wisconsin's alert defense and sharp shooting by Bob Litzow and Walt Holt Saturday gave the Badgers their first Big Ten victory, a 67- fifth place at 211 was shared by Bo Wininger of Odessa, Tex., Bob Harris of Chicago, and Jack Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.', all with 71s over the 6,701-yard course. j Defending champion Jay He-j bert of Sanford, Fla., Ken Yen-' turi of San Francisco, and Tommy Bolt of Chattanooga, Tenn., were in the 212 bracket. ! Wiseman, Criswell 6, McNaught, Randall, R. Hively 4, Smithburh 7, D. Hively 1, Salomon, Henderson. Muncie Burris—Porter 12, Shock 7, Rivers 8, Mendenhall 10, Marsh 27, Catron, Tovatt. 9. Bonner 3, Woodruff 13, Frye, Clarke 9, Coblentz, Comerford, Scudder, Cain 7. Clay Tp.—Miller 2, Spangler 3, Duke 2, Larrison 6, Condo 1, Whitley 12, Agness. Murray 11. Con- Tennessee Trips Jvfane Team 87-65 KNOXVILLE, Tenn.—Paced by sophomore Dalen Showalter's 20 points the Tennessee Vols knocked the Tulane Green Wave from the unbeaten ranks in the Southeastern AKRON HALTS TALMA TALMA — The Akron Flyers, !ed by Brown's 32 points, nipped the Talma Tigers 65-61 here Fri- j day night. Akron held a 9-7 lead at the end of the first stanza and increased the margin to 30-18 at 'naif-time. The Flyers had an II- point lead, 46-35 as the third period ended but by the time the final gun sounded Talma had cut the margin to only four points. vprse—Chris 11 DuBois 9, Arricks 14. Logan 8, Burke 8, Mobley 10, Cobbs 4, Hewitt. Converse — Chris 6, DuBois 7, Arrick 23, Hogan 3, Burke 14, Mobley 8, Losure, Cobbs. Bunker Hil!—Peters 4, Bonner 8, Woodruff 12, Frye, Clark 3, Coblentz, Comerford, Scuddor, Cain 8. Welter Tit Je Cord Is Given Sanction . PHILADELPHIA (Si — The Na- Copland scored 25 to pace tne tional B OJC j ng Assn. voted Satur- losing Tigers. Akron also took thej day to endorse a fight between, B game 31-24. : i sa ac Logart of Cuba and the win- Conference Saturday night 87 to 65. | Akron . Rhoades, 5, Brown 32, ner o£ nex: Wednesday's Gil Tur- The victory kept Tennessee un- j Groninger 2, Flora 1, Stanley 4, i n€r - V ince Martinez bout as a wel- ?aten in tne league. Showalter. I prm/aii -\n £hAi-man 4 TaTmiar <-„,..,,~;«iif «u-i™n;rxnc>,ir, n/w^cf beaten in the league. Showaller, fi-7 shotmaker from Logansport, G^ decision over Oh:o State. jf^ teamed with Don Reeverts, It was the first defeat in con-: Gene Tormohlen and Leon Ammer- fovcnce play for Oh:o State and man to contro i the boards. left the Buckeyes with 1-1 league The Vols took off to an early 4. Talma: Stinson 11, Gordon 7, Deamer 4, Pfieffer 2, Calvin 7, Copeland 25, Pusenburg 5. recore. 1 he Badgers are now 1-2. , eari and held a 16 point edge at Brian Kw!as, who was fouled'. hnl r time 44 to 28 V ic Klinker, during a ate stall by the' 6 . 5 conter from Lafayette, Ind. Bar.gers, sank two free throws j was to for Tulane w [ th 18 . wi;a seven seconds left to insure 1 insure the victory. Kulas had only six | points in the regionally televised | game, w'-.iie Litzow led the Badg-j Duk ?6 North Carolina state ers with 19 and o.t. hitting for^ (double ' overtime) WHITE CO. TOURNEYY Wolcolt 62, Monon 51 i Idaville 59, Brookston 57 (o.t.) i Wolcott 71, Idaville 48 (Final) I BROOKSTON — Wolcolt's Wild| cats won the White county basket- terweight championship contest. The NBA' executive committee also decided to instruct lightweight champion Joe Brown to meet top rated challenger Kenny Lane by April 15. If Brown declines, the committee said, the NBA will withdraw recognition of his title. PRO BASKETBALL _ _. - _ miA,tp ft m flffffn A V V i <~a\,3 YVVM1 urc truing ^uuin, i y uuu».v.i>- * »w Jjfiukviy J. fjtn.*jMj COlif Gt BA SKClSALL jball crown here Saturday night by i Cincinnati 105, Syracuse 100 'defeating the Idaville Green! Detroit 129, Minneapolis 102. Streaks in the final game 71-48. j St. Louis 102, Boston 98 the corners, added 18. Game scoring honors went to Ohio State's Frank Howard who dropped in 24 points. Wisconsin held a 35-S-i lead at the intermission. At the start of the second half Wisclnsin increased its mar- after four minutes, ., gin to a:icl ".cd by as much as six points until Ohio State began to rally with seven minutes remaining. M ,; chigan TO Iowa State 62, Missouri 55 Northwestern 93, Michigan 72 Michigan State 84, Purdue 75 Dartmouth 82, Columbia 60 Wisconsin 67, Ohio State 64 Georgia Tech 78, Mississippi State 61 Kentucky 97, Louisiana State Alabama 72, Georgia 58 Miami (Ohio) 95, Western Th-ey took the lead at 56-55 on i a lay up by Larry Huston. | The Badgers and buckeyes traded the lead several times until I Lit'ow hit twice from the outside I and Wisconsin went out in front! to stay 63-GO. In the first half Ohio State con- William and Mary 72, Richmond Penn 92, Brown 76 Maryland 74, North Carolina 61 West Virginia 93, George Washington 66 Boston U. 57, Army 56 . ., . , - , I £>USl.UU U. Dl, £\LLl.y DO tro..oa-the oackboards, but some Wake Forest 8 1, Virginia 72 £ODd ball nawking and tremendous! i nd i an a °" i"i;™;- <"> shooting kept the Badgers in front. Wisconsin ?hot .it a 43 per com clip from the floor, and finished the game with a 40 per cent average. Ohio State hit for a 29 por cent average. WILDCATS ROMP EVA.NSTON, III. Lfl—Northwest- em's sizzling Wildcats piled up a 21-point haliYme lead and coasted to a 93-72 victory over Michigan' U.ry Institute 63 Saturday r.ight, knocking the Wol- Pitt 71 Syracu vcrines out of the Big Ten basketball lead. i 89, Illinois 82 Marquette 85, Louisville 79 Western Illinois 88, Eastern Illinois 65 Bradley 116, Houston 80 St. Louis 61, Drake 47 Princeton 79, Yale 77 Cornell 58, Harvard 55 Fordham 74, Adelphia 62 Rutgers 64, Penn State 63 South Carolina 74, Clemson 67 Virginia Tech 86, Virginia Mill- Syracuse 68 Temple 83. Lafayette 66 , NYU 87, Navy 76 The victory was the first in two: Huntington 93, Goshen 80 conference games for Northwest-1 Indiana Central 62, Franklin.54 crn while Michigan suffered its (overtime) ISrit loss in three games and: Defiance 72, Tri-State 57 slipped Into a second place tie I Hanover 88, Indiana Tech 74 JAM SESSION There's almost too much of a good thing at Cypress Gardens, Fla., where water skiers are so numerous that traffic lights may have to be installed. These aquamaids solve the problem by keeping strictly in line. Very neat one. Wabash unset Rensselaer 37-33 in the J-V show. Winning teams in each class were presented trophies. Summary: FROSH TOURNEY Logan Blacks — Vance 8. Wray 3, Huston 4, Bender 15, Thomas ModricKer 4, Baumgartner, Porter 1. Shook, Walters 2, Schue 2, Briggs- 2, Hendricks. Winamac — F. Zahrt, Stockdale 2 Ash 5, Thompson 7. Lewis 3, Schmicker, Freeman, Wall, Scolt. Baker. Logan Reds — Myers 7, Burns 11, Welch 8. D. Farrell 12. Newton 8. L. Farrell. McFatridge, lies 3, Timberman, Foutz, Carr, Shanks Rensselaer — Armold 6. Cole 12 .Steinke 6. Wriffht 2, Williams 1, Culp 2, Gull. Richlind 1, Mcssman 5, Davisson 2. Final — Logan Reds: Myers 8, Burns 6, Welch 8, D. Farrell 19, Newton, lies, L. Farrell. Logan Blacks: Vance, Wray 2, Huston 7. Bender 10. Thomas 2. Modricker 2, Baumeartner 2. Porter. B TEAM TOURNEY Logan — Wagner 6, Jordan 2 Tuberty 7, Meade 4, Schwering 13, Riesling, Fritts, Maple. Gast 1. Medland. Winamac — Berger 17 .Lewis 8, Lord 2, Planck 10 Beeler. Wabash — Daugherty 3, LaSalle 10, Leonard 2, Gill en 9. Ricenour 7. Temple 6, Dronk. Rensselaer— Hamacher 5, Smith. Cain 7, Roth 9. Taylor 7, Brandenburg, Ocher- rr.an. — Winamac: Berger 8, Lewis 14, Lord 5, Planck 10, Beeler 1, Kruger. Wabash — Daush- erty 4, LaSalle 5, Leonard 9, Gillen 6, Ricenour 7, Drook. Temple 3, COMPASS PLANT Direction car; be determined by means of the compass plant. When exposed alike on all sides to sunlight, the edges of its leaves point approximately north and south. FLOWERS OF TEXAS Texas boasts about 5,000 different species of wild' flowers, some of which grow there exclusively. Na live flora ranges from rugged cacti to delicate orchids. Miami County Tourney Bunker Hill 41, Peru b 31 Converse 66, Clay Twp. 37 Converse 61, Bunker Hill 35 (final) White County Tourney Wolcott 62, Monon 51 Idaville 59, Brookston 57 (overtime) Wolcott 71, Idaville 48 (final) Lawrence County Tourney Needmore 54, Huron 37 Williams 42, Fayetteville 39 Williams 52, Xeedmore 41 (final) Indpls. Park 54, Indiana Deaf School 33 Valparaiso 49, La Porte 37 Indpls. Attucks 67, Manual 52 Indpls. Howe 58, Southport 57 Lapel 50, Anderson St. Mary's 48 Pcndleton Tourney Fortville 65, Markleville 47 (final) Hancock Counfy Tourney Xew Palestine 62, Mount Comfort 54 (final) Churubusco Tourney Jefferson Center 45 Coesse 37 (consolation) Larwill 38, Churubusco 37 (final) Wells County Tourney Lancaster 74, Jackson 49 Ossian 50, Rockcreek 25 Ossian 58, Lancaster 40 (final) Jay County Tourney PennviKe 50, Gray 44 Redkey 63, Madison Twp. 39 Pennville 55, Redkey 51 (final) Muncie Burris 64, Monticello 56 Lebanon 63, Frankfort 5i Evansville Central 50, Bloomington 47 throw by Jim Moss and then go ahead on a corner shot by Ronnie Jones. It didn't last long as Jim Rayl hit a pair of quickies and Kokomo was back in front to stay. At halftime the Kats held a 44-39 edge. Then in the third period the Kats went on a real scoring binge, most of it by Rayl and they headed into the final period with a 70-54 lead. When Kokomo moved it to a 20- point advantage at 74-54 on shots by Don Bowling and Rayl, the Berries began to battle back and managed to creep up within ten points at 80-70. It was still ten points 82-72 with three minutes left but the Berries couldn't get any closer and the Kats finally finished with an 11-poinl. bulge as everybody got into the act, including three subs. Don Bowling hit 16 points to be Rayl's chief helper in the Kokomo triumph while Ray Barbaugh and Chuck Fawcett chipped in 10 each and sub Roger Thurston got 9. joing to Toronto was contacted by the Eagles last week. Not as successful in Canadian football, Pool told Toronto General Manager Lew Hayman that he expected to make up his mind about going with the Eagles this weekend. Although the Birds' front office said "we would like to have Mr. Pool but have not made him an offer." FAZIO IN LEAD MINNEAPOLIS W—Buzz Fazio, veteran St. Louis star whose horrendous one-game 109 last year made tournament history, grabbed an early lead in the qualifying rounds of the annual Ail- Star bowling meet here Saturday. The greying, 49-year-old grandfather fired a six-game total of 1,294 to top the scores of 96 men who rolled in the first two of the day's four squads. Fazio, captain of the national champion Falstaff team, had Logan was topped by Larry ff omres o£ ^ 232 - *>*• 1! ». 202 and Cart and Ronnie Jones, the co-| 218 for a 21 ^ average, captains, who tallied 20 each! while Butch Jones and sub John' WINGS WIN Gibson had 10 apiece. Jimmy! DETRO . ,,»_ Th -nrfrnH ttnri Sweet tallied 7 and Billy Cuppy w^fX^^ftjur^d "• Gordie Howe most of the way. The victory gave the Kats a 3-1 mark in the NCC and left the Berries with a 1-2 mark. Kokomo also romped off with the B team game 59 to 32 leading at all 'quarters 16-11, 28-17 and 49-25. i Tim Wagner hit 10 points to pace ! the Berries while Hughes got 21 for the Kats. In the varsity match the Berries hit 31 of 81 field attempts for 38.2 per cent and added only 14 of 31 free throws while Kokomo counted 37 of -80 from the field for 46.2 per cent and 13 of 25 from the free throw line. Logansport B. Jones R. Jones Moss Cart Sweet Gibson FG FT PF TP 4 2 0 10 20 3 20 scored three goals in the second period Saturday and defeated the Chicago Black Hawks 4- 1 in a National Hockey League game that was nationally televised. 44 Evansville North 60, Boonvilie Wabash County Tourney White's Institute 49, Noble Twp 48 Lagro 46, LaFontain e 45 White's 69, Lagro 68 (final) Vmcennes 69, T e r r e Haute Gerstmeyer 55 Muncie Central 65, Terre Haute Garfield 59 Glenn 49, Hammond Noll 46 Greenfield 63, Lawrence Central Cuppy Totals Kokomo Bowling Harbaugh Graham Rayl Fawcett Thurston Gillem i Campbell Totals 3016 31 14 15 76 FG FT PF TP 7 4 0 15 5 4 1 1 16 10 1 4 37 4 10 0 9 0 2 0 56 Indpls. Broad Ripple 63, Richmond 58 Clarksville Providence 73, Indianapolis Sacred Heart 61 Indpls. Washington 59, Tech 57 _Indpls. Wood 74, Warren Central 65 South Bend Riley 57 Fort Wayne North 38 Fort Wayne South 54, Mishawaka 45 Fort Wayne Central 60, Elkhart 37 13 19 87 Officials — Tom Dean and Charles Northam. B Berries — Schwering 1, Meade 7, Tuberty 7, Jordan 2, Wagner 10, Fritts 3, Kiesling 2, Maple, Streu, Nichols, Gundrum. Kokomo — Minor 13, Hughes 21, Astell 10, Kellar, Kessler 6, Leslie 3, Wood 6, Seldon, Fuller, Campbell. Rochester 73, Warsaw 26 Fort Wayne Concordia 72 Ken- dailville 50 Howe Military 66, Wolcottville 44 Abraham Lincoln served one term in the House of Representatives, from 1847 to 1849. Grid Goal Posts To Stay In Place FORT LAUDBRDALE, Fla. Wl— A revised plan to relocate goal I posts won a reprieve from football rule makers Saturday. And the first change in the game's scoring system since 1906 was recommended by Rules Chairman H. 0. (Fritz) Crisler of Michigan. Both will have to wait another year for final action however. 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