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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 12,19S8 AS/zz/er 51-50 ROYAL CENTER — Kewanna's Indians nosed out the Tipton Tp. Tigers in a real thril'.er here Friday night 51 to 50, the game going right down to the wire before' a decision was reached. Tipton led 15-514 a: the quarter but Kewar.na shot ahead 30-21 at halftime and held a 44-36 margin going into the final period. Tiptor Metea Fowler Price B. Wagoner D. Wagoner Thomson Mos: Totals FG FT PF TP 8 4 4 2 0 0 18 10 17 20 HATCHETS TRIUMPH Washington Tp. nipped Star City's cagers in a close game at the Hat&hets gym Friday night 48 to 45 after leading at the quarter steps 4-7, 22-18 and 38-30. The Hatchets were playing shorlhanded as Tom Newport and ^'| Mark Miller were unable to per- inovod to within one point with only five seconds left and on a jump ball situation obtained the ball but couldn't get a shot away. Philip (Buster) Carey led the Tipton Tigers with 21 points and Wait Koebcke counted with 23 for Kewar.na. Kewanna also won the reserve team contest 32 to 28. Summary: Tipton Tp. Frantz Hammond Lake Helvis Carey Prtiser Totals Kewanna Koebcke B. Wolf Cox Harris Hiland Good Totals FG FT PF TP 4 2 3 3 10 1 23 form but still managed to get an early lead and hold it. Harold Howell hit 6 points and Keith Leifert got 14 to pace the Hatchets. Russ Shidler, Star City's high scoring ace, was held to 12 points, tops for the Stars. Washington also won the B game 39 to 32. Star City Wtr.'.z . Mays Lehman Kough Brown _ Shidler 2! Totals FG 3 0 3 3 0 5 14 50 Washington Tp. FG FG FT PF TP 10 3 1 224 0 0 1 I 2 1 10 Wilson 23 6! Martin oiSiev/art SiLeffert LIONS WIN THRILLER Hush Sharp Var.ce Howell Totals 0 0 5 0 0 3 6 19 FT 5 0 2 4 4 2 17 FT 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 10 PF 1 1 3 1 0 5 11 PF 4 4 2 3 0 2 4 4 23 LUCERNE—The Lucerne Lions n:nr.ed the Me'ea Hornets in a red hot basketball battle here! Friday night 47-46 that wasn't! settled until after the game had ended. With 15 seconds left to play the tv;o teams were deadlocked at 45- a!I. Jim Robinson hit a fielder for Lucerne to put ahead. Then as them 2 points the final buzzer sounded Bob Wagoner of Metea was fouled and had two free throws coming, which could have tied tho score and sent into an extra period. Bob hi*, the first one but missed the second and Lucerne as the winner. Lucerne was ahead at the MILERS TRIP YANKS GALVESTON —The Twelve Mile cagers got away to a quick lead here Friday night and kept going to defeat the Young America Yanks 50 to 44. The Milers were ahead at each quarter pole 15-9, 27-22 and 38-32. Sophomore Don Heiden hit 14 points to pace the Milers along with an equal amount by Bookwalter. Turnpaugh's 12 tallies was best for the Yanks. The Milers also grabbed the B game 40 to 33. Young America Seagraves Cole Trapp Swoverland McCoy Turr.paugh Martin Ennis Harness Summary: FG FT PF TP 1133 0 quarters 16-12, 26-20 and 38-22. Lucerne also won the B game 3519. Summary: Lucerne FG FT PF TP Robinson 5 0 3 10 Totals Bridge 3 8 2 14: Twelve Mile Myers 100 2JRudicel Burrough 233 71 Shafer B. Cunningham 000 OJ Heiden R. Cunningham 000 0; \eaci A. Newell 0 0 0 0; Bookwalter C. Newell 3 8 4 14 Totals Rains 0 0 0 0| Crane 0 0 1 Oi Totals 14 19 13 «! 1 5 0 0 2 0 3 0 12 12 0 11 0 44 FG FT PF TP 2125 4129 6 2 3 14 2448 Cardinals whipped the Western Panthers in a free scoring game here Friday night 65 to 49 as Carl Johnson and Dick Baber teamed up for 37 points.in a one-two punch that couldn't be stopped. Huffer led Western with 11 tallies. Johnson scored 19 points and Baber 18 to lead the Cards who piled up leads of 14-7, 33-17 and 46 - 26 at the quarters. Western won the B game 36-32. Summary: Galveston Baber Dixon Johnson Rodabaugh Scott Freeman McCau'.ey. Sullivan B. Jackson M. Jackson Totals Western Ransopher Marr Farawick W. O'Neal Huffer Etherington Hunt Robertson R. O'Neal Derringer Totals FG FT PF TP S 2 1 2 0 0 a o 2 •o 6 3 9 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 26 13 23 65 FG FT PF TP 3 3 3 • 9 10 18 5 1 5 1 3 0 11 1 6 0 0 15 19 17 49 Cage Results MONTI NIPS WABASH MONTICELLO— The Monticello Tiogan Indians nosed out the Wabash Apaches in a Centeral Indiana Conference basketball game here Friday night 65 to 63. The contest featured free shooting all the way. Wabash led 18-14 at the quarter and 39-31 at the halflime but the Tiogans went in front at the end of the third quarter and held on to win. Ted Lane hit 22 points to pace Monticello while Larry Layton was tops for Wab ' with 19. Monticello also won the B.team contest 43 to 33. Wabash— Layton 19, K. Miller 10, Bahler 6, J.D. Miller 12, Willard 16. Monticello— Zerface 12, Lane 22, Randall, R. Hively, Criswell 12, McNaught 3, Salomon 2, Wiseman 14, Anderson. 1, Cripe 2, Slavens 7, Wentzel 10, Galloway 21, Hallam 6 Schock, Herr. CRICKETS CHIRP BURLINGTON Crickets downed - Deer Creek's the Burlington Polar Cubs 61 to 45 after gaining a 35-21 halflime lead in a fast ball game here. Emmett Herr caged 31 points to set the pace for the Crickets while Terry Miller was tops for the Cubs with 10. Burlington won the B gam •. 53 to 36. Deer Creek—Snavely 4, Cohee, Downham, Her,r 31, Baber 5, Packard 6, Diilion 15. Burlington—Williams 8, Loman 6, Kunkle 2, Ehrman 1, Miller 10, Oyler 9, Lytle 9. man scored 24 points here Friday night as Grass Creek defeated the Pulaski Yellow Jackets 57-50. Young and R. Fields each hit for 11 to aid the Grass Creek cause. Ronnie Lang tallied 22 points in a losing cause. Pulaski held a 14-10 first quarter lead but Grass Creek fought back to tie the" score, at 27-27 at half-time. The Panthers moved into a 42-36 lead at the close of the third period and went on to win. Grass Creek also took the "B" contest 42-25. Pulaski — Lang 22, Roth 7, Weaver 2, Hahn 8, Cloud 4, Benson 7. Grass Creek: Young 11, Jones 2, R. Fields 11, Smith 6, Huffman 24, J. Fields 3. BOMBERS BOMBED WINAMAC — After a close first period Winamac pulled away from Rensselaer's Bombers to take a 61-40 victory here Friday evening. Bob March with 19 and Jerry Alexander with 14 paced the winners. Keith Pfledderer's 11 topped ZEBRAS ZIP ROCHESTER— Phil Coplen scored 26 points here Friday night as the Rochester Zebras zipped to a 77-48 victory over Knox. Rochester led all the way, holding leads of 21-6 at the end of the first quarter, 48-17 at the halftime and 64-30 and the end of the third quarler , chishotin paced the the Bombers. , Winamac led at the end of the j losers w ;th 13 first period by only one point, Rochester also took the first 16-15, but pulled away to a 30-19 half-time lead. The Indians held game 31-25. Knox—Bales 6, Leedy 1, Chama 39-27 third quarter margin be-! ness 11, Chisholm 13, Bennett 3, fore winning. Rensselaer: Stockton Lenig 4, Polen 8. Rochester — 9, Over-1 Coplen 26, Smith 2, Knaaff 3, Schoolman 2, Bradley 12, Smalley 2, Constable 15, DeLawter 4, Dailey. Deedsville—Hooker 2, Whitmeyer, Kindig, Leedy 7, Sarver 16, Alexander, Cole 12. BRAVES SCALP FULTON FULTON — The Aubeenaubbee township Braves jumped off lo an early lead here Friday night to tag the Fulton Bulldogs 73-62. The Braves was led by Stan Reinholt who scored 33 points. Danny Hauser tallied 24 to top the losers. The Braves led at the end of creased their lead to 40-25 at halftime. Fulton cut the gap to 54-50 at. the third quarter stop but the Braves pulled away to an 11- point victory. Aubeenaubbee also took the "B" encounter 39-32. Aubeenaubbee: Kline 10, Marks 10, Hartle 4, Reinholt 33, Parker 6, Lehman 6, Bpwersox 4. Fulton: Spangler 10, Kingery 9, Showley 4, Paugh, Heckathon. 5, Leavell, Williams 10, Hauser 24. MONTEREY WINS MONTEREY — The Fliers of Monterey soared past the Frances- vine Zebras in a close ball game here Friday night 48 to 44 after having piled up a 26-13 halftime lead. Gutwein's 14 points led Francesville while Minniear hit 16 and _ f ^u F ,,.i, t»i, LJ. „, j.i.. u ~... «, cesv:ne wniie ivnnniear hoser 4 Pfledderer 11, Wood 1,; McConkey 2, Howard B Fan- John Ke]ler ta]lied lg fain 3 Rrannpnhnrtr 0 Sr*l-i3t-F C ; Ini. 1= Unl'mr o r"/\nH 9 TVT^TV.Till- , . m — • Cain 3, Brandenburg 2, Scharf 6, |!er 15, Policy 8, Cioud 3, McMill- Brown, Phegley 4, McEwan. Win-jen 2, Rudd 5, Dubois. amac: Alexander 14, Heater, Lewis 1, Heinsen 7, Mangold 8, Freeman 2, March 19, Dunlop 6, Depoy 4, Hunter. STARKE-PULASKI MEET KNOX — Pairings for the annual Starke and Pulaski county joint basketball tournament to be staged here on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, Jan. 15, 16 and 18, were announced Friday. The draw i s as follows: Wednesday, Jan. 15 6:30—San Pierre vs. Medaryville 17:45—Hamlet vs. Monterey '9:00—Pulaski vs. Grovertown Thursday, Jan. 16 7:00—Star City vs. Winner game 1 18:15—-Winners games 2 and 3 I Saturday, Jan. 18 |8:00—Championship finals 6 20 CARDS TAG WESTERN WESTERN — The Galveston DELPHI TRIPPED DELPHI — West Lafayette had too much power for the Delphi ! Oracles here Friday night and raced to a 63-49 triumph in a fast basketball game. West Side led at 1 each quarter 15-12, 26-24 and 46-34. Ron Galloway scored 21 points for the Oracles while Ditamore was tops for West Side with 15. West Lafayette also won the B game 37-29. West Lafayette — Ditamore 15, Draper 9, Engeler 6, Sommers 10, McClelland 1, Lange 3, Collins 6, Noble. Delphi — Landis 2, Howard PANTHERS POUNCE G'RASS CREEK - Dave Huff- terey. The B game also was won by Monterey 38-34. cesville—Gutwein 14, Robinson 5,! Tanner 2, Boehning 5, Male-how 3, Witt 7, Downs 4 Ehrlick 4. Mrs. Mary] Jones Dies In Lafayette Mrs. Mary Jo Jones, of route 2 RED DEVILS ROM? CAMDEN—Camden's Red Devils,. led by Jerry Yerkes' 21 points, i Flora, died "at 6:45 a.m. Saturday wa!ked away from the Cutler I at the Home hospital in Lafayette Wildcats 68-28 here Friday night, j She suffered a stroke Jan. 2 and Camden led 20-2 as the first j has been hospitalized since, quarter ended and at intermission I The deceased was born Oct. 29, time held a 35-7 margin. They' 1910 in Delphi to Harry E. and were on top 51-23 at the close of; Mary Jane (Hawkins) Reed. Her the third quarter before going on i marriage was to Carl Jones on to victory. Hon Swayzee chipped in May 4, 1935. with i Survivors include her husband 16 points and Dan Hizer added 101 and one daughter, Jane Ann, at to the Red Devil cause. Bob home. Bordner with 3 paced Cutler. Cam- Mrs. Jones was a member of den captured the "B" game 45-23. the First Church of Christ Scien Cutler: Fellows 1, Bordner 8, Sheagly 5, Barnard 2, Deboy 1, Reef 2, Bougher 6, Kelley 2, Fry 1, Mundell. Camden: Beighler 2, tist in Logansport, Psi Iota Xi, and the Rose Chapter of ttie Order of Uie Eastern Star at Delphi. Funeral services will be con- Swayzec 16, McCain 4, Yerkes 21,'ducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Gr&ninger 8, Ringer, Hogan, Hizer 10, Kleckner 1, Kesterson 6. HELD AS SUSPECT CINCINNATI (J!—Two men arrested with a waitress here Saturday were held as suspects in the $1,000 holdup of the Associates Loan Co. at Indianapolis Thursday. NEW COUNCIL OFFICER TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Wl—Paul J. Pfister, Terre Haute, war c-lect- ed Friday as the Great Lakes MIAMI CO. TOURNEY Converse 74, Butler Tp. 31 Clay Tp. 57, Chili 43 Peru B's 43, Decdsville 37 PERU — Converse defeated Butler Tp. 74-31, Clay Tp. bowled over Chili's Bears 57-43 and the Peru B team nipped Deedsville 43-37 in a three-game set of the Miami county basketball tourney here Friday night. Converse—Christ 4, DuBois 16, Arrick 8, Hogan 15, Burks 10, Mobley 11, Hamilton 4, Losure 4, Cobbs 2. Butler Tp.—Ege 2. Exmyer 7, Hardwick 6, Watts 5, Gahs 11, Standbaugh, Kunkle. Clay Tp. — Miller 16, Spangler 3, Larrison 7, Condon 19, Whitley 5' Murray 7. Chili—H. Conder 6, Cole 2, M. Conder 2, Arthur, Landisj 10, Myers 8, Layton 10, Huxton l,j Shafer 4. Peru B's—Moon 4, Bessignano 4, Monterey—T. Keller 3, Hoover 4, Cou.-dl vice president (or Indiana. Jerry Heinholt 4, J. Keller 15, Min-; He was elected at Columbus, niear 16, Master 1, Bauer 5. Fran-iOhio. Eikenberry funeral home with Reader Jerry Ross officiating. Bjrial will be in the Masonic cemetery. Friends may call the funeral home. Psi Iota Xi will hold services at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. PARTY ENDS IN DEATH TERRE HAUTE, Ind. UP) —Joseph 0. Harris, 33, was killed by a shotgun blast in the kitchen of a north side home during a party late Friday night and police held Lester Scott, 52, for investigation. Police said Scott told them Harris threatened him "-ith a knife and stole a case of his beer. 1875 SERVING 1958 KROEGER East Market at Sev«nt+i Ph. 5154 TRADE-IN YOUR OLD SHAVER ON The Sensational New SCHlCKl .95 Less $5.00 For Your Old Shaver WORLD'S NEWEST ELECTRIC SHAVER New from Schick—inventors of electric-shaving. FULL- CONTACT Head is twice as big. Hundreds of Built-ltr WHISKER GUIDES gently smooth skin down and pop whiskers out. Result: a new kind of shave . . . deep down where your beard begins. Choice of four colors. Deluxe travel case. Try it today. Only $29.95. -BWNG YOUR SCHICK TO US~ We carry Schiek Parts ... Do Minor Repairs Tune Up ... 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