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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TIUBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, MSI RICHMOND WINS NCC WRESTLING CROWN Logan 5th In First Year Of Mat Sport Coach Joe Patacsil's Loganberry wrestlers did themselves right proud Saturday in the annual North Central Conference mat meet at Jeff of Lafayette gym. Logan finished fifth in the tough conference and this is the first year the Berries have had a grappling team. Making the first division on thir very first endeaver was quite some punkin's to the gallant Logansport crew that has come along rapidly under the able tutelage of Patacsil this year. The Berries wound up with three second places, two of them mighty near misses for a division championship, had one third place and one fou-th spot for a total of 45 points. That was good enough for fifth spot, only two points away from the host team, Jeff of Lafayette. Richmond's powerful team romped off with the team title scoring 87 points. Tech of Indianapolis •was second with 82. Anderson ranked third with 69 and Jeff fourth with 48. Then 'came the Berries with 46, Muncie Central with 37, Kokomo •with 32, Marion with 13 and New Castle, which is also starting this season, failed to score. Frankfort did not enter this meet but is get- tins ready to compete next season to "fill out the NCC quota. Berries Miss Title The two near misses that the Berries had in the weight divisions for titles were in the 95 pound class where Ronnie Shoemaker, a slender sophomore lad, defeated "Weaver of New Castle on a pin and •won a decision over J. Barnett of Muncie Central before being out- division; Tom Sailors lost on a fall to Stringer of Anderson in the 165 pound class; Rex Grant pinned Bennett of New Castle but lost to F. Jones of Muncie Central in the 175 pound class. Al Thomas lost a close decision to H. Gwinn of Tech, who went on to win the heavyweight crown. The division champions were: 95 pounds—D. Rader of Richmond. .103 pounds—R. Pine of Kokomo. 112 pounds—B. James of Anderson. 120 pounds—Kovach of Richmond. 127 pounds—Watkins of Richmond. 133 pounds—B. Richardson of Jeff. 138 pounds—J. Roush of Jeff. 145 pounds—M. Campbell of Muncie. 154 pounds—E. Vaughn of Tech. 165 pounds—C. Wells of Kokomo. 175 pounds—D. Turner of Tech. Heavyweight—H. Gwinn of Tech. MSUTags Wildcats, N.D.Wins CHICAGO W-Big Ten basketball standings including Saturday night's games: Michigan Michigan State Indiana Ohio Stata Wismonsin Iowa Purdue Northwestern Minnesota Illinois High School Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Crawfordsville 70, La Portr 45 Indpis. Broad Ripple 78, Warren Central 68 Versailles 68, Batesville 38 North Central (Marion Co.) 46, Conncrsville 33 Indpls. Tech 82, Indpls. Howe 52 Indpls. Park 58, Louisville Country Day 35 Seymour 75, New Albany 59 Indpls. Shortridge 55, Lebanon 46 CONFERENCE W L Pet. Pts. 3 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 1 3 .750 287 .600 349 .600 383 .600 362 .500 359 .500 431 .500 281 .400 378 .250 297 1 3 .250 284 EAST LANSING, Mich. UP) — Michigan State, led by lanky John Green, moved up to a challenging position in the Big Ten basketball scramble Saturday night with its second win of the season over Northwestern, this time by a 7460 score. Michigan State now has a' 3-2 conference record while Northwestern dropped down with a 2-3 record, including an 83-78 loss to the Spartans just a week ago. Green, top reboundcr in the Big Ten, out-jumped Joe Ruklock although his 6 feet, 5 inches was four inches shorter than the height of the Northwestern star. Green also was tops in scoring for his team with 22 points. Ruk- k>ck was held to 11 points before he went out on five fouls with 6:47 remaining to play in the game. High man for Northwstern was Nick Mantis with 24 points. N'WESTERN G Venturi's 66 Is Best PALM SPRINGS, Calif. «P — Young Ken Venturi unloaded another barrage of birdie-making shots Saturday and took the lead in the third round of the $15,000 Tiogans Trample Hammond Wo//5 MONTICELLO—Monticello's Tioga Indians cut loose with a savage basket barrage here Saturday night to thump the Hammond Noll net- ters with ease 77 to 56. The Tiogans, using a balanced invitational golfS scorin S attack that put five j players into double figures, 'led 1 the upstate team 18-11, 38-31 .and 54-43 at, the quarter poles. Thunderbird tournament. The 26-year-old former amateur star from San Francisco shot a 5-under-par 33-33 — 615 over the Thunderbird Country Club's par 36-35—71 course, and posted a 54- hole total of 199. This is 14 strokes under par for the distance. Four strokes back was Littler, who moved in to Gene chal- Bishop \ tried to counter COLLEGE BASKETBALL \ Tickets Available For Hammond Game, None Left for Jeff Northwest- lenge with a 65 for a total of 203. Tied at 294 were Jimmy Demaret of .Kiamesha. Lake, N.Y., who started the round tied with Venturi for the lead, and Paul ftarney of Worcester, Mass. De-j maret had a 71 and Harney a 69.! , Tommy Bolt of Chattanooga, °, McNaught 2, Wiseman. Hahn 3, pointed by D. Rader of Richmond! Eastern 69, Portland 53 i Jones 1 Jn the final bout 15-10; while the Monticello 77, Hammond Noll 56, Warren 4 ' second was in the 103 pound class •where Buddy Moore, Logan .iun- ' 3or, pinned M. Minims of Anderson and then pinned E. Duff of Tech before encountering E. Pine of Kokomo in the finals. Pine nipped Moore on a late rally 13-12 after Buddy had entered the final two minute period with a 12-10 edje. Th-e other second place spot for Lo?an was captured by Bart Swisher in the 145 pound class. ' Swisher had to go the long route, four bouts, to bid for the weight title. Bart pinned J. Sablotne of Kokomo. decisioned J. Klein of Tech and pinned L. Ballinger of Anderson on his way up. In the finals he met M. Campbell of •Muncie Central and lost a 5-0 de- cisxm. Logansport collected a third place in the 112 pound class where Mike Berndt won a decision over J. Rumnza of Jeff but was t>inned by B James of Anderson. In the battle for third spot Berndt pinned J. Reeves of Tech. A fourth spot was won by the Berries when Courtney Justice goti Lawrence 46, Indpls. Wood 43 points in the 133 pound class, (overtime) Courtney decisioned Thompson of Shelbyville 45, Madison 42 Remington 46, Rensselaer 40 'Berry Clarksville Providence 47, ~ • Clarksville 32 Indpls. Attucks 60, Gary Wallace 43 Geneva 45, Lancaster (Wells Co.) 36 Lagrange 56, Avilla 54 Huntertown 60, Lafayette Central 47 Hartford City 55, Mississinewa 53 Fremont 74, Angola 47 Fort Wayne Central 54, Fort Wayne Catholic 44 New Castle 43, Muncie Burris 42 Brooltville 67, Knightstown Memorial 43 Winchester 55, Hagerstown 48 South Bend St. Joseph 63, South Bend Adams 57 South Bend Riley 41, Niles (Mich.) 35 Goshen 60, Auburn 41 North Webster 57, Syracuse 54 Kendallville 57, Butler 54 Culver Military 66, Delafield (Wis.) St. John's 53 Royertin 68, Parker 50 Indpls. Washington 58, Sacred Heart 47 New Castle, pinned Weddington of Tech and lost on a pin to B. Richardson of Jeff. Then in a match for third and fourth Justice was pinned by D.. Keeney of Anderson. The other Berry entrants were eliminated in first round bouts, Bob Collins losing by a fall to T. Eoatright of Marion in the 120 pound class; Phil McClintock was pinned by B. Freed of Kokomo in the 127 pound division: Billy Rozzi was pinned by J. Roush of Jeff in the 138 pound class; Paul Weiand was pinned by Ernie Vaughn of Tech in the 154 pound Ind. Deaf School 77, Ind. Boys School 52 Wabash Valley Tourney North Central (Sullivan Co.) 69, Shoals 60 (overtime) Terre Haute Garfield 76, Hutsonville (III.) 71 Garfield 81, North Central 51 (final) St. Joseph County Tourney Washington-Clay 72, Lakeville 62 Walkerton 54, New Carlisle 51 Bood Greer Ruklick North Johnson .... Mantis Campbell Totals MICH. STATE Anderegg Hedden Olson ..0 . 0 ..0 ..5 ..0 . 2 I'l 1 24 G . 5 ..4 .4 F 3-7 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-3 0-1 P 5 4 0 2 0 5 0 0 2 1 NEW BIG FELLA—The New York Yankees see Deron Johnson as their next big hitter. In his first full season of organized baseball, the 19-year-old outfielder led the • Eastern League with 26 home runs, J.H. Gar field Is Valley Champion TEKRE HAUTE, Ind, Wl-Torre Haute Garfield's favored Purple Eagles won their fourth Wabash Valley high school basketball championship Saturday night, smacking down the Thunderbirds of Xorth Central, a new Sullivan County school, 81-54. It was North Central's first ap- T|pearance in the country's biggest this assault but could produce o,nly two heavy scorers, Walter Rice with 21 points and Jimmy Walter with 12. The Tiogans were potent with Ted Lane at 17 points, Ron Hiveiy at 16, Don Criswell with 15, Jim Zerface with 13 and Ron Randall with U. Hammond Noll won the B team game 37-35. Monlicelloi-Zerface 13, Lane 17, 11, Criswell 15, R. Hiveiy Michigan State 74, err. 60. Iowa' 73, Minnesota 71 Notre Dame 81, Illinois 67 H-untington 82, Taylor 74 Anderson 107, Central (Ohio* State 66 West Virginia 109, Furman 84 . Kansas State 64, Iowa State 54 Oberlin 81, Ottcrbein 62' Stuebenville 84, Quantico Marines 59 Mt. Union 55. Capita! 54 Akron 76, Heidelberg 42 Adrian 62, Ferris 51 Toledo 86, Xavier (Ohio) 75 Centenary (La) 77, W-estern Michigan 72 Northern Michigan 67, Moorhead (Minn) 59 Detroit 81, Central Michigan 55 Pitt 71, Perm State 64 W Va. Wes'.eyan 95, Davis & Elkins 61 with a 69, and Don Fairfield, Casey, 111., with a 68, were deadlocked at 205. One stroke back of them were U. S. Open. Champ Dick Mayer, Newport Beach, Calif.; former National Open champion Julius Boros, Mid- Pines, N.C.; Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Tex., and Billy Maxwell, Odessa, Tex. Northwestern Tank Team Nips Purdue Henderson. Hammond Noll—Abzite 'i, Dougherty 8, Walter 12, Rice 21, Cieslak. 3, Vincent 6, Dubiak, Snyder.2, Habryzk 2, Krajewski, Misiiowski, Ochrra'n. Dave Sime Defeats Murchison 2 Times WASHINGTON Iff)—Dave , Sime, Duke's speedy 'rehead, whipped Ira Murchison of Western Michigan in two of three events for the victory he wanted in the Even- LAFAYETTE, Ind. Wl — Capt.i in g Star games sprint series Sat- Tickets for Loganberries game wilh Hammond here next Saturday night are available at the downtown headquarters, Grecnsfclder Brothers. 315 East Market street, it is announced. However, there are no tickets left for the Jeff of Lafayette same here Friday nighl sihce all available ducats were sent to Jeff for their followers to come to the N'CC match at Berry Bowl. A sellout is anticipated for both home games of (he Berries this week, according to William J. Brown, LHS ticket manager. Brown said that (he only way- tickets would be available for the Jeff game Friday was if the Lafayette school returned some. West Liberty 119, Salem (W.Va) ^ These wou)d ne placed on sale at 86 Cincinnati 105, Wichita 81. Army 86, Ithaca 60 Drake 85. St. Louis 77 Mississippi State 75, Murray (Ky) 57 Oklahoma State 66, North Texas 44 Texas Tech 74, Baylor 60 Dayton 57, Louisville 49 • the Berry Bowl boxoffice on game night. Marlene, Mary Ann In Doherty finals Paul Schutt of Northwestern won 220 and 440-yard freestyle events Saturday in a 55-50 Wildcat swimming victory over Purdue. Capt. Walt Eversman of Purdue won the 200-yard backstroke and 200-yard medley and swam the third leg on Purdue's winning 400- 5'high school tourney outside the i yard freestyle relay team. Schutt 12 11 24 12-22 19 60 Reading o Green 9 Quiggle 4 Rand 4 Stouffer o Turak o Totals 30 Northwestern Michigan State F 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 4-8 2-2 2-4 1-2 1-2 0-0 14-26 3 4 0 2 0 3 2 1 0 20 74 was second in the medley. urday night. FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. W —Mary Ann Downey of Balli- .more, a 1952 finalist, and Marlene Memphis State 85, Mississippi 621Stewart Streit of Font Hills. Ont., Temple 73, St. Joseph's (Pa) 581 played their way Saturday into fi- Georgia Teachers 66. Mercer 63 nals of the Helen Lee Doherty Morehouse 76, Alabama State 66 Women's Amateur Golf lourna- Sime, stretching his long legs at 1 5( L .,.„,, . , a terrific pace over the District Franklin 73 Manchester 68 of Columbia Armnrv's Imnrds. SP t.l Th e CliaM 60, Clemson 57 27.. 33—60 , 40. .34—74 state meets but Shelburn, one of the schools it absorbed, was run- — •• nerup to Linton in 1946. Garfield, first school to win four BfOVeS l/D Pf/CBS trophies since the Valley tourney • fJf^Vli P 16 - 'f- d ? Iy 3M9 at for 1958 Contests the half but ran tie lead to 46-31 .-„..,_,.,.„„„, „, -., in the third quarter. MILWAUKEE Wl - The world Terrv Discrinzer GarfiplH'e R champion Braves, who agreed Fn- foo\Mi°ostr scored Mponts" da V a "T '^'T \ ^ Bobb/Kehrt, son of coach wkr'd £*-«! "t^dafat nounced a general increase in j ticket prices. It was the first general increase by the Braves since they came to Milwaukee in 1953. The club declined to estimate its expected revenue, but observers speculated that the price rise would bring in about $200^000 more —just about the amount of the rental increase at County Stadium —based on last season's attendance of 2,215,404. of Columbia Armory's .Boards, set! a world record of 7.8 seconds inj the 80-yard dash. Then he came back for "a 9.7 triumph in the 100 — two-tenths of a second off the world mark he rang up here two years ago. Murchison had edged Sime by inches in taking the-70-yard race in 8.1 seconds. But in the 80 Sime won by a foot and in the climactic 100 was a yard in front when he split the Evansville 86, Ball State 82 ment. Lasalle 97, Valparaiso 86 Miss Downey conquered Nan Butler 91, Indiana Stale 71 1 Berrs of Quincy, 111.. 3 and 2 Concordia (Ind.) 73, Tri-State 65 j when the 17-year-old Illinois con- Indiana Tech 77, Lawrence Tech j tender teed off into a trap for a bogey 5 on the 16lh hole. Mrs. Streit eliminated Dot Kirby, 2 and 1, when the Allantan missed a seven-foot clutch putt on the 17th and halved the hole instead of winning it. Northland (Wis) 86, Milton 78 Villanova 69, Duqucsne 58 Miami (Ohio) 56, Kent Slate 41 Georgia Tech 82. Tennessee 79 Youngstown 70, Baldwin - Wallace M) WIN NO. 14 GREENVILLE, S.C. Ml — West Virginia's top ranked Mounlain- ROUND TABLE WINS leers picked up victory No. 14 here ARCADIA, Calif, a - Round Saturday night with an easyjOj. HAWKINS IS HOT CHICAGO im — Tom Hawkins, Notre Dame's all-America candidate, poured in 39 points Saturday night to lead the Irish to an 81-67 basketball victory over Illinois in the first game of a Chicago Stadium doubleheader. added 18. Dischinger won ; the tourney sportsmanship award. : Garfield, tied with Fort Wayne South for No. 2 ranking in the state, was the only rated team among the 112 in the tourney. Afternoon games were closer. North Central's Thunderbirds scored 11 points :n an overtime to eliminate Shoals, 69-60. Garfield, trying to rest its regulars, almost blew a 14-point lead before defeating Hutsonville, 111., 76-71, in the : other afternoon game. i North Central, combining Shelb u r n, Farmersburg and Fairbanks, won from the free throw line. It and Shoals hit 25 field goals apiece. Jerry Treadway of the losers was high scorer with 27 points. Jerry Hall topped North Central with 18. Swimming Northwestern 55, Purdue 50 Table was a wirc-to-wire winner Saturday in the eleventh running of the Santa Anita Maturity for 4- year-olds, took down S80.630 of the $156,990 pot, and jumped into seventh place among the all time money winning thoroughbreds. 84 romp over Furman, a Southern Conference foe. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGL'E Boston 5, Detroit 3 Montreal 2, Chicago 1 Toronto 7, New York 1 The 6-5 junior, playing before! Tlle teams were tied 58-58 at the his hometown crowd, whipped in! end of tne regular playing time 26 points the first half to send the Irish winging to a 48-31 lead. The sluggish Illini, coming off mid-semester examinations, never could get rolling. Don Ohl, Illinois' leading scorer, was held to a total of three points. Illinois held three two - point leads early in the game and with the Illini ahead 10-8, Hawkins scored a tying basket and added a free throw to put Notre Dame ahead to stay. With Illinois behind Washington-Clay 56, Walkerton wl ln ° ls feln . mnalf Harry Combes tossed, 43 (final) Brake Special Elkhart County Tourney Concord Twp. 55, Jefferson Twp. in a substitute lineup which included four sophomores. The. second stringers battled to within three points of the Irish before Hawkins turned Middlebury 62, Concord 43 <fi> n ^ sts , am a " d scored 10 ° f N °- ., L .ro TlatYlO C -tiavr IK nninfc> tnvt n AA. nal) Middlebury 65, Millcrsburg 51 Porter County Tourney Portage 70, Boone Grove 45 Chesterton 56, Hebron 50 Chesterton 70, Portage 66 (final- Lapel Tourney Lapel 76, Frankton 61 Anderson Madison Heights 58, Summitville 49 Madison Heights 69, Lapel 66 (final) Putnam County Tourney Cloverdale 70, Fillmore 47 Reolsville 59, Roachdale 40 Reelsville 73, Cloverdale 72 (final) Here's what we do: | Remove front wheel' ' ond inspect lining. O Inspect, clean and re* pack front wheel bearings. 3 Inspect brake drums. < Check and add brake 4 fluid if needed. r Adjust the brake shoes •* to secure full contact with drums. A Carefully test brake*. STORES Dial 3922 3rd and Eel River Ave. Wayne County Tourney Whitewater 51, Fountain City 50 Boston 38, Webster 35 , Whitewater 46, Boston 34 (final) after North Central led 33-26 at the half. Hutsonville led Garfield at the half, 36-33, after holding star Terry Dischinger of lhe Terre Haute team to three-field goals. He broke loose for 10 baskets in the last half and wound up with 29 points. Bobby Kehrt added W points and Gary Aiiten 16. Dan Luckett was high for Hutsonville with 16. Garfield scored 28 points in the third quarter for a 65-51 advantage, and its subs almost lost it. tre Dame's next 16 points for a 4427 lead. Hawkins hit on M of 25 field goal attempts and connected -.: 7 of 8 free throws to come within four points of the Stadium record of 43 points held jointly by Ohio State's Rooin Freeman and Marquette's Terry Rand. Governor -Vaughn was Illinois' leading scorer with 20 points. John. McCarthy was second to Hawkins for the Irish with 18. The victory was Notre Dame's llth triumph in 14 games. Illinois .suffered its 5th defeat in 12 games. First Game Box Score Illinois G F P T Jackson 4 1-2 2 9 Paul 3 Vaughn 8 Taylor 1 DECLARES DIVIDEND HAGERSTOWN, Ind. Wl - Perfect Circle Corp. declared a quarterly dividend of 25 cents a share of stock Friday, keeping unbroken its string of regular dividends since the firm was founded in 1928. Stranahan Leading Golf Money Victors DUNE-DIN, Fla. W) — Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio holds first place among golf money winners so far this year with a total of $7,050, the Professional Golfers Assn. • of America announced Saturday. Second place is held by Bill Casper Jr.; of Apple Valley, Calif, who has won $6,200. CONTINUE STUDY WASHINGTON (ISP)—The United States will continue its scientific research in the Antarctic after the International Geophysical Year closes next December. Dr. Alan T. Waterman, National Science Foundation -director, said this country planned to keep operating its IGY station at the South Pole and other scientific stations in the Antarctic. PRO BASKETBALL New York 128, Minneapolis 116 Detroit 105, St. Louis 98 Syracuse 112, Boston 100 Ohl Haller 0 Bunkenburg Perry Frandsen ... Gosn'ell La Porte County Tourney Rolling Prairie 39, Union Twp. 33 Wanatah 54, Stir.well 35 . Rolling Prairie 60, Wanatah 40 Bre y|°p e (final) Wrestling Purdue 22, Northwestern 6 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Beit TIMBERLAKE'S "Creating Card Headquarters'* 3 0 2 1 3 I. Totals . 27 NOTRE DAME G Hawkins . . 16 McCarthy . . 5 Reinhart . . . 0 Duffy 1 Devine 2 Graney 4 Williams 0 Totals 28 Illinois Notre Dame 1-2 2-3 4-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 13 19- 18 F P 7-8 3 8-10 2-2 7-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 25-30 P 2 1 4 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 18 81 31 36—67 48 33-«l K-STATE WINS AMES, Iowa W — The Kansas State Wildcats took charge at the outset Saturday night and handily squelched, 6-i-54; an attempt by Iowa State to bump them out of the leadership in the Big Eight basketball campaign. TRADE-IN YOUR OLD SHAVER ON The Sensational New 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-in 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. -BRWG YOUR SCHICK TO US—i We carry Schick Parti... 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