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p.* 2 Logansport Pharos-Tribune "Sot. Evening, Jan. 10, 1948 Berries Trample Tech Of Indianapolis 42 To 24 Blazing Barrage Wilts Visitors Denhardt, Justice and Price Spark Logan in Impressive Conference Triumph Before Crowd. BASKETBALL RESULTS LaPorte 47 Goshen 36 1 Evansville Central 57 Vlnccnnes ; 36 i Evansville Memorial 58 Jasper 4S j Boonville 45 Jit. Vernon 2S I Greencastle 44 Howe 42 Area Cage Results ......-.. .. > ,. ... wv _ Tlpton Bents loiigfc'llow' I the local gym after leading S4 to 6, Snydsr 0, Tobias IS, Harless 3. . j Chalmers': Brookshire 36, Terner I j 0, Headdy 4, Berkhiser 0. Rosen- i ' treter 7, Ruemler 3, Siynn 1, Raub.' Sideline Glances Tipton remained u'ttdel'eated 'in the grade school league by -trip- Indianapolis Ping Longfellow school 37-26. Friday afternoon at Longfellow, Half- ' 12 at the half. The Roann "B" team won, 20-12, Summary: 0, Toumina 1. ROCHESTER. !33 Large . Unleashing a scorching attack late in the third period, the Berries humbled a highly rated Tech, of Indianapolis, quintet 42 to 24 Friday night before nearly 4,000 fans at Berry Bowl. The triumph left the McConnelmen in a two-way tie with the Richmond Red Devils for third place in the North Central conference race. Both quintets had trouble finding the range in the first period and battled it out on the free throw line. The Berries sank seven out of nine tosses in the opening chapter to give them a 7 to 6 lead over Tech at the first intermission. The 6reen Wave connected only once from the field in the session. Tho two combinations battled on ] their toes. Long scored under the even terms for tho next eight min-'nets to make It 40 to 24, Albright utes but Tech hit an extra char-i replaced Klntf. Denhardt scored ity toas to give them a 16 to 13 Jon a long push shot to make it: j Bend Central 5S edge at the half. Midway In the ' Logansport, 42; Tech, 24. third stanza, tho score was knotted • Box Score: at 21-all, btlt Foster and Denhardt > loffmisport (1-) l"(Ji FT PF each connscted twice from (lie free I rjcnhardt, f 3 6 4 throw line to-put the Berrlos ahead, |Foster, f '..... 1 25 to 21. Just before the bell. Long ILOUB, £ 2 Lafayette Jefferson 51 Frankfort 4 Evansville ReiU 51 Washington , time score showed-Tipton leading, [„ 26-11. Summary: , Tipton: Ridenour 9, Sweet Smith 16,-Byers 2, Gallon-ay 2, Boyd 0, Yerkes 0, Emerscm 4, Sorenson 0, Weland-O. Longfellow: Antrim 12, Roger-I, Bard 0, Wade 0, Price 4, Virie- Roann-Mouser 13, Huffman 10, I Rochester's Zebras edged out Tip- j i ton, 42 to 36, Iriaay nigr.t at the | ! local gyin after leading 21 to 15 [ : Next week will be ''County Tourney Week" in" this ares. Although I the Cass show is not slated, until the las: days of this month, there Will , ., j be four all-county features on the'hook for the Carroll. Fulton, Pulaski, " Iis> j and White county quintets. That ought- to provide plenty of thrills for Ind., Jan. 10— . che hardwood followers in this vicinitv. rSteele 16, Early 2, L- Wolf 6, Yan- gard 0, Owens .6, Zimmerman 0, McKee 0, Bedford 51 Bloomington High -IS Oolitic 42 Mitchell 2« Seymour 40 Rushville 31 Martinsvllle. 42 Shelbyville 27 Logansport 42 Indianapolli Tech | Rhlnehart 0, Smith- 2, '' - ' Breler 0. Gary Emerson 37 ' Hammond j Tech 35 Hammond Clark 55 -Gary Wallace 36 59 Gary Tolloston 49 ! Buskirk 2, Johnson, G. Wolf. Lake- j at the half. The local 4, ! ton—Ebbinghouse 2, Elts 5, Wei- I wo ». 39-13. ° ' man 7, Butler 12, Moore '2, Slack ! Summary: "B" team The Miami county show will not be held until January 22, and at this writing it looks as though those Converse Bordermen will be the DELPHI 'WINS TWO ROYAL CENTRE,. Ind. — Kerker and IvesTed the way for Delphi with 19 and. 17 points rcspec- , T ,. . rn ,, . . „„ lively in downing Royal Centre Hammond High 52 Valparaiso 23 , Mt night ,„ a hig V sco ; ing match 155-53. The Oracles also were a! head at the half 39-29 and took the I ! "B" tilt 32-23. .' | Royal Centre: Ferguson IS, Col- | Madison 62 Aurora 32 Fort Wayne Central '62 South VCleven&er. TOPS STARS STAR CITY. Ind., Jan, 10- -The Fulton Bull Doss nipped Star City, E2 to 44, Friday night after leading 24 to 20 at the half. Fulton won the opener, 40 to IS. Summary: Star City—Smith 17, Hcttinger 14, Harper 5, Shultz 3, White 4, Rochester—Jones, -: Stocking, netters to beat in that fracas. In fact. Coach Glenn Smith's cagers have one of the best marks in this area, Tho Bordermen stretched their 'all- game record to 10 straight the other night, when they handed the 10; Schorer, 14; Storks.' 5; Musick.' land I"' 1 " 61 a 4 2 to 2S setback. Included in that neat strand of triumphs 6; Seattle, 2; Sadowsky, 2; Jack ; are u "° victories and the title in the Marion tourney. Clay township's Oliver, 0; Jerry Oliver, 0; and j Ind'ans come'the closest to the Smithmen in the all-game column with DeBo, 0. Tipton—Wilburn, S: eight out of I'O." Cage, 5; Mlkel, 0; Horton, 4; Bockover, 7; Walker, 6; Pope, 2; Mattingly, i; Stewart, 2; and Kirkwood, 1, MOXTICELLO LOSES ALEXANDRIA, Ind., Jan. ID- Parcel 1, Bunnell, Fultou-Richter Alexandria edged out the'Tio?a 16, P. Zartman 15, Reed 2, Master- ! - -• ...... son 10, Wagoner 9, R. Fred. Indians of Monticello, 45 to 43, Fri- sank 6 Jeft bander and Dcnhardt j j> r lcc, c . scored on a tip-In us the Berry at- ; Murray, c tack began to roll. At the close of|j us t| Ce , £ tho third chapter, the Berrlea wore j Leonard, g le'u'dlnK. 25 to 21. Bates, g .. .In the final round, the local net-i Totals .. tera Bank a ban-age of buckets to Tech (24) 2 . 0 , 5 . 0 . 0 "13 0 3 0 2 0 0 15 0 4 0 2 2 0 14 nettle the Issue. Gordon King, who collected 20 points against Richmond, was limited to a meagre bucket and two tosses for four points. Bob Donhardt and BUI Justice shared scoring honors with 12 points each while foster and Price each collected seven points. Long accounted for- the other four points. Tho McConnclImen were playing Without t£e services of Art Smith, 1 veteran guard, who is confined to tils home with tho flu. Dean Leonard and Tom Long did some excellent work of Tilling In. Although Kcarns stretched several Inchon above John Price. Berry., pivotman. the local neLter out Jumped him on many occasions and played ft whale of a gnme under . ITG IT PF IKelloy, f 031 Rocpke, f ....' 021 Pollom, f 0 0 4 Kearns, c 3 1 B Page, c 0 0 2 King, g 124 Albright, g 0 0 0 Aldrldge, g 2 4 ,1 Totals tf 12 18 Summary (Second Team game); Logansport: Smith 4, Yenerich 1, Plngle 2, Logan 6, Kolcomb 1, Thomas 3, Harris 2, and Shepfu'd 0. Tech: Cline 4, Throckmortan 2, Dobbs 0, Wills 0, Reapko 6, Englerth 8, Nell 0, and Moriarity 2. Mlsliawaka 50 South Bend Adams 40 Elkhart 44 Michigan City 40 Rochester 42 Tlpfcon 36 Angola 40 Auburn 34 Terre Haute Garfield 6D Linton 45 Peru 50 Muncie Burris 24 Alexandria 45 Monticello 43 East Chicago Washington 43 REYNOLDS WIXS REYNOLDS, Ind., Jan. 10—Reyn- try 13, Stanley O v Gibson 6, De-| old ' s Rangers turned back Round | Witt 3, Nacke 2, Newell 11 Delphi: Ives 17, Cassoil 6, Ker- l»er 19, Cowriin S, Dickinson S, Hyman 6, Hattori 4. Pi'LASKI VICTORIOUS 'PULASKI, laid. — The Pulaski high school .netters successfully Grove, 40 to 25, here Friday night after leading 22 to 12 at tile half. The local reserves triumphed In the curtain tilt, 29 to 24. BROOKSTOX TOPS CUTLER CUTLER, Ind., Jan. 10—Broo'k- ston'g Bombers edged out the strong Cutler Wildcats, 43 to 42, I repulsed the Medaryville cagers „ .. ... . , I in the local ffvm last night, 44-25. Fnda? nlgh In the Iocal eym aft ' East Chicago Roosevelt 42 "" Gary"wirt*46 East Gary"43 \ " Fort Wayne South 31 Fort Wayna North 19 New Haven 47 Warsaw 38 Portland 77 Pennville 42 Columbia'City 3S Decatur 36 The victors led at the half 16-10. The preliminary game was won \ by the visitors. Summary: Pulaski: Ulm 4, Decker 10, Roeach 10, Budd 2, Reames 6, Bonne! I, Swayze 3, Weaver S. •Medaryville:' Cords 7. Hardesty, Basketball Scores Illprli School the nots. Denhardt played his best|LaPorte 47, Goshen 36. Huntington 42 Hartford City 34 ! Mlnnlcus 1, Kittle 2, Reldy, Has- 2 ! iett 5, Powell 6, Luken 4, Harris. IVlnnmiic 42, Rcnnsnlncr 27 WINAMAC, Ind. — Winamac turned back Rennsalaer Friday night in two tilts, taking the main attraction 43-27 after leading at the half 25-19. The reserve squid took their gams 23-1S. Winamac: Dllts 14, Clay 4, leading, "24 to IS, at the Cutler won the curtain tilt, 24 to 12. • Summary: Cutler—Cook 6, Sheagley 3, Mill 13, Sibbitt 1, Kelly 1, Jordan. Lucas 15. Brookston—Gray 5, Spear 10. Weston 2, Tlllson 5, Wled'er- hart 2, Fry 12, Karn, White 7. Those Lucerne Lions opened the New Year up right the other night when they turned back the Carrollton netters on their home floor. The Luceme uettcrs didn't have too roych luck in 1947 but maybe now thai they have chalked up their second win they will be ready for further conquests. Next week the Berries will engage the Kokomo Kats for the second tima this season- The contest is a "home" show for tile Kokomo day night at the local gym, Monti- | netters. and season books cannot bo used to set in the gate. Information ce!o was ending 24 to 21 at the j as £o the number of ducats which will be available, when they wlli half. Scowden was high for Monti- ! go on ' show, the Alexandria reserves etc w , u ^ almouuced later . It ou! , Iu to 1)e a d ' h<w 'or the last time the Kats faced the berries the local setters camo luraders *4 to •>* ' taroush by-three points, 35 to 32, Word coming 'niong.the grapevine Is ; ' " ""' 1 that work on. the new Kat goalry may get underway this summer, but HOIV-YRI) So" CL1T 44 ' lhe S3m ' s nQl ex P ecto(5 to DQ completed in 1S-SS- MIAMI. Ind., Jan. "10—Clay of "° Miami, handed the Howard net- Spot bho!s: One of tie best records we Jj«ve seen to data has hern ters a 44 to 35 defeat here Friday l )ostcd by tllat American Legion quintet of Culver ... Undefeated in night after leading ~24 to 16 at I lheir Iast 2o starts -•• Culver whipped the Mlshawnka V. F. W. the the half. Clay won the opener, 2C-) Olner «'sht. 52 to 42 ... Funds received from the Washington toivn- | ship-Walton show will be used towards a motion picture projector at j the Hatchet school, wa are told ... The Burris Owls, coached by Berj nard McKenzie, were hard hit by graduation last spring, which ac- 19. Summary: Clay—Bartrum, 12, Graft, Hahn. 7; Shjvely, 1; Glaesburn, 14; .'counts for their pair of. wins iu 12 starts Burke, 2; HulHnger, 2; Waters, 0; ' New Albany 43 Huntingburg Franklin 44 Columbus 36 | Huntington Catholic 45 North Manchester 35 Richmond 54 Anderson 43 Indic.napolis Crispus Attucks 35 game of the current campaign white Justice and Foster were also putting forth one of their best efforts. 'Opening the show, the Bet; Berries dropped a 23 to 19 decision to the Tech reserves. Tech was- in front 5 to 1 at the quarter, H to 4 .at the half, 17 to H at the end of the third chapter, and then went on to triumph. Logan wnfi high for the Bee Berries with six points. A summary of the battle follows: •y first Quarter Logansport got the tlp-oCf. Kelly fouled Foster who made the toss. Aldrlclgo tied the score on a foul by Justice. Price fouled Kelley who sank two shots. Aldridgo fouled Foster and It was good, Denhardt knotted tho score at 3-all on a foul by King. Kearne put Tech ahead with a bucket from the corner, Leonard fouled Altlrldge who missed it, and Kcarns fouled Prlco who missed. Pollom fouled Denhardt who dropped it in. Pnge Alexanclrln 45. Monticello -13. BurneUsvIHe 36. Chalmers 32. Monon,44, Camdon 42. Lafayette Jeff 51, .Franfort 44. Rochester 42, Tipton 36. Fulton 62, Star City 44. Loyold (Chi) 43 John Carroll 35 Cincinnati '32 Wayne:52 Boloit 60 Knox 48 Kont State 6R Wooater 56 Anderson 76 Ganterbury 50 Toledo 74 Baldwin Wallace 71 Kentucky State 58 Valparaiso 53 Georgia 46 Alabama 44 Tulane 54 Georgia Teclt 23 Louisiana State 43 Rice 40 34 (overtime) Indianapolis Sliortrldge 40 • Bloomlngton University 19 'Lawrcnceburg 41 Scottsburg 26 Kokomo 41 New Castle 25 Gary Froebel 46 Gary Mann 40 (overtime! Torre Haute State 50 Sullivan Princeton 55 Tsrre Haute Wiley' 37 Gary Roosevelt 3S South Bond Washington-Clay 34 Coble 0, Poor 12, Baker 0, Kersey 6, Kairi 5, Reutebuch 2. Renssalaer: Wortloy 1, Way- OJfWARD 49, LUCERNE 45 ONWARD, Ind., Jan. 10—Onward forged ahead in tha last few seconds to trip up a visiting Lucerne and Owens, 0. Howard—Morris, 1; Wheeler. 4;Mast, 5; Cox, 3; Cooper, 16; Grinslado, 2; and David, 2. ATTICA. 45; FLORA, 42 ATTICA, Ind., Jan. . 1.0—Flora's Badgers dropped a 45 to 42 decision to the Attica cagers Friday team 49-45. Lucerne was ahead 22- Ug to ?i 21 at- hair-time, Beckley of the ! " losers edged out Crowe of Onward for high point man, 21 points to IS. Lucerne won the prelim game night in a Hoosier conference j cast le. Sheriff Ed Maddox reported ! game at the local gym. Attica was ., ,.. ., „ . , ..,.,» in front. 26 to ID at the half, Eiken- thoy f u *^ * e £u S* lves "without ferry was high for Flora with 16 any throuble points. Attica won the curtain tilt, Turning to the deep south, Dave Kardokus, of Evansville Bosse. is causing, considerable comment in Hoosier net circles. In his last appearance against; that classy Princeton, five, he sank 11 out of 23 from the field and 5 out of 7 tosses for 29 points. Central, of Evansville by the way is having little trouble ia the southern conference. They have won four league games and have the crown practically sewed up. en in a woods southwest of Green- i j mouth 2, Wcocl 6, Davisson 0, Nayos .T. Bowyer 5. Swartz 3, Richardson Summary: Onward: Crowe IS. Williams 10. .0, Riley 10, Coo 4, Bahler 4. KILEAD, 53; CHILI. B!t CHILI, Ind,, Jan. 10—After leading 27 to 1,7 at the half. Gilead went on to stop Chili, 53 to 33, Friday Brownatown 42 North Vcrnon 33 night in the local gym. Gilead won Counersvllle 4S Greensburg 29 Wlnamac 43 Rensselaer 27 Crawfovdsville 39 Clinton 26 Attica -If. Flora 42 College Scores Anderson 76 Canterbury 30 Concordla 72 Taylor 59 Eastern Kentucky SS Valparaiso 55 ShurtlefC 53 Oakland City 49 the "B" game, 29 to 20, Summary: Gilead—Hoffman IS. Bammer- Hn 14, Pugh S, Coplen 13, Hartzler. Musselman, Ward. Chili—Bos- Well 7. Fonts 4, Alspaugh S, Smith 3, Cain 6, Carey, Love 5, Landls, Vining. 4, F. Bowyer B. B. Bowyer 4. Lucerne; Wallace S, Reniley 6, Beckley 21, McQuinn 3, Kictfl'>. ' ' AKRON LOSES CHESTER, Ind., Jan, 10—Ches- Plans Received For Fulton County Road ROCHESTER, Ind. — Plans and Farmer Fined At Camden ' Virgil Sink, Carroll county farmer, wag fined Jl nnd costs of ?7,50 Friday by Justice of the Peace James LesU at Caraden on R charge of operating a farm tractor ter'e netters edged out the Akron j specifications for a"~proposed feed- j for transportation. Flyers,'41 to 40, Friday night at ! er state road from Fulton to state! Sink was arrested last November the local gym after the visitors ! road 17 near Grass Creek was re- ' held a 23 to IS margin at the half, j ccived yesterday ]by County Audl- The local reserves won the opener, ' 2S to 24. Pcnnl Farm Escapes Nabbed Powlaii' 3, PUTNAMVILLE, Ind. (UP) — Four convicts who escaped.Thurs- day from the penal farm here were DEER CREEK'4(5. BUTFA10' 88 | captured yesterday as they huddled Re'mensclinoider Jones '2. tor Harold B, Davisson. These were received from D. S. Goodwin, LaPone, district engineer for the Indiana state highway commission. The proposed road, supplanting the present six-mile heavily traveled county road, has by state police. State's Leading Teams Come Thru Impressively INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 10—(UP) ner outfit, hammered Scottsbu.-g, —With 1948 Indiana high school 41-26. | b:isV6tbil ii tourney just six weeks i Johnny Bright continued Ms hot Novlllc. GALYESTOX GALVESTON, Ind,. Jan. 10—The j Galveston Cards- upset the .New ! Waverly Scarlets, 3S to 1 35, Friday night In the local gym after the score was tied 20-alI at the half. The local reserves won, SO to 23. Summary: Galveston—Amos 11. Long 7, Brockus 5, Flnuey 6, McCauley 9. New Waverly—Wicker IS, Hamp- I ton 12, Rush, Ford 4, Bowmau 1, placccl Koarns Pollom fouled Fos- j ah(Ja(L early tavorltos to ',.,„ the j scoring spree, garnering 12 huck- tcr who knottecl the score at 5-Rll. ut i c appeared to be fairly well es-| ets and ,six free throws against Justice fouled King who asink it. ..,.,,_,._., ...... .. . ,. ., .... „_...,. , , ~ . , .... _» . . Justice fouled King who asink it. Price' stink two tosses on a foul by Page to put the Berries ahead, 7 to 6. Second Quarter King sank his lone bucket. Justice retaliated from the sids. Ald- rldge put Tech Rhoad 11 to 10 on * short shot. Foster dropped In a short push shot. Kearns duplicated for Tech. Price fouled King who put Tech ahead, IS to 11. Koarns fouled Price who made one of two. On a foul by King, Denhardt made it to knot the score at 13-all. Pol- lorn fouloil Price who missed. Foster fouled Kelley who made one of tw.o. Kearns 'widened the margin to 15 to 13 on a foul by Price, Foster ftrtTied Kins who missed. Justice Kfibtted the score with k bucket from the side. Leonard fouled. who made tha toss to put in front. 16 to IS. at the half. : ii Third Quarter ->Tech Rot the tip, but the Berrlos jg«t the ball shortly afterwords and tabllshcd today as a result of last | South Bend Central Cor 30 points ! BLUEJATS LOSE NORTH JUDSON, Ind,,. Jan, 10— nlpht's games. Evansville Central, touted as Hooslerland's number oce prep school quintet, antl .Lafayette Jef- CARROLLTON. Ind., Jan,-10 — |around_ a_bonfire roasting a. chick- i her of years. Deer Creek initiated new whita uniforms Friday night by copping both games placed with Buffalo here. Lee Wayne Yeakley j'edMtie victors with 17 points, while Lucas was high for Buffalo with 14; After taking an 11-10 first quarter lead. Buffalo fell behind and never headed Deer Creek who won 4636. Half-time score was 23-13 in the Crickets' favor. Curtain-raiser honors went to Deer Creek 15-9. Summary: Deer Creek: Yeakley 17. Harmon 3, Leazenby 0, billon 5, But- tlce -2, Junior Larimore 12, John Larimore 7. • Buffalo: Hines 8, Talbutt 0, Brink 0, Rodihan 8, Lantry b. R. Morehouse 6, Lucas 14, Hinshaw 2, G. MorehouBc 0. been under discussion for a num-[ erg joined. CALL OFF TRIESTE STRIKE TRIESTE, Jan. 9. —(UP)— The Communist-called general : strike in Trieste was called off early today after walkouts yesterday in which some 10,000 or 40,000 work- WHICH WW PO YOU IOOK AT THINGS ? 4 _ nig highest of tha oamnaiffn— (n ! Jamestown topped North. Judson, ' ' lead Port c ntoa 6 - PERU TRITMPHS PERU, Ind. — The Peru Tigers to 39, Friday night here after i chalked up a 50 to 24 victory over ItaU-TUl*, tiaillU IsCI! 1.1 U.1 l.<J (t Oi-! ' ™ ' « • * \t I T^ **!*.» « • 14- 5S decision over the South Ben(1 -| Jading most of the way. The visi- Burris of Mun U Fiida: n.ght ers, in the top Intersectlonal con- ferson nnd LaPorte, hot contend- j test of the night _____ ers for the state crown, came ' A purely city rivalry pitted Fort through lust night's heavy firing j Wayne South against North, with tors won the opener, 24 to 19. Summary, Jamestown—Relck 5, Forcl 4, Powell 16. Gordon 1, B, Miller S. in great shape. I South victorious by ft 31-19 Not far behind were such pow- I gin. crs as Fort Wayne Central. Bod- | Senators Hare Scare ford, Madison, East Chicago Washington and Terre Haute Garfield, who were also successful in Important Friday night contests. LaForte. Garfield, Fort Wayne Central, Lawrenceburp and New Albany again, will .take to the hardwood tonight !n ar. effort to make their week-end outings a complete success. Tollar S, Malott 4. S, Black 1, Akers BURIttiGTOS LOSES BURLINGTON, Ind., Jan. 10— the local gym after leading, 30 to 15 at the haltEjummary: Peru: Wells 7. Snyder 9, Karowsky 1C, Hamman 7, Kerscliner 2, Daine 3, Crhis 2. Dirrim 1, Cain 1. Matthews 2, Burris, Muncie: Rlchmtni 7. Maddox 2, Costin 4, Salyer 2, Wallace 6, Boyd 1, Slick 1, Bales L But East Chicago Washington found the going much rougher with neighbor Roosevelt of the same city. Only a last-minute drive as- ' Russiavjlle turned back the Burl- sured the Senators, finalists last ington five, 3D to. 30, here Friday, March, a 43-42 win over their riv- | night and won the curtain tilt, 24 i Milers turned back tlie Bunker Hil als. who concentrate for their share of fame on the .gridiron rather than in the fieldhouse. JIILERS TWELVE MILE, Ind. Th to 13. Summary: Burlington—Betghler, Another far-northern thriller ! 5, Parker 2, Ellcr 5. Lowman 3, I cagers, 47 to 28, Friday night ii ] the local cym after leading. 21-1S Brubaker at the half. Twelve Mile won the Price hit from the corner. Aldridgo Evansville Central's Golden i was that of Gary Emerson atid ! Shuler 12. Laughner 3. Russiaville Bears racked up their ,10th con-! Hammond Tech. Emerson won just j—Sholty 6,. Hill «, Fubwope 2, secutivo win by mauling Vincen-| before the final gun. went off, 37-jWalden 7,, Combs 2, Smith 6. D. nes. 57-36, with Joe Schwltz con-] 35. The score was tied at 35-all [Dunlap 2, Dun- 1, I. Dunlap 7. trlbuting IS markers for highpoint | with four seconds to go when Rog- honors. Two other Pocket City clubs — j Memorial and Reitz—also moved Memorial I er Gill's two-pointer swished upset after through the net for the 'game-win--I GRASS CREEK, Ind., Jan. 10— nlng points. • • j Grass Creek bowed to Leiters.-Ford, Tcrrc Haute Garfield, . mean- j 44 to * 3 ' Fi-ide-y night here'aftar while, which is putting all Its eggs traillD E 22 to 21 at tne half - The Into one basket labeled "Junior I vi »itors won the opener, 29 to 20- drove under to score. King fouled Justice who made two and tha Berries lead. 13 to IS. Kearns con-].!,,...., ,>,„ A _,,_.iM,, meted on a tip-in but Justice hook- ^pris^d Jasper ftont. 21 to 20. Leonard fouled Aid- f co .^ d a , ™ ild £ •rtege who made one of two. Long I tralltn s 25 : 20 nt -^placed Leonard. Pollom fouled ! ^ e ' tr di ! Ce ,. t . c . (1 . ^ »; 8hln s to n- al - ?3 'Aster who hit twice and the Bor- I I- a »«T«tte V hips irankiort •ijes lead. 23 to 21. Denhardt fouled j Lafayette Jefferson defeated only ;Adridge who missed. Kins fouled j ^ Evansville Central, continued ; Conference game to Elkhart on i t 1 £ yjstice- and It was wide. Page re- j to P ace the Xortn Central field by j free throws. Elkhart had 29 op- ; ,' rfllhoun 'jDiaced Kearns and fouled Den- j turning back Frankfort. 51-44, and ; portunities from the 15-foot line j" , •"jjju-dt. Bob made both of them. LaPorte's Sllcers made it 11 in a : and converted IS. The Red Devils PAMHERS DEFEATED the half, while LoveHette." won its fifth game in six starts by dropping Linton. 69-15. Loveliette getting 27 points. Michigan City-.'lost a Northern Summary: Grass Creei—Douglas J. opener 26 to 21. Summary: Twelve Mile: Moon. 15; Murdan 0: Kantzer, 1: Easter. 12; Osman, 2; Ash. 10; Wllhelm, 0; Wilson. 5; and Townsend, 2, Bunker Hill: Bevington, 7; Klnzie, 1: Shorer, 15; Biddle. 0; Bailey, 4; Stout, 3; Frye, "; and Riggle. 1. . • Grostefon 2. Harrold 4, Cutltr 1, 19. M. Grostefon. 44, CAMDEX 42 MO^ON, Ind..- Jan. 10—Cmntien hlfh school's cagers fell In defeat last night at the local gym to Monon in a close game 44-42. Mono-n 7,'.'Kelly I' ,9pepke replaced King. Long sank ;iC beauty to make It 27 to 21. row at the expense of G-osh«n. The i outshot their rivals from the field. score there was 47-36. ; but made good on only 12 of 20 ;Bnepke fouled Denhardt who miss- j Bloominston was aiming to up- ; free throws. it. Denhardt scored on a tip-In, i set Bedford's applecart In a real i In other good gams*. Peru ran 'Sbore: Logansport, 29: Tech, 21. : ~ Fourth Qnartcr ;™King and Kearns returned for thriller, but the Stonecutters. In j its string of victoriss to seven, fourth place of this week's United I baiting Muncie Burris 50-14 'in R Press rankings, aked out a 5I-4S i Centra! Indiana Conference tilt: the victory. The Monon "B" team also was victorious, winning 27-13. Surrary: Monon: McDonald 14. Seward 1 , Beasy, I. Wilson. 'Wolf S. Black- forged ahead "to top Francesville, \^T'D. Younp 10, Scott. Hughes. 30 to 25, Friday night at the local j Ward,, Smith 10- Camden: Sharp gym. Monterey'won the opener, 27'* N'ewoey 1. Zock 7. Shanks It, to 16., j Patty 2 Georje 7, Johnson 5. MONTEREY TRIUMPHS MONTEREY. Ind., Jan. 10—Trail- g 15 to 11 at the half.- Monterey •T«cn. Justice sank a hook shot. I win. mainly on John Condiffs SO j Richmond's Red Devils, beaten in j j^terey— Cooper 15. Dilts. Rein- ! BCTHfETTSYILLE' VICTORIOUS Frice fouled Roepfce who made two. I points. Bob Dobson. tht mainstay j their last four games, hit their : ho'lt 5. En?el 2 Reinholfl 5. Zehner j BTTRNETTSVILLE, Ind.. Ja.n. 10 ..Denhardt fouled Roepke who miss- j of the Blootjiington offenss. took stride with, a 54-43 win- orer An- ! s. Rocfc ~Fraacesviile— Minnicns, ;— The home teani grabbed a couple «!' twice. Justice sank a push shot individual scoring honors on ten derson; and New Albany 1 * Bull- ijfovotny 2, Gutwcin 12, Geyer 1. 1 of ball games here Friday night - - ' ' ' ;1P make it 33 to 23. Kearns fouled ;J?*nhardt .who missed It. Denhardt jitrore under to score. Price made, :ii-37 to 23 on a tip-in. Kearos foul.;*! Justice who missed It. A dou- .•*{«. foul .was called on Denharctt j^d Kearns -and . they both sank , -fielders and five charity- tosses foiidofj, who started Richmond's i Fitepat'rick 5, Erb " points. Madison's ! downfall three weeks ago. nipped i Anderson. Cubs, upended by j Huntlnsburg's Happy Hunters in Shelbjrille earlier this week, re- (another close southern battle 43- bounded with, &n overwhelming 6: Malchow l.ifrom' a'risiting. Chalmers squad. the first team winning 3S-32 and the reserve five copping one 27-23. Half-time found -Chalmer* ahead BOA?TN' IS VieTOK and Fmnklln beat CoiumKus, ROANN. Ind-. Jan. 10— Roinn is-15. S2 triumph over, Aurora., while 44-3.8. to take too lead in the jwenr oa a scoring tprts to stop Burnettsvilie: Byrkett - )_... -. _ • . • _^ — ._-. .... . ryHERE your eyes *rc concerned, it's no fun to be either nearsighted or farsightcd. But where your welfare, and the welfare of your family is involved, it's better, muck btt- tcr to btjanighied. It's better to be able to see the future clearly. To know that there is security waiting- for you and j'our loved ones in the years ahcid. One of the best ways in die world o/guar- anteeing that security is an investment nc/'j> ' in U. S. Savings Bonds. Buy Bonds regularly. If you work for wages or salary, get your Bonds through Payroll Savings—the only installment-buying plan. If you are in business or in a profession, and the Payroll Savings Plan is not available to you, sign up for the Bond-A-Month Plan at your bank. Don't votry about the future. Plan for it. Lawrcnceburg, another front-ran- I South Central Conferenc*. Som] Laket'on, 43 to 29, TYiday aiglit in ' mer« 0, Mertz 0,, Broughtoa -0, Automatic saving is sure saving- U. S. Savings Bonds The National Bank of Logansport Tlut d t* •£&*! V. S. Tuuarr tfrtttlltmttt—ftittrtt lain vufiett it Ttttmirj Bnvtmnt'ut Afrirtin

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