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Saturday, February 20, 1971
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rage 6 THE TIFTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1971 Top Cat Martin, Trojans Scratch Huskies 2nd Half r i i L. By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Kokomo Memorial Gym — TC stands for TrirCentral High School, the Trojan basketball team variety. TC also stands for Top Cat Jim Martin, the Trojan dandy, who almost pulled the ball of yarn from the Haworth Huskies Friday night after being down by more than 20 points. The Huskies finished on top 90-76 on the excellent scoring balance of five double figure shooters, - but it was Top Cat Martin finishing with 30 points who served up the sensational two pointers, the steals and the great. rebounding that brought the TC team from oblivion to respectability. Trailing 72-51 with four seconds to go in the third quarter, TC Martin hoisted the ball from 15 feet behind the center line for a ripping, near 60 foot swisher to bring the score to 72-53 at the end of three stanzas. Then all of the Trojans became Tom Cats and "outscratched" the Huskies 12-2 in the first two minutes of the fourth quarter , to bring the score to 74-65. During this period Jeff Modisett, Rick Cyphers, Steve Vandiver, Dave Harding, Roger Whitehead, Rod Johnson, Jeff Harlow and Smooth Cat Martin made Huskie Coach Harwd Cox so- nervous that he asked for time out three times before he got the "cat scratching", stopped. Crawford, Wheeler, Reed, Piatt and Swihart all finished in double figures for Haworth. Tri-Central, beset by tough luck shooting in the first half hitting about .200 from the field and just a'bit better from the charity stripe looked better in the second half, but still got only 29-95 or .307 from the field while the Huskies were. 32-78 or .410 from the field and 2631 from the foul line. This shooting made the difference.. Too, the taller Haworth netters collected 47 rebounds to the Trojans 36 caroms. TC had the edge in steals 1711 and after the first half won. the hustle column. Major League Baseball | Cards Open HAWORTH (90) Crawford Rose Shuck Wheeler Reed . Piatt ". Tafflinger McCool McCoskey Swihart Parker Carson • TOTALS 0 0 3 5 0 2 3 12 3 6 4 .6. 4 19 0 18 3 10 2 4 0 2 2 0 2 11 1 2 0 0 0 0 32 2622 90 TRI-CENTRAL (76) Modisett . 3 Cyphers 6 Martin 12 Vandiver 3 Harding 3 Johnson 1 Whitehead 1 Harlow 0 TOTALS 2 5 8 0 4 12 6 130 0 16 7 4 13 0 1 2 3 3 5 0 2 0 Haworth Tri-Central 29 18 21 76 20 44 72 90 9 29 53 76 By United Press International The St. Louis Cardinals opened their spring training camp at St. Petersburg, Fla., Friday with 15 pitchers, six catchers and rookie infielder Tom Heintzelman working out under the watchful eyes of manager Red Schoendienst. Schoendienst got out of his hotel bed after a bout with the . flu to take charge. Among the missing at the opening day workouts was. star pitcher Bob Gibson. Gibson hza been given permission to finish some personal business before beginning-workouts Monday. Still unsigned for the Cardinals are Joe Torre, Jose Cardenal, Julian Javier, Ted Sizemore and rookie Luis Melendez. There were a number of signings Friday, but the three' biggest names were Maury Wills of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Alex Johnson of the California Angels and Juan Marichal of the San Francisco Giants. Wills, who hit .720 last season, signed" for an estimated $90,000-the same "amount he received last year—while Johnson, -who won the American League batting title with a .328 average, got a "substantial" raise over last year. Also agreeing to terms with the Angeles were outfielders High School Basketball Tony Cowan. The inked . which Harper Gonzalez and Billy East Chicago Washington 88 - Gary West 85 Richmond 76 Anderson 56 Kokomo 67 New Castle 65 Seymour 104 Greensburg 62 Jeffersonville 67 Columbus 62 South Bend LaSalle 72 Fort Wayne Luers 47 Lafayette 96 Indianapolis Wood 83 South Bend Adams 88 Penn 70 Elkhart 59 South Bend St. Joseph's 50 Michigan City 91 South Bend . Riley 90 " ^Rochester 84 Plymouth 68 ~South Whitley 72 Westview 65 Leo 66 South Adams 65 Concord 85 New Prairie 72 Greenwood 93 Jennings • County 85 Franklin 90 Plainfield 62 \ Cascade 86 Rbckville 69 New Albany 99 Washington 55 Lafayette Catholic 82' Clinton . Prairie 58 West Lafayette 74 Delphi 49 Lebanon 84 Benton Central 72 Evansville Reitz 75 Fort Branch 67 „, • • Evansville Memorial 70 Vin. cennes 63 Evanville Bosse 73 Terre Haute Wiley 53 Evansville Mater Dei 73 Evans. ville Harrison 54 Floyd Central 88 Scottsburg 59 Cloverdale 83 Shakamak 71 Connersville 75 Indianapolis Shortridge 69 'North Judson 59 Rensselaer 55 Boonville 89 Petersburg 57 Tell City 91 Castle 34 Easibrook 70 Delta 68 (OT) Winchester 67 Portland 66 Randolph Southern 73 Union . (Randolph) 60 . Anderson Madison Heights 79 Muncje South 71 Heritage 85 Adams, Central 48 Blackford 108 Homestead 61 Indianapolis Cathedral 86 Mun- at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY | 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana cie North 77 Yorktown 105 Hamilton Heights 75 Dunkirk 80 Albany 70 Shenandoah 98 Redkey 69 Wes-Del 105 Blue River 61 Indianapolis Attucks -69 Shelbyville 66 Indianapolis Howe 90 Bloomington University 64' Brebeuf 71 Indianapolis Marshall 62 Indianapolis Tech 76.Indianapo­ lis Scecina 64 Indianapolis Washington 94 Indianapolis Arlington 66 Indianapolis Chatard 50 Beech Grove 48 Carmel 76 Lawrence Central 66 Indianapolis Manual 75 South" port 70 . North Central (Marion) 70 Noblesville 65 Speedway 74 Danville 65 (OT) Franklin Central 46 Warren Central 44 Jasper' 70 Bedford 60 Warsaw 74 Fort Wayne South 54 ' Fort Wayne Catholic 73 New Haven 69 Fort Wayne Dwenger 64 Fort Wayne North 57 Fort Wayne Concordia 73 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 63 Fort Wayne Snider 96 Logansport 74 Fort Wayne Central 86 East Noble 82 Churubusco 79 Southern Wells f8 Bellmont 77 DeKalb 74 Huntington Catholic 66 Bethany Christian 56 Garrett 78 Hamilton 67 Central Noble 83 Prairie Heights 62 Pierceton 76 Eastside 74 Huntington 69 Manchester 54 Alexandria 90 Wabash 67 "Bluffton 61= Columbia City 48 Wawasee 76 Northfield 62 West Noble 50 Angola 48 Howe Military 87 Divine Heart 80 Bryant 88 Pennville 75 Bloomington 78 Greencastle 54 Brown County 62 Southwestern (Shelby) 50 Eastern (Greene) 74 Oolitic 70 Worthington 47 Needmore 45". Edgewood 74 Mooresville 51 Bloomfield 62 North Knox 54 Owen Valley 72 South Putnam 49 Smithville .73 Indian Creek 60 Vincenne's Rivet 72 L & M 39 Rushville 73 Pendleton Heights 66 Daleville 82 Wapahani 81 Anderson Highland 78 Lapel 63 Peru 82 Elwood 55 Northwestern 84 Southwood 74 White's 83 LaPorte LaLumiere Milwaukee Brewers infielder Ted Kubiak, leaves only Tommy unsigned from among last year's regulars. Kubiak was the Brewers' most durable performer last year, appearing in 158 games. The Washington Senators signed second-string catcher Jim French for an estimated $18,000. French, who held out for one day, batted only .211 last year. The Senators still have not signed first-string catcher Paul Casanova, pitcher Horatio Pina and reliever Darold Knowles. Knowles, who won only three games last year, is seeking $45,000. Pitcher Bill Denehy, who became a trivia question four years ago hwen he was traded from the Mets to the Washing- 72 Cowen 66 Monroe Central 60 Madison Grant 70 North Miami 64 South Bend Clay 76 Mishawaka Marian 73 Mishawaka 69 Goshen 63 (OT) Argos 63 Glenn 60 LaVille 69 North Liberty 58 Northwood 55 Bremen 50 Oak Hill 76 Caston 69 Culver 91 Oregon-Davis 64 Kewanna 85 North White 64 Winamac 79 Pioneer 77 South Newton 69 West Central 67 Remington 66 Boone Grove 65 . LaPorte 85 South Bend. Washington 51 Marion 79 Muncie Central 74 Marion-Bennett 87 Mississinewa 78 LaCrosse 79 Westville 78 Gary Wirt 71 Gary Mann 56 Valparaiso 81 Crown Point 67 Gary Andren 65 Gary Emerson 61 (OT> Chesterton 55 Hobart 53 Calumet "91 Hanover Central 74 Portage 89 Hammond Gavit 67 River Forest 69 Whiting 68 Hammond 70 Hammond Noll 61 Wheeler 55 Washington Twp. 50 Morgan Twp. 69 North Newton 56 Remington 66 Boone Grove 65 Kankakee Valley '90 Twin Lakes . 53 Brazil 70 Terre Haute Schulte 56 Sullivan 83Terre Haute State 60 South Knox 75 Princeton 62 Frankfort 82 Covington 79 Indianapolis Ripple 60 Indianapolis Ritter 48 - ' '. Indianapolis Northwest 89 Pike 66 • Rossville 89 Attica 71 . Batesville 111 Aurora 60 Brookville 87 Sunman 73 Hauser 98 Edihburg 64 Greenfield 83 Morristowh 62 Milan 63 South Decatur 61 South Bend Jackson 87 Northridge 85 (otV ton Senators for the rights to negotiate for manager Gil Hodges, was back with the Mets Friday. Denehy, who was reclaimed by the Mets in the player draft in Dec. 1S69, pitrhed well for the Mets' farm teams at Memphis and Tidewater last year and is trying to win one of the three vacant spots on the staff. Court To Hear Cannelton Case INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Supreme Court will conduct a hearing Monday morning on a case which could keep Cannelton out of the Indiana high school basketball tourney next week. The Indiana High School Athletic Association petitioned the high court Friday for the hearing, asking for a writ of prohibition against a lower co'irt order which reinstated a suspended player. The problem began 1 a s t month when Cannelton school officials suspended Randall McBrayer from the team over a disciplinary matter. The boy's parents Jan. 21. obtained a restraining order from Perry Circuit Judge David Evrard, allowing McBrayer to return to the team. Evrard said Friday he would delay making the order permanent pending the outcome of the supreme court hearing. IHSAA Commissioner Phil N. Eskew said Cannelton would not be allowed to play in the tourney as long as the current situation exists. Spitz Records BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) — Mark Spitz set two school records as Indiana whipped Ohio University, 83-30, in a dual swimming meet Friday night. The Spitz records came in freestyle events. He won the 50 in :21.1 and the 100 in :46.5. The victory was the 60th consecutive dual meet win for the Hoosiers, the defending NCAA champions. UCLA Hurtgry Again College Basketball Roundup By United Press International For 24 hours at least; the question "what's wrong with UCLA?" won't be heard in the college basketball world. That's the main topic of conversation in collegiate circles lately because the Bruins have won their last three games by a total of only seven points and even needed a stalls- of all things— to beat Southern California. And their only loss this season was to a Notre Dame team that has managed to lose seven games. Coach John Wooden has" already called this year's club the worst shooting team he's ever had at UCLA and there's been speculation that the Bruins, losers of only five- games over the ; last five seasons, are a bit satiated with success. But the Bruins looked like a hungry club again Friday night when they returned to their home court and clobbered Oregon St. 94-64 after barely managing to" beat the same team 67-65 in Corvallis, Ore. last weekend. Rough Test *Four Co, (Continued from page one). At these final parties, houses were decorated according to a certain theme, such as Wizard of Oz, Heaven or Camelot. The rushees ate a variety of food, varying from angel food cake at one house to corned beef appetizers at another, and watched costumed skits which urged them to pledge that particular sorority The parties ended with songs, candles, 'and occasionally a few tears. Bids were distributed Saturday evening, and pledging ceremonies took place Sunday, Feb. 7. Formal rush marked the end of the rush program, which began last October, when some 1,000 co-eds. participated in informal rush. At that time rushees visited each of the 15 sorority houses for a half-hour period. Expanded rush, which ran from October, to December, allowed each sorority to [invite rushees back for one visit which could last several hours. Susan Marie Adler, route 1, Sharpsyille, Alpha XiDelta; Bonita Jane Beatty, route 2, Sharpsville, Alpha Delta Pi; Deborah' Louise Eaton, Box 256, Sharps­ yille, Phi Mu.; Jenny B. Nash : 417 N. Main, Tipton, Sigma Kap^ pa. •Sectional Tickets (Continued from page one) Campbell, Candy Campbell, Dave Campbell, Jeff. Campbell, William Campbell, Edith Carter, Esther Carter, George Carter, Delbert Cherry, Merrilee Go- Keller's 32 Leads Pacer Win Over Ky : ROOkie Winner-- Winner of the Rookie Class was Mark A. Hinkle, Atlanta, son of Mrs. Margaret Hinkle. Mark is pictured above showing a crossbred. The Rookie Class is for exhibitors who have not shown in the Hoosier Spring Barrow Show during the 'last eight years. This is the first year of Rookie Class. - i, (Photo Special) user, Barbara Cochran, Martha Cochran, Thoman Jr. Cochran, Grant Cook, Max Cook, Phylis Cook, Patty Cooper, Blanche Coverdale, James Cbverdale, Ann Cox, Cathy Cox, James F. Cox, James F. (Mrs.) Jerry Cox, Tim Cox, Don Creasy, Becky Crouch, Betty Crouch, Cheryl Crouch, Doug Crouch, Guy Crouch, Jeff Crouch Lisa Crouch, Louise Crouch, Max Crouch, Pat Crouch, Robert Crouch, Tom Crouch, Barbara Cunningham, Todd Cunningham, Olen Cunningham; By United Press International Zelmo Beaty returned to action Friday night, and tiiere was ho indication at all that he'd been away. The 6-foot-9 center of the Utah Stars, out of action with a knee injury since Feb. 5, looked every bit like his old self as he 1 scored 30 points and. grabbed 16 rebounds, in leading the Stars to a 126-114 victory over the Texas Chapparals. In other American Basketball Association action, Indiana defeated Kentucky, 126-121; Pittsburgh edged Virginia, 132131; and New York beat Carolina, 109-105. Utah, which leads the ABA's Western Division, led by as much as 23 points in qhe fourth quarter but had its lead whittled to only eight points before settling down. Bill Butler and Willie Wise supported Beaty with 23 and 21 points respectively while Don Freeman led Texas with 29 points. Little Bill Keller was the big gun for Indiana as he poured in 32 points in helping the Pacers defeat the Colonels for the fifth time in six games this year. Keller, only 5-10, connected on 13 of 18 shots from the field. Jim Ligon collected 21 points and 18 rebounds to pace Kentucky. John Brisker's 15-foot jump shot with eight seconds left enabled Pittsburgh to defeat Virginia. Brisker scored 42 .'points, including the Condors' .last 15, and also pulled down 15 rebounds. Charlie Scott scored 31 points for the Squires. Rick Barry scored 42 points, t including New York's last 11, to spark the Nets' triumph. • Barry's two free throws with 17 i seconds left locked ( up the victory after the Cougars had clawed to within two points. Joe Caldwell paced Carolina with 29 ,points. Cincy Dane, Doyle Cane, Dallice ' Darst, Kenny Day, Mar jorie Day, Paula Delph, Sandra Delph, Stanley Delph, Steven Delph, Andrea Dennis,-Betty Dennis, Don Dennis, Laurie Dennis, Joe Dogget, Mary Ann Doggett, Bob Egler, Pat Egler, Darrell Elston, Charles Ferguson, Cindy Terming, Marilyn Fernung, Richard Fernung, Jeff Fettig, Carl Fishback, Opal Florey, Mary Ann Francis, John Freeman, Keith Freeman, Pamela Fritch, Grace Frosi William Frost, Calvin Germen, Jeanette Gafmon, Bill Garst, Jim Gasho, Charles Gathman Jr., Dixie Gathman, Doug Gatliman, Kyle Grayson,.Sharlot Grayson; Ollye Grinstead, Reed Gulley, Harold Gunkel, Jean Gunning, Tom Gunning, Bob Haller, David Hankins, Lew Hankins, Mike Hankins, Pauline Hankins, Dorothy Harkness, Harold Harkness, HilryHarpe, TimmyHarpe, Lewis Harper, Margaret Harper, Clifford Harrison, Steven Harrison, Mike Hartley, Rulon Hartley. . • Alfred Hawkins, Jim Hawkins, Peggy Hawkins, Suzan Hawkins, Veronica Hawkins, Virginia Hawkins, William Hawkins, Jeff Head,' Carl Heath, Doug Heath, Wanda Heath, Audra Heflin, Ernest Heflin, Dorothy Henderson, Fred Henderson, Myron! Henderson, Nancy Henderson, Peg Henderson, Kenny Hendricks, Mike' Hendricks, Mrs. Ed Henry, Janell . Henry, Mark Henry, Robert Heron, Michael Hinds, John Hilton, Mary Hinkle, Robert Hinkle, Becky Hobbs, Ben! Hobbs, Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, Hilton Hobbs, Mindy Hobbs/ Scott Hobbs, Cindy Hogwood, Phil Hoke, Gay Hoover, Jeff Hoover, Keith Hoover, Mick Hoover, * Tony Hoover, Trudy Hoover, Jeff Howard, Greg Howery, Olive Huffine, [Joan Hughes,' Merrill Hughes, (Eva Hughey, Carleton Hull, Maxine Hull, Joe Hussey, John Hussey, Judy Hussey, Mike Hussey, jRuth Hussey, Max Hlges, David Jacobs, Deborah Jaqua, Doug Johns, Mike Johnson, Rick Johnson, Charles.- Jones, Helen Jones, Maria Jones, ' Phil Jones. I Mary Kemper, Ned Kemper, Brian Kendall, Patrick Kendall, Steve Koorsj, Kelly Landrum, Ra- Jean Landrum, Joe Law, Peg Law, Tom iesko, Bob Letsinger, Beth Lighffoot, Dorothy Loft, Gerald Loft, Mike Logan, James London, Brent Long, Deborah Long, Carol Lord, Doug Lord,: Layerne Lord, Pam Lord, Ruby; Love. .J-/-. , j Joe Mahaney, Julie Masseyi Charles Maxey, Jeff Maxey, Jerry-McCormick, Randy McDaniel, Eugene McFarland, Patricia McFarland, Either Mcintosh, Ted McKinney, |Tom McKinney, Tim McNeal, Mrs. Charles McQuinn, Patricia Meeks, Richard Meeks, -Jayne Meloche, George Mencli- hofer, Cynthia Meyer, Cheryle Meyncke, Steven Meyncke, Andy Michel, Beverly Michel, Dick Michel, Jesse Miller, Karen Miller, Lowell Miller, Olen Miller, Barbara Mitchell, Jo Mitchell, Marion Mitjchell, Ralph Mitchell, Ricky Michel, Alice Molden, Robert Moldei Curtis Montgomery, Steve Mbrrisett, Neva Mount, Betty Murray, Phil Myers.'.' Debbie Needier, TomNewcom, Anthony Nichols, Sonia Nichols, Tonia Nichols, Cynthia Noble, Mark Nobie,.,Ray Noble, Meredith Norris, Cheryl Off, Betty Orr, Gordon Orn Janet Orr, Joe Orr, Raymjond Orr, GregOver- dorf, Nickyj Paikos, Homer Pank, Danny Park, Carolyn Perry, Ruth Pheanis, R|usseU Phifer, Jackie Phillipe, Richard Phillipe, Dale : Planalp, Evelyn Planalp, Jane Planalp, Nell Planalp, Jack Porter, Kim Porter, Jean Pottenger, Ann Powell, Donnie Powell, James Powell, Jo Anna Powell, Rex Powell, Thelma Rains, Brent Reasner, RhebaReasner, Thelma Reid, JohnJRenie, Virginia Renie, . Dennis Ressler, Greg Ressler, Joe Rice, [Tom Rice, Jeff Richardson, Lqxi Richardson, Patricia Richardson, Evelyn Riley, Jeffery Riley, Steven Riley, Mrs. James Ripberger, James Ripber- gei> Robin Ripberger,. Steve (Arnold) Ripberger, Thelma Rip-' berger, Kim Ritz, Fred Robinson, Mary Robinson, Mrs. Ray.' Rockwell, Ray Rockwell, Dennis Rode, Diane Rode, Jerry Rode, Geof Rogers, KarenRogers, Jack Ross, Stephanie Ross, Debbie Rubush, Kathy.Rubush, Richard Rubush, Sally! Rubush. Joe Samuels, Mark Samuels, Debra Sandman, Don Sandman, Lenora Sandman, Jim Schmith, Bruce Schulenburg, John Schulenburg, Maria Schulenburg, Den. nis Sherri'll, Mrs. Shock, Eric Shock, Rea Simmonds, Barbara Smith Bessie Smith, CarlSmith, Cheryl Smith, Donald Smith, Gary Smith, Jack Smith, Jeff Smith, Katherine Smith, M. G. Smith, Phillip Smith, RobertSmith, Virginia Smith, T." Andrew Smith, Thomas Smith, Bob Stafford, Carla Stafford, Ellen Stafford, Eunice Stafford, Tim Stafford, David Stanly, Daniel Stahly, Joy Stahly, Mabel Stahly, Marjorie Stitt, Fred Stroup, Mrs. Max Stockwell, Becky Sottong, Judy Sottong, Ron Sottong, Max Stockwell, Richard Storms, t Vicky Storms^ Ruby Stouder, Thelma .Stouder, Dan Strong, Kay Strong, Beverly Stroup, Jon Stroup,'Day- id Sweet, Jon Swift, Mrs. Jon Swift, Mary EUen Swift, William Swift, Doe-SiilUvan, naftBi »-Sgr- Swift, Bob Sullivan, Dennis Sullivan, Martin Sullivan Gerald Tatum, John Tatum, Bob Taylor, Brian Taylor, L'ori Taylor, Mary Lou Taylor,' Pam Tebbe, Ralph Teter, Steven Tebbe, Don Teter, Maxine Teter, Zonda Tebbe, Betty Thornton, Bill Thornton, June Thornton, Robert Thornton, Jane Twilling. Jan Vandeventer, Jim Vawter, Joey Vawter, John Walker, Delia Watson, Elizabeth Watson, Gene Watson, Glenn Watson, Jiggs Watson, Rupert Watson, Dean Weismiller,. Donna Weismiller, • Dorothy West, Ernest Weismiller/ Mrs. Ernest Weismiller, Paul Weismiller, Rick West, Teresa West, Darlerie Whisler, Eugene Whisler, Gary Woods, Jan Woods, Don Yohe, Carolyn Yount, Krista Jo Young, Stan Young, Bill Ziegler, Rich Ziegler, TonyZiegler. Trooper Arrests State Trooper Jim Schroeder Thursday afternoon cited Jimmie Huntsman, 30, of Elwood to the Tipton City Court for next week on a charge of failing to have his vehicle inspected. Trooper' Schroeder checked Huntsman's vehicle at Ind. 213 and CR 100S. 2 BIGGEST BONDS OF Alt Class off 1961 Help Plan Reunion v 8ow/-O-0rome 2/24/71 7:30p.m. For Information Contact: Steve Coverdale 963-5883 w E D N E S D Associate Store A Y New Management CLIFF & CAROL TONJES - OWNERS 107 Court Tipton —&*•Stan Love paced Oregon with The Bruins have another test v 21 ppints even though he fouled tonight when they meet Oregon, : 0U ( w j( n four minutes to go and he hopes to lead the Ducks past "UCLA tonight. ' Sidney Wicks scored 25 points ; for the Bruins and Curtis Rowe and Steve Patterson had 18 ,' each. Penn oq the Track -'. The only other teani in the top ten in action was fourth• ranked Penn, which boosted its i record to 21-0 by downing , Harvard 103-72 in the first (game of a doubleheader at ^Philadelphia's Palestra. 1 In the second game, 11th ranked La Salle beat Duquesne . 64-61. .' 1 Corky Calhoun scored a . career high of 28 points for 1 ; Penn while Floyd Lewis led •Harvard with 21. ;<r Bobby Fields paced LaSalle 1 with 27 points while Jim 'Crawford added 19 for the •,winners. In other games, Massachusetts beat Rhode Island 83- j71, Princeton downed Dart' mouth 97-8J, Columbia nipped Brown 68-65, Wyoming turned back Brigham Young 78-72 and Hawaii beat Georgia Tech 63-61. a team the Bruins managed to nip by a 69-68 margin last weekend. UCLA is rated No. 1 and is now 8-0 in the Pacific Eight and 19-1 but the Bruins still will face difficulty even making the NCAA tournament this season, much less winning it for a fifth straight time. Southern California, ranked third in the nation and only a .game behind the Bruins in the conference and looking ahead to a March 13th rematch with the Bruins, turned back Oregon 6355. LEAGUE STANDINGS Starts -7:15- Auction Service FARM SALES, ESTATE, REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION ,., AUCTlJJNjEjgf 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. THURSDAY NIGHT BOWLERS 1 -• - • • • 1 Turner Trucking Fred Henry Standard Suburban Lanes Ron Shuck Auctioneer ' Standard Oil Briggs j Farm Bureau Insurance Bud Henry Trucking Elks #2. Elks #1 Pioneer 61-31, 59 1/2 - 32 1/2 59 1/2 - 32 1/2 58 1/2 - 33 1/2 53 1/2 - 38 1/2 ^0 1/2-41 1/2 48-44 44 -48 : 43 - 49 •42"- 50 •-, [33 1/2 - 58 1/2 Farm Bureau Ins., 2598 (B. Retherford, Trucking, 2472 (S. Butler, 441) 4-0. Suburban Lanes, 2523 (M. Needier, (J.Shaw, 498)4-0. Fred Henry Std., 2425 -(C. Teter, 448) (C. Teter. 422) 3-1. 1 Standard OIl.j 2439 (L. Francis, '' (R. Captain, 406) 3-1. Pioneer, 2371 (M. Patmore, 403) Pore. 422) 3-1. ' - . > ' Bud Henry Trucking, 2569 (B. Deford, 511) over Turner 464) over Briggs, 2439 over Ron Shuck, 2354 over Elks #1, 2300 Elks #2, 2316 (E. blind, 4-0. SUN. - MON. - TUES. Cont. Sunday Starting At 2:00-4:05-6:10-8:15 "COMPLETELY FASCINATING TO WATCH AND MUST BE PRONOUNCEDj ATOTAL ENTERTAINMENT!" cownraiiM MAMCX*JT POJSS PKSENTS ROMffT fflKHIUlJL MDfOM) POUARD UTTUmUSS ' RflD HftUV ^ 454) oyer 4S8) 1^

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