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outhern Outguns McNeese Cagers by 75-60 By RICHARD KUCNEIl Who said that home is Uie best place lo playb The McNeese State Collge Cowboys seemd to forget about the "home court advantage" as they played their worst game of the year and lost their home opener 75-60 to Georgia Southern here Saturday night. It was the third straight loss for McNeese after the Cowboys won their season opener. Southern moved its record to 2-1. The game was out of reach for the Cowboys alter the first six minutes of play, when the visiting Eagles ran up a 13-6 lead. Tiie Elagles scored 1.5 more points before the Cowboys scor again, and it was downhill for Southern after that. The Cowboys wen! into the dressing room at halftime trailing 39-20. McNeese outscored the Eagles 40-36 in the second half, but it was too little, too late. McNeese suffered from an inability to hit the basket on field goal atlcmpts. netting only 21 of 62 attempts for a poor 34 per cent average. Georgia Southern also enjoyed a 45-39 rebounding advantage, but many of the Eagles rebounds came in the form of lip- ins for points. Leading the strong Georgia Southern team was 6-10 Bill Pickens, who dunked 25 points before fouling out in the second half. Pickens sank 10 of 14 attempts from the field. As a team, the Georgians made 28 of 59 field goal attempts j for a percentage of ,475. | Tommy Wunder led Cowboy I scorers with 17.points while Walt Kaser added 15. Most of the Poke scoring was from long | range with McNeese unable to ; score from in close against the ; much taller Georgians. I Jim Secley hauled in 12 re! bounds to lead the Eagles in ] that department. Mike Richard I grabbed nine more while Pick- I ens, who played little more than * * * half the game, picked off seven. Ed Green led the McNeese fight on the backboards, notching nine rebounds. Kaser had eight recoveries and J. C. Warren collected seven. After Georgia Southern had run its lead up to 36-8 with less than four minutes remaining in the first half, the Cowboys caught fire to outscore t h e Eagles 12-3 in the remainder of the half. The Cowboys were unable to come closer than 15 points away in the second half. In a freshman game proceeding the varsity game, the McNeese "Tenderfect" won their first game of (he year by top- pling Jacksonville College ol Texas 63-57. Lacassine's Shannon Gary led the freshmen with 15 points in a game which saw five McNeese players score in double figures. Paul Schwarz racked up 12 points and Wayne Fournier, Travis Sepulvado and Larry Zeringue netted 10 apiece. Johnny Hance led the losers with 16 points. McNcese's next game will be Wednesday night in Beaumont against Hie powerful Lamar Tech Cardinals. Georgia Southern (75) loa lam fto Itm rb pf tp 14 10 7 5 7 5 J5 Rlr.hnrd Stanley Adlcr Sooley Jordan Dial Rose Sccarce Totals 5 ,1 2 9 12 .1 8 JACKSONVILLE FO FT TP Novak Hance Philps V'Ryn Lolon Harris Johnsn Totals Total 23. Foulod 1-9 4-4 1-2 2-4 1-2 . 0-1 .. 2? 13-27 57Totols Fouls: Jacksonville Cory 1<S Jwrr, .1 Shrz \tfrn, Wn 8Frn, Wd 1 Zrnac 2 Spvdo FO FT TP 6 34 15 0-1 4 0-1 12 2-.1 10 2-2 2 4-4 10 4.7 m 15-22 63 McNeese Wunder Green Kaser Warren Dovd I Buckley , Plqolt I Sepulvado .10 5 1 0 1 1 lo 4 3 12 3 13 o o .1 n o 3 0 4 3 7. 0 3 6044404 0000020 59 M 55 19 W 18 75 MCNEESE (60) Iga fgm (la llm reb pf tp Id 6 « S s 2 17 4 IS 2 5 2 6 3 I 0 1 0 0 1 0011 0 0 1 anno Allen 000 i Zerlnaue 0 0 n I Totals « 21 23 1» 35 20 M SCORE BY PERIODS i Go. Soulhern 39 .M—7S Out: McNeese—Cory, Schvvor*. ' McNeese 20 40—60 15, COWBOY CORRALS IT — McNeese Stale's J. C. Warren, the leading Cowboy rebounder this season, pulls a rebound away from Georgia Southern's Mike Rickard (34). In the background is Eagle's Robert Seeley (25). Gators Edge Fair Park in 52-49 Tilt 'Cats, Tors Both Beaten in Header SHREVEPORT — LaGrange's j Janese, only 5-11, still controlled amazing Gators stretched their winning streak to six in a row both boards with 15 rebounds. Wimberly pulled nine caroms here Friday night, beating the [ off the boards and Janese add- Fair Park Indians 52-49 with j ed 10 points to the cause, a torrid fourth period come-1 LaGrange actually had three back. ! more field goals than did the Trailing 37-32 going into the ' Indians, but the Gators could period, the Gators blistered the j hit but six of 14 at the free throw nets for 20 points to make it two: line. straight over a Shreveport foe. j Coach Roy Gates' crew topped i Byrd Friday night. j Fair Park started strongly, i outscoring LaGrange in each of the first three periods, but in the end it was the scoring of James Welch and Charles Wimberly and the rebounding of Johnny Janese which made the difference. Welch pumped in i points and Wimberly Joe Ford scored 17 points and Paul Gregory 14 for Fail- Park. LaGrange 9121120—52 Fair Park 10131412-49 LAGRANGE: Welch 9 (2-2) I/ Wimberly 7 (1-3) 3, Janese 4 (2-4) 4, McDonald 1 (0-1) 2, Penton 2 (1-1) 3, Haese 0 (0-1) 0, Guidroz 0 (0-2) 0, McDonald 0 (0-0) 1. TOTALS: 23 (6-14) M. __ FAIR PARK: Owens 0 (0-0) 3, Gregory 7 (0-0) 2, Ford 6 (5-« 3, Solley 2 (1-2) 0, Stivel 2 (2-4) 1, Meagher 1 (1-2) 3, Prultt 2 (0-0) 0. TOTALS: 20 (9-14) 12. s Bomb West Lake by 68-36 vcnge five here Salurday night when i it fashioned a lopsided 68-36 'victory over the visiting West 1 Lake Rams. The Yellow Jackets had gone down in defeat before the La- 1 Grange Gators here Friday j night by a 58-47 count. ': Byrd overwhelmed the Rams CLINTON, Miss, (AP) - Don i in tne fj rs t oan | 0 when it Wilson scored 27 poinis Satur-j cna ik c d up 14 points while hold- day night lo pace Southeastern! j n g \Vesl ' "'•" '" " '—" fi " 1 ' 1 Louisiana to an 89-79 victory g oa i, over Mississippi College. Tin i second period but so did the SHREVEPORT — Byrd High Trailing Hernandez in the ' point-making department was Jackets' Fred Thompson with 13 and Mike Turner with 11. Lions Take 89-79 Tiff t 0 a lone field Tommy Fletcher, Mike Green- sladc and Dan Bozman paced the Rams with six points each. In the first game of their Northern invasion Friday, the Rams dropped a 58-50 decision lo lhe Fair Park Indians. VIVIAN - It was a long, 'ruitless journey here for two of Calcasieu Parish's Trible A aaskelball squads as they went down before two classy North Louisiana fives. In the first game of the twin bill, the Sulphur Tors found the Bossier City Bearcats too rough to handle and ..... „„ ,„,,_, „„„ „, ,_, 6 ,,,, „,.absorbed a 57-34 defeat. tempts from the foul line while The home - standing North ' North Caddo was pumping in Caddo Rebels set (he Lake Charles Wildcats down 44-34 in the winclup game. Both Calcasieu Parish squads had difficulty at the foul line but it proved more costly to the Wildcats. Lake Charles outscored the 14 out of 18 tries. Sulphur hit only two of 10 foul shots and were outscored from the floor 40-32. A lot of team hustle kept the Wildcats close lo the Rebs throughout the game. Dickie Wicks led the Lake Rebels from the floor but could ] Charles five grabbing 13 re- hit on only two_ of _eight _at-, bounds. None of the Wildcats Cardinals Snare Beau regard Meet SUGARTOWN - The Lacas-1 in the afternoon. Lowell Thatch- sine Cardinals look first place in the East Beauregard Round Robin here Saturday night with a 64-51 decision over the host Trojans. The Cardinals won all three of their games by rather wide margins. In an afternoon contest they downed the Fairview Panthers, 7545, behind the 23 point scoring of Danny Sheridan. Danny Dowies had 22 tallies for the Panthers. The Rosepine Eagles, who took second place in the tourney, downed the Trojans, 5549, scored in double figures with Joe Cagle and Stanley Baldwin leading with eight apiece. Mike Ellender, who pulled down seven off the board for the Tors, topped Sulphur's scoring with 10 points. Ted McCrory led the Bossier five with 23, followed by Ronnie Martin with 11. The loss was the second for er led the Eagles with 18 tallies , both Lake Charles and Sulphur and Sam Hinson added 16. Don j in as many starts. Farmer had 18 points for the Trojans. Rosepine took second p with a 64-40 victory over Fair-iVio'i 0 !^ view. Thatcher, Douglas Pelt and Ronnie Sevens had 17 points apiece to pace the Eagles to victory. The Trojan girls took first place in their division with a 34-33 win over Rosepine. Naomie Cole led the victors with 19 tallies. Silphur 692 17—M • Bossier !0 10 15 22—57 ; SULPHUR: Saucier 2 (0-0) I, Barton 0 i (0-1) 5, Drost 3 (0-2) 3, Ray 3 (1-5) 1, El. lender 5 (0-0) 3, Klrby 0 (0-0) I, Harris 2 (0-1) I, Couller 1 (1-1) 1. TOTALS: 16 BOSSIER: Klrkland 0 (0-0) 3, Martin 4 (3-5) 2, MaCrory 8 (7-7) 2, Wood 2 (0-1) 1, Smith 1 (0-0) 0, Cornell 4 (0-1) 1, Jones I (3-5), Townsend 0 (2-2) 0, Tynes 1 (0-0) 0, Falrchlld 0 (0-0) 1. TOTALS: 20 (15-21) 13. Lake Charles 10 6 10 8—34 North Caddo 10 10 15 9—44 LAKE CHARLES: Fisher 3 (H) 4, Carley 0 (1-4) 3, Wicks 1 (0-0) 2, Cagle 4 (0-1) 3, Roberts 1 (0-0) 1, Baldwin 4 (0-0) 1, LcBlanc 3 (0-2) 1, TOTALS: 16 (2-8) 15. NORTH CADDO: Carlisle 0 (5-4) 1, Hemmons 0 (0-0) 1, Schuler 5 (4-5) 4, Durham 9 (3-4) 1, Cheromle 1 (2-2) 0, Harrest 0 (0-1) 1. TOTALS: 15 (14-13) 8 NBA Detroit 130, Baltlmort lit Boston 100, St. Louis 94 Pitkin Cops Many Meet Iowa Captures ley Tourney Pitkin won its 25th game and fifth West Lake 2 15 8 11—36 TOP REBOUNDER — Georgia Southern's Jim Seeley grabs a rebound in action against McNeese Saturday night. This was one of a game-leading 12 recoveries made by the 6-4 forward. MANY ; consecutive • consecutive invitational tournament by defeating Florien 62- ', ning the Ragley tournament 54 in the finals of the Sabine I with a 79-62 victory in the final •' Parish Shrine tournament here i game against tthe hosll team I Saturday night. | here Saturday night. Pitkin earned a final berth by I Singer edged Reeves 77-76 RAGLEY — The Iowa Yellow three quarters, Singer outscored Jackets took another step to- Reeves 22-10 in the final stanza ward establishing themselves as of play to take the one-point vie- a basketball powerhouse by win defeating semifinal Robeline action. 65-52 with a great comeback effort lo cop Ihird place in lhe tourney. lory. Dale Movie's !!•( points was lops for the victors, with team- males David Droddy and Johnny Franks contributing 20 and 13, respectively. Al Savoy led Reeves with 22, John Miller scored 16 and Trav- SLC held a 39-37 halflimc lead i se after MC led most of the first ; Ycllow Jackets - Wcsl La ^ e half The Son" never fell be-! ^ nets [oi> 15 P oinls in lhe hfnri after in SmSn riod but (he Jackels ' P aced b >" I W Batne Td Sfc with 26 Don Hernandez who hit for 20 J W. tfatnes lea ML wiin a P° mi Byrd ..................... 21 12 21 21-48 WEST LAKE: Lawrence 0 3-4) 5, Fletcher 2 (2-2) 1, Fritz 2 (1-1) 2, Rue 2 (0-0) 2, Stolhand 2 (0-0) 2, Grccnslade 2 (2-2) 2. Bozman 3 (0-0) 0, Dulion 2 (0-0) I, { Powers 0 (2-2) 0. TOTALS: 13 (10-11) 15.! . BYRD: Bawklns 1 (0-0) 1, Thompson i The Rams warmed up in the ; s <3-6i i, MOSS 4 (o-oi i, Hemondei a | •• - • (4-5) 1, Turner 4 (3-6) 1, Deramus 2 (3-4) | 1, Frailer 1 (0-0) 0, Coon 2 (0-0) 0, Ivey I 0 (0-0) I, Cordlll 0 (1-2) 0. TOTALS: 2?' (14-23) 8. Bell G'fy Claims Grand Lake Meet Monroe Thompson led the Florien offense, accounting for ' 25 and 16 poinis, respectively. I Jerry Masters was Florien's i top scorer, banging in 22 poinis while teammate Mike Arthur I Wayne Crochet added 12. Four Yellow Jackets scored , u . nlr , ln j, . . .. in double figures in the final 1S Bankslon dumped m 14. game, with Ken Domingue . In leading the way with 27 points. "'PP Jim Parker pumped in 17, New- defeated Reeves semi-final action, Sln § er 53 ' 52 an <5 Iowa ten Chelctte netted 14 and i (EASTERN LA. G F MISS. COLLEGE 2-1 Travis S J-\l 17 Barnes Chlldrs 7-M 15 Cox Core * 0-1 12 Stanley Blcou t *-« 7Youny Wilson 9 9-1327Neas Vlller 5 1-1 llBoone Hnnkins Johnson Total! 33 23.32 89 Totals . Southeastern-La Miss. College Fouled out—Miss. Collerie, Cox. Stanley Total fouls—Soulhenstern ;-a. Attendance—700, points through the rim. G F T In the second half, the Yel'! £5 "^ low Jackets stretched their lead 9 3-3 21. by outscoring the Rams 12 to 8 'a I in the third period and 21-11 in :j! the final stana. oo-i o 31 17-10 79 : 39 50-89 37 42—79 USL Benfs Spring Hi scored 15. i PHKin 1317 824—62 1 Forlen I' '7 7 13-54 I PITKIN: LoCaza 3 (3-4) 1, Perkins 3 i (0-0) 0, Creed 6 (4-5) 4, James 0 (6-A) 4, 1 Thompson 9 (7-12) 4. TOTALS: 21 (20-27) | GRAND LAKE jCitv Bear Cubs, The Bell! advanced into the finals with i U - FLORIEN . Corley 2 ,,.„ 2 , MQSt ers 10 getting solid Albert i scoring punch from Breauv, won the Grand Lake wins over LaGrange and West j £*> ur V$, 5 1 Lake, respectively. Bell City 1 23 is-isi is. downed LaGrange 42-30, and j The host team had three players in double figures in the final game with Mike Guidroz scoring 27, Billy Taylor sinking 17 and Jimmy Gilbert banking 10. Rogley 9 13 14 31-42 wiowa 24 24 18 13—79 RAGLEY: Guidroz 13 (1-4) 0, Taylor 8 (1-2) 1, Guidry 1 (2-6) 2, Gilbert 5 (0-1) OeFrles I (2-3) I. TOTALS: 28 (6-16) 7 IOWA; Dornlnque 13 (1-1) 3, Porker A (5-5) 3, Hilburn ? (1-1) 0, Crocket 5 (2-2) 0, Chelette 7 (2-2) 3, Roberts I (00) 0, Mount 0 (0-0) 1, Hanul 0 (0-0) 2, Talberl 0 (0-0) 1. TOTALS: 34 (11-11) 15 Trainling 66-55 at the end of tournamen' here Salurday night Grand Lake stopped West Lake, with a 43-35 victory over the ,39-28. MOBILE, Ala. (AP)-Southwestern Louisiana made a nine- host team- Al Breaux and E. T. Brous- CAQE SCORES Breaux pumped in 15 points sard sparked Bell Cily with 13 13, Meaux Grabs First Place |At Gueydan , GUEYDAN - The Meaux I Tigers made il 12 in a row here i Saturday night as they took first place in the Gueydan Tour! namenl. • The Tigers advanced inlo lhe finals wilh a 63-42 victory over the Wolves of St. Francis. They placed four men in double figures in the process with Cal- Averon Pigott pumped in 21 via Cormier leading the way points and the Hillman boys, with 22 tallies. Darrell Dubois) Ray Comeaux 11, and 1 Broussard 10. Juste al- point first half lead stand up | against a determined Spring and fiot ID-point assistance from and Broussard as the Cubs oiicn a tiMhl hall same half tonighl lo score a 76-67 bas- i wi«h a Igjjnt fourth, carter I Hill College bid in the second half tonight to s : ketball victory. K. T. broke while Simpson Is Winner At Anaccco ANACOCO - The Simpson Broncos romped past the host team 62-50 here Saturday night to claim first place in the Anacoco tournament. Larry and Travis, s e o r e d 18 had Iti, apiece to lead the victory. Ran Rickey dal McCullough had 18 for Anacoco. Simpson advanced to the finals with a 68-57 victory over Indian Bayou downed Gueydan, llornbeck, with Pigoll again.id-49. Bryan Perry sparked the with 27 The Hillmans matched points and Butch Mat lock had 12 points for the second turn;, both scoring Jfi. Anacoco bombed Hicks C5-41 in its semifinal game Bolh Mr- 13 and Terry llebert 10 for Grand Lake Bell City and Grand Lake Oakdale Is Cage Winner PINE PRAIRIE - The potent Oakdale Warriors won their sixth straight game and second tournament with an 8252 victory over the host Pan- I tliers. i Wayne Johnson and Tommy I Brevelle led the Warriors in the ,, . , . ! final contest with 24 and 18 sition with ease Saturday to poinlS) respectively. Warren capture the Reynaud Junior; Smith (12) and Pal Greer til) usu Cobb Culrer Kesslcr Horgrvs Fleming .Flake Schlns Totals USL Sprina 1 Fouled Total 6 P 8 0-0 4 1-2 4 1-2 6 2-4 6 2-3 5 2-3 1 00 34 14-18 Hill out— Sprl (oulb— USL SPRING T 16Blck 9Ha|eskl 9 Murray U Baker 14 Norlcaa U— 2 76 Total! . 19 Hill, Bi 9, Spring HIL G 6 7 0 4 6 29 37 28 ck. HIM L F T 4-4 16 3-3 17 00 0 1-2 9 0-3 12 '•13 47 39—76 39—67 12. Lincoln Wins In Tourney Lincoln rolled over the oppo- 12 tallies, respectively, Barry Jones led La- with U points and David Wimberly had 10. Terry llehert led the Grand Lake attack with 16 tallies. Sulphur downed the South Cameron varsity, 48-33, in the consolation final. Larry Tra- lian and Richard Coleman led Sulphur with 13 and 10 tallies while Marvin Duddleston had 15 points fur the losers. The LaGrange five dropped West Lake, 28-23, for third place. Barry Jones was again the high point man for LaGrange with 10 tallies. 80 Menou sparked the Wolve lack with 23 (joialb. In the other semifinal game beating the host team in the fi-i nals victors' allack with 27 tallies i H i g h basketball tournament, j rounded out the Warrior scor- * M. MM ,,,e p,ay «<^ ^i^™^ *">! l ' r «»'- Tames he nok-l.ed 71 Eunice Bops Ray ne 84-37 EUNICE - The Eunice Bobcats romped over the Wolves from Rayne Saturday night by Oklahoma City 11, St. Bonavcnlure 71 Butfalo State 73, Potsdam 47 8 Princeton 71, Army 49 Connecticut 95, Yale 73 Virginia Tech 79, MisslSiippI Stale 59 Richmond 77, Virginia Military 73 Morris Harvey 84, Marshall 83 Louisville 81, Central Missouri 73 lona 61, Pace 49 West Virginia 105, George Washington 0 Penn Slate 81, Gettysburg 63 Xoiver, Ohio 115, Aqulnus 83 Cornell 116, Colgate 69 Rhode Island 79, Fordham /8 Columbia 109, Lafayette 93 Ma i no 118, Norwich 85 Weilminsler, Pa.. 63, Indiana, Pa , 55 Case Tech 79, Wayne 57 Walsh 109, Bliss 73 Ripon 92, Carleon 83 Concordia, Ind, 78, l-or! Wayne Bible I Penn 72, Navy 55 Scion Hall 84, Hoistra 79 Massachusetts 61, Vermont 60 Dayton 72. Eastern Kentucky 69 Providence 69, Vlllonovo 59 Wittenberg 94, Mount Union 66 Brldgewofer, Va. 79, ~ ' 71 _ . .. ... Randolph-Macon ; Louis, 68 75 Sou mem Albany Pharmacy 83, Sir Georgs Wll- i lowo, 43 Northeastern 84, Bales 67 Geneva 56, St. Vincent 55 Erie Tech 99, Ryerson, Out., 56 Newark Rutgers 83, Drew 72 Quontico Marines 87, Hanover 80 Lehiqh 78, Muhlenberg 74 Purdue 82, Detroit 7S Wisconsin 97, Noire Dame 79 Drciel 9i, Delaware Valley t>3 Carnegie Tech 81, Washington 4 Jeller. son 63 Mansl U, New Yoik Marltim* 59 Bowie Stale 67. Salisbury State 66 Texas 80, Mississippi 71 Arkansas 75, Missouri 62 Doquesiie 91. American Univ. 84 Wesltield, Mass., 79, Nichols 73 Lycommg 87, LeOanon Valley /I McKendree 95, Evonqel 89 SI. Olat 85, Lawrence 79 DePaul 8i, Marquolle 69 Sak'ii) Slole 89. Bo^ion S'oie n Menu KIM ituie 103 Proli M Bloomlidd 83 NowurK italr 71 I crnoyne 77, si Lu*vieric.c ol Haniiiton 82. Union f)l llhcun ".'I. \vilkes /I liusi Tc»os Mate 08, Prairie View 63 Cape Girardeau 11, Concordia, St. Illinois 68, Stale College, Earlier, , a score of 84-37. , games he notched 71 points toi-| T( ie en ti re Eunice squad saw :•, Lincoln had bopped i a 23 point average and collect-; ac (j on but the Bobcats were led for Gueydan j Sacred Heart 54-10, while Re-|ed 58 rebounds, 22 in the finally Kenneth Young who scored The final coniesi matched j naud beat Jennings 48-28 and' game. 27 points. The cause was helped lhe Tigers against Indian Bay-i Carver 28-19. Mike Kontcnol led thciiurther by Elton Kaul who ial- ou. The Tigers rame out on top, | Oilier results found Carver i panther attack \\ilii 14 tallies i |j e d 15 poinis and Jimmy Pitre Cullough and Danny-Marcus had .58-48. Ricky Broussard sparked: Iwaling Grand Avenue 43-14.1 and Glen lagged added 11. | tre who tossed in 11 points. 17 points and Russell McKinnis the Tiger attack with 27 (allies i Second Ward bumping off Ope- In lhe final girls' game Bay-1 The leading scorer for lhe nals 61-29, behind »cored ll. Hie play of-and Calvin Cormier and Dar-1 lousas Street 50-12 and Second ou Chicol downed Pine Prairie. -Wolves was Herman Mayeux i rell Dubois added 13 each. j Ward bombing Riverside 17-7. 50-42. i who lu^i 13 tallies. Hams 44 Kentucky 99, Virginia 73 SI Francis, N.Y., 102, Bridgeport 63 Ken! Stale 79, Pittsburgh 67 V*esletn Michigan 85, Micnigan Stale 82 Toledo 105, Wisconsin Stale 64 Cincinnati 68, Miami, Ohio, 58 Florida //. Mami, Hu., 66 Vorhta 103, New Mexico Olale 67 Sfiacusc UO. Bullolo 60 Chicago Loyola !2'J, NE MijiOuti '9 Tui-ia 70, Kunsas State $1 ICwa 80, Evunsvillf 73 Hurvcud 76. Holy Cross 6/ Trmi)(e 85. Oelowure 63 Monhallon 75, Fairleigh Dickinson d3 BoJon U 8J, AmciiLan Inlcrnalicnal 55 Rtlgers 108. GlassOoro 78 Maryland 87, Wake Forest 66 HcHiwick 70 Yeshivo 44 Central AAKhigan /S. MlinO'S Slur* fll Olivet 84. Kalnmo/oo '3 Hope 91 Como'diti 54 Ad -'0<i 99. Atmu 73 MOMCtl'i 60. Ocu-fiin 6'.' o.C'1-ine De -.'u.v 80 llr-MOiS v'.c.-lcvCHi 60 NO< ''u-.ood 9.' Ohio Nwl'^ei'i' 34 «6 P> t'SDvlfi iun 59 VVa " N Di'i ^ rj-.u -i' Trin. iy Mo; -'>y Ccoi ,'.! Huoi'i n!l ('. !0.' AMrcd Tcctl W Conn., 109 Middlebury 89 blolc 'iJi. Virginia Union M Kv 108, Franklin, ind , j SI Ambrose 89. Coe 67 ! Arkansas Stale 35, Poisons, Iowa, 63 Jackson State 98, Tougollo 77 Southeastern, Lo., 89, Miss. College 79 Shepherd 90. Davis & Elkms 79 Berea 93, Wilmington, Ohio 78 Cumberland, Ky 80. Campbellsville 67 Bcimont oX Laii'Duth 53 Wanbura 81 Buenu Vista 69 Indiana Stals 102. Manchester 94, over- Mini. 1 Roberts Wesieyan 65, Osvsego Slate 62 Tennessee Wesievan 72, King 51 Snorter 61 Jacksonville. Ala . 47 Lillle Rock 97, Delta Slate 7:i Villa Madonna It, Pikevlllo 71 Fntalav iOi, Rio Grande 90 Musjcmgum. /6, Ohio Wcsleyari 75 Eastern Michigan n. Western Reset 7] Akron ?'• Ca.Ttol «5 BU,MIOM 11 .i V, ilDc-rlori. e 88 Ccnhal Male Ij/, Bcilcitv-n-v',ailoct 48 CuMfn 8S Grove City 8J' laiio'.na Fo ?.' !o*k Haven oi S-tlnibero ;n 4iaiue 63 >'"'esl 1 btiiy ,'i v'o . 34, Siweiv S£ L^aiO' Rhvrie 3V, A'Untic Christian 77, Over imie 84, vVlinlnglon l i 8'?, busquehahiio 7i Ccnual" Conn 109, Coast Ouard 57 Ncr Ih itjams 59, Milllmantic West Lakers Win Jr. High Tournament WEST LAKE - West Lake Jr. High won its own tournament here Saturday night and Allen Dennis, West Lake's star player, placed on the all tourney learn and was selected as t h e tournament's outstanding player. S. J. Welsh dosvned Oak Park in the consolation game, 3128. Ray Scot! had 11 tallies for lhe victors. .Maplewood edged F. K. While, ,42-41, for third place with Mike ! Deaden pitching in 18 points for F. K. White. [ West Lake advanced into the I finals with a 29-28 overtime vie; lory over Maplewood. Allen Dennis sparked the victors with 14 tallies. W. W. Lewis made tne finals with a victory over F. K. White, 38-26. In the game, Bill Rushing scored 23 of Lewis' 38 poinis. Allen Dennis was again Uie j spark in West Lake's 48-35 win «i over W W. Lewis in the final game Me scored 23 points and played an outstanding game on defense. The all tournair- ni team fol- * lows. Bill Rushing, W. W, Lewis; Ray Scoll, S. J. Welsh; Hans ;Lies. F. K. White; Bill Thorns, 'Maplewood; and Allen Dofenis, i West Lake. 1

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