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12 TfHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS DECEMBER 5, 1963 Berger, Bohnenstiehl And Cal Pettit rphs, Kahoks, Lanphier Go With Giant Centers SPORTING DAZE] By JOHN RACKAWAY SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) Three talented centers will be in the limelight for Oollis- villc, Centralia and Springfield Lanphier this weekend as Illinois prep basketball swings Into high gear. Success of the three teams this season will rest heavily on the three pivotmen, ^ach of whom helped his squad roach last year's Sweet Sixteen state finals. Collinsville's Kahoks, paced by 6-5 Roger Bohnentiehl, take on Granite City Friday night in qurst of their second victory of the young campaign. Bohnenstiehl is the only member of last season's Associated Prcs all-state team lo return to the prep wars this year. He scored "SI points in leading the Kahoks to a 72-19 victory over Dupo in an opener last weekend. Calvin Pettit, 6-5 senior who guided Lamphier to a third place finish in the state tournament, sees his first action of the season against Athens Friday and Peoria Central Saturday. Centralia's Orphans, runner- up to Chicago Carver for the state title, take on Mount Vernon Friday. Spearheading the Orphans' attack is 6-8 center Cliff Berger, whose 22 points led Centralia to a 72-46 triumph over Carbondale Saturday. Although many teams will be playing their first games this weekend, undefeated Lincoln Lockport already have three victories under their belts. Lincoln, winner of the Mount Pulaski Tournament, meets Big Twelve rival Danville and Lockport tangles with Joliet and Carl Sandburg. Galesburg's veteran-laden Silver Strpaks, who romped past Peoria Manual 82-45 last week, travel to Moline for a clash with the Maroons, one of the top teams in the Quad-Cities area. Galesburg Coach John Theil has eight lettcrmen back from last year's squad which won 20 and dropped 7. Five of the veterans are 6-2 or more. Rock Island and East Moline, each with 2-0 slates, take on, Iowa foes Firday. Rock Island encounters Washington of Cedar Rapids and East Moline plays Iowa City. Quincy plays host Saturlay to Chicago Dusable, which walloped Creiger 105-54 Tuesday. Quincy, although hard hit by graduation, pushed Rock Island to the wire last weekend before falling, 48-47. In the northern area, Rock- f"H'l East seeks to boost its winning streak for four straight at the expense of Belvidere and Bcloit, Wis. Rockford Auburn Places its 2-0 record on the line against Freport. Alton's Redbirds, who have' Dix Barbers flashed scoring punch in their I first two outings, meet East St. Louis and Jacksonville. The Redbirds averaged 88 points in taking home victories against Quincy Christian Brothel's and Mount Vernon last wek. Another high scoring quintet, Anna-Jonesbor, invades Chester in a Friday match. Anna breezed past Vienna 95-50 and Carbondale University High 8149 in its first two starts. Bowling HAPPV KKGI.ERS LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Kenneth Stewart 223; Jack Wilcox 222: Frank Huston 213; Ron Lee 212-211; Jack iMendenhall 207. HIGH SERIES: Jack Wilcox 606; Jack Mendenhall 594; Ron Lec 5S0; Kenneth Stewart 568; Frank Huston 557; Vance Skinner Jr. 545. Standings W L Canteen 31 17 M & R Insurance 31 17 Nu-Bow! 31 17 Elks No. 1 30 18 111. Power 27 21 Meadow Gold 24 24 Reddv - Kilowatt 15 15 Elks No. 3 23 Elks No. 2 22 Big Star 19 General Radiator 18 Lang Furniture 15 NAVY SEEKS 5TH IN ROW OYER ARMY COLLEGE LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Russ McPherson 190. 18(5; John McCarthy 168; Don Wilson 165; Jim Bell 156; Larry Boles 151; Tommy Green 146. HIGH SERIES: Russ Mcpherson 529; Don Wilson 469; Larrv Boles 440; Tommy Green 418: "Jim Bell 408; John McCarthy 402. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Marilyn Scn- dleback 212; Mary Reininger 198: Edna Chambliss 180: Grace j Anthonv 179: Bettv Herbert 178: Carmen Self 177. HIGH SERIES: Marilyn Scn- delback 558: Grace Anthonv 493; Pack Henrv 492: Jnne Ward 468; Conita GaVette 468; Marv Reininger 459. Standings \V T, Duncan Oilers 26 16 Elks 24 18 King City Federal 24 18 Ellis Fine Foods 24 18 Ski 22 20 Sealtest Milk 22 20 Fcathersturi RCA 21 21 American Lecion 20 22 Mt. Vernon Transfer 19 23 Middies Usually Save 'Gimmick' For Final To Shake Cadets. By WILL GRIMSI£Y Assoclnted Press Sports Writer WEST POINT, N.Y. (APJ op i Coach Paul Dietzel and his Ar" 1 ' my football team might be excused for tossing around in their bunks these nights, wondering aloud: "What is Navy going to pull this time?" In recent years the Midshipmen haven't been content just to show up with apparently superior personnel. (They've won 1lie last four games). They inevitably come up with a gimmick that seems to toss the Cadets for a loop. It could happen again Saturday when the Middies from Annapolis and the Black Knights from West Point clash in their &tth meeting at Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium. Wayne Hardin, the red-haired Navy coach, seems to get a puckish delight out of springing nerve-jarring tricks which are kept in closest secrecy until just before the kickoff. In 1959, the game that started the current streak, Hardin installed a brand-new formation for the Army game — a formation caling for wide flankers and plays not used all year. Score: Navy 43, Army 12. The next year — I960 — Army was expecting some more of the same skullduggery. The Knights were ready for anything — and were waiting for it. Hardin sus The Mailbag Already Dec. 4, 1963 To Sporting Da/o: We read in the Mt. Vernon paper Tuesday where you said that Benton had not won a conference title ever but that they might this year. 1 think Benton has won but I don't know the year. Bob Blondi the Benton referee told me that Sporting Daze column makes mistakes but that he likes to read it because you try to call a spade a spade. Well you didn't call any spades that I could see Tuesday when you said "Benton and Centralia on lop." Which is it Sporting Daze? Benton or Centralia? How many games will they win and lose? Yours truly. J. (Jolly) T. Benton, 111. To Jolly T.: Somebody always wants blood. Picking games won and lost in the South Seven before the season begins is about like figuring out who's the rasslin' champion of the world. One guess is as good as another. Last year wc could have made a logical start by putting Centralia down for a 12-0 conference record. This year wc! can't even go that far . . . But i you want our guess, so here it I is: ; Team \V I, Centralia _ 10 2! Benton 9 Herrin 7 Marion 7 Mt. Vernon 6 Harrisburg 3 W. Frankfort 0 and surprising Mules have looked best In the early going, but defending champion Carmi should take league honors once again. Carmi coach John McDoilg- al has senior lettermen Dar- rcll Hankins, 6-4li, and Jim Anderson, 6-4, plus experienced junior Wayne Ackerman, 6-3ls. Four-year wonderboy Ken Winter has finally departed. Carmi may do better without him. The "let-Kon-do-it" attitude will disappear . . . •o- -O- -3- Sparta, Du Quoin and perhaps Anna-Joncsboro under veteran coach Ralph Di .vison could provide stiff opposition, but our pick in the Southwest is Kayo Willis and his P'ville Panthers . . . Incidentally, it is reported that the Pincks had one 'stolen' from 'em when they lost the opening one-pointer at Quincy. Turnabout is fair play . . . Coach Willis has four returning vets. They arc Ben Louis, 6-3, Gary Springer, 6-0, John Brans, 6-2, and Kent Ragland, 6-1. No skyscraper on hand but the Pincks have traditionally done pretty well without the giants . . . Sports Shorts 12 There's the limb. We're on it. Get out your saw . . . Mattel- of fact, we'd like to get the guesses of lots of fans on the South Seven finish this year. Might be able to make a contest with the best gucsser grabbing a prize. Try your skill —or hick! If Benton ever won a .South Seven basketball crown, the records available to us are Maybe 2 1 Someone sent us a clipping 3 i from an Kvansvillc paper. It 5 lists the Top 20 southern XI1 i— 5' nois teams for this year . . . 6: We note that Enfield. Zeiglcr- 9 ! Rnynlton, Louisville. Woodlawn SURROUNDED—Johnny Green of the New York Knicker- bockcrs is completely walled in by the leaping and towering forms of Bob Ferry, 16, and Ray Scott of the Detroit Pistons at Madison Square Garden in New York. Green waited for Ferry to come down and scored with a jump shot. and C'avo-in-Rock arc among the best 20 . . . McLcansboro, Herrin and Harrisburg couldn't make it. Too ridiculous for further comment . . . •o- -o- -o- Conrh Gene H a i 1 e of McLeansboro is the 'quiet man' when the Foxes' prospects are under discussion. Gone are the Burns bovs. hut returning are Tom Sturm. 6-3'-. Ron Farow. 6-1, Carl Mauck. 6-2'J, wrong. Maybe you're thinking j Warren Lamplev. Junior Upton 1939 n 'lfT Confcrcncc spUm boforo and Bob Burnett ... The Foxes Or''maybe you don't know a ' won " 1 '' C pasy ' ' ' spade from the joker . . . •0- -o- -o- Carmi and P'ville Illinois Lease Operators ..17 25 ; pected this, so he didn't change Rorden Market Sapps Nursery .17 16 26 l dropScore: Navy 17, Army 12. CLASSIC LEAGUE • In 1961, Naw warmed up in HIGH GAMES: Harlcy Hails I regular attire. Then, just before 224; John Lynn 219: Ken Stew- the kickoff, the Middies loped i "T ,™T''- V T, art 213; Bob Wallace 209; Owen ! onto the field with their "Flam-! K °' lon «- wl "<f« i Have Inside Track Rainwater 203; Stan Partridge 203. HIGH SERIES: John Lynn 588; Ken Stewart 574: Herman Yaeger 568; Bill Piper 549; Owen Rainwater 5-16; Bob Norris 538. Standings \V L Untouchables 32 16 Moore's TV Repair 31 17 Yaeger's "66" Service .30 18 Mt. Vernon Monument ..27 21 Endicott Furniture 26 22 Knights of Columbus ...25 23 - • - - 22 26 Bi-State Machinery Co. .30 28 King City TV Towers ...20 28 Razorback Oil Co 20 28 Builders, Inc 19 29 S & W Motor Co 17 31 UPSETS HIT TOP COLLEGE CAGE CREWS St. Louis U. Clips Wings Of Illinois ing Mamie" helmets. If the Army team was stunned, the 100,000 spectators were half-blinded. The helmets were painted with luminous aircraft paint — a garish orange color. On the sleeves of their jerseys. Navy men had insiribed: "Beat Army." Score: Navy 13, Army 7. I*ast year, the Middies had an answer for Army's celebrated Chinese Bandits, the defensive unit plan which Dietzel had employed so effectively at Louisiana State. On the front of every Navy helmet were inscribed the words: "Jolly Roger." On one side was written the word "Beat" and on the other the word "Army." Nothing very tricky about that, except the words were inscribed in Chinese. Score Navy .34, Army 14. In sizing up the South Seven the other day, we intended to go on with the North Egypt ind Southwest Egyptian. We as usual, and ran out of space. In contrast to the South Seven's 9-1 mark for 10 non- league gaenes, six of the North Egypt teams have already heen b e a ten. Bridgeport, Ol ncy, Flora, Fairfield, Salem and Mt. Carmel have succumbed in wannup contests, This year's new rule, stopping the clock for all whistles, resulted in a marathon as Marion beat Du Quoin on Tuesday night . . . The game lasted two hours and 10 minutes . . . The refs whistled 59 times, the clock stopped 59 times . . . •o- -o- -o- Tvmiormw night's Mt. Vr-r- non-CVnt ralia clash will he the 133rd for the two clubs in basketball. Centralia has won 80. Mt. Vernon 52 The Mt. Carmel Here Saturday MTV Warriors Open Cage Season Tonite Centralia At Mt. Vernon South Seven Play Begins On Weekend Centralia invades Alt. games scheduled Friday night. Voi-iinn •mil 11ivi-iwlmvp- pair Anna-Joncsboro at Chester. \ PI non .ind UaiiishuiK: Du Q uoin al S parta and Car- plays at. Alat'ion tomorrow | bondale Community at Murph- xifri.i ..r, II.. u... .1. n« . • vsboro and one league game niKlit. as the South Seven | Saturday night sends Sparta to Chester. gets down to business. The Orphans, defending conference champ* mill almost state winners lust season, scored niut Impressive Tl-Ui victory over Carlinn- dalc in their opener last weekend. Cliff Berger. (i -8 renter, set the Crntrallll pace with Ti points. A key non-league bat lie Saturday night semis highly re- carded Benton lo Johnston City. ZeiRlcr-Royalton plays at Herrin. Thompsonville challenges Crab Orchard, the defending Little Egyptian champ. Friday night in a game at Crab Ori chard. BULLETIN! Tigers Send Jim Sunning To Phillies Ity CHARLES MAKER Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (API-Right­ hander Jim Bunning, who had falen into disfavor in Detroit, was traded to the Philadelphia Philli** today in ft four-player deal—the first interleague transaction of the year. The Tigers got outfielder Don Demeler and right-hander Jack Hamilton and sent catcher Gus Triandos to Philadelphia along with Bunning. It was the fourth trade of the winter baseball meetings and the second for the Tigers in recent weeks. They traded outfielder Rocky Colavito and pitcher Bob Anderson to the Kansas City Athletics last month for second baseman Jerry Lumpe and pitchers Dave Wickersham and Ed Rakow. Detroit Manager Charlie Dressen said he'll put Demeter in centerfield and move 34-year-old Bill Burton from center to left. Al Kalinc, of course, will be in right. Triandos, a right-handed hitter, is expected to play behind Clay Dalrymple, who bats left- handed. Bunning, who won 20 games in 1957, and pitched a no-hitter against Boston in 1958, lost 13 of his 25 decisions last season. It was only his second losing season in the last eight years. His career record is 118-87. Running, 32, admitted last summer he and Dressen didn't see eye to eye. Dressen said before the season ended that Bunning and Colavito might be traded. The Detroit-Philadelphia deal came off just a day after the Cleveland Indians traded outfielder Willie Kirkland to Baltimore for outfielder Al Smith. Orphs pinned two lumps on the Rams last venr by scores of 62-38 and 101-63 . . . Mt. Vernon's last win over Centralia came in their first mooting in Actually, Fairfield's young ! the 1961-62 season Wichita, Providence, Illinois, Louisville, Notre Dame Absorb Setbacks. By MIKE HATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Fifth-ranked Wichita, NIT champion Providence and powerful Louisville had trouble finding the basket, but it was Notre Dame that was seeing double. Wichita, Providence and Louisville were victims of shocking upsets Wednesday night while Notre Dame ran into a pair of twin terrors—Tom and Dick Van Arsdale of Indiana, who combined for 76 points in a I0s-102 victory over the Irish. Wichita became the first member of the top ten to lose a game as two foul shots by Steve Tradcnick clinched a 75-74 victory for unheralded Texas Western. Providence bowed to Assumption, Mass., 83-80 and Louisville was jolted 78-65 by Eastern Kentucky. Two other top ten teams saw net ion — second-ranked NYU and third-ranked Cincinnati— and both had difficulty. Barry Kramer and Hapy Hairston led the Violets from behind for a 82-65 victory over Cornell and the Bearcats stalled in the closing minutes to hold off Miami, Ohio, 60-56. In other top games, sophomore Steve Renko, a football quarterback, threw in 10 key points as Kansas whipped Arkansas 73-60, Stan Luechtefeld dropped in two foul shots to clinch St. Louis' 81-78 decision over Illinois, Purdue's Mel Gar- IMII '1 hit for 27 points in an 86-80 v -lory over Detroit and Vir• n 'H Tech handed Mississipi ite its first defeat at home in CHICAGO CAP) - The Big Ten's flying start of the basketball season had its wings clipped Wednesday night by Illinois' 81-78 loss to St. Louis. Tills came while Purdue, Indiana and Michigan State won in a high-scoring flurry. The lllini loss was the first for a Big Ten team in 16 games thus far. St. Louis drove to a 44-37 halftime lead and never was headed although Illinois closed m at 79-7S in the last seconds. ! but Stan Luechtefeld, who scored 18 points in a balanced attack, was fouled and made good on two free throws to pad the final margin for St. Louis. Skip Thoren topped Illinois with 25 points, 13 of them in the last half, and Tal Brody hit 18. Indiana downed Notre Dame 10S-102 at Fort Wayne, Ind. The Hoosiers' twins, Dick and Tom Van Arsdale, scored -12 and 34 points, respectively, in compensating for the ll-point performance of Notre Dame's Larry Sheffield. The Irish led 47-40 at halftime. Purdue opened its season with an S15-S0 triumph over Detroit. Mel Garland head a surge in the last 12 minutes that wiped out Detroit's 59-52 lead. Garland led the scoring with 27 points on 10 out of 19 court shots while sophomores Dave Schellhase and Doug Trudeau popped in 20 and IS. Marcus Sanders' tip-in basket in the last 20 seconds gave Michigan State a 101-100 edge over Western Michigan. Neither team was ahead by more than five points during the struggle. Fred Thomann with 26 points and sophomore Dan Washington with 25 led the Spartans. Their shooting offset the 45- point binge by Westerns Manny Newsome. Announce Prep Rating Board For* 64 Season Contract To Sou. Cal. QB Exhorbitant? Oil Millionaire Lamar Hunt Goes All Out To Land Pete Beathard. Men, Women Pros Coach Bud Bornman's Rams | Other games !• nday night have defeated Fairfield 56-52; niatch Norris (ily a Equality, and lost to Alton 91-70. i \\ nl nnvillc at Woodlawn ( ar„„ ... ,. . ., tcrville at Carbondale Attucks, 1 he Ml. Vernon coach said today that guard Bill Kirk was ill and probably wouldn't sec action against Centralia. Bob O'Dell may be moved to a guard position, and John Wiolt and Stan Bumpus. 6-3 junior, are Tamaroa at Gorham. Douglass at Shawnee, Metropolis at Mc- l.eanshoro, Dongola at (torevillc Cairo al Mounds. Brookpori at Vienna and Century at Colxlen. Saturday night, Murphysboro likelv lo break into the lineup 1 '''"P '" <i hax TA ''"IT • I C , I ii ..at towards. 1 C.olcon.hL Mound City at Ca.ro. In SCOtCn Meet The" •• " • Mounds Douglass at Shawnee it loruards Harrisburg-Marion game ; Carbondale Attucks al Christo- SEBRING, Fla. (API men and women of professional golf began their annual fling at togetherness today as they teed should be a good one. Harris — Tile i burg, u Inch finished second to Centralia in the South Seven race last year, like Centralia was rildled by gradual ion. Ilar- rislnug docs have back one of DETROIT (API—Kansas City snagged the Detroit Lions' top National Football League draft choice because the bidding was too rich — even for millionaire (\P)_ owner William Clay Ford. "Lamar Hunt (oil millionaire owner of the American Football oil in the first" round of the Egypt's standout individual play $10,000 Scotch Mixed champion- I ers though in 6-3 Guy Lee Tur- SPRINGFIELD, 111. A 16-member board of sports writers will rank Illinois High , School basketball teams thisik paRUC f ™n en 'se at Kansas season for The Associated F lly ' a PP aren ' 1 .y was prepared Press I to go first cabin all the way, The' poll will be conducted i £° td silid Wednesday. He made weekly and will rate the top 16 !,nc ( -' ommont af ' pr Kansas City teams in the state, including Chicago schools. The first poll of the season will be announced Dec. 17. landed quarterback Pete Beat ard of Southern California. "But he's welcome to the toy," Ford added. "It's good The board Unr. f |p an «r th„ I riddance for us at those prices." iiie Doartt is made up of the Admittedly stunnnrt bv tho following members: Merle Jones, Southern Illinoisan. Carbondale; Bill W a 1 s h, Rockford Registcr-Repuhlic and Morning Star: Howard Hargrave, Rock Island Argus; Paul Carson, Macomb i ournal; Ralph Hart, Streator Time s- Press; Harold Judy, Danville Commercial-News; Roy O'Neal, Carmi Times; Ben Abrams, Peoria Journal-Star; Arnold Irish, East St. Louis Journal; Forrest Kyle, Decatur Herald-Review; Jim Barnhart, Bloomington Pantagraph; Herb Jannusch, Kankakee J o u r n a 1; John Leusch, Chicago Tribune; Jim Levandusky, Waukegan News- Sun; and two AP staffers. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED TRES. Tisdale, 179, Brodgeport, out­ pointed Angel Oquendo, 175, New York, 6. Admittedly stunned by the deal Beathard made for himself, Ford said he "wouldn't dare match an offer" like Kan sas City's. He described it as "exorbitant and Unrealistic." According to Ford, the rival AFL club beat out the Lions by handing Beathard: 1. A bonus in excess of 515.000 for signing. 2. A no-cut contract calling for more than $20,000 a year. 3. A paid-up life insurance policy. 4. Option on shares of stock in a West Coast pay-TV corporation, cost of which would be financed by Kansas City. 5. A new car. 6. Free rent in an apartment for on unspecified duration, but presumably for no less than a year. The Lions reportedly went as high as a $20,000 contract offer in their attempts to land Beath- ship. The top 21 money winners of the Ladies Professional Golf Association teamed up with 21 mcmbci-s of the all-male Pro-i fessional Golfers Association,, nor, the leading scorer in the South Seven last year. Marion opened with a midweek victory over a strong Du Quoin club. The Wildcats have a new coach in Dick Jones and lost Ted Osman through gradu- pher and Sumner al Alio Pass. Midshipmen On Rampage! ANAPOLIS. Md. <AP>—Naval Academy midshipmen, brimming over with enthusiasm for the Army - Navy fotball game, poured out of the Academy Wednesday ni bt and Color Guard Plans Program For President 'Hie Mt. Vernon Color Guard will present n special ceremony during halftime at the Ram- Cent ralia game tomorrow night. It will he the first basketball performance for the color guard this year; the unit is again scheduled to perform for a home game in February. Friday night also marks the Mt. Vernon's Community College Warriors will open the 1963-64 campaign tonight when they travel to Flat River, Missouri, to challenge Flat River's Junior College entry in a non-league contest. Wayne Arnold will make Ills couching debut at the local college, having succeeded Will Lee and J. D. Shields. Conch Arnold's Warriors begin their home season against the Mt. Carmel Jr. College quintet this Saturday night. This year's Warriors art seeking to improve the play of last season's squad which gathered only six victories. However, the 1062-63 Warriors got by Flat River in tourney play after dropping two earlier matches. Roger Woodromc, Merle McRaven, Gerald Fowler, and Gary McKinney are the only veterans returning from last year's team. Woodrome and McRavcn hnve earned stnrtinR berths at the guard positions for the encounter. A strong freshman crop will give the Warriors strength under the basket. Craig Cunningham (6-5), who played his high school ball at Muskegon Heights, Michigan, will be at center. Starting at the forward posts will be Denny Barnard (6-3) of Wood River and Gary Whipple (6-1) of Dahlgren. Other squad members are Bill Monfort, Tom Entcmnn, Dexter Edminsnn, Wcndnll Chambliss, and George Moore. Centralia. ranked 15th in th« nation by n sport magazine, !• expected to have a rugged Jr. College team that will be th« local's main stumbling block for the conference crown, although Belleville and Harrisburg Jr. College will loom as strong contenders. Centralia Vs. Junior Rams Here Tonight Coach Everett Thompson's Junior High Rams, 3-2 for the season, meet highly-regarded Centralia here tonight. Centralia has lost just once this season, falling to undefeated Herrin by 11 points. The Junior Rams haven't, topped the Centralia graders since the finals of the southern Illinois tourney, year before last. The Rams have been coming fast since dropping their first two starts. Conch Thompson announced that Rruce Ruthor- first performance of the color guard since the assassination of President Kennedy. For this reason, and in keeping with the thirty-day mourning period proclaimed by President Johnson, the color guard has ,for Friday's performance, prepared a marching ceremony in memory of the late President Kennedy. The color guard drill is to be called "A Marching Tribute", with the symbolic band furnishing the music. Boys to take pni't in the Friday night tribute wil be: Charles Smithpeters, Gary Chesney, Patrick McManamy, Gary Greg- led»> National Open champion ; n)jon to Hra{ || ov University .The I through the streets of downtown j ory. Gene Miller, Mark Goss JUIIUS rsoros. 'Wildcats arc big though with j Annapolis. j Gary Schuh, Paul Boyt, Jim Conspicuous by their absence; 6.7 R on Foibcs. 6-3 Dick Bag- were the two top money winners : KO tt and 6-2 Jim Shot ton avail- among the men, Arnold Palmer j able lor dut>. and Jack Nicklaus. ard, their No. 1 choice in last Monday's NFL draft and Kansas City's top pick in the AFL as they hit on 29 of 53 shots. NYU had difficulty getting its fast-break patterns working smoothly and trailed Cornell by as many as seven points before Kramer and Hairston triggered the Violets' second half come'•-cc years, 93 -77. • with Howard i back. Kramer scored 23 points, l-Mrdue scoring 32 points. j Hairston 22. ldiiina had difficulty with Notre Dame tliroughout out finally pulled ahead after 6-foot-8 Larry Jesewitz fouled out. Jon McGlockin's basket put the Hoo- siere ahead 86-85 and the Van Arsdale twins took it from there Cincinnati not only had difficulty, but its hands full. With 1:25 left, baskets by Charlie Coles moved Miami within 57-33 and Coach Ed Jucker sent the Bearcats into a freeze that held olf the Redskins. Ron Bonhani Dick colected 42 points, Tom 34toped Cincinnati with 26 points. Your Car's Performance Changes with the Season ... no bring your car where the experts are, for GUARANTEED Winter Tune-Up 6 66 for six or eigh' cylinder cars. Parts extra. Here's Our Guarantee To You! If your car fails to perform satisfactorily due to ignition or fuel system failure, our motor tune-up service will be re-rendered free upon request of the customer at time of re- cheek at the store. Guarantee good until March 20, 1964. 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