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34 THE SANDUSKY REOtSTER.STJlR-NEWS Blue Streaks, Panthers In For Loop Road Action Friday R OAD contests that signal |fimp t )i6 start of league warfare occupy Sandusky's two high school cage teams Friday night, with plenty of other top action booked around the area. The SHvS Blue Strpaks trek to!appears far more ready for battle Marion to face Harding's tower-Idian in the two previous ouUnRs, winner in four start,*, Hardin)? ran open with player standing 6-4 and use four; others all at, the 6-2 mark, and that's just the way it might be in opening Buckeye Conference since they'll probably want to action for the 1955-58 campaign, take advantage of their vast edge Defending champion Findlay in height to the fullest extent. ' „n „„.ui„„ f„r , . , serves as the opposition for Coun #'r ng fh s, coach Jack .,, . n, j . Freita.. will send out a team that l'^''^ Z^^l.ZZ Lt ."1^ tlieu much-needea new g.vm. Carl ' Top Loop, Independent Play On 22-Ganie Slate tng Prexies, Panthers are boring Clyde. while St. Mary'siThcy'vp looked good in practice booked at neigh-jlhis wrok, and despite their nail ural shortcomings, there may not * * * !he ioo nnich the matter a few SANDUSKY, still seeking its i buckets in the right place would first win after two unsuccessful |?lot remedy, opening non-league tries, will be • * • facing a very tall and veteran- T H F, SANDIISKV - Harding studded team in Harding, a two-;match is just one on a full slate Bachman's Trojans (3-1) are expected to somewhat dim the ceremonies for the youthful Pioneers (0-2) of Dale Reichen- bflch who have just one back from last .sea.son. Included in the departees is 6-6 Eddie Wingard, who shattered all Elyria scoring marks last season and is starring now for Miami University's frosh. In the other game, Lorain putsj their turn to win Friday night. Two other Sandusky Bay Conference games are on tap the same night, with loop member.s regular janls. The Steelers (2-0) have four an even split in four derl.<:ion.s j fcimore and Oak Harbor hooking j returning regulars back to form a but still regarded as plenty ' up in an independent game. high|ng crew that probably dangerous. -Phe SBC matches find defend-! has too many guns for Al Tlio Fliers opened by Hiking rhampion Fremont St. Joe in-j Ziemke 's Oiant.s who have drop-,Green Springs before tumbling va ^jng Genoa, and Lakeside at ped successive games to Wiilardlto Port Clinton. They then came Gib.sonburg. and Fostoria after an opening! hack to upset Oak llarbor's big! " ' « • * . win over Norwalk. jcombine, but slipped again Tues-> RliSKWHERE, the action is • day night at homo a.- Mnrgaretta j„^( 'as'hot in both league and it.s high hopes on the line at Fre-; .lOHN PKICIIT'S Panthers will | inflicted a 66-55 beating, mont against the tloss Little Gi-ihe facing a team that shows onlyi If they run true to lorm it's Over i»larion Y ill V \ Sandusky Mermen Win Easily, 51-24 Sandusky High school's swimming team tuned up for major hurdles after the first of the year with an easy 51-24 victory over the YMCA team at Marion Wednesday Jrfternoon. Coach Walter Caldwell—opening his 20th season As tutor of SHS lank teams—will continue to hold team workouts during the holidays in order to be ready for the. Kent State Relays for high schools Jan. 7. ~ In winning, the locals won six _ I event.s, tied foi- another and used Player Reps Huddle With Commissioner Akron Coach Claims HE Has Tallest Five AKRON, Dec. 15 (UP) — Coach Russell .1. Beichly of the Akron 7Apptrn haaketball team toda.T claimed he could field the tallest startinr team in the nation. Belchl.v's claJm was Inspired br an earlier claim by the University of Washinirton that the Huskies could field a starting averairtng 6-6. The Xipper coach said he could raise this figure by .2 inch by starting fontards Fred Golding. 6-6, and Ray Pryear, 6-7; center Mel Kiser, 6-7, and iruards Ron Chumbley, 6-7, and Morris Hathaway, 6-5. reserve team swimmers in the relays to hold the score down. • • • PAIL MURSCIIEL got the Streaks going in the opening ."iO- yard freestyle event with a vie- Top-Ronked Quints Post Court Wins By International North Carolina News Service State, ranked tory. Other winners were John "^'''f* ^'''s week'.s Internation-, Rehfuss-in the 100-yard 'j' '^'''^'s Service basketball poll.| i .stroke: Giunta, 100-yard trampled South Carolina, I freestyle; Dave Frohman. diving; VVodnesday night. jGciiy Dewny, 150-yard individual It wa.« the sixth straight vie- Berlin Plays 3 Before Holidays independent action. The Huron-Eric League and Lakeland Conference each present a trio of games as loop races begin to form. In the seven-team H-E chase, co -leaders Milan and Monroeville both face major threats to their streaks. The Indians tackle a very dangerous foe in Greenwich on the Shamrocks' home Berlin Tigers will face lliree moi'e teams before they take time to celebrate the Chii.stmasj liolicla.s.s. They (i-avd to Mon-i rocville Frichiy, then Satvirday night tlie 'J'igers uill meet Huron at Berlin Ileight.s. Last year, Huron playorl in thejtA #A ^^VA #M»^ UAVCAC di.slnci finals, losing to Syca -I WOOOWOfO nOrSOS more. iManv of last year's chain-! pionship team are still on thei .squad. I Then for tJieir last game be-' iOpen Bids For 62 \ fore Chri.stmas, the Tigers face' NEW YORK. Pec. 15 fINSi — The entire Relair Stud stable, headed by horse-of-the-year \ashua, may be dis.soh'ed today when sealed bids are opened by floor, while the Eagles hofl a Berlin Heights five that last wwk smashed Greenwich, 05-75. The other loop game sentis [•Townsend-Wakeman to wiiiless New Haven. The Lakeland, with three teams at 2-0 and other three at 0-2, faces a shakeup in the standihg.s. Two of the leaders will be meeting when Vermilion plays at Clearvlew, with the other perfect-record dub- Huron—playing at Wellington. New London is at Amherst to round out play. • * • NORWALK'S'two clubs are involved in some of the top independent action Friday, with the Trucker.s hosting arc'h-riv«l Bellevue and St. Paul's invading North Fairfield. Another top-notcher finds Port Clinton at Willard. Rounding out the 22-game card Friday, Port Clinton is at Willard Lima invades Mansfield, Upper Sandusky plays al Mansfield Madison, Ashland i.^ at Gallon, Bucyrus travels to C-fost- line. Plymouth is at Bellvillc and Firelands host Avon Lake. • * • SATURDAY offers , .« c v e n games, including Sandusky High's SL'^^• Haven at Berlin IIciglits.| p,,p(.,„„r_, ^f the estate of New Haven has not yet won ai^tp willlam Woodward -Ir, game this soa.son. All three. The bids, including a repc - ,. ^, . , , games will get underway ali c -i^ipj^g^ offer of $850,000 forland Huron at Berlin Heights 7:30. iNa .shua. will be opened after to-'two of the top games. The morale is running high af- ,jay's n a.m. (esti deadline. i In action involving BC scluiols. the j came with Norwalk at the Junior High gym. Margaretla plays at Old Fort ~ in Icr the up-<el over Greenwich last week, ^.^-7.^. The reserves also walked off with a ;i5-:?3 vic- toi\'. SVRACrsK. N. v.—Gil 1.^4'.. PhilndPlphta, o « t p r>) n t s d I.Trkip l.ahun, 1.59. F,f»M .Meadow. N. V. (10). Findlay hosl.s Tiffin Columbian Turtifr ,J3nf) Lorain plays at Canlon Leh- Other games find Firelartds •M T-W and Gallon at Ml. Gilead. over rejection oi j medley; Hem-y Lphrer, fie for'tory for North Carolina State and 90-6 f). NEW YORK, Dec. 1.5 (INS) — ' ' Baseball's player representatives, -.still incensed over rejection of their requests by maior league i n , in the 100-yaid backstroke, the second win of the week for club-owners, will take their case! ..inning 200-vard free- the quintet. today to Commi.ssioner 1< ord ^elay team of f'ete Zorn. Dayton, ranked fourth by INS. i Denis Marquardl. Walter Mc- ran roughshod over Idaho, 93-,5(). in another lop encounter. North Carolina, listed lllh in the poll. Robin Roberts of the Philadel-I phia Phillies, th'.' National Walter !Grce\y and Bob William.s. , . Second places were bv Wayne League's player representative, i^^^,,,, j.^^ p.,^^.^,, Rotsinger and American Ropie-, ^^^^ sentative Bobbv Feller of ( leve- r ,. , i ,.nd will meet with Frick andj. The \ team, made up of Haid- .Invens' altornov .1. Norman I'"S High school swimmers, was Tewis in the eom.nissioner's of-|«'"ached by Warren Foster, a j^,^ '.'-wimmer here under Caldwell ".Sppcificallv. (he players ob-;''^out 12 years ago, i -rtrd In celling turned down' Harding expected to enter •'1 thrir refiucsl to have rrpre-, a team in Bucko.\e Conference •rnlptjnn on the group which competition in a few years. ROSE BOWL QUEEN—.loan Culver, 18-year-old Pasadena City College freshman from La Canada, Cal., has been selected to. reign as quen of the Tournament of Hoses on New Year's Day. Joan, who will be offieially crowned on Dec. 28, admires her bonquct of roises, .s.>Tnbol of her royal title. (NEA Telephoto). Basketball Lockland Wayne defeated Alabama, 99-77. Alabama had held down 16th place on the collegiate list. Scores COLLEGE Loses Player, Forfeits Games ALLSTATE Christmas Gifts . . With a Bonus of Year-Round Driving Safety and Comfort! Ross Pr ««'»nted With BC Trchv • iccts next summer to negotiate ;i rww World Series television radio contract. They also said it was unfair rf management to defeat their •^'•nno.^al to raise the minimum .•-•••l-iry from .?6.000 to $7,200 and • ''ded that they want more than 'Mst "a oncp-a->'ear" chanco to '•'HCC their requests before man- ;;f.;emcnt. City League Caqe Play Closes Out Siininon.s Grocery downed Departure, 60-41, the first, lor Simmon's and the second' loss for New Departure. ' K and K Sunoco lopped Philco,'points 70-51, K and K's second win. * • • In a national rules change, the medley relay is now a four-man event. Using two breast stroke swimmers, one .swims orthodox breast stroke and the other swims butterfly breast stroke. The results: ."in-yrl h'rcr .St.vic—M urschcl '.Si won-. .1. Jones (M) 2; Nemitz iSi 3. I2.1.7.S. 100 -yd Breast Stroke—Rehfiis.-! i^Si won: Linn fSi 2: Axe (Ml 3 lml2.9s, I 20n -yd Free .Style—F. Jones KMI jWOn: Pa.scoe uSi 2: Lee iS) 3. 2n\n:is. i lOO-yd Rack Stroke—Lehrer 'Si »nri ForsNtlie iMi liori for fir.=t; Cooper iMi 3. 1ml O.s, .New lOU-yd Free .Stvir - Gnint.T iSi win won: Tillman (Mi 2. l,,arson (Si 3. 1 m02s. DiviiiB —Frotiman 'Si won: Rol- sinyer (S) 2; Rhoacis (Ml 3. 18B.2 •Georgetown 97, Centre 72 ! Xavier lO.i 8R, Eastern . Stale fi;') ; Houston 7R, Texn.s A,&-M 44 i Holy Cro.s.s R,3. .St. Michaels 63 i Dayton 93. Iriahio 36 ; l.oui.sville 98. Kvansville 81 Yatc SR. Amtierst 37 'Seton Hall 79. Albri.qht fiR FREMONT IVe 1.5—Coach •^"septi'.'; B?,. vilianova 7n r rr\C rr ^, . '--ndt 11 ,3, ,^nuisi HR, C;in'..= i(is R3 .Icff ncHa\en and two members Ky. Weflevan 7?,. Tex Christian R2 of the Sandusk\' Hish Blue" Dartmouth 63 Boston Collese 48 streaks' footlDall' team, .John ' ^'"•"dham 89. Rhode island 71 North Carolina 99. .'Wabama 77 Purdue 69. Loyola (Chicago i 68 .\kron 87. HeidelberR 71 LaSalle 93. Lafayette Rl Rehfuss and l.alham Stowers. were in Fremont Wednesday morning to present the Buckeye Conferenee ^i)ip trophy •^lar'key and rntatincj amninn-'• ^ Carolina lOtating Akron Goodvear.s 80. B-W, 76 to head coach Mal'pemi state 103. Rutners 78 his Little Giant.s of'Toledo 69. Western Michigan 62 I3f )-yd Individual Medley—Dewey .r, , 1 <'S' otto ( SI 2; Axe (M) ;i. Eenwand s Carry Out won by 'i; i in3 ,'t is. forfeit from Cook's Grocery "of: 2 (io-.\d .vieciiey Relay - M.nrion jj^jj.Qjj v ,0(\; SandusV-.y iBill Lmkenhach, .• 11 •'ii" Brinker. Linn, Lee Monlgom- blrayer s Insurance nl Bi 'lle- ^^. A i 2. 2n\08.4.s. Vue continued on their winning 20n -yd Free style Relay-^Sandus- wavs by defeating Sandusky Tav- Marquardt. McGreevy erns, 9 .'i -(i4. There will he no league play during the school hnlici;iys. The next action will be Wedne:^da,^•. Jan. 4. Pittsburgh Joins Providence In 1st « The Pro\'idencc l^cd.s lM \'e cnm- p.'in,\' in first pl.-ice m ihr .\ IIUM-- ic.'in lloekey l .cngiie lo(l.i,\' - the IMttsburqh Hf)rncis. The Hornets dunipecl .'-.iMiim- ficld. 4-;i Wi >diR \s(ia .N iiiglii to jump fi'om tliii'd place to a lii.^l place lie with ilie l!ed^ Biill':ilii, rishl behind the Ic'idcr,^, a hali'-.^ame off !lu: p.-icc WilUam.'ii won: Marmn 2. 2nini r,s. Freeman Leading Big Ten Scorer CHICAGO. Dec, 13 dNS) — ^ Ohio State's .^Mi-American guard, Robin Freeman today held a com- 1 manding lead in the Big Ten iiaskelhall .•^coring race. Hilling the nets for at least 40 [ifiiiiis 111 Ills last three games. Freeman has regi.sicrecl 147 maikcis in four c(inic.>-ls to lead Iiis nciirest rival h.s' (iH poiiils. I)i( k Miller nt Wisconsin is liuldiiig down .second pl.icc \\illi 7!i points in four games. Frank llo\\;iiil, ;m lilijo ,S|ale .^opho- nioie. is thud with (il. in.T.'i. winners of the league till", •^liis 10 games without a reversal. The presentation was inade during a special assembly program during which Little Giant gridders and the cross-country harriers of Coach Harolrf Schahel were prespiited lellors for their work in the school .-,:ports pro- ';rani. Facult\' Manager of .Mhleties •lohn Titsworth presented all grid players and coaches with a special memorial trophy, a ininia- Itire leather football mounted on mohagon.\-. emblematic of the '> a s I season 's ofrformance. .\cro <s the footh.nlls on tlie awarrls via.*: nrinled: " Cnnference Champs, 195fi." •Seniors presented \'arsll,\' let- '"rs inclufie eo-capiains Ha '.don Black and Dick Coleman, Larry Re^d.—Tom Longanhach, .lohn Coh'in, .Mike Otermat, Horace Sewell, Glen Haas, ,lim Sale. ,Iim • Clark, Dirk Level. -lohn Gilbert-i «on. Dave Wolshtick and Manager' Mike O'Farrell. ; .Tuniors: Wes Glover, Beebe i i Schneider. Ken Stull, .Tim Tiller. I Bob Heiliiian. Lee Wolf, and ' "M.nnagci- Bill Gwimin: Snnho-' 'iioi'e: .lini l!-iilr\- and Del Ho>'. ' Sneod Is Favored S.WFORD, FLA., Dec. 1,=. il P' Sam Snead's golf game ic- iiiaiiiC (J red-hot today a .s he look on a field oi l.'il shot makers 111 the first annual $1,5,00(1 Mayfair Open touriiametil. St. Francis vcnlure 77. I Brkin 79. Sl, Badger Stars To Ploy With North CINCI.N'NATf. Dec, L=5 'UPi— 11. W. Emswiler, Ohio High .School ,'\lhletic .Association Com- I niis,«ioner. toda.v declared a JLackl.'tnd \Vayne basketball cen- |(cr ineligible and tlt :it ihe ::chool forfeit three of this sea• on'.s \ictories. Em.swiler's ruling involved ;!ar center Earl Frederick, one lof the two holdovers from Lock- I land Wa^-ne's sta'tc Cl;\ss B •championship team of last year, ! The hii^h school's records .'-how •Frederick to be 19 years of age. 'mt a Hamilton-co health board Bona- birth certificate pro\es he is actually 20, j Emswiler ordered the forfeit I of three gatnes in whicli Frcd- 'erick played. They were Hanover. 'Franklin and West Union, 66 Martmez. Mu"'<»r for Dec. 29 MILWAUKKE. Dec. \5 'UPi — Welterweights Vince Martinez of Palerson, N. .J. and Peter l\lul- ler of Germany have been signed In meet in a 10-round bout here, quarterback ,Iim Miller bring the Dec. 29, \ortli ro,stcr to 14 for the Dec. Marline/, ranked third, has a 26 game in the Orann" Bowl. The winning streak of 19. while .Mul- Soiith team has signed \D play- ler upset Ray Drake of .New York ers. in his last start. Ml A.ML Dec. l.=i a .P' -- The (idititm of two more Big Ten layers, both from Wisconsin to the .North leam lor the annual Shrine College All-Siar football game was announced today. Guard Wells Gray, captain of Ihe Badger leam this year, and ONLY 4 .00 JuSt%ht! ERIN THE STANDARD BREWING CO., CLEVELAND, OHIO SALF PRICE DOWN sr /i: E\( U* P.W.MKNT PAIRS SET OF 2 (1.70x1.5 19.7.5 4.00 7.10x1.5 22.23 4.75 7.()0xl.5 24.95 .5.2.5 8.00x1.5 28.45 6.00 •Plus Tax and 2 Old Tires FREE INSTALLATION FREE 5000 MILE WHEEL ROTATION SERVICE Puts a SILENT CUSHIONS on Your Cor 20-Month National S »rTic« Guarantee • Up to 20% more skid -resistant th'an other first quality tires. 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