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'Also Ran* iSiatns Looms For SnSz Not St. StfMks Play Norwalk High Here Tonight By JOHN MALCOLM R-S-N Sports Editor S ANDUSKY High's all-losing ways jumped to "three games last night at Marion as the Blue Streaks :were toppled by Haixling's fast-breaking Presidents, 7156, in the Buckeye Confer: ence opener for both schools. The locals return to the Junior High gym tonight to battle Norwallc's Truckers, who lost at home to Bellevue last night, 5755. * • • ALTHOUGH h e s 1 tant and ^sepmingly still feeling their way, 'the Streaks did come up with their best point total of thcj young season and were simply licked by a better club. One, that has all the ingredients of • top-notcher. Previous scores registered were 33 against Fostoria and 44 ,against Port Clinton so it was a ibig step upward. A definite offensive pattern seems to be developing, although there still seems to be too much standing around. It could be tonight, it may take longer, but when the Streaks "jell" fans will be witnessing a vastly improved team in action. Tillson's 54 Sets H-E Scoring Mark; Monroeville, Milan A re Co-Leaders Monroeville, Wakeman, Berlin Heights t'^ and New Haven kept scorekeepers working at a fast Townsend- while Milan dumped Greenwich; the Roughriders booked at Fire- in more conservative fashion, 59-i lands Local tonight. T-W gained its advantage in the middle pe-; riods to record its first loop win. T-Ws Gary Tillson established , a new individual scoring standard pace and Milan contmued to ^ in the seven-school loop 6-3 sen- trod a steady path last night • forward burned the nets for I a staggering 54 points, coming goals and 16 in Huron-Erie League action.: After the smoke of battle head throws, cleared, Monroeville and Milan| Monroeville's ace Gary Gre- still were at the head of the; gory, a Kwift 6-1 junior, wasn't pack and headed full -tilt toward their head-on meeting Friday. Dec. 23 at Milan. Mary's Panthers Bag fliers In SBC Opener, 68-34 A 10 REOISTEB STAR MEWS S»n(lii.>ik.y, O., Sftt., l>ec., 17, t9SS Cage Menu TONIOHT NovwBlk Bt Snndusky Huron at Borlln HeiRlils Margnrclia at Old Fort Firelands at Towndend-WaUoniaii Tirrin Colunibinn at Ftndlay tjorain at Canton Lehman Galion at Mt. Gllend SUNDAY Fostoria S(. Wendelin at Norwalk St. Paul s. • • • GREGORY also had plenty of help, especially from Dick Smith, a junior like Gregory, who, canned 22. Rich Gerber had 15'lhe fast breaking band of St. Mary's Panlher .s proved that they will have more than a little to sa,\ about the final standings in Sandusky Bay Confer- free and Tom Wachtel 12 to help out. Gregory's total broke the school scoring mark of 35 held by Ray any slouch either as he pured home 39. In both cases, as the scores Indicate, Tillson's and ence as they overpowered the Flier.s of Clyde, 6']-'M Schug. The total eclipsed thejFriday niglit on the loser .s" Eagles' previous season high oflf,Q ^,j,^ 93 against North Fairfield. The Berlin had five players in twin-i ^^^^'^ game marked encounter for ho fir.st lie SainU The Eagles rolled up the high-! Gregory's point-antics were need- figures. Dean Kraus and Charliei ^^^^^ j^^^^^ ^ 2 -o season rec- est tally in outscoring Berlin,! ed. Hoffman leading with 18, as Ber-| ^^^^^ bavins downed Fosforin Si 93-87; T-W wasn't far behind in: Tillson got strong support from j lin almost followed up its upset'^ YP^^JPIJ ,, fi2-39, in an indo- its 87-78 win over New Haven'Bill Jackson, who canned 16, with, of Greenwich. Wachtel and Smith controlled Margaretta To Host '56 Erie-co *B ' Tournament Margaretta High school will host the 1956 Erie-co Class B basketball tournament. The shift was forced by the SANDUSKY stayed with Harding in the first period, trailing only 14-13 at the end of the heat, but it was all down hill shortly after until the final minutes when the Streaks perked up. Harding spurted to a 22-15 lead early in the second period from where Sandusky made its last serious bid. Dick DeHaven, who sparked the early SHS attack, canned a leaping one-handed from near the foul line and two quick interceptions followed with resulting two-pointers by Doug Biechele and Tom Reitz hauled the locals within one, 22-2. That's as close as they got. Harding moved the advantage to 12 points at the intermission, 3826, scored the first six points of the second half and then six more after a single free throw interruption on the part of the Streaks. * * * SANDUSKY staged a last quarter 21-point binge, paced by Jeff Johnson who rattled in six field goals and three fouls for 15 points in the eight minute session. • The scoring was mostly done against a broKen -up varsity unit, with Harding coach Jim Lawlcr Sandusky Junior High gym being used for Class A section play on conflicting dates. Milan, Huron and Berlin Heights along with the host Polar Bears make up the four-team field. Dates announced by Milan executive head C. J. Lindecamp are Feb. 21, 24 and 25. Two varsity games vjill be played the first night, two re.serves the 24th and the finals in each Saturday night. Bellevue Nips Norwalk Rally BELLEVUE, Dec. 17 — The Redmen racked up their first win of the season last night at Norwalk, winning over the Truckers in a thriller-chiller 57-55. This game had all the thrills, one of the bigger features being an automatic timing device (maybe the thing blew a fuse from excitment) which failed with what the officials finally decided wa.s 2 minutes, 45 seconds to play and the official timers using a stop watch to finish the Hectic game. Bellevue won the game in the first quarter, getting 22-11 bulge which they managed to make stand up all the way. Jim Koechley, starting his first game this season, was the big gun, getting 22 markers. Koechley was ably assisted by Jim Ruess with 16 points. The visitors lost three starters via the personal route, getting only 5 points while the losers wei'e marking up 16 in the last quarter in the final futile rally. Basketball Scores By United Press HIGH SCHOOL Bellevue 57 Creech Whisler Voder Norwalk 55 O.F.T 0 4 4 llra.ston 10 ?. 22 Beaih 6 4 16 Itogers 1 :t 5 .Schohterle 1 3 4 Mlddatigh 3 0 6 Miller C.K.T 5 4 14 5 0 10 6 .1 15 4 0 8 0 4 4 1 2 4 North Fairfield Dumps St. Paul's having pulled out big Bob Messner, who had limited Johnson to! jjust two field goals the l'irst|i,epicy : three periods. : Lawler played Messner in the : pivot, aiinosl a lost art in today's cage scrambling. The big 6-4 senior could hook eillier way, and was a very strong rebounder. .He wound up with 12 points. ' No. 1 Prexy last night was ^of"' f'airfield ijsed a '29-point ••driving Ted Bibler, a 6-2 race- '^^^ quarter outburst to down horse who wound up with 26 Norwalk St. Paul's Fri- points, gained mostly on drive-in '^^Jl,"''ll": l^'^^:, ^ , , . shots and leaping one-handers. 'V^'' ^ one point in the third quarter but , , , . . couldn't keep up the pace in the THE hard-driving winners 1.,^^ p ^jj ^g ^ really had a fast-break otiense,; Dick Coniiway and Heno' Cole or maybe the locals just weren't li'^d 23 and 20 respectively for covering back. Harding "inner.s, while Dick .Simon's tinually had three men on two, soiiielimes three on one and even tliree lion on two trips. They missed on very few \ were tnp .s for (he Flyers, driving si. Paul's .^8 Mvers with no opposi- I 'rpstoii t'rou II Roth at- Obringer tempts on the lightning foiays,: too, which pays off in the end. |,r.i;iieri Joiinson wound up Sandusky's .^'I'^'jj'""'" top scorer with I'J, wliile De- i>.Kbcrt Haven was next in line witli 17.! From there it ranged all the' way down to Tom Ueil/' six. Bob Beachy's reserves also were dumped, 44-37. Sandusky fell behind 11-4 at tlie first quarter and never could quite catch up although a desperate rally pulled them within a single point in the final period. Dick Fouts led the locals with 14. N. Falrfii'ld r.F T r.F.T :i 5 11 Walrabsln 2 0 4 0 1 1 ColP 9 2 20 2 0 4 Sands :t 1 7 0 1 1 Cdnawav 9 ^ 2 0 4 Wood worth 0 2 2 4 t 1 •; Sweeting 2 0 4 i) ;t .1 Ciarner 5 5 13 0 1 1 n 1 1 4 :i 11 9 Marlon Harding 71, Sandusky Sfl St. Mary's 68, Clyde 34 Findlay 61, Elyria 23 Lorain 71, Fremont Ross 60 Fremont St. Joe 58, Genoa .^5 Gibsonburg-Wr Lakeside 53 Elmore 49. Oak Harbor 46 Milan 59, Greenwicli 54 Monroeville 93, Berlin Heiglits 87 Townsend-Wakemn 87, N. Haven 78 Huron 70, Wellington 65 Vermilion 70, Clearview 69 Amherst 69, New London 54 Bellevue 37, Norwalk 55 Port Clinton 81, WiUard 67 N. Fairfield 75, St. Paul's S8 A.shland 73, Galion 38 Firelands 65, Avon Lake 60 Shelbyville (Ind.) 59 Dayton Stivers 56 Hamilton 60, Springfield 57 Alliance 63. Cuyahoga Falls 43 Mariemont 55, Greenhills 40 Dayton Roosevelt 83. Piqua 55 Dayton Fairvlew 67, Dayton Oakwood 63 Dayton Kiser 50, Troy 44 Cleve. J. Marshall 68, Cleve. St. Ignatius 60 Berea 57, Bedford 48 Ashtabula 53. Fairport 45 Bellaire 72, Barnesville 48 Triadelphla (W. Va.) 75, Martin Ferry 60 Newark 58, ZanesviUe 34 Lancaster 48, Dover 42 Dayton Chaminade 58, Cleveland St. Kdward 51 Grand Rapids 91, Weston 68 Lake 38, Bloomdale 33 Troy-Luckey 68, Montgomery Local 64 Toledo Clay 63, Rossford 39 Maumee 69, Perrysburg 59 Bowling Green 61, Anthony Wayne 54 Col. Cen. 64, Col. Aquinas 40 Col. East 47, Col. South 38 Col. North 64, Col. Linden 46 Middletown 75. Portsmouth 62 Cleve. Cathedral Latin 57, Cleve. Benedictine 53 Cleve. E. 71, Cleve. Glenvllle 70 Cleve. J. Adams 56, Cleve. J. Hay 48 Cleve. Holy Name 64, Cleve. West Tech 62 Cleve. Lin. 75, Cleve. Rhodes 65 Cleve. South 82, Cleve. West 70 Lakewood 53, Euclid 46 Shaw 59, Parma 44 Oberlin 36, Rocky River 46 Akron S. 100, Akron St. Vin. 38 Akron E. 88, Coventry 59 Cnnton S. fiS, Canton Central 30 N. Phlla. 85, Newcomerstown 38 much of the rebounding in the second half to account for the win, as the Eagles trailed 46-42 at halftime. They grabbed the lead with a 33 -point third quarter that withstood a 22 -18 Ber! lin advantage in the final heat. * * • MILAN had to stage a ditch rally to win, as tliey trailed 50-41 at the third quai-ter mark. They out.scored the host Shamrocks 18-4 in the last eight minutes. Andy LaVine was the top point-producer for Joe Steele's club with 23. but game honors went to Lorin Brown of the losers with 26. The Indians host Montgomery Local Tuesday. pendant battle. Milan 59 Greenwich 54 G.F.T Peterson 3 4 10 Eldridfre Nicholson 4 0 8 Keysor LaVine 10 3 23 Magill Kiihl ?, I 7 Brown Lewis 2 3 7 Robson Callahan 2 0 4 Welgle Score by quarters: Milan 10 17 14 IR—,^9 Greenwich 15 12 23 4—54 THE FLYERS, playing witho'il the services of star center Bill Dencer, a flu victim, were outscored in every period sivc the third when each team meshnfl 10 markers. Tom Kaman placed the Saints and took scoring hon irs lor th'.- last-'v/ith 16 poll ts from his forw rd position, while center Bob Gardner added 12 tallies, all from the field. Top scorer for Clyde was guard Garv Gra\ with 12. • • * PANTHER Coach John Feicht found ample time to look ovLvr the reserve strength of his squad after the locals pulled well ahead in the second quarter with 26-point barrage to lead, 39-15, at halftime. The Saints were slowed down somewhat in the third stanza as they went without a score for just over three minutes at one point, but picked up steam again in the final canto to bury the outclas.sed host team. As Clippers Fall Tigers, Sailors Push Toward Jan. 6 Battle Lakeland Conference action cools off until Jan. 6— it'll probably take that long, too, after last night's play -but when it resumes the fur will really fly. For that's the night Huron hosts Vermilion, the two clubs currently deadlocked for top honors in the six- .school league. Three clubs were knotted for first place honors before Friday's skirmishes, but defending champion Clearview temporarily fell by the wayside with the Tigers and Sailors continuing on unbeaten. Vermilion forced the is,sue by taking care of the Clippers themselves, 70-69, in a red-hot thriller; Huron Just got by at Wellington, 70-65, while Amherst picket! up its first win at the expense of New London, 69-54. * * * HURON turned the trick with i ^ Gibsonburg, St. Joe Noil SBC CAIMPY'S II/\PPY—Roy Cam- panclla, Brooklyn DcdgC's' acc catcher, appears mighty happy after hearing the news that hC' ^as named the National Ijcaffucs iMost Valuable Player of 19,5,5. This was the third time Campy was named the leamic's best. On the wall behind him are the plamics he earned in 19,51 and 195S. (NEA Telcphoto) G.F.T I 0 2 3 1 7 4 3 11 IM 6 26 1 0 2 3 0 6 Townsend- N. Haven 7S Wakeman 87 G.F.T Postema TiUson 19 16 54 Palmer G.F.T 2 6 10 1 2 4 5 3 13 1 0 2 1 5 7 7 2 16 0 2 2 7 2 16 3 2 8 .rarrett 2 0 4 Buurma Swinehart 0 1 1 Predieri Bally Oil Rlsher Wolfe 2 2 6 Fink Foster 2 1 5 Van Zoe.st Jackson 5 6 16 Thornberg Holthouse Townsd-Wakeman 19 20 23 25—87 New Haven 19 14 19 26—78 Reserve: Townsend-Wakeman 3438. Berlin Heights 87 Monroeville 93 G.F.T G.F.T Hoag 4 4 12 Gregory 14 1139 Kraus 8 2 18 Smith 10 2 22 Kernell 3 10 16 Wachtel 5 2 12 Otto 2 0 4 Gerber 6 3 15 Hoffman 5 8 18MUkle 2 15 Acord 4 2 10 Werner 10 2 Hornedel 2 3 7 Berlin Heights 36 30 19 22—87 Monroeville 25 17 33 18—93 Reserve: Monroeville 45-44 Findlay, Lorain Are BC Victors Vaunted Findlay with Lorain and Marion alon^f The Feichtmen took charce of | Harding snapped up open- the game from the outset as' COLLEGE By International News Service San FraiiclBcb 65, Marquette 58 DcPaul t>8, Duquesne 64 Minnesota 83. Notre Dame 7f Clem.son 7.>, Virginia 73 Ncbraslia 71, UCLA fi.5 Dayton 66, Cincinnati 57 Oklalionia A&M 68, Wyoming 45 Duke 98, Pen.sylvania 80 Utah 69, Idaiio State 53 Urighnm YounK 70, Colorado 53 Texas 83, Auburn 710 Expect 100,000 For Rams-Browns LOS .WGELES, Dec. 17 (INSi Leo Biagetti Trails By One SANFORD, FLA., Dec. 17 (UP) —Leo Biagetti and Dow Finsterwald, a couple of Ohio pros who keep popping up in pro golf tournaments, were in there pitching and putting today in the $15,000 Mayfair Open. Sam Snead cooled off with the weather Friday but still shot a par 70 to hold a one-.stroke lead. Snead ended Friday's play with a 134. One stroke behind was Biagetti. the Willoughby wonder with 135. Biagetti wa.s tied with five others for second place going into today's action. Three others were grouped for third rank and Finsterwald, of Bedford Heights, shared fourth place with 10 other cjolfers of note. senior forward Chuck Brady connected on a drive-in shot for the first tally. Scores by Kaman and Gardner increased the margin to 6-2, before Clyde center Weller potted a two- pointev from the left of the Panthe/ hoop to narrow the count. + • * ALTHOUGH the locals fell short of their p int total of the St. Wendelin game, they continued their sharp.shooting from the floor with a 42 percent mark on 30 swishes of 72 shots at the hoop. It was a different story, however, from the free tos.s lane as the Panthers were able to make good on only eight of 24 shots. The latter statistic may prove co'.tly for the Saints In future contests should their collective shootiofe eye from the floor become b''-irred. * * * ST. MARY 'S reserve squad battled gamely in the final quarter, but was unable to overcome a seven-point defecit as they lost. 51-49 to the Flyjr, . ,. ^ , , jayvees. Schlett paced the lit-^Snndusky tie Panthers with'21 points from his center position, and came back in the last period of the '•in'i'".v 6i • rsity contest to add three. sh .ifcr A brace of independant games i ••••I'v are in tap for the Saints next Diita Campbell Dunn Chandler Sloner Kunkle ing, Buckeye Conference victories Friday nit^ht. Findlay dimmed Elyria'.s opening game in their new gym with a 61-25 conquest, with Lorain winning 71-60 at Fremont Ross in addition to Harding's win over Sandu.sky. Findl.'iy used its vaunted pressing defense lo good advantage a.s the Trojans allowed the rebuilding Pioneers but one two-digit fiiiarter. And they just made it ithen, bagging 10 in the third heat. Rodney Shalcr's 16 led Carl Bachmnn's crew-defending BCj. Mayer cage cliainp.s—with Gilbert tops four starters in double figures, .Tack Armstrong's 19 tops. Karl Cherry bagged 17, with Hartley ,md Robinson totaling 14 each. Ziegler salvaged scoring honors for the evening, however, as the Dukes' center popped 25 home. Huron bids for win No. 4 tonight without a loss when they play at Berlin Heights. • • * RON MAURER along with de- pendablcs Gary LaFollette and Larry Bartlome kept Ed Ziemke's Sailors in the chase. Maurcr finished with 20, LaFollette 17 and Bartlome 11. Ed llencs with 27 and Ben Caco's 18 paced the Clippers, who showed despite the loss they'd be right in there at the finish. • • • AMHERST u.sed foul line accuracy to record its win, sinking 23 of 29 attempts at the charity .stripe. Forward Jim Sabiers and center Ed Coleman with 22 and 18 respectively led the Rockets, with Howard Duta's 16 tops for the Wildcats. It was New London's lourth straight loss, third in the league. Amherst led 18-14, and won going away by picking 18-13 and 2317 quarter advantages in the second half. N. London 54 .-Vmherst 69 G.F.T G.F.T 6 4 16 Morain 4 4 13 5 0 10 Sabiers 7 8 33 3 3 9 Coleman 5 8 18 3 3 9 Reichert 3 0 4 0 6 eNeff 2 0 4 12 4 Carbei 3 3 8 Stratton Oil Score h,r quarters: New London 14 10 13 17—54 Amherst 18 10 18 33—69 ..Reserve: Amherst 70-16. Vermilion 70 Clearview 69 Uoddr .Maurer llartlome Wheeler G.F.T G.F.T 4 0 8 Marin 4 3 10 5 10 30 Drop 3 5 11 3 3 6 Glowinski I 1 3 7 117 Henes 9 9 37 5 111 Caco 9 0 18 3 3 8 for the losers with .«even. * * + RON BOBEL'S 26 points led I the Steelers, with Tom McConihe and D.Tle Roichort each adding 16. McConihe is the son of Steclor coach A\ McConihe. Lane Bceker was top.s for Al Ziemke's Little Giants with 21, wliilo Gail Brauchia netted 17. .Ml .'-•jx BC teams get in their !icks at each other next week, ; ^ with Harding at Findlay 'I't-'f'sday FOf ^VillOfd Huron 70 Wellington 65 G.F.T G.F.T Cherry 7 3 17 McKenzle 3 3 9 Hartley 7 0 14 Harris 4 19 Kubinson 6 3 14 Zeigler 9 7 25 Hrownell 2 0 4 Furrow 4 0 8 Armstrong 9 1 19 Oickerson 2 4 8 Holland 1 0 2 BeVier 14 6 Defending champion Fremont St. Joe and Gibsonburg picked up Sandusky Bay Conference wins along with St. Mary's last night, while Elmore dumped Oak Harbor in a non-loop scrap, 49-46. St. Joe pulled out » naiyow 58-53 win at Genoa, while the Golden Bear.s got off fast and coasted by Lakeside, 71-53. Jim O'Shaughnessy, who had only four points to his credit in three previous outings, rared up and potted 18 to lead Bob Smith's Fremonters, who .sagged badly in the late going as Genoa almost pulled it out with a 17-9 advantage in the last quarter. Big John Damschroder, a husky 6 -3 senior, led the Bears wifli 27. Butchko led the Lakers with 16 and Cuttaia had 12. Elmore and OH were tied nt 46-all with 90 seconds remaining, with Bob Kullman's goal the clincher. Kuhlman led both sides in scoring with 20 points, while Gary Baldwin's 16 were tops for John Ii-win's club. St. Joe 58 O'Shgnessy L. Mayle Foos Miller Lehman T. Mayle C.F.T • 4 4 1 2 4 4 12 20 1 3 4 5 4 14 t 0'2 1 0 2 • S 5 Port Clinton Too Trabert Wins First On Pro Tennis Tour LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17 (UP) Tonv Trabert. the world ama- -'I'he National Football League'tg,,,. tennis champion who re- championship game between the ,^.^^^,,,1^ mrned pro, defeated world profe.s.sional champ Richard Gon- ClevelaUfi Browns and the Los .\ngelo.s Rams on Dec. 26 may be /ales Friday night for the fir.st Sandusky 56 ti .1 Marion 7 1 1 <;.! r IteHaven r • rarlisle 4 Wood 1 4 .ibler » 8 ;« Johnson Measlier S 6 \i Reltx 3 u 6 -Junes ;; 4 8 Jones 1 •> 4 Shirlds 8 1 17 Whisner 1 0 :.' Lock wood 1 3 4 Biccbele 1 4 FOUIb n t Bylngton 0 0 0 Wild u 0 u Warlield « 0 0 Score by quarters: fandusky 13 13 9 21—56 Mrlon •anduiky 37 Litter Ansiiauclii Staafutall WUUamt Sharp Mercer Syke» tiialtta Midletou Score by ituailers: S »ndu»ky 4i<> « Marto* 11 ifi » 14 ;i4 18 13 71 KESERVi:: .Marion 14 G.F.T G .F T « 1 17 Warfield I 1 it 3 0 C Wild 1 U i 2 0 4 Schwick 4 U 8 2 0 4 Fouts 5 4 14 0 1 1 Gaut 0 1 1 10 3 Simmons ;/ 0 4 1 3 4 Bylngton •> 1 5 1 0 Z 1 3 4 Ihe biggest game in the history 1,i„ j,,,,^ Kramer's world pro ot professioi =il toolhall. tennis tour The Ram.s i...nl office reports Trabert, of Cincinnati, (X. de- thal ticket sales have gone sky- |-py,p,, Gonzales 2-6, 6-3. 6-4. Tra- high. They say that the city'.s i,^,., imcl lost his first two starts : mammoth stadunn could be jam- j,g.,i,ist Gonzales in Madison med with a crowd of more than Garden 100,000 spectators. Ciillipr week as they host Port Clinton'.s' j,',!'/,"'^,'!, Redmen Tuesday and travel to Norwalk for a Friday encounter with the Truckers. St. Mary 's 68 Clyde M G.F.T Hrady 4 I itOavis Kaman 8 0 16 Lynch Gardner . 8 0 13 Uellcr Keerh 2 3 6 Noss Green 3 :i 9 Gray Kraiis 3 111 .lenniiiKS Cross 10 3 .'\shton .Schlett 1 1 3 Hunt Score by quarters: St. .Mary's 13 36 in If)—«X Clyde 5 10 10 9— M RKSKRVK St. Mary's 4!t Clyde 51 (i.F.T T Capaziiii 1 0 3 Hunt 1 A i:i .McCaflorty 3 1 1(1 Wi-rth [ T 13 Schlott 1(1 I :;i .Andnsou 1 -l 6 VcastT ?. 0 I .MiUcr 0 1 1 Kaman (l () 0 lleuffiol t •; 1(1 Iteed :; 3 7 Weisheit 3 3!) Ilarkleroad I 0 3 .Myers 0 I I I rooks I 0 3 at Lorain Wed- nescla.\' and Elyria at Fremont Thursday. lOlyria (j.r.T <i.f\T •; Ifi Ffiton I 0 3 1 0 3 WalkPi- 1 3 4 6 1 13 Ontlfricd 0 > 3 •13 11 ItdiiKlKoii 0 n 0 3 3 it Gilhoil 3 1 7 1 0 3 l'.la :\l (ir 3 II 6 •I (I 4 .J.Tajlor 1 3 4 1 0 3 1 0 •>. McClollaiul •\:ir <l ('r •rati' Spoon I'in (I lav Klyriii G.F.T 3 3 6 0 0 0 3 3 6 ! Lorain 7 1 0 0 0 i 5 3 13 !l!iihel 1 (13: .McCiMihe 3 0 4! (.-erlic 3 0 4 Keichcrt .AiulorU a Score hy (iiiartcrs: 11 3 17 IT) 18—fil 6 10 6—35 Fremont Uoss 60 (i.F.T 1 I J 36 Srhiieidor 6 116 Hraiiclila 3 0 6 .Miditlctdii 6 t 16 lU'cker 3 1 7 Walters lIoiiKlilalK (i.F.T 3 0 4 .") 7 17 3 3 6 10 131 3 (I I •10 8 Port Clinton's rangy Redskins were too much for Willard Friday night. 81-67, as the Porters controlled the rebounds and the game.* Big John Bergman with 21 led Bob Green's quint, with John l^apcum finding the range for 18 and Nick Ball 15. Jim Hanks led the losers with 19. Genoa 5S G.F.T « 3 18 R. Baer 1 < 8 Kohltoff S 3 1.1 Sherk 4 1 9.LBerkcy 10 3 Schumachr 1 4 « Sowell Lorenzen Sidner Score by quarters: St. Joe IS 17 17 9—5S Genoa 8 13 17 17—S5 Lakeside S3 Gibsonburg 71 G.F.T G.F.T Michael 2 3 7 Copley 4 0 8 Moritz 113 Shull 4 4 12 CuttaU 8 0 12 J.Dmscder 10 7 27 Eberly 5 0 10 Myers 4 0 II Butchko 5 8 16 8rodes 1 S 4 Sauvey 2 1 5 S.Dmscrder 0 2 2 Davis 12 4 Elmer 2 0 4 Reineck 1 0 « Score by quarters: Lakeside 8 11 10 24—51 Gibsonburg 24 14 13 20—71 Reserve: Gibsonburg 42-37. KImore 49 Oak Harbor 48 G.F.T G.F.T Kellman 10 0 30 Baldwin « 4 1« Lohr 2 5 9 Tetteau 3 4 10 Lemke fi 0 12 Szakovits 3 0 lo OhI 1 4 ODewitz 4 210 Kardatzke 10 3 Shoupe 0 0 0 Score by quarters: Klmore 13 13 14 10—49 Oak Harbor 11 14 10 11—46 Reserve: Oak Harbor 47-33. Barons In 7-7 Tie By IJMTKD PRESS Ciil SIc.irns' Iliird-period goal '.,'ainc'(l the Clescland Barons a 11 tie uilli the ilcrsliey Boiu-.s Fri- da.v and enabled them to lake a six-point gii|) on fourth place in the American Hockey l.c.-imic. Port Clinton 81 Willard 67 G.F.T G.F.T 6 3 15 Coe 6 3 14 6 9 31 Cok 1 1 3 4 0 8 Hanks 8 3 IS 8 3 18 .McLaughlin 6 0 13 4 5 13 HollinKer 3 0 4 I 0 3 Robinson 3 7 13 13 4 Wallace 10 2 (luarters: 18 30 31 33—81 13 16 17 33—67 Ball BcrRinan Mnlli«an I'apeiim .Meek Carte r lee Score I'drl Clinton Willard by Reserve: Port Clinton 57-30. Lubanski In Lead CHICAGO, Dec. 17 (INS) Ed Lubanski of Detroit took over the lead in the 15th annual .All-star Bowling Tournament in Chicago Friday night at the end of eight rounds with a 155 Petersen point score. Lightburn Pins Upset On Dapas NEW YORK, Dec. 17 (INS)— Ludwig Lightburn appeared a likely challenger today for lightweight champion Wallace (Fud) Smith's crown. Lightburn, of British Honduras, scored a unanimous decision ovei" Ralph Dupas of New Orleans, Friday night in a nationally televised ten rounder from Madlfon Square Garden. WASSNER iraE SERVICE "U. S. ROYAL TIRES" 323 Warn* St. ^ ^n* II Uhl Sparks Dayton Bucks Play Tonight ' ' I CINCINN.ATI, I>ec. 17 (UP) — COLL'MHUS, Dec. 17 (TNS»—/Fhe L'niver.sily of Dayton, spark- Ohio State's Buckeyes will wind'ed by Bill Uhl's 22 ixiint.s, surged up their non-conference basketball road ciimpaign beginning tonight when they clash with the unbeaten Billikcns in St. Louis. aliead in the second lialf Friday night and beat tlie University of Cincinnati Bearcats, (ifi -57, in a! battle of undefeated net teams 9 —3 7 »—14 IJNUSIAL PITCH — Mike Garcia keeps his pitching eye sharp and arm in shupe oper- atijis a scuint; machine. 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