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January 7, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 30

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^'Wisconsin. !;lowa...... Major CoIIegiafe Basketball Scores .91 Ohio Stale. 85 Marquette.. 63 Minnesota .. 81 .79 NU 62 Louisville... 53 f^urdue ..... 67 inois .. Michigan . 91 Indiana 76 .71 Mich. State 71 Football Bowl Games Lions 38 South 42 Eagles 10 North 7 SECTION FOUR THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES JANUARY 7, 1962 Wisconsin 79 Nelson Gets 39; Fieldhouse Mark Balance Wheel Iowa—7 MPlhBus 2 0 14 11 Szykowny 2 3 Hanklns 3 4 Rptldliijjfn 1 0 !Mossick 2 1 Puct'll 0 2 Novnk 0 0 Shaw 0 1 LorPii?, • 1 0 iWisconsin— FC. FT P 3 0 4 Jnckson 4 SU'bcl 4 Brcns 4'Hcaiden 4 O'Mellu 2 Owyn 3 Ostrom 1 Huglibanks 1 nichU-r -111 FC. FT P 4 12 4 MADISON, Wis. — IJP) — Wisconsin survived a 39- point scoring outburst by Iowa's Don Nelson SaturdayUJ"*^^"^, and went on to win a Big Ten Conference basketball opener 91-79. Nelson's output eclipsed by two points the mark set two years ago by John Tidwell of Michigan. Nelson garnered his total by hitting 14 of hisi ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 17 shots from the field and continued to add to its lead 11 of 18 free throws. ^^^.^^ .^^ ^^^^^^^ ^.^^^^^ The victorious Badgers, jp lo games. Iowa now is 6-4 playing before a partisan;for the season. 1 Tntnls Wisconsin 2« 23 30 Totals 40 44 29 33 23 39 79 47 Bli —AP WIrephoto Don Nelson (15) of Iowa dropped the ball on a fast break, but he held onto it often .enough to score 39 points against Wisconsin Saturday. Other players are Joe Redd- ;ington (44) of Iowa and Ron Jackson (42) of Wisconsin. Ron Bull, Gros Combine to Crush North 42-7 crowd of 5,935, pulled the blanket off a new fast break in a game that was regionally televised (CBS). The style obviously flustered the visiting Hawkeyes who rank high among the nation's teams on defense. Nine previous foes were limited to an average of 51 points by Iowa. Offsetting Nelson's production were three Wisconsin sharpshooters, two of them sophomores. Ron Jackson ledj the Badgers with 20 points, a; 1 dozen of them on free throws. 'Ken Siebel and Don Hearden had 17 each. Jackson and;quette ;Hearden are sophomores. Wisconsin has been moving up to a first class fast break all season, but got it really rolling Saturday by control- 'ling both boards. Hearden and janother sophomore guard, The victory was the first at home over Iowa since 1952^ and the first time the Badgers; had won their opening conference game since 1954. Warriors Seal ills' 63-53; • MOBILE, Ala. — IJP) —'after the terrific twosome hadj Rugged Ronnie Bull of Baylor gouged out most of the yard- and massive Earl Gros of ^^e- Louisiana State crushed the Continue Rout North 's defenses Saturday; After Gros and Bull hadi Packer Rookie! MILWAUKEE — (/P)—Mar-; guard Dick Nixon, rallied the basketball War-; riors in the closing minutes of! play Saturday night for a 6,353 victory over Louisville. Nixon, the smallest man on! the floor at 5-11, dumped in .SCOUI.Vfi North . . 0 0 0 Soulh . 7 7 14 So —Gros, 1 run iFiicH kicki So- Bull. 1. run iPucll kirk i So - Bull. 58, run iFuiU ku-ki So—Oros. 1 run ilucll kiiki With their power running and completed their awesome!,P^ueii^k.ck';' led the South to a 42-7 vic- four straight free throws and Mike O'Meiia, put the speed {then stole a Louisville pass i" the fast break after their and drove in for a layup to lend a Cardinal drive which; - AP Wlrc'pholo This is the block that put the Eagle's Sonny Juigenson (9) out of commission Saturday. Lions' Wayne Walker (55) threw the block to pave (he way for Yale Lary (28) after Lary intercepted a pass. Juigenson suffered a shoulder separation. Detroit Defeats Eagles in Playoff Bowl I in taller mates ruled the boards.! MIAMI. la. Dv - 7 42 defenders gave the Eagles a wiscon'sTn"grabbed "47""re-''^^^ ^ 15-point Marquette troit's rugged defenders man- nnmh time, bounds, Iowa 40. lead to 49-43 with six minutes [candled Philadelphia Satur-l •'^'""ly Jurgensen. the The Badgers scored first on'•^'^^'"'"f^- , ,, , ,. day while Jim Ninow.ski and c,,.,. a 15-foot jump shot by Jack-i ^ ^ a w k 1 n g >, West Men Go S(()KIN(i tory in the I3th annual Seniori Bowl football game. show of ground power, the 8, pa.vs 61, pass from from So—Milh'r, (Fuell k:cki No- DlUurd, ;Soulh continued the rout on 'W''" "'ck. g,^,^^,^,^^,^,^^,,. ithe passing of quarterbacks ' ^ North .Halfback Bull and fullback ^eiUy Canty of Furman and downs^^^^^^ Cjros scored two touchdowns Mike Gotten of Texas and the ~ each and delighted a partisan'acrobatic receiving of crowd of 35,132 shivering America end Bill Miller Passing yarUatje ' I Passes All-|Passos Interceptori by fans with their fierce rushes. Miami. Canty's 16-yard pass Biill posted a new Seniorito Miller produced the fifth Bowl record when he ran 58 touchdown for the South. fiPunts ., Ot: Fumbles yprds early in the third quarter for the third South touchdown. Their other lost Yards penalized 21 301 133 8-l.T 0 2-31 0 0 40 c,„,pn son. Nelson tied it immediate- Mcini 'y ^^^^ Andy Hankins stole the ball and put Iowa in front g,^i ,,jWith a driving layup, 4-2. The : Hawkeyes remained the pace- 117 I setter until Hearden hit a "2 long one after seven minutes ^'•'o ° of play to put the Badgers _ ;out in front 15-14. iiiawiey sparked the Warriors for the ^arl Morrall each threw tw.. second time in the half and; touchdown passes in a 3S-1() they pulled away to stay. Del roll PhlliHic'Inhlii i :;i.!;les' line pas.ser who tied ai.M,',';' ,„"i;!,!|,, ""• ](.;,,,II,. .•,.,v>rrl ,.-ill> 'V) 'ml !>'". Murrall. 5. run 7 7-38 I) 0 I'l n 10 jtaNs from Nlnowskl aerials lecord this with 32 TD suffered 9, ^farlln kicki. pa>.s Irtini Hii! PlllI Hcizlatr .bLa.SDll, .Sini(UU| II p(, WMLsl.m. 22 rii 'lit slioulder separation '-i. i'"^'* 'i""' Nmoasti victory before 25,612 fans in during that first half rout. J.! n .'t wnuain'.. 19. pass nom Mor- of tensive game at the Orange Bowl. ^^'^^^"^ as a knee m tlif> third Marquette's Ron Glaser|t|ie second pro playoff bowl Smith, regular ( was high with 20 points, 12; . ,1 n 1 l.ukle of the Eai'les of them free throws on I Mai 1 in k u-k ' HT.\T1STK'S many attempts. Bud Olsen led^ Following the lead of the p^ud, l,.,sl Hi,, Louisville with 14. IGreen Bay Packers who for the Jan. 14 pro bow FT p""^"""'"-^';-, FTP'thumped the New York at Los Angeles. period. |.',r'""« East game iliK Yarilai;!' IntorrrpLrd by I'll,'.- i'un l-'UMiljlrs I,o>.t VauU Pi-iiMll/i-d Uelrnlt !,=. 1HI> ISl 7-21 .1 6-4 (i 0 29 Phil 14 68 177 20-39 I 8-47 8 1 79 Then the Badgers went intO 'S'is,'!,' Gotten hit Miller with an: eight-yard scoring pass with scores minute left to play, and came via plunges of one yard^^j^^ ^^^^^ retaliated 30 seconds later with its lone score! Says Bowling was voted the most valuable:^ full-court press hawking.l^f--,^„„, back for the losers by sportsjthe ball most of the time. The:R»y;, writers and broadcasters cov- maneuver opened the game to ™ — a 61-yard pass play withj quarterback Mel Melin of Washington State throwing land halfback Jim Dillard of lOklahoma State catching. jMelin converted and the North averted a shutout. MADISON — i/P) — State it was the coldest of all; Tax Commissioner John Gro-'Senior Bowls with the tem- nouski promised a delegation P^rature ranging between 35 9f Wiscon.sin bowling offi-'-^ 40 degrees. It was alsoj---^^ >- f the most one-sided result, andl"^"*^ oioiogisi ana me Cials Saturday that he would South set a new recordl^ervation give them a written opinion for the most points scored, in the next few days on, wjiether the cost of bowling ering the all-star clash. Clarkjsome race-horse play with theLstnpimg Miller, 2.50-pound Utah State|Badgers holding the initiativel Itackle, was named thejand running up a 44-40 half- 1 time lead. Wisconsin played the same 4 0 0 0 fi 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 I North's most valuable line- .•i Hornak 3 Erirkson 4 .Irfforson .•i niiiser 0 Nixon 3 Klnt'sley 2 BorowskI 0 V'derhydcn 3 Cnvello 1 PouKen .Sranlon rul\ ''r iKriUlcrs ; Johnson 4 2 1 2 4 12 4 5 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Giants 37-0 last Sunday, th( 4 i Lions also boosted 2 0 0 2: of n teams. 0 0 Totals I.oulsvllte Marquelto 20 13 20I Totals 2.') 30 18 27 IR 28 .53 33 63 Defense' Breaks In I Western' Time after time the Detroit; A C I OwnP^C Conference prestige with this d^f^^;-: broke through the_^" L. VjF W 11CI :> lop-sided triumph in the hattle^;f''"''"^^ with Roger Urown, the two second place ^''X Karras, Darns McCord,: Wayne Walker and Mio -Schmidt tormenting Jurgen- Are Planning Full Schedule SAN DIEGO, Calif. — (JP) Ice Fishermen Threat to By Pat Dunn Come Close Again The cold, impartial eye of con- fish management [reported a lot of small, sub- legal sized northerns hitting baits and lures, an indication that future northern fishing team is being turned these|should be good in those wa- days on that hardy species ters. Detroit turned two inter- ^^.^ .^i^^, ^y^^ puecessor, King | ceptions and a fumble into a;j[j|| 24-0 lead at halftime as theiri „.' ^ ' , . M- < .1 lerry Barr caught Ninow-i ski's two TD pa.sses on 69 and'— Officiating, rules changes, 1-1-yard plays. Morrall ran roster limits, schedules and live yards for one score and television contract possibili- hil Pat Studstill on an 18-yard ties for the 1962 season are ;ri) jiass and Sam Williams expected to be topics of dis- ' t)n a 19 y.ird pass after a fake cussion Monday when the lieid go.il. Jun Martin, who American Football League of- the five extra points, fjcials and owners open their the damage that might be'the smaller panfish, arc iit-lalso kicked an 18yard field annual meeting in San Diego. banned on Rock Lake due toithem. Then, too, their lunch, traded to the area and require less cruising around to goal of men who leave sidewalk! However, since the lake IS- subject to the three per^ The southerners, dominat-jshoveling and homes chores ^^as cleaned and re-stocked, cent sales tax under the new ing the game, came close to;to women and children andjt has been closed for north- law, another pair of touchdowns.imove out to ice fish anywhereigmg o^^e the ice forms to ':But Gronouski said it wasi^hey drove to the North 26 ^the ice will hold them. :fishing for northerns. Signs Ispeciel in" certain''""water.s'^ ^''^^'^ " I^"'"^ fishingball League's all lime the second quarter, buti Is the ice fi.sherman becom-'put up on roadways leading; Fi^hina nrpc:cnrp ninnp ic tiip 'prcssure bit. i.scorer. it was closed to fishing. More Ice Fishermen hat makes the ice fis man a menace to game fish' „, , , , , . . / Ct^mmissioner Joe Foss has Ph.lad,.|ph,a, a Z[, pomt ^,i„ ^^^.^^ naners ? ' \ ' ' Vi V contention that owner Harry papers ptjinl column in the then-,,,; r fits judgment that bowhng caused the trout by ice anglers working for bluegills. There were 4,000 trout find, stocked in Rock Lake the dayi While no forma. — "iMMiiu LDiuiiui III nil- iiicii \YJ5mcr of the New York have been read before dis-iperiod on a nine-yard F'ass, .,• ^„,r ,• ' _ , I titans has made himse f 1 a- tinguished biological groups, from Mill tt) Pete Hetzlaff and f,„_ I iu- • , .1 \. .uW .>., 1 r I I 1 u n uu hie to expulsion from the t ~ i,„ .u„ :„„ e-.^u,.^ 'On this pomt—at least that a 22-yard fie d goal by Bobby , ,.' , What makes the ice fisher-^ 111 ,1 Ui/ 1 f .u K- 1 i- . league. I'oss and Wismer ^^..r^r.^ tr. r,^^,. f,u 1 H T c w 1 d c I y k u o w n—t h c v m B y i W a 1 s I o n, the National I'ool- , , , , ... qn a menarp tn fame tish J J, sciuabbled over several Items e leading ,' . . • , .• during the season, including oadways leading|fishing pressure alone, is the;'^^^;];^^';;^^ ''^o think the de-i"'"'"" - — ^ ^'^-^'^'"^^ '''''^ to the lake have given somejexperts' answer. anglers the impression it was ing of such game fish species'closed to all fishing. This is as northern pike? A numberlnot so. Different Regulations ^ , , , . ipartment' policy of closing Counts made during the ||„i,p, ^ifhPr fntniiu nr ., W.P.. winter of the frozen noses and their owners on lakes in the R a c i n e - Kenosha-Wal- Winners Get $600 . , Detroit had beaten Cleve-' Officiating standards may lakes, either totally or to cer- ,and last year in the first play-/'"'''^'^^^^^ ^'''^'^'"P'^ tain species fishing. conlendUff b„,vl game before 34,981 J, •'^"f;.^'^"'" "ff'^'^''" that even though there maylf;,ns Thurlo McCrady has .said that be fewer fishing hours put in ' -ih,. vie torv was worth $600 "'^"'y ^^'^ f''"^^ shows the on a given lake in the sum-, to each Lion. Each l(j.ser got officiating suffered no "mal- fees are subject to the tax. ^^^^ Schenck of Washingtonjing the bane of fish manage- iDepartment attorneys will ^ t a t e intercepted Canty'siment, a threat to the well be- eansider arguments presented P^ss at the 4. Another drivej by the group and issue an in- by the South ended m failure! formal opinion. Gronouski the North 15 when Canty siof experts who should know, said. The delegation was P^ss on a fake field goal say "yes." , District fish manager Fritzworth county waters are sur-i headed by Peter Pugal of Mil-eluded Uros grasp^ i jt is for this reason that the paujin at Waterford explained prising. They range on week-i^^, ^ weather an-l.T ^.lOo rherest .Vf" the'receints" functioning" in the champion- ^^^ukee, executive .secretary Bull and Gros shared most state administrative code per-that the -selective closing is ends into the hundreds and .^^^ 1 -e r^oTe f h^ t^^^^^^^ ^ame between .San Die- Ol the Bowhng Proprietors'valuable player honors, and m.ts the Con.servat.on De- u n d e r administrative code weekdays in the .50s. And the^^'.^^.'^i^^^;;,,^^^^^^^^ 1 t I Jp Iv T B^^^^^^^^ ^'^^^^^•'•^ and Htn.ston's Association of Milwaukee and Billy Neighbors, All-America partment to close certain 20.03. Complete shutoff of all fi.sh management men ask,/ Vimmor n m^n^^^ , , 1. , (),lers Wisconsin. tackle from Alabama, was lakes to ice fi.shing entirely, fi.hmg, such as at Rock Lake, "When does one find lOol '^s ,h 7' ru^^^^^^m^^ have been cnti- :;The bowling officials also -ned th. Z^^;;;^^X'^L':u!S'^ n^.r'^'" ^"'^^ '''' ^'^'^^"^^^ '^'^ - gail^^ish w 1, ' k." : ' n " mw e' d ci^d sh^ly ^ l^e o asked Gronouski if he could Jl""!^,,,^"" f'"^^^^^^^ 1"^'^'' , /^^^i -C" code. Lake Como or any other lake/;p,, ,,^„,.,. ,.,,„,^ ,J,,,,^,,,t benefits. coaches, fans "and sports Change that provision of ^he ^y Neighbors Billy Booth m como Northerns Protected | jhe closing date on north -;during a summer day? fishermen than will he taken The Eaules became so writers. Out in front in the la:w. The commissioner said ^-^u atoo -^AUDurn enu uave: j^^^^^. ^^^^^^^y is ern pike fishing at lakes such! There seems to be a dif- through the ice by larger desperate that end Retzlaff criticism was Charger Gener he would submit only correc -fQwaras ciearea wiue pains Lake Como, shallow small.as Como is the date the signsjference of opinion as to the|j^^,^hers of anglers. 'even threw his first pass in al Manager-Coach Sid Gill- sister to nearby Lake Geneva^are put up. The northern does 'cooperation the fish give thej while the point is debated the fourth period, only toyman. !in Walworth County. Como at not again become legitimate'anglers— summer and winter.warm fires and pol-i have it intercepted. Among proposed rules i changes to be considered is lone making it illegal for de- tional amendments to the for the two running stars. Legislature and would not at-^ Halfback Tom Larscheid of _ _ .^^ _ - ,.ruunu warm iires ana poi- t^pt to make any substan- Utah State, top North rusher, one time was open to all ice prey until the state season Most game fish suffer a loss (j.^^^ bars, the WCD still tiye changes in the bill. jfishing. Later it was clo.sed opens in the spring. This of appetite in the winter'sijhjnks the bigger numbers of '.'Gronouski said exemptions Cancel 2 CaQC Games""*^^'" the administration code spring the date will be April;cold waters. Bass and walleye ^J^JP^JJ^^P anglers can and from the sales tax would- , . , to all fishing as soon as ice 28. '"^'^"^"'^^'^ ^'^O"*^ the.se: ^ hazard fo the well' have to come from the Legis- DCCaUSe Ot Weather formed. Rock Lake, where the state.^P^^'^s- ^]^^ northerns. ^^.j^^, ^.^.^^^i^ lajure. Two Racine basketball Some years ago, to combat is picking up much valuable: Noise Attracts? certain lakes. T • games, Lake Forest at Luther- the carp which infested it. information on lake habitatj Some experts seem to feel, Sc; stay off Rock Lake en- p,.,,^, ' In This Section an and Kenosha Extension'^°"^° poisoned out and for trout, has been closed ^however, that the commotion^tircly (unless you like skat- o o. o Q 4 f D • p t • restocked with bluegills and since December 19 and the an ice fisherman makes drawsnng) and do not break out Fagesz, J, 4at Kacine Extension, were ^^o^gg^^g northerns ad,lake will not open to fishing,fish to the area where thejyour tipups on Lake Como. Hir""" Individual Statistics 111 SUING I.pwts in Niin.w^ki li^;'..•Vl^kl I'tftlu.-iante Att. 12 3 (i d Yds. Avg fensive players to grab the 3 3 face guard of a player carry- 130 ing the ball. 40 39 34 24 4 0 riilUdi-lphiii 23 18 The roster limitation sub- 3 8 ject is a continuing one. Some 3 ^advocate a 36-man limit such Ma'^'^^ts Page 5 cancelled Saturday because well as other selected species.jof any kind until April 28. Classified ...Pages % 7, 8, 9 of inclement weather. jFishermen there last SL>|nmer holes let in daylight through Paulin said all fishing is'the^snow-covered ice above You—and not the fish- be caught If you do. -may l .rizlaft ' A'it''c'mp Y<iH TDim 'as the National Football :., 21 vi 154 1 0 League maintains. AFL own- uluM " " 'ers have stayed with a 33-man 13 5 139 3 8 3 j 37 3 ^ilimit.

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