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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 7, 1962 Sec. 4, Page 2 No.1 Ranked Buckeyes Dump Wildcats 85-62 in EVANSTON. 111. — (/P) —nutscorod Northwestern John Hiwhcck whipped in 27 Ihe secnnd half. ohio stair points and Ohio State's de- Northwestcrn's only threat HMvi „,k Right Ranking H5 Norlhwpstcrn—flS Fa FT P PO FT P lending BIR Ten champions came in the first half when rolled to a 85-62 basketball the Wildcats twice cnme ft'^'lL-rk vKtory over Northwestern .^-ithin ei-ht p-iinls but Ohio 'fj 'I '.X''' Saturday niKht. State easily sped to a 20- The Buckeyes, seekm;.; a point lead m the second half third St rai^ht conference title, and maiiaficd to maintain it. r::,.-.-r jirabbed a 10-0 lead and never Loading Norihwestcrn in were in danger. They led the Bir, Tfn rjpfn ''r was Bill '17-.'^') at the half ;tnd easily ( (K.^-J;,!,,re vviih 17 points. AUAmerua .Icrry I.iicas led both teams with 18 rebounds and ended up wilh Hi points alrhou <;h h" played only 27 minutes of the regulation 40. la-.. "1 M .•i 2 KfPlry 10 4 Wrllf 7 :! 2 Wol,«lnw 2 2 2 Cuccialore S 0 1 Fiilk 1 0 0 Boiip 4 0 I MIIlT 2 0 2 flibh' 1 0 1 l.opn^a 0 0 2 Ilaii-i'n 1 0 0 (10 0 0 0 I) 0 2 2 0 0 0 5 3 0 4 b 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 iN'n: *. hwt-.s; t-rn '19 8 1.1 To'iih 23 Ifl 1r 27 -B2 Indiana Rallys to Turn Back Spartans 76-71 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — i /Ti — F^aced by juniors Jimmy Rayl and Tom Bolyard. Indiana's Hoosiers rallied in the closing.; minutes Saturday and defeated Michip;an State 7(i-71 in the Bi;,' Ten opener for both learns. '] he Spartans outfought the, }l ()Osicr .s the first half and went, to the dressing room with a commanding 41-2f) lead. They increased it to .'JI;n with 14;4r> left before Indiana caught fire. Indiana scored II straight points — 7 by Rayl to move to within .H at 51-48. Michigan State pulled away again before baskets by Kayl and Bowling Tips * *« By Marion Ladewig Illinois Whips Wolves 91-71; Small Gets 22 —AP Wlrephoto DOUBLED UP — Two players from the North (dark jerseys) doubled up on South halfback Ronnie Bull of Baylor Saturday. In the background re LSU's Earl Gros (33). STATE COLl,EGES Carleton 66, Ripon 56 St. Olaf 101, Lawrence 69 OTHER SCORES Wake Forest 81, Clemson 54 Boston College 88, Navy 79 Delaware State 83, Howard j (D. C.) 71 Williams 67, Bates 42 Penn 64, Princeton 56 Duquesne 72, St. Bonaventure 52 Hofstra 43, Albright 36 Marietta 79, Otterbein 64 Tennessee 85, Vanderbilt 83 PROBLEM THE BALL PROPS TOO QLMCKLYl" CHAMPAIGN, III. — t/P) — With Bill Small hitting 22 points and Jerry Colangelo, 21, Illinois opened its Big Ten basketball championship bid .Saturday with a 91-71 victory over Michigan. The game was close for the first half with Michigan leading 8-5 before Illinois took . , - . , ^ j j c over to stay and gain a 40-37 LOS ANGELF.S — UP) — layoff, had a 71 for 144. And tear crown, toned down after edge at intermission. Dark-haired I3ob G o a 1 b y South Africa's Gary Player, a disappointing 74 Friday, , , . • , fi , , , -71 lOei's leading money winner, touring the 7,000-yard layout In the first six minutes of cooled off to an even par 71 L^f c . J • Vr. r^:: IAA the second half, the Illini,.Saturday but it was g o o d \. scored Ifi points while holding enough to keef) him in front Ihe Wolverines to two free of the field at the midway Goalby Cools to Even Par 71 but Still Holds Tourney Lead Saturday in 70 for 144. Littler Has 140 Tied at 139 were four sea- United States Open cham- soned players. Included was lhrows .'''lV puV 'lllinoLs'ahea'd marrof'the $45 000 ^^^"^ Littler's 71 gave Dow Finsterwald, who won ,56-,'59 and Michigan never j,e,e ,s Open golf' tournament. ^'"^ ^"^^ National the event two years ago and SOLUTION: One of the Ihreaiened. In The 30-year-old bachelor j^,^,,^ for 145. PGA champion, Jerry Barber, Saturday gave the gallery a thrill with back-to-back eagle ^ .he . me'l m a' I r^ade MX ^'^^'''T'^ f™"? ' ^t ' Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, 3s on the 8th and 9th holes. ^ noin.;?nd Dave Df ^w ^v four - ""^^ ^''''^'^'"fl^'^ Ohio, making his professional The other three were Don iKneyloSou^^^^ after re-:Fairfield (66), Lionel Hebert Jerry Bass made it 59-58 more common errors among poj^ts and Dave Downey four. Mimirinal C.olf Club ^'Khigan Slate. ^^'-^^ •'^kiUful women bowlers ;'o ,,^,ey fouled out with 8:46^ S —— " A field goal and a ^r..l,:'^^;^'l^^^^^^^ scoring 12 ,on.is. l'', ^^^j^^^^^ linguishn^^ and Bob Rosburg (70). r> lu Knee ( nougn ai me re -|[n f,vp nlavprt: hif a Hon-' . . .... throw by Rayl tied the scon at (i7-all with 4;(l(i remaining.' Three straight baskets by p-iHi^.^ Bolvard •— l\^•o of them on ^'^^ feeds from Ra\l - - si'iit the .M ,i:iV M a l.'ll Iw m them -'1'^ 'I'' ^'"^ ^^^^fl' S ^ '^^'^three 'strokes over par in the n them - hie figure_s for the Ilhmwho j^^^,^,^ ..^^^^^l^^^ ^^,^^1 - sent the T.i (i7 a 11(1 I \ 111).', ke( p Ravi lloDsiers ahead then Ihev he )Mn 'iur klv. P'T R.c, I ii-i.prd Iluosier scor ,),,. j,,,,! j,,,,, ,,,1 ,1 h;,ve ri.s \Mlh 2.S poiiils - - 21 111 iiiij,, \];,\^,. II ;, prac- the .sed.nd hall. Mass added nc,. (,, j^.,. I vnur left knee bent 14 and iiulyard and Uu k j^nfroiisly when you release Sparks 12 apiece. Indiana's ihc l),ill and you will find that oilier slarler, Charlev Ilall g.ol vour speed .and pin .-iclion vv'ill the olluT in, both iiKnMse. An Schw.irin and .lack I.ainers stiared to[) si m ui); honors for the Sp.irtans \i,ith Hi apie( (' Pete (ieiil and l.nn nie .S.indei s eat h li.id 1.1 Indian;! oiitslioi the Sp.ii tans -11 Si ti) :':,.7, ;iiul the lloosiers grabbed 58 rebounds V. Iiile .Mi( liigan State was g.el I iiii: -'i '. Sp.ii k': led both teams uith leiMiumls. |)iel<ing off n Ih- i\ A l( State Mlih Gophers Stop Purdue 81-67 in Opening Tilt lease. Yf )u'\'e s( they approach the foul line boosted their over-all record . , u i ... i r ,or timidlv. then release j^,^ ,,,,, ,eft Michigan "^^'^"'^ ball lrf)m .in almost up- with 2-8 Coalhy, seeking his second ' Miehigan's.Iolm Ooslerbaan straight Victory in this event, lliis •.vill eai.se ,„ i^e first '^^'^'''^ ''''V "V ^nght hoi I"" half but returned to .score 12 weather three strokes in front ips even behind ,,(• i,,., 14 ,,,,;,] nomts before P'"''^- ' MINNEAPOLIS — (/P) — Minnesota, led by Eric Mag- „ , Unhearlded Tony Lema, 27- danz, jumped off to an ear y FO FT P FG FT P (Kan.) 53 •ehmd ,,|- I,,,, 14 points before P'"''^- iiite r m i s s i o n. John Harris Only I Behind topped Ihe losers with 18' Only One Terry Kentucky 89, Georgia Tech 70 Cincinnati 72, Tulsa 43 SL John's (N. Y.) 84, Syracuse 55 Holy Cross 79, Connecticut 70 Massachusetts 67, New Hampshire 65 Western Michigan 88, Kent State 75 Mount Union 69, Ashland 64 West Virginia 88, Villanova 82 Amherst 94, Bowdoin 71 St. Francis (N. Y.) 43, Siena 39 Valparaiso 85, Depauw 78 Bethel (Ind.) 82, Spring Arbor 74 St Joseph's (Ind.) 74, Marian (Ind.) 59 Bethany (Kan.) 74, Bethel (Kan.) 61 St. Benedict's (Kan.) 80, Fort Hays 63 Tarkio (Mo.) 85, Westminster (Mo.) 81 Utah 77, Utah State 72 Bringham Young 63, Montana 59 Carroll (Mont.) 64, Westminster (Utah) 58 Colorado 75, Kansas State 61 Colorado State Univ. 70, Denver 52 UCLA 75, Washington 63 Arizona 76, West Texas State 68 Arizona State Univ. 110, Hardin-Simmons 50 Highlands 79, St. IMary of the Plains 74 Washburn 65, Pittsburgh Virginia Tech 97, VMI 75 Richmond 73, William and Mary 65 Nebraska 69, Kansas 67 Miami (Ohio) 54, Toledo 36 Xavier (Ohio) 82, Ohio Wesleyan 51 North Carolina State 61, Duke 60 Loyola (III.) 90, Detroit 76 Wittenberg 60, Capital 46 Bowling Green 64, Ohio University 62 Ohio Northern 86, Bluffton 64 Baldwin-Wallace 72, Muskingum 66 Wooster 69, Hiram 58 Oberiin 61, Heidelberg 59 Lebanpn Valley 74, Moravian 71 Kings (Pa.) 79, Bloomsburg 73 Cumberiand (Ky.) 79, Union (Ky.) 77 Morehead (Ky.) 88, Villa Madonna 85 Centre (Ky.) 74, Berea 58 Rensselaer 61, Hamilton 53 Temple 90, Scranton 70 Slippery Rock 90, California (Pa.) 52 Penn State 74, Pitt 62 Franklin & Marshall 77, Johns Hopkins 59 Long Island 68, Fairieigh Dickinson 64 Davidson 77, The Cita- Idel 71 Lafayette 67, Rutgers 64 Ithaca 96, Utica 69 Lemoyne (Memphis) 72, Alabama State 60 Prairie View 88, Arkansas AM&N 73 Tulane 76, Georgia 46 Northeastern 62, CCNY 56 Army 58, Fordham 56 South Carolina 86, Maryland 71 Yale 59, Brown 58 Providence 64, American Univ. 55 Rhode Island 70, Vermont 60 Lenoir Rhyne 85, Appalachian 75 Akron 89, Denison 50 Wayne State 82, Western Reserve 55 Kalamazoo 52, Adrian 46 Michigan Tech 68, Winona (Minn.) 61 , , • e i, , , , . , ... Bcrlc.shire 3 0 2 MaRclanz year-(jld ex-Marine from San lead and then coasted to an McQuitty o o 2 c-onic Leandro, Calif., clo.sed the 81-67 Big Ten conference bas-oa™"' '4 2^Ba°ma" over Purdue M-^oi'^i''^' » 0 2 Lmhan Muni Basketball r \ i!<)( ni M 1110 - «I M pom Is. Illinois made good on 38 of '.)\ court shots for a .418 per-lgap with a 60 and goes into ketball victory rcntai'.e and captured 5! re- the third round one shot be-'Saturday night. liDuiuls. Michigan hit on 27,hind Goalby. | Magdanz counted 27 points,, of 8 (1 for .XW and had 5() re-' jjpj ^t; 137 were two other'the best scoring game of his' bounds. voung pros, Tommv Jacobs Gopher career, to lead Min- T,.'a;.s n a 2 2 6 2 Rick.'lir.an 1 3 3 Oruskin Dunklii.'' 3 1 I .Ii-nM'u Piachai J 0 0 0 DM VIS Oilbertson Ke-^sler I Grow fi 3 4'sas City National 61 (over- 3 I 0 0 0 1 •.: 0 2 2 3 0 Ml. hlcHM .1..: H. I v 111. 4 .1 •!•!• «H! I. I !,:r.,i: U 1 ('•,: .iJ (I 0 .S' ;i r^'•^ I 2 .Miii- (I I) Our Ir-.^ fi I I '.>|WI1M|~ '•1 k;'j^nll r Mt(l( M I M HIM 0 fi 1 I.frpcr 'I oiah 1(1 r-l I' of .'i 'i 4 I !: II i n (I II ij C 2 yfjung pros, Bermuda Dunes. Calif., ni-^sola to victory in the con- M.'II i v\ho shot a 7t). and Gay Brew- fercnce opener for both teams. ' (T of Crysl.al River, who had Only Terry Dischinger, who a 69. n California's Phi ^.. 0 (71) and Texas' Fred Hawkins Gophers. " (70) v\ere tied at l.i8. Minnesota jumped (o a 5-0 26 1.5 1.1 Tot ah 32 42 3., 67 39 81 ended with 31 points, could Rodgers consistently do any damage \ 1' lorv left Indiana r t lie M ,r nil Michii'.in ll.l^ \'. Mil ', ;ini| Insl 'I.ilr . I lrMli .111 , ,1. . Goalby was in close quar-^l^^^ before Purdue .scored a, -^'«3]l]? ters with the.se three nvals: '•^^ '^'^^ \hen surged, to an 11-1 advantage before: Wismer *«• Sells 30 Per Cent NEW YORK — UP) — St. Thomas 63 Northern Illinois 78, East- Concordia (Neb.) 65, Kan-'em Michigan 52 Central Michigan 65, Alma 57 Northern Michigan 94, Mankato State (Minn.) 68 Ferris Institute 77, Detroit Tech 51 Calvin 73, Olivet 67 George Washington 82, Georgetown 65 Juniata 58, Wilkes 55 Delaware 73, Bucknell 67 Midland 86, Yankton (S.D.) 53 Louisiana State 74, Florida 57 Alabama 68, Mississippi 62 time) William Jewell (Mo.) 76. 0 0 0 Central Methodist (Mo.) 68 0 0 li Southwestern (Kan.) 71, 33 1.S 17 Baker (Kan.) 63 Augsburg 80, Concordia (Minn.) 65 Bemidji State 81, Bethel (Minn.) 54 Hamline 67, St. John's (Minn.) 46 St. Mary's (Minn.) 79, Gustavus Adolphus 77 Minnesota Duluth 72, I I- 1 I .•.:t; I- \ Kill PI I M iiin ^ HI II ' Soviets Prepare fo Enter Racing ''i ^^nH^'J'lt !^^.nm^"?.I•^'he '«"«ther Boilermaker charity Harry Wismer. owner of the! St. Cloud 76, Moorhead 49 Mississippi State 51, space as lar as some ot tne . _ M^W-K r »ob«fo ci Crv ,,fv. A..L m /Tl—The Soviet :m „,e «,abH=h .cU„llorswere iNcw York Tilan. in the Amfr .;„2^,°'"«"- S""'" --corned. •,,;-l'Lt,:Sin!";, J^rlt faei -^'^t''' "^^^^^^^^ North Dakota Slale 63, Arnold P a I m e r. who ad- j^.^^, lapsed and made the Saturday he had sold 30 per;Augustana (S. D.) 61 mitted his game needs sharp- ^'^.^^^^ " cent of the club to Royal, Cincinnati Rolls over Tulsa Quintet 72-43 • Ml< H II 1 U Hli\ ^ .111 1 (1 racing soon, Kai.lin says. The bro.idr.isl aiili 1 I ai iiig. IS I me ol 1 he up- .inib'uinin;', sports .Sii\ let I iiion. emng after the mid-winter, p^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ hit Raidle of Palm Beach, Fla.,; a . i. and cut the Gopher advantage for $500,000. He said the deali/\ WB-aBTif yn\\C to 30-21 with less than five had been completed in thei "WIWIIBJ IWISJ LONDON [ I 'nil 111 (an be expected to • m .ike its debut in inlernation- ^ • , • r-j il autn racuu; soon, Mo.scow Nebraska bdgeS - ; , „ ^ . Pinrida citv 1/ CQ t. m minutes left in the half, but J-'orida city. Kansas by to 0/ the Gophers came back to; Wismer identified Raidle as I.AVV'KINCF:, Kan. (^Pi post a 42-32 edge at intermis-a Florida real estate operator — Ivan (irupe scored off a sion. and industrialist, fast break with four seconds The Boilermakers couldn't: "In view that I have lost in the ' !M INN.A I I l.ll.ll . . ! iN !l! ..,Mi I . ( III signers nil Ihe Perfect Game MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — (.4^) — Norm Abrams of St. Paul, pi II'; I ••. ,iti (l ; • :| 10 Prep Basketball •I) '.|iri'i I li,il ll.i'.- e e\ I l,i\oral)K- wiih \'.iiikl rec ,,,,|.^' Il ,id(.|e(l, Nebraska liad a .i'l-.'M half- I iiiinl as 11 I,,, ih, •, ,iir ;'iiii(l (inlv 111 rac- trol nm^i nf the lirsl half. Ill,' .I;MIII-.I lime, The\- h.ive Kansas lied it .il -Hall with , , . ^ , mfrlinrrP 187 linp ni. exprnence m Grand Prix IH mmules to go, Ihe sc(;re ne.sota was the big dit ference,, League will hold its annual 'rLc 1 Ahr .m.' i.iiinv Ihe .SuMci Inion has was tied six times more as with the Gophers pulling in business meeting starting on _ _ ,.1./J: A nn r.ice ii.uks for this sport, the lead changed hands. -l-i rebounds to 31 for Purdue.:ivioriday. - Purdue coach Ray Eddy cited mistakes and poor shooting as contributing to the loss but said Magdani: was the big difference. Auburn 58 Oklahoma 63, Iowa State 49 Oklahoma State 72, Missouri 57 Western Kentucky 71, New Mexico Stale 67 Tennessee Tech 102, Murray (Ky.) 86 Brandeis 82, Worcester Tech 72 North Carolina 99, Notre Dame 80 Butler 75, Evansville 66 Indiana State 92, Ball William Penn 92, Upper h.M. -itf-,;,,,.,! Iff to give Nebraska a B9-(i7 get closer than seven points $],200,000 in the past two n^Zll''^-''^'-' Saturday at any time in the second half, years with this club, this is ^mn.. rolled a perfect game Sta^te^_87 nifht ,n their Hig Kight Con- posting that difference at about the best thing that has Saturday in the $100,000 All- ference hasketbali opener. ;3-l-17 with nine minutes left. h;,ppenej to me," Wismer ^""f""^"^^"'- Iowa 63 om then on the Gophers said The 40-year-old plumber, a Gnnnell (Iowa) 78, Coe rulers mav time le .i.l alter henu; m con P'uired it on. leading 70-51 at i^^, ,,,, i^gve ^''^'P''^" three All-Star tour- (Iowa) 6.3 one lime in the contest. f.^,.|y ^1 naments, uncorked his .500 Central (Iowa) S4, Du- Superior rebounding f)y Min-Calif., where the ^American R^^l^ after opemng with a buque 75 Despite Creignton 96, Wabash 62 in Olympic BaslcetlfaH Tenpin Leaders Mil' \ ' . M I M,i\ Ihe !)(•': )• •. sible for Ih.ii the ]• l.lbbl-ii ;i win the rh, kyo T!iaf' •• Sign ( onlracls . ' • :. il n> i| ! le s 1II h .1 >|iii( ler s \ --ti-in : • 1 . •. iM in;-,- 11,1• 1 • ' • p : ! I • • i t ;, 11 11 : 1 . ,!,.' Iji- 1 :!; • . :>:,••. ii.in: Racine 5th in Swim Meet , Racine's YMCA swimming mil !he Deiuci Ifuckers. ThC' "We aKo are going to sit I'' If .1 (',i!s h ,i\e tdlded and down uilh officials ot the pro ( le\ eland I'ljiers turned basketball leagues and talk pru turkey to them about putting Hu; collejje players al- pressure on collegians to '.'.a\s ha\e been the heart of sign We'll let them knou' olvnipic ball clubs and if we such practice would give^""^ f'f^'^ P''"-^' h.1. 1 to rely only on the AAC them a lot of unfavorable state relays at Beaver Dam \'-e uiM .iM I 'et bealen publicity if it ciist the U.S. Saturday. ; '•A e •,s:iit to fa( e the fact ttie ser\ices of a player it The event was won by Mad•' 1' -M- .lie ui a real bind needed, ison with 6A points. Trailing Dischinger Out Rochester 96, Clarkson three strikes in the last frame Tech 49 were perfect. Niagara 73, lona 66 f ,, J • . Canisius 78, Dayton 68 Abrams followed his peerless game with scores of 204 t- \ / , and 245 to total 936, the best j^;^^ ^^^^^ Christian 63 i our -game block of the quali- southern Illinois 86, Ifying. His 2,533 grand total western Illinois 69 for three days and twelve Oklahoma City 118, Miami games was worth fifth place, (pia.) 113 Abrams rolled the first per- Dartmouth 61, Harvard 55 feet game of his career on a Drake 58, St. Louis 56 !Minneapolis television show ————[less than six weeks ago.j j Previous to that, his high MKS Team .Si 'rirs 113! A * n Club. Aiirlv'5 Conicl. 3UJ4 KtirHti'n Drugs. BM Major 31).'i2 Hiiuifiiir Arciuli- eia.^.^K- •299,i Eneli- lloH'l. Arcade Classic 2ieil lJoU(,':,is Howl. nM Major Team dames 1091 Flninimuiel Nu 2. I.ulheran Men IF ( .Antericu 10«4 U.iiiilair, Arcade Cla.s.'lc: lOSO Ki:il!.«in Ii'iiK^. BM Mn|or 11177 Jacobsen Clo , BiK Ed Cmiicl, 10:1 .Men s Wear, Bnl-.Mor Ciimcl Inillvlcliial SrrlrH 721 OCfl Wrluht, DowiUown BM 717 Sieve Finko, Andy's Cornel . .,nr> 709 Dan Boerger Arcade Clas.sic Single SCOrC WaS 290. 702 .iMi- Cosiabiie, B,.l Mor Indrp. • (iii8 lid BrhomiTier. cit.v Employes | Abrams' perfect game ionly the eighth by a man in tiUli 1 I,, jir'it;,i-r; before told tl ,i , ,'1 A' ;ii;' a I'liud team h,i.i I 'i--' an ()l\'m >a:i ! !ir lint il)(il "As lor tlie scmrs! • !':e vr 1; the Kus quarter svstcms, this ; 11,1 ii\ff Ihey rap- example of hnw it •llipinv ,1;^; in the I llie ^Mp biMueen us .e.g all the time." and \'.er(^ Waukesha with 58, Beloit 50, Bea\er Dam 4X, Ra- Bob Ourben. UuuKlas Major Individual (lamrs .1110 -n .ck SehUchtlng Upiown Sunday [bC 2I -Vear hiStOrV Of the .'iin Oif .Vnshi Downlowii BM 289 .-^leve Firtko. Andy^ comri. All-Star. He has been unspec- :i7» cv Buikeu jr, Western Crafts- tacular in the four-game was -rf^ II S l,l-( .il,-, , ( 1 . •; , lAill be held m < )• i' . „ first v,i fe nio''. I h \'. • .i ! i • ^ that the gam's i ' ! •: ; , Tokyo. "i r ,i • : • • there e .xii -nds ih' • e'h • . , summer i/i 'u ),. "But f)< 'i .ber nii-,1' - • • athletes at si tiDijp- i,;, ,i :< •! ester basis v. niild hi.' i miss Ihe eniire serni'--,ii ,• ; , • to Tokyo, They wouhl m :s' much of the college basket it,, ball sfason .since the ;,(•( ond o ,, 1 '• e 1 ine -It), Milwaukee 38. She, bnvg.in 2S. .and C.reen liav M ol ho\s- It UDuld have \M)rked it the same (,)c- lober dale was applied in the IIHJO Olympics- Ohio State's .\o Specific Dates lerry Lucas could have played M.l's said no spi.'cific dates "i Rome and also still played •1 o, tobv-r base been set for f'"" 'he Buckeyes becausel Winning first or second he ()!\inp;is that school is on the quarter places for Racine were Gary "It Ihe hasketb .iil toiirna system. But Terry Dischinger foreman, Dan Neider, Dann ii'-nt I.Ill he held no latei "f Purdue would lia\e had to Dunham. Tom Schumacher, .meve Firlko, .Andy's Comrl, H'lb nurlien, Ouimlas Mtij.ir Cv B;,(keu Jr , Western Crafts- taCUlar blocks rolled thus far in tour- In the I,'; 14 year age group, R.icine placed fourth, in the 11-12 the team was third and in the 10 and under it was WOMFN' I ram .Senen -hen Mach Movers, 2.T'>7 24«: 2IRI 2471- Holei CB Bowie r- nament qualifying, , 826 Thursday and He shot 771 Fridav. Ill l!ie midi of that ni''^'^ most of his collegiate Bill Schumacher, Bob F.vans, II' eith :\>- rn,i\ br atile to s .d season t>e( .iiise his is a sem Karl Hiidat, Mike Lucloff, ..I.- -dine tup players from'"'"''' '-chonl" Ceorge Alexander and Terry '; rsii -r si hiMl'-,." he s,i ,d Mills said he does not CJrumlev. 1 lie> iiioid diiij) out for sf\ know how many schools in Next Saturday Racine's i'r,i; ueeks ami leiurn with Ihe nation are on the semes- team travels to Madison for I 'i.it out :'is :ng a uhole semester ler or quarter system, but a dual meet. Racine will be they are alxiut equally divid -'host to the state Y.MCA meet ed in the Big Ten. » |on March 10. 11 (1 ih.ii is if they are good lie enough students to'do it. Rarliie I.adie Hap s Hnl 3h eiu > l-'an A- C'lumry U; .IK''. Hotel R,u ine Cornel Ch't .V Max, Mote! Rac Comcl Han.son Funeral, Hotel Kacmej Cumcl j Tram Games I 924-Haps Hot Shots, OB Bowlercttes 033 Ko-hen Mjcti. Mover., Hotel H,'*c;ne I.adies 684 'li.Mn i! 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