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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 17

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Polor Btars Copturt 5th Win, 83.78 Margaretta** cage endeavors closed down for the holidays Saturday night withj the Polar Bears racking up a hard-earned 83-78 win at Old Fort. It was the fifth win in six starts for Chuck Hardy's crew. trailing 67-59 it the «nd of three (juarters, the Polars caught up to tie the count at 70-ali with two nttnutea left and then %ere never headed. Four Margaretta starters ' Scored in double figures, big Ed >J Klekotta leading the pack with 14. Chuck Keller tallied 20. Jack Ferrone 19 and Jim Nor- rocky 11. Both sides made good use of their foul chances, the Polars turning 15 of 21 Into points and Old Fort 22 of 30. Next start for the Polars is Jan, 7 when they play at New London. Weekend In Sports (Bjr United Presa) SATURDAY NEW YOltK SF Wraps U D'"'"'' DePoul Play M.XYENNf;. I'KA.NCE, Doi. 19 (UP»—Wc-llcrv hi Jean Boicde of France died carlx Sunda> of a iniiv r:nirrtv • cfrbral hcniorrliHse suffered By JOHN GRIFFIN ; xyh(^n he wa.s knocked oul of Ihc San Franci.scojs national Cham- ,i„g Saturday night bv Hami Tonv Trabert off .m . "''./^'^ Mckholbla. Boieda, 27. never ro- lony iianert ot tournanient title to their collet!- .' , Cincinnati and Vic Selxas of ion loda> «,s Ihcv .,e1 out on ^<"'«''""^"^'^^ Philadelphia were placed fir.st their quest nr fiie nine more I and second, respeclively. in the; victories '.hat will give them an selections of the United Slatesiflll- le record for consecutive Lawn Tennis Associntion'.s rank-; triumphs, ing committee. • * • CORAL GABLES. AidOSUWin THE SANDUSKY nfiOiaTEH-STAIl.HEWa 17 .Monrtdy. necemtter 19, 19S5 (l.l'.VKI.AM), IXc. 10 ilN8i-~ Jillson Flips i The ta-kct now is 40 .straight OA f .^i f \Ai f #>CC ; wins—foppinp the major-college WW ffl f "Fr LVdd . \ mark of 39 set by Long Lsland 1 . J .u A' , Universtlv In 1935-36 and tied' Despite Clary lillsons 30-poinl Switch On Captured the Cora sctonHall in 1940-41. ipcrformance Gables Handicap at Tropical; •-p,,^ ^^-m conquest two and one-half p,pP3„| Sa urday. slun.dng in the 'ease with which they accomplish Tov^ n.<iend-\Vake- man wa.s no match for a smooth- working Fii'olaiids Local quintet MaftarctU—13 Old r «rt^1« O .r.t. G.F.T. Norroeky 4.tllDeRan i 4 20 ir *ll«» <> ? 39 HleiiUn« 7 4 IK KIckottA II 2 24 OlllmAr * « 1» Rarkncn 1 1 .1 Stover 4 • « r «rron<> T .1 fl«rt« 2 ! «: Htrtl^y 2*4 Rien .«« 1« Park by lengths. • * * lit. gave Sai Francisco the cliam-i^aturdav night at Wakcman. 82- MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA—j,iship in the Important De-i''«;„ Dave Stephens of Australia beat PhuI tournament at Chicago and Sandor Ihnro.s and Laszlo Tabori. set their winning streak at 31 Hunsary'.s two standout distance games, r.vtcnriing back to the runner.s, in a .5.000 nietei* race! beginning of last sea.son and in- for a major track upset. eluding five this season * * * The champs now turn south SAN BRUNO. CAL. Bobbv on . cir big national tour, vlsil- Brocalo covered a muddy milci'.'iR Wichita Tuesday night and and a furlong course in 1.50 2-.i!^l^o>ol« "t. New Orleans Frida.v to win the $35,000 Tanioran ^o New York next week lor three games m the nanaicap. ^ ^ ^ t . fp^ij^.g, tournament. A „ , ^ , ' swo • of these five games would NEW YORK Scott Frost. a^^„^ j,^^ home with 36 three-year-old trotter that won ^.(j^^toi.jps ant, p„abie them harness racing's triple crown. H, ..pcord bv beating, was voted harness horse of the ^.pakcr rivals Pepperdine. Santa, 1 ,0^,,, year by the United States Trot-, ciaia. and. on .Ian. 13, Fresno | Markwtii ting Assn. Slate, and break it by beating i SUND.^V California no .Ian. 28. MfscnbiirK a } 2 SANFORD. FLA. - Al Balding of Canada shot a two-under-pai On their awesome performance in Chicago, the Dons now arc OiM Fort J4 2.S l« 11—?8 Heierv*: Mar(ar«tU, 4«-3T. 2« t» 14 24—ll.i;68 to win the $1,5.000 Maxfaii . solid favorites to sweep through r -VV trailed by only tour at the end of the fir.*it period, but Fire- lands picked up -team to lead 4(128 al halftimc and never Mere in trouble. Tillson scored half ol T-W s 20 field goals and half ol their 20 free throws in following up Friday's .54-}>oint ."plurge, against New lla\cn. Dick Logan had 22 for the winners. T-W play.* al Ruggles-Troy Wednesflay night. Flrelnnils—fl: T-«—«« (i.K.T. I •>. in TUIson 7 8 Z'l .larrpti .•i I M naUv fi .' 14 \Volfi> » 0 1 8 .larkson ft 2 •> Suinehart 1 ft ; Srore hy qiiarlrrs: PIrdaiifiS \9i T, M 17—82 COLUMBUS. O.. Dec 19 (Ul" Ohio State, whose Robin Freeman only one ))oinl away from 40 for the fourth straight game j after Saturday night's 89-83 win 'over .St. Louis, moves on Tulaiic tonight. The Green Waves were also I victorious in their Saturdav mIuIiI game, lopping Springfield. .Mass, by 69-61. In the St. Louis game. Freeman paced the Ruckcves with 39 >lnts to score 18(5 points for fi\e games to boost this sca^()n average to 37.2. The defeat was St. Louis' lirst in fi\o games and the victory was Ohio's fourth in five starts. A 'Mawling finish saw the Bills liar, w a big Oliio margin to three points as .Jim McLaughlin of St. Louis, and Fiank Hovvaicl ol OSU were ejected lor fighl- i g Witli about one minute and a 1 alf left. Freeman clinched the game with a theft of a ball near his own basket, lie then went all the way for two crucial point.s wh.ch killed off the laic rally. Iho Clcvel;ui<l witiiou! Ihe MMVuc Mmiins will hoi of Krie Ratnrr Rorii «i r.T. 1ft 1ft JO I t 4 1 0 ? 1 0 .^8 18 » 0 4 Open golf lournamenl. « * « to a new rcco.'d. In Friday's j "R,,prvr: riroiand!.'.i'^^-i'i! ''^ opening round, they vhippcd 1 ^ previously unbeaten Marquette,• U^IJ. TL* J I i NEW YORK Coach Red 65-68. in .Saturday's finale, they' ''©"Olt HoldS Third . ^ S 'FFCflkS'tk'ltics simply ran away from a Del (Continued from Page 16.) SCORING HONORS for the came virent. to Norwalk'$ .Dick Heastoh, who steered 'in nine fielders and three fou)s for 21 points, ^chaechterle waa the next heaviest contributor with 11. The Streaks marked a new •coring NigK £0r the season the second night in a row, their total seven better than on Friday at Ma;:ion. DeHiven's 14 were tops for the winners, with Reitz-c *flTiing 13 and Johnson .just one less. Doug' was honored with a "day" and. Paul team thai beat Duqucsne then watched hi.s team beat the and iiearly beat KenUicky. piling By International News Service Detroit snapped .Montreal's New York Knickerbockers 9.5-92.: up a 25-point lead In the first l^'/'^^-^"'"^ winning sireak Sun- in an NBA game. i 15 minutes. The subs caiTied|f,''.>' "'Shl 2-(I and maintained ga i most of the load from there in. NEW YORK—Doris Marl -of Coral Gables, Fla., and Shirley Fry of St. Petersburg. Fla., were' ranked one-two in the annual ladies tennis rankings by the U. .S. Lawn Tennis Assn. ranking committee. + * * St. Wendelin Is St. Paul Victim Norwalk St. Paul added lo| it.s slim one-point hold on third place in the National Hockey j League. ! WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Holy Angels' Bag Third Win, 97-81 Sandusky Holy .Xngelcs CCV rieteated Toledo St. Slephan's CCY Sunday afternoon. 97-81. 11 was the third straight win in as man>- starts for the locals;. Craig Smith was high man for Holy .\tigels' with 22. while .lerry Roth followed with 19. St. stephcn'i—81 Hoiv .iiiKPis—n: O .F.T. •» •> 10 Mlllf r Wagner 5 J 12 KoUi 4 la tWrrote 3 .1 » liororo 115 Smitli Pepitone Griindler Mp.ver.s . 20 22 2T Pogiie for ,1 month heciiiise ot a, leu injury lie siUTerei) SalurdiiV night ill the name with llershey ' 275 Pays $3Z2 To Leo Biagetti Leo Mi.'iaellis Suiula.v 7'J t.iil- ed to keep i);ni' with Ihe lead-. ei> in Ihe .S.-uilunl 'Fl.i.' Open golf louiiuuiient, hill still earii- 1(1 the S.'iiuliisk.v pidfessional S<:V22 loi liis (-1 fill Is. His iiH-(i7-(i!!-7-J ticl liiin .il 275 with Sinn Snead, I'.illv M;i\- weil, lieeiue Diekiiisen. .Ii iiiul Marl\ Kniuiil < ;ina<li;m ehampion Al n .ildinL; liiiisheH ^ Iw ()-nn(ier-|i,n tifi despile a l)Ot;e\' on the lili.il lidle 111 w in. Wl- 2ti!t lolal was 1 1 undtT |>;ii for I lie 72 holes, Hiatri'lll's toliil \^ as 5 under for the rmilc K(l U'ork\ 1 nii\ei <md ,\like Soiichak deadloiketl tor stMimrl at 270. Tommy Boll and C 'hiek llar- liert carded 272s. Lions Hike String m:w voiiK. i )c(. lit a I'l Columbia's hiiskelhall team scored its lOlli siiaiahl \icloi> (iver Aiin.v SaUirda.v iiiuhl when it defeated Ihe ("adel.v. 70 lU). Guaranteed TV & IRadiO Senrlet Servicing all Maket from • A M. to S' IF. fi. Just Arrived NEW 1956 Sylvanio & Dumonf Television BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE-EASY TERMS BILL SCHAEFER'S RADIO 6, TV SALES & SERVICE 921 Columbus Av#. Phon« 2457 W Mwrs .1. MVfTS L .Mrvpr< B. 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Biechele dropped in four lniport -Y »-._J|:__ /^tg '.^l^l. ant. floaU for ...icht noint/anri ^OaC"**, V/HlCIOlS Pick Cassady MVP ant goal.? for eight points and| his rebounding provided th6 Streaks with th* edge on the] hoards. * * « tORAIN will pMs«nt a lineup somewhat taller than Norwalk c^iild Offer, but nothing like Mariott.r., The Stteeiere remained unbeat- •B Saturday night with their fourth straight, 78-76, over .«trong Canton Lehman. Despite the closeness of the game. Lorain never lost the lead after the second period. Ron Bobel and Dale Reichert: potted id and 23 respectively for the Steel City quint, which has. been a sharp-theoting erew all! season. ...'*** i BOB ttEACHY'il reserves even-i id the count on the season at 2-2 with an easy 77-i<J victory. Bill Simmons with 17 led the rout. •AllSITT 4:t Nttrwalk—S« G .r .T. 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