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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 14, 1962 Sec. 3, Page 2 STATE COLLEGES River Falls 85, Oshkosh 69 Superior 76, Platteviiie 68 Beioit 60, Carleton 47 Ripon 78, Lawrence 58 Nortiiland 80, Bethel 77 Lakelaqd 81, Milton 58 Stevens Point 64, LaCrosse 58 Stout 81, Whitevvater 70 Carroll 83, ]VIillil<in 65 OTHER SCORES South Carolina 62, North Carolina State 56 Notre Dame 77, Detroit 59 01<lahoma City 98, Centenary (La.) 87 Marian 92, Concordia (Ind.) 62 Duquesne 73, Carnegie Tech 36 LaSalle 69, Syracuse 53 Mississippi 60, Georgia Tech 55 Hofstra S3, Wilkes (Pa.) 50' St. John's (N. Y.) 72, CreJRhton 52 Richmond 72, VMI 52 Columbia 62, Dartmouth 50 Connecticut 69, Manhattan 68 Williams 66, Wesleyan 59 Alabama 67, Georgia 55 Louisiana State 73, Tennessee 61 Xaxier (Ohio) 87. Vilianova 66 Dcnison 69, Otterbein 61 Catholic University 93, Kings (Pa.) 80 West Liberty 95, California (Pa.) 69 Scranton 103, Upsala 61 Gettysburg 71, Lebanon Valley„60 Florida State University 65, Miami (Fla.) 60 St. Paul's Poly (Va.) 103, Morgan State 93 Duke 84, Maryland 68 Steubcnville 68, Youngstown 61 IVIar.shall 90, Clemson 75 Marshall 90, Clemson 75 Florida 43, Auburn 40 Virginia Tech 63, William and Mary 49 Bowling Green 85, Miami (Ohio) 73 Butler 78, Indiana State 75 Colgate 72, Alfred 65 Lehigh 85, Franklin- Marshall 77 St. Vincent (Pa.) 67, Geneva 57 Penn Military 69, Dickinson (Pa.) 67 Tulane 83, National Team of Peru 55 Memphis State 87, Loyola (New Orleans) 76 Erskine 70, Wofford 61 Lenoir Rhyne 58, East Carolina 48 Colorado 58, Nebraska 56 Anderson 77, Taylor 75 Indiana Central 70, Hanover 69 Augustana (S. D.) 78, North Dakota State 66 South Dakota State 77, North Dakota 73 Augsburg (Minn.) 88, St. John's (Minn.) 53 Minnesota Duluth 57, Hamline 56 Illinois Tips MSU 66-65 EAST LANSING, Mich. — (JP) —Illinois sthved off a second half comback by Michigan State to defeat the Spar- Spa rton Try Downev Love tans 66-65 in their Big Tenicoiantieio basketball game Saturday i^arne, night. The defeat was State'S| ^^^^^^ third straight in the confer-i I'"'"?'* • . " • MlchlKan State ence. MSU made a comeback with six minutes to go when Bill Schwarz sank two successive baskets, making the .score 56-54 for Michigan State only to have the Iliini igo ahead once again. Two quick baskets by MSU's Bill Barry in the final Illlnoi«—66 IMIeh. Stale—«6 PO FT PI PS FT P 12 4 3'Oont e I 4 0 1 ZlSanders '5 4 5 2i Wllllftmi! S 3 2 2 '8chwarm/ 9 2 0' I'Lamers 2 2 1 I'Schwartz 2 3 1 Olchandler 1 Barry 2 28 14 HI Totals 38 34 2B 7 17 28—66 31—65 Shirley Garms, Weber Triumph MIAMI BEACH, Fla. —iJP) minutes of play put Statej—Dick Weber, slender St. within one point of Illinoisj Louis pro who has won more but time ran out. The lead had changed hands six times in the last than ICQ bowling trophies in his career, finally grasped the biggest of all Saturday six minutes with the Iliini'night when he won the $15,- finaliy taking the edge withjOOO All-Star championship. two minutes to go on baskets Winona State 81, MankatO;by Dave Downey, Bob State 77 St. Thomas (Minn.) 61, St. Mary's (Minn.) 59 Concordia (Minn.) 66, Macalester 65 Gustavus Adolphus 63, Swedish Nationals 49 Utah 72, New Mexico 65 Dakota Wesleyan 80, Huron College 71 Illinois College 91, Blackbum 57 Ohio Wesleyan 65, Capital 61 St. Benedict (Kan) 79, Omaha 71 Midland 56, Concordia 50 Grinnell 93, Knox 74 Cornell (Iowa) 89, St. Olaf 76 Parsons 102, Upper Iowa 72 Wartburg 74, Central 67 Coe 84, Monmouth 82 Buena Vista 82, Luther (Iowa) 71 Dana 77, Northwestern College (Iowa) 65 Indiana Tech 81, Hunting- iton 71 ! Ball State 84, St. Joseph's i(Ind.) 59 iStarnes, and Bill Small. Illinois' victory was its second in three Big Ten games. Downey was game high scorer with 28 points, of which he got 17 in a hot first half. Spartan captain Art Schwann paced his team with 18. The teams were equal from the floor in shooting. Each Weber beat Roy Lown of El Paso, Texas, 619-600, in the ,3-game position match. Lown, a dark horse from an original field of 288 men, won $8,000 for second place. Lown, a lefthander jumped off to an early lead when he shot 225-166 in the first two games. Weber had 194-177 in the opening pair. Weber got a strike in the Ihit on 38 per cent of its shots.j/OJh (last) frame to climax •• • grabbed 54 re-'^^'^ 248 final game. Lown got jBoth also bounds. Bill Burweii, Illinois' center, pulled in 19 rebounds. !209. ankyi Dick —AP Wlrephoto ' LEAP FROG —• North Carolina State's Russ Marvel (31) appeared to be playing leap frog over the back of South Carolina's Ronnie Collins (20) at Columbia, S.C. Saturday. South Carolina won 62-56. Hoover of St. Louis! took third place when he de- MSU's overall record is^feated Ed Lubanski of Denow 5-6. Tonight was the first time Illinois had beaten Michigan State on the latter's home court in six years. Crandall *«« Must Earn Job troit 634-551. Hoover won $5,000 and Lubanski's fourth- place prize was $4,000. Carmen Salvino of Dallas, Texas, won $3,000 when he defeated four-time champion Don Carter of St. Louis for ! fifth place by a 626-602 mar- jgin. Carter won $2,000 for 1 sixth place. Shirley Garms of Chicago overcame a 47-pin deficit and Souchak in Lead by Single Stroke SAN DIEGO, Calif—(i?)— Husky Mike Souchak took a one-stroke lead in the $25,000 San Diego Open Saturday, shooting a three-under-par 68 for a 54-hole score of 207. Souchak, who had reason to bewail the chill and gloom of his finish in virtual darkness Friday night, withstood MILWAUKEE— Western Illinois 68. North-Del Crandall, seeking ^tOjChicago, 647-638. regain his job as the Miiwau- Ikee Braves No. I receiver aft- em Illinois 51 Concordia (River Forest, , . ,, i „ til \ ot n ^«,^:o /c^ r«••!„^'er a year of idleness due to III.) 83, Concordia (St. Louis) /_„,.u,„ lofto 53 Illinois State 70, Eastern Elm- Iliinois 69 I MacMurray 92, 'hurst 75 Illinois Wesleyan 70, Aug- Vale 67. Penn 63 Albright 61, W;igner 57 Stet.son 92, Rollins Col lege 61 Albany (NY) State 49, Defiance 88, Cedarville 71 LutzG, BoGrgeP Kenyon 62, Ohio Northern 61 Move into 4th Dayton 72, Louisville 64 Hates .58, Bowdoin 54 New Hampshire 75, Boston University 73 Lemoyne (NY) 81, Buffalo State 63 Niagara 71, S(. fSonaven­ ture 51 arm trouble, signed his 1962 contract at the club offices Saturday. He told President .John McHale he feels that ithe arm is sound. Rookie Joe Torre filled in sensationally for Crandall, ;won the $5,000 women'sj ... . , Catch- ,rown over Joy Abel, also of!^ whipping wind with an excellent show of golf as the erstwhile leader of the pack. Bob Goalby, fell into a five- way tie for second. When the firing was over for the day, Souchak, the I960 winner of the San Diego Open, held a one-stroke lead over Goalby, Art Wall Jr., Masters' champion Gary Player, Johnny Pott and Jay He- f i n i s h e djbert. Goalby, whose 65-70 gave him a two-stroke Mrs. Garms came back to win the title in the third game when she shot 214 to Miss Abel's 158. Miss Able won $3,000 for her second place. Marge Merrick of Columbus, Ohio, defeated Anita Cantaline of Detroit 645-546 for third place and $2,000. 15' Miss Cantaline 135 lead IS powered their way into fourth place in the doutilcs of the| he's Racine - Kenosha Union Cilyltpr/ Tournament Saturday and Joe Mannigan took over 10th who appeared in only games last season. ^fourth for $1,000. "1 have (0 reahzc," said La Verne Carter of St. Crandall, "that 1 might not be Louis defeated Sylvia Wene l^,^, p,ayer and Doug Sand- No. I any more-not that I,of Philadelphia 576-563 for i„ ,4 ^^^^ ^^^^ i„ fifth place and $850. Miss ^-.y^ „ 7., Wene received $800. ' ^ ^ Al Luize and Dan Boerger;think I won't be—but Torre a terrific ball player and going to get even bet- .Slilrlpv flarm.i. Crandall will be 32 years: jov'^Abn" ' , , ,old March 5. He joined the|Aniu ra'ouiinr place in the singles. These [^,.^^5^ 1949 and won the' ^""'^"'^ WOMEN W , 19'; 18 18 Randolph-Macon 62, Wash- were the only changes in Sat-.^jyi^p^ ^j^^^.p ^ward iirday's action. National League's ing catcher in 1958, Marep Mrrruk. (hp! Ciilumlju.i. Ohio 19 '•"^.Sylvia Wrne. OUtStand-1 Plilladi-llilua 14' La Vi 'rnf Carlpr. as ington & Lee 57 Princeton 82, Brown .59 1 i.ui/.t- .unt-u c. "-^^'K ^. catcher in 19.58, 1959 and: st L MIT 74, Trinity 65 a 5^09 lor an 116,| count. How- ,^ ^.^ Muskingum 88, Wooster 47 ever, their -26 handicap lelt;,_,_ „ jH„b\ CIMMU- Wittenberg 49, Akron 39 it hern an after only si.x games last .sea- 'ii"'r''-i Ebb^us. t)l).) , PrrH|>nrl N Y. son. He s cei;la:n, he said, that •'"v Hns.nb,,m, ,the trouble finally has been E KhabHs oct. I overcome after a Marietta 66, Mount Union 57 Findlay 64, Blufflon 49 North Carolina 100, Virginia 71 Malonc 79, Bethel 66 Kansas 65, Missouri 54 Western Reserve 71, Case Tech 68 Washington & Jefferson 78. John Carroll (Ohio) 6H Centre 73, Larlham (Ind.) 60 Ottawa (Kan.) 61, (olloge of Emporia (Kan.) 54 Chicago mini 80, (ieorge Williams 51 Albion 70, Olivet 60 Wayne State 66, Northern Michigan 65 Western Michigan 72, Kent .Stale 6,5 Kalaniu /(K) 61, Hope 60 lerris Kf), Lawrence Tech 67 . .Wichita K8. St. I.ouis 75 SI. (loud Stale 72, Bemidji Slate 65 South Dakota 97, State College of Iowa 87 Newberrv 105, (ieorgia State 59 Princeton 82, Brown 59 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 65, Wake »• • ^ Forest 63 1 IM Army 89, B4)ston College 83 Valparaiso 87, Weaton 70 1 , , Lvansville 93. DePauw 78 I.: .V • ( anisius 65, lordham 58 sini;l('s with a 6 handicap IDth place count. 'I'lie leaders: Dnuhlpfl lor a L lO'i 12 12 11 15'. 15'a 13'j 15 15 16 16 14 flrorp Udrp Nl-I 11 !• ilMllV 122 1 » U'15 ll5^ •6 1 MO (1 in, k .1 1^ rli k 112(1 211 1 MH A lui/.c-n 11' 1 111 1 -.111 im H HurtivnK ,1 Hi'iii-inkl 1 Mil U) 1 nil 11 111. ."^ Wnri 1 H- r •. IS u an 11]< II (i ,i 1 ii-i!rrli h (• I M -rrlfi VII 1 1 Fun: il K.il Krdnlfli llr. kei iilnnr 1 lOH 1 IIIU inai l« 111 1 i;iii 1 \ 2:, 1 CM H • ' f*ir.lii''l { 1 Mhlil.!-. hliulm iniij •Jd 1 i:'ii ,'' •, 1 ifii/ti !i- nil i:n K I f, ( tti J • 'ri u: KuMiiur GTii ll I'l -18 (1 (Ml M . V HiMiv 11 Ml . Hi 11 1 1 1 1 1 k K ((• k . 11 1 rr.'ii 'IH (r.'4 1 1 11 ClitMull 6IH 2 (120 .1 a Hinl'li hn:< X2 (in II . k HI hiU'hl 1 itf .... 02i> • 1 «lfl r r V OlMMi 57) :in (111 j. 5U9 0 m, Ken Rosewall Wins _ • , Cartil Slievlln. ong period I Buffalo. N y. Pal McBrirtp. (Iriuui Hnpkia Plivlll.s Notaro, Braiil. NY. . Pins 5*69 138-44 5899 135-49 6813 134-13 5759 134-09 5962 133-37 5937 133-12 5787 132-12 6858 132-08 6812 131-12 6825 130-26 I 6822 130-22! 6675 129-26i01 R 6647 125-221'^ 13 winner of the rich Los Angeles Open last Monday, was less than that Saturday with a 74 for 214. Three strokes back of Sou­ chak were Tommy Aaron, England's Bernard Hunt, AI Feldman and Joe Campbell, all with 72s; Sam Reynolds with a 69 and Don Massengale, 72. Par 35-36—71 over the tournament site, the Stardust Country Club, had been an easy target earlier, but only nine players were under the figure in Saturday's round. Souchak took bogey fives on the first two holes, missing a four-foot putt on the first and missing the green on the second. But Mike sank 15-foot putts for birdies on the 4th and 5th and got another on the 6th when a drive and a spoon put him within easy range for a birdie four. Cats 90-74 LAFAYETTE, Ind. —iff)— Northwestern's zone defense slowed "Purdue's Terry Dischinger, the Big Ten's leading basketball scorer, but Purdue shot over it Saturday night for a 90-74 victory. The result left Purdue 2-1 and Northwestern 0-3 in the conference. Dischinger failed to get a field goal in the first half but hit nine straight free throws. He finally broke away for four baskets in the second; half and hit three more free throws without a miss for a total of 20 points, 8 under his average. Rich Falk, six-foot North- weste}n sophomore, was high for the game with 26 points. Tim McGinley led Purdue with 25 and Jerry Berkshire added 17. While the Wildcats were concentrating on Dischinger in the first half, McGinley hit 8 of 12 shots and Berkshire 4 of 7 from outside the zone. The Boilermakers carried a 45-39 lead at the half and built it to 21 points at one time in the second half at 71-50. Falk hit II of 20 shots from the field, mostly long ones from the side. Altogether Northwestern hit 30 of Up and Over ISforthweslern—74 FO FT P Wells 1 2 3 Miller 4 2 Bone 6 Cacclatore 3 Falk 11 Wolslaw 1 Keeley 0 aibb .s 1 Rlcs.scn 2 Lopossa 1 4 0 5 4 1 4 4 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Purdue— 90 Berk.ihire Oawkln.!! DIschlnRcr McQlnley Garland McQultty FO FT P 5 7 2 1 1 3 4 12 3 12 1 1 5 1 2 7 0 4 Totol.s Totol.s 30 14 21. Northwestern 39 Purdue 45 34 22 15 35—74 45—90 RaylHits41; Indiana Wins CHICAGO — m —Sharpshooter Jimmy Rayl hit 41 points Saturday as he led Indiana to a 98-89 basketball victory over DePaul. i Rayl, the 6-2, 145-pound junior, was helped with a 25- point total by Tom Bolyard. Bolyard scored 20 of his points in the second half. A crowd of 4,365 saw Rayl hit on a 30-footer to give Indiana a 70-69 advantage with 9:30 remaining. The Demons, now 8-3, held a five-point lead in the first half and led until Gordon Mickey's tip-in gave Indiana a 46-44 halftime advantage. DePaul was without the 68 1 services of sophomore from the field for 44.1 per'Emmett Bryant who was sus- cent. Purdue hit 34 of 62 forjPonded indefinitely from the 54.8. Second-best average jt I team for disciplinary reasons, ever made. Bryant had averaged ' * points a game. ilndlana 14 Boylard Hall Sparks Bass Rayl Mickey Porter Wllhoit Fairfield •SIX IDcraill—8!l FO FT P FO FT P 8 9 4 Thompson 4 2 5 4 2 5 Cook 1 0 5 Debe.s 1 5 I'Rcuter 16 9 4!Meler 1 0 5:Preund 1 2 4 Dorspy 1 2 2 White 1 1 3 Katuzny Jofre Meets Irish Caldwell SAO PAULO, Brazil — m — Ireland's Johnny Caldwell and Brazil's Eder Jofre, the two unbeaten little men who I , _. _ . claim the world bantam -jCoWDOyS bign Pair weight title, will battle for the I T OYHC Plnvorc crown in a 15-round show-i"' ' riuyeri 7 -5 0 4 5 3 4 5 fi 1 0 0 1 0 Totals 34 30 33' Tolul.': Indiana 46 DePaul 44 28 33 28 52 98 45-89 down Thursday night. Jofre, hard-hitting son of a former fighter and Brazil's first holder of even a piece of a world title, is rated a DALLAS, Te.xas — (/?) — The Dallas Cowboys of thg National Football League Saturday signed two members of Texas' Cotton Bowl cham- strong favorite over the classy I P'0"ship team, tackle Don Tal- 23-year-old Irishman. The 25-year-old, trumpet- playing Brazilian, was made the choice on two counts — home grounds and power. Jofre has won 40 of his 43 fights fthe other three were draws), 30 of them by knockouts. He has a current knockout streak of 10. bert and end Bob Moses. OBTAIN SCOUT DALLAS, Texas ~ (m — General manager Jack Steadman of the American Football League Dallas Texans announced Saturday the signing of Don Klosterman as chief scout for the Texans. 12'i 17 13'a 16'/w 6561 124-36 11 19 5661 124-11; 9 21 5383 116-331 Sanders fell far back with Ptsia 76 for 213. The San Diego event — which winds up today—continued to be one of frustration for some of the other prominent professionals. National Open champion: Gene Littler had a 71 and the 1961 winner here, Arnold Palmer, had a 72, both for 213 totals. National PGA champion Jerry Barber's 74 gave him and a tie with, among, many others, Jack Nicklaus.j the 1961 national amateur; ROSEWALL WmS ADKLAIDi:, Australia—(^) —Ken Ro.sewall of Australia defeated Andreas Gimeno of Spam 7-9, 12-10, 6-4 Sat-j urday night in the finals of a professional tennis tournament. Uiik WcbPr, 81 l.oul.s ... Rdv l.ijwri El Paso Ulrk Honvpr, 8t. Loul.v Ed I.ub»u.«kl, DetriJll Don CardT. Bt. U)ul,< I Carmen Salvino. Dallas Rav Uluth. W 22'a 201 i 24 jking now a rookie profes-| isional. Nicklaus had a 74. | Pin., pt., I Sensational Phil Rodgers,; 13109 299-34! ——-—• ^ m.4i :Says John Powell NBA Games Andv RoKoznIca, ClilcaRo 30 Dan Stcffee. 25'a 12882 292-07 28 12865 291-15 28 12704 286-29 31'a 2Bii 12554 282-29 30 12624 282-24 ( liii lnn»ll-<l III Kl . 1-1 P Dclrull —11 lli.i klii.r II 1', I. I . / r f Mm K hlillr 1 (1 ' .1 fl hi - t WlI^ 1 W W 11 » I. 4 2 n H :) .1 'i 0 (1 II 11 11 4 KKHII 5 1 , V 4 III w.'ii (i .;,inr. I ,•<• 4 Mmr liuul ;,' 1 111! I -S. Ill HlHH i Ii.liiU ,14 3(i 21) JO I'l 1 rr I 2 3 •J 1 II 10 •i 0 2 (1 1 n .1 a u 1 1 6 1 JOINS EAGLES , GLENDALE. Ariz. — Kan,sa.s City . 1 Lou C'ampl. I Dumont, N J. I Bob KwlfClen, (/p) Detroit 27 33 Fred Lcnlnx, Palr- 0 —Kent Home, B r i g h a m ui'irVinard * Young University football' HI i.oui.t' 28'i 31 1 standout, signed a contract '"u,^:tro,""""'""'"'^'4. Philadel- .Saturday with pliia Eagles. the SI Paul .li-rrv Malov, ^il Lou in Is Finest- Prospect ROCHESTER, N. Y.—(^l- John (Boog) Powell, home run king of the International League with 32 round-trippers 30'/. 29", 12238 275-i3!for the Rochester Red Wings, is touted by Pittsburgh 'scout Howie Haak as the finest hit- tifig prospect in baseball. Powell finished the regular season with a .320 average. He belongs to the Baltimore Orioles. 251^ 12421 273-46 12331 273-31 12383 273-13 12192 272-07 351J 1238? 273-07 25'a 34'j 11810 261-35 n 'a 42', 1 1845 256-20 3B 34 :il 34 2-' WV 23 31-11^ JrlrB- I I II.1 Ki-; V. I IIIH SI I-1 P >, 1 Pri'll •i 1 4 lUli.i 11 1 •.' 3 Pnu.l 1. 11 2 Fl-1 1 u il Lriul»—107 FO rr p I Bun- 1.1 liiliir 4 Mil I'D •i 1 III M, Ml 7 IH Badgers Ahead of Normal ( hlc«ti>—I I" Georgetown (IK) 84, Seton ^ I'l Hall H:\ 2 \ H.i;«i..y 17 1 OM... :. ' West Virginia 120, George VVi'-.n i I' .'(! 22 30 107 I 'lllladrllililn in ri ( Kochesler 69, Oherlin 44 Washington 68 , Long Island 80, Hrandeis 62 Massachu-selts 91, Vermont 75 Kan.sas Slate 50, Oklahoma State 44 !, 0 0 f) Al I. MPfthei V (1 (• biiilain J lioddi-i h : f'onlir 2 link:, I K 3 Alllr« 0 lyttlP»C •I./ih CM' a^p!.;)n<l ipl, Totnls 29 2a 32 3« 30 38 By Ralph Trower piled a composite 12-10 rec-ihe awaits the fateful day Wisconsin's Badgers, sport- ord including 6-8 in the Big^when semester grades are re-^ ing an astounding (for Wis- Ten. Its last winning Big Ten ^^^1^^^ lonsin) 8 ,3 basketball record, season was in 1952-53. Not , , . u^i already have become the first since 19,54-55 has a Wiscon-: •^^^*^«°"' u n ? : WLsconsm team in 14 years sin team won as many as 10 "^°7' 'f, .^'^^ ^'^^^t' 5 to win their first two Big Ten games in an overall sea.son.'^""''^ "^^''^^^^ ^T \S^ i ,. t . . IS shootine .529 from the fie d ^Conference starts. The 1957-58 Badgers woni' . 7,7 f^^^ .Ug free-throw ^ They now hope to become e„ht of their first 14 starts,! ^^^^^ "^J^^ thM Z . 0 the first Wisconsin cage team then dropped their last eighf!""^' '^"'""^ ^ « 10 2 7 29 15 3 I 2 0 0 0 fl 0 61 33 3t Since 1953-54 to enjoy a win- 33 - 136 ning season overall. Vanderbilt 100. Mississippi « Bimton —in hyrmruK yn rv p H ) 1 Hliil.ihl 4 nidi:ib.-r -lil State 86 Bradley 85, Tulsa 68 Drake 71, North Texas State 66 Cornell 82, Harvard 75 Pitt 58, Westminster (Pa.) 45 Delaware 75, Rutgers 74 Holy Cross 55, Assumption (Mass.) 43 1 I 2 Orre ij MnibruuK Ki-n 1 Nl-UMlMl.n e Holx I '^ 2 8<:iia>r-« 4 Mhnf/ir in succession. The 1947-'48 Badgers, then ^"^'^^^ -^"'^""y Yrr: the defending Big Ten cham- ^^ff" T ' pions. won their f.r.st io^r I'^ '''' }^^\'^\^^i games, only to slump at the ^^^^^ accumulated. In the 4 end to .3 tie. 4 '5 and a third place meantime, there are semesteri- rebounder in addition to his 248-point scoring contribu-j Erickson'Sjtions. 1 Ken Siebel is second in scoring with a 12.1 mark, while Don Hearden has 11.8,' J, ^ iTom Gwyn 9.8, Jack Brens examinations to be hurdled.lgg^ i..on Ostrom 6.6. Tom Wins Came Hard i Jackson Rumors Hughbanks 6.4, and Mike Five nines since then—^ There have been disquiet-O'Me'ia 4.7. Only Gwyn (99) VIRDON SIGNS 1950, 19.''),i, 1<),54, 1955, and ing reports that Ron Jackson.land Brens (66) top Jackson's prni ^BUHGH— i/P)—Out- 1961 — Wisconsin opened sea- top Badger scorer with a 22.6*65 rebounds, fielder B ;ll Virdon of the,sons with a Big Ten win, but average, is skating on thin Gwyn will be recalled by they add a sec-scholastic ice. If so. Erickson Racine basketball fans as a must already have reduced former Messmer High Schooli .j ^in com-,his fingernails to shreds i^s star. I 4 1 J: 2 3 51 26 30 Pittsburgh Pirates signed his contract for the 1962 season, Ithe club saij^ Saturday. never could ond \ictory. In ly.'").! .>1 Ui^ BOB RICHARDS COMING TO RACINE • Two-Time Olympic Pole Vault Champion • Three-Time U.S. Decathlon Winner Appearing in conjunction with the YMCA MEMBERSHIP REGATTA Monday, January 15th • KICKOFF BANQUET 6:30 p m ^MEMORIAL HALL Tickets $5.00 • • This $5.00 can be opplied toward a new full privilege YMCA membership. • SPECIAL APPEARANCE 4:15 p.m. YMCA GYM FREE — ALL BOYS See -Bob Richards work out — heor his Olympic experiences. PUBLIC INVITED

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