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PORT CLINTON WON, 69-68 22 REOISTERSTAR NEWS Rantftisksr, O., W«d., Dec. 21, 1955 Final Buzzer Found Panthers One Short ll.y JOHN MALCOLM R-S-N Sport* Editor Today may be the "shortest" day of the year, but St. Mary's was thinking about the word in terms of their Own following last night's loss to Port Clinton. For the end of their modc.'^l two-game victory siring canio by the shortest of margins, (59-08, in a thrilling and well-played game at t)ie Panthers' .Jefler.son- st gym. The three t|uarlers were hectic and the final one maddening with the lead changing lianrls four times and the Porters simply leading by one at the final buraer and that's what coimts. IT'S DP to St. Mary's now to come back Friday night at Norwalk, for there's no sense in looking back on a game like last night's. They lost to a hot-shooting, rangy and well-drilled club that miglit well be one of the top club'.s in this .section. For the Panthers also turned in a fine performanco: their sense of timing just wasn't right. They started off like, they'd run the Porter.s rigJit out of the gym, but suddenly the ring seemed to reduce in .size for about four minutes in the second period and they never really got their shooting eye .straightened out until the final period. The winners wound up hitting 42 percent, a real cool figure, on 29 goals in 69 attempts. St. ATary'.s't exactly cold, turn- TWO OF 19—Hard-working St. Mary's senior Jimmy Green is •hown driving: for a bucket last night against the Porters. Green finished with 19 points and turned in a great rebounding job against the visitors, —Harley Holfman Photos Men! Free Gift Wrapping your gift- in a Joseph's box. One package or one hundred will be wrapped free of charge at ing in a 37 percentage on 30 of 81. And aside from the hot shoui- ing, it was a sparkling game from ine standpoint of very few bad passes and other mlscues with the action torrid throughout. • * • ST. MARY'S led 18-12 at the first quarter mark, but the visitors, or rath«r John Papcum, rallied for a 32-31 half time margin. The deadly-shooting 6-2 Pap­ cum—who wound up with 30 points for the game — drilled seven two-pointers home and added two fouls in the second session as PC outdistanced the Panthers 18-13. The Porters hiked their advantage one more point follow-j ing the intermission to lead 50-j 48 entering the final eight minutes. Chuck Brady, canning 26 In all, led the home cagers in the fourth period as he dropped through 12 points with some sensational shot-making, but it simply wasn't enough. Contributing mightily to the win was the Porters' rebounding duo of 6-6 Tim Mulligan and 6-3 John Bergman. Mulligan slapped home two rebounds in ihe final period that really hurt. Jimmy Green turned in some great rebounding work along with Bob Gardner and Tom Kaman, and wound up with 19 points. Gardner was next with 10. Marion Upsets Findlay Marion Harding roared Into the favorite's role in the Buckeye Conference last night as they polished off Findlay's defending champion Trojans, 64-63. It was Harding's second straight loop win, with Sandusky High its earlier victim. Findlay is now 1-1. Lorain can tie for the top spot tonight with a victory at home over Sandusky. The fast-breaking visitors swept to a 33-24 halftime lead and were never headed by Carl Bachman's crew. The Prexies hit 56 percent from the field in the first two periods. Harold Jones led the winners with 26 points, while Bob Johnson's 15 led the Trojans. Marion 84 To describe the .see-saw action In the final period would take more space than is allowed but here's how the final minute went; * * I* AFTER BRADY HIT two straight to pull the Panthers up Into a 66-all tie. Charley Meek Carlisle Blbler Messner Sliields Jones Lockwood Findlay (3 G.F.T 10 2 Shafer 5 2 12 Gulker • 3 3 Hilty 8 3 19 Johnson S 10 21 Cramer 0 2 2 G.F.T 4 3 11 < 2 14 2 5 9 3 9 15 6 2 14 got the jump on the defease oft a tip at mid-court and drove in for the lead St. Mary's never got back. Papcum jumped the lead to three points by making the second of a two-shot foul that with- .stood Bob Gardner's two free throws with 31 seconds left. St. Mary'.s got one more chance, a shot going in and then spinning out with the Porters controlling the rebound as time ran out. The Porters also bagged (he reserve decision, winning, 53-38. Capucini with 12 and Reed with 11 led the Panther scoring. RESERVE Pt. Clinton 53 St. Mary's 38 G.F.T G.F.T Tunnell 7 !3 17 MoCaffprty I 2 4 Mackey BSlSVtM-ior n o n Nassamnn 2 0 4 llarkclrod 2 0 4 Streeter 1 0 2 Hoed 5 111 Ice 2 0 4 Capucini 4i4 12 Beaver 2 5!) Myers 1 0 2 CoLston 1 0 2 Schecl 0 I I Macek 2 0 4 Score by quartets: Port Clinton 16 17 Ifi 4 —53 St. Mary's 12 « 8 10—38 VARSITY Port Clinton 69 St. Mary's 68 ! G.F.T Mulligan 6 3 15 Brady Hall 4 0 8 Kaman nerRinan 2 15 Gardner iPapcum 12 6 30 Keech Meek 5 1 11 Green Carter 0 0 0 Schlelt : Ice 0 0 0 Kraus Cross Scorp by <iuarters: Port Clinton 12 20 18 St. Marys 18 13 17 .F.T : 26 0 4 2 lU 0 4 3 19 1 5 0 0 0 0 —B!) I— 68 Boosters Bow To Holiday Season Bowing to the busy holiday .season, the Blue Streak Boosters won't meet again until .sometime In January, club president Geno Balcont announced this morning. Blue Streaks Play Tonight In Steel City Sandusky High school's Blue Streaks place their cage fortunes on the line at [-.orain tonight in a Buckeye Conference match with the unbeaten Steelers. Vietnrlou.s in their last start— 63-36 in overtime over 'Norvvalk here Saturday night—the locals will be definite underdogs in the game but primed for an upset. I^orain will present an attack that has clicked for an average of 76.5 per contest while polishing off, Hrookside, Fremont Ross and Canton Lehman. Matching that is SHS's mark ofl 49.5 per contest, although their output has picked up with each start after their 35-point showing against Fostoria to the 63 with an extra three minutes Saturday. Milan Tunes Up With 73-70 Cage Victory Milan's Indians tuned up for their important Huron- Erie League battle Friday night with Monroeville by handing visiting Montgomery a 73-70 setback last night. Some prolific scoring spiced) the play at different times, with Milan's Bob Lewis potting 15 points in the second quarter and the visitors' John Brubaker ndlching 22 points in the final two periods. Lewis wound up with 25 points to pace Joe Steele's club in scoring with Andy Laine following with 20. Nicholson turned in his best performance of the year and Shamrocks Win Over Sf. Paul's chipped in with 16. Brubaker finished with 24. Milan and Monroeville are currently deadlocked for top honors In the seven-team H-E loop with perfect records. Montgomery 70 MlUn 73 O.F.T G.F .T Aiilt n S 9 MchoLion 0 3 15 Sams 5 3 13 LaVlne 8 4 20 McOinnis 5 3 13 Kuhl 3 0 4 Brubaker 10 4 24 Lewis 10S25 Backrader 5 5 15 Westcott 0 1 I Cohalian 4*8 Score by quarters: Montgomery 14 10 25 21—70 Mlain 18 21 14 22—73 Reserve: Montgomery, 50-37. Greenwich built up a 50-31 halftime margin and coasted home over the St, Paul Flyers at! ^forwalk Tuesday night, 75-64. The winning Shamrocks had live players in twin figures, led by Magill's 20. Dick Simon netted !7 for (he Flyer.s. Grcenwichl75 St. Pauls 64 <'..F.T 5 4 14 Simon 9 2 20 Tien 1 3 5 Brown 3 5 11 .I.Ebert 7 0 14 Roth 4 3 11 Myers P.Ebert Preston nrown MaBlII Keysof EldridRC Kobson Wcigle G .F.T 7 3 17 2 3 7 2 4 R 6 0 12 1 0 2 12 4 ] 1 3 4 3 11 TWO FOR TOM—St. Mary's sophomore forward Tom Kaman is shown dumping in a two- pointer In first quarter of action last night between the Panthers and Port Clinton. Boyd Battles Scortichini ST. LOUIS, MO.. Dec. 21 (UP) —Bobby Boyd of Chicago and Italo Scortichini of Milan, Italy, will tangle here tonight in a nationally televised 10-round middleweight fight with an International flavor. Boyd, ranked ninth among the 160-pounders, will be seeking his sixth straight win and Scortichini, just back from a successful tour of Australia and the Philippines, would like nothing better than a TV triumph. The Italian, a swarmer wlio bores in from bell to bell, earned the nickname of "the lUtle bull" by his tactics. Zuppke Improved After 2 Strokes CHAMPAIGN, ILL., Dec. 21 (INS) — Robert C. Zuppke, 76, football coach emeritus of the University of Illinois, was reported much improved today after suffering two strokes. His personal physician, Dr. Jack Hull, said Zuppke, known as the flying Dutchman, appeared to be out of serious danger at Cole hospital in Champaign. The*famed coach had suffered the strokes at his apartment where he has been living since 1941 when he retired after coaching Illinois teams for 29 years. Columbian Too Much For Ross Surprising Tiffin Columbian handed Fremont Ross its fourth straight loss after an opening I win Tuesday night, 88-56. It was fourth win in five tries for the Tornadoes, who jumped into a 21-7 lead at the first period mark and never let up. John Stoner paced the rout with 24 points, while Gail Brauchla's 18 led the Fremonters. Fremont Ross 56 Columbian 88 G.F.T G.F.T Brauchia 6 6 18 Assenhmer 2 3 7 Schneider 4 1 9 Stoner 7 10 21 Middleton 3 3 9 Work 7 4 18 Beekcr 2 4 8 Williamson 2 5!) Walters 12 4 Blunie .15 11 Price 0 1 1 I.avo 1 2 4 Lee 10 2 Kiley 1 0 2 Sherman 2 15 Stauffer 3 7 13 Newcombe In Fold For 1956 Season NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (INSJ — Big Don Newcombe, who threat- ended to become a holdout for , $30,000, has signed his 1956 con- i tract with the Brooklyn Dodgers i for a reported $25,000. j The 6-foot-4, 28-year-old right-! hander, who won 20 and 5 for ! the world champions last .season, i settled Tuesday for an increase' of about $7,500. I mm mmmm A GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM JUMP'S IS AN IDEAL GIFT FOR A HARD TO PLEASE Time Is Something We Can't Stop. But We Can Stop Your Worrying About That Gift for Someone Special VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS KENRIDGE SLACKS ALPAGORA SHIELD'S JEWELRY LEE HATS COOPER'S UNDERWEAR * REMEMBER * JUMP'S HEADQUARTERS FOR SUBURBAN COATS wtTN 5mt MA MlM MENS WEAR W.MARKiT ST. 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