The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 23
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 23

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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Norwalk Gefs Back On Beam In Clyde Win NoiAvaJk High's Truckers rp.turned lo winning form Tuesday night at Clyde by bagging a 60 -43 decision from the Fliers. The win followod tip a two- point loss lo Bellevue Friday night and a reversal in overtime lo Sandusky High Saturday. Norwalk, paced by Dick Hea.*ton's 24-point performance, led 34 -'.r2 »t halfUmr and closed casWy with a Ifi-fi final upread Rill Dcnccr hart llu' Kiicis. ppiiort 16 (or Vrnsiim I 0 1 :J4 Ashlon nfuvh .1 4 in Hunt llo«rr« (12 1 l>mier MtddaiiRh ,1 > n Or «.v »i hatcrle « 0 i:i Noss Mill(>r I 0 2 .Icnnlnxs Alllxhcll I 0 i Weller I.yiich Score b.v quarlers; .v<>r«»lk . IK 18 in IK—KO cl.^ fir . .. re 10 l .1> flps^rvr: Clvrtr, .11 -JS. «;.r. I I 0 •>. n t i « 4 Ifi I :i .) I s J I (I •: n :i :i I i i Basketball Scores HIGH SCHOOL jPort Clinton fin. St. Mflrvs fiS .Vorwnlk fio, Clyde 4.1 Mllftn 73, MontROiuer.v 7(i ,Marlon Hardlne 114, FindU.v fi;i lOreenwich 7.'). Nnrwalk St Paul fi4 Buc,viu.<! 7,3. Willnid fifi I Tiffin Coliini. fid. Frcinont Ross "»« Towngenri 77. Lakcsirle .'iB .Tackson-Lll)crt,\- fili, C}t>)S()iil)vii'g .•)4 Pcmbpivllle fi", Kltnoir ."if) Ensl Liverpool ni. lansl'irld «() I Gallon 04, Cre.stlinp .i.>t I Ashland 8n, Ma.<i!?illon M Clevel'd Benedictine .'ifi. St Kdw, 52 Rocky River 76, Berca 4'i Clevelad Shaw 52. Mentor 3fi Elyrla Cafh. 101. Cleve. Louides 34 Mt. Vernon BO. We.stervtlle 6,3 Troy fl.tJ, l;rl>ana 4fi Coliiiiihiis Linden .'>•"'. Lancaster 47 Cold\v,Ttci- 4o, Delpliori .St .Inhii 42 Bellaiie 81 Moiind.svillf iWVai fi3 COLLEGE K .\sr «t. .Id.sciih s 'Pa.I a:i, .MIiiiRliI Rl Tcniplr 9:1, PoTiiisyivnniii 12 Kordhfim fl4. Ftntgers ."i4 West Virginia 89, Ricliniond 7 4 Duke !>2. Pittsburgn .i4 SOUTH (-'airoiiscl Toiiinanicnt Somi -r 'lMal Clemson nn. Tenncs.sec 8H Consolation iloiind f'lniida F'l. HO, BosJon Unn .'tU Mi.sais.sipiii Si. R!l, Davidson !\2 Krnliicky lnvit.itioniil Dayton Threat To Top-Ranked SF Dons Club QUANTICO. VA,, Dec, 21 (LP': —Akron's iinboaleii Zippers stretched their victory string to six Tuesday night with A 67-34 triumph over [ona College in the Marine Corps School's Christmas Tournament, Browns Work On Despift Weather CLEVELANH, Dec, 21 ftNS'— Cold winlvy weather failed today to hall the deteilding world champion Cleveland Browns from staging a full-scale workout aimed at polishing up the offense for the title lualch against the Lo.s .'Vngclcs Rams. The Browns, u lu (ok Mrl.aiithMn 'Hanks Rohlnsnn are Runnin.ttiHujhes lor their second straiglU Na Cousy's Play Puts Boston In Second Okla. City I'niv 7R. Aiibuiii sptiii -l inal Hayton 77. l.'lah 7:i <pnUK.|{.\ Minnc.«nli( fi.5 Piiaiitii'o 'I 111! rn»nirnt .M<roii I'niv . HI. loiin N V .''4 \It .SI Mtir.v .s Md 78. Wnliash 7.1 Ball St ifnd.i Georgia 'I'chi-.s. (:7 Quantico Marines 10!). Lcino.v ne 80 By i;NrrKD PRESS ,Iack.»on ColI. 7.-), Kentucky St 72 _,, u , ,. ,,• . ,, , ,,„,., Alorehead St. 102, Marslinll Hfl The Bo.slon LclUcs, ulio Mai I- 7, Hradlcv f,., pd oiil Ihe season in rock.v iasn- UKST ion moved into second place in Oregon BS , iXonhwcsieni si the Easlei'n Uiyi.ion ot the Na-;^, ^ ,^ R^.Z ';" u^M,i„«,on 77 lional Basketball A.-,bll. today on Francisco 75, V.ichita (i.-. the wing ol a tine pertorinance iiiniv. Dot, itin. Baidwin-Uaiiace s:-> by Bob Purdue fi7, Butler r.U Cou.'iy, averaging ai)oiil seven, S(> L 'THU I ':SI° points less per game Ihaii in pre-.okiahonia A.^M 67. Okiahouia HH Vious sca.son.s this yeai, .snllk fatnlinr 7n. i\cw Mexico 5!i live of six shot Jrom the lieldi'^""'" '"L^HUl in Ihe opening period and tallied ; Q • at) important ba.skel in the final iKOmS rOCG LOSS \JX .>ianza Tuesday night to give t''« • ^ Celtics a 111-104 victory over the .UttenSI VG WGntGr Minneapolis leakers, i The victory enabled the Celtics 1,(JS A.XC.MLliS. Occ. 21 <Ll'< lo lake over second place when — the l-os .^ngcle^ Uain,>- weie ihe Syracuse Nationals downed'hit by the sick list again Tiics- the New York Knickerbockers,jday a.s tlie.v prepaicd lor Iheir 38-.91, with the aid of 29 points National Kootball League chain- by Johnny Kerr. Ipioii.ship till with the Cleveland Cousy and Jack Mchols scored > Browns Mfmrt^y: 22 points each for the Celtics | Leon McLaughlin wfis stricken white Vern Mikkelsen and Clyde |w'ith mumps and may not be able Lovelelle allied 22 and 20 re- to play against the Browns. The spertively for the Lakers, who announcement follows an earlier dropped their 444h game in 2.'5 jinnounceinctU llial liillback Paul slarts, ~" 'I'oiingpr was lost lor the game _ _ bec.'tu.^p of a hairline fracture ol Advice Not Taken «« By JOHN GRIFFIN San Francisco's vect)rd-boiind Dons gained a tie today for the jfiflh winning streak in jcollege basketball history as (hey posted their 32nd straight win but suddenly found them.^elves: jfacing a new challenger for the .national crown in Dayton's high' Flyers. I The Dons, sweeping along on their national lour notched win No. 32 Tuesday night with a sec ond-half splurge that beat Wichita. 7,1-65, But Dayton, ranked fourth na- lionalb. was far more iinprcs- '•ivp in scoring a 77-7H victory over second-ranked Utah at Lexington. Ky., in Ihe opening round of the Lni\ersity of Kentucky in- i'.ilational Tournament. The jFlyer.s ciualified lo meet host^ jKenluckv. a 72-1).^ winner ovpr;_ . ^ . . .Minnesota, in tonight's finals. COSSaCly OraereCI Brigg7Miode"Bi9 To Bed With Cold Offer For Tiqers ! FRA.NCISCO. DCC 21 vii^i I VI l,i^S'-Ohio State coach Woody DKIROIT. D PC. 21 'INS' — liaves has ordered .Ml-.Vmerican Walter O, iSpikei Briggs said to- halfback Howard 'Hopalonp' Cas- da.v an.\ move on Ihe part of the, ^afl.^ t<i spend the ne.xt couple Delioil Baf^eball Co. lo sell thc'if ^^^^ ''^f'- Ticcis would not come before Ca.^sadv, who figures to hp a 195(5 in the '.^Ist annual Ea.»l-West The Tiger presirlent admitted: botent weapon of Ihe Ea,st .squad receiving a letter—but not an of-Shrine football game in San fer-from a six-man svndicale hV^^'•''>"'"''' "''"^'^^ New York iWest Coa.^l Monday night with a cold. REGISTER-STAR-NEWS 23 .Sandusky, n.. Wi-rt. npr. ?I, Willard Drops Third, 73-66 W illard dropped its third game in fi\e outings Tuesday mght at 'Bucyrus, 73-66. in a non-league game The Railroaders led 14-12 at the tirst quarter mark, but trailed 34-30 at halftimc and fell hp hind 51-40 entering the final period that was too much to overcome, Willard «« n «ryrus n (j .r .T 4 14 Orav 7 n I» Hrivitf 1 :! .i \\ plthnian • Ifi winters H 4 IR tltittiTinan ft 1 1 Hnoni 4 'nwlpv fi.K.T "»7 :.') 1 (I 1 I) S 7 I I 1 i< Iti I 1 I) 1 t 0 : : tional League crowti, have been hampered by bad weather while preparing for ne.xt .Mondays battle at the coliseuiu. Rfservf: Biicyrii .s, ,'Va -4S. Gonzales Scores 4th Net Victory OAKLAND, CAL. Dec. 21 (IN.Si — National pro tciuus champion Pancho Cuiii/.alc.> ,-cored his fourth victory over toriner amateur king Tonv liii- herl Tuesdav night beforr H crowd of 2.500 fans at Onklaiui •Vuditorium. In a preliminar>' "pio ' •rl. Ecuador's "Little Pancho " Scgiiia beat .\ustralias R P.\ Martwie for llir sixth straight time. 'I'he scoir was 8-3. Miami Names Pont Losf Night's Fights To Football Post OXFORD, O., Dec. 21 (UP) — .Miami L'niversity announced lo- da.v thai John Pont, 28, will succeed Ala Par,seghian as head football cuach ol the Redskins, champions of the lough little Mid-America Conference. f^ont turned 28 in November, so is three montlis oldoj- than Par.scgian was when named five •yFars ago. Pont, fieshman coach for three vcars at Miami, was nominated, by Athletic Director John Brickels and appointed by Dr. ,lohn D. Millelt. The appointment i.N uhject lo rouiine approval univpisity trustees at their iie-xt meeting Jan. 28. MIAMI BKACH, F1,A.- Al Andrews, IfiH, .Superior, Wi.'.. oiitpoint- iCd Luther Rawling.s, I ,T2I., Chicago HO). HOLYOKE, M.\.SS,—Charley ,ln- .•^eph, loil'j. New Orlpan,*, outpoint­ ed Samniv Walker, l,'57'<, Sprin- (ield. Mass, i lln. All In The Family WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 21 I LP)—,jof Hayiies, former Amc- icaii League pitcher and a brolh- cr-in-iaw of club President Lai viii Criffith. has been elected .t V i'e-pre.>-idcnt and a niem'jcr ui the board directors of the Washington Sjc'.iaiors baseball clu:; ih.ynes <!'aried for the Seiatocs ;, ul Chi"Hgo White S>.x during Ihe l!)40'.- MILWAUKEE, Dec. 21 (LP) Marquette basketball Coach Jack Nagle should have taken the ad-; vice of his scouting report on (he San Franci.sco Dons. "After'i seeing this team my advice to; you is simple: Cancel the game."; Marquette lost to the lop ranked Dons. 6.5-.58. ' Harry Byrd Signs Twin 'Hat Tricks* CHICAGO. Dor. 21 K Pi — By liiternalional News Service Pitcher Harry Byrd. obtained Bernard iBoom Boom) Geof- from the Baltimore Orioles last frion and Maurice iThe Rocieti season, has signed his 19,56 con-i Richard each pulled the hat trick trad with the Chicago White Tuesday night as they led the So.v. B.\ rri had a 7-8 won-loslMontreal Canadiens to a 7-1 rout record in ISJ.i.'i, of Chicago. OUTDOOR or INDOOR WINDOW WREATHS Xmas Tree Lights Series Burning J J C-VA "1 Multiple Burning C-SV2 i Qc Outdoor 1 Q MulripU Burning Outdoor Decorations 30" Santo Clous sg.98 OUTDOOR or INDOOR WINDOW WREATHS Xmas Tree Lights Series Burning J J C-VA "1 Multiple Burning C-SV2 i Qc Outdoor 1 Q MulripU Burning DOOR LINGERS Push Button "Snow Flakes R«d QQ^ Blu« ^ ^ Xmas Tree Lights Series Burning J J C-VA "1 Multiple Burning C-SV2 i Qc Outdoor 1 Q MulripU Burning DOOR LINGERS Push Button "Snow Flakes R«d QQ^ Blu« ^ ^ Tree Light Sets 7 LITE MULTIPLE $2.65 ^ DOOR LINGERS Table Centerpieces 75' Tree Light Sets 7 LITE MULTIPLE $2.65 ^ STAR DUST FLAME PROOF COTTON Table Centerpieces 75' Outdoor Sets 20 LITE MULTIPLE $10.19 STAR DUST FLAME PROOF COTTON TRIM-A-TREE KIT • 16x64" Star Dust Cotton, flame proof • ^0 3-D Snow Flak« • 3—9-in. 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