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Terre Haute, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 16, 1952
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12 The Terre Haute Tribune Tuesday, December 16, 1952. WEDNESDAY Wiley Invades Garfield Court Eagles and Streaks Promise £lose Scrap —Tech To Play State. By BOB NESBIT, Tribune Sports Editor. The basketeers of Wiley and Garfield will pry off the lid Wednesday night in the annual city championship series. Game time of the annual duel, set on the Eagles’ court, iS‘T30 o’clock. Tech’s Black Cats and the Young Sycamores of State High will follow up with the second game Thursday night. Tech is the host. Although Wiley has a slight edge in veteran material, the Red Streaks and Purple Eagles appear well matched in their initial test of hardwood strength. Wiley Has Veteran Five. Four of the Red Streaks’ five starters — Don Hamilton, Dick Kirkpatrick, Jim Russell and Mark Watson—were regulars last year. And two Streaks who did not quit playing football until Nov. 27, John Bloxsome and Ron (Speed) Johnson, also were starters during much of last year’s campaign. Bob W ertz, who teamed with Watson as starting guards in the losing duel with Bloomington last Friday night, and Oweneel are rated the most promising newcomers, although Coach Curly Halt is working hard to give Dean Miller, a six foot four inch husky from Wilson Junior High, a lot of experience. Dean played in the reserve game Friday and also dressed for the varsity fray. Coach Willard Kehrt of Garfield was hard hit by graduation when George Miller, his skilled play- maker, and two forward sharpshooters, “Dunk” Pugh and Roy Kalen, departed. Kehrt has a bunch of promising newcomers, but this may not be the year. His squad BOB Sycamores Will Tackle Eastern Charleston Teachers ® V SP C Pile Up Heavy Totals & In Early Season Tilts. Indiana State and Eastern ---------Illinois State of Charleston PRO bable starting lineups . resume ’ athletic warfare on I ndiana state . eastern ill the hardWOOd tOnight after a J»«" Crockom . r Martin Chfl®vlch IIIC IltUUWV/wu iv & BasJJ sfreddo r Norman Father* lapse Of tWO years. Sara Richardson C Ed Taylor Eastern, in many ways State’s No. 1 rival in basketball, has boasted some great crews in recent years. While the Paris whiz kids, Glover and Wilson, and such stars as Dick /«thi G Boh Lee Roger Adkins G Roger Dettro Tim*: 8:<M) p.m., tonight. Place: Indiana State Gym. Officials: Jerry Steiner and Jewell Y*nng, both of Indianapolis. Broadcast: WBOW-FM and WTHI-FM Powerful Eastern Illinois, aver- game and er ana wimra, »u averaging 88 points a Jim Johnson of Brazil and owner of a regular season win Katsimpalis,- have pass e on, R. streak 0f 25 contests, will Coach BUI Mealy came up a^ „„defeated Indiana other red-hot scoring machine last S(a(e (onjght m ,he ,ndjana S(a,e year* gym. The Sycamores will be look- The Panthers of Charleston could in* for„,hKelr,hflf,h s,r^f V'tt'Th. be the tougest outfit Indiana State " be '(IJC second test for e wiU encounter all season. Tjh“=.*. ’Only last Tuesday the Statesmen The big interest of high school collided with DePauw, which was fans here is the initial test of tallying 86 counters a start, and strength in the city series. w'on out 61-58. Both Garfield anfl Wiley have The Eastern Panthers, piling up not played much. So it is natural a 24-2 record last year, have made for them to jneet in the first round, no alternation in their high scor- Tech and State High have had ing offense this season. The Illinois about the same amount of experi- j five has shellacked Illinois Col- ence and they, too, will do battle, lege, 88 - 45 ; Central Michigan, 86 °’ and Michigan Normal, 92-56. G“ E t.nSL , m S Eastern is facing its first season as the Wabash Valley c harnp * Jh scrvlcps stepped uP.^eral „otches yeS er- h| h yscor, Tom Katsimpalis dav when Oscar Session was ruled ° ,, J* TJ S. eligible by the state association. and top defensive man Jim John- The veteran center was in action son Brazl1- Botb were los y against Otter Creek last night. Rams-Lions In IjeffeVSOIlVille Playoff Tilt HasContender JOEY MAXIM. ARCHIE MOORE. FOR SEVERAL YEARS Archie Moore, of St. Loui s, has been seeking a shot at the light heavyweight title—to no avail. He finally gets it, next Wednesday, in St. Louis when he meets the champ, Joey Maxim, in a bout that will be televised nationally. (International) VIC JANOWICZ ANXIOUS Maxim Hopes To TO PLAY WITH PIRATES Outpoint Moore DETROIT, Dec. 16. —GB—‘“You -----------can throw out the window all that ^__.|, stuff about us beating the Rams DoWflState Rea UBVIIS i-SLitS- Tha‘ d0eSn ‘ mean Setting Red Hot Pace What coach Buddy Parker of the —Frankfort In Meet. Detroit Lions means is: The Lions and the defending, champion Los Angeles Rams of Ry ¡jaje Burgess. National Football League will be ' Ca Prankf0rt High near even cho.ees for their post- new basketbaU coach, season divisional playoff game here |jke a missionary wbo Sunday, despite 1714 and 2416 mvlIed , tnbc of cannibals to victories the Lions scored over the djnner Rams earlier. Jeffersonville, invited to Franku 5 ams P a . P‘ •m fort’s holiday tourney along with CST before a national television South Rend Central and Hammond audience and a possible sellout ^ been eating up everybody in crowd of 56.000 fans to settle the ejght National Conference championship when jeffs Red Devils chomped If the score is tied when the game down Seymour last Saturday night, ends, they’ll play till one team 73.59 the plumper parties in Indi­ scores in a sudden death overtime ana prep basketball began squawk- period. ing like a department store Santa The winner will go on to the Claus—but not from measured N.F.L. championship game against merriment. the Cleveland Browns, champions Jeffersonville’s holdover letter- of the American Conference, in man include a pair of 6-5 perform- Cleveland, Dec. 28. ers, Hebbie Gibbs and Jack Bedan, and they have plenty of help, especially 6-2 Pete Obrcmskey. Jeff should go into the Frankfort tourney next week with a 7-0 record. It’s opponent this Friday night __________________________________j is Corydon, a four-time loser. MILWAUKEE, Dec. 16.-1*-! Good matches are saim? this Have the Green Bay Packers come *ee* 'Iun,cie up with another Don Hutson? A ... night at Anderson, which has been curly-haired rookie from Rice InJti- 1 ^ ,hi. to Packers Hail Howton As New Don Hutson tute. Bill Howton, is off to a run- stopped twice this season. Richmond, one-point loser graduation last year. Eastern Had Great Club. , tl . But Veteran Challenger . , _w. ... , COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 16.—— ing the target of big tacklers m pro Don Brimberry s Ohio Oil five jn gre era highlighted by the Vic Janowicz, who may be one of;football. He said, however, that he |g 0 Jq 5 rQVOrite m shot three consecutive 1,000 games Katsimpalis reign. Coach William the last high-priced bonus players has recovered completely from ?.* • ifnj u the other night an fjeajey has compiled an amazing | in the major leagues, said today finished with a sizzling j 125 victories and 32 defeats in his he “can hardly wait for the season six years at the helm. It aver- to begin.” If Bro. Duncanson is teHing us right, this is high for the y ear in ages out to be a record of almost our town. Regardless, “Brim” and his mates really spilled a wood. lot of 21*5 eac^ year‘ Pantbers have not been beaten at home since Indiana State and Janowicz, who rose to All-Amer- football injuries which kept him on Wednesday's Title Bout, the sidelines much of his senior year. Janowicz, released a few days ning start as a possible successor I Munde Central last week> has a to the man who helped make pass-;Tuesd night game with Royer. ing what it is today in the pro ton Delaware county rural school, ranks. and a Friday night date with Bed- The young Texan—who was 22 ford a four-time loser. Bedford has last July—smashed one Hutson rec- a rough week> meeting Hunting- ord this fall in his first season in bur 8 - 0 , Tuesday night, the National Football League as the Evansville Central 5-0 has en- Packers compiled a 6-6 record for gagements Tuesday night with their best year since 1947. Evansville Bosse 1-4 and Friday Playing at right end, Howton’s , with Winslow 3-5. pass catching netted the Packers 1.231 yards, 20 more than the old _ _______ ST. LOUIS, Dec. 16 — *-Light Alabama ace’s mark set 10 year* ica honors as a halfback at Ohioiago from about 11 months of haul- heavyweight champion Joev ago, and 10 touchdowns. Hutson, in State, said he is giving up football ing rations as a quartermaster prediction on 1942- >cored 17 ,ouchdo'vns-. All-American to play baseball with Pittsburgh corps corporal with the former * - Howton caught 53 passes in com-• inHiana’c Hnndpr« 1n«t <n Notre Duane Klueh Pu,led th* trick by a ‘‘because I like baseball better.” Ohio National Guard Division, said the outcome of his Wednesday piling hjs yardage total, ihe • - narnp thp seconds Md 52 43 ^ount in the 1948 48 season Tanned and hardy from almost he doesn,t have any p,ans fof spe' ni^ht title defense a§ainst favored league’s best for the year, includes four seniors, 10 juniors, 10 w "he same ba,i iuck as Kan-iThey now have 46 straight home a year of soldering in Louisiana, cial conditioning to get ready for Archie Moore: “I’m going to win.” MOORE-LANGEN Printing and Publishing Co. Since 1874 140 N. 6th St. C-6037, C-6038 sophomores and 13 frosh. «as* p ninncrf them In the final victories. Janow icz admitted he might stay Gary Giffel, w-ho was coming seconds Branch McCracken When Healey took over as a healthier on the diamond than be- fast at the end of the season last attending S mentor of the Panther cagers in ____ more regularly. 11946,* he started teaching his bovs: the finer points of the fast break- fT/grjr* \^TUSi\SS Now* they’re putting out booklets screen system and a switching ^ 1 year, and Don Scott at center, are the only holdover regulars, although Gary Jones, Bill Chezem and Cy Sutton played a lot of basketball for the Eagles when they von the Sectional and Regional titles. Jim Waugh Hits Stride. Garfield’s starting combination lists Jones at one forward, Scott at center, and Giffel and hustling The swarthy champion is in a about these bowl games. man-to-man defense. This same A new copy just received from style is still working for the Pan- the Cotton Bowl, which will send ther coach as his losses decrease Tennessee against Texas, includes yearly, everything but phone numbers of spring training with the Pirates in Cuba beginning March 1. better frame of mind for Moore, $ ______________________- his most dangerous title opponent ♦o date, than he was for Irish Bob Murphy and Sugar Ray Robinson. 7S5 He’s cheerful and confident, and esoecially happy about his big pay ^ iky for the 15-rounder. ¡5» _______ ____________________ The champ has been guaranteed R& Rnsalinde Mever and John Zea- about $100,000 for his third title @ Glenn’s Pirates, with Oscar Ses-i Rosalinde Meyer anai jonn 9 the starting lineup, bart won top honprs in the ™ Sj «.j know all about Moore,” said “He’s pretty rough. He’s jjL fischerà Otter Creek Meyer And Zeabart Win Bowling Tide The three returning veterans the players’ girl friends. from jast year’s five, all seniors, slon back in — — ......° * . n..ppn doubles bowl- r™»« From Cleveland—Those in on the aro ,?i0rn[11an Patbpr^’ one oi tbe l0Uted Otter Greelc by a scpre p jn tournament at Vigo Bowl on got’ a terrific* sneak right hand D? know report that Ellis Ryan, small college field goal percent- 56 to 31 last night in a game played that you haye tQ watch out for ni ^ Bob Holler at the guards. The vet- _rexy Indians, hasn’t a age leaders last season; Bob Lee, ja^ Garfield gym. Their winning total of 1,289 was be watching.” eran Bill Chezem, Junior Gene chancc jB the worW tQ stay as ranked fourth m the nation at the session was reinstated by the d week earlier Miss Meyer Maxim ,s ronfident Wilson and Sophomore Jim Waugh president free throw line on the same level, i H.S.A.A. yesterday after being h ^ second place with Nate •laxim are listed at the other forward. r free throw line on the same tevel, j h.S.A.A. yesterday after being . shared second place with ixaie .. . • ... 1 ^ and Roger De.tro, ace Panther a good112* count. a„rwrh»Ck0“o kegcp^¿Se ye^ ^ After several hearings, the state A tie developed lor third place o]d Negro off balance Even if he a court-ap- between . happens to get clipped, the 30-year-^J Notre Dame played a very playmaker. rugged schedule during the past With the team averaging 82 grid season. points a game last year, Katsim body has accepted a cuurt-ai#- "... . wn«nn-Bud Kistlcr ‘T-T*'«**' But take a look at next year’s palis averaged, 19; Dettro and Pat- Proved birth record of Oct. 2, 1933,ip . g Maxim thinks he c chart, which really is nfugh- Lrg. 16 each; Lee, 14; and John- Sn the veteran center. . . ® Waugh clicked for 18 points in the losing outing against Crawfordsville last Friday and the six feet four inch husky from Rankin Jun- uut tanc a twin u. nv... ^v«.. — puuu a.w.a^vu, v.%%.v. »«u . piuvm ... ,vw.^ «. — — —, -----, . l with i ?ix ,. , , , « ior High may be ready to roll. chart, which really is rough— berg, 16 each; Lee, 14; and John- on the veteran center. C1 ’ , Towel) with a 617 j *uav-im "knocked ^ Both Sutton and Jim Ellsberry Oklahoma, in the opening game;!Son, 10. This combination beat The young Otter Creek five was Tomm ^ p,Tnnlv^ one Curik SheDoard ^ still are slowed with football then Purdue, Pittsburgh, Georgia;state twice during the season, 78- do match for the Pirates .nd!and Je^ Jenscn with ra won out on^ on^by Curtis Sheppard ^ wounds Tech, Navy, Penn, North Carolina. G5 and 72 60 trailed by margins of 12 2, 26 7 and the S. and R. Surplus store awards ,n 1943-in 100 fights. gj In addition to Waugh, other rea- Iowa, Southern California and while holding their first four op- 3919 in the first three periods. jf°r shooting the *^1 8 The a°n ^ 5 favord'e to win % sons why Garfield is looking ahead Southern Methodist. ponents an average of 55 mark- Bill Tanner hit for 19 points and individual totals. Scores of the Moore an 8 to 5 favorite o win. with smiles are such Udl*»W h (0 ers a contest the Sycamores final- Session scored iS as the Pira es eaters. ^ t , ch‘ance a, the 175 pound title after rfe liam Rankin, a six-foot seven-inch Mirhifran qtafp next season ^ succeeded m opening their romped to their eign n Rosalind* M*>*r-Nate Hayes I heine nassed over for nearly a ^ freshman; Jim Wittig, a six-foot, shooting eye in the Oakland City I nine starts. McDaniel, and Jones C(rt cin.i-D.ek Glif«. ^«(bemg passed over__.or nearly ^ CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Genuine Saran Plastic COVERS s1495 Durable Fiber $975 fresnman; Jim miug, ■ wmwi , ^ haye added tw0 roughies in shooting eye in the uaKiand uty ^ ” score Jo.n whkn-iud Kuti*r wg deCade. declares: “I know I can ^ soph, ant? Jerry |adj*J®'a Te'h *"d ^ S' thW in tVTJol more ^an^once from the fieW. J *** | ---------------- _ mmcl Summary. rv,mthv Fnratt*-Jark Euratte .... 1.231 _ rt _ c T .„¡11 K« CA Continued On Page 13 , Column 6 . The recent trade of Johnny Groth quest. With and Virgil Trucks to the Browns Murray still ailing from Summary: veteran forward Cliff _ cienn *5©» — , - Tanner, f a bad Clayton, f » onlv p Jeffers, f T'ldred. the Detroit front office. front line again. The Ventura, Calif., lad is hitting the nets at a The fine U. of Wisconsin band 12-point a game clip. Roger Adnot only will play for Ivy William- kjns ]eads the Sycamores with 15 son’s Badgers in the Rose | counters a game, but also will perform at the East- Indiana State will open its In- West classic in Frisco on Dec. 27 . djana collegiate Conference sched- r* j a naA fm- ule Thursday night with an en- the'Big1 Ten football championship «agement against Valparaiso Uni this year, also share the all-time conference leadership in basketball crowns. Each university has won six undisputed titles and shared in seven others. versity. Valpo will be completing a four-game road trip, which covers over 2.000 miles. Totals Otter Cr Nuttall. f Harvey, f Smith, f Kleiser. c Jones. Fuller Wessol. McDanie Totals Officials F G FT PF 8 3 3 1 2 3 0 1 2 .... 7 4 4 ... 1 2 0 3 O 2 ..... 1 O 1 __ 1 0 1 * ... 22 12 16 131»— F G FT P F 1 0 4 __ O O 1 .... f» 1 1 ... .. 0 1 4 ... 3 1 2 ..... 1 2 1 ...... 1 3 1 ... 4 3 2 —- .—. «— 10 11 16 Bonnie Kelley-Carl Schmidt Dorothy Euratte-Jack Euratte Esther Haye«-Nate Hayes Pearl Isbell-Herman Meyer Charles No Flash In Boston Victory knock him out.” I* The 9 p. m. C.S.T. bout will be i 22« broadcast and telecast except for St. Louis and a 100-mile area around the city. 'jJ FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press. HILTON WINS NUMERAL. § fg _____ MERCERSBURG, Pa.. Dec; 16- ^ TTT7 ^ 7a 77777 Robert C. Hilton, son of Mr. and B O S T ON, Dec. 16. *- . MrJ R c Hilton 1308 South sixth ^ avyweight boxing king Ezzard Terre Haute Ind. was i 4 Charles of Cincinnati, campaigning g ’ “j-M-v” in jayvee football ^ t a ? for another shot at the champion., ¡¡^ J » ,‘n JaannV0UnCement g i .‘, :::::::::::::::: I 3 I ship, looked unimpressive ”ond^ made by Head Master Charles S. S o1'’5- * ..................... * 2 Ji night while wmnmg on a seventh Tjppe(ts at an assembly of the ^ Frankie’ Buford of Oakland. I Mercersburg Academy here today. Charles landed punches freely on the defensive-minded Californian but connected with only two smashing blows. The first, a right to the heart, dropped Buford for a count j that reached four as the bell ended -Torphy and EUls. AT TOUS FORD DEALER’S! HONOR BRADLEY SQUAD; DAVIS MOST VALUABLE) BOSTON —Ezzard Charles. 187. Cincin- i— nati, stopped Frankie Buford, 202, Oak- PEORIA, BROOKLYN.—Billy Gilliam. 209’4, Or- backer Ron Hall of Johnston City, anRe n j., outpointed Bob Baker, 216 , m . and Guard “Boo” .L'^/^ri;,i^r/Sb1!:A,.„ „7 noun.n,, Clinton, la., were named honorary jjj stopped jimmy Sanders, 155 , Pitts- co-captains of Bradley's footbaU.burg.m^ _j<>hn p Su|Ilv>n ,MV team last nigni. Preston. Lancashire. England, stopped The team elected End Leo Davis gus Rubincici. 161’* of Peoria “most valuable player’ of the 1952 season. QUEBEC —Bryan Kellv. 143. 144. Cuba 8. «.fato fcellM FREEMANS with exclusive 3 DIMENSION FIT An utterly new kind of shoe designed to hold the curved contours of the foot m nature intended ... for the utmost in comfort. Bril- hantly styled “Bootmaker Guilds,’' crafted in the world’s premium leathers. THE SHOE THAT WS AU OVER AND ONLY FREEMAN HAS O’ Fiilusui 3-Dimen- aoa ... Brow» Calf... Double f — fl-1^ LMaMT uM»« - *19* Oth#*r Freemans $9.9^ Up TUNE BROS. Wabash at Fifth “Y” BASKETBALL Boy«’ Church League. First E U B 1141- F G F T. P F Jerry Long ............... 1 1 3 Jerry Lathrop ............. ........ 1 O 0 Jack Smith ............ .. 1 3 0 Bill Pegg 1 2 Dick Monmnger ............. 1 1 2 Don Hurst ............. o O 0 C. Johnson ....................... ........ o O O D. Seaton ..................... ........ 0 O 0 L. Smith ........................... 0 O Totals .. ............... ......... 4 6 7 First Baptist i 20 i — FG. F T. P.F Petit ............................... 2 1 3 Staggs ............................... O O 0 Luca» ............................... ........ 3 2 2 Green ............................. ........ 1 1 3 D. Price ........................... ........ O O 1 B. West ................... ........ O O 0 Rlankensh o ..................... . . . . 2 0 5 B Price ....................... O O 0 Totals ........• 4 14 Score at half—First Baptist. 10. EUB. 8; First Officials—Frank Clift fith. and Jack Grif- Seelevvillc Meth, (27 1 - - FG. F T. F F. L Martin ......................... ........ 3 1 1 Webster ..................... ......... 1 2 3 n Daugherty ................. 2 O 3 K Simoson ..................... ........ 4 0 4 Spangler .... 2 O 0 P Simoson ..................... O 2 C. Stigdon ....................... .. O O 2 Totals ... 12 3 15 Central Christian <19»- - FG. FT P F T. Smith ........................... . .. .5 1 2 G Brown ......................... 0 2 F. Fogle ............................. ........ 0 1 2 R DeMoss ......................... ........ 1 O 3 F. Smith ............................. .... o O 1 Longyear ........................... . . , . o 1 1 Score at half—Seeley ville. 13 Christian. 6 Central Official*—Frank Clift fith. and Jack Grif- BASKETBALL SCORES - ford’s second threw in a towel. Buford held a big weight bulge, 202 to Charles’ 187. WILL PLAY FOR OLYMPS INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 16.—'J**— a 6-foot-7 Brooklyn, will finally get into National Basketball Association play tonight. The Indianapolis Olympians’ team physiciart pronounced Za- He will play with In BRUCE J. ROBINSON TOR LIFE* NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Boston, Mass. Dixt. Ofc. 02311. Deming Bldg. c*ll«g*. Set on Hall 77: Loulivill«, 6« Niagara. 67; Springfield (Maul. 53. Virginia 89. VMI. «2 Mississippi Southern, 77; Western Michigan, 61. Loyola 'La.>. 52 Valparaiso, 41. Wisconsin. 75: Iowa. 70. niinots. 96: Michigan. 68. Kansas State, 81: San Francisco. SO La Salle. 77: Southwest Missouri, State. 70. Creighton. 88: Portland. 87. Southeast Missouri State, 82; Westminster (Mo.), 80. Great Lakes. 8«: Chicago Tchrs. 67 Ft. Leonard Wood iMo.l, 84; Camp Atterbury >Ind.>, 75. Luther Ha 1. 77; St Olaf «2 Parsons. 75: Penn fla.i. 62. Platteville. 77; Oshkosh. 59 Colorado, 76: Washington State. 48. Peoria Caterpillars. 78; Gonzaga (Wash). 49. 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Ten High is distilled at the right proof to givo each sip a smiling smoothness. ^ Introduced in 1934, Ten High became by 1938 America’s favorito whiskey according to records of independent package stores. During the war, no Ten High was made. But after the war, Ten High was back on the stills. Now it’s here again, fully matured—getting a great welcome from good friends old and new. Hiram Walker and Sons, lut, Peoria, Illinois, té proof »

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