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MUIR'S CUT RATE DRUGS Third and Main Sts INE WATCH REPAIRING Our Specialty Immediate Attention EVANS AND DONOHO JEWELERS SIS Main 8L Phone 1H Saturday Evening January 18 1947 to Basketball 0 IS 9 LARGE TANGERINES doz 29 41 Newmarks Drive In 2L 11 19 ELLISON Manager Jeff 23 38 this week featuring during both days of play 35 At SI ebruary Sports Standings NATIONAL HOCKEY sani 7 5 been some 145 155 185 175 2 94 Morocco Morocco West Point crossing the a pivot at and Masters Central then the Broncos 3 second (Time 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 10 10 13 17 10 10 11 13 17 32 17 at to i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 BLUE DENIM OVERALL PANTS BARGAIN CENTER ii 7 5 Merchandise at Reasonable Prices" i I Thieme Wangerin 622 636 MAIN ST 0 0 1 0 2 3 Bill Bayles redericks Gregory Claseman bogie taken on the first 2 i 0 1 8 16 New Store Hours Monday' Through Thurs9 to 6 ri and Sat 8:30 to 6 SUPER MKT 55 22: TEAM Lake Washington 'spanned by a mile and one quar ter floating bridge with a four lane motor highway 2 1 0 1 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 presented by Clothes Shop the AqubU fashion parade un fashions and famous people In this fa sf moving fact packed program for men and women created for your entertainment by Esquire Magazine aAd bring ing you the latest authentic Esquire ashions Get Georgia Tackle ATHENS Ga Jan 17 Garland (Bulldog) Williams 215 pound tackle of un beaten Sugar Bowl champions said today that he signed a one year contract with the Brook lyn Dodgers of the All America conference It was understood that Williams signed for $5500 a year plus a $500 bonus for putting his name on the contract He refused sev eral college coaching offers See irst Quality Work Clothes Lowest Possible Prices Petseeeoo583500409190 810545524421400 320 each made two 'or the Jeff men Schnaible Lennen: and Bol each dropped through two field goals and i Masters added the other While the scorings see sawed the lead never dropped under 15 points or soared over 19 1 BRONCOS PULL AWAY In the early minutes of the final period the locals charged to their longest margin Reitemeier hit on another drive in and Bol and Lennen flipped in free throws to make it 1 50 81 after follow in basket Davis and Vaughan swapped buckets before Vaughan i repeated and Reitemeler scored on a after taking the pass from Masters It was 58 33 When two charity tosses stretched the mar gin with four minutes to go The Bronco 'reserves took over and 'were unable score until just before the gun when Vaughan dropped In a free throw Mean Muncie managed a field goal by Roberts Ohlemacher and 1 60 Night Games ST LOUIS Jan 17 The champion St Louis Cardinals will play 60 night games during 1947 four more than they played last season club officials announced today sorty one of the Redbirds arc contest will be played at Sports park and 19 will be played on the road The club announced a i decrease In double headers scheduling only one Sunday dou ble bill at home Two holiday twin bills also will be played at 5 1 OA 114 73 99 91 123 132 56 37 33 31 10 53 49 47 45 31 At Logansport inal: Kokomo 56 Losransport Half: Kokomo 27 Logansport At Romney inal: "Half Romney 26 0 0 4 3 3 Rensselaer Rensselaer SECOND Morocco 23 Rensselaer arms PROMPT SERVICE Lafayette Savings Bank 25 9 23 3 0 2 DRESSES Exclusive With Us QUEEN CITY ROYAL CENTER DGoltryf crgusonf JGoltryf Nleif Stuart Gibson 3IBrownr 01 Newell II Hineajr ranKgr Dewitt YounKK Total Stockwell 34 Romney 2 Stockwell 16 Romney 9 TEAMS Stockwell 11 Newton! ip 4 Uranam1 DeVoet Snlkey tj Olhmchros Robert Thoma I Bradburn i Davitg Goenr Malaska Mid 31 8 22 THE AVALON or the inest in oods In An Atmosphere of Excellence and Refinement NOW SERVING BLUE RIBBON BEE ROM THE INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION STEAKS CHICKEN SEA OODS TH LATEST BOOKS iction Non iction Juvenile Southworth's 308 State St West Lafayette 3 1'1 50 2 0 0 18 710 Tefft Tefft SECOND TEAM 26 Tex4 songbird DeMaret from under after taking a pass Elected Head of TP' Club Roy Heidke of Chicago III and breast storke ace on S' swimming squad has been elected president of the club organiza tion Morris Kaastad of Minot football letterman was elected vice president and Bill reeman of South Bend swim ming letterman secretary treas urer The lettermen's group is now drafting plans for the annual Blanket Hop which nas tentatively scheduled for time in April Okeh Roxborough LANSING Mich Jan 17 (AP) Weight Champion Joe Louis will be able to have his manager John Roxborough along when he makes a six week South American exhibition boxing tour starting this month the Michigan parole board ruled today Permission was granted for Roxborough to leave the country although he is under 18 month pa role following his release Nov 4 sfrom southern Michigan prisonwhere he served nearly two years of a sentence imposed in 1942 when he was convicted of conspir Inr to obstruct Justice State second Style Won by State Hpoger State ORDER YOUR SPUING CHICKS NOW AT Livability record of over 98 prove chicks are Jut what you want Be satisfied by choosing chicks Good line of poultry sup plies and equipment Rossville (Home Office) Delphi West Lafayette Mulberry and Monticello la 19 22 33 Weston Division 10 11 9K 20 11 ering Jim Wilson and Bob Krie bel controlled the bankboatds against the comparatively small Royal Center five However the Red Devils were unable to make their good shots fall through the nets and Royal Center almost matched the efforts point for point WILSON LEADS WAY So close the first half race that the score was knotted at the end of the first quarter Il li but the West Siders had a halftime edge of 25 17 Wilson led the way for a third quarter spurt that put the Red Devils on top 41 22 when the period ended and the locals went on to enlarge their margin Through the first quarter the score see sawed with neither team holding more than a four point lead at any time Each of the West Side starters broke into the scoring columns Wilson Conk right Kriebel and Morrison with field goals and Dick MacDonald with a free throw or the vis itors Brown accounted for five points while Stuart Gibson and Goltry had baskets TAKE SMALL LEAD Goltry and Wilson traded follow shots at the start of the second period and then MacDon ald and ranks did likewise free throw and a tip in by Kriebel made it 18 15 but Stuart connected to close the margin riend flipped in a free throw to start a short West Side sprint Three quick baskets fol lowed Kriebel connected on a three on two situation Wilson was good with a tip in and Mac Donald dropped a set shot to make the count 25 17 The Red Devils came to life in the third stanza while Royal Cen ter faltered All the visitors could muster during this period were set shots by Stuart and Brown and a free throw by the latter The Scarlets certainly had more tn nffpr Kriebel dumped In a pair of field goals to start things off and Conkright followed suit on a fast break Wilson had a tip in 1 to offer and riend scored on Wadena 27 Earl Park 23 Wadena 15 Earl Park 1 SECOND TEAM Wasr TafAVAfte S4 Rnval Center uuu Cen 21 (ort (East Emerson (GaryV 48 56 Wallace (uary 67 Clark was Reitemeier However managed a great deal wmmvbm UnnnnaA VlA I HVa HIUIU 440 a account for six baskets and a pair of free throws himself It a ragged Central quin tet that the Jeff gang defeated either The Bearcats were tough but had bad shooting at the start while the Broncos held on a tight defense Roberts colored Lowe were dinner guests of Mrs Mary Davis at her home on North Seventeenth street on Mrs Davis' birthday Louise Beaman and Miss Millie Hoffman have been re moved' from St Elizabeth hos pital to their respective 'homes Mf Alonzo Conner was called to Indianapolis to attend the fu of a friend Mrs Joseph Burton has been removed from xthe' Home hospital to her on Hartford street She is improving Wrestlers At Michigan State wrestling squad left here yesterday afternoon for East Lansing Mich where the Boiler makers will make their third dual meet start of the season against Michigan State tonight i Coach Claude Reeck announced his starters by weight divisions as follows: 121 pounds Joe Pata cil 128 pounds Robert Schell 136 pounds Jerry ponds Warren Bounds Roger pounds Dale Thomas heavy weight Ray Gunkel The Boilermakers who have I broken even in a home and home series with Indiana were minus I the services of Mark Matovina I outstanding 136 pounder who was I left at home because of a shoul I der injury effi a I lo ps i Central Squad 59 43 By BUD SHIVELY The startled Muncie Central Bearcats found out' last night in the 1 Jefferson gymnasium that the Broncos are a group of individuals who are pretty selfish about their possession of the North Central con ference lead for with a terrific scoring explosion at the very outset of the fray the Red and Blacks piled up a comfortable margin with amazing shooting and tnen scrap ped it out to a decisive 59 43 tri umph The Victory seventh straight in conference competition sent the stock soaring skyward for the locals had seen to it that every other' quintet In the league was i the sad posses sor of at least two setbacks With but three tussles in the confer ence remaining the nearest 'rivals are Muncie and In dianapolis Tech who have each dropped a pair of decisions It is for the Brones only to win two of their final three battles' in order to clinch the conference crown BOL IS LEADER The sharp shooting of Husky Don Bol led the locals 1 in their first quarter surge as they rock eted to an 18 4 advantage at the end of period and extended it to 24 4 before the Central five could score again Bol returning to his top form after several luck less shooting performances drop ped in six field goals during this period The margin went to 32 15 by halftime and 46 29 at the end of the I third stanza Jeff slowly extended its advantage to 25 points midway in the final chukker before i the regulars left the floor Not only did Bol account for 17 points but the classy Bronco forward played probably his finest game of the season With Dick Schnaible Bol controlled the Lions Get Star TULSA Okla Jan 17 Clyde Leforce' Tulsa All America quarterback signeda two year contract today with the Detroit Lions of the National ootball league Leforce a triple threat from Bristow Okla said he received several other professional foot ball offers before signing with the Lions Terms of the contract were not disclosed but it was believed that Leforce will receive more than $10000 for each year Coach Gus Dorais of the Lions who signed the Golden Hurricane speedster said Leforce would be No 1 quarterback in 1947 of Mile Entry BOSTON Jan 17 The 1 field for the of mile feature event of the revived Knights of Columbus track and field meet 'at the Boston Garden on Jan 25 jumped to four today when entries were received irom rTanK uixon former New York University star and Ed Walsh of Manhattan col lege Shows Improvement In Trouncing Royal Center Despite iudkless bhooting Coach Gordon West Side quin tet showed much Improvement last night in 'the Purdue fieldhouse when it staged a second half uprising to romp over Royal Center 54 28 and annex its seventh victory of the season Throughout the first half the Scarlets were able to obtain one good shot after another as tow 1 News Notes of Colored People Mr and i Mrs rank Johnson and Mrs Otto Massey made a bus iness trip to Indianapolis Mrs Davis who has been visiting the Hoffman family has I frt her hnmP in dllCRSfO xj A WWW WW VI Mary club will meet January i afr knmo nf WllllftJYl Harris with Mrs Adam Evans I 4k 1 A Be LHC KlUO VUOO from a visit at Columbus Xslloa JV4 ic uaaa a has been admitted to Ross Luriiuu 4ui wuouuuiiv 4 et A JVCV O41U 47AA0 ASA XWe 26 9 PURDUE Hoffman Lodge Ertel Ehlers Berberian TIME 6:30 (CST) 5 WBAA Purdue Purdue renews' old basketball rivalry with Michigan at Ann Arbor tonight the Boilermakers hoping to score their first Big Nine victory of the season 1 That game is scheduled for 6:30 (CST) and is generally rated about a tossup COWLES NEW COACH I operating under a new coach Osborne Cowles formerly of Dartmouth is reported to be a smooth working outfit one I which concentrates on defense more than most squads in the Midwest With Capt Pete Elliott leading the way the Wolverines have given may highly touted high scorers a rough evening Pete is the youngerJrother of Chalmers Elliott who played at Purdue while while in the service Bump is also on the Michigan squad acting as a reserve guard ABOUtf SAME HEIGHT The Wolverines are of average size with Mikulich at 5 11 Mc Caslin 6 2 Roberts 6 6 Harrison 6 1 and Elliott 6 0 start ing five will average about the same with Hoffman 6 2 Lodge 6 1 'XErtel 6 4 Ehlers 6 3 and Berberian 6 1 The Boilermakers will reutrn here to play the highly regarded Iowa Hawkeyes in the Purdue fieldhouse Monday night jinx A I If CMRIIDC: Zl th tW SH0W HB HIW MCM WIMI and ma The irt Gir ond 0 CARROLL SISTERS athi fdifr Esr Magazi! WASK MONDAYS 7:45 PM EXCHANGE CLUB PLANS BANQUET To Honor Local Teams In March Obtain Kentucky Coach Rupp to Speak Arrangements were completed by the' Lafayette Exchange club 'this week for the staging of the first annual Exchange club basketball banquet honor fhg the team mem bers and coaches of Jefferson and West Lafayette high schools The banquet will be held at Lincoln Lodge on Thursday 'eveningMarch 27 which is in the week following the Indiana State high school' tournament finals in In dlanapolis Guests of honor at the banquet be members of thq varsity teams and freshman teams andthe coaching staffs "'of the two local high schools The general public will be invited to participate in the festivities and a program is being planned for the enjoyment of the ladies as well as the men Adolph Rupp nationally known basketball coach of the University of Kentucky has been scheduled as principal speaker for the oc casion Mri'Rupp has gained a widespread recognition of his coaching ability over the past several years and last season his hardwood squad was one of the best in the nation His present team is also reputed to be one of the best The Exchange Club committee in charge of arrangements for the banquet consists of Lawrence Le land chairman William lem ing loran Kennedy rank Sny der Lloyd Littell and Alvin Huth Under the leadership of this committee detailed plans are rapidly going forward on the big event which it is anticipated will be attended by some 700 people a threeon two again That made it 37 22 but Kriebel connected again on a set shot and Wilson dropped in his only two free throw attempts of the evening end the third quarter 41 22 CONTINUE DRIVE The West Siders drove on the start of the final chukker a 47 22 lead before Ions set shot broke the long Royal Center draught A pair of scores by little Bill Oyler and seventh field made up the West scoring at the open ing of the 5 last quarter riend made it 49 24 with another bucket and Brown partially countered with a charity toss With the Scarlet reserves hand ling things the Red Devils man aged five more points while Royal Center gathered three Mozeley accounted for a tip in after a foul' shot Oyler was good with a free throw and Jack Moore in tercepted a pass for the final marker long set shot and the same charity toss comprised the Royal Center tally ing The boxscore: WEST SIDE Conkrljrhtf i 3 rrienai Dyef KriebelJ Pryor Thloef Wilson Mozeleyc JMoorex Morrison Oylerr Total TbTTTJT UDlslV oniiu vs town on Road 55 8 miles southeast of AtticajUmilesriorth east of Veedersburg 25 miles nortljpast of Crawfordsville 30 miles southwest of Lafayette WEDNESDAY JAN 22 COMMENCING AT 11 :00 A HORSES 1 pair of Belgian Mares coming 5 years old sisters weight 1600 pounds sound a good pair COWS and HEIERS 8 registered Guernsey cows some of the cows will have calves by side They are all' less than '6 years old 2 regis tered heifers coming 1 to 2 years old good ones HOGS A gilts 'eligible to register bred to farrow middle of March These are good gilts 2 registered Hamp boars ARM MACHINERY One 1946 IHC tractor used this fall only one 2 IHC 2 row mounted corn picker used two seasons one 50 IHC one man string baler used two seasons one 3 bottom 14 in IHC breaking plow never used ol rubber one 2 bottom 14 in IHC breaking plow 2 years old one 2 bottom 16 in IHC breaking plow used 5 years These plows are in good shape and have extra shares one culUvator 'for tractor never used one 4 section rotary hoe a good one one 4 section Apike tooth harrow never used one 2 section 12 ft spike tooth harrow good shape 1 2 section 10 ft spike tooth harrow good shape one 3 section spring tooth harrow good shape! one 10 ft power binder in good shape one 16 hoe double disc MCD wheat drill a good one 2 wagons one on rubber one roller'bearing IHC on steel one Case 7 ft power mower one 8 foot heavy duty IHC tandem disc good shape one 9 foot cultipacker gbod shape HOG EQUIPMENT 14 hog houses 6 7 good ones 4 hog feeders fair shape 4 water tanks some With hog fountains 5 cattle troughs 1 cattle hay rack orks scoops tank heaters a lot of things not mentioned on Day of Sale property removed until terms are complied With Not responsible in case of accident Hot Lunch Will Be Served LUCKEY STUCKER Owner Aucts Dazey Rogers and Keller Clerk loyd Brown 'Piirdue vs Michigan here onight 6:30 PROBABLE LINEUPS Pos MICHIGAN i Mikulich McCaslin Roberts Harrison Elliott IOWA HOOSIERS IN EATURE TILT Two Big Threats in Big Nine Square Off Tonight in Bloomington ieldhouse CHICAGO Jan 17 AP) and Indiana both regarded as threats in the Big Nine basketball race square off at Bloomington Ind tomorrow night in the fea ture contest of a three game con ference card 5 Both' Iowa and Indiana have won tWo games and lost one in competition as had de fensively strong Michigan which entertains Purdue (0 1) Tomor row third league tilt sends Northwestern (0 3) to de ending champion Ohio State (1 3) Hawkeyes rated as the strongest challenger to pace set ting Wisconsin (3 0) which is idle this weekend will bank on Sharp shootiilg Murray Wier to upset Hoosiers Wier has aver aged 173 points a game in three Starts Iowa favored On the basis of their respective performances against Wisconsin Iowa Is favored in its' Indiana in vasion The Hawkeyes were edged by Wisconsin 63 62 while the Hoosiers were trimmed by the Badgers 70 49 Michigan the best de fensive unit with an average yield of 0 points per game will be bol stered against Purdue by the re turn of Gerrit Wierda high scor ing freshman forward Wierda missed the last two Wolverine games because of a sprained an kle Northwestern crippled by the ineligibility of two regulars has lost three straight league starts bankboards through the early Red and should prove easy prey for and Black rush set up other Ohio which will be seeking Jeff netters for scores and showed to snap a three game league losing a new defensive fervor streak 1 GREAT JE TEAM In other midwest games tomor That to pay that it row night Minnesota will enter wag au Bol I Nothing would be tain Michigan State South Da farther from the truth It was a kota State will invade Bradley at jcfferSon team While Bob Not Dame vIslts Lenen and Bob Masters were the of Chicago travels to Detroit to team a ioW scorers they were i Vt i successful play makers as piajoj xuagaid cll zjuutuu iv and Marquette is host to ort bhendan Ill Mangrum Keeps Golf Leadership RICHMOND Calif Jan 17 (UP) Lloyd Mangrum the National center of the Bearcats staged a Open champion from Los Angeles show but his efforts today those of Thomas fleet and shifty in the $10000 Richmond Open golf guard more not sufficient to catch tournament putting together two sprinting Broncos day rounds of 64 67 131 to retain The early Jefferson march saw his leadership at the end of two be Broncos connecting on nearly days of play 50 per cent of their shots in the The slender Mangrum again first half while Muncie was showed his complete mastery of plagued The Central netters hit the 6209 yard course as he knock only two of their first 29 attempts ed four strokes off regulation fig In all fairness to the Red and ures1 and went 10 under par for Blacks however their shots were the first 36 holes of play far better than thoseV of the visi The low 70 performers in to tors With these good shots the competition will resume1 play Broncos connected oh 15 out of tomorrow with the final 18 holes 31 in the first two quarters of slated for Sunday In the field play are 62 professionals and eight AST START amateurs Bol Schnaible nd Reitemeier A 36 hole score of 144 or better got the Broncos off to a fast was required to qualify for the start each swishing his final two days of play as the shot Bol hit from the side par smashing of the great shot with a one hander Schnaible piv makers continued an onslaught be oted to the right and shot for two gun yesterday points with his right hand Reite Once again sensa meier drove under hard but laid tional shooting failed to put him a soft under handed attempt onto any distance ahead of the field the rim score on an out Right on his trail was George of bounds play broke the Jeff Schoux the youthful San ran charm but not for long cisco star who had a 132 total It was 6 2 then and moments after two day rounds of 66 66 later it was 18 2 Bol and Schnai DT AVQ TTnriT lul I ollrJ PirtYI JL XJZXX TT 8 JB I I M1V All ivyvuuuo Ben Hogan the tournament fav dropped that favorite one handed orite continued his fine play with thrust Masters took a neat pass another round of 67 to go with a from Lennen then faked clear for first day score of 66 for a 133 two points from under the net the same as that posted by col making it 14 4y pivot shot orful Jimmy Demaret the Hous and another two pointer by him came in with a 66 todav aRainst from Lennen Rave the first quar hist67 of yesterday ter total for the locals Thomas The par busting trend was off connected on a one hander to only slightly from yesterday make it 18 4 i Thirty eight broke regulation fig BEARCATS START urea again today and 46 shot 141 Holding Muncie scoreless or better which is a single stroke throughout the first four minutes tinder par for the 36 holes of the second period Jeff ran on Mangrum played a cautious to 24 4 with Bol hitting another down the middle game and it paid set shot Reitemeier off i with five birdies against a foul circle to swish noie tempt ana sscnnaioie He was particularly accurate with adding free throws i Vn 0 a Vl 0 I QYY1 A 1 1 a AT1 (Y during both days of play hustled to keep their 20 point mar Bill ritz another San ran gin It dwindled to 17 by half ciscian came in among the top time as the Bearcats started con notchers with a 65 69 134 Tied necting at 135 Are Harold (Jug) McSpaden Two pivot shots and a charity Sanford Me with 68 67 and toss by Newton were not quite Chick Harbert armington Mich matched by field goals by Schnai with 69 66 ble and Reitemeier but that Top amateur honors for the day I third successive two went to Bob Silvestri San ran pointer was equalled as Reitemeier cisco with a 70 executed a beautiful drive under Among the casualties were such the hoop that terminated in an names as rank Strannahan ace under hand shot It was 3011 Toledo amateur Leland Gib Roberts flipped in a pair of fol son Kansas City and Charley lowshots and Lennen made good Sheppard Philadelphia each with from the corner before the in 145 termission Through the first four minutes of the third chukker points were irlOCReY matched the Broncos leading 40 CINCINNATI Jan 17 A 23 after the time In fact the franchise in the American Hockey Broncos maintained their 17 point league has been granted to the advantage throughout the entire Cincinnati Garden Inc a pro period Roberts accounted for six posed arena for which ground of points while Davis will be broken next summer it Ohlemacher Sulkey and Newton was announced today Charles Sawyer Garden presi dent' and former ambassador to Belgium made the announcement Sawyer said money for the Garden had been raised and that the arena plans cau foe the seating of 10000 hockey fans The structure also can be used for basketball boxing and wrestling shows ice exhibitions and conventions V' LA A YETTE JOURNAti'AND COURIER Monitor 63 Shadeland Montmorenci owler 39 Kentland tiattie urouna StnnkWAll 34? Dayton 49 Buck Creek 31 Wadena 27 Kokomo 36 Jackson 37 South Side ington 31 North Side tral Catholic Columbia City Wayne) 37 roebel (Gary) Chicago) 37 Hammond B2: Hammond Tech 4Q (East Chicago) (Hammond) 30 Noll Central (Hammond) 57 Catho lic (South Bend) 31 Bloomington 44 LJniverflity (Bloom ington) 38 Central (Evansville) 29 Washington Z2 Mishawaka 47 Elkhart 42 Central (South Bend) 46 Goshen Goodland 54 Ambia 41 New Castle 38 rankfort 30 Winamac 37 Delphi 32 WHITE COUNTY TOUKNEY Burnettsville 40 Idaville 31 Reynolds 37 Round Grove 34 a 1 a ey MONTGOMERY COUNTY TOURNEY Ladoga New moss ju Waveland 87 Alamo 38 New Market 52 New Richmond Waynetown 31: Darlington 24 CUINTON COUNTY TOURNEY orest 37 Michigantown 28 4 Sclrclevllle 30 Kirklin 27 Jefferson 32 Mulberry 27 Colfax 45 Sugar Creek 18 Rossville 55: Jackson Twp 28 orest 37 Sclrclevllle 24 CARROIX COUNTY TOURNEY Cutler 44 Deer Creek 30 lora 45 Rockfleld 25 AT ATTICA Hillsboro 47: Wallace 28 Attica 46 West Lebanon 21 Kingman 46 Veedersburg 43 Covington' 36 Richland Twp 25 Metropolitan AAtJ Tourney Tonight i BROOKLYN Jan 17 (A?) Highlighted by the first mile test of the the Metropolitan AAU indoor track and field cham pionships will be held at the 23rd Regiment armory tomorrow night with a field which ijthe sponsors call the finest inijthe 56 years of the meet A record list of 645 entries Con sisting of 264 individuals 51 relay teams from 25 clubs and colleges has been filed for the 15 title events on the lengthy program winding up the phase of the local Indoor season which preceeds the Madi son Square Garden meets Eddie Walsh of Manhattan col lege IC4A mile champiofi is rated as the man to beat in the first indoor mile Walsh whose 4:115 was the fastest nile run by an American in 1946 won at 880 and 1000 yards in? his two previous starts this season A three cornered scrap is jike ly to develop for the team title with New York university the defending chamipon ranking as slight favorite over Manhattan college and the New York A Swimmers Beaten By Michigan State Michigan well balanced swimming team had little difficul ty defeating Purdue here last night in a dual meet 54 but the individual spotlight was fo cused on Keith Carter the ermaker freshman breast stroke ace from Akron Ohio 1 RECORD Carter set a new national fresh man record of 2:226 in vpiming the 200 yard breast stroke event and was timed in 601 seconds five tenths of a second under the accepted world record in swim ming his leg as the Boilermakers won the 300 yard medley relay only other first on: the nine event program was sbored by Major Willis ranking 'jfancy diver The summary: 300 Yard Medley Relay Won by Purdue (Dilley Carter Sal mon) Michigan Time 2:580 2220 Yard ree Gilbert Michigan hvde Michigan Hennigan Purdue third 2:14 0 50 Yard ree Wan by Duke Michigan State Riqjiards Michigan State second? Kinotts Purdue third Time ancy Won by Purdue Williams Michigan instate second Wasson Purdue tjjird 100 Yard ree Style Wn by Duke Michigan State Salmon Purdue second Richards Michi gan State third :53 150 Yard Back Wpn by Cooley Michigan State 'pllley Purdue second Beckman gan State third 200 Yard Breast StrokeArWon by Carter Purdue Dave Siibold Michigan State second Jack Sei bold Michigan State third Time (New National reshman Record Breaks Old Marti of 2:288 set by Al Craig Norbavfest ern on Jan 25 1946) 440 Yard ree Won by HOogerhyde Michigan Stats Mil ler Michigan State Hen nigan 'Purdue third Tirfre 4:573 i 400 Yard (Won by i Michi gan State (Gilbert Waddell Kra jczinskl Clemons) Purdui sec ond Timer 3:405 At Raub inal: Gilboa 69 Raub 23 Half: Gilboa 33: Raub 13 At West Point inal: Battle Ground 31 Point 23 Half: Battle Ground 17 West 4 SECOND TEAM inal: Battle Ground 28 West Point 10 At Dayton inal: Dayton 49 Buck Creek 31 Half: Dayton 23 Buck creek: SECOND TEAM inal: Dayton 24 Buck Creek 16 At Goodland inal: Goodland 54 Ambia inal: Goodland 31: Ambia SECOND TEAM Half: Ambia 36 Goodland At Monitor inal: Monitor 63 Shadeland 47 Half: Monitor 31: Shadeland 20 SECOND TEAM inal: Monitor 31 Shadeland 22 At Montmorenci inal: 'Morenci 32 Wea 31 Half 18 Wea 15 SECOND TEAM inal: Wea 16 15 At Keritlamf inal: owler 39 Kentland 36 Half: owler 13: Kentland 22 SECOND TEAM inal: owler 18: Kentland 15 At Earl Park inal: Half: inal: Earl Park 29 Wadena Basketball Scores (COLLEGE) 5 Duquesne 59 John Caroll 54' Navy 60 Columbia 50 Wayne 48 Westerns Reserve 29 Alabama 42 Georgia Tech 38 lorida 48 Auburn 32 Drake 61 Washington University (Mo) 27 Tulane 40 Louisiana State 38 Knox 46 Cornell College :42: Washington State 51 Washington AS Cincinnati 41 Ohio University 36 A St Louis University 57 Crelrhton 84 Mlamt (Ohio) 60 Miami (a) 44 Oberlin 57 Earlham 46 Marshall 53 Xavier 41 Bowlins 5 Green 60 Wailace Colorado 55 Brigham Young 44 California 47' Stanford 46 Oregon State 58 Oregon 48 Grade School 1 5 Scores TUESDAY NIGHT ord 42 St James 19 Centennial 31 Longlois 19 Tippecanoe 43 St Boniface 11 Linnwood 35 Oakland 28 St Mary 19 St Lawrence 13 THURSDAY NIGHT Longlois 22 Highland '19 Linnwood 30 St Lawrence 7 Centennial 38 Tippecanoe 10 Oakland 24 Washington 9 St Boniface 22 St Mary 19 St James 35 St Anns Next week grade games i'wUl be played on Thursday nighf? mark ing the end of league jplay A grade' school tournament spon sored by the Jeff Booster club will begin play the second week in AMERICAN HOCKEY Eastern Division Hershey 5 New Haven 1 Providence 13 Snringfieid 83 Philadelphia Cleveland 85 Indianapolis Ruffalo Pittsburgh 30 St Leal 10 NATIONAL BASKETBALL i Western Division i 1 Indianapolis Oshkoeh 1 Anderson 14 Sheboygan Chicago Detroit ri Eastern Division Rochester Toledo 1 ort Wayne 11 Tri City Syracuse Thomas and free throws Dy Thom as Roberts and (2) ine ooxscorei JEER8JN BoLf Klserf 0 VaughanJ 1 Rchnblec 5 1 MltcheUc 0 0 Mastersg 15 Stumpg 0 0 1 Total' :7 TVMU1 Silvers' 25 39 38: Wayne) Central Roosevelt 48: Wheatfield 17: Wheatfield Wheatfield At Tefft inal Half: Tefft At Morocco inal Half: inal: At inal: Jackson 37 Clarks Hill Half: Jackson 14 Clarks Hill SECOND TEAM inal: Clarks Hill 29 Jackson (OTHER SCORES) 32 Wea 31 so 31 West Point Romney X2 Ambia 41 Earl Park 23 Logansport 32 Clarks mil Iort Wavne) (ort Wayne) (1' ort 39 2 0 5 0 0 7 1 2 I Pts Toronto S3 8 5 51 5 TtO Montreal 19 11 4 4t 10S Boston 14 32 4 New York 13 31 91 Detroit 11 24 102 Chlcaro 11 12 2 24 94.

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