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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - February 10, 1953, Kokomo, Indiana Six High School Leagues Sure to Get New Champs BEACHING BOATS Dethroned BASKETBALL In Northeast Loop Kats Listed As SCORES By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Spurts Basketball talent flares up and subsidies in Indiana hieh schools about as erratically as lights on a pinball machine yeartoyear shifts of power at Richmond Wednesday at Brazil Columbus at at Delphi Gary Edison at Gary Roosevelt Toll City at Jasper Warsaw at South Bend Central Thursday East Chicago Roosevelt at Gary aro pretty well shown by the standings At least six of Gary at Hammond last years champs and Tech cant repeat this season even it Indianapolis Attucks vs Indian they win their last two or Cathedral at Butler Field games House i Definitely retired are defending Indianapolis Howe at titlists Auburn Northeastern i ference Seymour South Central Friday j Princeton Southern East Chicago Anderson at New Castle Auburn at Bluffton I College Kact DuQuesne 53 Westminster No 1 Spot In Collegiate Poll Hoosiers Stay In Position St Johns Bkn 72 CCNY 64 South Western Kentucky 92 Loyola new NEW YORK Undefeated Orleans j Seton Hall riding the crest of a Duke George Washington 80 winning streak was voted Mississippi State 66 Georgia basketball team m the land 62 Richmond W Maryland 46 Tennessee 83 Davidson 73 Midwest Kansas State 74 Iowa Colorado 86 Nebraska 78 Michigan State 60 Iowa 48 Indiana 66 Wisconsin 48 Ohio State 81 Minnesota 71 Illinois 92 Michigan 62 Kio Grande 104 48 61 Bedford at Bicknoll at at TeVre Haute Garfield at at Franklin Lebanon at Whiting at East Chicago Adams at Burris at at Evansville Bosse Evansville Central at New Al ia ny at Central Western Division of Northern and Cambridge City of the East Central Brazil tied Terre Haute last year in the Western also is out still has a chance to repeat in the North Cen tral in spite of two defeats It has a Friday with Indianapolis Teen beaten but once Central also stopped only meets Frankfort champs and South Bend Central are fort the Eastern Division lead in the Northern circuit with 61 Hammond Clark at Gary Elkhart plays South Bend Adams son Friday and South s 121 Arkansas i today for the fourth straight week The Pirates from South Orange N stretching their reign as No 1 team to the longest by any team this season were picked as tops by 32 of the 75 sportswriters and broadcasters in the poll On the usual basis of 10 points for first 9 for second and so forth Seton Hall totaled 598 points Also for the fourth week in suc cession Indiana stormed in behind with again SSi SELECT AM AREA UN DERWATER SNAGS OR ROCKS AND A SMOOTH BEACH TO POLL YOUR BOAT OR CANOE UPON PULL IT CLEAR OF THE WATER ANP POSSIBLE LEV ELS OTHERWISE WAVES KEEP MOVING THE BOAT TO ANP FRO GRINDING THE BOTTOM ON THE SANP TlE THE PAINTER ROPE IN TO A BUSH OR TREE CARRY THE ANCHOR BACK ON THE BEACH AS FAR AS YOU CAN IF BOAT IS TOO TO HANDLE ANCHOR IN WATER DEEP ENOUGH TO FLOAT IT NEAR SHORE Arkansas M Texas Christian 68 Abilene ian Puce 70 Arkansas 15 Far West Idaho State 78 Colorado College night 9262 Stephens Deal Closes Doors On Era Bevo Keeping Wolf from Door At Rio Grande President Soys Outlook Hopeful By DAVE RIO GRANDE O VPi Clarence I Bevo Francis basketballs point making phenomenon from Rio Grande College may boost the lit tle Southern Ohio school over the financial barrier that threatened to close its doors Last fall the college could boast only 94 students and President Charles E Davis admitted this year might be the last But after 30 consecutive victories and the fabulous Francis per game average Davis says the outlook for Rio Grande College is very Rio Grande won its game Monday night against Cedarville College 10418 with Bevos 51 points boosting his seasons total to We have had many requests for information about the school and the requests for applications exceed the number we had all of last Davis says With the rapid industrial sion of the Ohio River valley and the improvements weve made this year both in the school and with the basketball team I believe things are going to be much better for But Davis added We arc just as proud of our gos pel teams and deputation groups in the churches as we are of Bevo the basketball team I believe our academic standards arc Feb 10 IMS KOKOMO and 30 per cent for the ministry The school formerly was affiliat about Rio Grandma in the National ed with the Baptist Church but now Tournament is nondenominational I President Davis said he going ln inquire this week in New York Bend Central meets Fort Wayne North Side Sat Then Elkhart and Central will tangle Feb 18 Gary Wallace can pick up Western Division title by beating Valparaiso Friday Terre Haute Gerstmeyer at Leb anon Saturday is a bet to take full possession of the Western title it shared last year Southern leaders at 102 have remaining games with Bicknell and Ev Central 92 its league campaign at New Albany Friday at Franklin Friday night probably will take the South Central pennant Decatur is sure of at least a share in the Northeastern title Aurora already has picked up the Southeastern championship Rossville is sure of nt least a share in the Hoosier Conference and Mississinewa Gas boroi is unbeaten in the new Mississinewa Valley Conference The East Central crown lies between Knightstown Memorial and with Middletown ineligible this year games this week i Tuesday j at Aurora j Evansville Memorial at Evans ville Gary Froebel at Hammond Valparaiso at Gary Wallace South Bend Riley at at Rushville Huntington at Plymouth at Indianapolis Lafayette at Richmond La Porte at Mishawaka at Marion at Logansport at Michigan City at South Basset KQs Famechon In Title Match rht in on nine ballots and had 504 Washington had 10 firsts j and 485 points j La Salic held fourth place one jump ahead of Illinois I BOSTON era of the Michigan Red Sox famous friendly left tiny school prob Ifield fence faded into never will shed its financial Kansas State upset by Nebraska today with tne altogether because our Saturday night dropped from of Vern Stephens i alumni dont have much money to The chunky infielder was traded About 65 per cent of to the Chicago White Sox Monday the students at Rio Grande arc fifth to 10th place this week The started bouncing back last night however with a 7464 victory over Iowa State notches to held firm in exchange for pitchers Marv studying for teaching professions Grisson and involved Hector Skinny Brown Kennedy No cash was Bend winners smashed out 122 home Seymour Shelbyville Sullivan at Washington Saturday Niw Castle at Peru at Evansville Fort Wayne South Side at Fort Wayne Central Fort Wayne North Side at South Bend Hammond at La Porto Hammond Tech at Indianapolis Attucks vs Indian South Bend Adams at lis Broad Rippli Terre Haute at Leb anon Kay Famechon A left and right to the head 5 the Frenchman crumbling to the canvas at the end of the third round The bell saved him but was still completely out when the fourth round bell sounded i 10 will hold the interim crown for 13 months since he is ja fillin for Sandy Saddler now North Carolina State in the Army Well be glad to fight runs in his five years with the Red Sox and drove in 562 runs That 598 includes last season when he was sixth while DC Paul in seventh Louisiana State moved up two places Only Dom DiMaggio remains of in Featherweights moving Western Kentucky the longball hitting Red Sox linel want a shot at the world title to ninth Western made that earned the name of The start lining up Percy Bassett is record 203 last night however He alone is left from going to be a fighting champion shellacking Loyola of New Orleans I the 1946 American League pennant Well fight anyone anywhere as 9267 long as the money is That was the cry from The leaders votes i dressing room Monday night after the Philadelphia Negro 1 Seton Hall 32 had won the interim world feather 2 Indiana 9 weight championship by chilling 3 Washington 10 4 La Salle 5 6 Oklahoma 1 7 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