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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1960, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Gene McCleary Stars At Miami Gene McCleary the former out standing all around athlete at Cornwall High School is already making his mark in collegiate track at the University of Miami TheLebanon County r o r d smasher won two of threeevents in the recent intersquad meet be tween the varsity and freshmen teams which annually climaxes the fall track program in the sunny climate which is similar to the spring football workouts at the major colleges around the coun try McCleary helped lead his first year teammates to a 7262 upset over the much more experienced upperclassmen The versatile ath lete woii both the discus witha 13S 11 heave and the javelin with a throw of 199 feet falling just short of the coveted 200 mark in the latter event Gene also placed second in the shot put to come within a whit of sweeping all three throwing events The Cornwall youth put the iron ball a distance of 48 to give himself a total of 13 points in the meet A couple of York trackmen are also performing well for the Hur ricanes Doug Reachard a fresh men teammate of McCleary and a distance runner Won the 880 Doily NEWS Photo yard run and the mile He wai timed at the half mile and breasted the tape in in the latter event A second former Bearcat dis tanceman George Houdyshell now a sophomore at the southern institution was another partici pant in the fall affair and he fin ished right behind Reachard in the mile and 880 as well as grab bing a third second place in the twomile event Through the accomplishments of these three combatants it goes withoutsaying that the Centra Pennsylvania area is well repre sented in track beneatfr the Florida sun McClearys father reports tha his son through correspondence and telephone calls at least hasnl appeared noticeably itchy aboul viewing the college football team jn action from the stands insteac of being in combat as was the rule in his high school days It is probable however that the layoff has helped Gene rather than hinder him as the energetic ath lele has been continuously shift ing from football to basketball to track and on occasion even to baseballthroughout his scholas tic career Eagles Coach Van Brocklin Cited In Poll NEWYORK UPD coach 3uck Shaw and quarterback Jorm Van Brocklin who lead the Philadelphia Eagles Monday in quest of pro footballs biggest rize today were named the Na ional Football Leagues menof heyear for 1960 by United Press nternational The whitehaired 61yearold Shaw was voted the NFL Coach oftheYearand Van Brocklin was chosen PayeroftheYear in a UPI poll of 39 writers who cov ered the 1960 campaign The pan el was made up of three writers rom each league city Both To Retire Coincidentally both Shaw and Van Brocklin have announced they intend to wind up their re spective coaching and playing ca reers with Mondays NFL cham pionship game against the Green Bay Packers in Philadelphia Shaw and Van Brocklin joined the Eagles together in 1958 when the club was one of the doormats of the NFL Within three years they guided the Eagles to the Eastern Division championship In the playeroftheyear voting Van Brocklin was a onesided choice He received 27 of the 39 votes Paul Hornung of the Pack ers had 8 votes while Johnny Unitas and Ray Berry of Balti more Jimmy Brown of Cleveland andJohn Crow of St Louis each had one Beats Out Lombard Shaw beat out Vinnie Lombardi of Green his rival in next Mondays title game for coach oftheyear honors 23 votes to 14 George Wilson of the Lions re ceived two votes Its very nice but I cant take credit for commented the gentlemanly Shaw upon learning of his selection I must pass it on to the group working for me They did a great deal with what they had to work For the 33yearold Van Brock lin allpro recognition finally came in his 12tli season Earlier in the week he was named all NFL quarterback for the first time in his career Im Van Brocklin reiterated when he learned of his latest honor Its a good time to make my Lebanon Daily News Lebanon 23 1960 Page 9 Expects Missouri To Be Tough In Orange Bowl Game Bv MALCOLM ALLEN United Press International ANNAPOLIS Md loach Wayne Hardin admitted to ay he may have an ace or two p his sleeve when his club wth Missouri in the Or ange Bowl at Miami Jan 2 vtfere not planning anything oo Hardin said hut we will have a few new wrinkles Patterson For Third Title Fight NEW YORK UPDChampion Floyd Patterson was installed a prohibitive 175 favorite today to beat Swedish Ingemar Johansson again in their third heavyweight title fight at the Miami Beach Convention Hall March 20 Because of the upsets that oc curred in their two previous title bouts the movement of that ear ly wageringprice lengthening or shortening will command much attention before Floyd 25 and Ingemar 28 climb into the ring for their rubber Patterson was favored at 51 for their first Yankee Stadi um June 26 1959 But explosive Ingo floored him seven times in the third round for a knockout and the crown T Floyd Regains Title Johansson was an 85 choice Pennsyl Drops vania Deer Kill From Last Year HARRISBURG UPI The state Game Commission described kill in Pennsylvania this year as reasonably high but in dicated it will be much lower than last year because of the shorter seasons and inclement weather The commission without mak ing any actual estimates said mild weather the first week of the buck season contributed to a fairly good bag for hunters But in the second week fairly deep snow kept most hunters out of the woods and in fields close to roads with a resultant light kill A oneday doe season accom plished the purpose of the agency to slash the doe bag Thecom ttiission said the single day sea son together with a hefty cut in the number of licenses issued kept the doe harvest consider ably less than in 1959 when a threeday season was observed Reports showed eight persons fatally shot during the two deer seasons and more than 30 injured the commission said or their return engagement at he Polo Grounds last June 20 Jut Floyd gave him a thorough attering and floored him twice n the fifth round for a kayo that made Patterson the first man to vin back the heavyweight cham pionship i No matter who triumphs this ime its even money that the ight doesnt last seven rounds hat they dont come out of their corners for the eighth Champion and challenger are unusually dan gerous punchers Promoter Humbert Jack Fu azy of Feature Sports Inc said he Miami Beach Convention Hall will be scaled for a million gate with its seats rang ng from ringside down to No ReturnBout He added however he would 3e satisfied if the gate reached That statement indicated hat Feature Sports has prevailed upon Patterson and Johansson to give the promoters at least a small portion of the fighters cuts of money from theaterTV mov ies radio etc Fugazy said there was no re turnbout contract for a fourth ti tle fight in case Johansson be comes the second man to recap hire the crown At least thats what he said Frank Robinson Tops NL Slugging Averages CINCINNATI APIFrank Rob fnsons batting average and home run output declined in i960 but the Cincinnati Reds outfielder still won the National League slugging championship official averages confirmed today Robinson came up with a 595 slugging percentage with 276 total bases in 464 times at bat However his batting average only 297 compared with 311 in 1959 He had 31 home runs in I960 and 36 in 1959 Robinson succeeded Mil waukees Hank Aaron as the plugging champion Aaron fin ished second during the past sea v with a mark of 566 Pine Grove Dribblers Bow To Frackville Pine Grove Highs hoopmen dropped a heartbreaking 5553 decision to Frackvilles Mountain eers last night in a close game at Pine Grove Dennis Dohner Pine Grove center took highscoring laurels or the evening with 19 points vhile Felsburg Sunderland and suran pacedthe winners with 18 6 and 13 respectively In the preliminary tilt the Pine Jrove jayvees bowed to Frack illes understudies 50 to 40 The Grovers return to action n Tuesday meeting Ashland at ine Grove The annual game vith the alunini originally listed or tomorrow evening has been escheduled for Monday Janu ary 2 Totals IB 17 53 ToUIf Score by Periods Pine Grove 151314 Itenbaugh 3 4 10 Boner Long Ditzler ILlIs Albert longer terbe ritz Hershey Grapplers Bow in Match At Carlisle Hershey High Schools wrest ling team dropped its second Har risburg Area Conference match in as many starts this season by bowing to Carlisle 2622 yester day at the winners school The Trojans won five of the twelve matches three of them via pins Damon Strickler in the 103 pound class downed his opponent in Barry Rhine a 112pound performer took a fall from May nard Morrow after to give his team an 113 advantage at tha point In the 138 pound division Ben Brandt pinned Guy Hagerty aftei had been consumed Pau Saylor and Cal Clinger pickec up decisions for the Trojans The results Carlisle M Hrnhey 23 95Lb George Becker dec Barry Gingrich 30 30 103Lb Damon Strickler H pinned George Thompson 112Lb Barry Rhine pinned Maynard Morrow 311 120Lb Don Thrush plnnei Rick Smith 911 127Lb Clyde Fisher dec Bob BiLshore 73 1211 133Lb Paul Sayler dec Dene Leonard 1214 136Lb Ben Brandt plnnec Guy Hagerty 1219 145Lb Don Lalche Ernie Rovish I54Lb Cal Clineer Leroy Minnlch 75 1722 165Lb Denny Fry dec Brool Landis 123 2022 i 180Lb Steve Davis dec Die DAnna 40 2322 HWT George Oweni JJirver 31 2622 dec Daffy NEWS Photo NEW COACH OKAYS TERMS William D McHenry right newly appointed head football at Lebanon Valley College okays the terms of his contract after Carl Ehrhart at the college on Thursday Dean Ehrhart represented the schools athletic department in completing the final agreement between the school and the new athletic official in keep ing with a Lebanon Valley College policy The new coach will assume his duties about August 1 1961 He succeeds Ellis McCracken who is retiring from his LVC positions on February 1 to enter business New LVC Coach Assumes Post For 1961 Season William D McHenry the newlyappointed director of ath1 letics and head football coach at Lebanon Valley College will come to the Annville school with a background of both educa tional and football coaching ex perience His position at the college will also include an as sistant professorship in educa tion A native Pennsylvanian born in Ridley Park the new LVC athletic official is 28 years of age and will become one of the youngest football coaches in the schools history He will suc ceed Ellis McCracken who has resigned both positions to enter business and will leave the col lege on February 1 A graduate of Washington and Lee College as a business major he also earned his Masters de gree while majoring in guidance and counseling at the University of Pennsylvania He comes to Lebanon Valley from Williams College at Wil liamstown Massachusetts where he spent the Pennsylvania Military Col lege where he served as line years as an assistant football coach and head coach of both lacrosse and swimming while also serving as an assistant pro fessor of physical His coaching career startedat 5th Ward Moves Full Game Ahead InYCiiyLoop The 5th Water A C moved full game up on second place coach for three years while the Erbs Auto Sales in the City college football teams were compiling a 195 record Williams College lacrosse teams posted a creditable 162 record under his guidance for three seasons His own personal athletic activities included playing both varsity football and lacrosse at Washington and Lee following several years of varsity foot ball and baseball in high school He also spent two years with Special Services Army of the U S Army The new LVC athletic official is married and is the father of a three year old daughter He memberships in both the American Football Coaches As sociation and the U S Inter collegiate Lacrosse Coaches As sociation Mrs McHenry the former Joan Acker of Wallingford accom panied her tall muscular husband io Annville for his acceptance of Basketball League with an casj 8958 conquest of winless Cleaver Jrooks in the middle game of a YMCA tripleheader last night In the other contests playcc last evening the Lebanon Sport witched fourth and fifth place with Hockleys Surveyors b whipping the latter crew 524J in another City loop encounle and Kleinfeltersville EUB broke a threeway deadlock for fiftl position in the vith Salem Lutheran and St Marys by belting the Salem gang to the tune of 6441 5th Ward presently sporting a 71 log started relatively slow ut gained momentum as the jame progressed and climaxec he fray with a 34point fourtl He plans to move to Annville about August 1 next year to prepare for the a961 football season in his first season at the ishcr Vhite Pine Grove C F P 2 4 3 1 8 Watkini 7 Swian Mzler 033 Felsburf Dohner 8 3 19 Plaxa chacHer 317 Irvin Andres 055 Shlmkui 204 Sunderland Frackvtlle GPP 204 6 1 13 8 Veaver 000 2 18 102 022 000 7 2 16 24 7 55 18 12 13 Referees Collins t FricVvIllf Tine Grove JVi G F P 3 7 13 Bowen 2 2 fi Frynosky 00 0 Prybolsky 000 Dudash 12 4 Samelko oil Zmerman 146 Evans Wagner Bobiak G F P 3 S 11 124 3 1 1 102 1 1 3 2 4 B 022 259 1 2 0 2 2 6 Totals 10 20 40 Totals 14 22 50 Score by Periods Ine Grove JVt 10 11 R Frackville JVs 13 11 11 Referees Diefenderfer tc Sandherr xPenn Stale Coach Suffers From Stroke BELLEFPNTE Pa UPI Bob Higgins who was head foot ball coach at Penn State Univer sity from 1930 to 1948 remained in air condition at Bellefonte Hos pital suffering frorn a stroke Higgins was stricken at his University Park home Wednes day Higgins an all American end for Penn State in 1919 coached at West Virginia Wesleyan and Washington University before ac cepting the assistantcoaching po sition at State in 1928 Two years later he was made head coach St Johrrs Ohio St Heajl For Showdown In Hpljday Tourney Ken Wagner and Carl Grubb o u r e d 18 markers apiece hrough thenets as Floyd Beck er was right r behind with 1 counters the winners ii scoring JerryLight dumped in accounted for ten tallies to round out the 5th Ward double figure men Hal Templin and Jake Heagy shared individual game honors with Wagner and Grubb by hit ing for 18 markers for the osers while Bob Sheer also hrew in ten An exceedingly poor first pe riod cost Hockleys the final game of the night as they were able to compile a mere three points in that opening session while the Sports were racking BROWNS SIGN GRECNI CLEVELAND Ohio ter Dick Grecni a 228pound for mer Ohio University star who was drafted No 13 as a red shirt in 1959 has been signed by the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League Grecni is a na tive of Akron Ohio who is play ing in the EastWest WHOPPING DAILY DOUBLE MIAMI Fla persons cashed a whopping daily double of at Tropical Park Thursday when Patricias Shoe paid 181 in the first race and Regal Rhythm In the second returned EXPAND SCOUTING SYSTEM DETROIT Detroit Tigers announced anothftr step in the expansion of their scouting system today with the signing of Emmett J Mueller of St Louis Tiger Vice President James A Campbell said Mueller will cover the Missouri Valley region for the Tigers By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Ohio State and St Johns seemed headed for a showdown n the Holiday Festival Basketball whefe the titlemay be decided on how rJerry Lucas and Tony Jackson fare in their own private skirmish The topranked Buckeyes and the fourthranked Redmen passed their final tests Thursday night before next weeks tourney action All America Lucas scored 30 points in leading Ohio State to an 8473 victory over Detroit ranked No 6 and Jacksons 26 points led unbeaten St Johns over Gonza ga 9769 St Louis was crowned winner of the Kentucky Invitational Tour ney when it pulled out a 7472 overtime triumph over the host Kentucky Wildcats Buckeyes Get Scare Unbeaten Ohio State was given a scare early in the game when the Titans jumped to an eight point lead midway in the first half but the Buckeyes reeled off 14 straight points to take a lead they never gave up The 69 Lu cas a member of the Olym pic squad this summer poured in 11 field goals and hit 8 of 11 from the free throw line in heading the Ohio State attack He also col lected 22 rebounds Mel Nowell chipped in 18 and Mel Siegfried 16 for the winners Charlie North topped Detroit with 25 points while Titan ace Dave De Busschere was hampered by personal fouls and scored only 14 points Jackson performing under the watchful eye of New York Knick erbocker coach Carl Braun re sponded with another fine shot ing effort 31 field goals and 4 for 5 from the foul line as the Redmenradded their sixth victory A Promising Pro I think Jackson can make the pros as a said Braun Hes very quick for his height has wonderful hands and possesses a terrific long jump Only a 33point effort by Gon tens with 19 points while Billy ickert of Kentucky took game lonors with 29 In the consolation round Cali orriia routed Illinois 7254 with he Bears Bill McClintock leading he way with 16 points Gain Aluminum Victories Arkansas and Texas Southwest Conference powers posted their second victories in the Aluminum Bowl Tourney at Little Rock Ark The Razorbacks downed Tennes see 8975 and the Longhorns nipped Alabama 7978 as two Southeast Conference teams went down to defeat twice in the two day event In other games Utah tuned up for the Holiday Festival with a 10575 romp over Los Angeles State little Dave Fahs 29 points paced Michigan Stateover Iowa State 9281 Oklahoma handed Texas Tech its seventh loss of the season 7556 Virginia Techs Chris Smith tallied 29 points in the Gobblers 10675 win over South Carolina and tenthranked Kan sas clipped San Francisco 6043 with Bill Bridges tossing in 20 points for the Jayhawks S LEBANON VARSITY WINS South Lebanon S L Alumni G F P 19 Starry Light WoUe Herr Tschudy Messinger Ryland Krisslnjer South Lebanon 9 21 13 j Light Alumni 1213 14 LeGay Referees Kealh t Werth Haifij ircen Speraw PUntin chroll Miilcr Swanger Checkct zagas Frank Burgess the na tions leading scorer kept the Bulldogs within range of Joe Lap chicks crew St Louis which has lost only to Ohio State in eight starts ral lied to edge the Wildcats on Tom Kieffers onehander in the final seconds Kieffer topped the Billi 146 Hublcr 3 7 Balm 102 Wise 5 3 3 S 4 14 Stautner 000 Homer 000 c r P 1 2 5 616 317 0 0 D 4 16 2 13 TODAYS PARADE By OSCAR FRALEY MIAMI Fla UPDMiamis Itrapolite Alphonse and Gaslon act to obtain the third Floyd Pat ersonlngemar Johansson title ight came to a happy ending to lay and Willie The Beard Gil cnberg went gratefully back to lis rasslers Willie over the past few days iad been playing the Alphonse to sportsman Bill MacDonalds gra cious Gaston In the aftcryou Alphonse maneuverings of these wo patently civicminded citizens Villie hastily withdrew a half million dollar offer when he was old he might be fouling up the works Thus MacDonald won without contest the dubious honor of Dankrolling the March 20 rematch or a mere investment of Glad To Be Out said the Beard nib Ding his perennial 10 oclock shadow Im glad to be out The promoter may have a little trouble in this one and putting on rasslin shows is got to be easier They never stick you up the And MacDonald a pinkchecked innocent in the murky depths o the boxing world well may be the victim of a slick up even though he is a willing target in this heist I dont figure to make a quar ter out of asserts MacDon aid whose sports training ha been in the comparatively inno cent byways of baseball and horse racing Jf I break even Im lucky wanted to see the fight come Willie the Beard might have said I seen my duty and I done ere and there After all xpecting a tough ball game Mis ouri looks very rough Its a wellcoached ball club and a good Hardin who led Navy to a 91 ecord this season that included win over Army said the Mid ie football squad went on Christ mas leave Saturday He said layers would report in Miami Ihristmas Day and two practice essions daily were planned for Dec 26 and 27 Same Starting Eleven Then well see what need Lom ha added Hardin said the Navy lineup for he Orange Bowl would be ame starting eleven he used vir ually all season the big gun f course being halfback Joe Bel no everybodys choice for Ail merica and recipient of a host f other national honors Hal Spooner the signal caller vho was out much of the season vith an ankle injury but came ack to lead Navy near the end s Hardins choice to start at uarterback What will Navy be looking for n Missouri which also played in he Orange Bowl last year Well be concentrating on de ending against Missouril run Hardin explained be ause they have relied on tha xwerT all year They throw the xill sparingly This means were oing to adjust our defenses to a Hardin Sounds Confident Hardin was asked whether ha elt the long Christmas leave lomirig on the heels of a post eason layoff might take the dge off his team I dont know lie aid but both teams hada lay off so it should be about Navy works off the Tformation vith halfbacks as well as the quarterback throwing and every play offering an option On tha defense the Tars utilize a rela ively stationary line with a so called jitlerbugging secondary What about the outcome of the amc All Hardin would say was Were going down there deter mined to Hed make no prediction but he sounded confi dent up twelve The losers closed the gap to our points at the conclusion of the third chapter but of range for keeps in the fourth stanza as the Sports went on to win 5241 The Sports scoring was well balanced with Tony Miller lead ing the way with a dozen count ers Gil Johnson tallying eleven and Nino Frank and Ed Johnson dumping in ten markers Clayt Edwards finished as the lone two column for Hock leys with ten points Kleinfeltersviue its adversaries in en route to victory in the nights opening attraction Lynn Dula bohn fired in 16 points to lead the way and Lyle Krall and Den ny Brubaker bothaccounted for 14 Len Leininger paced the weak Salem attack with 15 markers of important Church League games fill the bill tonight at the with St Johns AME meeting 7th Street Luth eran in the opener and Salem tangling with Richland UC of C in the nightcap Kleinfeltersville G F P Shenk Krall Dulahohn 0 E Balmer 3 V Balmer 1 Brubaker 3 Salem Lutheran G f P Once Run By Either one would have done wel to break even in the mitt ma chinations which have mad heavyweight championship fight a sometime thing There was ai era in which it was a busines run by experts Tex Rickarc didnt know a heavyweight frorr a hamburger but he was a pro motional genius Jack Dock Kearns had no idea about bank but he talked millions and mad they needed for contract was to strike hands Now there is so much scene shifting and contractual hop scotch that the fight itself is onl a byproduct for assorted group playing a fistic stock market Thi effort set some sort of a new record Feature Sports meaning th Fugazy family of Uncle Jack an nephew Bill plus various law yers and oddlyassorted aides bought a pig in a poke when they purchased the first IngoFloy fight woes from Bill Rosensohn It was and remained an amateu night production with strange ii this hoodlumridden era the fight ers making most of the money This is to say Johansson and Pal terson the latter claying a dcdi cated Trilby to Manager Cu DAfnatos Svengali New Sheep To Be Shorn f Thedelay m arranging a third in JH fht was Feature Sports in sistence on a bigger cut this time arounu it reacned such razor Bruins Top Black Hawks For 3rd Time In Boston j UNITED PRESS INTEENATIONAL The Boston Bruins wouldnt scrambling with Nevr York Elangers to stay out the Na tional Hockey League cellar if they could play the Chicago Black Hawks every day The Bruins have won only icven games all season but they beat the Hawks for the third time on Boston ice 42 Thursday night to move into a fifthplace tie with the idle Rangers The Bruins made good on their first two shots of the dre Pronovost connecting at of the first period and rookie Aut Erickson scoring 37 seconds later Leo Labine also scored for the Bruins at to give them a 31 lead at the end of the period Murray Balfour scored his 13th and 14th goals of the season for the Black Hawks who are four points behind thirdplace Detroit and seven ahead of the Rangers and Bruins NHL SUndlnfi W L T GF GA 20 8 4 44 121 Toronto IS 10 6 38 104 82 Detroit 14 11 R 34 32 90 ChScaRo New York Boston 11 13 S 30 95 3 18 5 23 110 7 17 3 23 84 107 College Basketball KAST St Johns N Y 97 69 New York U 64 Lone Island U 81 Geneva 65 Catholic u 52 SOUTH KrnlickT U Invitational St Louii 74 Kentucky 72 Wihe 408 7 0 14 Arnold 6 4 IS Hoke 1 1 Leininger 1 7 Remllnger 2 4 Engle 8 14 Sullivan 000 wielding proportions that there was a noticeable coolness even between the Fugazys who once regarded their association almost as that of father and son Now the New YorkSwedish combine obviously has quit cut ting each other up because there are new sheep to be shorn Mac Donald has been elected Santa Glaus This is obvious when you con sider that the fight will be held well past Miamis peak tourist season plus the fact that the amaj n 4Jteurs still are in charge by elecl 5 isitjon Feature Sports should worry 3 i about the gate 08 Memphis St Ill Missouri Mint I 50 Virginia Tech 106 So Carolina 75 MIDWEST Michigan St 92 Iowa St 81 Wahash 63 Butler 61 Ohio St 84 Detroit 73 SOUTHWEST Aluminum Bowl Tournament At ik Ark id Texas 79 76 Oklahoma 75 Texas Tech 55 WEST Utah IDS Loi Angelei St 76 Kansas 60 San V 43 Brigham Young 66 Kent St 51 ADVERTISEMENT Totals 16 941 Totals 24 18 64 I by Periods II Kleinfclterivllle EUB 17 16 14 1764 I Salem Lutheran 12 3 6 j Referees Brandt James Total 19 19 57 Totals Score by Periods 17 16 50 G F P fi 6 18 Miller 0 1 1 Pfautz 000 Shcrtzer 317 Speraw o 2 Ion Singer F P Becker S 1 17 Minnlch Wagner S 0 18 Brandt Grubb 8 2 13 Saltier 6 2 14 Templin 204 Hcaey Caldos 408 Bixler Burkholder 5 0 10 Scheer Boyer G f P 1 0 2 204 204 7 4 18 7 4 IBf 0 0 fl 4 2 10 102 24 10 53 0 2 Stoll Alumni OFF 1 0 2 3 0 IS 21 18 22 0 0 1 Weaver 1 Rissfer Smith Homer 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 Totals 42 5 89 Score by Periods CleaverBrooks 15 17 10 Referees Kirk Homickell Icb Sports G F P Frank 4 2 10 Arnold nocldeyi G F P Jack Sinaer 000 K Johnson 5 0 10 Granger Totals I 1032 Totals 12 731 Score by Periods S Lebanon Jayvees 9 88 Alumni Jayvees 9 3 37 Referees Hitter t Zimmerman G Johnson 5 1 11 Sullivan 403 Lantz 6 o 12 Kreitzer Oil Focht 000 Edwards Kreiscr Kleinfclter Miller Bowie Bruckef KORLEBCO ALUMNI Korlebco If S Norlebco Alumni B Leaver 2 G F P Allison Stouffer J Leaver Stickler Wood Rough G F P 4 R Bomber 4 2 10 4 Reber B I 13 2 4 Weirich 102 2 R Dinner 7 3 17 2 2 B Benslng 3 2 1 9 Kcrkeslager i 1 9 10 Totals 17 7 41 Scoic by Periods Norlebco H S Totals 22 9 53 12 II 5 Alumni 14 17 10 9 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 4 1 0 0 10 1 5 Totals 21 4 52 Totals Score by Periods Lebanon 12 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