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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and strips Burgess maintains Lead in three Way Battle for. College scoring honors by the awol rated Prem a tight three Man race has developed for the individual Point making championship in College basketball. Latest figures compiled by the National collegiate athletic bureaus How that Frank Burgess of Gonzaga a former Star with the Safe Germany District Hahn Hawks still is the Leader with a 32.5-Point average for 22 games but he is not reach of two hot pursuers. Tom Coilton East Tennessee state is averaging 3l3 Points and Tom Stith St. Bonaventure is clipping along at 30.2. Most teams have another week some with three or four More lions9 rebels management end squabble Detroit russells Rusty Callow famed collegiate and olympic rowing coach died of a heart attack Here at the age onto. Death came to Callow in his deep at a Phoenix resort where he was spending a month s Vaca Tion with his wife. Dorothy. He had been in i health for several years. Callow whose name was almost synonymous with rowing produced probably the greatest eight cared Crew the world has Ever known the Navy Winner of the 1952 olym pets at Helsinki. Led Washington University of Washington graduate he was Captain of i screw in 1915, then served As coach from 1922-1928, winning three National championships. He then went to the University of Pennsylvania where in 22 years he tutored the Only two oarsmen Ever to win the Amateur athletic Union s coveted Sullivan award. Their were Jack Kelly brother of Princess Grace of Monaco and Joe bade present Penn rowing coach both winners in the Dia mond sculls at Henley England. Callow an olympic coach for 20 of his 37 years in the profession accepted the rowing Post at the naval Academy in 1950 and re ,maine4 there until his retirement in 1959. Games before girding for tournament Competition. For the first time in recent years no one Man is dominating the scoring picture among major teams. Burgess average of 32.5, which gives him the Lead for the fourth straight week is the lowest Pace setting Mark at this stage in four years and the second lowest in eight. Third occurrence however this is Only the third time in the modern Era that As Many As three sharpshooters have been above the 30-Potnt level in late february. The previous year were 1955 and 1958. While College basketball has produced higher scorers in the past it never has come up with a pair of dead eyes to compare with Jerry Lucas of Ohio state and red Boyero Lafayette in accuracy. Lucas seventh in the individual scoring standards leads the accuracy list with 63.9 per cent of his goals made in attempts from the floor. Boyer has a 63 per cent average. The cab which keeps close Check on these things says such accuracy is unparalleled. Free throw accuracy accuracy from the free throw line also is at an Al time High. Oregon s Denny Strickland top this department with 88.8 per cent of his attempts and Ohio state s Larry Siegfried follows with 88.l these and other figures make it easy to understand Why Ohio state leads the associated press basketball poll with an unbeaten record. Lucas also is the country s rebound Leader recovering 19.7 per cent of the Chroming Basket balls in his games. The buckeyes Lead in marksmanship from the foul line a a a team with a .772 average Well ahead of runner Tulane s .762. St. Bonaventure is the team of sense Leader with 905 Points a game with Memphis state and West Virginia tied for second at 85.7 and Ohio state next at 85.6. San Jose state tops the defense list for the second straight week allowing 48.7 Points a game. Santa Clara 49.4 is second. The individual scoring leaders 0 pc it to a. T Burtess. Genzana 22 263 190 716 32.3 2-Cfcilton. East Tennessee 22 261 167 689 31.3 3-Stitii. St. Bonaventur 4.mcciii. Utah a of Schiager. Purdue 6-Wajker. Bradley 7-Lucas, Ohio state 8-cbmp�ll. War Forest 9 Warnor. Gettys Bun 10 Fele holy Cress 21 260 is 633 30.2 22 244 127 613 28.0 19 178 134 310 28.8 23 219 138 596 23.9 20 193 119 309 23.5 21 193 140 326 25.0 21 192 141 525 29.0 18 173 101 447 24.8 in Sham. Blady a. ? a. W Mays of Phoenix a giants Spring training scamp and toll i m Here in Good strap e and ready to play the Rookie manager replied to his .$85,000 Cente fielder Here s a4 Glove. We re glad to i i she 4T Mays grounded like Many other ballplayers by the Alolf nerf made the Cross country trip from new York after his Brief visit to the giants Camp at Phoenix Munici drum he and his wife went House Hunting. To a also reporting Welt in Advance of the general1 opening of Camp no monday was Don Blasingame who Toboc some batting the pitchers who have been working but since wednesday y Bob Schmidt regular Catcher and Sherman Jones a Relief a tether also were thursday arrivals bringing the roster to 18. College scores by the associated press basketball 0�ko 112. Seton Hall 7b North Carolina state 78. Viha Neva 65 m. Bonaventura 99, Siena 37 St. John s by lit 83. Marquett 09 Nyu 70. Wake Forest is air Force 73. Valparaiso 66 Cincinnati 81. Houston 80 Bradley 37. Wichita 36 8t Louis 72. Tul a 68 provident m. Lemoyne . So holy Cross 122. Fair Lem 94 Oklahoma City 71. Loyola new Orleans 4 Vii 163. Fora Ian ii Rhode i Laad 67. Siren Ffield m Benton u. 66. Tulle 56 Miami fat 85, Mere head icy 7 draft s3. Texas state i Montana m. Utah state 38 Utah 95. Brigham Yoni 58 Denver 38, now Mexico 37 Caset cd 86. Alle Tuncay 57 Middlebury 31. Rpm 47 Harbour 83. Hobart 73 Cresnen 93. Bluffton 82 Lamar teen 77, Southeastern 88 Trinity Tou 70, lutheran m standings by the associated press National basketball Assn. Eastern division l pet Baton 48 21 .687 Philant Lohla 49 28 .388 Syra etim 35 32 .322 new Yerk 20 48 .294 Western division w l pet St Lault 43 23 .832 los Anotle 31 38 .449 Detroit 30 40 .429 Cincinnati 29 42 .408 thursday s results Philadelphia 129. Detroit 121 Syracuse 144, St. Louis 116 Only games scheduled National hockey league w l t p 6f a Toronto 34 17 77 Montreal 33 17 9 73 Chicago 24 21 14 62 Detroit 21 23 14 36 new York 19 31 9 47 Bitett 12 34 13 37 thursday s results Detroit s. Boston 3 Toronto 4. Montreal 2 Only games scheduled 203 214 162 162 170 148 134 164 134 173 203 209 Drexel Grid Pilot quits for business Philadelphia a Jack Hinkle has resigned As head foot Ball coach at Drexel Institute of technology it was announced by athletic director Douglass t. Greene. Hinkle in a letter to the faculty committee on intercollegiate athletics says he is giving up coach ing because of his business interests. The i960 season was Hinkle s third As Drexel s head football coach. For seven years he was both scout and assistant under his predecessor Eddie Allen. N p a b � Karn a 78. Hasting 73 St promo glue 87. Aurora 78emporia state 83. Fort Hays state 68 put Tiburzi Kan 78. St. Benedicts Kan .74 Froit Tauri 87, Waynesboro a 75 Bleem Fjald 81. Seton hair Peterson Bruch 79 St Melba Al a & Delphia Phillies coach second Golf tour Namer Days Here thursday Lunder Par 68 in the foe baseball players tourney i a Wirey won.1 the netball players Golf Chi Miami sunday. Thursday Lowrey is 34svover the 6,215- Golf club course to b Peanut. Aneth Philip manager Gene Mai tied for second at 71 Atmore coach Ai Vincent a Vincent grabbed an bag on the final Hole of the18-Hole tournament for his t new York Yankee Patch Terry was next witha Waner s Hall of Famer Xhu Chicago White sox Lopez a 78, Phillie Pitche Roberts a 79 and Lee wait innate outfielder also a 79 about a Active players coaches and Man played in the championship. Skiing condition Garmisch 3 feet skiing at Zug Spitze Eck Eidsee he Usberg Tore 19-34 degree Clear forecast no Chang Berch Tesla 3,000-5,000 feet r ski tag top Rossfeld temperate degrees weather Clear of no change. 5 off Lessee skin Pena her _. Wink Rauschberg Terri weather

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