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Page 144 text:
The Maryville BearcaTs proved To be a iinx once again, The Indians
losing To Them 66-60 in anoTher overTime game.
Playing aT Rolla on February 6, The lndians had one of Their besT
oTTensive nighTs, BiTTer, in usual sTyle, poured Through 32 poinTs
Freshman Bill Ciessing proved ThaT he Too vvas capable oT scoring
vvell in varsiTy compeTiTion as he made l7 poinTs, The Tinal
score read 99-55.
A lasT-minuTe rally Tell Tive poinTs shorT and The Cape STaTers
dropped an 82-77 game To CBC oT lvlemphis, February 9. Ron
Cray led Cape scorers vviTh 2l poinTs, Tollovved by Bill Ciessing
Records Tell as The Indians beat Arkansas STaTe lO3-79, The
Cape Team passed The lOO mark vviTh The eTTorTs oT sophomore
sensaTion Carl RiTTer, vvho racked up 42 poinTs, Thereby break-
ing a scoring mark held by Don DeTerding oT The i956 squad.
RiTTer TurTher padded his scoring record vvhen he Threvv in 33
againsT Rolla To lead The Indians To an 88-79 vvin aT Rolla on
February l6 l-lemmer played an excellenT game and dominaTed
The backboards ThroughouT The evening.
Kirksvilles conTerence-leading Bulldogs dovvned The Indians
96 To 86 in a Thriller played February l5 aT Kirksville. Carl BiTTer
again sTole The shovv by hiTTing l6 ouT oT l7 Tree Throvvs and
scoring a ToTal oT31l poinTs.
Cray pumps for two against a tough C.B.S.
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RITTER COX, Team Captain BLAINE
In a ten-day stretch trom january 9 to january I9, the Indians played seven games. Otticial IVIIAA
play opened with the Northwest Bearcats victorious, The tinal score read 39-38 Coing to St.
Louis the next night, the Indians again lost a very close game to Concordia Seminary, 64-61, The
Springtield Bears journeyed to Cape and once again handed the Indians a 64-6l deteat. Carl
Ritter scored Zl points, showing the torm which was to make him the high scorer tor the Con-
terence, Uncle Sam's Army came down from Fort Leonard Wood on january I9, and the Indians
made it two in a row by deteating them 83 to 78, The Tribe returned to the scene ot their tourna-
ment triumph and picked up another conference victory by deteating Kirksville 66-62.
Setting the pace trom the beginning ot the game and maintaining it throughout, the Indians de-
teated the nationally-ranked Arkansas State College roundballers at jonesboro 75-64 Returning
to their own conference, the Indians beat the Warrensburg lylules in a thrilling come-trom-behind
contest. Carl l2itter's 3I points and an ettectiye tull-court press proyided the comeback which
threw the game into oyertime, Ron Cray sank the winning shot as the buzzer sounded to end the
overtime period, 76-74.
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Eirst place, Conterence Tournarnent
N, W, Mo, State
SW, Mo, State
Et, Leonard Wood
NE Mo. State
Central Mo. State
NNN, Mo, State
NE. Mo. State
Central Mo, State
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Arkansas Stater tries unsuccessfully to block Ritter's record-break g
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