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ST. JOHN'S 79-TEMPLE 81
Again a big man spells the doom of the St.
John's Redmen . . . this one, Nelson Bobb, hits
with deadly accuracy from outside for 29 points
completely quelling the Redmen hopes of victory
. . . Temple, though, has to win in overtime as
Templemen come from behind to knot score as
final whistle sounds . . . Redmen in possession
of ball during the last few seconds of game . . .
try for one basket . . . Calabrese misses from
outside . Overtime! lead changes in favor of
Temple, Lerner hits on a long set . . . Calabrese
ties it up again . . . Borsavage scores a pair of
fouls . . . Finn hooks one in . . . l-latkevich puts
Temple ahead again . . . Summer's tap dead-
locks contest . . . Bobb hits from corner . . .
McGuire awarded two foul shots . . . misses first,
scores second . . . Borsavage cages foul shot for
last point of game. . . Finn breaks for basket,
misses layup shot as whistle sounds ending
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ST. JOHN'S 61-HCFSTRA 49
Redmen journey to Hemstead, Long Island to rack up easy but unimpressive win
over Flying Dutchmen . . . Summer high for St. John's with l7. Everyone gets into the
scoring act as St. John's opens up ten point bulge, cut to eight at half, 35-27 . . .
Hofstra comes back in second half but can get no closer than 37-30 . . . Summer, Cala-
brese, and Dick help to widen gap to nineteen and ice contest.
ST. JOHN'S 57-ST. FRANCIS 43
Annual Terrier-Redman fray takes on added significance . . . victory needed to fulfill
Frank McGuire's pre-season hopes of fifteen wins . . . possibility of tourney bid also
riding on outcome. As game opens, Redmen almost drive Terrier back into dressing room
with torrid Zl points in first ten minutes . . . Summer, playing far and away his best
ball, gets eight of his nineteen points in this surge . . . Terriers turn tables and outscore
Redmen, l5-6 for remaining ten minutes, paring St. John's edge to 27-l9 at halftime
. . . St. Francis takes floor after intermission and battle to 32-3l after seven minutes
. . . Tolan suprises with two setshots from the corner and St. John's is in front to stay
. . . St. John's opens up fourteen point spread with Summer the big gun, scoring layups,
one handers, and hooks from all angles . . . Mulzoff turns in brilliant defensive job on
Terrier high scorer Tom Gallagher, limiting him to one field goal and eight fouls . . .
Dick McGuire almost overshadowed by Summer's performance, is awarded CYO "most
valuable" trophy for second consecutive year.
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ST. JOHN'S 71-NEW YORK 64
Dick McGuire sings his "swan song" as a collegiate competi-
tor in the Garden . . . plays merry tune on Violet harp as he
personally humbles Howard Cann's troupe, a vital step in the
march to the mythical City title . . . Dick scores l4 points, feeds
his mates lO assists . . . Violets grab early 5-O advantage, Red-
men quickly match count and move ahead . . . N Y U jittery
. . . Red and White, ahead during most of first half, lag and
Violets move out in front in closing minutes . . . with seconds
remaining, Dombrosky cages layup, is fouled and converts to
knot count at 33-all at the buzzer . . . Violets wilt under second
half St. John's surge . . . Redmen grab eleven point lead, 44-33
. . . NYU fights back, pulls to within 62-59, but Dick delivers
two sensational game clinching layups, ending the Violet drive
. . . Calabrese tops for the Vincentians in scoring, amassing 20
ST. JOHN'S 64-BROOKLYN COLLEGE 55
The supposedly docile Kingsmen, who had only beaten the
Redmen once in seventeen tries, throw a scare into the high-
flying Vincentians before succumbing, 64-55 . . . meager turn-
out sees surprisingly hard-fought tussle as Al Baggett's hopped-
up quintet refuses to be awed . . . game tied eleven times . . .
Redmen, expecting a breather, visibly shaken by Brooklyn de-
termination . . . A pair of mighty mites, Al Kaplan and Mike
Ditomasso, of B.C., steal show . . . St. .lohn's enjoys slim half-
time margin, 35-33, thanks to Tolan's last second onehander
. . . In second half, determined Kingsmen refuse to crack, stay
with St, John's for fifteen minutes . . . McGuire brothers spark
final Indian spurt to victory.
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