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After an even first quarter, the Varsity cagers pulled away from Williams to win their third straight game 89-17 Saturday evening at the Purple's gymnasium.
Williams, playing a defensive game throughout, was unable to cope with a strong Crimson attack. The ability of the winners to get the ball off the backboard enabled them to control the ball for the greater part of the encounter.
Red Lowman again took scoring honors with 12 points, nosing out Captain Vern Struck, who amassed 10. Fred Heckel tallied six points, while John Herrick at center was outstanding for his work under the basket.
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