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FOR SALE I FOR SALE
1960 ENGLISH FORD—newly painted,' DAVENPORTS, overstuffed Chairs. break
snow tires. Priced reasonably. Phone fast sets, simile or double beds, chest of
237-7149.. drawers, dressers, tables and desks.
Hoy's Used Furniture, lust oft Mountain
St., Lemont. 238-0420. Open 6.9 p.m.
FOR SALE: 7 pair HEAD Skis, CUBCO
bindings, 6' 3"-570. I pair wood skis,.
Northland bindings, plastic bottoms-540. 1 HI NK I SPEED-FITS lust broken in.
Poles, 53"-510. Mens size 8 CORTINA 1 Originally 573,95—make oiler. Also AET
boots with tree-530. Cas Rip ski rack - Iton clips 237-7537.
SM. Call Gerry, UN 5.8864.
'SBPLYMOUTFCGood conditiOn. USED E.G Equipment Drawing Set,
power steering, snow tires. Call 238.1656 Triangles, Curves, etc. and Slide Rule
after 6:00. Ask for Mal. (Dettlgen). Call anytime 238.8176.
TWO TYPEWRITERS One ts a portable,
both in very good condition. 527 50 each.
'Call 238-3223 between 6 p.m. and 8 P ns.
V-M TAPE RECORDER including attach
merits and five tapes 580 00. Call Tony
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'57 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. White, black
top, skirts, gauges, floor-shift, ' , St 283 c.t.
5700 with 7 . race 283 c.i. 5800. Trophy
winner. '35 Ford Coupe, Mercury engine.
ICE CUBE machine, 100 lbs /day. Used.
Will accept highest bid. Call 237.2251, ask
BACHELOR - APARTMENT, 1 , 2 rooms
Private entrance, kitchen. $50.00 1 mos
TWO ROMMATES needed to share 3-man
efficiency apartment. Call Ted or Jim
ROOMS FOR RENT—Nittany Avenue
DOUBLE ROOM for two male students
2' blocks from College Ave. Call 237.
DISHWASHER WANTED. Cat! 238-2257
ask for caterer.
WORK DESIRED for guitarist. Eight
years experience. Will read, fake, sing
Call Bill UN 5-3550.
ROOMMATE TO share house with two
grad engineers. Call 238-4005 noon or eve
MALE STUDENT to share attractive
apartment in Houserville. S3O per month.
Need car. Call 238-2233 after 6.00 p.m.
DISHWASHERS NEEDED. Call Sigma Pi
ask for treasurer, 237-4928.
TWO BOYS to work 2nd periods Tues
day-Saturday; 52 an hour. Call 238.3501
between 8 and 9 p.m.
PROOFREADERS FOR Daily Collegian
Hours begin at 11:00 p.m. Call UN 5-2531.
Ask for Dave Bolbach.
ONE MAN to share large 3-room apart
ment with two senior engineers, three
blocks from campus. Call 238-3179.
KITCHEN HELP wanted. Call 23g-3021, 1
ask for Cookie.
EUROPEAN JOBS—travel grants for all NEW C ILEGE -DINR
students. Liefguerding, office work etc.
For prospectus application send SI. Dept. - • I o
C, Asis. 22 Avenue De La Limberte, ,
Luxembourg City, Grand Duchy of Luxem- pospntown Between the Movies
NOTICE ALWAYS OPEN
ATTENTION SOCIAL CHAIRMEN: For
rush jemmies, pledge formals, tops in
music for any occasion—THE COLLE- I TV RENTALS by doe,
GIANS. For bookings contact Jeff Brown, week, month
DESPERATE—Lost Navy Blue Convoy
Coat, Sheller Tuesday It's cold outside.
If found please call Sherry UN 5.7868.
OLIVE CA RCOAT with hood. Leather
straps. Brown glasses, set of keys con-1
tained within. Lost in cab December 12.
Call Fred Hetzel at 238-3074.
ATTENTION, MEMBERS OF Graduate 1
Newman Club. The first social of the
winter term will be held Sunday, January
12, 1964 at 8 . 30 p.m. 531 W. Fairmount ,
Avenue. New members welcome.
MEN YOU WILL think you don't have,
the same hair on your head if you enjoy
the benefits of having your hair razor;
cut at Davidson's Barber Shop. For zip.;
Pointment phone 238-0612.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE of Physics pre
sects The Ultimate Speed. Tuesday, 109
Osmond Lab at 7:15 p.m.
NEWMAN CLUB open business meeting!
and Informal Breakfast. Sunday Jan. 12:
after 9:15 Mass in the Chapel Lounge.
FOR BEST RESULTS
USE COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIEDS
SINGING NUN RECORD
on stock at 0. W. Hauls & Son.
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Also twenty different classical
records. Four for 53.00. Famous
names such as Bach, Beethoven.
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THE DAILY COLLEGIAN, UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
Lion lagers Beat Peru;
Weiss, Donato Pace Win
By JIM BUKATA
It was nothing more than a
good workout for Penn State's
basketball team last night as
the Lions handed the Peru
Olympic team its third succes
sive loss, 87-61, at Rec Hall.
All 12 ballplayers who saw
action scored as coach John
Egli prepared his squad for to
morrow's big clash against the
Pitt Panthers in Pittsburgh.
"All in all this was not one
of our better performances,"
Egli said after the game, "but
we've not played a game for
a week and a half either."
The Lions were never in
trouble as they hit the first
four shots they took from the
field to take a quick 9-2 lead.
The Peruvians cut the margin
to 9-8 and a little later to 15-13
but that was as close as they
"They just don't have the
experience in the backcourt to
be very effective," Egli said.
"Those two Duarte brothers
that played the post are tough
though. I'd take either one of
Ricardo Duarte, the leading
scorer for the Peru squad had
a poor night as he hit only 4
of 17 shots from the field. He
did wind up as his team's top
scorer with 16 points. In addi-
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tion the 6-7 forward led all
rebounders with 11.
His brother Raul pumped in
12 points before fouling out
with over 13 minutes remain
ing in the game. Thomas San
gio hit for 11 markers.
The Lions backcourt duo of
Bob Weiss and Bobby Donato
again led the Lions in scoring
although both played only a
GFP G F P
Malinchak 3 1.1 7 E. Duarte 4 1-1 9
Saunders 3 1.1 7 Ric. Duarte 4 8.13 16
Clinton 2 2.2 6 Benalcazar 1 0.0 2 1
Weiss 6 8.9 20 Sangio 5 1.1 11
Donato 6 2.2 14 Raul Duarte 5 2.2 12'
Roseboro 2 2-3 6 Guzman 2 0.0 4
Reed 1 2-3 4 saldarriaga 1 0.0 2
Avillion 3 2-2 8 Sevilla 1 0.0 2
Marin 2 0.0 4 Vl9O 0 1.1 1
Step'nausky 1 1.3 3 Vargas 1 0-0 2
Care 3 1.3 7
Ludwig 0 1.2 1
Totals 32 73-31 87 Totals 24 13-18 61
Halftime score—Penn State 45, Peru 33
little more than half the game.
Weiss, who has been averag
ing close to 25 points a game
since mid-December, connected
for 20 points while his running
mate hit for 14.
Jim McGregor, the coach of
the Peruvians would not put
himself on the spot when he
was asked to compare State
and Pitt but Ricardo Duarte
said the Pant hers were
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"1 think whichever team
higher for the game will win,"
McGregor said. "Your team has
two exceptional guards espe
cially that boy Weiss."
Egli kept his first five in the
game for the first 15 minutes of
the contest before substituting
an entire unit. When the
change was made the Lions
held a 39-26 lead. With the
reserves in Peru cut one point
off the margin to make it 45-33
The Lions opened the lead
to 20 points early in the second
half and Egli kindly cleared
the bench' to keep the score
"This gave our reserves a
chance to see some action," the
Lion coach continued. "They
haven't played too much this
year because the games have
been too tight and I've had to
go with my regulars."
The Lions managed to shoot
46 percent from the field com
pared with the Peruvians 32
"Our boys can score from the
inside," McGregor said. "Once
we get some men who can
shoot from the outside our
game will improve. Until then
it's just going to take time and
a lot of hard work and prac
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Peruvians Show Effects
Of Rugged Road Tour
By IRA MILLER, Assistant Sports Editor
There is more than one way
to see. the world—and the
Peruvian National basketball
team is rapidly learning that
their way is far from the best.
The South Americans, who
appeared at Rec Hall last night
on the third leg of their 12-
game tour of the United States
already appear to be showing
the effects of their whirlwind
travels. And next week they
play Ohio State, Wichita and
Kansas State on successive
Jim McGregor, the veteran!
Peruvian coach said he has no
solution for the effects of
traveling but that he would
probably start a two-platoon
system for their next game',
against Kentucky Wesleyan.
Peru lost its opener Monday
night against Oglethorpe in At
lanta, then fell before Pitt
Tuesday in Pittsburgh. When
the trip is done, they will have
gone about 8,000 miles in 20
days—with probably nothing
to show for it but some souve
niers and a dozen losses
"We're learning things,
though," McGregor said, "and
this is about the only way
(traveling) we can learn. The
American kids start so much,
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younger than we do so they
have a lot more experience.
And they just keep popping
those shots in like nothing at
McGregor retused to be put
on the limb about tomorrow
night's Pitt-State game, but
Peru's top player, Ricardo
Duarte, gave the nod to the
"Pitt is much stronger than
Penn State and they hurt you
more underneath," Duarte said
through an interpreter.
The 6-8 Duarte, one of 'three
brothers playing for the Peru
team, had what for him is an
ff night as he scored 16 points.
He hit on just 4 of 17 field
Nineteen-year old Rau 1,
youngest of the Duarte broth
ers and tallest Peruvian at 6-9,
reportedly is interested' in at
tending an American univer
sity. Raul; who scored 12 points
last night, wants to major in
"We'll even give him a comfy
spot to take his afternoon sies-
tas," Lion assistant- coach Joe
Tocci quipped. A major stumb
ling block, however, appears to
be Raul's inability to speak
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