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“Shot Gun” Counters
“Shot Gun” Counters
Item IDEgyptian19610203stepped.tif
Title"Shot Gun" Counters
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionSaluki Harold "Sonry" Bardo hit from the field to make it, 90-87.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1961 February 3
Volume42
Issue29
SectionSports
Page(s)4
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionUniversity Archives: Daily Egyptian Diversity Articles Index
Transcript"Shot Gun" Counters

Saluki Harold "Sonry" Bardo hit from the field to make it, 90-87. Once again it was Johnson who wouldn't call it quits, the Olympic alternate hit a 25-footer to cut the margin to one. 90-89.
The scorekeeper incorrectly registered the score as 98-90, Tennessee's favor. When he did correct his error, he posted an incorrect 90-88 score, SIU's favor.
So when Southern's Vaughn stepped up to the free throw line seconds later after an intentional foul, with three seconds remaining, it was thought that he could put the game on ice. Actually his first charity toss only upped the difference to two points. "Sweet Charlie" missed the second shot but time ran out on the visiting Tigers and Southern had its revenge, 91-89.

Vaughn, Spila, Bardo Star

Johnson led all scorers with 25 tallies. Vaughn paced the victors with 23 and Spila and Bardo added 21 points apiece. It was the first time Spila ever started for Gallatin's cagers.
State's seven-foot one-inch center, George Finley, tallied 17 points. Porter Merriwether, another Olympic alternate, contributed 16 markers.
Spila, starting in place of forward Randy McClary, held Tennessee's freshman sensation, Bobby Edmonds, to a mere seven points.
The largest lead of the evening was a seven-point bulge, midway in the first half, 19-12 with Southern on top. Thee score at the intet mission was 50-47., SIU's favor.

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