Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 7
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Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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f AOI I ANDERSON DAILY IUUITIH FtlDAY, NOVIMIIR f. 19<2 Indians Need Win Tonight To Clinch Fourth Place THE MARTIN'S NEST- by JACK OUR •OARDIM HOVU M/LKM HOOfil ANDERSON ries. to defeat the Bcr- When you need money wi hive Ihe answer— '25 To '500 And we like to do busine with people like youl Call f writ* or com* t'nf Palmer And Snead Pace U.S. Team By SAM SUMMERL1N SAN ISIDRO, Argentina (AP>— The 01' Hillbilly from West Virginia had a new nickname today as Ihe 10th annual Canada Cup and International Trophy Golf Tournament moved into the second round with the United States in front, as expected. The man from the hills. Sam Snead, and mighty Arnold Palmei each fired a 2-under-par 68 on Anderson One of the foremost fears of a sports writer Is (hat he may slight a deserving individual. It happens, inadvertently, once in a while. It happened again yesterday. One of the most outstanding members of the 1962 Anderson High School football team had his name pmmitted from the list of fellows who would be playing their final game for the Tribe this evening. The fellow in question, Sam Manis, typifies all of those who really came to play. As might be assumed by now Manis qualifies of one of everj football player's favorite peopl( Sam was a fine sophomore candi 1 date, playing with the Papooses Last year, with a wealth of talen available, on the Tribe roste Manis was one of those fellow who was "too good for Uie re serves," but who couldn't se much action with the varsity. This discouraged Manis, (Immensely, in his inner- being), but not so far as team - effort was concerned this fall. Snm nut only came back, he spirited what fec'hle defense thai the Andersim team demonstrated in t-arly ccason conlcsls Ihruusli his Inspired play as a line-hacker: Manis has been one of tlic club's most effective linebacker, and Us best pass-inlerccp- lor all season. Through the folly of watching fellows carry the ball over the goal-line, the Nest has failed Manis. and many others like him. Without the Manis', there wouldn't be any football teams. *•*••*• PREDICTIONS After a poor start, the Nest has rallied to pull its reord thib fall on predictions concerning games involving Madison County prep football teams to 25-11-2. Tonight's Anderson home lilt sgaint Logansport will terminate action for county prep eleven for the 1962 campaign. LOGANSPORT AT ANDERSON After showing strength early In the campaign, Lognnsport hil a slump which pulled down its record to a current 3-3-5. It looked as though Anderson was going to do the came thing. The Indians won their first Ihrcc. then lost Ihcir next three. However, (he Tribe has now put together •nuthcr three-Kame winning ilrcak (o improvr. ils season mark lo 6-3. Though Logansport could score an upset win tonight, and such would be an upset, lire Nest picks MARTHA, * A MIL6STOIE IN OO« J X OONT Kr4C*l WMETHeR TO I ( LAUGM O« CiiY ATTU6 IDEA Of L\ COUNTRY'S WAR ON CRIME/ t DARE 6M THAT FUTURE 4 HI6TOKIAN6 WU.LOOKOM THIS AS A TUKHIN6 R3INTJ IN AWr4'S CLIMB To TUB v LASTT1M6 YOU SMOSM6O ' VACAMT ROOM TO A ^IRANSCR HEWIKEDOFP ' iUT THAT WAS SEFOKE GRADUATION, MARTHA NCC Standings NCC Games All Gunies Richmond Lafayette (x) opening day Thursday, but not be"ore Snead had enough putting .roubles for the Argentine gallery o lab him the "Pisco Sour"—the ocal version of Sour-puss. Snead, who said before Ihe tournament started that (he wash- )asin greens on the short hut ricky Jockey Club course could make even two-foot putts, missa- )le, played like a prophet on the irst nine holes—threc-pulting on hree greens. That left him grum- >y and netlled under Ihe 90-de- jrec Argentine sun and also earned him his new nickname. Bul three birdies and a resound- ng eagle on the back nine earned lim much more, a 36-32—68 round hat coupled with Palmer's 35-33— 18 sent the favored U.S. team off o a Ihree-slroke lead wilh their 36 total. The 63s were Hie second best if the day on the 6.746-yard, par 4-36 course in Ihe suburbs of Jucnos Aires, leaving the two .mcricans only a stroke behind lie leaders in the inidivdual ro hat runs concurrently with the cam competition. Bob Charles, he lanky New Zealand Icfl-hand- er, held lhal distinction wilh a G7. After the first tour of the Jockey Club course, the U.S. held a three-stroke lead over the Ar- Jcntine pair of Fidel de Luca ant iioberlo de Vicenzo, wilh England, New Zealand and Wales al '41, South Africa and Australia al [42 and Japan al 143. TIGER GETS CERTIFICATE PATERSON, N.J. (UPI) — Ate . Greene, commissioner of Ihe i'orld Boxing Commission, said Thursday that middleweight liampion Dick Tiger will be pre- enled wilh a world boxing cham- ionship certificate when a good- mission of three U.S. scna- Ix) nlral '.... 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1. 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 5 Kokomo . Ix>gansport New Castle Marion Frankfort o (x) NCC season finished. Results Last Week! Anderson 32, Elwood 12 Kokomo 28, North Central 6 Lafayette 34. Lebanon 12 Huntington 27, Marion 20 Indpls. Tech 27, Muncie Central 0 Nohlcsvillc 13, New Castle 0 ' Middletown, Ohio 34, Richmond 7 Games Friday, Nov. 9 * Logansport at Anderson * Muncie Central al Frankfort * New Caslle at Kokomo * Richmond at Marion Indpls. Arlington at Lafayette (*) NCC Games. SCORING W 8 8 5 6 4 3 3 3 1 TD Dick Lester (Lafayette) 10 Ed Nicklaus (Kokomo) 6 L. V. Youngblood (Anderson) 7 Hick Jordon (Richmond) 7 Gary Koklyke (Marion! 5 Bill McCane (Muncie Central) 4 Steve Maple (Logansport) 4 Andy Higgins (Muncie Central) 3 .lim Richards (Frankfort) 3 Steve York (New Caslle) 3 Mike Fuwccll (Kokomo) 3 Leading NCC Specialists TD Rick Puthoff (Richmond) o Bill Iscnhour (Anderson) o PAT 11 7 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 2 2 PAT 18 10 TP 71 43 42 42 30 26 24 31 21 20 20 TP 18 10 Purdue lias Score In Last 25 Football Tilts ors visits lonlh. Nigeria later this By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - It's small consolation to Purdue fans, who were talking up an unbeaten season in September, but the Boilermakers carry a siring of 25 games, in which they have scored al least one touchdown, into Saturday's Stale. contest al Michigan Michigan Stale was the last loam to blank Purdue, 15-0, Nov. 7, 195!). Also demonstrating lhal Purdue can be upset, but seldom pushed over, is Ihe fact lhal its seven cfcats over three seasons have been by a lolal margin of 20 points— less than a field goal per game. Widest margins wore the 4 mints by Illinois last week and tlichigan Stale (17-13) in 1900. Michigan Stale was blanked once last year, 13-0 by Minnesota. won 7-6 last year, leads scries 8-7-1. Noire Dame 2-4 over Pittsburgh 4-3 at South Bend — Irish lead series 17-10-1 bill their 26-20 vic- .ory last year was only second in ast six matches will'- Pitt. Defiance 4-3 over Anderson 4-2-1 al Anderson — Anderson leads scries 7-3. had taken six straight icfnrc Defiance won 28-20 lasl year. Ball Slate 3-3-1 over Bradley 4-4 at Muncie— First meeting. Bradley las beaten Wabash, lost to Rutlor. Butler 4-1-2 over Evansvillc 0-7 )t Indianapolis — Wrapping up a 'iflh straight Indiana Conference rophy. Butler won 30-7 lasl year, leads series 15-3. DePnuw 4-3 over Valparaiso 4-3 nl Greencastlc— Winner takes ICC crown if Butler slips. Volpo won 35-14 last year. Series tied 5-5-1. Earlham 7-0 over Indiana Central 1-5-2 at Indianapolis— A first Squad Endin Season At 8 o'clock this evening, Anderson's Indians are scheduled to take the field at the South Anderson gridiron against Logansport in a North Central Conference tilt which will ring down the curtain on the season for both clubs. Coach Jim Carter's Tribe will be seeking a seventh win in 10 since won tw ? straight... Hoping lo wrap up the season on a winning note. Anderson College's grid squad hosts powerful Defiance of Ohio tomorrow afternoon in a 1:30 o'clock encounter. In 10 meetings between the two schools, the Ravens have won seven limes. Defiance, 'led by the nation's fourth ranked quarterback, Tom Grazywinski, rolled over Hoosier Conference Champs Taylor, 28-7, last weekend. The Ravens d/opped an earlier season contest to Taylor, 17-7, but have regular season games, and a fourth in six NCC encounters. Logansport brings a 3-3-3 record for the overall campaign, and a 1-2-2 loop mark into the contest. Each of the other nine member schools of -the NCC will be busy in league action tonight, except Lafayette. The Bronchos lave already concluded circuit grid play with a 4-1 mark, and will close the campaign by hosting Indianapolis Arlington tonight. Richmond will' be favored to complete season aclivily wilh a 5-0 loop record by lopping Marion at Marion. Muncie Central can clinch second place, passing Lafayelle, by scoring an expected victory at Frankfort. In the other oop contest, Kokomo hosts New Castle. Anderson needs a win this eve- Grazywinski, a 6-0, 180 pound senior, sports a .600 passing percentage and is averaging 199 yards per game on. aerials. The crafty signal-caller performed a one-man show last week against Taylor as he passed for one louchdown and ran for two of the other three. AC SENIOR — Lorry Osnes, Alike Snyder, 6-0, 195 pound Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will be senior end, is ranked 24th nationally by the NAIA in pass receiving, averaging 60 yards per in the 1:30 p.m. lineup for game. Senior end Marty Baum- t h e | as t time Saturday as An- hower, ranking 26th in Ihe nation , _ „ ' in pass receiving, is averaging derson College hosts Defiance 58 yards per game and provides of Ohio. Osnes has earned a good target for quarterback ) wo major letlerj in football a fourth place finish. Should the beating New Castle, Anderson would slip behind the fifth-place Cats in the final standings. Seventeen seniors, and one junior who is completing his football eligibility, are listed on the Anderson roster. Two of those seniors, quarterback Steve Cummins and end Barry Miller, have been sidelined by injuries, and are not expected to play. The other 15 and junior Terry Smith are slated for action. Much interest will be paid Tribe iunior fullback L V. Youngblood. lie has already established a new a 11-timc. single-season, ground- gaining for an Anderson player, tevised figures show that the jaunty junior has gained 774 yards in 79 carries. Every time lie picks up a yard from scrimmage tonight, he will be rewriting the record book. Youngblood s also within striking distance of .he all-time, single-season scoring record of 78 points set by :ialfback Don Jordan in 19G1. Youngblood has tallied 66 markers to date. 1 Russian Team Highly Lauded | By SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (API—"This is Anderson College To Host Defiance „ _r . one of mne Jeniorl Grzywinski. Raven quarterback Larry Davy fattened his passing percentage n Anderson's 14-13 win over Hiram of Ohio last week by completing 8 of 16 passes. Davy's season passing percentage now stands at 54 percent on 67 of 123 ning in order to assure itself of attempts. The sophomore backfield star has passed for 866 rribc lose, while^ Kokomo_ is yarf j s in sevcn games this fall _ Davy is ranked 14th nationally by the NAJA. Prime target for Davy's passes Ihis season .has been Don Brandon, 6-2, 190 pound senior. Brandon, from an end posilion which gained him all-conference recognition in 1961, has caught 26 Davy aerials for 365 yards. The tall blond ranks third in the IICC, averaging 52 yards per lame. Freshman halfback Howard Knighl and sophomore Paul Jones lead Ihe Ravens in rushing Ihis campaign. Knight has gained 312 yards on 72 carries and has scored four touchdowns. Jones has gained 297 yards on at AC. 44 carries and has registered three touchdowns, two of tliose coming against Hiram last week on pass plays. Defensively, all-conference line men Ron Parr and Gary Corbin have been tough to beat this sea son along with sophomore end Willie Smith. That combination was exceptionally e f f e c t i v against Hiram. The Ravens, with a record o 4-2-1, are out to register victory No. 5 against Defiance tomorrow Coach Jim Macholtz has his boys in lop shape for the tilt with only Roger Hatch on the injured list. The talented safetyman wa. injured in practice a week ago Nine seniors will be performing in their last college footbal game for the Orange and Black Ends Don Brandon and Bob Ad cock; all-conference guards Ron Paar and Gary Corbin; linemen Bob Kanable and Larry Osnes fullback Jim Temple; end Sieve Fulk; and place kicker Tony Sa bruno. Green Bay Coach Seeking Revenge By JACK CLARY NEW YORK <AP>—Green Bay Packers' Coaeh Vince Lombard! has had Iwo burning ambitions since late on the cold winter afternoon of Monday, Dec. 2G, 1960. He had just lost the National Football League's title game to best Russian team I've ever seen. Bud Browning, coach of Ihe Jniled States men's basketball nil-stars, was reflecting on Ihe inproved performance of Ihe So- 'iet Union squad. The Americans, composed of AAU players, were ianl-presscd lo edge the Soviets '0-66 in Madison Square Garden Thursday night. The game, played under inter- lational rules, was the Soviets' last game of the 1961 regular season. The Eagles have gone the 'irst in their eight-game tour of other direction. They are last in he United Stales. The teams meet next at the University of Maryem! Saturday night. In the opening game of the .winbill. Uu» Soviet nalional 'gifft cam Lurned hack Ihe Nashville Business College, women's AAU •ear-old Earlham, which won 16- lasl year but trails 10-9 in tin Bries, Franklin 2-4-2 over Rose Pol> 1-6 at Franklin—It was 63-0 Frank lin last year. Hanover 0-7 over Manchcsle 1-6 at Madison—Hanover pulled i oul 16-12 last vear, leads serie 15-5. Indiana State 4-3 over St Joseph's 4-3-1 at Rensselacr — State won 13-9 last year bul trail scries 13-5. Taylor 6-2 over Wilmington 1- al Wilmington, Ohio (night) — was Taylor 34-13 last year. Wabash 4-2-1 over Heidelberg 1- al.Crawfordsville — Wabash wo lasl year 21-6 lor first victory ove Heidelberg in four Irics. Field Executive Ronald C. Berline Honored for Second Straight Month Ronald C. Berline, 24 Elm Court, Edgewood, Field Executive for John Marshall Life Insurance Company, has won the "Little Brown Jug" as top producer of life insurance sales again in October, repeating his performance for two months straight. Mr. Bcrline, now completing his third year in the John Marshall Life Executive Management Program, has placed himself in an enviable position by being the largest single producer of life insurance sales for the month of October—a record sales production month for the company. John Marshall Life is proud to recognize Mr. Berline lor his outstanding performance and his integrity in the field of life insurance sales and service. JOHN MARSHALL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE, ANDERSON 1010 JACKSON The Company That Has Created a New Concept of Energy any-weathercoat Ltt it rain, let it snow, let it suddenly blow up COLD! You're ready for any weather in this coat. SURBER'S PRICE $1O50 19 ONLY • CHECKS • PLAIDS • IRIDESCENT! \ Surber«Son "FOR THE FINEST IN TAILORING" DECKER UDC. - OVER McCRORYS "Things will get tougher right along,' added Browning. The Bnrtlcsville Oilers' coach admitted. "The Russians are shooting champions, 59-57, in double ovcr- Notre Dame has not been white- perfect football season for 122- time, vashed since the 1960 season, vhen both Michigan State and owa did it. Indiana has failed to score only three times in three seasons—twice against Michigan State in '59 and '60. Moral: When Michigan 'Stale gets you down, it's likely lo stomp on you. Saturday is the last chance foi 10 ol Indiana's 19 collegiate elevens to stomp or \x stomped thi season. Guessing Mie winners: Ohio Stale 3-3 over Indiana 2-5 al Columbus—The Bucks win on alternate weeks. They beat ' ana 16-7 in a good game last ye;<r, lead the series 29-10 with 4 tics. Michigan State 4-2 over.Purdue 3-2-1 at East Lansing — Purdue more aggressive, especially off the boards." Six members of the Soviet squad played on the team which finished second to the U.S. in the 1960 Olympics. The victory was America's 19th in 21 games in international competition with the Soviet Union since the inauguration of the exchange series between (he countries in Stiepan Spandarian, head coach of the USSR club, was disappointed wilh the result and through an interpreter, said he wouldn't talk about the game. FIGHTS It.v TIIK ASSOCIATKD PRESS WORCESTER. Mass. — .lolumy Dean. 132. Philadelphia, slopped Taco Gonzalez. 136. New York, 1. PHILADELPHIA—Mel lliddlc- lon, 131. Philadelphia, outpointed Clarence Williams, 137, Philadelphia, 8: .lohnny Knight. 135!i, Philadelphia, outpointed Fernancl (Vern) Chretien, 133. Toronto. 8. MIAMI—Harry Tetlnw, 157, Miami Beach, outpointed Jimmy Vaughn, 152. Homestead, Fla.,. 8. Football Results . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Indiana HiRh School Football Honey Creok 14, West Vigo 6 South Bend St. Joseph's 13. South Bend Central 0 COLEMAN 20 YEAR IONDID FURNACES fr SPACE HEATERS 24 HOUR SERVICE CENTRAL HEATING PH. 642-1570 531 WEST ITH STREET the Philadelphia Eagles, and it from being a winner. Super LA hurt... it really hurt. His first desire was to get the title in 1961. His Packers did tliat 37-0 over the New York Giants last Dec. 31. His second wish was to have another go at the Eagles on the same Franklin Field gridiron where they upset his Packers. He gels wish No. 2 on Sunday, and this lime he conies in as the champion and with a 16-game winning streak that includes eight games Ibis season, six exhibition games, (he title game and the shorter. the Eastern Division with a 1-6-1 record. The winners of Ihese games never come easy—either on the field or off. (Last week, a good week—8 correct, 1 wrong, 2 tics; season: 49-32-4). NFL Green Bay over Philadelphia- Packers' power too much for Eagles, despite Philadelphia's top go back running at full steam defensive showing last week against Browns. Philly fans will teller and they've become far see •?"» Taylor, Paul Hornung i- toll on veteran QB Babe Parilli Co. in far different light than in 19W) title victory. New York over Dallas—A real swinger, bul Giants usually come up with top defensive effort when needed. They'll need one at Dallas against NFL's top offense, headed by Eddie Ijebnron and Don Perkins, but have a sharp at- lack also, led by Y. A. Tiltle. Washington over Cleveland—A secondary could be duck soup foi Bobby Mitchell's passes and Norm Sncad's pitches in nation's capital. Los Angeles over Baltimore —Week's upset, but new Rams coach IlariaiKl Svare is a whip cracker, and team not that fa home effort slops Moore, Perry and Unilas. Detroit over San Francisco- Lions finally gel offense unlrackec against 49crs leaky defenses, am should master three-quarlerbacl system wilh tough defense in sec ond game of West Coast trip. Chicago over Minnesota—Bean lough secondary shows fans it's too tough for Fran Tarkenton's passing and has offense back h gear, now that injury list i: Pittsburgh over St. Louis—Vet enm Bobby Layne at qiiarterbacl helps prove age can be an anli dole for youth in besting Charley Johnson. Difference in St. Loui may wind up being John Henry Johnson's running for Stselers. AFL Denver over Boston—Broncos at home, smell lhal Western title and have. guns to get it will Frank Tripucka at quarterback and Donny Stone and Gene Jlin Patriots lagging a bit recently and torrid race may be taking its Houston over Oakland — Oilers also after another title and George Blanda seems to have shaken Hit interception bug that stymied him recently. Poor winless Raiders just can't get started, not even at home. Buffalo over San Diego—Charg ers are through for the year as a contender and must conlen themselves and fans witli giving real loughie._bul_Browns ballered their rookies some experience I like McDonalds THEY HAVE THE BEST FOOD AND SERVICE IN TOWN!" Manager Haag's Record 'Haven B*>t Food ond Service In Town At 14th t Jackson In the Heart of Town I Saturday's Top Contests Listed Minnesota (5-1-1) a at home to Iowa and Purdue visits Michigan State in a couple ut good Big Ten Other major pairings include: East: Oklahoma Stale at Army, Texas Tech at Boston College, matches. The Purdue - Michigan Cornell at Brown, Colgate nt State affair, matching two upset victims from last week, is scheduled for national television (CBS). Mississippi, ranked fourth and unbeaten in six games, and seventh-ranked Missouri, each nurs- ng bowl hopes, are top-heavy favorites. Mississippi, almost sure of a bid to the Sugar, goes against Chattanooga, while Missouri (64-1) a top contender for the Orange Bowl, takes on Colorado. Some of Ihe other big games include Maryland at Duke with be Atlantic Coast Conference ead at stake, Columbia at un- jeaten Dartmouth, Air Force at UCLA State. and Oklahoma at Iowa Squad South Bend Wins 9th In Row By T1IE ASSOCIATED PRESS Season-ending footbal] victories Thursday night gave South Bend St. Joseph's a nine-game winning streak and salvaged something rom Honey Creek's first varsity schedule. St. Joe beat South Bend Central 13-0. Honey Creek, loser of seven straight, took a 14-6 decision over West Vigo, also in its first varsity season but winner of three previous games. St. Joe was unbeaten after a season-opening 13-6 loss to South Bend Washington. Quarterback Hugh O'Malley threw his 12th touchdown pass of the season in the windup. Honey Creek won the big one after losing seven. Nursing a 7-6 lead late in the game, Honey Creek held for four plays after Bill Campbell of West Vigo had run 50 yards to the four-yard line, and Jim Mclndoo picked up fumble and ran 99 yards for Ihe clincher. Although this was Ihe first full varsity season for the two Vigo County Schools, they had played a varsity game at the end of last season. Honey Creek won that one 7-6. Big time wrestling Wed., Nov. 14, 8:30 p.m. at new Armory, 109 By-Pass. Prices— $2.00-$1.50, Children 75c Bucknell. Boston University at Connecticut, Rutgers at Delaware, West Virginia at P,enn State, Virginia Military at Holy Cross, Navy at Syracuse, Massachusetts at ViUanova, Penn at Yale and Har« vard at Princeton. South: Mississippi State at Au- wrn, Georgia at Florida, Clemon, at Furman, Florida State at Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt at Ken. ucky, Texas Christian at Louisana State, North Carolina State t South Carolina, Tulane at Tenessee, Wake Forest at Virginia ech, North Carolina- at Virginia, George Washington at William & lary. Midwest: Nebraska at Kansas, Ilinois at Michigan, Pittsburgh t Notre Dame, Indiana at Ohio late. Brigham Young at Wesl- rn Michigan, Dayton at Miami Ohio). Southwest: Tulsa at Houston, Vest Texas State at North Texas late, Texas A&M at Southern lethodisl. Far. West: Ulah at Arizona tale, Kansas Slate at Arizona, >regon Stale at Idaho, Montana tate at Montana, Texas Western t New Mexico Stale, Colorado late U. at New Mexico, Wash, ngton Slate at Oregon, Wyoming t Utah State, California at Wash. ngton. Spruce Up Your Wardrobe for Christmas with a ... TAILORED SUIT Enjoy (he quality and perfect fit of o tailored suit this year. Choose from hundreds of fabrics. 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