Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on November 26, 1957 · 14
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14 ' Ft' J"-" " '' :w-nK .W,M,W , WWW48w,4WtwJ..J,(UMWWW t ' HABIG, Wins New Awards Given, Letters Presented At Kiwanis Banquet "The boys couldn't have made a better choice"- thus did a rugged Purdue football coach compliment one of the Big Ten's most aggressive football players at the 37th annual Kiwanis club banquet ' here last -night. Neil Habig had just been announced as Purdue's most vaiuaoie player ior ,:i957, The Purdue football team this year was such that numerous players could have been considered for the MVP award, and undoubtedly several others were .-seriously considered, but that "Jonly serves to make Habig's honor - more lasting. Habig also won second team honor on the Associated Press All-Big Ten squad. For the first time several other awards were announced 12 in an effort by the coaching staff to recognize the tremen- dous efforts put out by players ' of all' descriptions and classes. !Z. Another full house attended the - Monday night affair in the Union building on the campus, and all were impressed by coach Jack Mollenkopf's remarks about a Purdue team, which fought its way into fourth place after opening a season with a discouraging "start of 0-3. J Habig, a fast moving 201 pound, " six-footer, was one of the iron- ".wall, ranking second in the mat--,ter of minutes played with a total ."of 348 for an average of almost '39 minutes per game. ' EXCELLED ON DEFENSE Z A steady passer and blocker on offense, Habig excelled as a line backer on defense and also made a number of sensational down-- field shoestring tackles. He also - was a key man on pass defense and occasionally handled punting duties. i Prior to entering Purdue ; ; Habig, who is 21 years of age and a senior, was a star at Central Catholic high school. Wheeling, !W. Va. - In addition to the major and minor awards, these special hon-" ore were announced: Sophomore of the Year Ross Fichtner, quarterback. Most Improved Player Gene - Selawski, tackle. Best Offensive Lineman Tom '". Franckhauser, end. " Best Offensive Back Kenny Mikes, left halfback. I Best Defensive Lineman Habig. Best Defensive Back Leonard - Wilson, right halfback. The spotlight was on the cere mony connected with placing the tenth successive "P" link on the . cflain on the Old Oaken Bucket Ticket Manager C. S. (Pop) Doan called on juniors Franckhauser ' and quarterback Bob Spoo to hold the Bucket as senior veterans Erich Barnes, end, and John Jar- , dine, guard, extended the chain - for co-captains Habig and Mel ' Dillard, fullback, to actually at-". tach the link in recognition of Named Manager OSAKA, Japan (AP) Hawaii-. born Yoshio (Kaiser) Tanaka, 50, yesterday was chosen manager of the Osaka Hanshin Tigers the only American citizen to pilot a Japanese major league baseball team. Tanaka, 1930 graduate of the University of Hawaii, has played and coached baseball all his life in Hawaii and Japan, where he has lived since 1937. Wins TRA Award NEW YORK (AP) Garland Griffin, managing editor of the Riverside (Calif.) Daily Enter prise, yesterday was named win-1 ner of the Thoroughbred Racing Assn's (TRA) award for the best column on thoroughbred horse racing in 1957. Griffin's prize winner was an account of the first public appear ance of Swaps at Santa Anita motors il Double Honors last Saturday's 35-13 triumph over Indiana. SURPRISE HONORS In a surprise presentation, President Frederick L. Hovde and Dsan Verne C. Freeman, chair man of the faculty athletic committee, were awarded honorary "P's" in recognition of their devoted service to Boilermaker athletics. Entertainment was provided by the Purdue Glee club and Variety band. In addition to the varsity awards, 34 numerals were an nounced for members of the freshman squad. The complete list of awards follows: MAJOR LETTERS Francis Ana-staatia. New Castle. Pa.: Krich Harnrg, Flkhart, Ind. ; Tom Jlamrtt, Alliance, Ohio; Bob Becker, Marietta, Ohio; Fred Brandel, Hamilton, Ohio; lticharl Brooks, K. St. Iouis, in.: Jolin ( ncone, onaron, va..; lorn Ciukaj, Chicago. 111.) John Crowl, Lyudhurst. Ohio: Melvin Bilard. Chi cago. 111.; Kd Dwyer, IndianapoliH, inn.; Mayn-j larmer, Keliaire, unio; I.arrr iergiiBon, Oavton, Ohio; Boss Kiohtner, MrKeeNMrt, Pa.; loin r'letoher, Richmond, Ind.; Tom Franck hauler, hteuben ville, Ohio; -Neil Hubii;, Martins Ferry, Ohio; Frank Hoffman, Viewport. Ivy.; John Jardine, Chicago, 111.; Leonard Jar- dine, Chicago, III.; JKonert Jams, Parma. Ohio: Wayne. Jones, rarroll- ton, Ohio; Sam Joyner, Warsaw, Ind.; Phil Knehbeler. Toledo, Ohio; Joseph Kulhacki, Irvine, Pa.; Bus-sell Maier, Massillon, Ohio; Kenneth Mikes, raden ( itr. V. Va.: ick Mumley, Wheeling, W. Vn.; James Kedinger, Bay Ulase, onio; Kon hnhul. Chicaeo. 111.: Charles Srhel- sky, Clinton, Ind.; Gene Selawski, Cleveland. Ohio; Terry Sheehan. Chi cago, III.; Bill sptllane, cmrno, 111.: Bob Siko. Chicago. III.: Flick stillwairon, Muncie, Ind.t Bonurlas Streff, I'htrSKo. 111.; Gerald Stnpcek, Hammond. Ind.; Clyde Washington, Carlisle. Pa.; Leonard Wilson, Chicago, 111. MINOR AWAItDS William Alford, Wintersville, Ohio) Frank AmatQ, Sharon. Pa.t Al Bader. Honolulu Hawaii; Jerry Beabout, Mansfield, Ohio; John Becker, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Robert Butler, Koeky River. Ohio; Dick Coleman. F'remont. Ohio: Ie- vere F'air. Centerton, Ind.; Iewis Green, Arlington Heights, I1L; Harvey Hostetler, Warsaw, Ind.; Thom as KotosKe, Solltn lirna, inn.; jik Faraway, Erie, Pa.; Jack Liber, Alliance. Ohiot Dan Mason. Cleveland Ohio; I lick Mnyoras, Danville, 111.; Dan Mr-Grew, Martins Ferry, Ohio; James meo. Bellaire. Ohio: Sidney Keititie. Los Angeles, Cal.; Dale Kerns. South Bend, Ind.; Robert Sherman, Brookston, Ind.; John Spoo, (hirarn. III.: Fmorv Turner. Phoe bus, a. : Gordon VanPutten, Grand Kapids, Mich. FRESHMAN NUMERALS Bob Mugford, Chelsea, Mass.; Danny Thnmai. Sevmour. Ind.: Angelo Toc- ci. Jeanette, Pa.; Tony Valinotti, Port Clinton, Ohio; Mamie Winters. Akron. Ohio: Ray Chapala. Michigan Citv, Ind.; Mike Locknrd, West Lafayette. Ind.; Bob Anthony, Stenben-viile, Ohio; Jim McMahon, Hender son, hv.j frame ttacuiia. nammoiiu Ind.: Dnvn Stebner. Parma. Ohio; Cnsimir Thomas, Chicago. I1L; Stan Wngle, Cheswick, Pa.; Dick Greenwood, Lafayette. Ind.t Ted Jacob, Detroit. Mich.; Harry Basun, Granite. City, HL; Stan Gerrick, Rochester, Ind.; Ed. Heidenrich. orth Olmstead, Ohioj Don Mayoras, Danville, III.: Del Inn Rossman. Hampton, Va.; Will Satterfield, Richmond. Ind.; Jim Tiller, Fremont, Ohio; Curt Childress, Muncie, inn.; I ran ncium r'l.ia-.. Til ' .Imti Kumnza. Lafay ette, Ind.; Dick Ohl, Chamiign. III.; Floyd Cherry, Ft. I-auderdale, Fla.; Lar'rr Corso, Sandusky, Ohio: Joe a. '' - . '. 1 1 : Vn 1Vlllla JnnM. F.innsville. Ind.: Gen Miltko nurriM. itiuiR.m',i , .... Toronto. Ohio; Jess Hymes, Greenville, Miss.; Bob Maddill, Stronghnrst. HI.; George Busch, Milwaukee, Wis.; Tom Davis Maumee, Ohio; Phil Kar-dasi. Chicago. Ilk; Omer Ohl, Champaign, HL; Gene Pagliaro, Melrose Park, IU.; Paul Rose, Bellaire, Ohio; .Tin. Frank. Canton. Ohio: Herb It u pp. Mansfield. Ohio; John Goes, Fort Thomas, Jvy.; uaj ffimrn, Honolulu. Hawaii; Dick Bannon, Wood Kidtre, '. J.J Fnrt Binkley, Alliance, Ohio; Don Wellington, Las Vegas, v.j Don Ball. Wheeling, W. a.; boo iray, nnimnmu . itrai llen. E. Liverpool. Ohio; Ihve Chapman, Richmond. inH iv, i nn nr. inHDimi "fisi nd.; Joe Prest, oiiansnee, n. a.; iienrge Koyal, i.exingin, maoti. Doyne Glassburn, t-mnari, inu. 1 v 1 3. FRANCKHAUSER, Offensive Lineman Iowa Will Offer Aid Plan Change IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)-The state university of Iowa will propose an amendment to the Big Ten financial aid plan at the December meeting of conference officials in Chicago, athletic director Paul Brechler said yesterday. The proposal was drafted by the state university of Iowa board in control of athletics, Brechler said. Iowa and some other Big Ten schools have opposed the present aid plan since it was adopted by a majority vote of conference schools early this year. Brechler and Dr. Robert Ray, faculty representative on the board, said the proposed amendment would eliminate the "need" principle in giving grants in aid to athletes. The proposed Iowa plan would permit a university to award an athlete a scholarship and "continue to make such awards on the basis of such de-termination of need as it wishes." , However, the award could not exceed the cost of board, room, books, tuition or fees, and $15 per month for incidental expenses. Scholastic requirements would remain the same as now are in effect. Brechler and Ray said the Iowa plan would "make unnecessary the conference superstructure now required to determine need" and parents would not have to provide the "mass of personal financial data now required." HICKS WILL APOLOGIZE IF IU GUILTY BLOOMINGTON (AP) Coach Bob Hicks said Monday he will talk to his football players after they return from Thanksgiving vacation and try to find out who started two fights in the Indiana-Purdue game last Saturday. If Indiana men were at fault, "Hicks said, he will apologize to Purdue. The brawls, in the last minutes of the game, involved several hundred spectators as well as the players. HS Basketball TUESDAY, NOV. 26 Boswell at Ambia Buclf Creek at Battle Ground Burnettsville Four-Way Tourney (Buffalo. Reynolds, Idaville, Burnettsville) Camden at Delphi Coal Creek at Ladoga Darlington at Alamo Deer Creek vs. Lucerne at Camden Dyer at DeMotte Earl Park at Morocco Korest at Sharpaville a Freeland Park at Otterbein Gilboa at Mt. Ayr 'ioodland at Fair Onks Hillshoro at Tangier Kirklin at Kempton Linden at Southwestern Medaryville at Francesville Monitor at Dayton Monticello at Brookston Oxford at Kentland Pinnell at Lauramia Rockvllle at Waynetown Royal Center at Flora Tefft at Pulaski- Thorntown at Waveland Williamsport vs. Cayuga at Attica WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27 Burlington at Scircleville Burnettsville Four-Way Tourney Finals Colfax at Sugrar Creek Frankfort at Koknmo Jackson vs. Michigantown at Kirklin New Market at Covington New Ross at North Salem Remington at Monon Rossville at Lafayette Jeff West Lafayette at Zionsv'lle West Lebanon at Richland Twp. Whiting at Fowler Wolcott at Brookston FRIDAY, NOV. 29 Camden at Bunker Hill DeMotte at 8an Pierre Francesville at Kentland Griffith at Rensselaer Monitor vs. Southwestern at Dayton Washington Twp. at Royal Center Winamac at Monticello West Lafayette at Frankfort SATURDAY, NOV. 30 Brook at Attica Dayton vs. Veedersburg at Covington Kokomo Four-Way Tourney (Eastern Western Northwestern. Delphi) Lafayette Jeff at Hammond Rensselaer at Monon THE JOURNAL AND COURIER, LAFAYETTE, IND 5'X-:-3-x-. MIKES, Offensive Back 8 RIVETERS MENTIONED Sp artans Big 10 All CHICAGO (AP) Although Ohio State captured the conference title and Rose gan State dominated the .1957 All-Big Ten football team selected yesterday by the Associated Press. MSU's Spartans seized team, compared with three each taken by Ohio State and dethron ed Iowa. The other first team position went to Michigan's great halfback, Jim Pace. The all-conference unit, selected in a poll of AP writers who "cover" Big Ten games, had one of the heaviest and most hardhitting backfields ever honored in the voting. The backfield quartet, averaging 196 pounds, includes Pace, Ohio State's Don Clark and two Michigan State stars, halfback Walt Kowalczyk and quarterback Jim Ninowski. Although he regularly played halfback, the 205-pound Kowalczyk, a terrific power runner, was placed at fullback. The only unanimous choice was Iowa tackle, Alex Karras, who was the lone repeater from the AP's 1956 All-Big Ten team. Kowalczyk missed a sweep by only one first place vote. Iowa which lost its title in a 17-13 loss to Ohio State on Nov. 16 landed all its three positions CHICAGO (AP) The 1957 All-Big Associated Press: FIRST Pos. Plaver and School KND James Gibbons, Iowa TACKI.K Alex Karras, Iowa GI ARM Aurelius Thomas, O.S.C CKNTKK Daniel Currie, M.S.C. . GIAKD Prank Rlooinifiiist. Ions TAt KLI-. Patrick Iturke, .M.S.I. F,M I.eo Brown. O.S.I'. HI AKTKKKACK Jamrs Ninowski, llALlH.V'h Don Clark, O.s.i .- HALFBACK .lames Pace, Michigan FULLBACK Walter Kowalczyk. M.S.U. Sr. SLTTIVIk TPiM ENDS Sam Williams, Michigan State, and Dave Kaiser, Michigan State. TACKLKS Richard Klein, Iowa, and Nick Munilcy, Purilue. GUARDS David Burkholder. Minnesota, and Robert Commings, '' CENTER Neil Habig. Purdue. BACKS Frank Kreinblas, Ohio Hf: Daniel Lewis, Wisconsin; Robert Mitchell, Illinois; nd Robert White, Ohio Mate. THIRD TEAM ENDS Rod Hanson, Illinois, and Earl Hill, Wisconsin. Tackles Jim Marshall, Ohio State, and Frank Vouso. Minnesota. GUARDS John Jar-dine. Purdue, and Bill Burrell. Illinois. CENTER Dick Teteak. Wisconsin. BACKS Jim Van Pelt, Michigan; Collins Hagler, low a; Blanche Martin. Michigan state; and Ray Nitscnke, Illinois. HONORABLE MENTION Purdue's Boilermakers were well represented on the honorable mention roster with two linemen and three backs being named to the elite squad. End Tom Franckhauser and tackle Gene Selawski were tabbed for their work in the Purdue forward wall while fullback Mel Dillard, last year's No. 1 at the berth, halfback Kenny Mikes and quarterback Ross Fichtner were also selected. Central Catholic Meets Sunnyside Central Catholic will meet its first intra-city rival at Sunnyside gym tonight, when the Knights freshman play Sunnyside frosh at 7:30. In the 6:30 preliminary Sunnyside eighth grade plays St. Mary's. Central Catholic, with a 2-1 record, will start Bill Fusiek and Joe Schrader at forwards, Dan Metzineer at center, and Tom Moser and Ed Muggs at guards Sunnyside, now 1-0, will use Nate Schilling and Meredith Altherr at forward, Jim Leslie at center .and Dave Brady and Tom Richardson at guards. In the prelim, both teams are undefeated in two games, Sunny side will start Bob Eylens, Jack Stonebraker, Ron Taylor, Howard Clements and Ed Smith. St Mary's will open with John Haughn, Jim Metzinger, Tom Thones, Jim Lamb and Henry Eb- ershoff. STORE HOURS THAEWSGMNG DAY 8 A.M. To 1 .P.M AND 5 P.M. To 10 P.M. Daily 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Including Sundays BACHMAN DRUGS 3 SONS SHOPPING CENTER PHONE 2-0175 We Give S& H Green Stamps FICHTNER, Soph of Year Dominate - Stars Bowl bid, powerful Michi four berths on the honor : in the line, with Karras, end Jim Gibbons and guard Frank Bloom- quist being honored. , Michigan State's two other all-stars were center Dan Currie and tackle Pat Burke. Ohio State also placed two linemen, guard Aure-lius Thomas and end Leo Brown, whose light weight of 171 brought the average poundage of the seven all-star linemen down to 205. Two players, the swift and surg ing Clark and brusing Currie, ad vanced from second team rating last year. Thomas a steady workhorse of a fine Buckeye line, was on the AP's third team in 1956. Kowalczyk, Pace Gibbons, Brown and Bloomquist all were 1956 honorable mentions. HABIG LAUDED Probably the best performer on the second AP line was Purdue s Neil Habig, line-backing center, a bulwark in the Boilermaker de fense which handed Michigan State its only defeat of the sea son. Ten football team selected by the TEAM Cls. Wt. Ht. Home Sr, 2110 6-3 Chicago Sr. Sr. -8 ... Gary 204 6-1 .. CoIuhIhis Sr, 6-3 . Detroit Sr. 20. 6-2 Waterloo lir. oim C O Iautmii'C Mass. """.Sr. 1U 5-10 Portsmouth M.B.C.Sr, 185 6-1 .Detroit ii n-il Akron r. Sr. 13 6-11 Little Kock 205 6-0 ..Westfield, Mass, Award to Sooners OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The University of Oklahoma football squad, "greater in defeat than in victory," yesterday was named to receive the annual "Sportsman of the Year" award presented by the Okiahoma City Quarterback club. The 8th annual award to the Oklahoman contributing most of athletics went to the Sooner squad which had its 47-game victory streak enapped by Notre Dame 7-0. Sportswriters and sportcast ers, who voted the award to the Oklahoma team, termed the Soon ers greater in defeat than in victory." Sign Infielder PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Phillies yesterday an nounced signing of Jack Pnestes, Miami, Fla., third baseman to a contract with their Tampa club in the Florida State league. I WILSON, Defensive Back Truex Jogs to New NCflfl Harrier Mark EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Max Truex, a short, stocky, former Olympian from the University of Southern California, set a phe nomenal record of 19:12.3 in the NCAA cross country run here yes terday. Truex, attracted to California from Warsaw, Ind., wasn't even breathing hard as he shattered the old record of 19:36.7 for the four-mile course set by Charles Capozzoli of Georgetown in 1952. Truex, a 23-year-old junior who packs great endurance in his 5-foot-5, 130-pound frame, finished 120 yards ahead of John Macy of Houston, second in 19:35. Notre Dame won the team title, its first in the 19-year history of the meet, beating out defending champion Michigan State. Houston was third in the team competition, Syracuse placed fourth and Kansas was fifth. Macy set a fast early pace, leading from the V2 mile to the three - mile mark, but Truex overhauled him shortly after and breezed in from there. Truex was wearing mittens and a stocking cap and coated his legs with cocoa butter to ward off the bit ter 26-degree cold. ' "I felt great all the way," said the record-breaker, a member of the last U. S. Olympic team. "I just paced myself and didnt even kick out into a sprint at the end." Jerry Smartt also of Houston, finished close behind his second place teammate in 19:41. Minnesota's Leonard Edelen, the Big Ten individual champion, was fourth at 19:44 and Crawford Ken nedy of Michigan State, winner of the IC4A run, placed fifth, with a 19:44.5 performance. Walt McMew, the defending champion, was in eighth place with 20:00.1. Mitchell Eying Kansas Job? FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) A University of Arkansas official said yesterday that Razorback Coach Jack Mitchell will fly to Lawrence. Kan., today to discuss a football coaching job with Uni versity of Kansas officials. Coach Charles (Chuck) Mather announced his resignation from Kansas about a month ago and there have been numerous reports that Mitchell might succeed him. Mitchell was not available for comment immediately last night. He said Sunday that Kansas had not made him an offer yet, and insisted that he had not made up his mind about a possible change. CONSIDER THE WHOLE FAMILY when you select your gifts., A new TV set or any one of a number of time-saving appliances and home furnishings would be' enjoyed by the entire family for years to come. YOUR .GOOD CREDIT . is your key to Better Living use it wisely? C. B. Waiker IXTEXSTATE 4 1 SELAWSKI, Says Iowa lEvvy' at Helm in '58 CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) Forest Eva-shevski will remain as Iowa head football coach at least for one more season, the Cedar Rapids Gazette said yesterday. Evashevski, rumored to be leaving: Iowa after guiding the Hawkeyes to 16 victories and one tie in 19 games during the past two seasons, has not publicly announced his future plans. Gazette sports editor Gus Schrader yesterday quoted Evashevski as saying the coach told his team before last Saturday's 21-13 victory over Notre Dame: "Don't you sophomores and juniors get your hopes up because I'll be back chewing at you next season." Schrader also said Evashevski told the players they would be the first to know if he was leaving. IRISH LOSE PIETROSANTE SOUTH BEND (AP)-Notre Dame's star fullback, Nick Pietrosante, will be out for the rest of the football season with a fractured ' lower rib, coach Terry Brennan said Monday. Pietrosante, a junior from Ansonia, Conn,, was injured on the first running play by the Irish in their game Saturday with Iowa. He was blocking for passer Bob Williams, who eventually ran with the ball instead of throwing it. 'Brennan said there is a possibility Pietrosante may be able to do some punting in Notre Dame's remaining games with Southern California and Southern Methodist. Challenger Fit BUENOS AIRES (AP) Young Martin of Spain is "in top con dition" for his 15-round title fight Saturday night with world fly weight champion Pascual Perez of Argentina, his manager, Jules Avernin, said yesterday. The bout, at the Boca juniors soccer stadium, will be the cham pion's fifth defense of the title he won over Japan's Yoshio Shirai, Your Key to Gracious Giving See how the gay golden spiral of the new Hospitality Bottle matches your holiday mood . . . adds gift appeal to the solid flavor appeal of the Old Fitz Bourbon inside I Give it . . . get credit for , being the imaginative man who knows good Bourbon! iame price as 1 Oiomi Regular bottle available in luxury gift wrap. l-t Six Years Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Bonded 100 Proof Stitzel-Wellek Dlntillkrt . Louisville, Ky., Estab. 1849 Tuesday Evening:, November 26, 1957 1 Most Improved Will Have Day of Decision NEW YORK (AP) The Army-Navy game at Philadelphia next Saturday will settle the Eastern College f o o t b a 11 championship with the winner getting the Lambert trophy. That became a cinch yesterday when the weekly voting for the trophy showed Navy the unanimous choice for first with Army the same for second. Navy had 10 points, Army nine. THANKSGIVING DAY HUNTING TRIP 111 CLIFF'S SEE FOR SPECIAL PRICES en Hunting Coats and Pants. Boots, Decoys, Shells, Rifles and Shotguns. - SPECIAL - This week only ... a boi of shells FREE with every gun sold. CLIFF'S BaS 214 North Fifth St. ft ' THE FINAL CHOICE OF MATURE TASTE. park on March 4, following his South 4th St. Phone 2-0128 recovery from broken leg.

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