Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1949 Reserves and Frosh Whip Marion Teams Emulating the success achieved thus far oy their Varsity big brothers, Logansport reserves and freshman handed two Marlon football teams decisive lickings Monday night at the Berry Patch. Both local elevens posted their •econd victories in the newly- organized four-school grid league; the yearlings walloping Marlon, 32 to 0, and the varsity reserves gaining a 34 to 0 triumph. The games were played during a misty rain which made ball- handling somewhat difficult and resulted in several fumbles by both •choolk Logan reserves drove deep Into Marlon territory in the first quarter, only to lose the ball oh a fumble inside the five-yard line. They picked up two points for their efforts, however, when a Marion ball carrier was downed in the end zone for a safety. Jimmy Thomas, sophomore right halfback, contributed a 35-yard touchdown run in the second pi!f- iod. with Jerry Long adding the real scored its first run in the fifth inning jvhen George Schmees walked and came all the way home on Ted Beard's error ot Rocky Bridges' line sihgle to center. Toby Atwell's single then scored Bridges. Third Baseman Froilan Fernandez then booted Bankhead's .attempted sacrifice, Atwell moving to second from where he scored oii two long flies. Bankhead, former Brooklyn Dodger, had a no-hitter until the fifth when catcher Clyde, Kluttz singled. The line score: Indianapolis .. 006-001-000—1 5 2 Montreal 000-030-OOx—3 33 Queen, Johnson (7) and Kluttz; Bankhead and Atwell. Losing pitcher, Queen. Announcers Named For World Series second TD. Don Conn dropklcked one extra point and Logan led by a 15 to 0 margin. Reserves Start Fast In typical Red Devil fashion, the reserves rushed acrois three markers in the final caritd. John Maioy Intercepted a pass for one and Jim Thomas scored another. Quarterback Mickey Higglns dashed 28- yards for the final. A backfield- Jn-motion penalty nullified a brilliant pass play from Higging to Digby Terry, which covered 55 yards and a touchdown Logan freshmen wasted no time gaining the upper hand against their Marion opponents, counting 12 points in the opening period: Seven points in the second and 13 in the last stanza completed the 32 to 6. Dave Thomas collected four |j touchdowns, his final effort good for CO yards. Bud Erickson netted the other marker. The lineups: log-Mi FFosk Marlon Trosh Simpson .:....LE....i.;. Biirten Karlaii ........^T...... Fondser Sherman ;.....LQ..;.;.... Alleii Berndt C Quick Hampton ,....RG McClure Kirkpatrick ...RT.;.... Harmon Miller RE Connelly It on i QB Maddox Erickson .... .LH..;.;... Gbwen D. Thomas ... .RH....... Bobson Mayhlll .......FB........ Carter Substitutions—Logansport: Stout Koch. Parmeter, Archer, Booher, 1 Kistler. Mordent!, Woodruff, Nichter. Cronln. Touchdowns — D. Thomas (4); Erickson. Points-after-touchdowna —Mayhllt. Booher. Score by periods: Lo*M«p«rt ..:..... 19 7 18—8* 000—0 NEW YORK, Oct. 4— (UP)— The Mutual Broadcasting System a'n- nounbed today that Mel Allen and Red Barber of New York had been named to handle its radio network play by play and color descriptions of the world series starting Wednesday at Yankee stadium. (Mmhry BHtl 6t Boston was assigned to handle the commentary over a television network linking the east to wldwest for the first time in world series history. Allen broadcast Yankee games this season and Barber had the Dodgers. Login IteserTM Marten Keserveg Guy i....i..;.LE....;.. . Modlln Hardest? . , Brunt Meredith .. Newell Andrews i Ewings Lihville .. Gross "Wolgley Bowman Parker ...i.^.tiT..... Prentice . .; ...LG;.i.. . XlcArthy ....... C ;.'.... Wilkinson ....HGi ..... Costcllo ...... RT...;.. Terry » ....... RE.;;..i Conn .. ....... QB Long ......... LH...... 1. Thomas . ...RH...... D. Jordan ..... FB...... Substitutions — Logansport: Free- hater. Maloy, Huntsingcr, Bargcr- huff. Warner, Jacobson, Hoffman, Hlfglhs. Htpsher. Tottdhdowns — 3. Thomas (J), Long, Maloy, Hlggths. Poihts^aftef- toucndbwns— Conn, Maloy. Safety • — Marlon. Score by periods: Infansport ..... . . . ; ; 3 18 If— 94 Xarion ......... * . . . •. 0 0 0-^-0 BITTER GOLF by SAM 8NEAD Cell's Great Flajer-Teaeher \ «. It is not difficult to know what to do with each club under all circumstances It you understand, golf and then use your brains. It is easy to understand the correct grip, the stancei the pivot and the major details of a golf swing. But when you get into competition with your friends unless you use your head and concentrate on your game instead of theira you're apt to become the victim of poor judgment. You know better but you don't follow what you know; Always play YOUR game. Don't be thrown off by what-some opponent does. If you will school yourself to play always with the best mechanical precision ot which you are possible, plus full use ot your brains nothing else matters. You'll do your best and you can't do anj niofe'. But it's easy to flo far less than your best. If you let your mind wander to sonic golf mannerism that your opponent uses effectively, and you don't resis' the impulse to try it yourself you're ^oj\e. Know golf. Know the fundamentals and play YOtlR game. (Copyright 1949, John F. Dllle Co.) Indians Hold 2-Game Lead INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Oct 4— (UP—the scene of the Little World Series shifted to this city today with the Indianapolis Indians of the American Association holding a two game to one edge over the International , League's Montreal Royals in the hest-of- •even set. Montreal scored its first victory ef the series last night as Dan Bankhead, husky negro right- hander, checked the Indians on five hits for a 3 to 1 decision. The Royals, limited to just three hits by Mel Queen and Chet Johnson, capitalized on two untimely Indianapolis errors. Mont-- Still Keen at 101 PlttSFlELD. Mass. (UP) — A 101, Mrs. Ralph B. Bardwell still engages in the real estate business. Oiily recently she negotiated tlie sale, of a plot of land. Don't miss the new PATTERN BOOK IT'S JUST OUT -and full of wonderful new fashions for Fall and Winter! Order your copy today and plan a cold- weather wardrobe that will be the envy of your friends and the delight of your life. Look for our ANNE ADAMS PATTERN FEATURE every day in (Name of Your Newspaper) and save time and energy by ordering your patterns by IP ail. Send Fifteen Cents in coins for our 'ANNE ADAMf Pattern Book. Pleate print plainly Your Name and Addreti mth '.Zone Number. Send your order to Conduct Last Rites : or Monon Resident MONTICELLO, Ind., Oct. 4—Fun- ral services for Mrs. Zora Burks, S, on Monon, were held at 2 p. m. oday at the Nickler funeral home pith the Rev. George Myers in harge. Bufial was made in the Jedford cemetery. Mrs. Burks passed away at her ome Sunday after a three year Ineas. She was born Dec. 20, 1S90, in 'aMs. 111., but moved to White ounty 42 years ago. On Dec. 22, 909, she was married in Monticello o John Burks. She was a member f the Presbyterian church and the lebekah lodge. Surviving with her husband are wo daughters, Mrs. Mabel Davis, frankfort; 14 grandchildren and ne son, John Burks, Jr., "Wolcott; rraiikfort; and Mrs. Fay Lewis, Danville, 111.; a brother, Basil Gras, ne great-grandchild. Train Crash In Iowa Kills One, Six Hurt AMES; la., Oct. 4—(UP)—The hicago and North Western Rail- vay's City of San Francisco Btream- iner collided with a string ot box ars and left the tracks at 50 niles an hour today, killing a man and injuring six other persons. Witnesses said the freight cars ipped through the foreward part f one Pullman car killing Ernest Riggs, 35, Oakland, Cal., who was eatecl in the smoker section of he car. [ VOUB HOME TTOWN NEWSPAPER Pattern Department P. O. BOX 6710 CHICAGO 80, ILL. Announce New Dealer For Hudson Automobiles The firm of NELSON-HUDSON wishes to announce its appointment as Hudson dealers for Logansport and vicinity, according to K. A. Nelson, head of the new dealership. A cordial invitation was extended by Mr. Nelson to all motorists to inspect the facilities of the new Hudson home, 803 Burlington Ave., said to be one of the most complete automobile retailing establishments in this part ot the state. "Wo are proud of the service, facilities we can offer Hudson owners," Mr. Nelson declared, "and we welcome the opportunity of showing old friends our service department, which is equipped with the most modern facilities for tlie care and handling of customer's automobiles. It is also equipped with factory "time saver" tools designed to give motorists fast, efficient service." "Two lines, the Super Series and the Commodore Series, are available with a choice of an entirely new 121 horsepower Super-Six or improved 12S horsepower Super- Eight engines," Nelson said. Both lines have a wheelbase ot 124 inches, witb an overall length of 207% inches and a width of 771-6. inches. The Super-Sixes are available in three or six passenger Accidents Hit Peak In Daytime Hours CHICAGO (UP)—Accidents don't punch a time clock on the job—but ,hey hit their peak during certain certain hours of the day. According to the National Safety oiincil, more workers suffer disabling industrial injuries between .0 and 11 o'clock in the morning and between three and four o'clock n the afternoon than at any other jours of the day. •Logansport Pharos-Tribune -15 COAL, BUT NO STEEL AT CARNEGIE-ILLINOIS COAl CARS stand idle beside a backlog of coal at the Homestead, Pa., works of Camegie-IlUnoia Steel Corp., a U. S. Steel subsidiary, one of the many plants shut down !n steel strike. (Internstion*!). Announce Price Cuts On Crosley Autos MARION, Ind., Oct. 4—(UP) — Price cuts on Crosley automobiles today ranged up to ?105 on retail factory deliveries. Tlie Crosley station wagon price was slashed from ?999 to JS94. The deluxe sedan and club convertible both were reduced to SS6G, a cut of $101, and the "Hotshot" sports roadster was cut $51 to $861. Other models received corresponding price reductions. Ko Explanation SPOKANE, Wash. (UP)—No «- planatiou was offered by the mailman who delivered a postcard addressed to Dr. D. Mason here. It announced a coming meeting of the Knights Templar lodge and was postmarked March 13, 1912; TRUE VALUE SPECIAL JUs Wnk Only... coupes, broughams, sedans an< convertible broughams. Siipe Eiglits and Commodore Sixes available in six-passenger coupe or sedans. Commodore Eights ar available in. six-passenger coupes sedans and convertible broughams All body types are offered i twelve solid colors and five two tone . combinations. The new Hudson features an al! steel, box-section frame built int the body and extending outside th rear wheels. Called "Monobilt this body-and-frame constructio - ., . _.,, , ... . _ ._ provides girder protection on all , Self opening, self-lockmg. Rub- sides and is described by company ber shod, non-marking legs grip IRONING TABU engineers as "the strongest, most rigid, twist-free body-and-frame ever built." . Outstanding "are such safety features as patented double-safe hydraulic brakes with a mechanical reserve braking system and center- point steering. like Advertising- WICHITA, Kan. (UP)—Nothing like a merchandising tie-in. A local store, putting on a sale of glasses, took advantage of repeal ot state prohibition to advertise: "Liquor is here how. Come lit and get a glass." floor. Regularly $7.49 Special only— Our Original Ken Blair . . . close-fitting, beautifully detailed felt with a sleek coque feather accenting the side-swept look. Paris-inspired . . . very new, $13.98 Closed Monday . . . Open Wednesday THE GOLDEN RULE DAVIDS 516-518BdwY. Phone 3167 TONITE and WED. ADDED ENJOYMENT •Tom & J«rry Cartoon *N«ws Today: ABBOTT & COSTELLO in "MEET THE KILLER" M WED. THURS, "I HAD TO STOP HER AT ANY COST .. THAT'S WHY I PULLED THE TRIGGER" TWO WOMEN FACED DEATH... While three men waited— beyond the closed door! Nt mm mm MllVYN DOUGLAS, GLORIA GRAHAME, BILL WILLIAM!!, A Woman's Sonet COLOR CARTON FUN AT THE CARNIVAL '< LOGAN NOW PLAYING THRU THURSDAY i CRAYSON K«npn WTNN . Miri. Uu. . MM Kunki. today, Wed., Thurs. Top Musical Hit of '49 I MORE TtUN YOtm EVER WEAMfP Off I 1$ < YOWiW .MWttaojiinzu-v™ , TECHNICOLOR - MENJOHRDEN-SAKAU SELENA ROV1E —FRAHKIE CARLE =^_ -co-Hif Robert Mitch urn Anne Jefferis "NEVADA" everybody •t|neHts.. l everybodv |«es Give generously to the Community Chest! Give, for it is the American way to extend a helping hand to a needy neighbor.
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