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PAGE EIGHT TT.E LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1937 Cage Rule Changes Explained At Berry Bowl Clinic Free Throws, Stalling Come In For Most Discussion By Officals Sector Teams Start Cam paign On Friday With the 1957-58 basketball sea ball squad vcere on hand for use in demonstrations but never were Y.IUI ...... — — —-—- -— ea'lled upon, although plenty of son opening due to arrive Friday ^^g^^ took pla<:e on vari<ms a total of 311 fans, coaches, play- k situations. ers, officials and scouts as sembled at Berry Bowl Monday night ' an play situations. Meanwhile, the hardwood sport mSM W1 spoored Preparations' are being madeby IHSAA sponsored p^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ of activity., this week with eight or nane Cass county schools to rule's clinic on the cage "sport. The program was conducted by Wayne Crispen, veteran official from Kokomo, who pointed out the dozen rule alterations which have been made for the hew 'season. Since most of those present were from high schools it was' pointec put that one major rule change is that one free throw shall • . be awarded for each common foul until after a penalty for a fourth foul in each half is assessed to each team. Then the 1-and-l bonus rule becomes effective for the remainder of the half and any overtime. It is possible for one team to go through a full: half and well into the second half before reaching the 1-and-l situation but it would be a rare case, Crispen •said. , Another change is that no free throws will be-shot on a double foul. Instead each player in "volved is' assessed a personal foul and one boy from each team is called to the center circle for a jump ball. Should a team appear with players wearing the single number 1 or 2, the referee must .order a change. If no other suits are available, the referee must call a technical foul against the violating team, the .free' throw will be shot by the' offended team and the game then will be started by the offended team throwing the ball in'from out of bounds. On designating when the time limit has expired on the four single free throw rule, the scorer shall stand and indicate by sign signals to the official that the call Eas entered the I-and-1 category, • Officials must use reasonable effort to force.action in a game "ivhere a team is deliberately stalling from -the outset. The offensive team must make an effort to . get the ball into the 15-foot scoring circle area. If no- attempt is made, the official is • to call time out, warn the- offending team and . if such a situation persists then a technical foul shall ( be called. If It persists, he shall 'call technical ..ftrals witihout warming for as many times as is necessary tion started. Players now can throw the ball Royal Center at Medaryville Inbounds from under the goal a reversal of the order of last year Metea at Buffalo when they had to avoid the foul Twelve Mile at Fulton • -lane area. A ball that hits the basket rim , and* bounds over the goal, is shot over the goal bank- Tiptpn Township at Burlington • , iboard or is thrown inbounds over the bank-board automatically kills Fowler, at Monon ; play and the ball is awarded to Deedsville at Gilead - "the opposing team out of bounds. Deer Creek at Cutler This applies only to rectangular Mexico at Bunker Hill bahkboards. ' Star City at Kewanna •'- Touching'of a free throw on the West Township at Monterey • ring or in the cylinder or net is Aubbeen-aubbee Tp at Akron '-. now prohibited by any player. At •least ten minutes before game . time each team shall supply the scorers with names and numbers of all boys to be used in*the game and three minutes before game time musit • design/ate members of the starting five. Tfre 12-foot foul lane is now official for all courts and must be painted accordingly to designate the three-second area. 3 Conferences Still in Action MONON — A year ago Monon Grid Teams Enter Final made it .rough on its .basketball Round In State By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Sports Writer With schedules thoroughly fouled up by flu and weather, •most Indiana high school football teams' will try to complete their seasons this week, but there'll still be unfinished business in th'e —o—-. . Northern, Western and Southern attraction will be the COnferenceSi „! /tnni-n-**** ' Uflll HlftrfC- debut of Royal Center's Bulldogs Cass county champs and owner of a nifty 21-2 mark last' year against Medaryville's fine team a' Medaryvilte • The Bulldogs, who didn't lose i single- starter from last year' single- starter from last years g and ^ one power-laden quintet appear ready Washin ,^ on , s Bud Garla , for another successful season un- T, iiro uuima wm euu uia acaai/u J.-J..Lder Coach Russ .Brown • fl j Vincennes. Dick Brown of Art Windrmller. coach of the ' _ ,__ ,.u- ..„ TT—..-.^ Art. Windmiller, Medaryville hosts, welcomed back four regulars from the 1956-51 squad, which compiled a 10-11 rS bTrealizes the Black East Chicago Washington Friday record, but realizes tne ui a c K Wo -f orn NITWSP fp a<v Knights will need a top effort to cope with the rugged invaders. A contest with an all-Cass county flavor is slated at the Washington township goal hall when Young America's Yanks take on the Hatchets. Both schools have hew coaches—Fred Oyler at Washington and Dan Ballard at Young America. Jerry Miller will take his Twelve Mile Milers to battle the Fulton Bulldogs, while Bill Riemenschneider guides his Metea Hornets in'their opener at Buffalo. A veteran Galveston club, under the direction of Max Quirk is scheduled to visit Northwestern of Howard county and Tipton Township, coached by Harlan Bonsett, tests' the Burlington Polar Cubs. The Lucerne Lions will open its campaign on the'home boards against Chili's Bears from Miami county. Making his coaching idebul for the. Lions will be Charles Parkinson. . Fulton county presents a Irio of :op contests including Star City at Kewanna, Aubbeenaubbee Town- jhip at Akron and Grass Creek at Richland Center. Monor.'s Railroaders will entertain Fowler and Francesville hosts Pulaski in two Pulaski county attractions. Several area schools will wait until next week to inaugurate the new campaign. These include Flora, Winamac, Camden, Burnettsville, Wolcott, New Waverly, to get ac- and Idaville. The Friday schedule: Young America at Washington Tp. Ihili at.Lucerne alveston at Northwestern ulaski at Francesville Members of the Berries basket- Grass Creek at Richland Center Ihalmers at Reynolds Demon Hanover Sold For A Half-Million To Gairtes Syndicate Probably nobody will play long enough to establish a scoring threat 'to Brownsburg's Tom Brun- his season last points. Browns ton,. who closed week with burg's Mid 210 - State champs won Washington's Bud Garland, -with 139 points, will end his season Fri- Rensselaer. won the '56 Hoosier title with- 163. East Chicago Roosevelt takes on in the Western NIHSC feature, wibh the Rough Riders favored to win, their eighth' victory of the campaign. Roosevelt stopped Hobart for the first time last- week while South Bend Central, the Eastern MESC poweri was inflicting South Bend Washington's first defeat. Central plays at'Elkhart Friday. Unbeaten Terre "Haute Garfield meets Brazil Friday in the Western playoff game. Evansville Reitz, class of the south but only halfway through its schedule, will play a non-conference game at Indianapolis Cathedral Friday. / Kokomo has finished North Central Conference ' play with a 'perfect 5-0 record and Indianapolis Veteran Monon Opposes Fowfer opponents, sweeping to a brfllian 20-6 record. Radlroiider fans ;hop the approaching season may, b just as successful.' Coach Ernie Holcslaw i has sb veterans' in-, the fold, and -what _ parMcularly pleasing,'.four'of them By DALE BimGESS stand' 6-2 or better. • INDIANAPOLIS W - The Indi- Jim Johnson and Terry Martin a , na high school' basketball'season measure 64 each and should b able to fight off their foes on th i_» - . - - A.LAi*i-> JT A*_l IIU'V \* bU YT C* t-v • U^Jlil.1. A1 \J 1 r backboards;. Checking in at 6-2 16 to see South Bend Central's de- are Fred Vollmer, Jerry Arrack fending state champs, winners of and Jim Hornbeck. All are letter ji ! '--• — men excepting.Hornbeck. Holcslaw lists a couiple of short „ ^ „ .. . _ .. er veterans in the back court - day -night, 'against Gary - Roose- Pittsburgh's Bob Friend was ruin- Doug Bailey at 5-10 and Fred Cum mingis at 5-8. ' Other varsity candidates include , ~ r ~ — — juniors Pete Runk, 5-11 and Dick team to Louis M-aUard in one of Tech probably will match it Dec. 27 & 28—Tourney at Monon against New Castle Friday. Then Jan. 3—At Camden league.officials will get out their Jan. 9-li—County Tourney at complicated formula to decide Brookston who's champ. Championships already .. _ . - -_ . been awarded to Seymoup in the Feb. 1—At Brookston South Central, Elwood in the Central, Kendallville in the North Jones, 5-8; senior Pat McColly, 5-9 and freshmen Paul Gutwein, 5-li amd Jerry Miller, S'lO. The Railroaders won 12 and los 4 during 'the last regular season, took four games to win the White -•--, - ------ -.- -• -.-_ , -county tourney, broke even at 1-1 ceeded at M P cje ^ John Longin the holiday meet and won three ^w of Mishawaka, where as-, out of four in the sectional.. . . Distant-Robert Smith moved up to Monon opens the season Friday night; Nov.. 1,. hosting the Fowler Bulldogs, and follows with an out of-town contest at Medaryville the next week. The schedule:. Nov. 1—Fowler Nov. 8—At Medaryville Nov. 15—At Winamac Nov. 22—Kentland Nov. 27—Remington Nov. 30—Rensselaer Dec. 6—At Wolcott Dec. 13—Francesville Dec. 17—Monticello Jan. 17—At Otterbein have Jan. 24—At Royal Center eastern, Brownsburg in the Mid- State and Royerton in the M-issis- sinewa Valley. Noblesville, whose string of 18 victories over two seasons is the state's longest, will end its campaign Friday against twice-tied but undefeated Lawrence Central of Marion County. Major games this week: Tuesday Aurora at Brookville Indpls. Wood -at Ben Davis . Deaf School ;on University at Blooming- Lebanon at Lafayette Wednesday Mississinewa at Wabash Thursday Gary Maim- at Gary Froebel Friday Anderson at Lafayette MartinsviUe at Bedford Ben' Davis at Lebanon Bloomington at Clinton Brazil at Terre Haute- Gar-field Bloomington at Clinton Columbus at Connersville Hammond Morton' at Crown 'oint East Chicago Washington at last Chicago Roosevelt. .' . South Bend Central at Elkhart Evansville Memorial at Evansville Central North Central at Fort Wayne lentral Fort Wayne South at Fort LEXINGTON, Ky, W) — Demon Wayne Catholic Hanover, who fashioned success- tl FIN I WHISKEY? The only thing you'll like better than quality. is its price! KAUONAl DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO., «EW YORK. BLENDED WHISKEY. 8& PROOF.-6531 GRAIN- NEUTRAL-SPIRITS- ful careers.on the race track and as a. sire, -was sold Monday for a half-million dollars, the equal of the highest price ever paid for a staindardbred horse. . . John R. Gaines, 28-year-old Lexington horseman, headed'a syndicate purchasing the horse. Gaines declined to identify his associates by name, saying they were friends and well known in the' sport. Demon Hanover, who' took a trotting record of 1:59 4-5, was sold by Robert Critchfield, Wooster, Ohio, attorney and owner of Gay Acres Farm. The bay. son of Dean Hanover- Sorceress will remain in Ohio through next season and then be moved to central Kentucky. Harrison Hoyt of Danbury, Conn. 1 , acquired Demon Hanover as a yearling. Hoyt trained and drove his trotting star to. 11'. consecutive victories as a 2-year-old. He kept Demon' Hanover eligible for only two major colt stakes, including the Hambletonian- which the horse took in straight heats Mishawaka. at Fort Wayne North Marion at Frankfort Gary Edison at Griffith Calumet Twp. at Gary Tolleston Gary Wallace at Valparaiso South-Bend-Washington, at Goshen H&mmond Noll at Hammond Hobart at Huntington Indpls.' Attudt, at Manual i Indpls. Shortridge at Broad Ripple Indpls. Howe at Indpls. Wa;\v ington Indpls.- -Sacred- Heart at West Lafayette New Castle a k Indpls. Tech Clarksville Providence' at Jeffersonville Kokomo at Peru La Porte' at South Bend Riley Rensselaer at Logansport Michigan City at South Bend Adams Delphi at Monticello "• Richmond at 'Muncie Central ' Lawrence..Central at Noblesville Feb. 7—Burnettsville Feb. 14—Brook Feb. 21—At Reynolds Camden To Open WthWnamacS CAMDEN — Three regulars and one part-time regular are combining talents .to make Cam-den's 1957-58 basketball outlook promising in the opinion of Coach Dennis Horn. "We could do very well if some of last year's reserves come through to fill a'couple of gaps, Horn said. Jerry Yerk-es, who already has earned three varsity letters, heads the contingent of !four lettermen. The three are Doug Groninger, 6-0 guard; Ron Swayze, 6-1 forward; and Danny Hizer, 5-11 guard. Yerkes,.'the tallest performer at 6-2, Groninger and Swayze played first string last year. Hizer saw considerable action and started frequently; . Five juniors aire bidding for regular jobs. They include Howard BeigWer, 6-0; Charles Kesterson, 5-11;'Ron Kleckner, 5-10; Tom Sullivan. 6-0;. Clyde Shoemaker/ 5-8; Other candidates are Craig McCain, 6-5 senior and .George-Ringer, 5-8 sophomore. Horn directed the Red Devsls to a 14-7 record last year. Their experience and height (six boys 6- feet-or better) could make Camden a Carroll county power. -The Red Devils begin the campaign next Friday, November 8 in 1948 on his'way to 18-.wins in 23 town,- 111. Princeton at Sullivaa:., Terre Haute Wiley-si George- starts that season. Demon Hanover was raced. for, three more seasons, winding up with a bankroll of $187,000, at that time the largest earnings held by. a trotting stallion. Critchfield purchased the horse for $82,000. . Only six other horses^Nashua, Tulyar, The Phoenix, My Babu and Alibhai, all thoroughbreds, amd Adios, a pacer-^ever sold for $500,000 or'more. High School Football Warsaw 7, Columbia City 7 (tie) Decatur Central 25, Greenwood 6 Speedway U, Plainfield 9 Indpls. Howe 13, Warren Gen* tral 6 • - - . Gary Mann 13,' Gary Emerson 13 Gary Tolleston" 13, Gary Froe- bal 2 Gary Roosevelt 12, 'Gary Wallace 2 " Gary Wirt 20, Gary Edison 0 Evansville Memorial 32, Evansville Bosse 0 - - tashvilk -at' Conriersvffie postponed Tiptbn at Rochester Washington at Vincennes Saturday New .Albany at Evansville Bosse Terre Haute Schulte at Danville. (111.) Schlarmao Evansville Reitz at Indianapolis Cathedral Boxer Remains In A Me SHBFFEDLD, England W—Boxer Jackie -Tiller was still in a semi-conscious condition .Monday, five months" after .collapsing in d ressing room following a fight. Officials at the Sheffield Royal Infirmary, said ' there,. had "been "no significant change"- in "the condition of the bantamweight professional who was 'knocked down three; times -May '28 in a fight against Eric Brett. Tiller was unconscious for many hours after the fight. An operation was performed late in the-spring to -remove a -blood clot in the brain. Brook and Flora follow Winamac into the Catnden gymnasium. The schedule: Nov. 8—Winamac Nov! 15—Brook 19—Flora Nov. 2&-At Delphi Nov. 29—At Bunker Hill . Dec. 6—Western Dec. 10—Galveston j) ec- is—At Wolcott Dec. 19-20—Tourney at Jan. 3—Monon Jan. 10—Cutler Jan." 17—At Fowler Jan. 21—At Royal Center Jan. 24—Northwestern Jan. 31—Burlington., Feb. 5—At. Washington Tp. Feb. 7—At Brookston Feb. 14—Francesville Feb. 18^-Kentland Penn Will Enforce No Drinking law Ai Football Dames Early Birds Get In Cage Season South Bend Central Waits Two Weeks To Open Play opens officially Friday night— but Bans will, have to wait .until Nov. •their last 30 games. Elmer McCall's Bears will open Donovan,Spahn Best finishers NEW YORK --.(&-Dick 'Donovan of the Chicago White Sox and Warren Spate of the Milwaukee Braves, a" _pair of pitchers who like to finish what they start, boasted the best .complete game aver ages "in. the majors in 1957. The 29-year-old Donovan completed 16 games' out of .28 starts for a .571 percentage, tops : in the American League. Spahn went the route 18 times in 35 starts; The stylish southpaw was the National League leader ,with a '.514 mark. Figures compiled by. The Associated Press also disclosed Monday that Spahn's 18 complete at home, two weeks from Satur- games were high in the majors. John D. Smith, Roosevelt's veteran coach, 'has turned over the velt, a defending regional champ, nemp .with 17. Donovan, teammate Billy Pierce amd the Giants' Ruben Gomez had 16 route-going many major coaching changes this fall; Appointment of Muncie Central's Jay McOreary as head coach at Louisiana State started one of the of changes. He was suc- head coach. Ray Crowe of Indianapolis Attucks, whose won-lost record probably was the best in Hoosier prep hardwood history, moved up to athletic director and handed the veteran Tiger squad to Bill- Garrett, late of Shelbyville, Indian U. and the Harlem Globetrotters. Other coaches in new locations include Douglas Adams, Michigan City; Cliff Barker, Jeffersonville; Mel Payton, Lebanon-; John Bastin, La Porte; James Jones, 'Logans-port;- Ted Server, North Vernon; Fred KeTioe, Plymouth; Charles 'L. Dills, Richmond; Bob Lochmueller, Seymour; T. L Plain, Vincennes; Stuart Chestnut, Washington; Bob Biddle, Soutl Bend Riley; and Jim Roush, Mid dlebury after' three years at Milan Early starters Friday night will include Lewisville and Otterbein both winners of 24 straight 'game; last year before they were-stopped in state tourney play. Lewisville, overtime loser to New Castle two straight years, will open against Mount Summit and Otterbein will come out against Montmorenci. Most of the bigger schools still will be busy with football. Some of the starters with rich basketball traditions will include Scottsburg at Paoli, Salem at Madison, Middletown at Marfdeville, and Henryville at-Silver Greek. Marengo, New Albany sectional champion, will start at Birdseye New Palestine, first-time winner of the Greenfield sectional, will open- at McCordsville. Tangier which won the Rockville sectional for the first time, will start at Kingman.' West Lafayette Jags Delphi 20-6 WEST LAFAYETTE—Delphi's Oracles put up a game battle here Monday night but proved no match ; or the vastly improved : West Lafayette Satans' as the Westsiders won a 20-6 football battle. The Satans scored in the period, added two more in ;hird before yielding a lone, ;o the Delphi club; West 'Lafayette led in first downs 13-9 and was ahead on yards passing-108 to 26 and yards rushing 202^ to 192. Del)hi lost two fumbles and Westside .ost one bobble. Dick Hoist got West Lafayette's first the TD against the Winamac Indians, fast TD on^ a two-yard plunge at :he end of a 61-yard march. Jed Sngeler kicked 'point. In the third period Bob Ditamore ran 8 yards for a TD and hen he 'passed to Hoist on a 42- yard TD play. Engeler kicked >oint after the second six-pointer. Delphi's ,lone tally was a 56- yard blast straight up the middle >y Monty Wood. Summary: Camden Delphi 0006—6 (Cutler; Deer Creek, Burlington) W. Lafayette 7 0 13 0—20 T.D.—(WD- )M61st 2, Ditamore; :D) Wood. P.A.T.—(WL) Engeler 2. Hifs Athletics As Too Important In High Schools Today CHICAGO W' —-Historian Henry Steele Commager /defended Amer- can high schools Monday -against often' heard charges of watered down education but accused them of degrading athletics- into a bur- esque"show/ . PHILA.DELPHIA W- The Unl- "More and more the athletic tail versity of'Pennsylvania a-nnounc- ^ wagging tte,academic _dog, ed Monday -that no one will be Commapr said-in a speech pre- allowed to drink liquor at its'?^ for a conference on the home football games. And no one under the influence of liquor will be allowed in Franklin Field. The ban—Actually' the enforcement of a'long- standing university regulatiort—- came after the'j arrest Saturday of three Penn students. . They tried to take a half - gal- lon'of Burgundy'to! the Penn-Navy game. -'-The upshot; was charges Aonerioan high "school. "More and more young men who are protected by law ; from exploitation in the labor market are exploited for .the convenience, the entertainment or the profit of iadults. • 'We would not expect — we would not permit. — our high scihool daughters to entertain the community 'in 'a night club or burlesque show. There is no reason conduct against all three plus re- sistinglarrest, and battery 'against one. assault and They - were convicted and fined $250 and costs. Read the Classified Ads . munity ; by what . are . - in effect burlesque performances on t2ie' playing field." : - . • Piano sales in the United States grew from 145,000 in 1947 to 178,000. in .1955. : - jobs each. Donovan, a hu-sky righthander, posted a. 16-6 won-lost record • and hurled two shutouts. The 36-year- old Spahn won 21 games—including four shutouts—and lost 11 'as he aided the • Braves' pennant drive with clutch mound performances. It was the eighth time that Spahn had'won 20 or more games in his big league career. Pierce -ranked second to Donovan in the complete game averages with 16 CG's in 34 starts for a .471 percentage. Boston's Tom•my Brewer was third with 15 in 32 (for a .469 mark. Rookie Jack Sanford, a 18-game winner with Philadelphia, trailed Spahn with -IS route-going games in 33 starts fo 1 * a .455 -average. The Braves' Bob Buhl finished thkd with .452 on. 14 complete Lincoln-Riley Tilt Thursday Berries Prepare For Rensselaer Clash The city series junior high championship football game between Riley's Poets and the Lincoln ' Railsplitters has been rescheduled for Thursday night at 6:30 o'clock at LHS Stadium, it was announced yesterday by Harvey-Roberts, head mentor for the Loganberries. The game has been carded for Wednesday but the date was switched to'avow a conflict with the annual Hallowe'en celebration in which many'• of the students of the two schools usually take part. Meanwhile, the Loganberry varsity , gridders went through a light workout without pads as they started preparations for the home attraction against the Rensselaer Bombers at LHS Stadium on Friday night. Heavy work is booked for the Berries today and Wednesday before they start tapering off in a light drill' Thursday. Passing offense was stressed yesterday and the Berries are experimenting with some new patterns for two final home games, the match with Rensselaer this week and the game with Jeff of Lafayette set for November 6, which was postponed from Oct. 18 due to the influenza epidemic. f oof boll Briefs : SOUTH BEND, Ind. UP).— End Gary Myers and center Ed .-"Sul- livan'were on fte casualty list , ,. • L Mondav &K Notre Dame opened games m 31 starting-. assignments. J^^V Navy game. Pass The White ^Sox' and Braves' j defense was stressed in workouts. Myers has a slight fracture of his right hand and Sullivan re- injured his ankle. Guard Bob.Gaydos, a sprained ankle victim of the Army game, staffs paced the majors in complete games. Each staff accounted for 59. Barliek To Return As N.L Ump In'58 New NFL Schedule To Pacify Eastern Owners Is Outlined PHILADELPHIA OR—A new six year schedule whereby more inter-conference, games would be played to pacify Eastern owners who say the big gates ah are in the West is being worked on by Commissioner Bert Bell of the National Football League. Under /the present NFL schedule, each team plays horoe an< * away against members of its own. conference and two games with clubs from the opposite conference. This system has come under fire from some members of the eastern conference, notably Philadelphia, Chicago Cardinals, Washington Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers. The owners of these clubs feel all the "big money" is in the western conference which consists* of the Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Colts and San Francisco. 49ers. Bell said Monday he is inclined to agree with th e Eastern owners although he contends, "it wasn't always that way. The big gates used to be in the East while the West starved. The. thing has swung around, however, and I'm trying to do something about it." .- Under Bell's new .schedule plan,. each team would -add a game with, a club in the opposite conference, dropping one away game with a team in its own conference. . Welcome To Bums Civic Luncheon Attended By Over 1,000 LOS ANG-ELES tPMLos Angeles borrowed a touch of Hollywood glamor Monday to roar a wel- win oe siuem^u another week andicome to the recently transplanted Dave Kurd, center and guard, is Dodgers of Brooklyn, shelved with an appendectomy. I More than 1,000 fens attended! CINCINNATI <ff) President ^ a nk -Genmia,- senior left tackle a civic luncheon to. honor Dodger wSS^Hles'™ tee S3 who missed the Pitt game Satur-President Walter. O'Malley and warren, unes or tne rational returned 1 his 'players, known now as the League announced Monday that, dav , DecauseI r • ' T^ A,n(rpi«^-r>nrl.pp<n.<; umpire Al Barliek will return '- !t " ^ «*»*• ^ Angd6S D ° dfienS ' active duty next spring. Barliek has been on leave of -0- BLOOMiENGTON, Ind. W) - Indiana University's Roosters came Former umpire Beans Rearden set the tone for the affair when he yelled: "Play ball:" Guests at the head .table im> when he was "stricken with a j £", u " .™ 'oflne' yearw'ith'nb'mediately picked up rubber base- heart ailment. Giles said BarUcks-i^.. ainyd . are ejected to be balls and tossed them at the au. at full strength for Minnesota dience. There was a wild scram- absence since the spring of 1*6^^^Sov^ game, Iheir ti/flQrt ha • tTJiof* fffr-inlmii TinfU o i vuv v * "^ '• ° V_ > first vie physician, Dr. Richard Allyn of In 3 wies Springfield, 111., has approved the umpire's return to work. With Barliek returning, Giles said the contract of Bill Baker would not be renewed. Baker, a i former major league catcher, who joined the umpiring staff staff last spring, plans to devote Ms full time to his aubomobile business in China Grove, N.C. Saturday. • • They took things easy Monday while. Coaoh' Bob --Hicks, praised bling for the mementos,. and during the rest of the luncheon 'guests asked the .baseball stars and of. , _ them for improved play. ' Hicks' finals to • sign them, commented- "For'the first time- The banquet room was bedeck, our tackling and blocking showed ed with Dodger .pennants, bunting some sharpness. In .spots our ground game proved it has some consistency." • Hicks had a good word for Tail- cartoons and placards. Tables were heaped with popcorn, pop and peanuts. In -back of the speakers table back No-rm Mackin's perfor- stretched a giant sign which Only Nine Unbeaten mance. AS mcks P ut it : ••&f^&B™^.wwfae* viiiy lime WIIMCUICII helped us move." ' baseball across country to a glove —6—~ in kos 'Angeles!.. "The Greatest LAFAYETTE Ind W — Purdue Catch in-Baseball," the-sign said, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'emphasized f defuse ^^^^^^^^ S *^ rr,, ._»._.. .f ____T._-i-.. _..j nranaTs.Urm frir- ttw».Safjirdavs Till- Ine orooKiyn team. Comedian Joe' E. Brown, was untied major college • football teams was down to nine Monday preparation for the Saturday's B3i nois game, the Boilermakers' chance to even their Big Ten rec- master of ceremonies.. But he had to share laughs with Dodger Pre± 3 k " S aid he sident O'Malley, manager Walter S-^Sd«Sd hopes junior quarterback .Bob Alston-and^.^manager : .Ca^ey Sten- Forty-one schools, both big and little, have perfect records with Texas'A & M heading .the mag'or list with a 6-0 mark. . Oklahoma, Auburn, . Dart-mouth, Spoo, who played briefly against gel of Hie New, York Yankees. Miami of Ohio, last Saturday, 'will! Stengel,had the audience- roar- shake a 'hand injury and support I ing with, his rapid,, non - stop sophomore Ross Fichtner against'speech. He'concluded'by rem-ind- the Dlini ing-the fans that he once -man- loriSna^S'-oT Tern^e 1 ' • Be*ita?. right tackle Wayne' ««ed the Dodger^ and. left them Sw^-^lM^F^^fi*^** 111 * 8 **- 111 -! 111 SUlCil a financiai ' hole ««* ^;2^£yfiJ?S ***• ™-^v wiH-not-be aW e to "O'Malley 'was able .to come m gie.s. Duke suffered its first blemish 'Saturday in a 14-14 tie with North Carolina State while Mississippi was beaten-by Arkansas, 126 after winning five straight. Rasslin' Refs Must Start Doing A Job IND'JOAIN'APOLIS LB~Referees in Indiana wrestling matches have got to start.ref9-.-eei.n-g-"an jury, probably will'not be able to start, 'against Illinois.' Gene Selaw- ski is expected Jo open the game. largest California Diily DouWe Paid ALBANY, Calif. (^—The- largest daily double in California racing history was recorded Monday, at! "You've heard Hamey and Sten* Golden Gate Fields' when'five pa-.gel say some, tonny things," 'Al- trons collected $4,199.60- on a com-|ston said when'his turn came, b'ination of' Pasadena SMin" and "They both won jpenmants a-nd _^_ Telyar. they can : afford-to" be funny.. We being just the "third-, man .ifl the. Pasadena Slim, on whom only a finished third- and I have to be ring," by decree -• of Stanley G. j 'total of. $68 .-was wagered, paid i serious " and buy the club and is still paying off the losses I made." Fre"d Raney, manager of the World Champion 'Braves, complimented Los Angeles for acquiring the. Dodgers, and promised it would see "some- great baseball, because this National League is a tough • league." Goldbert :of La ;-Porte, chairman of the State-Athletic Commission. Goldbarg told-a meeting of com-, imissioners,-'deputies,'.- inspectors, referees and promoters .Sunday that wrestling fans have been complaining. The commission chairman also reaffirmed a -comhuission policy of revoking the license'.-of any pro- motor who - buys \afederal gambling tax stamp. : , .$322, $170.20 and $34.30 in winning the first race. Merlin -Volzke was the jockey. Telyar, with Chloy Cunningham up, completed the big double by winning the second; race and paying $9.80, $5.70 and $4.70, The highest daily double ever recorded on the .North -American continent ,was the $12',724.80 paid by Slick Trick and. Rocklite on July 4,' .1954, at Agua.-;Caliente. - Haney said he hoped the enthusiasm shown Monday ' 'will carry over- into -next season." PJIO FOOTBALL Washington 31, New York 14 Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 0 Cleveland 17, ; Chicago Cards T Green Bay 24, Baltimore 21 San'Frandso 21, Chicago'Beart 17 Los Angeles 35, Detroit GHSf-DUCK-BfAl^^ QUAIL-HUNTERS-WE HAVE GUNS AND AMMUNITION BROWNING 5 SHOT AUTO GOLD TRIGGER 12 GA. BROWNING 5 SHOT AUTO GOID TRIGGER * SWHT 16 GA, BRQWNKNG 5 SHOT AUTO-STANDARD 12 GA. REMINGTON AUTOMATIC ITHACA 5 SHOT PUMP MOSSBERG SHOT GUNS 410 GA.-12 GA. SINGLE BARREL + RIPUK-22 SliNGlEiSHOT-22 PUMP-22 i AUTO^22 BOIT -^ REMINGTON 270 H1-POWE* MODR 760 Atol GAMEMASTER AMMUNITION WESTERN EXPERT V^TEim^UPER X REMINGTON PETER HI-YELOaTY GUN CASES AND CLEANING SUPPLIES PHONE 3517

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