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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1957 THE tOGANSPORT PRESS. LOGANSPORT. INDIANA. PAGE SEVEN And J-VV Win Over Rochester Elevens Freshman Club Triumph 27-6 J-V's Win 19-6 Flu Riddles Varsity Squad, Practice Called Off . The "Flu" bug struck in Logansport -high school Monday • and while it practically eliminated the varsity grid squad, enough Freshman and Junior Varsity players still were on.their feet and" the two younger teams played and won a double bill from Rochester's young Zebras at LHS Stadium last night. . . The Frosh team, showing plenty of power, even with reserves filling in the gaps, rambled to a 27-6 victory, their fifth in a row. The Junior Varsity, gaining momentum as the game went along, turned back the'Rochester J-V s 19-6. The win gave the Logan JV's a two won, two lost and one tied record for the seasoji. The local clubs wind up the campaign at Kokomo next Monday, night. The varsity squad of 25 players was hit so hard by sickness that'only nine of them were left for practice. They reported t» Coach Harvey Roberts but after a reviewing of last week's game and the upcoming contest with Jeff of Lafayette and a -few calls-, .thenics, Roberts dismissed the "We'll have w> wait another day or so to see how the boys are shaping up,, before we'll^know whether we can be able to play at all this week," Roberts said. ' The Berry Frosh started off fast using only four plays to score the first time they got the ball. "Jim Buck" Bender got the first tally on a Keeper play after he had set it up with a 35 yard scamper on a similar maneuver. He also booted the extra point. A recovered Rochester fumble led to a second TD 90 seconds later as Danny Farrell swept 34 yards to the goal. Bender again converted. 'The Berries got a third score at the start of the second ^period when Lawrence (Sweet- pea) Farrell rambled 39 yards to a ID Try for point was deflected. ' One TD Called Back Danny Farrell might have had a second TD except for a clipping penalty which" nullified a beautiful 69 yard run he made after squirming through tackle. In the third period the Logan yearlings struck again as Bender unBmbered has pitching arm .and threw a strike to end Paul Weiand for a 10-yard TD. after he had burled a s^arder to Danny Farrell to set it up. Bender ran for the extra point this time and the Frosh subs took over for the rest of the game. It VMS at this point that Rochester got-its tally, an.87-ya5d pass and run play, the aerial going from Mike MSdntyre, the quarterback, to left halfback Dale Schroder, who did a nice 'job of outrunning ihe Berry secondary to'the goal. Try for,point failed and that was it as neither team .was able to score again, although .the Logan subs got to the three .yard line before time rani out in the finail ght halfback, took the kickoff n his own 12-yard line, shot down he sidelines and ran 88 yards to second TD. Rochester fought back gamely nd despite two 15-yard penalties drove 87 yards to - their only ,TD, ompletirig two passes en route, enny Hayden got the 6-<pointer or the Zebras but the ball car- er on the try for point was oiowed under. • Then in the fourth period the erries drove from midfield' to core with Leon Nichols going ie last two yards for the TD. ender, the Berries Frosh quar- erback, was called in.and kicked ie extra point. • Then as Rochester took to the air n hte last three minutes, Bender ntercepted an aerial and raced -back' 41 yards tot he Rochester 9 before he was halted. The Zeb- as never threatened again. Summary: , Logan Frosh 14 6 7 I*—27 Rochester 0 0 6 (•— 6 T.D., (L) Bender, D. Farrell, L? arr&U, Weiand; (R) Schroder. P.A.T. (L) Bender 3. First Downs—(L) 7, (R) 3. Passes—(L) 9, completed 4, lost by interception; (R) 14, com- let«d 7 lost 1 by interception. Penalties—(L) 35 yards; (R) 15 ards, Fumbles—(L) i, lost none; (R) . lost 1. Yards Rushing—(L) 246, (R) 3. Yards Passing—(L) 77, (R) 161- Punt/Returns—(L) 2 yards; (R) one. ^ Kickoff Returns—(L) 63 yards; R) 81 yards. Yards on Pass Interception—(L) 20, (R) none. - • period. Ron Runs 88 Yards to 'the J-V game the Berries got a TD shortly after the start of the second quarter when Car MciPherson • slanted over from the one-yard' line after a 56-yard drive to make it 6-0, Logan at halftime When the second half got under Ronnie Schwering, Logan FINE Th* only thing) you'll like better than qualify • •••3 Logan J-V's Rochester 066 006 7 19 0-6 T.D. (L) McPherson, Schwering, Nichols; .(R) Hayden. P.A.T.-(L) Bender. First Downs—(L) 9, (R) 9. Passes—(L) 3, compelled 2, lost by interception; (R) 9, • com- leted 2, lost 1 by interception. Penalties—L) 35 yards; (R)-50 ards. Fumbtes-CL) X, lost 3; OR) 1, ost 1. Yards Rushing—(L) 126, OR) 92. Yards Passing—(L) 27, (R) 68. Kickoff Returns—(L) 111 yards; R) 14. Yards on Pass Interceptions—(L) 41, (R) 12. Yards gained on fumbled panf— L) none; (R) 32. 'ive Arraigned In Peru City Court Monday PERU —Five persons arraigned n city court Monday afternoon were given sentences by Judge John Devine on charges of public ntoxication and disorderly con duct. Those fined were William Brown >7, Knoxville, Term., fined $32 and entenced ten days in jail; James Dever, Chicago, fined $45 and given a 90 day sentence at the )enal farm; Delbert Alvey, 35 loute 2, Peru, fined $16 and given i ten day suspended jail sen ence; Kenneth Holdren, 40, Peru !40 fine and 90 days at the pena arm and Mose Sopher, 58, Peru 140' fine and 90 days in jail. Pitcher Hughes Sent To Indianapolis Club CHICAGO UP) — Pitcher Jim Hughes has been traded to Indi anapolis for righthander Hal Trosky, son of the one-time Cleveland Indians first baseman, the "Chicago White Sox announced Monday.' ••••' Trosky, 22, was optioned by Indianapolis to Dawnport, Iowa, of the Three I League. He had a 14-10 record for Davenport this season and'204 strikeouts. Shontz, Podres Win IRA Titles YORK (S) — Lefthanders Bobby-Shantz. of .the'New York Yankees, who. made one- of baseball's finest comebacks, and' Johnny. Poidres, of the Brooklyn' Dodgers captured the major eagiue earned nun championships in 1957. . ' . Podres ttas became the first Dodger southpaw to lead; the Na- ional* League, 'in this, category. 3azzy Vance,'a'righthander,-was he only other Brooklyn .'pitcher, to win the ERA title. Vance finished' on top m 1924; 1&2S and 1930. Figures compiled by. The; Asso- iaited Press "disclosed that Shantz took" th e American League, crown with a 2.45 earned run average. The pint-saeed. 32-year-old hurler alilowed only ^.earned runs in 173 nmiings while winning 11 games and losing five; ; " ' A year ago with Kansas City, Shantz wound up with, a 2-7 record and an ERA of 4.37. He'was'ac- quired by the Yanks last February in. a mammoth trade. Podres, who was- in the Navy ast year, not onOy topped* the senior--circuit iti- earned run percentage- with- 2.66, but .he .also paced.the majors in shutouts with six. - - -.;".The Dodgers' mainstay penmit- ed 58 untainted- runs in ,,196 'ramies. He won 12 games and lost mine. ' • ' • Warren Spahn of iMilwaukee amd Don .Drysdaile of .'Bnobklyn weiie right behind Podres witti ^RAs of 2.69 each. , Bob ,BuM; another member of he obampdon Braves, was fourth worth 2.74. He. was' followed by Venn Law of Pittsburgh with 2.86 and rooWe Jad^Sanford-'of-Ph-iila- detlphia/with 3.08. -.' .-" Tom 'Stodivant, the- Yankees' biggest wMner with 16, .was- second to Shantz. in fcbe- American League. He had a 2.53 ERA^re-: suiting fmn 57 earned "runs in-; 203' Oilers And Riders In Major Battle Game Features Northland Prep Football This Week , . By DM-E fcURGESS Associated Press Sports* Writer Whiting's 'Oilers, lost six ".high school football games last year, but rose up to tie East Ohdlcago ^Roosevelt, 13-13., , -•''.-. The Oiler's, will take Rough Riders-, agairi. at- Friday night,' This time' has' onJy two defeats.on its-record but Roosevelt ; is,-, stronger, with a string-of five, victories^,- and the word is that it's ravenous for LAFAYETTE, Bid, UP) — Frank Hoffman; starting right tackle for Purdue in its'last two "games, was football Briefs Delphi Will Be Host To12 (ross Country; Harrier Teams Today ;.-,....'• -,,-_, DELPHI - Twwve teams wfll lost for fihe season- Monday. He } participa t e in-the third annual Del- lUinderwent a knee' oiperation for rjbi invitational cross country meet an ,inijuiry suififered in th.-Wiscorir sin game, last Saturday.' Other' casualties in the defeat included Jfci Redinger, NoV 2 full- bax^V hospitalized with a severe neck sprain-The Boilermakers worked, on 1 improving-," the.-aerM-game for tiheir V : McMgian State, this Satur- e- Biders ' have,,, three games lef ffpn theiVireguilai' ^schedule 'in ' vvihich- to' 'demonstrate they're as tough or tougher than South Bend Central and Eyans- ville~~"Relz, generally "considered the' best ' of this year's prep revenge.; The- Tlhe No. 1-backfield wag oju-arter- badc, rBob vSpoo, hiaMbacks Kenny Mafees sod Leonard Wilson,' ' amd Mel Dilland and Bob Jarus alter- hatdng- at Jrus arie sophomores, :rames. Jdim BuiHEing of Detnoit '. \vias; hard with 2.70. Then came Bob Turley.of the Yanks; with-.2.71," Fteank Suffivan of 'Boston with 2.74 and Dick Donovan of Chica- igo with 2.77. , ' To -win the earned run title a pitcher must work a mteJraum of 154 innings. ' Yanks Will Be Stronger-Casey NiEW YORK (^-Vowaing that his team wffl come back "stronger ten ever" next season, manager Casey Stengel Monday took out an- insurance policy on his, New : York Yankees — particularly on his one-time "Wig three" of. Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra and Bill Skow- Wilson and is its price! WAUONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS tO,; HEW YORK. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86 gjjQOF. 65X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS NEED A BETTER RIDING CAR? Test-drive a''58 Stud^bafcer: Piscover for yourself €he' ex-'. elusive Luxury-Level ride of Studebaker's variable rate front coil springing. Appearing relaxed and over the dl<?a!p(pointjment of his-,World Series 'setback by the Milwaukee Braves, Stengel told a press con- fenen-oee "The injuries to Mantle and Skowron were bad blows and I .wouldn't exactly say that Berra had a good year. Our job now is to get protection at their positions.* We think we have the youngsters to do it." 3ta &ns. regard, Stengel said that catcher John BJanchard first basemen Marv Throneberry and John Jaciuk and 'outfielders Norm Sie- Ibem, Dick Sanders amd Deron Johnson would be given every opportunity to make the dub next -year, fBlanchard hit .310 for Denver's -Little World Series winners 'in 1957.. Thronebenry, a - .250 batter at Denver led the American Assn. n home puns with 40 and ..runs: >atted in with 134. Siebern topped he AA witih'a .349 batting average white Jaiciuk, with 'Richmond, ivas second in batting in the International League with .320 and Johnson batted .305 with Ririg- lampton of the Eastern League. ' Ton very miudi interested ia 3Ianchard," said Stengel. "He's a efthadded hitter and if .he's improved as m/uoh-as I've heard, we may be alile fco-rest-Berra-more often next year. Of course, we've got Elston Howard" who can do '-.a. good job but there may. be times we 1 !! need another lefty hitter behind the plate. "I think that Skowroif will be over his back trouble "before next seaison.- But I want to make sure. When I .saw' Thromeberry last, in spring training he" had a sore arm! But he hits the long ball and you can always use' men like that." What about Man-tJe? "We'll definitely need someone behind him in center, field," Stengel answered. "Maybe it'ffl. be Tony Kubek -again. , Stengel, who tos one year to go on a two-year contract^'- said the Yanks are not. contemplating any trades, "at least until I have looked over all our. youngsters in spring training." . > •elevens. Next, week, Roosevelt plays un- defeated'Hobart, a-'team it beat only 12-7 last .yearr. arid--then •comes'; the annual ; neiigbborhobd brawt with East .Chicago^Washirig- top, ;tied' 14-1& by -Whifcig'pMast week. .'"'.. : - - . .'"-'•- ; . South- Bend Central, -which' has -allowed ia. grand total of two.touch- downs-'in fitee- 'games- while" scoring 195 points, -bain begin ..wrapping the Eastern N'lHC.'.champaonsh'ip Saturday by beating Spuith Bend Riley, whose two 'defeats;.have been in nonhconiference 'play. - Eviamsyille Reitz, whdlehi • has matched South Bend Central's five game defensive, allowance of two touchdowns, has an open date this week. It has scored ; - JTO3 'points. Jirddanapolis Tech...and. Kokomo, the :-North Central's---two unbeaten -tea : ms,. figiure .to.'pick : up their plays alt- Shortridge.,, £3,; and. F kom-o entertainsVFranJjfart,- 2-4.. "Undefeated Terre.'Haute' Garfield of,.the Western-indSiana : circuit has .'a Friday game with bhrice^defea'ted. •Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, a; team' -'Gatifield walloped 43-6 last'year. , .' " Interconferenoe .features will include Seymour of r: the South Central, 'tied but -undefeateid, against New Albany,' defeated' only by Ev- ansvifle Reitz. Major games this week: Tuesday Aurora at Cambridge City Peru ait Ellwood : Thursday , -Clinton at Tare Haiute Wiley Evansvile North at Evansville Memorial .•Gaary Roosevelt at;Gary Froebel East' Gary at 'Gary Mann Jasiper' at<Princeton South Bend 1 Washington at South Bend St. Joseph Terre Haute-Schulte at'Linton Friday Anderson at Sfedbyviie Warren Central at Anderson* Madison Heights Auburn at Warsaw LawrenJoebuirg at BatesvdUe Bedford at Bdcknel Dloominigton University at North' Vernon' Columibus at Jefifersonivilie MartinsviMe at Conn'ersvile Eaast Chicago Roosevelt-at Whit- BLOOMiMGTON, Ind. «• -Indiana , University's Hoosiers shelved fheir usual light 'first-ctf-the-week workout Monday arid buckled down to some serious head knocking in preparation-for Saturday's visit to tough; Ohio-State.; Acting' coach Bob,- Hides summed up Indiana's .dismal..performance in losing 47-1 .to Iowa last week by saymig,, :l - I We're-.'just not'blocking aind'-'tajaklimg."'So : it was back to fundamentals fop the'winless Hoosiers,. and, ; th%''wound-.up the .session witih : 30 'minutes of .intense offensive drill in an .-effort' to improve .timing, Despite the thorough Drubbing, Indiana-has .only/one .player."on- the-injiirjy" list/ He-is tailback Ted Smith,,-iput: temporarily with- a bnuised'hip. '.-"'. at 4:30, p.rn.' today at the. Carroll" county. Country)club course. Knox-ls the defending? champion; but figures to yield the favorite's label to Crown Point wjth" Jeff of Lafayette and Attica, also in contention. - v- '•-,,.Other entries include Royal ; Cen ter, Winamac, .Lbgan'sport, Flora, Frankfort, West "Lafayette, Sheridan and the host".-Oracles. . Outstanding individuals are Dave Liste, - of West -Lafayette,; Darwin Enich of Attica,' Aaron-Wann of Frankfort,. Charles and Cliff Davidson ofiLogansport. A ; trophy will^be awarded to the winning.team >and ribbons to members of the first, second and third place teams. The'-first -seven runners to cross the lin-e will earn medals and places 8 to 15 will re ceive' ribbons. Wayne Hathaway of Delphi holds ihe course record for the two-mile course at 9:57.5 in 1954. . BEND, Ind-. W — The D;airhe..'footballl team was excused frpm : practice -Monday and Tuesday, following its 23-21 victory over Airany • Saturday. The '"Irish; have an open ; date this week'-'and resume' .their sched- Pittsburgh at Notre ule Dame Oct. 26. Senior guard Bob Haydos suffered- the -only serious 'injury against Army. He has a wrenched knee, and wil be limited to light worfcauts this. week. Lop Harriers Win Over Jeff Take 6th Dual Meet For Perfect Season 1 Coach Fred Kinder and his-Faithful Five .of Loganberry harriers reached their second goal of the cross' country season yesterday when they nosed out the Jeff - of Lafayette team in a close battle on the hilly, Purdue golf- course 29 to 30. . The' victory, sixth in a row, completed an- undefeated - dual meet' season for the Berries, their first in history.. It .also ran .to eight in a row the number of dual meets Logan has won, included two at the tag end of last sea- Bell To Lecture, Fine Pro football Fighters Of Browns And Eagles PHILADELPHIA! UP)' —. Commas sioner Bert, BeE of the National Football. League said 'Monday' he iplaanned to lecture players of the Cleveland Browns and, Philadelphia Eagles 'about the' fighting in Sunday's game at Cleveland. "The-fights are on Monday and Wednesday night," said : J]he commissioner. "Those fellows are .paid 1 ' to -play football, not to fight. "I'll'talk to ,the Eagles tomorrow and-the Browns when .they come in here Saturday. I'm going to tell them that, we can't break records .at the gate. playing the 'land of foo'tibaE' they played yesterday. ..',-. son. It was the second goal the Faithful Five and Coach Kinder had set for themselves.' The first had been to score a slam against some foe. They did that last week at Culver Military Academy after coming close-on two previous occasions. • Then they went all out against Jeff's strong team yesterday and barely squeezed out the victory. Lagan did-it with its,"Big Three" top runners, Charles Davidson, who won the race in 10:56; Dave Hart, who was second at 10:58 and Cliff Davidson, who was third at 11:01, leading the pack. Jeff had the next five runners to score, Larry- Ford, Phil. Hurt, Miark Atterbury, Phil DuBois and Jerry Russell, while Logan's other scorers were Dick Jackson and Jim Bain. The Berries had been booked for an invitational meet at Delphi today but due to sickness in the school the locals may withdraw and wait :bn the 'NOG meet at South 'Grove course in Indianapolis on Friday for their next appearance, Coach Kinder said last night. Peru Meets Eiwood In CIC Tonight; Others In Area to Play On Friday The Peru Bengal Tigers, still buzzing about their fine comeback against Tipton's Blue Devils last Friday,' to score their first win of the season 7-6, will get in football work early this .week,'meeting- the Eiwood' •Panthers in a Central Indiana Conference game tonight at Eiwood. The Tigers turned the, trick against, Tipton, coming- .from behind in the third period when Fred Fechtman scored, the tying. TO and freshman Gerry Sherrick collected the big extra point that gave the Bengals a victory. Other Press Sector teams will wait until Friday night for action/ Rochester's Zebras will host the Marion -Giants, Monticello's Tioga Indians will travel to Wabash for a GIC match and Delphi's Oracles will go to West Lafayette, where the Satans are still walking on- clouds after upsetting previously unbeaten Rensselaer 20-13 last week. CANADIAN PRO FOOOBAIL H'BIg FOOT) ' Montreal 32, Ottawa 24 Hamilton 22, Toronto 16 " PRO FOOTBALL Cleveland 24, Philadelphia 7 Baltimore 45, Green Bay 17 New York 24, Washington 20 Pittsburgh 29, Chicago Cards 20 San Francisco 21, Chi. Bears.17 Detroit 10, Los Angeles 7 Stickles Might Have Been Wilh Armv TeM But failed Eye Test SOUTH BEND, Ind. 10—Monty Stiddes, 'who kicked a 28-yard field goal for Notre Dame Saturday to give his team a 23-21' victory over Army, would have been playing for the Cadets if he could have pe.ssed the rigid eye test given at West Point. . The 6-foot4-inch sophomore end was a star player at Poughkeepsie, N.Y.. High School, and scouts from Artny and. some 20 maj&r •colleges wer e after him two years ago after he was graduated. Stickles, son of a brewery truck driver, wanted to go to Army, for West Point is just across th e Hudson River a few miles south of Poughkeepsie. He received an appointment and went bo West Point, where he took the entrance examinations two yars ago-Jbut was turned down (because he was near sighted. Studebaker- LUTES MOTORS, INC W. Broadway & U.S. 24 QDg ' - " Hammond at East Chicago Washington. MMiawatoa at Elikihiart • Eiwood at^ Hartford City • Badiueah (Ky,) Tiighman at Ev- ansvffie Bosse • EvansvaHe Central 'at Evansville Mater Dei Fort Wayne Central at Richmond Fort 'Wayne North at Fort Wayne Catholic Frankfort -.at Kokoiho Franklin at Glreenstiurg • Garrett at NiappanSee ~ . . Gary Edison at MerrHlvMe Vasliparadso at Gary Eiriersoui ^'Griffith at Gary Wirt ' • -' at.Goshiesv' HIGHEST OCTANE ANYWHERE At regular gas price Famous Premium Quality Blue 'Sunoco 200 gives most cars on the . road today their best possible performance. And because it sells at regular gas 'price, you can save up to 4£ a gallon over other premiums. If yours is one of the highest com*, pression cars, it needs nothing finer than Super Premium Blue Sunoco 240. You can save money compared to "third pump" premiums. -Calumet Twp. 'at Hammond Nol Hamimond Clark at Hammond 1 Tech * « Wiashington at Hun-tiMgbuing • HJobairt ,at:,!MiAigaTi- City- Huntinigton "at 'Plymouth In.dpls. Cathedral at South Bemdi Adams Indpls. Tedh^ at Sliortridge Kiridin at Lebanon Laf ayet,fce at Loigansport " Washingtm^Clay at La- Port* Marion 'at Bochesfcer • Momticslo at Wabafih . ' . New Castle at Muncie. Central New Albany at Seymour (NoiblesviUe at Sheridan Rensselaer at Morocco Brookville at RushviUe GeoTigetown, El., at Suiivan Toll City at Mitchell Terre' Haute Gerstmeyer at Terre Haute Garfield ^ Aiexandniia at Tipton Delphi at.West Lafayette ' Saturday East St.- Louis, (111) Lincoln at Ace Armstrong Winner Over Thompson In 7th NEW YORK (ffl — Undefeated. Gene ('Ace) . .Armstrong of Eliza-' Ibelh, N.J,, handed Eddie. OMadiine- Giun 1 ) Thompson his first defeat Monday night by stopping- the stocky $few Yorker^ on an eye cut in seven rounds .at, St. Nicholas Arena'. -Armstrong ^weighed lfl5 3 /4, Thompson 156%.' r ' AuTOistrong racked up his info victory in as many pro fights. Thompson,- '21, now bias a .12-1-1 record. •EvasnsvUl'e Lincoln ... South Bend Central at iBeod" Riley. •.. ' . South ASK AID (Continued from Page 1) COMPLETE A tci Z WINTER PROTECTION LEAVE THIS tHECK LIST WITH YOUR SUNOCO DEALER O Anti-Fr«».z. D Air Clecmw D Spark Plug«-€l.cni Q Oil Chang* Q Flush Radiator D Spar* Tir«-Inflat« [^ OH Filter D Tird$-1nflat« Brake Fluid Q Battery Service [~] A to Z Lubrication Q Lights Inspected plenty of tune to serve,the physically handicapped and mentally retarded children for the second semester of this school year. Contributions from': various organizations are «niing-in to supply, the special' school with furniture. . ' ••-•••" Fences are up at both Washington ^arid Daniel Webster schools to prevent.pupils from -getting into the construction; area.'. 3. Riley bofler work is progressing. •-.*•-.'•'-•• - •- '' : " •, - * DONT LET WIRTER CATCH YOU NAPPING- SEE YOUR SUNOCO DEALER! SUN OIL COMPANY, Philadilohia 3, fa. RADIO NEWS "Sunoco 3-Storfetra" Mondoy to Md«y, i Courtland (Corf) Pherson Sunoco Service /: ' --I."" 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