SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINE Hoosier Hysteria Under Way Tuesday Many Big'Little' Schools In Indiana By DALE BURGESS INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The early weeks of the Indiana high school basketball season, starting Tuesday night, belong to ftie little schools. 'i "Little" refers only to., enrollments that are a little light. for football. Some of their basketball teams are big enough to bob for apples without picking 'em first. Bunker Hill, the Peru sectional winner last spring, -will have 6- foot-9 Gary Brown in u n iform again when it opens the new campaign at Rossville Tuesday night. He weighs a mere 250 pounds. Missing, however, will be big Jeff Blue of Bainbridge r one of last season's standouts regardless of school size, when Ed Longfellow starts a rebuilt team against ' Roachdale. Blue is at Butter U. Last year's state scoring champion,, another smaller school product, is back. Marion Pierce, who averaged 36.2 points last season, will be in the Lewisville. lineup Friday night, at Mooreland. He'-s ,6-4!/ 2 . Bloomfield, the Wabash Valley champion and ranked No. 16 in the state for the 1959-60 season, will open at home Friday nigh> against Solsberry. And 6-foot-7 Dan McGhee and a couple of 6-4 boys are still in the Bloomfield lineup. A couple, of first-time sectional winners will start Friday—Albion at Ligonier and.Waterloo at home against Riverdale. Albion lost key men but will be pretty big. Water- foo kept most of. its squad. Carlisle, sectional and regional champ last year, will-throw another strong team against Oaktown in a Friday night opener. Indiana State now has guards H i n k 1 e Hartsburg and Ray Riggs from the Carlisle team that ; had a 27-2 record last season, but returnees include 6-4 Allen Vanmeter, 6 ; 3 Ed Willis and five other veterans. Montpelier, another sect i o n a 1 winner will show gpod size again in a home opener Friday against Warren. Most major conferences will hold off action for two or three weeks but the Mid-Southern is 'an exception. Co-champions Corydon and Paoli will play road games Friday at Brownstown and North Central of Farmersburg, respectively. Paoli also' has a home game Wednesday with Ellettsville: Many of • the larger schools haven't even started practice yet. The "summer book" says Koko- mq will be the team ot beat. Some of the opening wee games: < TUESDAY Amp at Ladoga Roachdale at Bainbridge Freetown at Brownstown Bunker Hill at Bpssville Huntington Catholic at Warren Mprristown at Arlington Otterbein at Montmorenci Henryville at Silver, Creek .Vincennes Catholic at Decker WEDNESDAY Ellettsville at Paoli FRIDAY Albion at Ligonier, Stilesville at Amo Crothersville. at Austin Solsberry at Bloomfield Corydon at Brownstown Akron at Bunker Hill Oaktown at Carlisle Spiceland at Centerville Etna Green at Tippecahoe ' Francesville at Culver Mays at Knightstown Memori Lewisville at Mooreland Warren at Montpelier Morristown at Hauser Yorktown at Muncie Burns Ossian at Lancaster Boswell at Otterbein Paoli at North Central (Ferm ersburg) Syracuse at Pierceton Clasksville Providence at Scotl burg Shawswick at Loogootee Honey Creek at Terre Hau State Milan at Vevay Riverdale at Waterloo Wolcott at Medaryville Whiteland at Zionsville Giants Lose Again On Tour Of Japan TOKYO (AP) - The San Fra cisco Giants .lost the third, gam of the six played so far on th goodwill^ tour : of Japan today an the, 10-7 defeat.set the fans buzzing. : , How is this possible,.a Japane fan asked a Japanese baseball o ficial'?, . . 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After his second tally, Peru spiced it a bit as quarterback John Atkinson hurled a 10 yard pass to end Tom Scott for a six pointer. Atkinson collected four extra points from placement. All of Elwood's scoring came in the third period as Jim Adams drove four yards and Tom Peters hurled a 25-yard pass to Ed Jones for the pair of six- pointers. Neither team scored in the first quarter and then the , dam broke. Peru scored four times in the second period, Elwood got its two TDs in the third and Peru climaxed the show with two more scores in the fourth quarter. Peru fans flooded the field as the game ended and paraded players and Coach Bob Larson on their shoulders. Incidentally, Coach Larson got a shower bath at the "hands of his happy players later. The Tigers rolled up rushing yardage of 1293 : to 116 for Elwood, hit 3 of 8 passes for 32 yards while Elwood clicked on 4 of 9 by air" for 75 yards. Peru was penalized 65 yards, Elwood 35 and the Tigers' led in first downs 12 to 9. Summary: Peru 0 27 , 0 13-40 Elwood 8 0' 12 0—12 T0-(P) Sherrick 5, Scott; (E) Adams, • Jones,. PAT-(P) Atkinson 4. . LSU Ties Ole Miss UNIVERSITY, Miss. (AP) Center Allen Greeni last-play star of Mississippi's victory over Arkansas last week, kicked a 41- yard field goal with six seconds left Saturday as second-ranked Mississippi gained a 6-6 tie with rugged, four-times beaten Louisiana State. Named AP lineman, of the week after his. last-play field goal beat Arkansas, 10-7, the senior center came back to kick two field goals for- all the Rebel scoring in this regionally televised Southeastern Conference football thriller. Green's tying field goal averted a defeat which would have been the first for the Rebels since they lost to the Tigers 7-3 last year. Ole MissXtook a third period lead on a 38-yard field goal by Green early in the quarter. LSU moved ahead early'in the fourth on a touchdown by sophomore halfback Hay Wilkins. LSU "000 ft—6 Miss. ' 003 3—6 COMING THROUGH-Nayy's fleetfooled halfback Joe Bellino (27) wriggles his way through would-be Notre Dame tacklers during first quarter of game Saturday at Philadelphia. "At lower right apparently surprised that he didn't get Bellino is George Haffner (11). Other Irish players are Jot- Perkowski (38), Angela Dabiero (44), and Myron Pottios (75). (UPI Telephoto) Navy Edges Irish 14-7 PHILADELPHIA (AP) -•' Second string quarterback Harry Dietz sparked a fourth quarter touchdown march capped by Joe Bellino's second score of the day that gave Navy a 14-7 victory over a surprisingly tough, underdog Notre Dame Saturday. Bellino, whose fumble "led to Notre Dame's only touchdown, in the second period, scored from 12 yards out early in the first per- Baylor Is Upset 14-6 FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Towering sophomore Guy (Sonny) Gibbs crumbled undefeated, untied Baylor's hopes by running and passing Texas Christian to a 14-6 upset Saturday. Gibbs, who operates better in the daytime since he can't see without contact lenses, passed to Buddy lies for seven yards and one touchdown. Then he ran for 21 yards and passed for 12 in sending the Horned Frogs to their second touchdown following a costly Baylor fumble. He made .the score himself with a 2-yard blast. Baylor, the nation's No. 7 team and unbeaten through .five games, was outplayed by a Texas Christian team that reached its height of the season. It knocked Baylor out of a tie for the Southwest Conference lead and kept itself in the running for the title. ' Tech 30-6. Baylor 6 '0 ! 0 .0— 6 Texas Christian 0 7.0 7—14 Joe Sabatini Gets Only Wabash TD CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (AP. — Jack Orin passed for three touchdowns and scored one himself on a 52-yard punt return Saturday as Ohio Wesleyan drubbed Wabash 35-8 ;in a nonconference football game. : Wesleyan, left with a 5-1 record, ran up 28 points in the first half before the'Little Giants could get near the end zone. The loser finally scored in the second period on a 15-yarf run by Joe Sabatini. MIUWORK We Can Make it for you! If it's -made of wood our experienced craftsmen can moke it for you, to your specifications from quality seasoned lumber. Now is the time to select Your Storm Windows and Doors • from our Complete Stock. Trellis Cornice Modern built ins cabinets Custom Window* CALL 3141 For Free Estimate FARM BUREAU CO-OP 108 East Ottawa Street iod, capping an 81. - yard drive in which he ground out 74 yards. The senior halfback from Winchester, Mass., teamed with Dietz and fullback Joe Matalavage midway in the fourth quarter in a 64- yard touchdown drive following a pass interception. It kept Navy's record spotless for the year. It was the seventh straight vie-, tory for the unbeaten Middies, ranked fourth nationally. Notre Dame has lost five in, a row since beating California in its opener. Except for the early first quarter doings and the final Navy drive, Notre Dame, a two -touchdown underdog, dominated the play in Philadelphia Stadium. It threatened a minute before the game ended by marching to Navy's four - yard line where the middies held. . . Late in the third period Notre Dame twice moved deep into Navy .territory but failed on field goal- attempts, of 16 and 31 yards by fullback Joe Perkowski. Halfbacks Angelo Dabiero and-George Sefcik sparked Notre Dame's'run- ning attack. . Notre Dame's • only score came when Bellino, apparently on a bad handoff from . quarterback . Hal Spooner, fumbled on his own 19- yard line and fullback Mike Lind recovered for the Irish. ' Four plays later, with the ball still on the 19, end Jim" Sherlock made a spectacular catch of quarterback George Haffner's pass just in bounds on the'three -yard line, outhustling two defenders. On the next play Dabiero circled left end for the touchdown. Perkowski added the extra point. Greg Mather added both conversions for'Navy." Navy's big break in the fourth quarter came when halfback Allen Hughes picked off a Haffner pass on "the Notre Dame 27 and returned it, to the Notre Dame 36. Then, with Matalavage and Bellino grinding out most of' the yardage and Dietz tossing a key 19-yard pass to end Jim Luper, the Middies .marched. The pass completion put the ball on the Irish 2. Bellino needed two tries to get over. Early in the quarter, Mather tried a field goal from the 13 but it was blocked. Dietz' play - calling on the final march kept Notre Dame's defense loose and gave the two hard-run ning ba'cks the openings they needed to get underway. The two scores for Bellino, who led all ground gainers with --113 yards, ran his season touchdown total to 13 and 80 points, adding to his own Navy record. . The 63,000 spectators were on the edge of their seats minutes before the game ended when a 60-yard pass by Haffner to halfback Bob Scarpitlo put the Irish on the Middle 13-yard line. Notre Dame drove to the 4 and then Navy pushed them back to the 11 and took over on downs. Bellino mafle the key tackle which pushed Scarpitto back to the 11. Navy tied an Academy record for consecutive victories with Saturday's triumph. With three season ending victories last year and seven this season, they now have won 10 straight. It was only the second time an Irish team has lost five in a row. The last time was in 1936. Notre Dame 07-00—7 Navy 700 7—14 Navy—Bellino 12 run (Mather kick) • ND—Dabiero .1 run (Perkowski - kick) Navy — Bellino 1 run (Mather kick) Attendance—63,000. WINS TOURNEY MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) —Jim Terrier of San Francisco, shot a par 75 Saturday and finished fourth with 299 in a $12,000 golf tournament. 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An improved team of Lucerne Lions gets under wary Tuesday at Chili, then meets tfie Bulldogs of Royal Center Friday night at Royal Center. Tipton township's Tigers travel to Burlington, Galveston is host to Sharpsville, and Young America plays at Washington township (o round out action in Cass county Tuesday night. — Friday night will feature Star City and Twelve Mile in a game at Fulton. Saturday's cage schedule for Cass teams includes Tipton township and Prairie township at Bunker Hill Air Base and Washington township and Metea playing at Fulton. John Lebo's Monterey Fliers, rated by many as the team to beat in Puteski county, kicks off the campaign a week from Tuesday at Union township. Winamac will not open its season until Nov. 11, at Monon. Delphi's season starts Nov. 18, against Lafayette Central Catholic. Coach Junior Mannies is hoping to find someone to fill the shoes of high-scoring Ron Galloway, who was lost by graduation. Camden will open Nov. 11, against Brook, and then play Flora Nov. 15. This will be Flora's .first game. Rochester starts action Nov. 10, against LaPaz at Plymouth. Other Fulton county teams open this week. These games include: Tues- S1GN AGREEMENT PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Army and Navy have signed a three- year agreement to hold their annual football game at Philadelphia Stadium through 1963. EXTEND STRING BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Western Michigan's cross-country team defeated Indiana and Illinois tolay, extending its string of vic-i tories to 22. day: Akron st Aubbee; Atwood at Talma; Silver Lake at Richard Center; Friday: Grass Creek at Talma; and Kewanna vs. Argps »t Aubbee. Logansport opens its campaign Nov. 23, against Winamac, Syracuse Stopped By Pitt . SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Aroused Pittsburgh shattered Syracuse's 16-game winning streak 10-0 Saturday, whipping the No.,3 leamxof the nation on a 14-yard touchdown by Jim raficant and a 38-yard field goal by Fred Cox. Pitt, a 10-point underdog which had won 2, lost 2 and tied 2 in 5 previous starts, grounded Syracuse's air game with three alert interceptions and recovered three of the Orange's .fumbles before 41,872 fans. It was the first game Syracuse, the No. 1 team of the nation last year, had lost since it bowed to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl after the 1958 season. ^ Traficant, a sophomore quarterback from Youngstown, Ohio, faked a handoff to fullback Jim Cunningham and ran 14 yards for the Pitt touchdown early in the first period. '. The field goal by Cox came at 2:33 of the third period after tie had recovered Ernie Davis' fumble on the Syracuse 25. Pitt ". 703 9-10 Syracuse 0000—0 Casey Scoffs At Hint Of Retirement NEW YORK (AP)-Casey Stengel, ousted as New York Yankee manager because of his age, scoffed at retirement Saturday and said: "I got so many calls offering jobs that I'll spend the next three or four weeks deciding which to accept. 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