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Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Berries To Play Lafayette Here Wednesday Winner to Claim Sixth Place in NCC Standings Twelve Seniors Play Final Football Game for Logansport; Coach Roberts Eyes Third Straight Win Over Bronchos, PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Logansport Pos. Lafayette Neil Sanders (164) LE John Danaher (175) Al Thomas (187) LT Dave Boy 11 (195) Paul Goodale (175) LG ' Gary Lee (168) Terry Hargrove (190) ... . C Bill Latta (161) Don Fruits (160) .... Bill Lemond (177) Tom Rush (170) . Dave McKenzie (140) Joe Robinson (160) .... Gary Bogle (182) .. Byron Broome (180) Jerry Pfaff (185) RG. Jim Moss (175) RT Mike Tuherty (164) RE. Dave Nichols (160) or Jack Cain (160) QB. Mike Maple (172) LH . Don Bessignano (167) ...RH John Gibson (169) FB Kickoff Time—7:30 o'clock. Officials—Tom Dean (Wabash), John Fee (Monticello) and Frank Kressler (Rcnsse- laer). Logansport and Jeff of Lafayette—two keen athletic rivals experiencing disappointing football fortunes thisi Bowl year—close their North Central conference campaigns Wednesday night at the LHS Stadium. Kickoff time has been moved up to 7:30 o'clock for this struggle, postponed from its original date of October 18 when influenza struck down most of the Loganberry grid squad. Although neither the Berries nor iBronchos are making much headway on the gridiron this season, •the game affords the winner the chance to claim undisputed possession of sixth place in the final conference standings. Logansport has licked only Marion in five NCC appearances. Lafayette pounded Frankfort for its Tigers Gun For Sooner Scalp At 47 Missouri Poses Problem for Tough Oklahoma KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) — For once -in a long period, some experts are whispering this weekend could mean the snipping of football's longest winning string. The occasion will be Oklahoma's clash Saturday against Missouri at Columbia with the Sooners seeking their 47th consecutive victory, their 64th straight win in Big Eight competition and the 101st for Coach Bud Wilkinson. Oklahoma puts a lot on the line against Coach Frank Broyles' j tough Tigers. In addition to' stretching its win streak, 0 k 1 a - homa seeks the Big Eight title and its automatic berth in the Orange Two "Dream Race" Horses Now Seeking Jockeys at Trenton OAMDBN, N.J. ('UP) - The 'dream race!' of the year is turning into a nightmare for the owners of Dedicate and Round Table. Mrs. Jan Burke of New York, owner of Dedicate, learned Monday night that Willie Hartack'will be unable to ride her horse in the $75,000 added Trenton Handicap at Garden State Park Saturday. AA Players Hire Attorney NEW YORK (UP)—J. Norman Lewis revealed today he has been retained by the American Association's players to explore the possibility of forming a pension fund similar to the major league plan. Lewis, who also is attorney for the major, league players, said he ^also has'been informed the Inter- I national League's players "will or- Hartack, the nation's leading ganize on the same basis." He ;}ockey the last two years; is" committed to ride Calumet Farm's A-Glitter in the'Selima Stakes at Laurel this weekend. "That's a real blow for us," Mrs. Burke told the United Press in New York when informed that Hartack was not free to pilot Dedicate. She- declined to state whether Dedicate would be withdrawn from the race, but a stable spokes- such a move "was See Possible Upset Hint Several Changes for NFL Coaches very possible." Meanwhile, Willie Shoemaker decided to string along with Gallant Man in the Trenton, leaving Texas Aggies Replace Oklahoma as No. 1 Opponents Keep Wondering How A & M Does It, But Schedule Includes No Soft-Touch. NEW YORK (UP) — Texas ranking. Both teams were new- A&M's perfect-record powerhouse, I comers to the select group this MoNenkopf Likes Michigan State for Trip to Rose Bowl CHICAGO (UP)—Michigan State was the Rose Bowl pick today of Jack Mollenkopf, coach o£ Purdue which upset the Spartans. Mollenkopf spoke at a quarterback lunch in Chicago Monday after his club added Illinois to its •upset last Saturday. And the i which" often leaves its opponents 'week, along with Navy and Michi Boilermakers meet league-leading]wondering just how it keeps win- gan. Ohio State this Saturday. ning, replaced Oklahoma today as' Auburn, whose coach Shufi Jor"Ohio State is the power of the'the No. 1 team in the United Press dan received a new contract Mon- said he met with representatives of the American Association on Oct. 14 and later wrote to Ed Doherty,-president of the A.A.; Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick and George Trautman, president of the National Association, asking to schedule a conference. According to Lewis, the players' principal aims-are to obtain a pension fund similar to the majors' and to establish a minimum monthly salary — probably about $500 a month. In addition the players want to "talk about" hospitalization coverage, adequate protec- conference," Molenkopf said, "and!college football ratings. i day largely on the strength of this gan State." Mollenkopf discounted Minnesota because he said they lacked team The records and performances on recent Saturdays is the only basis for some experts leaning to-j ward an upset. Missoyri stopped Colorado's powerful offense Saturday for a 9-6 decision Just two weeks ago Oklahoma ijtrained in pushing back Colorado 14-13. Saturday, the Sooners appeared to be just another football team in a colorless 13-0 win over Kansas State, which had been listed as a five-touchdown underdog. Wilkinson made his usual gloomy remarks, but his cheerless Round Table without a rider. Wil- tion for the many flights required lie Molter, who trains Round Ta-j to meet the far-flung league's ble, was counting heavily on Shoe- schedule, relaxation of various re- maker and now may switch to either Dave Erb or Willie Harmatz—if they are available this weekend. Armstrong Upsets Randy Sandy in Ten NEW YORK (UP) — Promoter Teddy Brenner has promised unbeaten Gene (Ace) Armstrong a TV fight with "some ranking middleweight contender" at St. Nicho- .attitude was ignored. He has of-!las Arena, Dec. 9 or 16, because NEW YORK (OP) — Look _ror;f ere( j s j m ii ar statements in the'of Monday night's upset triumph single triumph, also in five con-,more upheavals in the coaching past| only to have nis m jgh ty team'over Randy Sandy ,1 ranks in nro football after the! «•« fn^f-ti fnr> Trintnfif >,«• o *-«nm_ A »«-. n i-««« n - ,,,u« , are continuous in Chicago about the fate of Paddy Driscoll. Detroit, named a co-favorite in the Western Conference has taken a pounding, and their 3-3 record is anything but impressive. And Wecb Ewbank of the Colts is also in tests. schools figure that victory hi this finals would salve some ot the previous hurts, which have accumulated during the course of five-game losing streaks. Jeff, in fact, appears in worse condition than Logan considering recent football success, sinee the Bronchos have defeated only Frankfort in their last 111 ball games. Lafayette Coach Norm Willey, endeavoring to "fire up" his boys for an all-out effort, reminds the Bronchos that he's like to beat Logan Coach Harvey Robert for a change. Roberts directed elevens registered decisive three-touchdown conquests over Jefferson the last bwo seasons. Seniors Finish The program marks the comple- trouble, tion of prep football careers for 12 j Logansport seniors. They include: End Neil Sanders; Tackle Al Thomas and Jim Moss; Guards; Dave Baker and Everett Cook; Centers; Teriy Hargrove and Dick Sundy; Quarterbacks Dave Nichols and Steve Wheatley; Halfback Don Bessignano; and Fullbacks John Gibson and Pat O'Connor. Roberts waii encouraged by the Berries' striking power in Monday's practice. "If we can get our offense moving and hold that ball a little longer, our defense surely •will get a big boost, too, he reasoned. "We've played well against Lafayette in recent years and perhaps the kids still have 48 minutes of hard football left in their systems," Robert declared. "It will take such an effort since Je'ff can fiel'd a formidable array of runners. Roberts plans to go with _the same lineup that opened against Rensselaer last week and will continue to alternate his two quarterbacks — Senior Dave Nichols and Junior Jack Cain. Injuries Costly Lafayette, beset with costly injuries all season long, has shuffled its lineup several times hoping to locate a clicking unit. The loss of Quarterback Dave Price-was the biggest blow to Broncho hopes. He suffered a broken leg Regular guards Tom Ketterer and Bob Haywood and Halfback Jerry Acheson also are sidelined. Bight seniors and two juniors " join sophomore Quarterback i ranks in pro football after thej go t ' orth for v i ctor y by a mam- • n\nr-n rtC tViitr pQQcnn fdan WP r UP ti_ • had in quite a few years. There'll be denials from every corner but there'll be a switch in the field boss at Los Angeles, where Sid Gillman now holds ™** Outcome Doubtful "I am quite positive we will play as • well as we can and we hope it will be good enough, although in this game it is a little doubtful," sway. At Green Bay^Lisle Bla^k- ;said f oott)a n' s most victorious _t u._u —u..,. „„, coacn] adding he believed Okla- strictions on playing .winter ball, uniform meal and travel money and various other minor compensations. The American Association is is a possibility. But I like-Michi-| When the Texas Aggies beat! season's 6-0 record, attracted sev- Texas Christian, 7-0, two weeks ', en first-place votes. After Auburn ago, one of the losing players re- ; came three Big Ten Conference marked, "we should have whipped'teams in order — Michigan State, them three touchdowns." The fol-lrowa and Ohio State. Michigan lowing week when Baylor sue- state and Iowa each had one first- cumbed, L4-0, the victims chorused jplace vote; Ohio State received "they're not that good." And the two. Arkansas Razorbacks were hardly' Army, Navy, Michigan and the "You need team speed and a lot of power to get the job done in the Big Ten," Mollenkopf said. Mollenkopf backed up his conference even if his favorites don't'impressed with A&M's prowess deadlocked Oregon and Tennessee make the grade. "You can be .sure that the Big Ten will have a strong representative at Pasadena on New Year's Macias Fights for Ring Title Tonight LOS ANGELES CUP) — Mass hysteria gripped the Mexican colony of Southern California today as their national idol, little Raul (Raton) Macias awaited the bell composed of Charleston, W. Va., ;--\yednesday night to battle Al- Denver, Colo., Indianapolis, Ind., L o u i s v i 11 e, Ky., Minneapolis, Minn., Omaha, Neb., St. Paul, Minn., and Wichita, Kan. homa was "very fortunate" to;Webb and Franz Szuzina before turn back Kansas State. in the ranks of the Chicago Bears; Detroit Lions Rumblings burn, a native of high school and college coaching in the Badger State, is due to be let go. Hugh Devore is serving his last season' ""There' is" ~ o£~ course another with the Philadelphia Eagles. ^ I camp, of opinion on Oklahoma's There's anything but satisfaction | chances against Missouri. This ~ group feels the Big Red had a couple of "off" Saturdays, not tin- usual in view of its long winning period, and will roar back for a decisive triumph. Another attractive game on the Big Eight schedule is Kansas State versus Kansas at Lawrence with the question whether resigned Coach Chuck Mather's Jayhawks can win another without "victory for the coach" pressure. Kansas was commendable in its 14-12 win Giardello Favored Over Greaves Tonight DENVER (UP)— Bushy haired Joey Giardello, a boxing veteran .from Philadelphia, is a 3-1 favor-' Armstrong, who stacks cases in!jt e to defeat. Wilf Greaves, a an Elizabeth (N.J.) gin distillery,'youngster from Canada, in their won a lopsided 10-round decision - ' !J -"—-•-'-•• over Sandy of New York at St. Nick's Monday night for his 12th straight professional victory. It was Sandy's fourth straight defeat this year. He had been put- pointed by Joey Giardello, Spider the Armstrong catastrophe. He scheduled 10-round middleweight bout tonight. Giardello, who admits he phonse Halimi of France for the world's bantamweight championship. Thousands upon thousands of after being edged 7-6 by coach I teams rounded out the leading Paul (Bear) Bryant's men last group. Team Saturday. No Soft Touch But small though their victory margins may be at times, the Ag- gies have managed to find the winning formula in a pressure- packed schedule that does not include a soft touch. And on that basis, the consensus of the 35 leading coaches who 1. Texas A&M (13) (7-0) 2. Oklahoma (11) <6-0) 3. Auburn (7) (6-0)4. Mich. State (1) (5-1) 5. Iowa (1) (5-0-1) 6. Ohio State (2) (5-1) 7. Army (5-1) 8. Navy (6-1) 9. Michigan (4-1-1) Pointl 296 286 210 210 104 191 101 86 72 54 54. make up the United Press ratings 10 (tie). Oregon (6-1) board picked Texas A&M tops this! 10 (tie). Tennessee (5-1) week by a margin of 10 points j Second 10 group—12, North Car- over Oklahoma. Thirteen of theiolina State, 34; 13 (tie), Arkansas coaches made the Aggies their No. and Notre Dame, 19 each; 15, Mis- 1 choice; 11 voted for Oklahoma, sissippi, 17; 16, Duke, 10; 17 (tie), Auburn moved up to third place • Georgia Tech, Texas Christian, and Michigan State took over Penn State and Tempe (Ariz.) Mexican Nationals joined the 750,-; fh . th evel .. tightening race statc 4 each _ the national championship. Others _ Missouri and Dart- nia to root for The Mouse as he goes after the most important boxing title ever held by one of his race. Both the fighters were spirited away to secret lodgings w'iiile awaiting the bell for the 10 p.m. (p.s.t.) nationally televised battle. However, there will be no local is'radio or television. fighting the age handicap at 27, hopes a victory over the 21-year- old Greaves will win him a shot at champion Carmen Basilio. Giardello is the third ranking contender. now has lost eight of 28 starts. ! Greaves, meantime, could im- Tittle Inspires Forty'-Nlners ilight now the San Francisco 49'ers, behind the sensational play prove his unrated position with an upset at Denver Coliseum tonight. He has a 14-6-2 record, and fights out of Pittsburgh under the tutelage of boxing's only woman manager, Mrs. Jake Mintz. Two Tied for 10th The top 10 group became a "top eleven" this week when Oregon mouth, 3 each; Yale, 2; Stanford, Mississippi State, Princeton, Syracuse, Oregon State and Southern and Tennessee tied for the No. 101 Methodist, 1 each. CAREFUL DRIVERS SAVE MONEY WITH STATE FARM MUTUAL'S "CAREFUL WHVER INSURANCE" HARRY "BUD" WATTS 302 W. Market St. HAW r*M« INtVftA-ttCI Phone 4420 of Y. A. Tittle, are leading the', over Nebraska Saturday, just league in points and have the best scoring punch in the NFL. In the east, the leading Browns are easily the defensive leaders. They've only had 65 points scored against them in six games, 31 less than the Giants who are in second place defensively. Its going to be mighty hard to stop either the 49'ers or the Browns. They're selecting the competing teams for the big bowl games in the press. Right now Oklahoma, the Texas Aggies and Orogor: are the choices to represent their conferences in the Orange, Cotton and Rose bowls. OSU Big Ten Chance The Big Ten's representative in the Rose can be either Ohio State or Michigan State. Ohio State, unbeaten in conference play, has the best chance but still has to get by Purdue, Iowa and Michigan. Con- ferense wise the Spartans face only Minnesota, and Duffy Daugherty's boys have only been beaten once. A tie and Georgia Tech are three days after Mather and five assistants quit, effective at the season's end. In other games this weekend Nebraska 'will be at Iowa State, Colorado at Colorado State, and Wyoming at Oklahoma State. Tribe Seeks Field Boss INDIANAPOLIS CUP) — Indications were today that the choice for manager of the Indianapolis Indians of the American Association has been narrowed to half a dozen candidates, among them former Cleveland manager Kerby Farrell. Club President Owen (Ownie) Bush listed four other baseball veterans—Johnny Riddle, Clyde King, Don Osborn and Rollie Hemsley. He said the sixth has not been contacted and his name, therefore .would not be disclosed. Farrell managed Indianapolis to "he bowl choices In the So«th wTth the Little World Series champion. can't play. They're on prob Navy and Army, whoever ,, . ,.,. , „ . -„ i u Braves. King managed at Holly- their traditional affair, will also be w d and Atlanta He is a £ormer Indianapolis pitcher. Hemsley previously had Triple-A managerial experience at Columbus anc piloted Miami during the pasi bowlward bound. Onnly three of the top 10 teams are still in the unbeaten charmed circle. Texas Aggies, Oklahoma i and Auburn. Iowa iwas tied by | season. Dave McKenzie in the starting line- Michigan and the i rish were sm ^ up. MoKenzie s running mates include: Joe Robinson, a junior, at , left halfback; senior Gary Bogle at right halfback and senior Byron Broome, the Broad Ripple transfer, at fullback. McKenzie is an adept forward passer and probably will throw to a great extent against the Berries, John Danaher, the big left end, -appears to be his fawrite target. Officials for the season's wmdup ivill be Tom Dean, of Wabash; J-ohn Fee, of Monticello; and Frank Kressler, of Rensselaer. Hoosier Max Truex Sets 5-Mile Mark INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UP)-'Lit- by Navy. Oklahoma is a cinch to stay alive, and Auburn, the best defensive, college team, should; also get by. The Aggies meet Texas in their final game on Ndv. 28. 'Could lose that one. :new manager will succeed Andy Cohen, whose contract was not renewed after the 1957 campaign. Old Pros Continue To Top N BA Scoring N'BW YORK (UP)— If you're looking for new names i:n the National Basketball Association scoring races, forget it, because the same "old guys" are doing business at the same old stand this season. Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks, Dolph Schayes of the Syr- Navy Has Best Chance For Lambert Trophy NEW YORK (TIPl-Navy's 20-6 victory over Notre Dame Mondaj vaulted the Middies into the leac in the running for the Larober Trophy, emblematic of easterr football supremacy. Once-beaten Navy was given a 9.8 rating (of a possible 10) com pared to 9.3 for second - plac Army. They were followed b> Penn State at 7.4, Syracuse at 7.S Pittsburgh at 5.7, Dartmouth a Ma\ Truex' Indiana's gift toiacuse Xationals, Bill Sharman of!4.3, Boston College at 3.50, Prince ' - the Boston Celtics and George i ton at 3.0, Yale at 2.0 and Boston Southern California, has run the fastest five-mile race in American track history. The Warsaw, Ind., native and 1956 member of the Olympic track team, posted a time of 23 minutes, 27.4 seconds in a Southern Pacific Association AAU cross-country meet during the weekend. The official American five-mile record is 24:23.9, set by Dick Hart of Pennsylvania in 1955. Truex turned in the performance at Centinella Park.- Four other runners also broke the course record of 25:51.8 set by Bobby Seaman of UCLA two years ago. Truex, still holds at least two Yardley of- the Detroit Pistons hold down the top four positions in the first weekly NBA' scoring statistics. And not far behind them are such old favorites- as Neil Johnston of the Philadelphia Warriors and Slater Martin and Easy Ed Macauley of the -Hawki:. University at 1.8. Pettit through has his scored 131 points team's first five Indiana ' high tanca records. school middle-dis- games to lead in total points, but Yardley, who has scored 112 in four games, has the top average, 28. Schayes, the Nats' scoring leader' almost every season, has netted 116 in i'ive games, Sharman Has 114 in five and sophomore Bill Russell of the Celtics has 107 in five games. 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