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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, November 22, 19ST. NEW COACH BRIEFS HIS TWO TALI. REfibUNDERS Big Ten Will Vote Rose Bowl Berth After Saturday Games No Starters Above 5-11 Mark Peru Tigers Short On Size for Cage Campaign Jim Jones (left), the Berries' new basketball coach, looks up lo his two tall boys, Jim Fiedler (center) who stands 6-6 and Ron Jones at 6-5, hoping they will be able to control the backboards during Logansport's rugged schedule this season. Fiedler, who missed four clays of classes this week because of Illness, may be withheld from the Berries' opening game tonight against Winamac. PERU — The Peru Tigers are scheduled to open' their basketball campaign tonight at -Plymouth without a single starter reaching the six-fool mark. Coach Hay Geyer lost 6-6 Jim Rody by graduation, a measure which has forced him to completely change the Tiger's style of of- Cense. The Tigers will use inside and outside screens and work the ball for good shots this season, according to Geyer. Last year they worked off Rody on the pivot. Fred Fechtman, a clever 5-M junior, is the only returning regular. Given starting berths for Ihe opener were Ernie Range and John Cooke, both 5-la senior forwards; and Karl King, junior center, also 5-11. Rounding out the Peru five will be Eddie Carriger, 5-8 senior guard, although Jim Maverick one .o[ a fine sophomore crop prob | ably will see action. Mantle Edges Williams For MVP Award Sievers Is Third In Extremely Close A. L. Ballot Rate Berries Host V/inamac '5' A Wolverine Victory Could Puzzle Directors Conference Champion Ohio State Is Probable Choice, leaving Nation's No. 1 Team, Michigan State, On Sidelines CHICAGO (UP) — Michigan's | to the Big Ten requiring each football team could put Big Ten| SC hool lo play the same number The Berries make their 1957-58 alhlclic direclors f nto a di!emm ? : of football games lo prevent dupli- MTebTtJX' a™ ?±±^,± h ? * ™L """i cation of this year's possib.e final Games Tonight Wiriamac at Logansport Pciu at Plymouth Rcnsselaer at Monlicello Delphi at North Manchester Marion at Rochester NEW YORK (UP) Mickey Mantle, who lost all the pieces of his batting "triple crown" but put on a brilliant all-around performance, nosed out Boston's Ted Williams today to win the American basketball Berry Bowl, entertaining a Winamac quintet, undefeated in three starts. ! Mew coacli Jim Jones has indi- jcated he will start four seniors ,—Ron Jones, Larry Jones, Larry Cart and Jim Moss—along with junior Billy Cuppy. Tip-off time wil'. be 8:15 o'clock, with the "B" team preliminary at 6:45 o'clock. Paul Moore will floor his first Monticello Tioga Indian team to- nijjht against a veteran band of invaders from Rensselaer. Peru, coached by Ray Geyer, ference champion Ohio State. The directors must vote, after. results. Saturday's scores are in, to pick! Should Michigan brat the Buck- the Big Ten representative in the. eyes, it's quite likely too that Rose Bowl, and customarily, they' S0 me of the athletic direclors name the conference champion, if would vole in favor o£ Michigan eligible. i State for Ihc bowl. The two teams But this year should they vote will have played five common op- for Ihe champion Buckeyes, they - ponents. Purdue beat the Spartans, would be dooming the nation's No. j 20-13, and lost to Ohio Stale, 20-7. 1 team, Michigan Stale, to a New Year's Day in front of the television screen instead of on them. But Michigan Slate beat Wisconsin, 21-7, and Ohio State was hard pressed to earn a 16-13 decision. League's "Most Valuable Player"!will travel to Plymouth for tie Although the Spartans would be (Michigan State also beat Michigan welcome to go to another bowl, i decisively, 35-6, and should the Wolverines down the Bucks, the result could be regarded as nullify- award. Tigers' first hardwood appear- The New York Yankees' "belt-, ance. ing beauty", gained the decision from the Baseball Writers Association for the second straight year (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY New Feature Starts Sunday A brand new feature—Meet the Cass County Coach—makes its bow in Sunday's big Pharos-Tribune and Press sports section, replacing the completed "Meet the Assistant Coach" series . . . u w our desire lo return later to the Logansport school system and meet some of the elementary school coaches . . . The subject of Sunday's leadoff feature is Fred Oyler, former Flora athletic star, who now tutors the Washington Township Hatchets . . . Don't miss this opportunity to become acquainled with the members of the Cass county coaching Iraternity. * «. * The "book" on who's tough and who's not so tough in Ihe North Central conference swinging may be more readable after tonight's heavy schedule of firing . . . Tech of Indianapolis was voted the best chance to repeat as NCC basketball ring leader (the Greenclads ripped through at a 9-0 pace a year ago), but some of the other schools prefer to wait and play out the schedule this time before conceding another major title to Tech. * * # Tech Has Classy Performers The reason for Tech's lofty stature is obvious. Eddie Hannon, No. 1. guard in the league, is back. So is Ronnie McCauley, who just completed a glorious football campaign So is Harold Boyd, veteran Skin poisoning received while on with 233 points against 209 for Wila hunting trip has sidelined Billhiams and 205 for Roy Sievers of Westafer, a 5-11 senior, who has!the Washington Senators. Iowa-Irish Clash Rates lop Interest Wisconsin, Purdue Bid For Fourth Place in Big Ten CHICAGO (UP) — Iowa's clash with Noire Dame, Michigan Slate's with Kansas Slale and four conference contesls bring the Big Ten football season to a close Saturday. The lowa-Nolre Dame game at South Bend, Ind., rates top interest, because for all practical purposes the Big Ten race ended last N OV . 2fl — At Iluntington designs on that other guard job opposite Fechtman. Geyer likes his sophomore crop. "They're going to help us a lot — that's why I've promoted seven of those boys to the varsity. years _ In addition lo Maverick, the second-year contingent includes: Jack McPherson, 5-HV4: George Moon, 6-1- Harry Dixon, 6-lVi Charles Grandstaff, 5-8'A, Gordon Constable, 5-8 and Tom Schoolman, 5-11- These sophomores registered an impressive record of 16 victories in 30 games as eighth and ninth graders. All Tour losses came by two-point margins. Geyer figures the Tigers will be outsized by most - of their opponents, that the ball club may jell later in the year when the sophomores gain some experience. Peru's holiday tournament date I will be at Bluffton, December 27 That's one of the holiest voting races in the history of the award and makes muscular Mickey of Commerce, Okla., the fourth man to win the award two straight Had Rough Season Two other county seat teams, which opened their seasons previously, will be inaction, Ro- Iherc's no chance Ihey could go, barring a conference vole to change the rules, which was most unlikely. Big Ten schools have been invited to other bowls in the past, since the Rose Bowl pact began, Chester entertains Marion's Giants and Delphi travels lo North Manchester. Moreno Upsets Chestnut On TKO ing the difference in Ihe Purdue games. The direclors also are supposed to consider which team Ihey think has the best chance to win in the bul the turn-down has been auto- : Rose Bowl. But since Pacific Coast malic, and presumably would be football is regarded below par this the same this year. season and since the. Big Ten has There'll be considerable second- \} ast ° nl y ° nce since ,, it "i*" 1 send- guessing of the vote of the alh-''«g a «??"» annually, Ihere d be lelic direclors. regardless of their! 1 ' 111 ", difference between Ihe selection of the Rose Bowl repre- ! s P ar a " s and Buckeyes in anlici- LOS'AWJBLES CUP)- Mexico's j senlalive. I P aled bo'.vl performance. Kicardo (Pajarito) Moreno, a re-i They are not obligalcd lo send'- ... puled murderous puncher, upset j the champion, but instead must! DUrneTtSVIlie the world's second ranking feath-[send only a "representative" "Tourney Is Planned The honor comes as'the dra-'crweight, New York's Ike Chest-1team, which could mean any club malic climax lo a year lhat saw i nut, Thursday night when he was I in the conference. awarded a knockout victory at the I Thus should Michigan beat Ihe I Mantle overcome assorted leg ail- week with Ohio State taking possession of both the 1957 title and a certain Rose Bowl bid. The Hawkeyes will be seeking their seventh victory in nine starts when they invade the Irish slrong- 6-3 center, who probably will play forward if the 6-7 giant Indutis i Md as. 7 - point favorites. The Brikmanis, an Estonian refugee, performs to Coach Charles Maas' : .game will be telecast over the Kxpectations. Frankfort will lead with Larry Moudy, beginning his third ceason as varsity center. Coach George Bracifield, however, lost two of his five Icttermen before the season even starts—Jack Toney suffered a broken elbow and Jay Kellcy is recovering from a football injury . . . New Castle lost everybody at graduation time except junior guard Ray Pavy, the mis-floor sharpshooter, but don't feel too sorry for Coach Randy Lawson. The Trojans apparently found a few more right-fair cagers in view of their easy 67-52 conquest of Knightstown last week. # * * Jeff Time-Tabta Upset Regulars Larry Butz and Dave Price are Lafayette's only hold- ments to pound out a .365 batting average that included 34 home runs and 94 runs batted in. The average was up from his .353 of last year, although he fell from his totals of 52 homers and 130 runs-batted-in — all figures that led the league. For Williams, who astounded the baseball world with his showing this year at the age of 39, it was another close defeat for the top awarc ) g u t no t nearly as close as end of the sixth round of a scheduled 10 round bout in Olympic Auditorium. BURNETTSVILLE — The drawing for Burnettsville's annual | four-way basketball tournament _-, -~ - - . . _. ,~ ,, • our-way asea ou Buckeyes, Ohio State would win | y Wedncgday Novem . the crown by only half a game j * 2? announccd lo . over the Spartans. And Michigan . Moreno, a 10-7 underdog, thrilled ! Slate supporters could claim lhat ' By JV3U - principal. , , a partisan crowd of some 10,000 'their team would have lied for Reynolds will meet Buf fa ,o m fans at the Olympic Auditorium .the title, had it played as many! Ihe opening game at 6:45 p._m. when he ripped continuous left games as Ohio State, hooks and right crosses into Chest (Tuesday with Idaville and Bur' nettsville clashing in the iiighl- , and 28 against Portland, Decatur !in 1947 w [ len ^ e \ os ^ to another and the host Bluffton quintet. Nov. 22 — At Plymouth Dcc- B _ Muncie Burris Dec. 7 — At Hartford City Dec. 11 — Marion Dec. 17 — Logansport Dec. 25 — Auburn Dec. 27-28 — Tourney at Bluffton (Portland, Dccatur, Peru, Bluff' ton) NBC regional network starting at Jan. 3 — Rochester 1 p.m. c.s.t. Jan. 4 — At Fort Wayne Central Michigan State, the nation's top- ranked team, was a heavy favorite to defeat Kansas State. The Spartans have lost one game in eight, losing only to Purdue in a Jan. 8 — Mlssissincwa Jan. 10 — At Tipton Jan. 17 — Elwood Jan. 24 — At Wabash Jan. 31 — At West Lafayette mid - season upset. The Kansans > Feb. 1 — At Kokomo have won only three games this, Feb. 7 - Fort Wayne Central season against opposition much inferior to their Saturday hosts. In conference games, Northwestern is at Illinois, Purdue at In- overs, but Coach Marion Crawley's timetable was upset by the broken leg Price sustained early in the football season. The Jeff mentor claims the Bronchos will be faster and more aggressive, although smaller than last year's state finalists . . . Woody Weir anticipates a Jean season at Marion after four regulars graduated and center Charlie Clark joined the Marine corps. The Giants managed to sneak past Eastern of Howard county by a slim 45-33 margin last week. * w * New Richmond Coach Charlie Oils welcomed back Marshall Moore and Larry Shook, capable senior guards, but the Red Devils jost their punch up front . . . Dils pins his hopes on the promise shown by Joe Walker, 6-5 senior and Mike Lyle 6-6 junior, both without varsity experience ... At Muncie Central, coach John Longfellow lists Charles Joris, a 5-7 guard, as the Bearcats' only returning regular. Larry Wilkcrson, who had another year of competition, joined the Air Force and Jerry Van Matre lost his eligibility. * * * Teague Over Age Limit Anderson is using veterans Norman Delph, who collected mote lhan 300 markers last year and Dick Patterson' as a. nucleus for ri!-j tion building its cage forces. Lucius Teague, one of the NCC's classical shooter's (he hit 24 against Logansport last year) surpassed, the MSAA;; Wisconsin at Minnesota. The Buckeyes will be aiming for their seventh straight Big Ten win at Ann Abor. Already owners of the championship and sure ticket to Pasadena, Calif., the- Bucks have nothing to lose. Michigan, on the other hand, needs a victory to preserve its fourth place standing against threats from Purdue and Wisconsin. Two of the conference's most frustrated squads will have their last opportunity to beat a league foe Saturday. But. the oddsmakers gave them little chance. Northwestern was a 14-point underdog in its battle at Champaign, 111., against Illinois. The" Wildcats have dropped a total of eight games, six against league opposi- Catholic Feb. 14 — Monticello Feb. 21 — Alexandria suffering an a similar in .ge limit and is no longer eligible . . . Kokomo paraded its sharp-^ — Old O^ken Bucket clash shooters last week to score 85 points on Wabash. Everybody on the *™ f "™ ue - *f ,f °"*f n ?" tL I S0 ' "Old Jawn Purdue" Reported Missing . From IU Campus BLOOMIN'GTON (UP)—Indiana university students were up in Bowling MONDAY LADIES LEAGUE Wolf Coal Co 29% S 1 .' Four Football Titles At Stake Four major conference football championshipsw ill be decided Saturday, but they may be -overlooked by fans watching a bunch of those no-holds-barred "old rivalry" gamest hat pack a whole season s drama into one game. At slake are crowns; in the Pacific Coast, Atlantic Coast, Missouri Valley, and Ivy League conferences. But even in some of these, it s the game itslefand not the . title that vail produce most of the excitement. Oregon vs Oregon State, for instance, will settle the PCC champion and Duke will be shooting for the ACC'crown in its game againsit North Carolina. But winning over an old foe means more than winning a league crown, especially since Oregon and Duke already have landed bowl berths. ' course, 1 tradi- Harvard, Yankee centerfielder, Joe DiMag- io, by just one point, 202-201. Williams, who previously won the MVP plaque in 1946 and 1949, captured the league batting crown j this year for the fifth lime with j a .388 mark. He also topped Mantle in homers with 38 and came close in runs-batted-in with 87. Sicver's Third Sievers' third-place showing was one of the best in history by a player on a last-place team. It was a reward for winning the league home run title with 42 -homers and the runs-batted-in title with 114. Three baseball writers from each major-league city comprised the committee voting for the award. Mantle received the most firsl-place votes, six, and was placed no lower than fourth on any of the 24 ballots. Williams, on the other hand, received five first-place votes but was rated low on the list by two writers. One of them placed him ninth and the other 10th. Nellie Fox of the Chicago White Sox also had five first-place votes while Sievers and Gil McDougald of the Yankees each had four. - Fox, the Sox' scrappy second baseman, was a close fourth in the total vote with 193 and the versatile McDougald was fifth with 165. The rest of the field was distant. Already Michigan State has revealed lhat it will propose a rule nut's body and head. Official First Aid Kit Treat him to this full first aid kit. And he'll be ready to treat minor injuries that arise without warnings on trips, hikes or at home. Sturdy metal case has Band-aids, gauze pads and bandages, adhesive tape, antiseptic, water purification tablets, petrolatum, and bandy first aid guide. No. 1100 ~.-M* •*' - 2S rivals. Wisconsin's young and speedy Badgers will bid for a first division finish when they tackle Min- j stake. nesota on the Gopher gridiron. The j The Dartmouth is the "granddaddy" tion games, Yale vf. which once again has nothing -but glory and the "Big Three" title at Princeton win- Pasquale Truckers ......-24V4 Eberts Drugs 21 Foster Furniture 20 j Gophers, winding up a disappoint- ner w ju take Ivy League honors-, •'-•* "' :J —'' "with Princeton a three-point choice Houston rates a seven- arms today when they learned i!p a t & Maria 19 that "01 .lawn Purdue," symbol j Marsha.ll Chevrolet 15 of the Indiana - Purdue football Sarm Bureau clash, was slolen from the campus on Ihe eve of a giant pep rally at which the dummy was to be burned. The theft was discovered late Thursday when the ROTC honor guard went to move "Jawn" to ....15 ILGWU 13 Bungalow Bar. 13 Farmers & Merchants ...12 Fashion Shop 9 First Federal 7 by Foster Furniture, Farm Bureau, Pasquale and Bungalow. ing season, were considered 7 points better than the Badgers. Country Club Ladies -Name 1958 Officers Logansport Country Club Ladies Golf Committee held its final fall session Wednesday re-electing Marian Elliott as chairman and Pauline Lowe as co-chairman for the ensuing year's activities. Kate Robb was chosen to serve as secretary of the organization Celtics Don't Need Cousy to Win No. 12 By UNITED PRESS The . undefeated Boston Celtics won their 12th straight game in the -National Basketball Association Thursday night, and it was one of their easiest even though Bob Cousy is still out with a sore leg. The Celtis ran up a 112-90 score over the Detroit Pistons in the second half of a doubleheader after the New York Knickerbockers edged Minneapolis in overtime, 124-123. The Celts stunned Detroit with a tremendous first-quarter attack and led ' 35-17 at the end of that period. The Pistons never got back In the game. the main building of the student 50 o Series - Jo Werner 521 (192. union. The dummy laid in his; 129-200); Judy Beall 512 (176-181165). 450 Series — Mary Beck 491, Rita May 468, Ella Horney 458, Vem Erickson 450. 160 Games — May 180-170,'K. Rozhon 187, Horney 164, T. G-ood- ale 16IJ, Beck 189-163, M. Barbouir 171. coffin all week on campus for students to view. To add insult to injury, the culprits also made off with "Jawn's" coffin. There were no clues, but most students believed the theft was the •work of students from their upstate rival. A student spokesman said a duplicate would be made in time for tonight's pep rally if "Jawn" Is not recovered in time. 12 13 14 18 18 20 20 21 24 26 Three games were won by Wol!! Coal_and Pat & Maria; Two game;;| and Delia Burger was chosen as treasurer. Plans for the coming year's programs also were discussed, starting with an opening session early in April. The group decided to give a donation to the Country Club for dance records to be used at the club. Those attending the meeting were: Phyllis Hilkert, Colleen Myers, Regina Redding, Evelyn George, Mary Lou McNutt, Dorothy Tucker, Kate Robb, Barbara Wilkinson, Margaret Hirschauer, Marian Elliott, Vera McCain, Ruth Gilford and Delia Burger. point edge over Tulsa and a vie- , ' pulled 'the Knicks tory would keep the Missouri Val- '- r -- — ley Conference championship at Houston. Official Brass Flashlight Scout flashlight with powerful beam is sure to delight every boy. It features modern L head, sturdy brass case, 3-way switch for night signaling. Has belt clip and hanger ring. With bulb and batceries. No. 1278 $2.10 Official Seoul Knif« A keen gift, indeed, is this famous 4-bIade Scout knife. Its carbon-steel blades hold a sharp edge, do many jobs at home or at camp. Has handsome stag-like handle,, riveted frame, brass liners, belt shackle. No. 1996 w<i ___.$l.SO BOYS SENTENCED TO JAIL EVANSVI'LliE CUP) — Three teen-age boys who promoted a bomb scare to get a high school i h9liday were sentenced Thursday | to indeterminate jail terms. into a third-place tie with Phila- j delphia. Cincinnati, second! n the j Western Division, meets Syracuse,; second in the East, 4n tonight's ; only game. GAMBLING RAIDS EVANSVILLE CUP)—Gambling raids netted 14 arrests Thursday in Evansville, including 13 at one place. Read the Classified Ads A Miracle? Local representatives .of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company of Springfield, Mass., Dick Elliott. Jr., and J. T. .Elliott, have announced that this progressive company has made women three years younger -than men—in terms of insurance rates. A miracle? No, just sound business. Women live longer than men! For further details about additional reduced rates for women, call 3275—The Elliott Agency. FROM $3.98 BASKET BALLS OPHC1AL . SIZE AND WEIGHT Sportlond 515 Broadway Phone 2310 The Largrest Sporting Goods & Toy Store in 'Logansport Official Haversack Here's i roomy haversack that packs a lot of hiking fun! Made of tough water-repellent canvas, it has reinforced seams and adjustable straps. A full haversack rides high, carries easy, and stays comfortable all hike long. Every Scout can use one. No. 573 Plu»10%tax $3.45 Official Scout Cook Kit One-man cook kit with a flair for feeding the inner man. Made of rugged aluminum by American craftsmen. Kit contains frying pan, stewpot with cover, cup and plate — all rustproof, easy to clean. Sturdy, lightweight parts all nest into a compact unit that fits cloth carrying case. No. 1200 ^.. .$2.75 Official One-QuartCante«n A cool drink on a dusty trail tastes great! American made heavy-gauge aluminum canteen totes a full quart of water. It has leakproof, welded seams and metal cap that's chained to keep it from straying. Fits into cloth cover with adjustable strap. • No. 1201 $2.50

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