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Thirty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY Lafayette Catholic Grows It should be interesting to note how soon and to what extent the ' »M e " Ce ° £ ' Central Catholic high school of Lafayette affects the •athletic fortunes of Jefferson's perennially tough Bronchos . . . The jew parochial school opened for business this fall, but was rebuffed *y an IHSAA ruling that the team could not play a regular basketball •schedule until next season In the absence of a varsity card, Poach John Ebcrle now is occupied with the task of grooming 12 freshmen for future basketball activity next season . . , An 18-gamc schedule was arranged against (he best yearling competition in the area, ' including a January 30 date at Logansport. School officials figure that next year's team will be predominately ~a sophomore group plus a few upperclassmen who can play nothing higher_than intramural basketball during this campaign . . , Central .Catholic boasts a shiny new goal hall and should begin to attract some basketball talent that ordinarily would be funneled into the Jeff basketball hopper. Report on NCC Leaders Two North Central Conference members, who were supposed to be tough and ni< that wasn't too highly regarded in pre-scason calculations already have bounced a pair of foes. They're shooting for No. 3 this week . . . Tech of Indianapolis rapped Scccina and Warren Central. Next comes Southport Saturday night . . . Kokomo blistered Wabasli and Tipion by lop-sided scores, so the Kats appear set for Frankfort tonight and tough Elwood Friday. The pleasant surprise has been Randy Lawson's New Castle bunch • since the Trojans lost all regulars except Ray Pavy, the long-snaa^m: guard ... But New Castle cleaned a good Knightstown club and whipped Greenfield a week later. Hartford City may 'be the next Trojan victim . . .. Pavy, incidentally, seems set for a banner season He whipped in 23 points, including 9 of 22 field goal attempts. Berries in Coliseum Debur Logansport's trip to Fort Wayne Friday night marks the first appearance of the Berries in the spacious Coliseum. A big and talented Fort Wayne Central high school basketball quintet will provide the opposition . . . When South Side appeared on the LHS schedule the past four years, it was the understanding of local school officials that one of the games In the series would be played at the Coliseum. This never developed. IU Trustees Vow To Boost Football Level "Unprecedented" . Statement Pledges Board's Support BLOOMINGTON CUP) _ The Indiana University board of trustees Tuesday night issued an "unprecedented" statement pledging "utmost support of the board and administration" to raise football to the "competitive level of other sports." Board president John S. Hastings, a District Judge in Chicago, made public the statement three days after the Hoosiers closed one of their worst seasons in history. ^The trustees asked for "united aid and support from alumni, students, faculty and friends of the university." The statement defined the institution's athletic policy and objectives in relationship to the academic program. "Intercollegiate and intramural athletics is a recognized segment of the University's total objec- J ves," the statement said. "Indiana University is first and academic Wednesday Evening, November 27, 1037. Iowa, Oklahoma Place 2 Men On United Press Ail-American DELPHI GRABS FIRST BASKETBALL VICTORY created and supported by the state and its citizens for leaching, research and public service. "The board of trustees sub-! scribes unreservedly to. each and] all of these declarations, it reiterates its confidence in the present direction of the athletic'pro- gram and in the competence of the coaching staffs, and asks united aid and support from the alumni, students, faculty and friends of the University." The statemen: said "all phases of the intercollegiate athletic pro- Midwest Dominates Writers 7 Selections Hawkeyes Jim Gibbons and Alex Karros and Michigan State's Walt Kowalczyk Represent Big Ten; Notre Dame Lands Ecuyer. NEW YORK (UP)—The United Press today presents its 1957 All- America football team, chosen by 275 football writers and broadcasters from all sections of the Hord, Duke, at guards;' Currie at center and Clark, Tom Forrestal of Navy, Jim Pace of Michigan and Lee Grosscup of Utah in the backfield. country. | The third team is composed of They selected as ;he 11 fbesljBuddy Dial, Rice, and Don El- college players in the land: Ilingsen. Washington State, at Ends—Jimmy Phillips, Auburn,'ends; Jim McCusker, Pittsburgh Area Cagers at Purdue Three area basketball stars from Logansport, Monticello and Grass sram sha11 be conducted by the Creek performed at the Purdue fieldhouse last night when the Boiler-! unlverslty in compliance and sup- maker varsity waltzed past the freshmen, 87 to 49 Former Berry I port of the rules of the regulatory guard Jim Ridenour, a minor letter winner, played on the second bodles of which !t is a rr-ember," , „:!.-, .._:». i , j- i L i~i i --. . _ . . .. fno T?irr 'Tdn nnrl f Via Mr 1 A A varsity unit but did not score . . . Sophomore Dick Swank from Monti- collo contributed on e basket for the third squad Grass Creek's Phil Wills was second high scorer for the freslimen with nine points. Bob Orrill, Madison guard, topped the yearlings with 12 markers. Pick Aggies Over Texas in Turkey Day Feature Texas A&U is rated an eight- point favorite over Texas in the top game of Thursday's Turkey program while Navy is a six-point! choice over Army in the big game j of Saturday's grand climax to the - college football season. Such resultsn combined with a _ Rice triumph over Baylor and aiof playing the Loganberry quinto't yixsissipp: vic!a!-y over Mi-sUsip-jat Berry Bowl tonight without two pi State on Saturday, would just of its regular starters, about round out the Jan. 1 bowlj Coach Paul Rockwell announced pairings by pitting Texas A&Mjhat 6-1 center Harold Howard and Zebras Lose 2 Regulars Rochester faced the possibility the Big Ten and the NCAA. It said steps "have been taken to strengthen the entire athletic program, "including the recent appointment of an assistant ath- Delphi's Oracles finally captured that elusive opening basketball victory ' for new coach Junior Mannies Tuesday, tripping Carroll county rival Comdcn, 64 to 56, at the Delphi Armory. The Oracles have dropped three games. Sitting in front are student managers Bill Redmond and Bob Myers. First row, left to right, arc: Jack Hnllam, Bon Galloway, Paul Vollcmvcider, Bill Schock, Tom Mcrrcll and' Lonnie Woods. Back row, left to right, nrer Coach Junior Mannies, Bill Howard, Wayne Wentzel, Jimjmacie up of nine seniors, a junior Landis, Gale Cripc, Dean Slavcns and Assistant Coach Royce Adams. ' land a sophomore. Ecuyer is the and Jim Gibbons, Iowa. Tackles — Alex Karras, Iowa, | and Lou Michaels, Kentucky. Guards—Bill Krisher, Oklahoma, and Al Ecuyer, Notre Dame. Center — Don Stephenson, Georgia Tech. Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan 1 Slate. C'.endon Thomas, Oklahoma, and Bon Anderson, Army. Michaels is the only repeater from the 1956 United Press All- America team. He was the only junior on that mythical eleven, all Hie rest being seniors. This year's all-star and Dick KJein, Jowa. at tackles: Bill Johnson, Tennessee, and Joe Palermo, Dartmoulh, at guards; Charley Brueckman, Pittsburgh, at center; and Bob Stran.?ky of Colorado, Nick ' Pietrosante of Notre Dame, King Hill of Rice and Bob Newman of Washington State in the backfield. team is (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) r junior Area Cage Results ROYALS BLAST FLORA FLORA—Royal Center's Bulldogs HATCHETS TRIUMPH Washington Township's Hatchets TIPTON WINS THREE Tipton Township's Tigers won three basketball games in the past down the Flora Badgers with a - . , , , letic director and imminent defi-' steady basket bombardment here Tuesday night for an 88 to 60 nite action on construction of a new athletic plant." Earlier, it was learned Indiana has requested reinstatement of its victory, the fourth in succession for the Cass county team. Gene Barr hit 27 points, Bill football coach, Phil Dickens, whojNewcomb 17 and Jerry Berkshire was suspended last July for vio-i20 as the front line of the Royals lating the conference code of aid to athletes. and Navy against Rice in the Cotton. The Rose and Orange Bowl pairings have already been determined. Texas A&M, rated the nation's ton ;eam until its 7-6 lost to Rice on Nov. 16, will clinch at least a tie for the Southwestern Confer-1 . , „ . ence title if it beats Texas Thurs-1 ™ ! .f! f . ollowln g at Marion. see action and that he didn't know where 'the pair would be back in uniform. According to the Zebra coach, Howard, the team's top scorer with a 21-point per game average, was " for infraction of training week's game Games Decisive Assuming the Aggies win, Rice Miller did not attend school Monday and Tuesday and school offi- will be on the spot Saturday al-! clals said he would not be eligible though the Owls are favored by| to P Ia y Wednesday. eight points over a Baylor team Rockwell's revised lineup prob- that hasn't won a conference game} ably will include Larry McConkey, this season and is S-5-1 against all| a 5-9 Junior in the back court along competition. In the event of a Rice I with Ed Fansler, 5-11 junior. Bud victory, the Aggies would have to i Cloud, a 5-11 junior, was expected settle for a Sugar Bowl bid with to pair with Phil Copley G-0 sen- Rice winning the honor of repre-; lor, at forward. Barry Conrad, senting the conference in the Cot-'6-1V4 senior, will play the pivot. ton Bowl. Game times are 6:45 for the Navy is known to be receptive; "B"'team preliminary and 8:15 for to a Cotton Bowl bid if it beats! the varsity. Army and the odds-makers rate; the Middies that solid one-touch- j down favorite :o turn the trick. The Cadets will not accept a bowl bid whether they win or lose. In other Thanksgiving Day "tra- ditionals," Brown is a six-point For NBA Streaks Princeton Coach Dick Colman Gains Honors for Week PRINCETON, N.J. (UP)—He Is a politician who predicts hard times ahead — for his football team, that is. He started the year as assistant coach, began the football season as acting head coach and ended it as long-term head coach of the Ivy League champions. He insists his boys are "students first and football players second," and in his case no one will disagree. Scored Upset He's Dick Colman of Princeton, the United Press coach of the' week after his Tigers whipped Dartmouth, 34-14, in the snow Saturday for the title in a conference p where football is a weekend diver- ^ y proved far too good for :he smaller Flora club. Wayne Ess-srman was tops for the Badgers with 19 points but he lacked sufficient help. The Royals led at the quarters 26-14, 50-27, 63-47 before winning. Reserves- took over for the Bulldogs in the final period. Royal Center also won the B game 50-36. Royal Center Barr Newcomb Berkshire Holcomb McKinney Benson Gray Rhody Hendryx Mclntire Totals Flora Oyler Wagoner Eikenberry FB FT PF TP 11 6 7 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 27 5 17 4 20 3 11 3 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 game from Bunker Hill at the On- gym Tuesday night and rolled to; ward goa)ry Monday nign - t 35.35 af . a 52-40 win, its fourth in five starts. ; ter having heen behilld 13 . 6 at U ie The Hatchets jumped into a 15-C'half. Then Tuesday night the Ti- lead in the first period and led 35-19 at halftime and 43-31 at tiie third period halt. Veteran 1 guard Harold Howell led the Hatchets to victory with a 20-point production while Kingery and Williams each got 11 to .top the Fulton attack. Washington also won the B game 25-24. Washington Tp. Leffert . Martin Miller Fiedler . Newport Bowyer 34 20 25 FG.FT PF TP 2347 sion rather than a >way o'. life. Joined Staff in '45 After coaching at Williams, Colman joined the Princeton staff in 19 5 as assistant to Caldwell. When Charlie took a medical leave at the start of the 1957 season, Colman was named acting head coach. Caldwell died Nov. 1 and Colman was signed formally as head coach on Nov. 11, the day he turned 43. By UNITED PRESS The World Champion Boston pick over Colgate at Providence, j Celtics face the \ew York Knick- K.I.; Pennsylvania is rated six ; erbockers tonight in the first of over Cornell at Philadelphia; Cin- : four games that may enable them cimiati is six over Miami of Ohio' to set one National Basketball As-. at Cincinnati, and Virginia Mill- i sociation record and equal an tary Institute is two over Virginia I other. Tech at Roanoke, Va. j The Celtics, riding the crast of Perfect Season Possible 'a 13-game winning streak, need Auburn, ranked third nationally j victories over New York tonight but ineligible for a bowl bid, can and Thursday to equal the league round out a perfect season by mark of 15 straight at the start beating Alabama on Saturday and of a season held by the 1948 Wash- the defense-minded Tigers are rat- 'ed 14 point favorites to make -it. Mississippi, 5-0-0 in the Southeastern Conference and 8-1 over- ington club. If successful, they'll then have a shot at the all-time mark of 17 straight wins during any portion of a season held by ton 70-51. Jeffersonville of the South Central loop opened impressively at the expense of Paoli 86~!5. Bill Johnson tallied 22 points and Bill Dooley chipped in with 19 for the Red Devils. It was Paoli's fifth straight loss. Scottsburg kept its record un. blemished, shading i Southeastern Cannelton I Conference foe Salem 61-60 for its u ^ ui ^ ' '• fourth in a row. Franklin took an Bowl possibility even" int "loTel" j Evansviile Mater Dei 65 Chandler, SC7 ? " lr j ller {™m Seymour 75-73 day cames. bkla-! .« ' " took ^ basket by Ed Smitl all, is a four-point pick over Mis the 1946 Washington team. sissippi State which has a 4-2 conference mark and ;a C-2 slate over- HIGH SCHOOL all Mississippi State could win a- Scottsburg 61 Salem 60 Sugar Bowl bid with an imores- Evansviile Memorial 53 sive triumph and will be a Gator | 41 Southerners Show Power INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-Southern powers Huntingburg, JefEtrsonville and Madison showed the way in Indiana high school basketball warfare Tuesday night. Huntingburg, tabbed as one of the quintets to beat for Southern Conference honors, made it four in a row and two straight in the league by waltzing arouna Prince-: Beaker Esserman Neff Parrett Mullendore •Totals 0 1 2 7 3 . 0 0 -0 Vance Wilson Howell Totals i Fulton Kingery Showley 0 2 iHeckathorn ?iHauser Williams Cook Ousley Spang! er Pugh. Totals ger junior high teams won twice while Anderson, Army's line of Illinois in 1953. A lineman, Karras the 233- pound Iowa tackle, led the vote getting with a total of 2,335 points. He was named on 225 of the 275 votes and 28 second team votes. Eleven points are awarded for a first team vole, six points for a Bears To End Suspension Of Ronnie Knox BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. <UP1— Quarterback Ronnie Knox an- g Bear .instate him after a suspension of nearly two months' duration but he indicated the bitterness between them had no ended. At a news conference at the office of his attorney, noted criminal lawyer Jerry Gieslcr, the former "& ssr - c™,«. Is '~ d "»- spearhead of Texas A&M's attack, whlch rcad ' Your with 2,269 points. The closest race was for the center position, with Stephenson ..... ________ _ _________ from New Waverly at the Tipton | beating "out Dan Currie of Michi gym, taking the seventh grade: gan state by 42 points. Another suspension ended upon your reporting :.n playing condition." Knox disclosed he had immediately fired back an answer in which he said he was "ready. match 38-36 and the eighth grade, tight contest was for the fourth iwilli "£ and able " to report and '--"' jbackfield spot between Anderson' aske <J where he should rejoin the 22 16 24 60 LIONS STOP CRICKETS CAMDEN Luc<;rne's Lions downed the Deer Creek Crickets here Tuesday night, being able to halt the Carroll county club but not high scoring center, Emrnetl Herr, who tallied 21 points. Balanced scoring for Lucerne brought the Cass county club a 53 to 37 victory. •Deer Creek led 12-9 at the quarter but the Lions were in front 2622 at halftime and 34-29 at the end of the third period before moving on to win. Lucerne also won the B game 38-20. Deer Creek Cohee Snavcly Herr In other Saturday games, Okla-f 43 homa is rated 20 over Oklahoma Terre Haute Schulte 55 Brazil 54 State; Georgia Tech seven over Switz City 69 Lyons 53 Georgia: Tennessee seven over Bedford 58 New Albany 52 Vanderbilt, Holy Cross three over. Richmond- 41 -.Liberty 38 Boston College; Southern Metho- : Clinton 62 Dana 32 dist three over Texas Christian, '' Jeffersonville 86 Paoli 45 Notre Dame 14 over Southern Cal- Bluffton 62 Dunkirk 60 • ifornia; North Carolina 13 over Huntertown'63 Churubusco 30 Virginia; South Carolina eight Hartford Center 47 Berne 35 over Wake Forest; Louisiana State Crown Point'69 G'?V" M-r.n 49 eight over Tulane and Florida two Gary Wirt 59 Griffith 48 over Miami (Fla.). BASEBALL FXIHRITION Cromwell 9.7. C°es;3e .35. South Bend St. Joseph's 69 Rolling Prairie 37 13. INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—An ex- Michigan City.St. Mary's 59 Hanna hibition baseball game between 41 the Washington Sonators and the Washington-Clay 76 New CEirlisle Chicago White So;: will be staged 51 at Victory Field here next April Shipshewana-Seott 79 Topeka 42 Franklin 75 Seymour 73 Huntingburg 70 Princeton. 51 Lapel 58 Greenfield 52 Madison 73. Batesville 38 Montice'.lo 69 Brookston 68 North Vernon 56 Greensburg: 43 Rpckport 69 Mount Vurnon (12 Vincennes Catholic 54 Blcknell 47 COLLEGE McKendree 71 Franklin 68 Taylor 108 Goshen 78 Tri-State 94 Glffin 62 Vincennes 75 Campbellsvllle 02 Marian «1 Rose. Poly 58 th wtth only six seconds remaining to give Scottsburg its victory over surprising Salem. The losers, who were 11 points ahead in the third stanza, took a 6-59 lead with only Packard Martin Totals Lucerne Roinson B, Cunningham Bridge Newell Burrough Crane ' R. Cunningham Totals FG FT PF TP 1022 0 1 2 3 3 0 2 13 21 37 F'G FT PF TP 3 1 7 7 4 0 . .1. 23 1 2 1 4 3 0 1 12 53 DELPHI TRIPS CAMDEN DELPHI — Coach Junior Mannies Delphi Oracles, rose-up from a three-game losing streak, to spill one of Carroll county's best clubs, th? Camden lied Devils, in event :I3-15. Frosh: Bunker Hill—Shirley 8, Brock, Herrell 9, Hollerback 1, B. Finster 16, J. Fluster. Tipton Tp.— Guy 7, Brock, Fry 8, Raikes 6, War- FG FT PF TP ner 3, Rose 8, Price 4, Carey. 3 6 3 12 Seventh grade: New Waverly — 1002 Pear, Monroe 4, Yeakley l, Miller 00302, Blackburn 11, Smith 8. Tipton 0212 —Lake 2, Helvie 4, Erbaugh 4 t 0 4 12 Rush 1, Gunter 4, Ayres 21, Babb 00002, Dulchess, Butz, Hinkle, King, 1123 Ward, Brown. 0123 Eigluh grade: Tipton Tp. — Hin- 764 20.kle 10, Grant. Frantz 7, Wilson 2, 18 16 18 52'Rush 3, Wolfo'rd, Praiser 8, Lowry, FG FT PF TP Layman 3, Cook .New Waverly — H Rose, Anderson 1, Robbins 8, 71Brown, Williams 6, Smith, Hartley.; 3 7 11 4 3 t 3 4 0 0 0 0 and Don Clark of Ohio State's Big s< ! uad Ten champions. Clark, who had to sit out Ohio State's last two games because of injuries, led the balloting for the fourth backfield spot until the final day when Anderson finally forged in front. In the final count, Anderson beat out Clark by 02 points. Geographically, the Midwest, usualiy a powerhouse of the na- Giesler announced that to protect Knox' rights, he had contacted Bert Bell, commissioner of the National Football League, requesting a meeting in order to clarify the player's contrac': rights. During the news conference, Bell telephone Giesler from Philadelphia offering to confer with (he pair next Tuesday if they desired lion's football, dominated the 1957|but pointing out that Knox could team with four positions, followed ----- " by the Soulh wilh Ihree, the Midlands with two and the East and Southwest with one each. The bes the far West could do was a second berth for end Dick Wallen of 15 10 21 40 MEDARYVILLE WINS FRANCES'VILLE— Medaryville's Black Knight's tripped the Frances. Ville Zebras in a hard fought ball game here Tuesday night 55 to 43 after gaining a 31-16 halftime lead and holding on to win 1 . Tom Boehning hit 21 points for Francesville while Barnett's 15 was .tops for the Knights. MedaryviDe also won the B game 36-34! Medaryville—Steele 12, Shields, Shortz 8, Harper 2, Sanders 2, McCallum 8, Barnett 15, Coburn, Dickinson 8. Francesville—Gutwein 1, Von Tibel 10, Tanntr, Robinson, Boehning 21, Ehrlich 7, Witt, Downs 4. BURNETTSVILLE TOURNEY TIOGANS WIN 69-68 BROOKSTON — Monticello's Tioga Indians had to go all out to beat the Brookston Bombers here Tuesday night in a White county sizzler 69 to 68. The Tiogans led at each period but not by much, 16-14, 36-31 and 50-48'. Jim Zerface was the pace setter for Monticello on a 27-point spree. Reynolds 57, Buffalo 54 Idaville 8], Burnettsville 30 GAMES TONIGHT 6:45—Buffalo vs. Burnettsville (Consolation) 8:15— Reynolds ' vs. Idaville (Championship) BURNETTSVILLE — The Reynolds Rangers and Idaville's Green Streaks captured opening round games of tiie local four-way basket- jail tournament here Tuesday night. Reynolds nipped Buffalo's Bisons in a scorcher 57-54 after having trailed at the half 30-27 while Idavilie ran away from Burnetsville 84-30, piling up a 3612 lead in the-first half. Herb Hunt led Buffalo's Bisons with 18 points while Largen's 15 was tops for Reynolds. Junior Harris, Idaville-'s hotshot, hit 27 and Dick DiUing chipepd in 20 more as the Streaks raced past the Bees. The consolation and title games be played tonight. Buffalo — Van Meter 6, Boze, Hahn 14, J. Westerhouse, S. Westerhouse, Wooldridge 16, Hunt 18. Reynolds— Krintz, Firth 6, Buschman 14, Seymour, targen 15, Sny- dfir, Bardonner,lo', Zarse 12. Idaville — Geisler 13, Cosgray 8, Dilling; 20, Royer 5, Harris 27, Marvin, Simmons 4, Martinez 2, Criswell 5. Burnettsville — Nelier, Best 1, Els.ton. Crowell 2, Parks 5, on a side shot to win the game. Madison had little trouble with Batesville as Busty Briley hit 'for 21 markers. Ross Seibert hit for 19 to account for half the Batesville team total. eight.seconds^left, but^Smith hitj a hard fought basketball game '^ efs Tuesday night M to 56. The Oracles with J:.m Landis and Wayne Wentzel each hitting 13 points broke away from a 14-all deadlock at the end of the first quarter ID lead SO-23 -at halftime and 48-33 at the thirc period. Camden tried a pressing defense in the last period and once crawled within six points but the Oracles broke away £01- two fast baskets and salted away the decision. Jerry Yerkes led Camden with 17 points. Delphi ai.so won ths B game 36 to 33, Camden — Hizer 14, Swayzee 6, McCain 2, Ringer 8, Yerkes 17, Groninger 9, Biegh'ler. Delphi — Landis 13, Howard 5, Cripe 12, Wentzel 13, Hallam W, Galloway 11, Slavens, Woods. REACTION KARACHI, Pakistan—The government announced today that it had canceled visas granted to a Soviet troupe invited to take part in an international cultural festival here. The government said the invitation was withdrawn in view of public resentment against Russia,'which has threatened 'to use its veto against Pakistan on the Kashmir question in the United Nations Security j.v/1 »j.i/ii»ik.\<iiw un a fi I-\J\JHH, 3IJ1 cc. TT i /-ill n t » ni Dick Weston was tops for Brooks- Hlncs ' Co ' )le 8 ' Lesher - Stro , ud 10 ' ton with 19, Monticello ran off with ' Jolws 2 - Gu y> R i de n°ur 2, Alma, the reserve game 68 to 4'. Monticello — Zerface 27, Wiseman 5, Randall, Lane 11, Criswell 4, R. Hively 3, Smithburn 14, Hahn 3, Soloman, .Holmes 2, D. Hively, McNaught. Brookston — Gagnon 7, Harner 11, Sutton 15, Weston 19, Hiner 11, Johnson 6, Williamson, Don Harner, Halstead, Spear, Gardiner. HUSBAND ADMITS SHOOTING FORT WAYNE (UP)—Authorities said Monday (Vi)liam Gilbert Johnson, 39, Fort Wayne, admitted shooting and killing his wife, Ruth Louise, <a3, Saturday night. The case was. slated for grand jury action, The line is a heavy one, averaging 211 pounds to a man. Michaels is the heaviest at 235. with Ecuyer the lightest at 195. The backfield averages just over 200 pounds per man wilh Crow the heaviest at 210 and Thomas the lightweight at 188. All of'the teams ranked as the top seven in the country by the United Press board of coaches,.,. _ . placed men on the all-star team! Ba P £jJit Te ™P Ie rejoin .the Bears and a posl-season meeting could be held to iron out any controversies arising from tne suspension. Bell promised that Knox' rights would be protected. Bowling CHURCH LEAGUi; W St. Vincent 31 17 Lucerne Christian .. Ninth St. Christian St. Joseph except Ohio Stale. I Broadway EUB 2!) 29 27 !i 27 . The Buckeyes, currently rated I West Bdwy. Presby. 25 1 Royal Center Baptist 24 the No. 1 team in the nation, won two second team berths, however —Clark and guard Aurelius Thomas. Michigan Slate and Auburn, rated No. 2 and 3 respectively— each placed one man while fourth- rated Iowa and sixth-rated Oklahoma landed two berths each, fifth-rated Texas A&M and seventh-place Navy each placed one man as did ninth-rated Army. 21 22% 24 25 30 34 35% Four points were won by Ninth Slreet and Royal Center Melho- dist; three points by West Broadway, Baptist Temple, and Broadway EUB; two points by Lucerne and Royal Cenler Baptist. 550 Series — Tony Sur.dy 592, Royal Center Meth. 23 Calvary Presbyterian !J! Walton Lutheran 14 Trinily Episcopal Only Georgia Tech and Kentucky, Charles Pearson 566. among the teams represented on | 200 Games — Sundy 213-210, the All-America, was unranked in I Brown 208, Willard 205, T. Smilh this week's ratings. j 207. Named to the sec-arid team were Dave Kaiser, Michigan State, and Wallen at ends; Charles Krueger, Texas A&M, and Bob Reifsnyder, Navy, at tackles; Thomas and Roy Additional Sports Page 9 ...of Hawk-inspired styling in action, in a new '58 Studebaker or Packard. Come in for your test-drive, now! Studebaker-Packard LUTES MOTORS, Inc. NEW TREADS! Get a fresh start on mileage. Just pay for the tread. $ NEW TIRE GUARANTEE 10 95 6.70-1 S Plus your recappable tire. Plenty of free Parking Spat* BF Goodrich IN KUMBt - FIRST 416 High Dial 2786

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