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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Berries Gun For Third Win Against Fort Wayne Tonight LHS Defeats Zebras In Hot Shooting Fray Larry Cart Leads Logansport Hardwood Contingent With 30 Points to Shake Determined Rochester Club, 91-76. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Logansport Pos. Fort Wayne Central F Ron Brubaker (6-0) ,F Ben Hawkins (6-2) Ju. Jones (5-11) Moss (G-2) R. Jones (6-5) C John Kelso (6-3) Cart (5-11) G T. C. Williams (,'i-lO) Cuppy (5-9) G Steve Hatch (5-8) TIPOFF—9 o'clock Fort Wayne time, 8 o'clock Logansport time. By JOHN STREY (Pharos-Tribune Sports Editor) The Berries, now 2-0 for the young basketball season, headed for Fort Wayne tonight to keep their first date at the spacious Coliseum against Central's Tigers. Coach Jim Jones wouldn't mind a repetition of the devastating offense, which riddled Rochester for 91 points Wednesday at Berry Bowl. But at the same time a tactics is imperative if the Berries figure to upset the high flying Fort Wayne quintet, also victorious in two previous appearances. Rochester, for instance, stormed | Area Cage Results | BURNETTSVILLE TOURNEY Burnettsvillc 55. Buffalo 45 (Consolation. Iclaville 64, Reynolds 43 (Championship) BURNETTSVILLE— The Idaville Green Streaks broke loose in the last half to outrun the Reynolds Rangers in a hard fought basketball game ror 'the championship of the local four-way tourney hern Wednesday night 64-49. Burnettsville's Bees won the consolation match from the Buffalo Bisons 55-45 with balanced scoring. Idaville's Junior Harris, a high scorer for the past two years, was held to two field goals in the title game but he flipped in 13 Correll 2236 Clark 2418 Carroll 0010 Devine (162 18 Totals . 1-1 14 13 40 Tlpton Tp. F& FT PF TP Frantz - 2044 Hammond 4 2 4 10 Helvie 2216 Guy 0000 Hendrixson !) 1 3 19 Lake .1012 Brown' - • .'! 0 5 4 Williams 01 2 1 Carey 4 2 1 10 Preiser 0030 Totals 24 8 24 56 . . BEARS EDGE MILERS TWELVE MILE — The Chili free throws and. wound up with 17! B ears squeezed past the Twelve points for top scoring effort O£|JJJ] E ne tters in a hard fought and the game. Bushman and Largon'[ ow scoring ball game, here Wed- Lions Pummel Packers, 18-6 DETROIT (-UP) — John Henr; Johnson burst through right guan and raced 62 yards for a touch down on the first play of th second half Thursday to lead th Detroit Lions to an 18-6 victor over the Green Bay Packers in game played from start to end i a drenching rain. The victory kept the Lions i the running for ft?. National Foot ball League's Western Divisio title Detroit is one - half gam behind the Baltimore Colts wit a 6-4 record and two games lef The Colts have three games re maining. Johnson's spurt, after a fak handoff by quarterback Bobb Layne, was the only touchdown c the game and marked the Lion; longest run from scrimmage sine 1952. The Lions rallied from a 6- Spahn Wins Young Award Milwaukee Hurler Named Best of '57 NEW YORK ('UP) — Leity Warren Spahn, the major leagues' top winning pitcher this year, Thursday was named the almost- Friday Evening, November 29, 1937. Bowl-Conscious Teams Note Fate of Aggies Navy, a six-point pick over Army, and other bowl-conscious teams playing Saturday were giv- down, cracking a fourth-period tie. gave Miami 'Ohio) a 20-14 win over Cincinnati. unanimous winner of the Cy Young j clinch a tie for the Southwest Con Terence championship and virtual' en a stern warning today—beware Saturday's big program winds the fate of the Texas Aggies. |up the 1957 gridiron season, cx- The Aggies, with a chance to | cept for a pair of top games next award as the best big - league pitcher of 1957. The Milwaukee Braves' 36-year- old star, who chalked up 21 victories and an earned run average of 2.69 in pacing the Braves' pennant drive, received the votes of 15 of the 15 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America selection committee. The only vote "Spahnie" missed went to Dick Donovan, the Chi- ly assure themselves of a bowl berth, were upset, 9-7, by Texas in Thanksgiving Day's big football surprise on a 28-yard field goal by Bobby Lackey. Now the Cotton and Sugar Bowl pictures are all scrambled, along with the Southwest title race. Rice (4-1-0)) must beat Baylor in its windup Saturday to top Texas (4-1-1) for the league title and cago White Sox' lanky right- clinch the host berth in the Cotton . .,• , .L • c ii. j i • each had 14 for the Rangers, who; nes( j ay n i g ht time a tightening of the defensive hal led 33 . 27 at haKtime "^ y s hander who won 16 games and had a 2.77 earned run mark. In contrast to the storm that broke when Mickey Mantle of the Yankees was named winner of the American League "most valuable player" award over Ted Williams of Boston, Spahn's selection was expected to meet with only cheers. The only other big-league hurlers to win 20 games this year were Billy Pierce of the White Sox and Jim Bunning of Detroit, and they the basket all evening with its effective race-horse style and succeeded in cracking the Berries for 76 points, even in a losing cause. Fort Wayne presents a formidable enough obstacle without lax defense for Coach Jones to worry about Veteran John Kelso and Ben Hawkins plus a full-court press throughout the' ball game have made Central a power.in the north. Logansport survived a similar ordeal one year ago, licking Central 61 to 58 at Berry Bowl. But it took a slam-bang 19-4. margin in the fourth quarter, to haul the Berries from the brink of defeat into the victory column. The locals that night were car- L. Jones Moss R. Jones Cart The box score: Logansport (91) FG FT I'F TP . 3 . 2 . 7 .11 Cuppy 2 Gibsor; 3 Fiedler 2 Dickerson 3 lies 0 Sweet 0 Arthington 0 Hayward 0 Totals 33 8 11 37-35 iri a see-saw battle The Milers led 7-4. at the Don Stroud hit 13 points to pace; quarter but Chili was in front 1>3-12 •he Lions rallied from a 6-3J-™*—— f-time deficit with a pair of Burnettsville's victory over Buffalo. Wooldrige scored 14 to lead the Bisons. Consolation: Burnettsville—Crowell 10, Best 3, Parks, Neher 5. Hines 12, Stroud 13, Ridenour 12. Buffalo—Van Meter 4. J. Hunt, Hahn 13, J. Westerhouse 4, B Westerhouse, Wooldrige 14, H- Hunt 10. Championship: IdaviBe—Dilling 14, Cosgray 14, Geisler 3, Harris 17, Royer 1, Marvin 2, Marnitz 13. Reynolds—Firth 8, Bushman, 14, Largon 14, Bardonner 1, Zarse 12, °;Snyder Mansfield, Seymour. 0 12 91 Rochester (76) FG FT PF TP Coplen 9 Smith 1 Cloud 0 Fansler 5 Miller 43 ried by Larry Cart with 16 and cbtn-ad '"""!!!!!'!! 9 0 Ron Jones with 10 points. But the|Q uBois "."j.]"j._ o 0 big star of the night was Hawkins JMcConkey"!!.'!.' 2 1 who corraled 31 markers on nine ,».,«„-_ o. 20 baskets and 13 free tosses. Hawkins is ready to go again. Witness his 20 points against Anderson in Central's 71 to 60 victory Rochester over the Redskins of the North Central conference last week. He tallied 15 as Fort Wayne blasted .-city rival Central Catholics 58 to .38 the following evening. Kelso, the jumping jack pivot man, was down for 27 against Anderson and 12 'in the Central encounter. So he appears poised for the Berries, too! This pair represents the extent of Central's starting height. Ron Brubaker, a 6-0 senior, is expected to play the other forward with T. C. Williams, a 5-10 sophomore, and Steve Hatch, a 5-8 senior, operating in the back court. Fort Wayne reliefers include Norman Beer, 6-2 senior; ' Bill Boyd, 5-11 junior; Don Linton, 6-5 junior center; Frank Smith, 5-9 senior and Tharnell Hollins, 5-11 junior. Coach Jones doesn't anticipate any alterations from the unit which has opened the Berries' first two triumphs—Larry Jones, Jim Moss, Ron Jones, Larry Cart and Billy Cuppy. Two pinch - hitters, however, showed up well in the Rochester encounter. Dave Dkkerson collect, ed 11 points during his limited service in the second and fourth quarters and John Gibson picked up sue points in the second half. Cart and Ron Jones, meanwhile, were very much in , evidence during the hot shooting night. Larry canned 18 in the first half and added 12 for an awesome 30- poir.t production. Jones, an aggressive rebounder, chipped in with 21 points, including a perfect night at the free throw line of seven for seven. Rochester had several heroes, foremost of which were Phil Cop- ,len and Barry Conrad, who combined efforts for a grand total of 38 points. Coplen played about two and one- half quarters, before fouling oul with 3:15 left in the third period. Conrad never entered the game McMillen S. 0 0 6 Totals', ' 38 10 22 76 Score by Quarters: Logansporl 14 32 20 25—91 17 22 22—76 Logan "B" — Wagner 20, Jordan 5, Tuberty 3, Mead« 6, Fritts 2, Schwering 8, Hoover. Rochester —'MoLochlin 6, Brown 9, IKnauff 5, Wilson 4, Nickels la, Schroeder 2, Du'Bois, Ault. AKRON IS WINNER, AKRON The Akron Flyers soared past the Roann cagers in a swift-moving basketball game here Wednesday night 68-61 as Gary Brown led the way with a huge 38 point scoring splurge. The big kid scored freely all the way as Roann tried gamely to stay in contention led by Huffman's 22 points but to no avail. Akron led 18-13, 36-27 and 52-43 at the quarter poles. Akron also won the B game 32-24. Akron—Rhodes 11, Stanley 10, Showman, Brown 38, Leininger 2, Powell 7, Groninger, Flohr, Miller, Burge Kuhn. Roann—Draper 2, Huffman 22, Krom 13, Richardson 6, Wood 7, Rohr 11, Hebner, Cline, Steele, Dyson, Slonaker. at halftime and 28-22 at the end of the third period. The Milers late rally fell short. Twelve Mile won the B game 40-22. Twelve Mile FG FT PF TP Helms 2135 Rudicel 1547 Shafer 0030 Heiden 4 2 4 10 Babb 0020 Nead 1042 Bookwalter 4321-1 Totals 12 11 22 .75 Chili H. Conger 1234 M. Conger 4 4 2 12 Landis 6 3 1 15 Shafer 0020 Arthur 0101 Layton 2135 Totals 13 11 11 37 half- The soggy field made it almost impossible for the runners to gain traction and hampered both teams passing games. Fred Cone gave Green Bay a 3-0 first quarter lead with a 14- yard field goal. After Jim Martin tied it up with one from 36 yards out, Cone kicked his second field goal from the 16 in the second quarter. was the first time (since 1954 the Packers had been jheld to less than 7 points. Mitchell Appointed Kansas Grid Coach LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP)— Jack Mitchell, a youthful Kansas native whose 1957 Thanksgiving produced a dream come true, today owned the coaching job he wanted most less than 10 years after his Oklahoma graduation. - The fast-rising Mitchell was named early Thursday to replace Charles V. (Chuck) Mather at the Kansas Jayhawk football helm. Michigan Halfback Wins Big 10 Scoring And Rushing Titles CHICAGO CUP) — -Tim Pace, Michigan halfback, took the Big Ten's individual scoring and ground gaining title, final statistics showed today, and Michigan State finished as the top team on offense and defense. Pace ran for 164 yards_iu Mich- __ __ ______ igan's closing game againsit Ohio • L arry seagraves pitched in 16 State, a total which gave him a CARDS WIN THRILLER BUNKER HILL —Trailing until three minutes remained to' play in the fourth quarter, the Galveston Cardinals rallied to nose out the Bunker Hill Minutemen in a scorcher here Wednesday night 42 to 40. Four field goals by Ron Freeman in the fourth periol helped pull the Cards from a 5-point deficit to victory. Dick Baber led' Mather, who made $1-1,000 an- the attack for Galveston with ISlnually, resigned with five assistants Oct. 30 after a midnight meeting in which the group decided "we cannot solve the Kansas football problem." Bowl. And both teams, along with the still hopeful Aggies, are in contention for a bid to the Sugar Bowl if they miss the Cotton. Navy Favored Over Cadets Navy, favored in the annual week, Other Saturday feature's include: Auburn, 14-point pick over Alabama, seeks to clinch the Southeastern Conference title and finish a perfect season: Arizona (Tempe) State also oul to finish a perfect season and clinch the Border Conference title by beating Ariona; Oklahoma picked by 20 over Oklahoma Stale; Georgia Tech by seven over Georgia: Holy Cross by three over Boston College; SMU three over Texat Christian; and Notre Dame by 14 over Southern California. Peru Wrestlers Beat „ _ .Jeff for Fourth Win classic' at Philadelphia on the I PERU—The Peru Tisers wrest- strength of Tom Forrcstal's pass-;ling team won its fourth straight ing against a supposedly second-! match of the season at Jeff of rate Army air defense, is known Lafayette Wednesday 3.1 lo 23 and Basketball •HIGH SCHOOL Wednesday Indianapolis Broad Ripple 65 Lawrence Central 51 Indianapolis Shortridge 61 Indianapolis Scecina 50 Indianapolis Cathedral 78 Anderson St. Mary's 62 Indianapolis Wood 41 Franklin Twp. 32 Southport 61 Center Grove 38 Glenn 43 South Bend Riley 37 Greencastle 62 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 57 Anderson 68 Terre Haute Wiley 38 Kokomo 81 Frankfort 41 Lafayette 51 Rossville 43 Zionesville 58 West Lafayette 55 Muncie Central 62 Shelbyville 37 Warsaw 65 Wabash 63 Elwood 68 North Central 58 New Castle 64 Hartford City 60 Aurora 49 Lawrenceburg 45 Vincennes 74 Linton'47 Logansport 91 Rochester 76 Auburn 57 South Bend Washington 53 to be receptive to a Cotton Bowl bid if it wins this one. Spoiling those ideas might sound like fun to the Cadets. Mississippi, the leading bowl- eligible team in the Southeastern Conference, sems in lin for a Sugar Bow) bid but is picked Saturday by only four points over Mississippi State. Other "Turkey Day" highlights saw Utah and VMI win conference championships Brown Mitchell, who broke a new 10-year j South Bend Adams 63 Gary Wai- contract at Arkansas to come • lace 91 here, was signed for five years i Michigan at the same $15,000 annually he had earned at Fayetteville, Ark. points while Jim Sullivan duplicat- ,ed that effort for the Bunkers. | The Minutemen led at the first ^ T ?^l aC 1^" SSJ "^ GaTve'ston 0 'wln'ineTgame Young America Yanks surprised the Metea Hornets here Wednesday night with a basket shooting flurry from opening whistle to the final gun for a 68-63 decision, their first of the season. The Yanks led 16-14 and 31-32 at the first two stops and it was tied 49 -all at the end of the third period. Then Young America mov- 46 to 25. Galveston Baber Rodabaugh McCauley Dixon Freeman Johnson Scott • 73 East Chicago Washington 51 Valparaiso 73 Portage 44 Gary Emerson 78 East Gary 55 Gary Tolleston 33 Gary Edison 31 Sumrnittville 52 Anderson Highland 44 New Haven 61 Fort Wayne Catholic: 48 and Denver win regionally-televised games, Utah wrapped up the Skyline Conference crown with a 21-6 victory over Utah State. Halfback Bobby Jordan scored ,vice on goal-line smashes for VMI for their 14-6 victory over Virginia Tech. After the game VMI players, who reportedly had 'feelers" from the Sun and Tan- jerine Bowls, voted against post- will go for No. 5 against New Haven here next Wednesday. Results of the match were: 95 Ibs., Jeff forfeited. 103 Ibs., Conner of Peru pinned Mansfield 2:14. 112 Ibs., Terry Brooks of Peru defeated last year's slate champ Dickey by pinning him in 3:23. 120 Ibs., Rumpza of Jeff pinned Foreman 2:30. 128 Ibs., Martin of Jeff pinned Cress 5:45. 132 Ibs., Harshman of Peru pin-, ned McNeally. 138 Ibs., Richeson of Jeff, last year's state cliamp won by a decision over Smith of Peru with a score Of 9-0. 145 Ibs., Roush of Lafayette pinned Kinlner in 13 seconds. 154 Ibs., Cover of Peru pinned season play and the coach admit-; Robinson in 2 min ted be was "surprised." Frank Finney passed for two touchdowns and ran 95 yards for another in Brown's 33-7 win over Colgate. Sam Pagaono's conversion with 2'A minutes left gave Denver a 14-13 win over Wyoming on Far West TV. The Texas- Texas A&M game was screened in the South, Southwest and Midwest. Fred Doelling rushed for 163 yards for Pennsylvania in a 14-6 | Ivy League win over Cornell as the game ended with a Cornell TD and a fist fight and Mickey Marinkov's 79-yard punt return TD gave Richmond a 12-7 win over William and Mary. Thelan Sparks Miami Dave Thelan's second touch- 165 Ibs., Sterling of Peru pinned Adams 3:59. 175 Ibs., Olten of Jeff pinned Werner in 4:50. Heavyweight, Gochcnour of Peru pinned Boyd in two minutes. East Tips West in Peru Football Clash PERU—The annual East-West Turkey day football gamo here Thursday ended in a hard-fought 13 to 6 triumph for the East eleven. Four Logansport athletes, who played with the victorious club included Bob Sabatini, Don Baldini, Bob Rozzi and Glen Cooke. ed on to win as Bill McCoy pump-.Sullivan ed home 23 points to set the pace. helper. Carl Fowler Totals Bunker Hill Bonner 18 net of 584 yards for the season got _,<_ points for the Hornets and Jim Sullivan compared to 515 for Don Clark of — - Ohio State. Pace's 54 points also gave him scoring honors. Bob White, Ohio's sens.ational sophomore fullback, moved into third place in the final standings with 506 yards rushing, a 5-yard edge-over Danny Lewis of Wiscon- in. i Jim Van Pelt, Michigan quarterback-, took passing -honors on the strength of seven touchdown tjirows and only two interceptions as compared with 11 charged to Iowa's Randy Duncan, who held a wide margin in passing yardage. Duncan's yardage total of 695, coupled with 52 yards running, was far ahead of his closest competitor. Ohio State, Big Ten champions, were only 14 yards behind the. Spartans in offensive and defensive-total and one ( point per game behind in. scoring. Bob Wagoner added 14. Metea won the B game 32. to 25. Yo. America Segraves Trapp McCoy Turnpaugh Harness Ennis Totals Metea Price D. Wagoner Paschen Moss B. Wagoner Fowler Totals FG FT PF TP 5 16 23 26 1C 19 68 FG FT PF TP 21 18 Woodruff Peters Clark Cain Coblentz ' Joe Sullivan Totals 16 14 TIGERS TRIUMPH ROYAL CENTER—Despite some ragged play throughout the game the Tipton Tp. Tigers trampled Reitz Bounces Bosse For "Perfect Season EVANSVILLE. (UP)—Evansville Reitz over-powered city - rival Bosse, 33-13, in a Thanksgiving Day game to give the co-holder of Indiana's mythical high school football title a perfect season and its ninth Southern Conference title. Fullback Jerry Thienes scored three times to'lead the Panthers to their 10th win this season. It avenged a 7-7 tie with Bosse last Moore Will'Fight Unknown Tonight PORTLAND, Ore. (ISP)—Archie Hammond'and Busier Carey added nnrp. who savs hfi*s "iust. fl TOUT- in :«*.« nn »u ri«T,;„«',- -m »»;«*» the Mexico Bulldogs in a fast! year which was the only stam on ball game here Wednesday night'the Reitz record. It was Bosses 56 to 40. The Tigers le' at each seventh loss in 10 games, quarter pole 11-7, 22-^4 and 38-24, . Reitz, .lamed! by the United Don Hendrixson led the Tigers with 19-point spree while Jim Moore, who says he's "just a jour neyman trying to make a buck," goes against Roger Rischer, California State i heavyweight champion from Oakland, here tonight in until starter Bud Cloud was ejected from the game on fouls with 6:06 remaining of the third canto. t . a 10-round hxing main event. The Zebras opened a 15 to 14 first period lead, but faded quickly during the next eight minutes in the face of a 32-point spree by the Berries, who rode into a 46 to 32 intermission cushion. Rochester battled back to within six points at 56 to 50, but foul trouble and Logansport bench strength began to take its toll. It was 66 to 54 after three quarters. The final eight minutes reverted to an anything-goes system, with both clubs forgetting finesse for a helter-skelter offensive show. Proficient free throwing rescued the Berries. They dropped 25 of S3, while Rochester hit but 10 of 17. Both clubs deposited 33 field goals, Logan counting its total on only 65 shots for a 50.8 percent average. The Zebras needed 78 tries and finished with a good 4>1 percent. The Bee Berries upended a previously unbeaten Rochester Colt quintet, 44 to 37, after leading 18 to 16, at the half. Tim Wagner's 20 point production topped Logansport scoring. Nickels paced the visitors with H points. Moore, weighing 200 pounds and pudgy around th-: waist, training Wednes day and pronounced himself -ready for Rischer, who will carry about 183 pounds when he steps into the ring against the aging light; heavyweight champ. 10 points each. Devine's 16 points was tops for the Mexico club. Mexico won the B game 59-56. Mexico FG FT PF TP Tomson • 0 2 1 2 Martin 3056 Press coaches' board as mythical state co-champion with East Chicago Roosevelt, was the seventh, team to finish, its regular season unbeaten and untied during the regular season. Others were Roosevelt, Indianapolis Tech, Kokomo, Noblesville, Royerton and Gary Wirt. LAYAWAY NOW SUBURBAN PUMPER FIR! TRUCK $8.98 Sportlond 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Th» Large it Sporting 0'ood.i and toy star* in Logantport, BLADE-ELECTRIC SHAVEMASTER RAZOR The only electric shaver with a real, hollow ground blade powered by a 16-bar armature-type REAL motor. Actually shaves below beard line because big, single head pops whiskers high for blade. "Hollow ground, double edge blade is self-sharpening. CSSUNMAM SHAVtMASTI* WARDS' MONTOOMBIIVWAItO IT'S m CU. FEET! 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