Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 26
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Twenty-six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune " Northwestern Wins Big Ten Baseball Title CHICAGO (UP)—Northwestern's baseball team, aided by rain and an upset loss by contending Iowa, was the Big Ten baseball champion today. The Wildcats took the title with • 5-2 season record, while the Hawkeyes, Illinois and Michigan were in the runner-up spot with identical 7-4 records. Rain shut the champions out of a scheduled double-header with Purdue Saturday. Last-place Indiana handed the Wildcats the title by defeating Iowa, 8-1, in the second game the Hawkeyes needed from a double-header to take first place. Iowa won the opener, 1-0. The Hoosiers closed the race With 12 hits off Don Dobrino, Hawkeye pitching ace, in a seven inning finale marked by friction involving Hoosier Coach Ernie Andres, Hoosier Carl Kirkpatrick and Umpire Jack Ryan. Andres and Kirkpatrick .were ejected from the game in the fifth inning after Kirlcpalrick slugged Ryan, and a general melee broke out among the players of both teams in the seventh. Big Ten Votes Full Aid Plan EVANSTON, 111. (UP) — Big Ten faculty representatives have approved a full aid program for superior student athletes, effective immediately. They also voted Saturday in favor of providing additional aid to "commuting" student-athletes and for a full aid program to athletes who are married. The rule was amended by the faculty, however. It provides" that athletes in the upper quarter of their high school class, whose college average is in the top qtuarer of men students in their college, shall be entitled to tuition, room, board and books. Previously the rule would not have been effective until next winter after a review by faculties of each member school. The rule permitting a grant of no more than tuition to students, who were in the upper third of their high school classes and who maintained a "B" average in college, would have been effective. Minnesota, Ohio State and Northwestern especially were expected to benefit 'from the commuting student angle. Commuting student Jack Nora held the Hoosiers tOi a thlctes, who receive no aid for four hits in the opener. He alsoj room and boardp wi u be allowed provided the one deciding run with I to receive up to $300 to pay s long fly ball that drove in Glen; transportation expenses and for Van Fossen. I lunches. Nora retired the Hoosiers with control ball when they loaded the bases in the first, third and fifth innings. Besselink Earns $2,800 Golf Purse KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)-Al Eesselink of Grousingcr'.s, N.Y., a professional who displays as much confidence in his golfing as color in his playing attire, forecast today that his -victory in the $22,000 Kansas City Open was only the first of several. "I am sure I am going to win a lot more tournaments in the near future," said Ucssclink.' "I am on my game and playing to •win every time out." Full aid will be granted married students who receive no assistance from their families. All married students now enrolled in member institutions wil! be entitled to full aid in the future without further investigation. Faculty representatives rejected two proposals to make -further changes in the rule. One would have permitted a transfer stuclenl to receive aid immediately upon enrollment at a conference institution. The other would have allowed varied payments by the different members to equalize differences in the cost of education. IHSAA Elects New Officers and Board INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The rndiana High School Athletic Association's council Saturday elected a new president and chose a new board of control at its semi-annual meeting. The council elected Leo Costello, superintendent of Loogootee schools as its president. Named_ to the board o'f control were Lor'en Chastain, Muncio Central, president; William W. Welch, LaPaz; Glen Longcnecker, Syracuse; Satiford Sanders, Patoka; and- E.C.. Boyd, Clinton. Chastain, Welch and Boyd are tormer members of the board. STewly-elected board members will take office July 1. Three proposals were submitted x) the council and all were referred to committees for study and recommendations to be made at the group's October meeting. One proposal submitted by the Indianapolis Public School Athletic Council suggested that a football jamboree be authorized in addition to he permitted 10-game schedule. • Another, presented by the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference, requested that athletes be permitted lo participate in 40 quarters of football and 72 quarters in basketball; instead of on a game basis—10 in football and IB in basketball. A third proposal, submitted by T.C. Leedy, Southport principal, suggested limiting the number of wrestling meets a school can schedule each year and setting up standards for weight classification. Monday Evening, May 27, 1957. Bev Hanson Wins Second Golf Title ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UP)—Tall Beverly Hanson oC Indio, Calif., credits "real luck" for her recent string of golf victories. Miss Hanson fired a four-under- par 70 Sunday 'to win the first annual. Land of the Sky'Women's Open tournament for her second straight tournament triumph. She also won the recent Gatlitiburg Women's Open. Miss Hanson wound up the four- day tournament with a total 286, one stroke ahead of 20-year-old |Wiffi Smith, Orange, Tex., who had led her by one stroke "• into the final-round. Miss Smith had. a 72 in the final round. . Mickey Wright, San Diego, Calif., shot a six-under-par 60 Sunday to tie the course record which Miss Hanson had set Thursday. Her blazing finish boosted her into third, place with a 290 total. Joyce Ziske,' Milwaukee, Wis.,.was fourth with an even-ipar 74 for a 294 total. Faye Crocker, Montevideo, Uruguay, and pre - tournament favorite Karlcne Bauer Hagge tied for fifth place at 295. golf's longest hitter, and -Dow Fin- sterwalci, Tequcsta, F!a., tied for The handsome su-ycar-old for- ;isecond at 2!I2 and each collected mer University of Miami golfer, who Ux,k the $2,800 first prize here Sunday finished three strokes in front after shooting a mediocre 75 for a 279 tola). 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