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Eighteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuns Wednesday Evening, December 4, 19ST. ROCHESTER ZEBRAS POISED FOR WABASH GAME FRIDAY Chisox Swing 5-Player Deal With Baltimore Royal Center, Hatchets Win Cass County Tilts Doby, Moore, Harshman Key Figures COLORADO SPRINGS, ROYAL CENTER — Royal Ccn- Fiedler 2216 ter's Bulldogs employed eleven Miller 2246 performers against the Fulton Bull- Newport 3349 dogs here Tuesday night as they Vance 4 4 1 12 chewed out a 56 to 43 decision in Howell 2 6 5 10 a fast and hard fought basketball Wilson 1 2-3 1 game. It was the sixth straight win White 000 for Coach Russ.Brown's Royals. Rush . 000 Royal Center bounced into a Martin 0 0' 0 quick 19-10 firi-t quarter lead and Totals 17 22 21 never was headed. However, Fill- ton fought back within three points STAR CITY WINS j d a couple of times only to have thej FRANCESVILLE - Star City's ! UnTore Orioles this"way- Boone township club sveep into|cagers nosed out the Francesville a larger margin. • Zebras in a' close ball game here The Royals held a 30-23 edge at' Tuesday night 55 to 53 as the halftime and 45-33 at the third I Zebras made a late rally that fell Bowling CHURCH LEAGUE W St. Vincent 34 Lucerne Christian 30 Colo. I Ninth' Sr. Christian .... 30 30 L 18 22 22 22 (UP)— The Chicago White Sox fi-: Broadway EUB .. nally broke the trading lull today j St. Joseph 29'A 22'.2 30 37 39'i All square at 2-2 tor Hie season, th« Kochcstcr Zebras will entertain Wabash in a Central Indiana Conference basketball game Friday c -ill -?" ccling in front - left to "Sl't, arc: Assistant Coach William Shore and Head Coach Paul Rockwell. First row, left to right: Terry Smith, Ed Fanslcr, Bill McMillcn. Larry McConkey and Dave DuBois. Back row, left to right: Phil Coplen, Earl Cloud, Barry Conrad, Larry Policy. Dale Rudd. Missing from the picture was Harold Howard. . (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Notre Dame Wins Opener Iowa Hands SMU Second Defeat By UNITED PRESS _ Notre Dame's basketball Irish lived up to their advance billing Tuesday night with an 82-63 .opening-game basketball triumph" over St. Ambrose of Iowa. Tom Hawkins, a sensation as a sophomore last year, pumped in 28 points to pace the Irish who wore in command all the way. Hawkins scored 18 points in the first half and 10 before retiring in the second. He also hauled down 15 rebounds. Notre Dame ranked ninth nationwide in the United Press preseason coaches' poll. All five members of the Hoosier College Conference in action also Indiana Central Illinois 76-61; Franklin romped over Huntington 109-71; Hanover clipped Ball State of the Indiana Collegiate Conference 77-59: Taylor beat Bunker Hill Air Force Base 95-78, and Manchester scored an 81-75 overtime victory at Kalamazoo, Mich. Anderson of the HCC rescheduled its game with Central State of Ohio to Jan. 13 due to bad weather. Three of the nation's top-ranked college basketball teams are off to flying starts today, but it appears were victorious, nailed Eastern Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STSEY NCC Teams Begin Race Kokomo NCC Games W L 1 All Games New Castle 0 Muncie Central 0 Lafayette 0 Indpls Tech .. 0 Richmond 0 Marion 0 Logansport .... 0 Anderson 0 Frankfort 0 W 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 the loss of Jim Krebs has wrecked Southern Methodist as a power. GAMES FRIDAY " Marion at Anderson Frankfort at Indpls Tech Kokomo at Lafayette Muncie Central at Logansport New Castle at Richmond GAMES SATURDAY Anderson at New Albany Crawfordsville at Jrankfort Richmond at Indpls Shortridge RESULTS LAST WEEK Kokomo 81, Frankfort 41 (c) Kokomo 69, Ehvood 62 Anderson 68, T. H. Wiley 38 Frankfort 61, West Lafayette 56 Indpls Tech 76, Southport 61 Lafayette 51, Rossvillc 43 Lafayette 51, Hammond 41 Logansport 91, Rochester 76 Fort Wayne Central 71, Logansport 56 ,. i i'" big ] Marion 70, Wabash 68 Marion 61, Hartford City 50 .Third-ranked Bradley, seventh- Muncie Central 62, Shelbyvllle 57 ranked Kansas State.and ninth- Muncie Central 69, Fort Wayne ranked Notre Dame all opened i North 49 their 1957-58 campaign with Ncw Castle smashing triumphs Tuesday night. Bradley clobbered Illinois Normal, 97^7, Kansas State crushed Texas Western, 78-31, and Notre Dame walloped St. Ambrose, 82-63. At Iowa City, Iowa, however, SMU's _Mustangs, who were rated fourth in the country last season when they compiled a 22-4 record,suffered a second loss in 24 hours when they were beaten, 65-60, in overtime by Iowa. The pre-season dope was that the loss of tie six- foot-eight Krebs would mark the end of Southern Methodist's three- year reign in the Southwest Conference — and the dope appears to be standing up. INDIANA BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL Bedford 52 Mitchell 41 Otterbein 58 Battle Ground 34 Shawswick 60 Paoli 5« Vernon 51 Madison Central 49 Hartford City 60 Richmond 41, Liberty 38 Richmond 53, Muncie Burris 51 (d. o. t.) Results of pre-conferencc warfare in the North Central indicate a basketball race similar to the football campaign as league members prepared for the first full round of games Friday night. veteran Indianapolis crew, which has whacked Secina, Warren Centra! and Soul'hport in order. Tech Friday night goes .against the Frankfort Hot Dogs, who were soundly trounced by the basket- Heisman Vote To John Crow Texas Aggie Back Named No. 1 Player NEW YORK (UP)—John Crow, All-America halfback from Texas A&M, may wind up as the most honored player of the 1957 college period, before moving on to win as a full crew of subs finished out the final quarter. Veteran .center Jerry Berkshire was the top gunner for the Royals with 16 points but the work of Leonard fray at guard took the eye of Coach Brown and most Royal Center fans. The youngster popped in 14 points and played a fine floor game. Fuiton's attack was led by Danny Hauser, who collared 18 points, short. The Stars led 12-11, 28-22 and 42-38 at the quarter poles but Francesville rallied to lead 48-<16 with three minutes to go. Then the Stars shot ahead to stay as Russ Shideler hit twice. Shideler went on to score 27 points to pace the Stars to victory. Von Tobel's with a five-man deal which they Baptist Temple 28'i 23'i 7 are convinced "gives us the men West Bdwy Presbyterian 28'/z 23'-z °jwe need" to beat the Yankees for'Royal Center Bap'i-st ..26 26 °|the American League pennant in I Royal Center Methodist 26 26 0 1195S. | Calvary Presbyterian .. 22 56 1 General Manager John Rigneyi Walton Lutheran 15 lot the White Sox optimistically i Trinity Episcopal l2Vi Four points were won by Cal- 3 ,.y Presbyterian over Trinty; "We had to have a first-class ' "yeo poin-ls by West Broadway, St. relief pitcher to challenge the Yan-1 Vincent, Royal Center Methodist kees and we got him in Ray! and Broadway EUB: two points Moore. Everyone also knew we j by St. Joseph and Royal Center were hurting at third base. Not; Baptist. 19 was tops for the Zebras. Fran-! aTnd left-handed pitcher Jack cesville won the B game 53-?7. ; Harshman to the Onple_s. Star City — Wentz 9, Lehman; "' any more because we're putting i 550 Series — Frank Lawlor 573, Billy Goodman there. And Tito j Howard Schmaltz 552. Francona gives us excellent pro- { 200 Games — Lawior 215, Char- '.ection in the outfield." To get Moore, Goodman and! Francona, the White Sox had to turn over outfielder Larry Doby lies Pearson 209, John Strey 201. 1, Ray Brown 12, Shideler 27,; Richards Pleased, Too! Baltimore boss Paul Richards lAuburn Coach Voted Honor AUBURN, Ala. (UP) — He and Bud Showley with 16. The-Rough 4, Roy Brown 2. Frances-i was even ' ™ ore Pleased with the: coached "the greatest team I ever Fulton county club played well inlo ville — Gutwcin 10, Von Tobei 19, j cle .f 1 lllan R'gney. worked with" to a 10-0 record sev- the fourth quarter before sending Tanner 2, Robinson, Witt, Boehn-i "Doby should drive in plenty of en years after the same ccllege in any relief and then used only ing 14, Downs 4, Ehrlich 4. two subs. Royal Center's continual . . flow of fresh players eventually FROSH GAME POSTPONED er !.. in '."e league," he said, proved too much for them to The scheduled basketball opener handle. . if ot - the LHS Frosh Reds against runs for us and Harshman has the - blushed because of an 0-10 season. \ stuff to be one o£ the best pitch- football season. crazy Kokomo shooters 81 to 41 , Tne 22 . year . 0 i d star ol Ulo Gator in the^only league contest played | Bo wl-bound Aggies Tuesday was (named winner of the Heisman to date. Coach Joe Platt's hustlers are booked for their most severe test •of the young season Friday at Lafayette. Their opponent, Jeff, hasn't been standing still either and can point to three opening triumphs over Lebanon, Rossville and Hammond High. * * * Three other members — New Castle, Muncie Centra] and Richmond — also completed their non- conference activity without a blemish. The surprising New Castle unit, after turning back Knightstown, Greenfield and Hartford City, invades Richmond to play a revamped Hed Devil club that nipped Liberty, 41-38 and Burris of Muncie, 53-51 in a double overtime struggle. * * * Central of Muncie, bemoaning the lack of size and experience help, apparently has located some new basketball players. The Bearcats take victories over Columbia City, Shelbyville and Fort Wayne North into their NCC debut at Logansport. The Berries lost their unbeaten status last Friday at the Fort Wayne Colise-um when they bowed lo the powerful Central Tigers. Earlier they had rolled up a 91 points against Rochester and 65 against Winamac. * * * Anderson and Marion hook up in the final NCC battle in the Wigwam. Anderson has lost only to Fort Wayne Central while trimming Rushville and Wiley of Terre Tech of Indianapolis and Kokp-1 Haute. Marion's setback was ad- mo, both unbeaten, finally had to share the gridiron title a month ago. Now it appears that the favorite Greenclads and the upstart Wildcats have merly transferred their rivalry to the hard-wood. # * * Conference writers gave Tech the nod as a likely repeater, probably because Coach Charley Maas lost only Henry Woods by graduation from his first five. Eddie Hannon and Harold Boyd head the Troutman Raps Half-Dozen Blames Wealthy Owners For Baseball's Troubles ministered by Rochester, but since that time the Giants edged Wabash and turned back Hartford City. Kokonw's tremendous 1-2 punch Jimmy Rayl and Don Bowling have a head start in the individual scoring race. Rayl hit 33 and^ Bowling 20 during the rout ofj Frankfort. Memorial Trophy, awarded annu- allj to the nation's outstanding player. Crow previously was named lo the United Press All-A m e r i c a team and was voted college football's "Back of the Year" in the United Press poll. He also was the first choice of the Chicago Cardinals in the National Football League draft. In the balloting for the Heisman Trophy, Crow won in a landslide by totaling 1,183 points.. Alex Karras, Iowa's 233-pound All-America tackle, finished a distant second with 693 -points. Walt Kowalczyk, All-America Halfback from Michigan State, was third with 630. They were followed by Lou Michaels, All-America tackle from Kentucky, with 330 points and quarterback Tom Forrestal of Navy with 232, The Royals also won the B team Tecumseh of Lafayette at Berry game 41-21 after gaining an 18-10 Bowl was postponed last night when .._!« ,-_., Lafayette-officials said they feared road travel would be too' dan- .gerous, due lo-the sudden snow 01 storms. Arrangements will be made halftime lead. Summary: Fulton Spangler Pugh Showley- Heckalhorn Leavell Hauser Williams Totals Royal Center Ban- Berry Leslie r Berkshire Hendryx Rhody Gray Holcpmb McKinney Newcomb De Poy Totals FG 0 0 8 1 0 7 1 17 FG 2 0 3 7 2 0 7 0 2 2 0 25 FT 0 0 0 1 0' t 4 9 FT ,1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 PF TP 1 0 2 3 0 1 5 12 16 PF TP 3 0 1 3 2 3 2 0 0 2 0 16 to play the game later. He didn't even seem to care that his team — unbeaten and untied— also is "ineligible" for a bowl MnvTFni?v ™™™ i f MONTEREY—Hitmg freely the way the Union Tp. cagers of:have informed LaPorte county blasted the Monterey Fliers here Tuesday night "y 77 to 50. Union led at each quarter 0 i pole 16-9, 32-29, and 54-37. Union ' also won the B game 21-20. . Union Tp.—Anderson 8, Ferguson 19, Hayes 23, Buchanan 16, Peeples 5, Burkhart 4, Johnson 2, Leffert. Monterey—Tom Keller 13, Jim Reinholt, Scott, John Keller 16, Minniear 16, Jerry Reinholl, Bauer 4, Davis 1. HATCHETS RALLY COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.; fU-P)—National Assn. President' George Trautman angrily blamed tome of baseball's biggest names —including "the Wi-igleys, Yaw- keys, Buschs, Toppings and the Webbs"—for the game's current troubles. His face red with ire and his voice showing obvious emotion, Trautman reeled off the names of major league owners and admitted they were "extremely successful" In everything they did. "Now I ask those same gentlemen how they can permit their (baseball) structure to topple?" Trautman said. Trautman included Phil Wrigley of the Cubs, Tom Yawkey of the j •Red Sox, Gussie Busch of the Cardinals, • John Galbreath of the I Pirates and Bob Carpenter of the | Phillies in his scorching indictment, delivered at a minor league writers' meeting Tuesdaj night. "And, oh yes," he said as an afterthought, "i don't want to forget the Dan Toppings and the Del Webbs." Beferring to a recently published dispatch which chargeu baseball with • lack of .leadership, Traut- num laid bluntly; "Some of the people in baseball are very selfish. It grieves me no end that the finger is pointed at us as lacking leadership. This game is my life and . want to preserve it. How arc: you going to get leadership when you can get no followers?" Trautman then revealed that a seven-man committee has been formed to determine how far the majors plan to go in their program of television expansion. He was speaking of the majors' plan to have a TV game-of-the-week on Sundays as well as Saturdays. "This committee is being appointed to find a common ground of understanding," he added, "specifically, to ask if this pattern of expanding networks is to be continued." The committee -will be composed of league presidents Leslie O'Connor (Pacific Coast League); Frank Shaughncssy (International League); Hal. Totten (Three-I League); Eddie Mulligan (California League) and Sam Smith (Alabama-Florida League). Shaughnessy already has announced the International Leaguels intention o:i bringing suit against the majors if they go through with their plan to have a Sunday TV game-ol'-the-week. NFL Players Want to Talk Not Sue Owners CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)— The National Football League Players Association indicated today it wants to talk to club owners, ho sue them. Association attorney Creighton Miller said Tuesday the suit threatened for filing would not be' filed "at this time," pending the outcome of talks sometime this months with WFL Commissioner Bert Bell- Benching of the lawsuit was announced by Miller after he got in touch with player representatives for instructions, in light of the meeting of club owners Sunday in Philadelphia. The club owners affirmed recognition of the association which Bell made during an appearance before a Congressional subcommittee. The owners also acceded to all but one of the players' demands — a share of the championship game receipts to be used by the association for whatever purpose they decide upon. Joe Brown Favored In Title Fight Wednesday CHICAGO (UP) — Lightveight champion Joe Brown was a 3-1 favorite Tuesday to defeat Joey Lopes Wednesday and retain the 135-pound crown in his third title defense. Brown, a 31-year-old ring veteran who has lost only 14 limes in 91 battles, has not been beaten jr. his last 13 fights and boasted an 11- bout winning streak prior to a 10- round draw with Lopes last Aug. 24. The deadlock, in an overweight scrap, earned Lopes his title chance Wednesday. Lop=s, 27, has lost 13 times in 57 bouts. He has 41 victories; 17 of them by knockout, while Brown has 66 wins, 28 by knockout. Brown has knocked out 6 of his last 13 opponents. RILEY VS. SAINTS The Saints and Riley basketball teams will clash tonight in a junior high school doubleheader at the Riley gymnasium. The seventh grade tilt is scheduled at t o'clock with the eighth grade set for 8 o'clock. Coach Fred Oyler's Washington Tp. Hatchets had. to stage a fourth quarter rally to beat out the Lucerne Lions in a Cass county bas- ketbail feature at the Washington gym Tuesday night 56 to 48. The game was a thriller all. the way as the Hatchets led 16-13 at the quarter and it was tied 26- all at halftime. Lucerne was on lop 37-36 at the end of the third quarter. It was close for the next four minutes and then Ihe Hatchets pulled in front to stay. Fine work on the' part of Hatchet guards Dave Vance, who hit for 12 points, and veteran Harold Howell, who collected 10, turned the tide for Oyler's team. Lucerne put up a good battle as Jim Robinson scored 13 and Dale Bridge got 10 to lead the way. Lucerne was hurt in the final quarter when four players fouled out. The Hatchets lost Howell and'Leffert by the same route in the final stanza. Washington also won the B team contests in a close one 29-27. Lucerne FG FT PF TP Robinson 535 13 Crane 0000 B. Cunningham 1153 Bridge .4 2 5 Myers 000 C. Newell 324 R. Cunningham 213 Burrough 3 3.5 Young 0 0 0 '0 A. Newell 0000 Totals 18 12- 27 48 Washington Tp FG FT PF TP Leffert 2256 T1PTON JRS. WIN Coach Harlan Bonsett's Tip'ton Tp. junior high cagers won a pair o: games from the Galveslon only a few hours previously Rich-I , ards had commented on the lack' . Hc sr Jal ™ s of trading activity at the current. da " °, A " bu ™' , „ ... , „ baseball meetings. This one was Jootba11 C ? ach ot ^ Week after the first of the meetings but three i'»f. M ? a 'f r f overwhelmed tra- others are hanging fire i dltlollal nval Alabama, 40-0, Sat- The deal said to be nearest com.; urday lo com P lete a P^" 1 sea " pletion involves the Phillies and ] son ' Cardinals. St. Louis wants south-! Those defensive stalwarts of Au- paw Harvey Haddix and center-' burn would brighten any post-sea- Richie Ashburn. The CardsJ son bowl bul , an XCAA- penalty for nformed the Phils they'll recruiting violations will keep give up Ken Boyer in return. [them home. Jordan brushed that Lane Seeking Deal j off- Cleveland General M a n a gc rj "I believe our record speaks for Frank Lane has offered the White itself,' 1 he said. "I feel we have Sox outfielder-third baseman Al!we have risen to the occasion each Smith and pitchers Early Wynn j Saturday — and without an ex- and Cal McLish in exchange for perienced quarterback, outfielder Minnie Minoso and But odds' mean little to this pitcher Jim Wilson. The While Sox i husky, i7-y e a r-old mastermind admit they're tempted. who starred in his undergraduate Another deal that's hanging fire.days at Auburn as a 165-pound is one between the Cubs and the' center. He became head coach in Redlegs. The Cubs are eyeing first 1951 after that disastrous season Baseman Steve Bilko. Cincinnati is and quickly put Auburn back on asking for right-handed fastballer I the football map. His teams now ob Rush in return for Bilko. 'have won 14 straight games and Over in the American League, have lost only four ot the last 36. Cardinal juniors Tuesday night at there was a sudden rush for out-: the Onward gym. The seventh I {, lelder Gene Stephens of the Red. R rvnn f. f- n prarioro u>nn 37.1 R anrf the .iahlh Sox. - jOryUHl IU "No less than made overtures four clubs have|$17,500 at Alabama to us for him,": HOUSTON. Tex. (UP) — I Paul ' Boar) Bryant will receive an an- his graders won 37-18 and the eighth grade triumphed 49 to 16. Seventh grade: Galveston—Pet-, , . lay 4, Butcher 11, Townsend, Wal-! re ^ ale ^ ° ne Boslon ofticial i •-•— - ".,«-». «.» •-— «„ ker, Sullivan 1, Porter'2. Tipton!. ™ e ,. Red ? ox are stl11 tr y ir| S tolnual salary of $1(7.500 under nis Tp.-Lake, Helvie 5, Graff, Er- " t ?' fc tne . Tigers out of Harvey | new 10-year contract as coach and baugh 8, Rush, King, Gunter, ^."^" _ bujt __?°__ far De L™t has! alhietic director at his alma ma- Butz, Ayers 12, Dutchess, Brown 4. Babb 6, Hinkie, Rhodes 2, Rowe. Eighth grade: Galveston—Carlson 2, Buckner 8, Moss 4, Taylor, Porter, Butcher, Pettay 2. Tipton 'Pp.—Hinkie 14, Grant, Frantz 9, Wilson, Rush 6, Wolford, Preiser 6, Lowry 4, Layman 8, Cook 2. turned a deaf ear. CARS IN COLLISION Cars driven by Mary Alice Hoover, 1606 George street, and Isaac Preston, 1632 Woodlawn avenue, were damaged in a collision at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Seventeenth Whatever Happened To Luke Appling? Luke Appling, for 20 years a shortstop for the Chicago While Sox, was known as "old aches and pains" — the worse he felt the better he Tilt. In 1936, he felt so "poorly" he led the American League with .388, which still stands as an all-time mark for this club. Between 1930 and 1950, Luke \ also set a major league record by playing 2,218 games at short. Whatever happened to Luke Appling? He runs an appliance store .in Atlanta, Ga., and keeps his i 5 hand in baseball by helping a pro- 9 gram for kiddie, ball players. and High streets. ler the University of Alabama. Dr. Frank A. Rose, president- elect at Alabama, announced the terms of Byranl's contract Tuesday night from his hospital bed in Lexington, Ky., where he is confined with a slipped disc. Bryant was receiving $15,000 annually (at Texas A&M. 10 8 OPEN WEDNESDAY 'TIL 5P.M. PURDUE CHEERLEADER LAFAYETTE, Ind., Dec. — Berl J. (Bucky) Grant, 1211 North Street, Logansport, Indiana, a sophomore in the School of Mechanical Engineering, has been . selected as one of four new cheerleaders completing a squad of ten, at Purdue University. Grant is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and is active as a radio actor on WBAA, "The Voice of Purdue," student radio station. 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