Eighteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, December 5, 199T. Muncie Opens Berries' NCC Net Season Friday Conference Rivals Stray Slants On Sports BTt JOHN Wilt Nets 32 In Kansas Win Kentucky Bailies To Top Ohio State Kansas and Kentucky, two of the top five teams in college basket,. ,- , - - . ball, breathed a bit easier today zany evening, made particularly tense because of the "sudden death'" with 2 . 0 recor[ i s two more days situation . . . And everybody concerned hopes the teams quit playing : ot rest an $ thanks for their tall Confusion Reigns at Richmond Talk about your goofy goings-on! Richmond fans are still shaking their heads about the maze of confusion vrtiieh enveloped Civic Hall during the Red Devils' 53-51 double overtime squeaker over Burris of Muncie . . . Paul Flatley's jump shot from the circle ended the with the correct score entered in the record books. Officials whistled 41 errors on both teams, but the players weren't the only ones hobbling. Scorerii called time out in the fourth period to determine the exact score . . . Then the Scoreboard clocks wouldn't operate ar.d nobody on the floor knew how much time remained ... At last, the climax, much to ihe embarrassment of Richmond center Dick Goins. Confused after a Muncie foul attempt, he batted a rebound shot through the wrong basket, bringing Burris to within a point ot the Red Devils at 43-42 ... In Coins' defense, however, he picked off 15 of Richmond's 43 rebounds and counted 15 points to share scoring honors with Larry Shook. Clash at Berry Bawl fwo New Coaches Hopeful of Successful Beginning in Tough Athletic League; Bearcats Still Undefeated. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Logansport Pos. Muncie Central LHS Wrestlers Open Tonight Locals Appear At West Lafayette Loganspot high school's first Larry Jones (5-11) . .F Don Van Dyke (6-0) Jim Moss (6-2) F Dave Hofheinz (6-0) Ron Jones (6-5) C. boys. Kansas, ranked second to North .Carolina nationally in the pre-season ratings of the United Press ; Board of Coaches, had its troubles 'before seven-foot Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain led a second - half : rally Wednesday night for a 66-46 victory over Canisius. Fifth - ranked Kentucky, outscored from the floor, paralyed backboard control and accurate, free throw shooting into a 61-54jtral of Muncie basketball attraction. Ron Bonham (6-3) Larry Carl (5-11) G.... Bernard Anderson (5-9) Billy Cuppy (5-9) G. . . . Charles Joris (5-7) GAME DATA—"B" team preliminary at 6:45 p.m.; Varsity at 8:15 p.m. Officials—Charles Timmons (Redkey) and Bill May (Hag.erstown). Two new coaches, struggling for a place in the North Central conference sun, step into their major league debut Friday night at Berry Bowl, scene of the Logansport-Cen- Berries First Muncie Tesr John Longfellow, the young man who s'.epped into Jay McCroary's large coaching shoes at Muncie Central, expressed both pleasure and surprise at the Bearcats' early success of three straight victories triumph ; IHh-ranked Ohio State. ; Kansas, Ihe Big Eight defcnd- |ing champion and 1957-58 favorite, outscored the visitors 16-3 in the 'vreslling team was set to invade West Lafayette tonight for its mat debut under the direction of Coach Joe Patacsil, a former N'CAA champion while at Purdue. The match, scheduled at 7 will be the first of three before the Berries open at home December 17 against Madison Heights of Anderson. Area Cage Results METEA LfCKS WAVERLY TWELVE MILE—Metea's Hornets bounced back into the victory column here Wednesday night with some deadly shooting from far and near to down the spirited New Waverly Wildcats G8 to 42. The Hornets led at each quarter 18-11, 35-22 and 45-32 before hurrying to victory. Balanced scoring turned the trick for the Melea club as Bob Wagoner hit 18, Gene Moss evening and except for a scoring drought late in the second period and for much of the third could have made it a real bailie. Riley's height and heavier load of lalent finally told Ihe difference. The Poets led 11-6. 20-9 and 32-14 at the quarters before the Saints got busy in the final quarter and outscored the Poets 15-S. Paul Hipsher ,tall center for Riley was the leading man for the Jim Jones will direct the Loganberries, who won two:at 133 pounds. of their three non-conference appearances. Central of Fort Also: Junior Billy Rozzi at 130 The 12 varsity performers in-; Only lwo >;ew Waverly players dude: Sophomore Ron Shoemak-1 were a b le to score in double fig- er at 95 pounds; Junior Buddy Moore at 103 pounds; Sophomore Bob Collins at 112 pounds; Freshman Ron Hedge at 120 pounds; Junior Phil McClintock at 128 pounds; Junior Courtney Justice 16, Carl Fowler 15 and Fred Price; winners with 14 points but he got plenty of assistance from Wes 10 points in the barrage. Wayne provided the blemish. John Longfellow will bring the unbeaten Bearcats to Berry Bowl, hot on the trail of berlain scored 32 points, 20 in the building season for Muncie, but Longfellow is quick to point out, however, that his club hasn't had.firsl nine minules of Ihe second [Victory No. 4. a real test yet. "We'll get a battle at Logansport Friday night." half behind ils fast break. Cham-' This was supposed Lo be a re- ward ; Ron Jones at center; Larry Cart and Billy Cuppy at the. guard posts. Reserves Work Hard A pair of juniors — Jim Sweel and Tom Hayward—displayed impressive practice form this week and may see action along with John Gibson and Jim Fiedler, the two senior relief performers. Bearcat scouts were reported disappointed in the Berries' 71-56 loss second half. at Fort Wayne Central last week. Muncie spies saw little of the; Kentucky Comes From Behind regular Logansport offense-since Fort Wayne employed a zohe defense i ohio State outscored visiting! ticipated. Muncie retains that air Longfellow may shoot the Purple I upwards a little sooner than an- all the way . . . Longfellow impressed on his squad the fact that the Kentucky by one field goal. How- Berries are a veteran outfit who will be playing on their home floor. He's hoping the Bearcats can do a creditable job in this conference opener . . . Muncie did extra free throwing Monday night. Longfellow wants no repetition of 11 hits and 19 misses from the charity line as was the case against North Side. • Miller Wanderings Over? The puzzling case of Ken Miller, a (i-2 senior athlete, whose wanderings took him from Wabash to Rochester and back to Wabash since the opening of the fall school team, appears to be ended . . . Zebra Coach Paul Rockwell told this writer that Miller, who wasn't happy at Rochester, hud moved back to Apache land with his mother this week . . . Miller missed two days of school last week, probably planning future action and was suspended from the team. Officials reinstated him before the Logansport game and he performed against his former coach, Jim Jones. Rockwell revealed Miller would be eligible to don an Apache uniform upon clearance of the official school transfer papers ... By coincidence, Rochester and Wabash are booked to clash in a Central Indiana Conference game Friday at. the Zebra gym. But Rockwell doesn't believe Miller can work into the Apache lineup that soon to be used against Rochester The final twist will develop when the Berries invade Wabash January 3, making Miller the, first boy to see action twice against the same team in one season—while wearing different uniforms. Alex Karros Named 1957 Top Lineman — Alex Karras, NEW YORK Iowa's hard - crashing tackle who reduced his way to stardom, was Bowlers Open World's Match Game Tourney CHICAGO (UP)—A field of 224 ever, Kentucky sank 15 of 16 free throws and dominated the boards to overcome a 33-30 halftime deficit. Kansas meets Northwestern Saturday night while Kentucky faces eighth-rankea Temple, the class of the East. Temple's game against LeHigh Wednesday night was canceled because of a snowstorm. The snow also led to cancellation or postponement • of the •Princeton - Lafayette, Villanova- •Gellysburg, Georgetown (D. C.)•Loyola (Md.) and Penn Military- Moravian games. Brown KOs Joey Lopes CHICAGO (UP)—Watchful wait- of confidence every year and is always difficult to surpass on the court. Logansport licked the Bearcats on their last visit to the Bowl two years ago to end a dozen years of basketball frustration. Thi> score of that memorable evening was 75-63, featured by a 32-point contribution from Dalen Showalter. Muncie returned to the driver's seat las; season, trampling the Berries in easy fashion, 7.8-45 at the Bearcat fieldhouse. Starters Depart All of Muncie's starters a year ago have departed for various reasons such as graduation, ineligibility and leaving school to enter service. So new coach Longfellow is working a completely new ball percent tin socking North Side. Even in defeat at Fort Wayne, the Berries were creditable marksmen at 34 percent. Earlier they hit 50 percent at Rochester's expense. Coach Jones was concerned this week about foot blisters -on Ron Jones and Cuppy. He said Jones also is taking treatment for a twisted ankle, suffered late in the Fort Wayne game. as many defenses of the 135-pound ville. He. entered the ball gamcj offi ^ls r or the varsity ata-ac- world championship. [ in the second period.. . . #^ V^^aSuS* dub. Big name so far in Muncie's lineup is a 6-3 sophomore, Roning proved the payoff for Light- me Bonham, who moved into a weight champion Joe'Brown when 1 regular job after hitting 19 points he scored his third knockout in in the 62-57 conquest of Shelby' pounds; Junior Frank Ehase at 145 pounds; Junior Dave Bowles at 154 pounds; Freshman Paul Weiand at 15 pounds; Junior Rex Grant at 175 pounds; and Senior Al Thomas in the heavyweight class. FG FT PF TP Six junior varsity matches will! Totals include the following Berries:' Freshman Mike Berndt at 112 pounds; Sophoinore Louise Dailey ures, Jeff Bowyer scoring 15 and Dick Doran 10 to lead the way. Metea also captured the B team j-ontest 32-27. Summary: New Waverly Carney Mmglin Bowyer D. Anderson Doran R. Anderson Bowman Campbell Rogers 3 1 4 1 3 1 1 0 0 14 Parmeler who had 8 points and Stan Sanders who contributed 6 in a balanced display of shooting. Paul Hayden and Ronnie Coleman hit 7 point? each and Buddy Smith 6 for the Saints best efforts. In Ihe preliminary the Rilcy seventh graders also won 35 to 7 after leading 10-0. 20-2 and 26-6 at the quarter poles. Seventh grade: Rilcy—Thomp- 3 6 3 3 0 15 2 2 'son 6, Kloenne, Kerns 8, Gundrum, 3 10 Stineberger 7, Maroney 2, Caug- 2 i hell 6, Ennis. Lillle. Clark 2, 2 ! Campbell 2, Riggle 2. Saints—Lo- at 120; Junior Ranoe Nethercult al 128; Sophomore Jerry Benn at 133; Junior Bart Swisher at 145; The. .Berries- appear to malch and Sophomore Mike McLochlin in Muncie in the size department for a change, since Bonham's 6-3 is the tallest Bearca-t in the opening lineup. Gary Hensley, a 6-4'/z jun- the heavyweight division. Hall Scores Fifth iii.-cujj. <~rcu y niiiuicj, d u-t'/Z juil- — . f • • • ior substitute, is the biggest boy' Shutout TOT HdWKS on the squad roster. Both teams possess good shooting averages. Muncie fired 43.1 percent at Shelbyville and 36.7 He put full power into no morel Bonham repeated his 19 - point than four punches against challenger Joey Lopes of Sacramento, Calif., but three of them produced knockdowns and the fourth set up | named today by the United Press 'women, will roll on 16 new alleys as college football's "Lineman of i through Dec. 13, when the mara- bowlers, including a formidable, the pre tender for a finishing blow, ist of champions, opened compe-j entod when reteree Joe white Ution today for $30,000 in prizes, give Brown an iath round TKO ?."„„ ^1,,'" „ \ ° A^J ltc j!!triump Wednesday night. _„„_ „ .„„ „ 3 rown| 3^ was a 3.t 0 -i favorite to retain his championship, won Aug. 24, 1956, from Wallace (Bud) Smith, when he stepped into the Chicago's Coliseum. The bowlers, 160 men and the Year" for 1957. The 220-pound steel • tough big fellow from the steel city of Gary, Ind., was an overwhelming choice of sports writers and broadcasters throughout the nation who took part in the voting. Karras received 86 votes to 27 for runnerup Bill Krisher of Oklahoma. or Karras, who has been picked in the National Football League player draft by the Detroit Lions and also has an offer from Winnipeg in Canadian pro football, the honor caps a brilliant career that really got rolling when he took off weight. Here are examples of Karras' outstanding defensive plays: Against Michigan he crashed: through and spilled passer Jim; van Pelt so hard that the ball I squirted loose; Iowa recovered onj the Michigan eight and scored a •key TD in a 21-21 tie. Against Northwestern, he jarred loose another fumble that Iowa recovered and set upt he only score in a 6-0 game. Against Washington State, one of his best games he opened holes tor two touchdovvn thrusts and crashed through to steal the ball from Bob Newman and set up the winning score in a 20-14 game. End Jimmy Phillips of Auburn had 25 votes in the balloting to press Krisher for second place. Lou Michaels of Kentucky was fourth with 20 points and center Dan Currie of Michigan State fifth with 15. j thon E'Vent will end in a final, match game. The final matches will be telecast over an NBC network of 21!i stations on Dec. 13. Champions in the field includd Don Carter, U. S. Match Gam<! titlist from St. Louis; Bob Allen, ABC Singles king from Yonkers, N. Y.; Ronnie Jones and Joe Me: szaros, ABC Doubles me h amp from Akron, Ohio; and Ji-m Sfiald- ing, ABC All-Avents titlist. Among the feminine champion:! ring against Lopes. The victory brought Brown 815,840, of which $12,000 was from television. Lopes collected S9.920. It was Brown's 29th knockout in 92 production the next time out as the Bearcats were poundin;; North Side of Fort Wayne into submission, 69-43. • Since Charles Hinds, one of two senior's on the young squad, is hobbled by an ankle injury, Longfellow figures to start Don Van Dyke', and Dave Hofheinz, both 6-0 juniors at the forward positions. Dave Studebaker, a G-3 junior, is the first relief man up front. Two little guys handle Muncie's backcourt ball handling. They are Charles Joris, the other senior at 5-7%, and Bernard Anderson, a 5-8% junior. Shortridge and Tech ,. , „ . _ T .. n . . n r ri lne expense of Hammond Noll, Kerain rerrecr glares 52-57. shortridge won us second INDIANAPOLIS (UP.) — Ham- game from cily foe Sacred Heart, mond Tech and Indianapolis Short- 61-32, but Wood dropped a 60-51 pro fights, of which he has Logans-port probably will coun- won 67. It was the 14th loss for ;ter ^th'the same lineup that has Lopes in 58 battles. are Marion Ladewig, Women's Match champ from Grand Rapids; Anita Cantaline of Detroit, and Jeannette Grzelak and Nelli Vella of Rockiford, 111., in addition to Mrs. Ladewig. started its previous three contests. Larry Jones and Jim Moss, who •apparently has kicked loose his "football legs", will be at for- Whatever Happened To Whizzer White? By UNITED PRESS In the days when Colorado was struggling for football recognition, Byron (Whizzer) White provided a tremendous boost by winning All- America honors in 1937 and setting a national rushing record of 1,121 yards in '38. He was brilliant in the class room, too, and became a Rhodes scholar. Later, he played three season in the tough National Football League with Pittsburgh and Detroit, winning more acclaim. Whatever happened to Whizzer White? Today he's a successful attorney in Denver, married and the father of a W-year-old future halfback. ROBERT HERR f R. 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By UNITED PRESS The Chicago Black Hawks, who knew they had made a good trade when they got goalie Glenn Hall and wing Ted Lindsay from the Detroir Red Wings during the summer, cashed in again today on the deal. Hall turned in his fifth shutout of the season Wednesday and Lindsay teamed with Nesterenko and Eddie Lilzenberg- er to help defeat the New York Rangers 2-0. The Montreal - Toronto tie left the first-place Canadiens unbeaten in Iheir last six starts and the fourth - place Leafs unbeaten in their last five. The tie .also increased Montreal's lead over second-place New York to four points. Mctca Fowler Paschen F. Price Moss B. Wagoner D. Wagoner A. Price Lynch Totals 0 42 FG FT PF TP 2 |ner, Chisholm, Pfaff 4, Oldham, J. Smith, Conrad 2, Bauer 1, Ma- 6 I 5 6 5 2 0 .0 25 . KEWANNA TRIPS PULASKI KEWANNA—Coach Maurice Tol- hert's Kewanna Indians kept on donna, Mcdland. Eighth grade: L. Parmelcr 2, Walls, Boyer 2, Bauer 4, Wolf, Hipsher 14. Morrical, Clouse 4, W. Parmeler 8, Gaby. Sanders 6. Englebrechl. SainU—P. Haydcn 7, R. Coleman 7. Tuberly 4. Green 2, B. Smith 6, Eagan 3, Burgess, D .Smilh,,O'Connor. . ., , .,, . , evyjniiji. taruii& uiv; ^3» tne winning rail here_Wednesday j mi ilh a ]ate ral]y night by beating the Pu ask! Ycl-j hjng lo a 45 .,. 8 vict , ly\ur To/iljnir *7A f\ *}fi i:n< li 3 fi n/1 . " low Jackets 74 lo 36 with a fine display of goal shooting, topped by Wall Koepcke's 26 points and Bill Inaram's 20. Kewanna led at each quarter! Eric pole 22 " 8 ' 38 " 16 and 62 " 24 - The Ke ' ' wanna reserves also won the opener 59-18. Kewanna—Koebcke 26, Ingram 20, Grube 2, Cox 10. Good 8, D. Worl 2, B. Worl, Hiland 6, Harris. Pulaski—Cloud 4, Weaer 2, Hahn 4, Long 13, Roth 6, Foerg 1. ridge retained their unbeaten status in Indiana high school basketball Wednesday night but Indianapolis Wood suffered its first lumps of the season. Tech made it three" in a row at decision to Indianapolis Scecina. Gary Roosevelt and New Haven pushed their records to 3-1. Roosevelt trimmed Gary Froebcl, POETS BEAT SAINTS Coach Kenny McKeever's Riley Poets eighl grade learn look up where il left off lasl season when, as seventh graders, they were unbeaten in ten starts, sped past the Saints junior high cage team at the "Riley goalry Wednesday night 40 to 29. The Saints, definitely showing signs of improvement under the MILER JUNIORS TRIUMPH Twelve Mile junior high teams defeated the Washington Tp. clubs at the Hatchels gym Wednesday evening, laking the -eserve game and then iclory in the main game. Reserve game: Washington Tp. —Zollman 6, Farris 5, Bowyer 1, Minnick, Lefferl 5, Martin, Raikes 1, Gremelspacher 3. Deeter. Twelve Mile — Wilson 7, Grable 6, Miller 3, Burkhart 2, See, Ulerick 4, Musselman, Dillman; Abbott. Varsity: Twelve Mile — Rudicel 12, Eurit 12, Carlson 5, Grable 2, Winegardner 9, Babb, Miller, Wilson 2, Burkhart 3. Washington Tp. — Deeter 3, Cunningham, Ream 1, Rush, Leffcrt, Cabiness 3, Berkshire 6, Gremelspacher 2, Small 3, Zollman. 71-56, and New Haven grabbed a i able tulelage of Coach Pat Saba- 49-43 contest from Butler. I lini, kept the Riley lads busy all BRAVES SELL KING COLORADO SPRINGS, (UP)—Wichita, of Colo, the American Association, today sold outfielder Charles King to the Fort Worth club ot the Texas League. The 28-year-old athlete played with Atlanta of the Southern Association last year, balling .283. Most original gift of the season World's Leading Whiskey in Seagram's Centennial Luxury Satin Seagram alone performs this gift magic: enveloping the world's leading whiskey in the regal luxury of shimmering red satin. It is the unique and altogether fitting way to give the greatest name in whiskey! Because the gift tells so much about the giver.,. . Give Seagram's and be Sure , 5EACSAM-DISTIUUS COMPANY, NEW YD IK CITY. ItEKDEO WHISKEY. 86 PROOF. 65°/. GRilN NEUTIU iPIIITS.
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