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Bight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Monday Evening, December 9, J957. List 48 Games On Busy Area Cage Schedule Tourneys Set at Fulton and Akron Royal Center Invades Monticello and Loganberries Play Host to Frankfort Hot Dogs. The busiest schedule of the 195758 basketball campaign looms this week for Logansport area quintets, boo.'ced to encounter a minimum of 48 games, including tournaments at Fulton and Akron. Sharing the spotlight with the Nor;h Central conference attraction at Berry Bowl matching the Berries and Frankfort Hot Dogs Friday will be Royal Center's invasion of Monticello for against the Tioga Indians. Royal Center is unbeaten in six starts, while Monticello lost its unblemished record over the weekend at Plymouth. But the Tiogans recovered Saturday night to stop the Delphi Oracles. 1 The Loganberries welcome the opportunity to try Frankfort on the home boards, hoping to avenge a 57-55 setback handed out by the Hot Dogs last year at Howard Hall. Peru will offer a top-notch midweek attraction when the Marion Giants of the NCC tangle with the Tiger aggregation Wednesday. Camden's Red Devils have carded a pair of formidable foes this week, entertaining the Galveston Cardinals Tuesday and traveling to Wolcott for a Midwest conference battle Friday. Winamac takes on a veteran North Judson Bluejay outfit in an important Tuesday clash and returns home Friday to host Attica Ramblers in a Hoosier conference meet. Flora does double duty playing Burnettsville at home Tuesday and going to Eastern Friday. Rochester has a single date Friday against Plymouth, while two Fulton county rivals—Kewanna and Grass Creek —are poised for their Friday clash in the Panthers' gym. Three Cass county schools — Hetea, Twelve Mile and Lucerne will join forces with the Fulton Bulldogs to stage the annual Fulton four-way tournament. There will be two games Friday night ar.d two final contests on Saturday night. A split tourney at Akron will involve four Miami county ball clubs, including Mexico, Chili, Deedsvillc arid Gilead. The meet, conducted on a blind draw basis shortly before the first game, opens Thursday night and concludes Saturday evening. The complete Logansport area schedule is as follows: Tuesday Winamac at North Judson New Waverly vs. Young America at Galveston Galveston at Camden Eurnettsville at Flora Mavffle at Star City Chalmers at Wadena Bichland' Center at Tippecanoe Aubbeenaubbee Tp. vs. Pulaski at Winamac Monterey at Grovertown Francesville at Knox Wednesday Marion at Peru Cutler at Little Jeff Sugar Creek at Deer Creek Pine Tp. at Reynolds San Pierre at Medaryville Thursday Tourney at Akron (Chili, Deedsville, Mexico, Gilead) Friday Frankfort at Logansport Washington Tp. at Burnettsville Royal Center at Monticello New Waverly at Pulaski Tipton Tp. at Sharpsville Galveston at Burlington Young America vs. Jefferson Tp. at Kempton Camden at Wolcott Flora at Eastern Monitor at Cutler Francesville at Monon Reynolds at Remington Buffalo at Battleground a tiff Chalmers vs. Earl Park at Pine Tp. Klondike at Brookston Kewanna at Grass Creek Richland Center at West Tp. Clay Tp. at Akron Aubbeenaubbee Tp. at Monterey Plymouth at Rochester • Attica at Winamac Tourney at Fulton (Twelve Mile, Metea, Lucerne. Fulton) Saturday Tourney at Fulton (Finals) Tourney at Akron (Finals) Klondike at Delphi Deer Creek vs. Idaville at Burnettsville INDIANA BASKETBALL COLLEGE Tennessee Sewanee 40 Notre Dame 75 Wisconsin 53 Purdue 76 Missouri 49 Kansas State 66 Indiana 61 21 Teams Risk Pefecf Slates Central, Madison Head Major Clubs INDIANAPOLIS (WP)— Defending state champion South Bend Central and Madison today headed 21 major unbcatens into another hectic week of Indiana high school basketball warfare with about half a dozen clubs risking their perfect status. The South Benders should have no trouble registering their 35th consecutive victory and fifth this season at East NI'HSC foe Goshen Friday. Seven-game winder Madison likewise was favored over Madison the same night, but the records of such outfits as Evansville Lincoln, Gary Emerson, Lafayette, Indianapolis Shortridge, Terre Haute Gar-field and Vincennes appeared in jeopardy. Lincoln clashes with city foe Central Tuesday. Emerson tangles with Gary Roosevelt the same night and is at West N'lHSC rival Lafayette risks its mart, at North Central Conference foe Anderson | to start too! Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY Berries Don't Panic Easily It's always gratifying to win the first one that pushes your team off in the right direction in the difficult North Central conference competition. That sentiment is echoed by everybody connected with the Logansport basketball setup . . . But it's like "icing on lhe cake" when the victim is Central of Muncie. For Logansport athletic teams don't whip the Bearcats into line very often m any sporting activity . , . The basketball record has been particularly in the red with only two triumphs in lhe last 14 years. •a * * Berry fans had better become accustomed to frenzied finishes such as they saw Friday night. This crop of Berries obviously doesn't panic easily. They'll make some mistakes and stumble around for a lime, but don't write them off until the final horn . . . Have you ever seen a youngster with more ice water in his veins than Ronnie Jones at the free throw line during clutch situations? . . . That certainly was one with 46 seconds left and the score tied 69-all. But Ron calmly converted his sixth and seventh free toss without a miss to clinch It. » * . Cuppy Hits Nine in Row Gophers Top Big 10 Clubs Illini, Purdue, Iowa Win Pair Colts, Lions, 49ers Tie For Western NFL Lead i- a! , ma ,•„<„ <(,„ «i,,v,i teams into the third Cleveland, as Eastern Division Winner, May Have to Wait to Learn Title Game Foe. Cleveland is ready to play the lit previous games on (he West 1957 National Football League Coast. championship game bul lhe De-: If all the Western leaders win week of t ro jt Liens, San Francisco 49ersjnext Sunday, a series of playoffs warm - up aclivily against non- an d Baltimore Colts are lied for]will force postponemenl of lhe, league foes. lhe western Division lead. It may | championship game from Dec. 29 The conference as a whole was b e 1953 before they unlanglc and ; to Jan. 5. The Browns will warm batting .667 against the opposition, i provide a title rival for the U p for the title game by visiting winning 14 and losing 7. No thanks : Browns. ; lhe Gianls next Sunday, was due to either Indiana or Ohio Here's how the weekend action League standings State who combined to add four'gave the Browns the llth division Eastern Division losses to the slate. !fjti e ;„ their 12-year history and w L 7 »„; The Buckeyes and the Hoosiers ] e ft half the Western Division /-Vvplaml s 2 1 failed for the second time Satur- c ] u bs tied for firsl. - ,^ v vnrk 740 550 day night to live up to the ad- —The Browns, enjoying the type .800 vance billing as Big Ten cage O f good fortune that helped build ...,,„.„„.,.„ powers. Ohio State lost, 77-73, in pro football's finest record, won'",,„"'!S', 1 an overtime session to Butler, and ; the Eastern crown for the sev- li,,:"!:;,„ r l r Larry Cart is (he same way. Nothing seems to bother him wheni pandemonium takes over the Berry Bowl . . . Billy Cuppy is another sharpie from the 15-foot stripe. He pitched through nine in a row and his contributed to the Berry cause amounted to 13 points . . . Reliefer John Gibson acts like he wants a starting job. His latest bid included !he Hoosiers dropped their second; onth lime in eight tries w: straight in losing, 68-61, lo Kansas ' watching television Saturday at : Chicago Cards b •4 6 1 470 280 .MO .400 .364 .200 six baskets and a free toss Coach Jim Jor.'es welcomes competi- , because Jim Moss and Larry Jones want Evansville 105 Western Kentucky j unbeatens: Friday. Shortridge invades Kokomo Saturday, the same night Garfield is at Vincennes. The latter also has a Southern Conference date at New Albany Friday. The Unbeatens Meanwhile, here are the major Butler 77 Ohio State 73 overtime | Indiana Central 87 Concordia 29! Indiana State 81 Concordia of St. I Louis 63 St. Joseph's 64 Valparaiso 56 DePauw 59 Western Reserve 39 Dayton 58 Ball State 41 Earlham 60 Bunker Hill AFB 515 Wabash 69 Beloit 65 Eureka 74 Rose Poly 63 Franklin 108 Oakland City 104 overtime Huntington 86 Giffin 69 Vincennes 80 Campbellsvflle, Ky., JC 71 Manchester 87 Taylor 78 Hanover 74 Villa Madonna 67 Bliss 98 Indiana Tech 84 Anderson 95 Eastern Illinois 8:2 Seven games—Madison. Five games—Fort Wayne South. Four games—Indianapolis Tech, | Lafayette, Elkhart, South Bend 1 Centra], Fort Wayne Central, Indianapolis Cathedral. I Three games — Jeffersonville, Clinton, Evansville Bosse, Vincennes, Hammond Tech, Indianapolis Shortridge. Two games—Terre Haute Garfield, Evansville Memorial, Reitz and Lincoln, Gary Emerson, Indianapolis Ripple. HIGH SCHOOL Mishawaka 52 Indianapolis Attucks 50 overtime Indianapolis Manual 72 Indianapolis Sacred Heart 26 Indianapolis Scecina 79 Warren Central 72 Indianapolis Shortridge 64 Richmond. 51 Lawrence Central 54 Batesville 34 Beech Grove 57 Indianapolis Deaf School 53 , Fort. Wayne Concordia 42 Fort Wayne Catholic 40 Fort Wayne North 53 Auburn 43 Inexpei'ience proved cosily to Muncie Central, whose lineup includes only one senior—guard Charles Joris. The Bearcats will improve and should be rougher customers by tournament time ... A starts, although _the i lew errant passes, however, hurt the Loganberry cause and .presented idle Saturday night. Muncie with at least two field goals . . . Ron Bonham, the sensational Bearcat sophomore center, picked off 28 points in his NCC debut. A couple of these were the easy variety right under the basket, when ! " raa y State. Detroit as the Pittsburgh Slcelcrs Western Division W L Both get their next chance for I eliminated the New York Giants,: Baltimore Lions Beat Cleveland a victory Saturday when the 21-10. IToosiers travel to Missouri and the Buckeyes play host to the Texas Aggies in an afternoon TV tilt. ed Cleveland a 20-7 defeat Sunday. Michigan State, picked to battle New York's hopes of retaining the it out with Ohio State and Indiana 'league and Eastern division titles i San Francisco | Detroit —Pittsburgh did the Browns a I 1 - 0 ? Angeles big favor because the Lions hand-; c _! llcag °, Bears Green Bay T J'ct. 7 4 0 .636 740 .636 740 ,6.16 560 560 380 .455 .455 .279 x-Clinchcd Eastern Division Title Today's Results: in the upcoming campaign, closed iwould have been alive if it had Detroit 20 Cleveland 7 the week with two victories in two ! won at Pittsburgh. Chicago Bears 14 Chicago Cards 6 Berry defenders lost thsir men farther out on the court, * * * Muncie Coach John Longfellow was an active little man all evening. He was up and down, then off the bend and out on the floor ... It was the same story last week with the Fort Wayne Central coach. And through all the excitement of his first North Central conference couching assignment, the Berries' Jim Joiics •was able to contain himself smack on the home team bench. * * * .Only One Road Trip The Berries' December "road" schedule is about as soft as one can imagine. Their only trip away from the friendly Berry Bowl boards is listed at Peru on Tuesday, December 17 ... The rest of the home card features Frankfort this Friday and Elkhart the following starts, although the Spartans were; —Three hours later Sunday at Washington 42 Philadelphia 7 idle Saturday night. ! San Francisco, rookie John Brodie San Francisco 17 Baltimore 13 Minnesota made it three straight passed 14 yards to Hugh McElhen- Los Angeles 42 Green Bay 17 by defeating Vanderbilt, 89-85, Sat- j ny in the last 46 seconds to give Pittsburgh 21 New York 10 (Saty. urday behind the sharpshooting of i the 49ers a 17-13 Iriumph over lhe Next Satuday's Games f/iT'ui'ji'rlc' /"! n/\i»rf A liTlivi A n «J r» ~., I fiill r TVi s f tnii/»Virfrt\tm t rtcc nrn_ f*h\n*nin r'orrlc ^! TJlii'l aHs>1nhi!t forwards George Kline and Ron!Colts. That touchdown toss pro- Chicago Cards at Philadelphia Johnson who bagged 26 points 'dueed the three-way tie because Next Sunday's Gain<-'s apiece. The Gophers are not tfaltimore started lhe day leading Baltimore al Los Angeles scheduled for action again until i Detroit and San Francisco by a ' Cleveland al New York Dec. 20" when they compete in Ken- j game. Detroit at Chicago Bears tucky's tournament. Two also-rans who will play i'ey Green Bay al San Francisco Illinois, Purdue and Iowa each '• roles in next Sunday's regular sea- Pittsburgh at Washington chalked up their second win Sat-json windups scored victories in' urday. ! Sunday's other games. The Los : CrOW Gains Still A balanced scoring assault led i Angeles Rams warmed up for Bnl-1 by John Paul and Don Ohl, each limore's visit by whipping the Another VJNU Honor Five others bit the dust for the week December 20, h addition to the holiday tournament involving ami jowa s sopnomore center L irst time last Saturday, among Kokomo, Flora and Monticello. ry Swift pumped in 27 points hem well-regarded South Bend " * * i h ^ lp greatly ln th ? H awkeyes' Haute Gerstmeyer, 64-55, for its third in' a row. Charlie I-Ia'.l led the Black Cats with 29 points. Valpo was edged by East Chicago Washington, 66-65. Richmond was dumped by Indianapolis Shortridge, 64-51; Aurora blew a four- point lead in the final minute and lost to Connersville, 47-46, and Hammond Clark was trounced by South Bend Washington, 58-45. Indianapolis Altucks dropped its second in a row Saturday in a 52-50 overtime thriller to Mishawaka. The Tigers, idle this week, __ couldn't make an early Id-point Fort Wayne South 81 Huntington ! lead stand up. Dan Praklet hit the 41 vanning bucket. East Chicago Washington 66 Val- ps.raiso 65 Michigan City 75 Gary Froebel. 58 Elkhart 64 Columbus 45 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer K South Bend Adams 555 Hartford City 56 Muncie Burris 38 Connersville 47 Aurora 46 Anderson 73 New Albany 66 Anderson Highland 51 Hancock Central 38 Evansville Central 42 Terre Haute Wiley 38 Jeffersonville 85 Southport 67 Franklin 69 Indianapolis Howe 57' second-place Cincinnati Royals South Bend Washington 58 Earn-i picked up ground by going on a ir.ond Clark 45 Whiting 49 Rensselaer 48 overtime Ellettsville 53 Glenn 50 Kendallville 55 Avilla 35 5 Frankfort 45 Orawfordsville 44 fir them Adams and Valparaiso. Adams lost j vital slalisUcs reveal the Berries and Bearcats all square in the at home to fast-coming Terre' matter of errors. Both were charged with 14 misplays . . . Muncie, sinking 18 -points, produced a 75-70 \ victory for Illinois over DePaul; Bill Greve's 16 points were tops in Purdue's 7(i-49 /out of Missouri, and Iowa's sophomore center Larto 80- St. Louis NBA Lead Cut to Single Game By UNITED PRESS The St. Louis Hawks' eight- game home winning streak was at however, out-rebounded Logansport, 51-41 and caught the locals standing flat-tooted many times in the second half. NFL Sets Fan Mark By UNITED PRESS 63 romp over Arizona. Michigan won its first ;ame of the season with an 81-57 success Green Bay Packers, 42-17. XEW YORK (UP)— John Crow The Chicago Bears, who enter-'of Texas A&M. a rugged all- tain Detroit defeated lhe Cards- around type back coveted by pro nals, 14-6. Don Bosselor piunged football learns, can display brand for three touchdowns and Eddie.new credentials loday as college LeBaron passed for two in a 42-7-football's "Player of the Year" to Washington Redskin romp against pro officials in Chicago and Mont- the Philadelphia Eagies. real. The Forty-Nincrs entertain the Crow was voted (he I9f>7 top in- Packers next Sunday. Of the West- dividual award during the week- Two Drivers Killed In Sports Car Crashes AGOURA, Calif. (UP) — '1Jiu\ Purdue, and Wisconsin travels to over Nebraska, Northwestern wasjern leaders, San Francisco ap-. end in a Unilcd Press nationwide beaten, 71-65, by Kansas and Wis-! pears to have the best chance in,poll of sports writers and broad- consin lost to Notre Dame, 75-53. the finales. The Lions, whose Bob-'casters. Three Big Ten fives play tonight. South Dakota State is at Northwestern, Kansas Stale at men have been killed and a third;St. Louis was near death today as a result j University, of three spectacular racing acci- to meet Washington The National Football League ldents duri the Paramount r p.,,J 110 u n ,, c :-, allracled 261,497 fans to its sixlR anc h sports car races here. ; £. OUr rurau e, nOOSICr on Television by Layne was carried out of lhe The 210-pound Aggie halfback Cleveland clash with a broken from Springhil), La., was an em- right'ankle bone, haven't downed phatic winner in the balloting with the Bears at Chicago since 1953.; 88-first-piace votes. Halfback Wall The Colts have won only one of • Kovralczyk of Michigan State was ' a dislanl second al 25 voles and big Alex Karras of Iowa, previously voted "Lineman of the Year," was third with 21 votes. Crow, who earlier won "Back of Ryff Is Favored to Beat llppolito Again ^ t f weekend games and surged past: j am es Firestone, 29, of Mont-i OOmes On Television N EW YORK <UP>—Lightweight- , Crow ' « rll o earlier won "Back of the attendance mark it set last>rey Park, Calif., was killed in- : CHICAGO (W)-Big Ten Com-Frankie Ryff is favored at 7-5 to i , th f 7f r " "onors. received his According to figures released in jl^ 1 jstantly Sunday in the wind-up missioner Kenneth L. Wilson an ' main evenl of lhe two day racing nounced Salurday that fou;- bas- over Frank fppolito to- Istest honor while he was listen- when Frazer . Nash spu ket ball games involving P-urduc . the press boxes, the 1-2 clubs now out of con trol and crashed into an : and Indiana will be televised on have drawn 2,771,161 to their first 65 games this season. This total includes plenty of complimentary tickets but still figures to contain embankment. George Sherrerd III, 23, Palo Alto, Calif., died at nearby Northridge Hospital Saturday after his Jaguar smashed into a guard rail enough paid customers to pass the m an earlier event, an end loday and their lead in Ihe-il 6 record-attendance ofj,551,263. Western Division of 1 the National " V " The 1-2 clubs have seven more regular season games. Sunday's crowds: Rams - Packers at Los Angeles, 70-572; 49ers- Cplts at San Francisco, 59,686; Lions - Browns at Detroit, 55,418; Bears-Cartiinals at Chicago, 34,745; Redskins - Eagles at Wash- third period scoring splurge to de-1 ington, 21,304. The Steelers and feat the Philadelphia Warriors, 99- j Giants played in the rain before °" -* "'—-'• — c: '19,772 Saturday at Pittsburgh. Sunday's San Francisco and Detroit games were sellouts. Basketball Association was down to one game. The Hawks' skein was snapper! by the New York Knickerbockers Sunday, 113-MO. Meanwhile, the at Cincinnati. 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