Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 10, 1957 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Monday, June 10, 1957
Page:
Page 14
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 14 article text (OCR)

Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune AII-StarGrid Rosters Set By Lambeau CHICAGO (UP) — The 1957 College All Stars already include 47 football stars from 34 universities across the nation. All Stars Coach E.L. (Curly) Lambeau announced the 47 during the weekend. He said all have accepted bids to play in the annual All Star game against the New York Giants, last year's professional champions. Lambeau, noting that last year's college squad held 51 men, said he still might name a few additional players. The game is scheduled for Aug. 9. The announced All Star roster: Ends: Brad Bomba, Indiana; Jack Johnson, Miami; Steve Junker, Xavier; Ron Kramer, Michigan; Lamar Lundy, Purdue; Tom Maentz, Michigan; and Joe Walton, Pitt. Tackles and guards: John Barrow, Florida; Wayne Bock, Illinois; Sam De Luca, South Carolina; John Gordy, Tennessee; Henry Jordan, Virginia; Earl Leggett, LSU; Don Owens. Mississippi Southern; Jim Parker, OSU; Mike Sandusky, Maryland; Vine* Scor sone, Pitt; George Strugar, Washington; Dalton Truax, Tulane; Carl Vereen, Georgia Tech; and Paul Wiggin, Stanford. Centers: Joe Amstutz, Indiana; Milte Hudock, Miami; John Matsko, MSU; Jerry Tubbs, Oklahoma; ad Wilson Whitmire, Navy. Quarterbacks: John Brodie, Stanford; Len Dawson, Purdue; Jim Harris, Oklahoma; Paul Hornung, Notre Dame; Ronnie Knox, UCLA; and Ken Ploen Iowa. Halfbacks: Jon Arnett, USC; Billy Ray Barnes, Wake Forest; Terry Barr, Michigan, Jim Brown, Syracuse; Tom McDonald, Oklahoma; Clarence Peaks, MSU; Jim Podoley, Central Michigan; Jim Ridlon, Syracuse; Del Shofner, Baylor; Ed Sutton, North Carolina; and Abe Woodson, Illinois. Fullbacks: Don Bosseler, Miami; Paige Cothren, Mississippi; John Pardee, Texas A&M; and Don Shinnick, UCLA. State Toll For Weekend Stands At 6 Two Pedestrians Among Those Who Met Death in Hoosier Traffic Accidents By UNITED PRESS At least six persons, including two pedestrians, were killed on Indiana's streets and highways during the .weekend. It was one of the state's safest weekends in months. Four of the six were killed Saturday, one died Friday night and only one Sunday. There were no multipledeath accidents for the first time in several weeks. The two pedestrians were Thomas Lee Jones, 8, Cedar Lake, and Jack Bills, 32, Brookston. The Jones boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Donoho, died in St. Margaret's Hospital at Hammond Saturday night, several hours after he was struck by a car as he walked along a road near his home. Bills was killed ^Sunday by a hit-run vehicle as he filled his car with gasoline along Ind. 43 south of Brookston. Robert Eads, 33, Bloomington, was killed Saturday when his car went out of control on Ind. 46 ( near Terre Haute. His brother, i Roy, 25, was injured. j A two-car collision on Ind. '61 least of Vincennes Saturday killed 'Hallie William Wilkes, 75, Velpen. Authorities scheduled an autopsy to determine if Wilkes died of a heart attack prior to the accident. Herman Brunst, 44, Ladoga, was killed Saturday when a car in which he was riding hit a culvert on a county road near Crawfordsville. Injured critically was Charles Newby, 41, also of Ladoga, driver of the car. Edwin Hudson, 19, Bristol, was the first fatality of the weekend. He was killed late Friday night when his car skidded north oE Middlebury and rolled over an embankment. Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. Palmer Wins Golf Playoff AKRON, Ohio (UP) — Arnold Palmer gave Doug Ford the nod as "the man to watch fa the National Open" this week after beating Ford on the sixth hole of a sudden death playoff Sunday to win the Rubber City Open golf tournament. Ford shot a 65 to catch Palmer at 272 after 72 holes and sent the $22,000 tourney into extra holes. However, Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., sank a 20-yard chip shot for a birdie-three on the sixth to take the title. Dow Finsterwald of Tequesta, Fla., was third with 275, after tieing for the lead on the second and third days, and Bill Trombley, a Dallas club pro on the circuit for nine months, ranked fourth with 278. "Ford is driving and putting well," Palmer said. "I have to pick him as the man to watch in the Open." As for himself, Palmer thought his own putting "weak," and planned to spend the next three days at Toledo practicing on the greens before the National Open gets underway Thursday. Ironically, it was a bad putt by Ford on the second extra hole that saved Palmer. Ford needed a 2'A-foot putt for a birdie four, but misjudged a dip in the green and the ball rimmed the cup. The two finalists halved the next three holes and,Palmer went ;over the '460-yard sixth with his second shot. Ford was on the green in three, 30-feet from the pin. With his ball lying on the smooth grass just- off the green, Palmer elected to chip with a seven iron rather than putt. The ball rose slightly, bounced and rolled into the cup. Sport Parade By OSCAR FRALEY. United Press Sports. Writer ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. (UP) —A chubby little man who needed four years to conquer his fears proved his class and his courage to the motorboat world today. ' "I was so scared one time that I quit for four years," 33-year-old Bob Jacobson of Flint, Mich., admitted as he hauled himself out of his sleek craft named "Jumpin 1 Jake" after himself. "I took a spill at Saginaw and the propellers of the other boats shredded my life jacket." But "Jake" proved he has conquered his fears Sunday as he won the fourth annual Mennen 1,000 island 100 - mile' international outboard marathon on the bright blue waters of the St. Lawrence River. He did it in thrilling fashion, jumping out in front of the record number of 130 starters as the gun went off and holding the lead, all the way- through the bright sunshine which bathed the island-dotted waterway. Only 5-feet-6 and 145 pounds, the tiny man with the little moustache also showed he had the endurance of a champion as he knelt on his knees throughout that 1 hour and 51 minute grind over the wind-riffled waters. "I wear adhesive tape patches over my knees and then put basketball kneepads over that," he grinned, hoisting one watersoaked Ipantleg. "They get a bit sore but you have to expect that." I Jacobson has been racing "steady" for four years and fin' ished second tn this Kentucky „. , ... . . , ,,u ,.„„,.,„, Derby of outboard competition| Onoles [ " st trtp ° E thg season ' last year. "I had to win this one," he said, looking back into the past. Kell Beaned By Donovan CHICAGO (UP) — The Baltimore Orioles headed for Detroit today without the services of third baseman George Kell and outfielder .Tito Francotia after both suffered injuries in Sunday's double victory over the league-leading Chicago White Sox. Kell, a ^-year-old, veteran, was in Mercy Hospital with a brain concussion and a possible skull fracture, and Francona, 24, was out with a fractured bone in his left band. Dr. John Claridge, Sox team physician, said a look at X-rays today would reveal whether Kell's injury was serious enough to sideline him for any length of time. As for Francona, Claridge said (he fracture—in the metacarpal bone from his 'index finger to his wrists-would keep him out of ac- CRITICIZE BRITAIN NEW YORK (UP) — The Com- mil'.ee of One Million, a group opposing the admission of Communist China into the United Nations, charged today that the British decision to increase trade with Red China was a step towards "strengthening the aggressive power of the Peiping regime." Major League Leaders National League G. ABR. 47 182 27 '47 193 27 32 128 16 42 172 Zl 48 153 32 American League 44 151 31 48 185 35 48 161 42 47 147 29 47 165 30 Player'& Club Hodges, Bkn. Musial; St. L. Groat, Pitts. Fondy, Pitts. Bailey, Cinci. Williams, Bost. Fox, Chi. Mantle, N.Y. Boyd, Balti. Wertz, Cleve. H. Pet. 66 .363 69 .358 45 .352 60 .349 51 .333 59 .391 67 .362 57 .354 48 .327 53 .321 Home Runs National League — Aaron, Braves 15; Musial, Cards 12; Sauer, Giants 11; Moon, Cards U; (Five tied with 10 apiece). American League — Mantle, Yanks 14; Williams, Red Sox 13; Jon for possibly a month. Fran- Zernial, Athletics 12; Sievera, Sen- cona broke the bone in trying to ators 12; _S k i z a s , Athletics 9; field a hit by Nellie Fox in the second inning of Sunday's second game. Kell was hit in the head by Skowron, Yanks 9. Runs Batted In National League — Musial pitcher Dick Donovan in the second inning of the second game. The pitch struck Kell just below the hairline on his forehead, dented his plastic batting helmet and bounced at least 20 feet into the infield. Kell lay motionless in the batter's box for five minutes but did not lose consciousness. He was taken off the field on a stretcher and rushed to a hospital. Kell was out for several days after Steve Gromek of the Tigers felled him at Delroit during the WALTHER LEAGUERS MEET VALPARAISO (UP)--More than "Sure, I've won some others, but this was the big one." First place in the CU class, or second division of the race, went to Jim Burnham, a switchman on the Nickel Plate Railroad, A former paratrooper in the Polish army, he lives in Conneaut, Ohio. food the Classified Ads 50 Wallher Leaguers from the United Stales and Canada begin a four-day briefing session at Valparaiso University Tuesday in a special institute in Che school's summer program. The U. S. armed forces expect their peacetime requirements for jet fuel to exceed 14 million g Ions daily by 1965. lards Hoak, 45; Aaron, Redlegs 38; Braves 40; Furi'.lo, 'Dodgers 33; Robinson, Redlegs 33; Bell, Redlegs 33. American League—Sievers, Sen- Will Demand Deportation CHICAGO (UP) — Paul (The Waiter) Ricca, reputed heir to the late Al Capone's crime syndicate, today faced deportation to his native- Italy. Federal District Judge Walter J. LaBuy late Saturday revoked the U.S. citizenship of Ricca on grounds he gave false information in his application for naturalization. Asst. U.S. Atty. John Bickley said he will ask LaBuy Tuesday to demand that Ricca surrender his naturalization certificate. However, Ricca, who once served a prison sentence for attempted extortion in the motion picture industry, was expected to appeal LaBuy's ruling. The government, which has been seeking to deport Ricca, contended Ricca concealed his conviction on two murders committed in Italy when he took out his citizenship papers. LaBuy also ruled Hurt Ricca was in contempt of court for failing to provide adequate answers to government questions about his true in which to answer the contempt citation. ators 40; Wertz, Indians 39; Minoso, White Sox 35; S k o w r o n,;. identity. Ricca was given 10 days Yanks 34; Mantle, Yanks 33. ' ' ' Pitching Sanford, Phils 7-1; Acker, Red- legs 6-1; Shantz, Yanks 6-1; Pierce, White Sox 10-2; Bunning, Tigers 5-1; Schmidt, Cards 5-1. LAWYER BECOMES DENTIST BLOOMINGTON (UP)—A Law- yer'became a dentist today. Harrison Lawyer, Bloomington, received a degree as doctor of dental surgery at the Indiana University commencement. DICE DUEL FATAL • INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — James W. Kinnbrew, 39, Indianapolis, was shot to death Saturday night in a shotgun-revolver duel during an argument in an alley dice game. John Rippy, 37, Indianapolis, was held on charge of murder. a preliminary New French Cabinet May Include Mollet PARIS (UP)—Radical Premier Maurice Bourges-Manoury plans a cabinet that will include many ministers of the ousted Guy Mollet government but will put them in different jobs, political leaders said today. Bourg-es-Manoury, who was himself defense minister under Mollet, has kept his cabinet list secret. He expects to present it to the National Assembly for a confidence vote Wednesday. His chances for success appeared good. Political observers said it appeared he had lined up enough support to end the 3-week- old government crisis. LUE SUNOCO Have Three Months' Income Saved for "Standby Protection" Savings equal to three months' income will tide you over moat financial crises—so say financial experts. With this as your goal, save part of each paycheck at First Federal. Star small, if you like. As little as $5 or $10 will do. Liberal earnings paid on dollars saved here will help you enjoy that "comfortable feeling" quickly. And your funds are insured- safe, too. Start today with a vi#lt to First Federal! No Safer Plato for Your Savings MOTOR FUELS annum Anticipated Raid Jun. 30, 1957 More Convenient Hours to Serve You . .. Monday thru Friday 9:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m.- J Friday Evo. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAY A GREAT NEW HIGH OCTANE MOTOR FUEL BLUE SUNOCO 240 for HIGHEST COMPRESSION CARS An Additional Higher Octane Companion to famous Premium Quality Blue Sunoco The first step toward Sunoco's revolutionary custom-blending system of motor fuels tailored at the pump to the specific needs of every car ASK FOR THEM BY NUMBER NEW BLUE SUNOCO 240 for Highest Compression cars FAMOUS BLUE SUNOCO 200 STILL Premium Quality STILL at Regular Price SUM 014 CQMPAHV. M.U.J.Ipklo 3. f». KAOIO WIWS "S«n.w »•»** M»»dw U M-ton, "•*•. 314 Fourth Street Your proarwsivo savinai Initiation at the timo and temperature lign ASSETS OVER 1114 NWU.ION DOtLAdS Courtland (Cort) Pherson Sunoco Service Wo Give Top Value Stamps Mark*t and Brown Street, Logansport Don Dawson Sunoco Service John Luzadder, Mgr. We Glvo Top Value Stamps Market A 22nd Streets, Logansport • Donald M.Boxell and Gene Donato's Sunoco Service We Giv» Top Value Stamp* W«»t at Junction 24 and 35 announces, \ with pride Stardust a new design in STERLING IM 'Set your tnblr wild STAH-; 'DUST — the dlcrliiiK of love*-' .ly illusion—twinkling s!nr». /.. . sparkling diamonds ,. ^ springtime HOWLTH ... A ,dclicnl«, slim-lhroiiletl look, ly«l strong willi luxurious, 'soliil-nilver weight, uculpo lured irtr hiinuly . .j. bnl-/ /incccl hum! comfort.» Sin-Pier.! l'iJr,n-Scil(ln|c Plnco Knife and fork, PlncK Spoon, litflapuon, Salad Fork, and Sptendor red. l»i Incl. See Stardust Whore Quality Roigni Supromtj On Market Sir col

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page