Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 43
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 11, 1957
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Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Area Cage Results FROSH BEAT ROCHESTER Coach Howard Gaiser's Loganberry Frosh Blacks romped to an easy victory over the Rochester yearlings at Rochester Tuesday night 46 to 18 after leading all the way. The Berry regulars Williams 9. Rockfield — Peters 4, V/ilburn, Price 2, Benefield 4, Walters, Martin, Lake, McCarty, R. Simmons, Simmons, Emmet 8, Finser. Varsity: Carrollton—J. Tarkington 3. Williams ]. Robert Hicks 15, built up a huge lead in the first ! p - M y ers 2 - Dwight Pullcn 5, half with the edges of 13-3 at the! Huse *• Brings, R. Grubb, W. quarter and 23-8 at intermission I Hlcks 5 - RockfiaM-Flora 1, Finch- time. Ten in the third period when; el ' 4 ' Starbuck o, Emmit 20, Peters, it began to widen even more Gai- IBenefieW 2 - Price, Walters, Wilser started sending in the si'hs. ;burn. Simmons. The result was for balanced scoring on the part of the Berries, STREAKS WIN AGAIN STAR CITY—Waville's Green Streaks continued to be the surprise team of White Counts' here Tuesday night as they cut loose with a furious fourth quarter scor- •with "Jim Buck" Bender beinj top shooter at 9 points while Bobby Briggs and Mike Huston, the jumping jack center, each had 8. Zent was tops for Rochester with 11 points. The victory kept the Berries in the undefeated class for the early part of the campaign. Summary: Logan Frosh FG FT PF TP Vance Porter Bender Briggs Huston Shook Thomas Wray Schue Modrickcr •Walters Hendricks Baumgartner Totals Rochester Rose Schroder Zent Green Powell Wendler Shuey Rockwell •Mclntyre Moore Knapp Fleck , Totals 1 1 4 4 3 o 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 19 0 0 1 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 FG FT PF TP 0 4 3 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 kle, namesake of the Butler U. coach, led Tipton this time with 16 points. Seventh grade: Tipton Tp—Winn, Lake, Noel, Helvie, Graff, Erbaugh 4, Rush,' King, Gunter 10, Ayers 8, Dutchess 8, Butts, Brown, Hir.kle 2, Snyder, Rowe, Twelve Mile — Wilson 2, Basilio Named Fighter of Year Jack Dempsey Also Honored NEW YOBK (UP) - Carmen Basilio and Jack Dempsey have been unanimously voted boxing's highest awards for 1957. The Boxing Writers' Association . announced today that middle- we 'g ht champion Basilio is "Fight" Babb, Ward. Babb 4, Miller 6, Burkhart 9, See, Musselman, Dillman, Abbott, UI- erick 8. Eighth grade: Tipton Tp.—Hinkle 16,Grant 2, Frantz 8, Widner 2, Wilson, Rush 10, Wolford, Preis. er 4, Lowry, Layman 2, Cook 2. Tkelve Mile—Wingeardner 1 Carl- , son 5, Wilson, Eurit 6, Rudicel I2, i f lented sec ° nd time, and that ex- Year " for an Grable, Miller, Burkhart. JUDSON STOPS VVINAWAC 'NORTH JUDSON—The I!lue;ays halted the Winamac Indians in a fast and hard fought ball game here Tuesday night 63 to 5<1 as four Judson performers hit in double' „'splurge '.hat the Stars couldn't i figures. malch and won a'high scoring 1 The Bluejays trailed thrc.ugh'the. game 76 to 58. Idaville led at the first half by 12-11 and 32-25 at the quarter stops 15-13, 37-28,55-53. Junior Harris poured in 23 Chesterton 59 Hammond Morton 57 Decatur 64 Portland 53 Calumet 74 Dyer 33 Martinsville 61 Shelbyville 60 Scottsburg 51 Vevay 40 Jeffersonville 82 Jasper 69 Wabash. 74 Huntington 47 Evansville Lincoln 42 Evansville Central 41 Huntingburg 53 Evansville Mater Dei 36 Fort Branch 61 Evansville North 37 Otter Creek 64 • Terre Haute Schulte 62 (double overtime) Terre Haute Wiley 60 Sullivan 42- Bloomington U. 38 Bloomfield 34 Washington 70 Bicknell 40 Glenn 94 Clay City 38 West Terre Haute 73 Blackhawk 48 Seymour 74 Brownstown 53 JNoblesville 44 Carmel 4^ Trench Lick 57 Winslow 50 Sorth Vernon 77 Clarksville Providence 53 Oakland City 60 Lynnville 51 Owensville 47 Princeton 40 Rushville 63 Morristown 57 Worthington 60 Dugger 52 heavyweight ruler Dempsey gets the award for "long and meritorious service" to the sport. Thciir plaques will be presented j Micnlgan""city St." "Mary's 75 New ooints, 13 of them on free throws, i.o -lead Idavillc's attack while Russell Shidler hit 24 for the Stars top effort. Star City won the B team contest 41-34. Idaville—J. Harris 23, Cosgray .12, Royer 5, Dilling !), Simmons 12, Marnitz 8, Marvin 7, Geisler. Star City—Wentz 3, lyehroan 8, Ray Brown 13, Sh idler 24, Kough •1, Roy Brown 6. FLORA WHACKS BEES FLORA — The Flora Badgers had on their shooting cloths here Tuesday night as they shipped the Burnettsville Bees in a Ires scor-j ing basketball match 85 to 58. Don I at the writers' annual dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Jan. 14. The Edward J. Neil Memorial Plaque for the person who has contributed most to boxing during the year, but which has become the "Fighter of the Year" award,. was voted to 30-yearv)ld Basilio at I quarter stops, then shot ahead [Tuesday's annual meeting of the. 43-38 at the third period c.'ose and' writers. He had also won that hon Buffalo, Mich., 31 Clinton 72 Terre Haute State 59 Sooner Star Quits For Baseball Offer NORMAN, Okla. (UP) — High' scoring forward Don Schwall of the University o: Oklahoma basketball team qub the team Monday to sign a m.ajor league base-; ball contract. Schwall, a 20-year-old junior from Ypsilanti, Mich., said he had received "substantial" offers from the Pittsburgh Pirates, Philadel- Wednesday Evening, December 11, 19ST. phia Phillies, Boston Red Sox, | said Schwall would sign "today or Kansas City Athletics and Detroit I Wednesday" for $50,000 with th« Tigers. ' A report from an assistant coach at Oklahoma, who asked that his name not be revealed, Pittsburgh club. Read the Classified Ads SILVERPLATED BOWL IN FAMOUS )KW m ROGERS * SILVERPLATE A Product of The International Silver Company, went on to win. Bob Murch of; Winamac and Tolson ol Judson led their teams with 19 poitns each. Winamac won ths B game 36-34. . Winamac—Alexander 12, Hunter, Heinsen 5, Mangold 10. March 19, Depoy 2, Dunlop 6. North Judson— Bogash 7, To'.srm 19, Minnix 14, Podell 13, Arnett 10. Battle Over Sox Stock or in 1955. No one else ever took it twice. Dempsey, now 62, won the Neil plaque in 1938 for his contributions to the sport's welfare that year; and when he was /oted the James J. Walker award Tues'da., for long and meritorious service, he was the second phies. 2ver to win both tro- INDIANA BASKETBALL College Basketball Results East Brown 62 Rhode Island 58 Penn State 47 Carnegie Tech 35 CHICAGO (UP)— Chuck Comis-, Colby 78 Mains €4 ey sought a court order today to St. Bonavenlure 58 LeMoyne CAMDEN WINS CAMDEX—Camden's Red Devils had to uncork a last minute rally to defeat the tall and spirited Galveston Cardinals in a heated basketball battle here Tuesday night 45-44. The game was a nip and tuck thriller from start to finish. CSmden led 14-13 and 28-22 at the first two quarter poles but Galveston shot ahead 36-35 at the end of the third period. With a the balanced scoring oil the Badgers. Crowell and Hines einch hit 14 for the Bees. Flora led each quarter pole 26|J|13, 46-37 and 66-45 before winning. The Flora reserves also won the preliminary 39-37. Burnettsviile—Crowell 14, Parks 11, Hines 14, Stroud' 13, Ridenour 2, Best 2, Elston 2.-- FLora— Oyler 18, Guyer 6, Eikenberry 8, Esserman 16, Driggs 20, Collins 5, Par- 18 rott <J7, Craft. 2, Wagner lendore. Mul- TIPTON JRS. WIN ONWARD—Coach Harlan Bon- force his sister to turn over immediately to him stock in the Chicago White Sox bequeathed to him by his mother. Comiskey asked Probate Judge Robert J. Dunne to order his sister, Mrs. Dorothy Rigney, to turn over to him 1,781 shares of stock from the estate of Mrs. Grace Comiskey* prior to the Dec. 19 meeting of White Sox directors. Ho also asked that should re- cept of the stock be denied, he be granted a proxy to vote the stock in the' directors' meeting, and 'that should both of his requests be denied, that a court or- sett's Tipton Tp. Tigers junior high: der be issued prevenlm. clubs stayed undefeated by win- from voting any stock in Mrs. Co- "•>J- orLe "• ' D , , ^ 2 t „:„,* c tu- _:..ii_ L: it.* miclrov'e n^at'o ! *^« 111 * "' Jl " " iai J J • Fordham 81 Yale 80 Villanova 85 Loyola (Md.) 65 Midwest Bowling Green 82 DDePaul 69 Loyola Mil.) 84 S. Dakota St. 58 Illinois Tech . 59 Lewis 58 Cent. St. Coll. 66 Morlhv,. Stale 53 South Presbyterian 96 Furman 78 Citadel 83 W&M 63 Clemson 63 N. Carolina St. 59 N. Carolina 86 G. Washington 59 Richmond 75 W & L (15 Loyola of the South 76 Miami 62 Southwest : Hardin-Sim. 70 North Texas St. 51 j Texas Lulh. 65 Southwestern 60 West Force A. 75 Kans. City U. 66 ning for the sixth time this season Tuesday night over Twelve Mile's talented teams. Tipton Avon the 7th grade clash 32-29 after having miskey's estate. "°, 'V u ,. u , Anderson 84 Manchester 74 Mrs., Rigney, whose husband, j DePauw 64 st ; Joseph's 59 John, is a vice president oE the club, the same position her brother holds, contested the request on grounds that as administrator of the estate she is liable for inheritance and federal estate taxes. Comiskey offered to pay his share of taxes, if the court allows his petition. Judge Dunne set. Dec. 17 for a minute left to play Galveston was trailed 19-14 at the half. The «th nursing a 42-40 lead when Jerry graders did much better with a Yerkes hit a fielder to tie it up. 46 -24 w j n a ft er gaining a 20-11 Bieghler scored another to send haiftime margin. Camden ahead and McCain in- The v j otory {or the B - lgh ^ grade creased it with a free toss. Gal-l was the 36th in a row for Tiptor,' veston fought back and Dick Baber The group lost the first two lt pumped in a field goal Then the played as fifth gr aders but naven ' t uuuso ^ uiiiit _. ^. ., _ Cards got the ball and drove under been halted since then. Tony Hin- hearing on Comiskey's petition. on an open attempt that skidded off the rim as the final horn sounded. It was only the second loss for Galveston, which had'won five in a row after a season «»ening loss to Northwestern by four points. Dick Baber's 14 points was tops for the Cass county club while Yerkes led the Camden drive with 18. Camden also won the B game S7-29. Summary: Galveston FG FT PF TP Baber 6 2 3 14 Kodabaugh 3107 Dixon 5 2 31?, Johnson 2327 Sullivan 2034 McCauley 0000 Totals 18 8 11 44 Camden Hizer Svvayzee McCain Groninger Yerkes Ringer Bieghler Kesterson Totals Earlham 79 Indiana Central 61 Hanover 80 Franklin 59 Indiana Tech 76 Concordia 72 Marian 92 Huntingtc- 71 Taylor 106 Tri-State 83 HIGH SCHOOL Gary Roosevelt 68 Gary Emerson 63 Gary Wallace 6t6 Hammond 57 Merrillville 58 Hammond Noll 57 2 2 0 4 7 1 3 0 19 1 2 3 0 0 8 FT 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 7 PF TP 0 'i 5 (i 1 j 4 1 0 1 0 12 YANKS ARE RED HOT GALVESTON -Coach Dan Bal- ]ard's Young America Yanks got red hot here Tuesday night, sniping better than 50 per cent of their shots from the field, to defeat the New' Waverly Wildcats 70 to 38 in a Cass county feature cage battle. The game was close through the first half as the Yanks led 13-8 at the quarter and 28-19 at haiftime. 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