Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 12, 1957 · Page 30
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 30

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Carter Holds Slim Lead on Hennessey In Match Tourney CHICAGO (UP) — Champ Don Carter again led a field of 16 keg- lers in the first World's Invitational _ Match tournament today, ,„ , ...„„„ but his margin over runner - up Bears will play "guessing game" Bears Hungry For Final Win Over Detroit OHICAG-O (UP) — The Chicago Tom Hennessey was three Peterson points. less than' Sunday to attempt to blast He; troll's chances for the National Carter, St. Louis, Mo., lost his | Football League title, and Coach seventh round match to Jim Car--Paddy Driscoll believed today his man, Dallas, Tex., but tied the top' score in the eighth *ound in Wednesday's series. Carter has 21 "hungry" ball club could do the job. "I think we'll be high," Driscoll wins and H losses for a total pin;said, "because it's our last game score of 6,872 and 158.22 Peterson ! and our - players have got their points. ' contracts to look forward to. They College Basketball Illinois 81 Butler 75 Ball State 92 Eastern Michigan 65 Durelle Gains Clear Decision Over Luedee TAMPA, Fla., (UP) — Light- International (Fort Wayne) 68 j heavyweight contender Yvon Du- Giffin 31 jrelle of Canada may meet ne:d Valparaiso 05 Western Michigan 68 j Wednesday's • Chicago winner be. Vincennes 48 Benton Harbor. 41 East Army 64 LeHigh 51 St. Francis 91 St. Joseph's 86 Cornell 71 Colgate 56 West Virginia 84 Tenn St. 50 Harvard 89 Wesleyan 41 cause of his clear - cut decision! over Jerry Luedee Wednesday night in Tampa's first .nationally televised fight. Contenders Yolande Pompey and ' Clarence Hinnant fight at the Chicago Stadium next Wednesday, and managing director hany Cathedral, Memorial Continue Undefeated .INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Indianapolis Cathedral and Evansville \ Memorial continued among the " major Indiana high school unbeatcns Connecticut 73 Rutgers 63 Syracuse 55 Columbia 50 Boston College 95 Northeastern 82 Albright 75 Seton Hall 68 Boston U. 67 Massachusetts 46 Navy 61 Delaware 50 ing Club has suggested that' DJ- relle face the victor. night with impressive wins over Indianapolis Sacred 'Heart and Mount Vernon, respectively. Cathedral s'cored all but one point from the field in picking up its fifth straight, 55-29, at the ex- lilini Romp Over Butler Bobby Plump' Hits 31 in 91-75 Loss By UNITKD PRESS Butler's Bulldogs failed in tfceir attempt to dump Illinois from* the M " ege Hennessey, another St. Louis want to leave a good taste in the T ,c a ii p rp n \ no T nfavpttG 74 entry, bowled a steady 828 in the j owner's mind, and that ought toiLaSalls (Pa -> ^ La «y ette 74 eighth round to edge Ed Lubanski, I be enough to get them up high Detroit, out of second place. Hennessey also has 21 wins and 11 losses, but his pin total is 6,733 and 155.33 points, while Lubanski I bowled 6,777 for a 155.27 total. Dolores Wroblowski, Mich., tightened her grip first place in the Women's divi- with an eighth round series enough to win." A would victory for Ihe Bears probably' .. ,d end the Lions' title hopos:°^-^ s , Pennsylvania 90 Swarthmore 53 Holy Cross 55 Amherst 52 South the British Empire, stretched his unbeaten string to 11 Wednesday night on a unanimous 10-round decision over less - experienced .and unranked Luedee of New Haven, Conn. San Francisco for tr vision lead and a Lions win would or a pot in t'n pick the divisional champioS. But should Detroit lose, then o ,, o u -: . ' s , * , 22 ± 232 ' JbnnS1Rg hcr pm t° tal both Baltimore and San Francisco to 3,290 and 76.40 Petersen points. vvould have to lose as weU to keep ari ° n ,-,V a u eW1S ' Grand Rapids,! the Lions in the runn ing. Balti- ,-,u ' 11 . more meets Los Angeles and San £hir P J?/ ' * rmer Iea v ! Francisco plays Green Bay i Phyllis Notaro Brant NY., who lheir final £ ontesls . ^vas dislodged from the first position late in the day, has : and 72.33 points. Bowling MONDAY LADIES LEAGUE W L Wolf Coal 35% 6V4 Pasquale Truckers 3V& 10V4 15 16 18 23 23 26 26 28 29 31 Foster Furniture 27 Eberts Drugs 26 Pat & Maria 24 Marshall Chevrolet ..,-. J9 Farm Bureau 19 ILGWU 16 Bungalow Bar 16 Fashion Beauty Shop ..14 Farmers & Merchants ..13 First Federal >. 11 Three games were won by Fosters over Farmers & Merchants; two games- by Bungalow, First Federal, Wolf Coal, Farm Bureau and Pasquale. 550. Series—Jo Werner 553 (176180-197). 450 Series—J. Beall 482, M. Beck 476, D. Hufman 460, C. Roz- hom 451. 200 Games—Huffman 178, M. Monahan 160, Beck 170, Rozhon 181, B. Helton 162, Beall 182, I. Horney 160. ANOTHER DKOPO CHICAGO (UP) — The Chicago White Sox today announced the signing of George Dropo, 23-year- old brother of first baseman Walt Dropo, and ' first baseman Mike Lucas to 1958 contracts with the Colorado Springs farm club. their final contests. The "taste in the owner's mind" might be a little tart, whether the Bears win the game or not. The Bears won the division crown a year ago and with the same personnel this season, the team was rated a favorite to repeat. Instead the club lost its first three games and by beating the Lions Sunday would wind up the season with a 6-6 record. Thus there was little doubt that unless the entire squad puts on a flashy performance, some of the veterans won't be back next season. The Bears came up with one of their best games of the season to beat the Lions, 27-7, three weeks ago, and Driscoll believed that this week they'd be playing a weaker Carolina 73 (Fla.) 73 Louisiana .St. 65 jWofford 100 Coll of Charleston 54 Kentucky St. 86 Berea Coll. 61 . in A&M 46 Midwest Michigan 95 S. Dakota St. 55 Miami (Ohio) 63 Dayton 59 Illinois 91 Butler 75 Washington (Mo.) U. 61 Arizona 52 Emporia St. 74 North Dakota 55 Southwest Texas tech 95 West Texas St. 7£: West Denver U. 72 Colorado Mines 5V HIGH SCHOOL •Indianapolis Cathedral 55 Indianapolis Sacred Heart 29 Indianapolis Bell Davis 77 Danville 54 Indianapolis Deaf School 44 Dove:.' 42 Decatur Central 59 Mooresville 57 (double overtime) Marion 67 Peru 40 Gary Froebel 64 Crown.Point 51 Evansville Memorial 74 Mount Vernon 63 DurUe m-pound champion ,£ Frohliger cleared ,. •Rrit-iiK ir.mnir P stretched his Mickey Seal accoi pense of city rival. Sacred Heart. u' Jim Berg hit 15 and Tom Schrader ; beatens Wednesday night but three added 12 points as coach Bill I other Hoosier quintets took the CRICKETS CHIRP OAM'DEN—Deer Creek's red hot Crickets swept past Sugar Creek here Wednesday night 61 to 44 in a fast basketball game that saw Emmelt Herr, Deer Creek center, pouring in 30 points for top him- ors. Tom Baker'helped out Herr with a 23 point production and that one-two punch was too much for Sugar Creek, whose top shooter, Waters, wasn't exactly cold but wasn't hot enough with a 20-pcint splurge. Deer Creek led at e<ich quarter 20-10, 37-16 and 53-32 before winning. Deer Creek—Cohee, Baker 23, the bench, accounted for over half of Sacred Heart's total as he canned 16. Memorial overcame a 14-12 Mount Vernon lead and coasted to an easy 74-63 win, its third straight. The losers' Jim Russell took game scoring honors with 22 points and John Tipzer connected for 20 to pace Memorial. Whatever Happened To "Monk" Meyer? • Charles (Monk) Meyer was Army's great triple - threat halfback during the 1935 and 19361 •football seasons, rating among the nation's best. In 1935, he pitched; two touchdown passes in a 28-6 j victory over Navy. A year later, | he captained Army's basketball! squad, too. . j Whatever happened to "Monk" measure of Michigan foes. While Butler lost at Champaign, Dl-75, despite Bobby Plump's 31 points, Ball State blasted Eastern Michigan, 92-65; Valparaiso trimmed Western Michigan, 95-68, and Vincennes won from Benton Harbor, 4841. Illinois, led by Manniei Jackson's j g 13 fielders, wen'; ahead midway in the first half and stayed in front. The mini held Butler's Ted Guzik, who canned 37 points against them Thursday Evening, December 1!, I9ST. Torpid Is "Harness Horse of the Year" COLUMBUS. Ohio GUP)—Torpid, a fast stepping pacer who won 19 out of 22 starts this past season, was acclaimed today as the "ham- this year and was scratched from the third leg, the $100,000 Messenger, after suffering a nose bleed -in a qualifying heat. He won the S72.000 Little Brown Jug and the $66,952 Cane Futurity. The New Jersey speedster r;oied off 16 straight victories be- ess horse of the year'' by the na- f,, rc meeting his first defeat last lion's turf writers. September. He also place once The three-year-old son o fKnightjand came in third twice. Dream rolled up 734 points on 68 j — first place nominations on 85 bal- HIGHWAY FATALITY lots. Galophone was second with! MEMPHIS, Mo. (UP)—Robert 213 points in the poll results an-;Thomas Hutchinson, 18, Ham- nounced Wednesday by the U. S. niond, Ind., was killed Wednesday Trotting Assn. '•. night when an automobile in which Torpid succeeded two - lime 1 ho was riding plunged off Route champion Scott Frost, who won 1) six miles south of here and the honor in 1955 and 1956. struck a tree. Torpid, owned by Max Hoch-; John Robert Zieglar. 18. Harris- berg, Irvington, N. J.. won two burg. 111., driver of the car, was legs of the pacing triple crown injured seriously. last year, to 7. Ball State registered its first victory after two losses. Valpo worked its season record to 2-1 Vincennes is 4-2, Butler 2-2. Dillon 8, Herr 30, Snavely, Pack- Meyer? Today he's an Army Detroit club, since quarterback Bobby Layne will be out with a broken ankle. EAGLES FAMILY PLAY NIGHT It's New-It's Different-Come See FRIDAY, DEC 13th at 8 p. m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music by ROBIN WOIF (Formerly Hob Williamson Band) 8:30 TH 11:30 P.M. " CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY Til. 9 408-10 East Market FOR HIS CHRISTMAS LOUNGING ROBES FOR HAPPY EVENINGS A luxurious and comfortable lounging robe is so nice to come home tol Gift your man with one. GABARDINES JACQUARDS AND BLANKET ROBES All one low price. Beautiful plaid trim Gabardines, quarter lined Jacqirard & Beacon BlanketYobes in solid colors and colorful plaids. Blue and Maroon. Individually packaged. MEN'S BURMILLION GIFT ROBES Smartly styled 100% yarn dyed Viicos-Rayon in assorted tarton plaids and colorfu! stripe patterns. Washable—shawl collar—wrap model—non-slip belt. ard, Martin. Sugar Creek— J. Robinson 10, Waters, 20, Bradley 2, Buzan 8, Young 2, C. Robinson 2. colonel and a member of the faculty at the U. S. Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., an ardent goffer and football fan. CLOSING OUT SALE Due to poor health, I will sell at public auction FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 — 12:30 P.M. the following property located 2V4 miles east and Vi mile north of Twelve Mile and 2% miles west of U. S. 31 on S. R. 16. LIVESTOCK—CATTLE—4 head black Angus cows, all good cows; 3 head black Angus heifers, fat and on full feed. HOGS—4 Duroc sows, first and second litter sows; 37 head shoats, weight 50 to 60 Ibs.; 1 Duroc male hog, year old, purebred. GRAIN AND HAY—CORN—900 bushels more or less. OATS—150 bushel, more or less-. WHEAT—20 bushel] more or less. HAY—500 bales clover hay, goor, no rE.in. STRAW—500 bales wheat straw, more or less. Grain and hay c.an be left on farm for 90 days. FARM MACHINERY—1 SO Case tractor and cultivators, used! very little; 70 bu. Case manure spreader, rubber, good as new; 7-foot I Cass'mower, good; Case 2 bottom 14" plow; Case wagon running gears and 14-foot rack with grain sidos. MISCELANEOUS—4 individual hog houses; 1—100 gal. hog fountain; 2—60 gal. hog fountains; 16 hole .Dawson feeder; hog troughs, wood and steel; hog ringing crate; chicken feeders and fountains; gas chick brooder, used only 2 months; power corn shelter; stock tank heater, r.ew; other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash Not responsible for accidents No property to be removed until settled for No lunch will be served. REV. GILBERT L. MAUS Lyman Murden, Auct. Men's Deportment Street floor 9.99 PAJAMAS HE'LL LIKE for luxurious lounging, comfortable sleeping! 99 Sanforized Broadcloth Attractive coat and middy style Pa- lamas in colorful stripes, solid colors and assorted 'trims. Elastic waist with gripper fasteners. Men's Dep't. ftreet Floor Knit Ski PJ's . * FLANNEL PJ'i .3.99 ,,3.29 WASH "N WEAR COTTONS . .. SIZES • A, B, C, D 3.99 MOHLMAN'S •Fourteen karat goid automatic S150.0O that display the designing genitM that make* Ekjfn the watch of modern time! In the automatic Elgin shown above, decorative ends add a verve to the smart round case. In the manual wind, below, a revolving center ha* a matter for the hour hand. Both twenty^ Price* include Federal tax Charge or budfett Hk fiHed with revolving dial for hour hand $19.39 USE MOH'LMAN'S BUDGET PLAN Small Down Payment—Balance Weekly or Monthly MOHLMANlS 309 MOUTH STREET maun nut BKSA QU/HITER cftmmr . Open stock in tti» following patterns:— AMERICAN-COLONY-CHINTZ- CENTURY-CYNTHIA-HEATHER. HOLLY-LIDO Ado the Beautiful IMPERIAl CAND1EWICK Available ct flRNBAUGH'S Your Diamond Star* NOW AT TIMBERLAKE'S See The New Ronson VARAFLAME POCKET LIGHTER For Men and Women Also S«« The NEW SCHICK BUTANE LIGHTER Lights for months without a refill In many beautiful £lA QC ^LIT designs for Men and ^ I U.7 J to «J> I / . Women TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "Gifts You'll Be Proud To Give* K H K I K a K K K i GOOD ONLY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 3TH - 9:00 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M. $1.99 WITH THIS VALUABLE COUPON $1.99 .The Now Sunburst Necklace and Earring Sets r; This coupon and $1.99 entitle;; the bearer to one of our Genuine SIM. RHINESTONE SUNBURST NECKLACE AND EARRING SETS. Beautiful Sim, Pearl Sets on Sale. SCOOP! SENSATIONAL! Nationally Advertised To Sell For 3 Times As Much BUY WITH COUPON . . . $1.99 Plus Fed. Tax 2^-K Gold Plal«d. Hand Set Stonei . . . Choice of solor. Sim. cameo er onyx. Individually boxed. Complete. Only $1.99. Suitable for all occoiioni ... An ideal Christmat gift. You wil. alwayi look ilylish and up to the moment wtih gorgcouily hand-nt stones. Individually boxed. Ready to giv«. Limit... Not More Than 2 Sets on Each Coupon This Salei Positively Ends Friday at 8:00 P. M'. FOSTER' 412-414 E. Market Logansport, Ind. Tappan Range Demonstration FRIDAY,7:00 to 9:00and ALL DAY SATURDAY * By a Factory Representative See a Turkey roasted in this new TAPPAN RANGE. SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICES FOR THIS EVENT. TRADE NOW ipptrii riYolution- •ry new burn en are now fis l«r than any ever imtfi w gr»t«rspted and Mon* «my with (owist turn* down poislble. VISUAUTE OVEN DOOM Ltti you see how thins* tri coming inildi the ovtn without optning the door. SAVM h*at. LIFETIME fuarnrtM on ovm bottom. etMR-KR>ME MOKE*. Walit higi broiler ifv» lut,_p«nttfitine hut with Chic-Krone meUt radiants. Seals in the flame, tii«ed llevor. FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYONE REGISTER FOR FREE TURKEY TO M GIVEN AWAY BUY NOW ON EASY CREDIT TERMS I

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