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Friday Evening, December 13, 1957. Stray Slants On Sports BY JOIIN STREY Preddy Has Mixed Emotions You can't blame the Berries' Student Manager Bob Preddy for entertaining mixed emotions about tonight's Logansport-Frankfort struggle. The likeable senior youngster transferred to LHS this fall from the home of the Hot Dogs . . . "No question who I'll be pu'ling for," Preddy said, "but I hope Frankfort doesn't get beat too badly." . . . Bob was a member of the Frankfort "B" team last year that edged the Bee Berries, 34-31. He contributed six points to the winners' cause . . . Logansport baseball coach Rex Hunter, meanwhile, is happy to have Preddy on our side. He led the Hot Dog nine in batting Icist year and is reputed to be a proficient second baseman. Berries 1958 Football Schedule" Two new faces will appear on the 1958 Loganberry football schedule, announced today by Coach Harvey Roberts. Anderson replaces Richmond for an October 3 game at the Stadium, while New Castle will entertain the Berries October 10 in place of Tech . . . Newest feature of the card, however, is the four-school jamboree September 2 at Kokomo. Logansport and Lafayette Jeff will join forces to battle the Wildcats and Marion, changing teams each quarter. The. 1958 schedule follows: September 2—Jamboree al Kokomo. September 5—At I'«ru. September 12—West Lafayette. September 19—Marion. September 26—At Frankfort. October 3—Anderson. October 10—At New Castle. October 17—At Lafayette Jefferson. October 22—Kokomo. October 31—At Renssclaer. Wheel Chair Net Stars Logansporl's National Guard unit will sponsor the local appearance of the Pacific Flying Wheels, a professional basketball team, January 21, at Berry Bowl . . . Buttermilk Bob';;, a strong independent tea;-n from Rochester, and the 4041 Medics, 'USA hospital of Bunker H;ll Air Force Base- will play one-half each against the visitors . . . They perform from wheel chairs. Berries Nearly Upset Culver Wrestlers Lose 25-23 Decision A young Logansport high school wrestling team, learning new tricks each time out under the supervision of Coach Joe Patac- sil, nearly upset Culver Military Academy Thursday night at Culver, but eventually bowed, 25 to 23. The improvement shown by the squad as a -wliole was gratifying to the popular little mentor, who is working hard to give LJ-IS a good team in this newly added sport. It also served to buoy hopes of the Berries who will open the home campaign at the old gym next Tuesday night at 7 o'clock against Madison Heights of Anderson. The Berries tallied four pins in this third road trip of the season, Ronnie Shoemaker, 95 poundor; Buddy Moore, 103 pounds; Mike Bcrndt, 112 pounds and heavyweight Al Thomas scoring the pins. Shoemaker has been the most consistent of the Berry grapplers and now has four pins in a row to his credit. He got his fourth yesterday in jus 37 seconds. Culver won all the reserve group matches as their more experienced halted the Berry freshmen and ! sophomores, most of them working in competition for the first time. Results of the match: VARSITL MATCH 95 pounds — Shoemaker (L) sinned Hurjntz (C) 37 seconds. Phil Dickens Is Reinstated CHICAGO (UP) — Phil Dickens, Odle Speaks At Church Don J. Odle, director of athletics at Taylor university and coach who'was'TiTred' to bolster" Indiana's.^ th « Venture for Victory baskt-t- sag"ing football fortunes and then bal1 ' eam wl1 ' b « the guest missed the season suspension, was ready lo take over today as head football coach of the Hoosiers. All Dickens needed was the approval of Indiana officials, which was considered automatic. Big Ten officials granted permission to Indiana-to take Dickens back into the fold. The former Wyoming coach was suspended last July 28 for alleged irregularities in recruiting athletes. Conference officials never disclosed the number of violations Dickens was accused of, but Com- because of er at Blu e Bal ' Christian church missioner Kenneth L. Wilson said from the Freedoms Foundation of after the reinstatement was granted that "at least 25 cases were thoroughly investigated." CITY LEAGUE \V Rehms 30 Shanks 30 Lowes 28 Muehlhausen ....26 Hawkir.s 11 .10 Sunday for the 11 a.m. worship service, it was announced today by the Rov. H. M. Curdy, church pastor. A member of Ihe 19.77 and 1951 Venture for Victory team, George Glass, be in charge of the evening s-ervice at 7 p.m. Motion pictures as well a.s colored slides of the team in action and of the missionary message will be shown. This group has toured the Orient and South America for the past five years, an unprecedented achievement which earned a medal America and a citation in Look magazine. Coach Odle has traveled more than half-million miles in the past! five years, visiting 20 foreign countries and 40 states. 103 pounds—Jloore (L) pinned Holdin (C) 1:14. 112 pounds—M. Berndt (L) pinned Muschuck (C) 2:25. 120 pounds—K-rims (C) decisioned Hodge (L) 2-0. 127 pounds—Croll (C) decisioned McClintock (L) 10-2. 133 pounds—Fleck 1C) decisioned Justice (L) 6-2. 138 pounds—Rozzi (L) decisioned Metcalfe (C) 5-4. 145 pounds—Dirr.erling (C) de-i cisior.ed Swisher (L) 5-0. 154 pounds—Wellon (C) pinned Bowles (L) 4:40. 165 pounds—Dahlin (C) deci- sioned Weiand (L) 3-0. 175 pounds—Rldberg (C) pinned Grant (L) 4:17. Heavyweight—Thomas (L) pinned Thornton C) 1:02. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuno Eleven IU, Ohio Fives Eye First Wins Area Cage Results FROSH BEATS KATS Coach Harold Jamison's Loganberry Frosh Reds thrumped an ex- Frosh cage performers in a pair jj,mi er 2 moc it Rnrr-v Rruvl Thurs£ a T h ? e SL.£ InnThe SnoW '• day night. The Berries won the reserve match 42-23 and then raced off with the main event 48-32. The Kokomo squad, regarded as one of that school's best in years, was playing one-half of the Loganberry Frosh crew. Logan operates in two divisions this year, due to the overload in talent, but there seems to be little to choose between the teams. Lawrence (Sweelpea) Farrell led the Berries Lo victory in the opener with a dozen points while Billy Timberman hit 8 and so did Jack Shanks as the smaller locals outmaneuvered the huge Kats all the way. drive with 16 points. Bud Hayden's 8 points was best foi St. Bridget. Summary: Franklin — O'Rourke 2, Frohreich 4, Porter l, Risser 5, Brewer, Gaby, Gaumer, Robinson, Strong, Harrison. Jefferson — Nunnally 2, Speitel 4, Kistler 2, Dillman 2, Harmon 9, Apt, Schubiich, i Arnold, Klepinger and Hoch. | Washington — Bannon, Hardt, Rust l, Cox, Porter 2, Lyons, Bern,, Barnelt, 9, Welle. Hewitt 8, Murray, Spar.gler 7, -Wright, Wood, Burnett. St. Josonh GRADE CAGE RESULTS -—Dunn, Radfirstorf 1, Chisholm 2, Berry Frosh Reserves — lies, Timberman 8, Foutz 6, McFatridge 4, L. Farrell 12, Carr 4, 8, Newman. Kokomo Re— Summer f Jefferson 19, Franklin 12 Washington 17, St. Josuph 8 St. Vincent 20, Columbia 8 McKinlcy 39, St. Bridget 11 Tipton 69, Daniel Webster 35 Two surprises came out of Thursday's firing :n the city grade school basketball )eagi> as five games were staged on courts throughout Logansport. One was the 20-8 victory compiled by I3t. Vincent's Vikings over the Columbia Red Devils at the near northsiders gym. Tommy'Mo- iHassett, Hatcher 5, Perrone, Hilbert, Fettinser. Gill. St. Vincent — Mee 1, 'Miller, .Murphy 2, Chadwick 3, Schreyer I 2, Butlice, Brugh, Molique 8, Baker, Perfetto 4, Pasquale. Columbia — Boughton, Hughes, Wood 1, Jordan 5, Reed, Richter 2, .'. iseley. McKinley — Emler 6. Gibson lique popped in eight points to Logan was red hot from the j pace the Vikings to victory after field hitting 19 of 43 but added only 4 of 15 from the free throw line while Kokomo scored 6 of 50 afield and 11 of 23 free chances. The' Berries led at the quartrs they had built up a 6-3 halftime edge. Pat Jordan got 5 to 'ead Columbia. The other surprise was the efficient sharpshooting of the already tough Tipton Tigers, who practically blew a good Daniel Webster Then in the main go the Ber-jteam out of the Tipton gym with ries broke away from a 4-4 tiel a demoralizing scoring splurge to , , f • iiujuiiL snarpsnoounK o 12-3, 22-10 and 30-16 bfore win- <ough Tip £ n ^^ win 69 to 35. It was close in the first half with Tipton squeezing ahead 22-18 at the intermission. Then, in the third period the Tigers hit eight conseculive field goals to start the ball rolling and when the 6-minute quarter had ended they night 40 to 21 after rushing to a 1-9-H first half lead. Helvie's 21 point splurge helped the young Tigers to victory. Tipton Tp.—Brown 4, Graff, Snyder 5, Winn, Rush 8, Hclvie 21, Both List 2 Losses CHICAGO (UP!— Ohio Stale and Butts 2. Galvestcn—Cripe 2. Ly-] Indiana, a pair of highly-touted fa- nas 2, Honk 6, Sprinkle, Baber, i vorites in pro-season estimates. Jackson 7, Scott 2, N. Ronk 2, Spence NOBLE ROYALS SPLIT Noble Township Knights and Royal Center 5th and GUi grade cage teams split even in a pair of games at Noble 'gym Thursday ' night. Royal Center won the 5th grade match 14-12 but Noble took the 6th grade contest 37-11. Fifth grade: Noble Tp—Jamison G, Baker 4, Galloway 2. Zimmerman, Ide. Eikelbni-ncr, Allen. Me- will be seeking their first basketball victory in three tries Saturday night. The Buckeyes, who have been beaten by Kentucky and Butler, play host to the Texas-Aggies in an afternoon television game, and the Hoosicrs, upset victims of Ohio University and Kansas State, travel to Missouri. The Hoosicrs will try to follow the example of their neighbor, Purdue, which beat th- Missouri team, 76--19, last week. Kaig, Barnelt, Hatton. Royal Cen-j The Boilermakers, who also ,.„,„.. 'er-Conn 10. Sherman 4, P!oss,j have dcf( , alcd Miami of Ohio and 16 Huth 4, McCain 3, Fisher, Dill-! Nles ' s '- alllc J'. Leazcnby. : i osl lo Kansas State this season, ing B, Rice 2, Streu, Hunter, Njus, DSlx ! h Srade: Noble Pp.- Kon: wcre favored to win Saturday Reutebuch. St. Bridget- Buries 1, P?I? e J° >' 13 ' G f a ' d Garrison 12.: nig!u when lhey play Nebraska. Rose, Timmons Hayden 8, Gray :f sla "; f r3 uty 2 Ba^s.er 2, Spiker, ^ undcfeat(!d jn hs two „„„. 2, Olt, Medland, Hopkin u , D. Rose, Clossin - ,, _ .,, „, „ 12, Hilcman 2, Pufahl 1, Grams, Tipton - M. Smith 23 Spencer . m LimJ Luk Morphet . 16, Gunler 10, Beckman 6, Evans 6, McPherson 4, Means 2, Rombold, Maple 2, Fettig, Slanlon, Cox, McMinn, Bauch. Daniel Webslci — Sharp 20, Johnson 6, Winter 5, Hopper 2, Paul 2, Arnold, Jarg- slorf, Kragh, Ward. midway in the first period as Hugh Burns hit two free throws and Danny Farrell hit two quick baskets. That gave Logan a lead and they kept in front the rest of the way having margins of 10-6, 24-10 and 31-17 at the quarter poles before chalking up a :lxteen point victory. Logan scored 13 of 38 afield [works the city grade league has but was uncanny al the free! ever seen. Daniel Webster tried ^throw line with 22 of 32 while gamely to keep in the running but Kokomo's big boys hit only 13 of, they couldn't match that kind of YMCA LEAGUE SET The YMCA high school basketball league was organized last nieht at a meeting a. the YMCA, Mays Wins NL Slugging Crown L1 '^conference outings, is expected to encounter its most troublesome opponent Saturday night when it meets Kansas State. The towering Wildcats made two successful forays into Ihe Big Ten, winning (JS-61 over Indiana and 79-73 over Purdue. Michigan was favored 1o beat ! Washington of St. Louis as the Wolverines look for their third win NEW YORK (UP)—Willie Mays, the New York (San Francisco) Giants' amazingly versatile outfielder, topped the National i. ,,..,. „ . League sluggers in 1937 with a ;m four games and Michigan State .626 average to take the title for was expected to make _ it three the third lime in the last four years. Frank Taylor, secretary, report- The 26-year-old Willie, who (o-; rad ' :) ed that 5G boys were present andjt a ]i e d 360 bases in 585 official at eight teams were organized. | bats, was a scant .014 points non-conference victories in a row when the Spartans enterlam Colo- Games will be played Monday eve- at the old gym. county is eligible lo play, also be a ". A practice 62 from the field and added 6 of 12 free chances. j Danny Farrell was the top gun'• ner for the Berries in thi getting 21 points and Mike ton added 11 more. Gary Glover was the best performer for the Kats with 12 points. The other half of Logan's Frosh squad, coached by-Howard Gaiser, shooting and finally became the second straight victim of the powerful eastenders. Mike Smith i ahead of Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinal ace who set four '» league-marks' and lied a'major league record. Hank Aaron, whose total bases led the circuit, ranked third in slugging with. GOO member of the game will be the first regular league game will was fourth at .587. LONGCLIFF WINS A last second field goal by southpaw Tom Beeson gave the Logan.iport Stale Hospital nelters a 67 lo 65 victory over the Peru Alloy TV Shop cagcrs at Columbia > n R nnH • ' ^ , • T, Dec. 16, and j and Duke Sn!dcr o{ tne Dodgers l school gyrn Thursday night. The J-V MATCH 95 pounds— Gable (C) decisioned Bixler <L> 112 pounds — Callow (C) pinned Collins (L) Attucks Raps Broad Ripple INDIANAPOLIS two losses, Indianapolis Attucks ; served a warning on its local sec- rational foes today it won't be a 3a j palsy when the Indiana high Three games were won by Lowes i school basketball tourney opens and Muehlhausen over Bowlmor j next February. The Tigers, not flying quite ns high as in Ihe past three years when they bagged two state crowns and were runners-up last year, pushed their season record to '3-2 Thursday night with a 61-18 victory over previously undefeated crosstown rival Broad Ripple. Big Edgar Searcy rifled home 9 of his 19 points in the third and Hawkins; two games by Shanks over Rehms. 600 Series—Joe Burkhart 610 (231-186-193); Paul Eiisterday 606 (165-257-184). 550 Series—Don Pollitt 570, Clyde Bulton 570, Frank lannelly 560, Loren Handschu 568, D. Parmeter 582. 200 Games—Button 203, Pollitl 215, Guido Scagnoli 215, Sam Helvie 217, Jim Newton 207, J. Hammon 201, Russ Holloway 202, J. lannely 223, F. lannelly 228, Parmeter 221, Handschu 224, Al Grusenmeyer 206. TURKEY SHOOT SUN., DEC. 15 AT THE MOOSE LODGE Formerly Consarvptlon CVjb Starting at 10:00 a.m. This is a new kind of shoot. It's part skill and a lot of luck. BRING YOUR OWN SHOTGUN SHELLS WILL BE FURNISHED SPONSORED BY OPTMtST CLUB , & MOOSE LODGE This Ad Sponsored by ftollei & Farrir Superett* 120 pounds— Estey Closson (L) (C) pinned this one; tallied 23 points, Jerry Spencer 16. L t ,. hp like New-! Bill Gunter 10, John Beckman and be. played Jan. 6. Taylor reported a need for one interested should contact him Snider, who tied a lLongcliff club had built up a 41- Nalional 29 half.ime lead but had its hands will meet Kokomo on a road trip later in the season. Summary: Logan Frosh Myers Burns ' 128 pounds—Chestnut (C) pinned: Dailey (L) ' Foster 138 pounds—Strohbehn (C) pinned B. Berndt (L) j Pryor 145 pounds—Carr (C) decisioned Smith Ehase (L) Scott 165 pounds—Strauch (C) pinned Sailors (L) Heavyweight—DePrez (C) deci- sioned McLochlin (L) Welch Newton D. Farrell L. Farrell Totals Koknnio Frosh Glover FG FT PF TP 1325 0 5 3 3 « 0 Charles Evans 6 each to set the pace for the power-laden Tigers. Tommy Sharp, a real scrapper for the Daniel Webster Warners, tried to rally his team with some excellent outside shooting and driv-' TIPTON TP. WINS GALVESTON— Tipton Tp. sixth grade cagers defeated Galveston in a feature -game here Thursday ing lay-ups. He got 20 points but didn't have quite enough help. Jefferson's Wildcats downed the Franklin Bulldogs at the Riley 5 1 gym 19-12 after taking a 14-2 half- 6 lime lead. Harmon's 9 points was ' After Thft Game TAKE HOME A SACKFUL OF League record by hitting 40 or full in slopping Peru's last half more homers for a fifth straight;drive. Carl Luebbert led the win- season, topped the league by strik- ners with 21 points and Beeson ing out 10; times, however, and;hit 18 more. Larry Fager got 27 also grounded into 17 double plays. Mo pace Peru. If there's a bowler in your house— Let us solve your Gift. Problem with a GIFT CERTIFICATE For A New * Bowling Ball * Bowling Shoes Bowling Bag Toy Bowling Set for the Kids * Just phone 5956 and ask for "Tony" or "Guido" LOGAN BOWLMOR 217 E. Broadway period to show the way. Lavern' points. Benson sniped 15 and Larry McIntyre 11. In conference play, Evansville • Bosse made it four in a row, clipping Roonville 79-37, in the Southern loop, and Gary Mann beat city foe Mann, 54-51, in the West N-I'HSC. Bosse, one of the best in the deep soubh, rolled to a 21-3 first- period lead. 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