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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, DANE, PURDUE SPILLS ILLINI e lf f" j. nsh Score First, Surge Back SOUTH BEND, Ind. UP)— Navy fullback Ray Wellborn of Hous •ton, Tex., single- handedly punc itured Notre Dame's comeback bubble Saturday as the sharp Middies handed the Irish their first defeat in five football game! 20 to 6. Wellborn, fleet 183- pound jun lor -with a deceptive change o pace, scored all three Middie touchdowns, one on a 79 - yard scrimmage run which erased 6-0 Notre Dame lead and the two others on a one-yard plunge and « 32-yard pass from Tom Forrestal. -The Irish had much more than they could handle in once-defeated Navy which recorded its sixth victory and undoubtedly put the skids to No. 5 ranked Notre Dame in The AP poll. The Irish 6-0 lead in the first period came on a quick stroke of luck. Wellborn fumbled on a plunge. The ball popped into the hands of Notre Dame halfback Dick Lynch, who streaked 46 yards for a touchdown. -With Notre Dame crippling itself with penalties, 55 yards of which came in the second quarter, and Navy outplaying the Irish most of the way, the Middie struck impressively for touchdowns in each of the last three quarters. . In the second quarter, Wellborn took a pitchout from Forrestal at Navy's 21 - yard line, twice changed his course and sped 79 yards for a touchdown. Halfback Ned Oldham, star Navy runner who saw little action because of a knee injury against Penn last Saturday, booted the first of his two conversions and the Middies led 7-6 at halftime. Navy marched 73 yards in 11 plays for a touchdown after receiving the second half kickoff. . Beyond Lynch's 46-yard scoring pun with Navy's fumble, the Irish could penetrate no deeper than than the Middie 28. They did this in the final period on a 44-yard pass from quarterback George Izo to end Dick Prendergast. It was apparent that Notre [Dame's comeback registered on victories over Purdue, Indiana, Army and Pitt was not the work of a super team. At least, Saturday, the Irish were a struggling team against a crisp Navy club and may be headed for plenty of trouble with Michigan State, Oklahoma and Iowa coming up the next three Saturdays. The Irish ,were held to a skimpy 83 yards by the stout Navy defense which often threw an eight man line against the gjreen-shirt- ed" Notre Darners. Navy, on the other hand, rolled up 237 yards rushing and didn't need too much passing help from talented thrower Forrestal. Navy 077 6-20 Notre' Dame 600 0-6 Navy scoring: touchdowns — Wellborn 3 (79, run; "l, plunge; 32, run-pass from Forrestal.' Conversions: Oldham 2. Notre Dame scoring: touchdowns—Lynch (46, run on recovered fumble,) RIVETERS GET ROUGH CHAMPAIGN, 111. (M-Purdue's opportunist Boilermakers cashed in on a long pass, an interception and a losing Illinois gamble to whip the mini, 21-6, Saturday in ' a Big Ten football battle. Quarterback Bob Spoo hurled a 44-yard pass in the second quarter to set up the first Boilermak er touchdown after Illinois' strong running attack had given the home team a 6-0 first period lea before a cheering Dads' Da>j crowd of 47,690. The cheers subsided, however as Purdue, .took a 7-6 lead after Spoo's long pass to end Tom Francfchauser helped the Boiler makers take an advantage thej never relinquished. Jim Redinger's pass intercep tion, which he returned 58 yards for a touchdown put the Boiler makers ahead M-6 at the hal and Illinois' shocked team never recovered. • Except for a 46-yard drive in the third quarter which boggec down on the Purdue 18, the Ulin' never showed the poise they dis played in upsetting Minnesota two weeks ago. So desperate were the Illini tha 1 they attempted to make a firs' down with a fourth-and-one situa tion early in the fourth quarter and failed. The Boilermakers took over on the Illini 22 and six play later, Lennie Wilson bolted over 'or a touchdown from the 3. The victory was Purdue's thir< in six games, and evened their Big Ten record at 2-2. Illinois is now 2-4 for the season and 1-3 in conference play. Illinois opened the scoring pa rade by marching 79 yards in 15 plays for a touchdown late in the : irst quarter. Bobby Mitchel •ipped off right tackle for the final 10 yards, 'but Don Yeazel's at- empted conversion was wide/ Full-back Jack Delveaux pro pelled the drive, gaining 41 yards n seven carries. Purdue didn't start moving un- il midway in the second quarter poo hurled his long pass to Franckhauser to the Illinois 5- ya-rd line. Kenny Mikes bolted to :he 1-foot line, and Spoo sneaked over for Purdue's first touchdown', om Fletcher convereted. Tom Fletcher's three conver- BONUS COUPON DON'T RISK ACCIDENTS . . .* PLAY IT SAFE WITH THIS THREE-WAY SAFETY SPECIAL Brake Adjustment ' 1. Remove Front Wheels and Inspect Brake Drums and Linings. 2. Clean, Inspect and Repack Front Wheel Bearings. 3. Inspect Grease Seals. 4. Check and Add Necessary Heavy Duty Brake Fluid, 5. Adjust Brake Shoes to Secure Full Drum Contact. 6. Carefully Test Brakes. 3 SO Tire Criss-Cross Remove and savety rate tires. Remove stones and foreign objects from treads Criss-Cross tires for maximum mileage. Inflate to correct pressure Any Car 3.00 Wheel Balance 1. Precision Dynamic Balance. 2. Precision Static Balance. 3. Install Genuine Snugl Weights. 8.OO TOTAL VALUE $ 14k50 BONUS COUPON 9 Q f- With This ^"^ *** Coupon sions gave the Purdue halfback a string of 12 straight this season without a miss. Illinois finished the game far in front in statistics. The mini had 19 first downs to seven for the visitors, led in yards rushing 215143, and had a 115-44 advantage in passing. Purdue 0 14 0 7—21 Illinois 6000—6 Purdue scoring — Touchdowns: Spoo (1, sneak); Redinger (58, run after pass interception); Wilson (3, run). Conversions: Fletcher Mitchell 3. Illinois scoring — Touchdowns: 10, run. GOPHERS ROMP MINNEAPOLIS W— Four touchdown drives engineered by. reserve quarterback Jim Reese in the second half broke the back of Indiana's early resistance, and brought Minnesota a 34-0 victory in a gloomy drizzle Saturday. With Bobby Cox knocked out of ihe game by an ankle injury in the second half, Reese got the heavily favored Gophers rolling midway through third period. From that point the beefy Minnesotans moved without hindrance from the soggy terrain or a weakened Indiana defense. For two quarters the misery- ridden Hoosiers, winless in the Big Ten, played Minnesota nearly even before a rain-spattered Min* nesota homecoming crowd of 63,206. They yielded a first • quarter touchdown after tumbling on the 10 yard line but actually had the Gophers on the run the balance of the first half. Minnesota weight and manpower tipped the scales thereafter Indiana, more hampered by the slow field than its rival, couldn't move once the Gopher power started to assert itself. The Gophers pounded 44 yards for their second -touchdown, Bob Schultz sweeping six yards to score. Reese got another .touchdown from the two late in the period. Fullback Bob Blakley galloped 16 for another early in the'fourth quarter and Dave Lindblom went over from the four later in the period. Fullback Rlhody Tuszfca got the Gophers' first touchdown on an eight yard buck. The victory was Minnesota's third in the Big Ten against two losses. Indiana -absorbed its fourth straight conference loss. Indiana, figuring its only chance was to catch the Gophers off balance early, unveiled a spread offense aimed at exploiting Minnesota pass defense weaknesses. It nearly worked when quarterback Tommy McDonald's long pass almost connected in the -opening minute of play. Indiana was a surprising threat while it was fresh. McDonald's crisp passes and the running of Jim Yore and Bill' Taka-cs gave ;he Hoosiers a clear statistical edge in the second quarter. But it was a dying gasp. Indiana 0000—0 Minnesota 7 0 14 13-34 Minnesota scoring—Touchdowns: Tuszka (8, run); Bob Schultz (6, run); Reese (2, plunge); Blakley (•16, nun); Lindblom (3, run). Conversions: Borsbad 3; Blakley 1. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Ohio Deaf- School 20, Indiana Deaf School 6 Evansville Reitz 40, Indpls, Ca- hedral 7 South Bend Adams IS, Michigan Sty 6 Dowagiac (Mich.) 26, Howe Mil- tary 0 New Albany 44, Evaasville Bosse 4 Boonville 40, Crittenden County :Ky.) 7 Hobart 61, Huntington 6 Crawfordsville 19, Sheridan 7 South Bend Central 38, Elkhart 7 Indpls Tech 34, New Castle 14 Martinsville 27, Bedford 7 Indpls. Broad Ripple 19. Short- idge 13 Noblesvffle 52, Lawrence Cen- ral 0 . Terre Haute Garfield 26, Brazil 19 Terre Haut e Wiley 18, George;own (El.) 0 Sullivan 27, Princeton 20 Bloomington 20, Clinton 0 Lebanon 20, Ben Davis 14 West Lafayette 34, Indpls. [acred Heart 0 Mishawaka 20, Fort Wayne North 6 North Central 7, Fort Wayne lentral 6 Vincennes 19, Washington 6 Indpls. Washington 35, Indpls. Howe 7 Muncie Central 19, Richmond 0 Anderson 12, Lafayette 6 . South Eend Washington 52, Goshen 13 La Porte 19, South Bend Riley 6 Washington-Clay 7, New Carlisle East Chicago Roosevelt 27, East Chicago Washington 14 Gary Wallace 19, Valparaiso 6 Whiting 27, Hammond Clark 0 Lowell 31, Dyer 0 Gary Emerson 25, Gary Wirt 13 Gary Tolleston 25, Calumet Twp. Hammond Noll 27, Hammond 12 Culver M.A. 34, St. John's (Delafield, Wis.) 19 Tireitoif e $fore$ Ird and Eel River Ave. Dial 3922 Royals, Lions, Metea, Hatchets, Tipton Win Opening Gage Battles Cass county basketball- - teams Martin ran into some unexpected trouble Fiedler • in opening -cage battles of the Totals 1957-58 season Friday night, but - .- — most of them managed to squeeze Lucerne out victories, five of the eight per- Bridge forming chalking up victories. Burrough . • ' 'Royal Center's Bulldogs, held in B. Cunningham check much of the time by a hop- Robinson ' ped-up 'Medaryville team, finally Newell V pulled' away in the last' quarter Myers . . . to win a road contest 57-48. The & Cunningham Royals had tirailed 11-7 at the first Totals" period but tied the score at 23-all chili . at halftime and then eased.in front R Conger as Jim Holcomb hit 23 points and |yj. Conger Bill Newcomti got 16 to lead the Arthur N ™y- . ' ' ' Landis ••'' •'Washington Tp. had a fight on Lay ton . its hands against the revitalized Shafer.' Young' America Yanks at. \ the Totals. Hatchet goalry but'fin-ally squeak- '. , - . „ ed to a 37-34 win an a dogged de- Tipton Tp. fensive battle.- It was 25-all after Frantz * three periods of play • but the Hendrixson Hatchets shook Mark Miller loose .fjelvie' enough to pull through. He got is Grant ' points to pace the winners while Hammond Dave Trapp got 9 to lead the Lake Yanks. - ' Brown . Lucerne had to- go through "a p re i s er double ov-eiftifrne session "bdfore Carey nipping Chili's Bears 58-56. The regular game ended with the teams deadlocked at 52-all and the first extra period saw them still tied at 56 each. Rick Burrough hit 16 and Carl Newell 15 to pace j ohn9!m the Lions first victory. Miller Tipton Tp. Tigers started slow Ehrman at Burlington, trailing 10-9 at the Q yler first period and then caime on fast to lead 33-25 at halftime and F1 whizzed to a 75-57 victory. The Totals Tigers, .led by Don Hendrixson's points and with four teammates Fulton scoring in double figures, hit 47.6 King€ry per cent of their field attempts on ' 30 of 63 tries. Heckathorn Metea's Hornets led all the way Spangler in beating Buffalo's Bisons at the Hauser Royal Center gym 58-50. The Hor- Williams nets were ahead at the quarters 23-16, 38,30, and 43-42 before rushing to victory. Carl Fowler hit 21 points and Bob Wagoner chip- Heidea ped in 13 to set the pace. The Metea reserves were nipped in the Rudicel opener 30-28. Grable Galveston's Cards led North- Babb western 24-13 at the half but couldn't halt the Howard county Nea(J team in the second half and lost shafer 39-35 despite a 15-point produc- Bookwalter tion by Dixon and 11 more by Totals Baber. Twelve Mile found Fulton's Metea Bulldogs too sharp at goal shoot- Pascnen ing and lost at Fulton gym 47-36 Thoms(m as Dan Hauser hit 20 points for ^^ the winners. Dick Bookwalter got 10 to pace the Milers. , B wagoner Summary: Fowler Royal Center G. Barr Newcomb Rhody Berkshire Holcomb Gray Lesher Benson Totals Medaryville Shorty Steele Shields McCallum Harper Barrett Sanders Coleburn Dickinson Totals FG FT PF TP 1143 6 1 4 9 0 0 0 4 0 2 5 2 0 1 16 •* J. Hunt 10 Boze 23 Westerhouse 2 Han 0 H. Hunt 1 Wooldrige 21 16 17 57 Tota is FG FT PF TP 2 1 12 2 2.8 5 3 0 1 0 6 0 2 3 20 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 4 0 3 1 2 4 8 17 Young America Segraves Trapsp McCoy Ennis Harness Turnpaugh Totals Washington Tp. Miller Leffert Newport HoweH Vance 3 I 2 0 1 3 0. 1 4 3 2 4 1 0 0 0 1 o. 6 0 9 12 37 FG FT PF TP 1 8 4 6 6 0 0 25 2' 0 1 2 3 0 0 8 4 4 2 3 5 5 3 26 16 9 14 15 58 FG FT PF TP 6 3 r 2 2 2 16. 3 5 0 10 1 5 24 4 .4 1 2 5 4 20 11 14 56 FG FT PF TP Williams Totals Burlington Williams Loman 5 5 4 0 4 . 6 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 6 1 0 0 2 0 4 5 4 0 3 1 1 1 City'Stars here Friday night 7241. - Koebecke with 18 points and Ingram "with 17vied the Indians. Wentz .with 13 and Lehman with 12 pased the losers. The Indians led at each stop, 21-15, 38-23 and 51-32 before winning. Kewanna also .walked away, with the "B" encounter 45-16. " . Kewanna: Koebecke 18, McPherson, Ingram 17, Worl 4, Grube 4 Cox 10, Worl 5; Star City: Ray Brown 6 Roy Brown 2, Caugh 1, Shidler 6, Bonders Outrun Berries13To6 Rensselaer's'Bombers made two TD drives, one in the early mo- am 17, Worl 4, tiube 4 ft um Friday ^g^ Harows 6, Hiland 8, Bill ._ h Berries, showi Wentz 13, Capper, Lehman 12, DuBois 1. • WILDCATS WIN v CAMDEN — The Wildcats ... Gutter barely nipped the Deer Creek Crickets here Friday night by the final of 52-50. Sheagley led the winners with 23 points. Cutler held a slim 10-9 first quarter lead and half time found the Crickets on top'23-21. Deer Creek held a 37-36 lead at the end of three periods but the Wildcats were on .top as the final' gun sounded. ZEBRAS WIN 10 FRANCESVHjLE—Francesville's 16 Zebras pulled away in the fourth quarter of what had been a close gam e to take' a 50-41 victory over 14 the Pulaski Yellow Jackets here Friday night. 12 Cloud with 11 points led the 01 losers while Gutwein topped the 2 12 Zebras with 16. Franeesville won 0 o the "B" game 38-22. 30 15 21 75 Franeesville—Jordan, Downs 4, FG FT PF TP Robinson 3, Gutwein 16, Tanner, 0353 Boehning 14, Wick 2,'VonTobel H, 1 2 Pulaski: Hahn'll, Lane, 10, Ben- 3 12 son 2; Weaver 3,' Roth 4, Cloud 0 0 6 5 3 3 3 0 3 2 0 5 3 3 1 0 3 15 11, Smith. 2 5' 1 0 RANGERS ROMP REYNOLDS - The Reynolds Rangers opened the season here 20 17 20 '57 Friday evening by defeating the Chalmers Cardinals 48-40. Zarse FG FT PF TP tallied 25 points to lead the win- 3 8 ners an( j Christopher pased the Fry 4 1 0 2 7 4 0 0 1 0 0 6 4 0 4 5 0 5 5 1 3 Cards with 15. 0 . 18 11 23 47 the « B » con t es t 26-7. FG FT PF TP 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 3 4 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 4 10 4 2 I 2 2 1 25, Snyder, Bardonner 8, Mans ' FIn1>1 TJ7I/-»r-a.-tr. f^Vi nlrviarcr • \Jtfocca J.j >_/ild - li*'JJti J.d.LJ.1 *Jj A tA'ifc^t j VJ fciJJ.J-li^ °- ° er, Christopher 15, Townsley 2, 0 ° Spradling 10, Johnson 2, Nesius 8. 3 1 5 11 14 18 36 FG FT PF TP 3 1 1 3 5 9 2 3 0 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 8 Totals Buffalo Van Meter 22 14 22 58 FG FT PF TP 0 0 1 1 6 4 3 9 0 0 2 4 2 3 5 1 3 4 3 3 0 Galveston 15 20 19 5f) FG FT PF TP Baber Rodabaugh Dixon Scott 5 Lynas Johnson Sullivan Freeman Totals 4 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 13 3 I 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 .1 2 3 0 1 0 0 3 1 11 11 5 15 0 2 0 0 2 0 35 FG FT PF TP 3228 0232 9 Clingenpeel 7 Freeland 5 Neuendorf 4 Miller I Thompson 12 10 14 34 Maroney FG FT PF TP Merrell 4 5 3 13 'Totals 3036 INDIANS TAG STARS 3339 dians got off on the right foot for 302 6 the season by defeating the Star 2 4 5 2 0 16 0 1 S 0 0 4 4 4 2 1 7 20 39 LAYAWAY NOW -AT- The Largest Sporting Goods and Toy Store in Logansport SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Phone 2310 Basketball Fans! OLD FANS-NEW FANS ORDER YOUR SEASON TICKETS NOW! Mail orders and payment to Logansport High School ticket office. LAST YEAR'S SEATS WIU BE HELD UNTIL THURSDAY, NOV. 14 Adults-$6 Students-$3 Chalmers led" throughout the entire first three periods but faltered in fourth quarter, scoring only three points while Reynolds pilled up 12 points. Chalmers took Reynolds: R . Myer 2 , J. Krantz 5 Berdman, Largen 8, L. Zarse B game 42 to 23. Sound-on-film movies \vere perfected at the University of Illinois and first demonstrated there 1921. other in the first part of the final -quarter to hand the .Logansport Berries a 13-6 defeat at LHS Sta- Berries, showing a definite if. spirit in the first half fell behind quickly-'as Rensselaer took the kickoff and in little more than three minutes had scored a TD with Steve Brandenberg going over for the tally 'from the one-yard line;-Try for- point was wide. •That drive was climaxed by a 47-yard pass play from quarterback Dick Scharf 'to Dick Brown, high scoring .halfback. Brown hustled the ball from the 21 to the one on two plays and .Brandenberg took it over, Logan tried bo get in gear but was hurt by a fumble on their own 22 which Rensselaer grabbed. Logan then got the ball back when they 'recovered a Bomber fumble on the. 19 and.moved the leather to midfield before the offense bogged down. That's the way things stood throughout the rest of the half and Rensselaer led 6-0 at the intermission. The Berries, fired up for the start of the second half and after receiving the kickoff 'on their own 27, started off with Mike Maple making ten yards, Don Bessignano took a'pitchout and went to the Rensselaer 27 from where Mike Maple' blasted down the sidelines to score. Three plays were run off ic 1:57 and the score was tied. The kick for point was blocked. Each team, started drives a couple of times before Rensselaer finally got under way late in the stanza and 'carried it over into the fourth period to score when Fred Lindback hustled several yards for the TD. Dick Brown, last year's state scoring leader, finally got into the act by kicking the extra point and that was it. The Berries made two gestures after that but couldn't get the offense to rolling and Rensselaer finally wound up with the ball and the game victory. The Bombers fine diversified offense kept the Berries off bal_.,....., , ance much of the time and the field, Wiesey; Chalmers: Wessel visitors chalked up yardage by 1, Chamberlain 2, Faker, Galling- the bushel closing with 16 first downs to 8 for the Berries and.led in yards rushing 297 to 177. It was the fifth straight loss MONTEREY WINS for Logan who now stand 3-5 for MONTEREY — The Monterey the year and face Jeff of Lafay- Fliers downed West Tp. High in ette here next Wednesday to close an opening cage game Friday out the season in an NCC game, night 61-48 after leading 28-14 at The win ended the campaign for the half. Monterey also won the Rensselaer, which had an 8-1 record. LOGANSPORT Ends—Sanders, Tuberty, Kesler. Tackles — Thomas, Moss, Goldin stine, Shook. Guards — Goodale, Pfaff, Webs- ter, Cook. Centers—Hargrove, Sundy. Backs—Cain, Nichols, Maple, Bessignano, Gibson, Sweet, Jordan, O'Connor. RENSSELAER Ends—Stockton, Pfledderer. - Tackles — J. Cain, B. Knorr, Mann, Hale. Guards — Henry, Eisner, J» Knorr, Bailey. Center—Kingman. Backs—Scharf, Brown, Lindback, Brandenberg, Phegley, Staddon. T.D.—(L) Maple. (R) Brandea- berg, Lindback. P.A.T.—(R) Brown. First Downs—(L) 8, (R) 16. , Passes—(L) 8, completed-3; (ft) 5, completed 3. Penalties—(L) 20 yards; (R) 50 yards. Fumbles Lost—(L) 1, (R) 2. Yards Rushing-(L) 177, (R) 297. Yards, Passing— (L) 24, (R) 71. Kickoff Returns—(L) 27 yards, (R) 45 yards. Punt Returns—(L) none, (R) 10 yards. Scoring: Logan 0060—8 Rensselaer 600 7—13 BOWLING COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL W L The Pastime 19 8 Farm Bureau 18 9 G. T. Bombers 17 10 Barnett Bargain Barn 17 10 Western Tire 16 11 Logan Homes 15 12 G.T. Squeegees 14 13 Jones Auto 12 15 Flamingo 11 16 Muehlhausen 10 17 G.T. Flats. 7 20 G.T. Jets 6 21 Three games were won by Western Tire over Muehlhausen No. 5; two games were won by G.T. Bombers, The Pastime, Farm Bureau, Barnett Bargain Barn and Jones Auto. 600 Series—Jim Pierce 644 (234, 228,182). 550 Series—S. Kalb 594, B. Green 596, A. Brinkruff 564, J. Campbell 571. 200 Games—Bob Gerrard 214, S, Kalb 221, B. Clouse "220, A. Fowler 208, B. Green 205'and 243, B. Smith 200, A. Brinkruff 203 and 213, J. Campbell 205, K. Peterson 214. RUPTURE-EASER T,M. BCB. U.S. Pat. Olt. (A Finer Brwe Tru«* Left Sido Doub|«...$5.Ml $495 No Fitting Rtquired Pat. 3606551 A strone, torm-f ittlng washable - supr port for reducible Ingulnaa hernia. Back lacing adjustable. Snaps up In front. Adjustable leg strap. Soft, flat groin pad. No steel or leather bands. F»r men, women, children. Mall orderi (<*• measure around lowest part of abd»> men, «Ute right, kit side. doobU. BUSJAKN'S DRUG STORE 308 4th ' Phone 3774 A real man's coat *• from oversized pockets to military leather-braided button-straps! Tough, lustrous cotton poplin lined with orlon quilting sets you up to meet the coldest -weather. Completely washable Glacier white, Tan. .50 -813-315 E. Market St. — Logansport, Ind. ;-'-

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