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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LQGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE NINE HSU Hawkeyes Need Rally Against Wolverines £? CHICAGO UB-Big Ten football standings including games of Nov. 2: Conference W LT Pet.Pts. 400 1.000 MO Ohio State Iowa Mich. State Michigan Minnesota Purdue Wisconsin Illinois Indiana N'western 301 .875 410 .800 211 320 220 3 0 3 0 4 0 4 0 tion's most effective against a .ground game, nearly rished Michigan out of its huge stadium in the early moments and forced the Wolverines into a fumble that 1 1 0 0 .500 .250 .250 .000 .000 and Walt Kowalczyk early in the opening quarter. The payoff came on a four-yard smash by Don Gilbert and Kaiser added the first of .his fcree extra points from placement. Early in the second period Jon Hobbs of Wisconsin" recovered-a fumbled lateral that. Ninowski j threw on the Spartan 11." Three smashes took the ball to the .one, and Danny Lewis went over- for the Badgers only touchdown. Hobbs converted. Martin got loose on his great ------- . - -; run on the following kickoff,, go- 72 attempts. Jim Van Pelt tumbled jng all fche way tfl && Badger-' 32 50; on the Michigan nine and !<>**: be f 0re Lewis n , ailed him f. rom De .l 61 lend Jim Gibbons recovered. , . , a .. , , th , ,,, Meet The Assistant Coach 142 led to Iowa's first touchdown. ^625 85 The Wolverines lost 26 yards ,600 116'in their first fiv e ball - carrying 26 ANN ARBOR, Mich. WV-Iowa's resourceful Hawkeyes, battling Three plays later fullback John Nocera plunged into the end zone. Iowa Michigan Iowa scoring 707 7—21 0 21 0 0—21 — Touchdowns: •i COl/14 X *- VI L** ,ki» i • *- — ^ — — j —• __..-- ^, every inch of the way to wipe!Nocera (2, plunge); Horn (3, run) • Duncan (l foot plunge. Convert-it vpars of frustration scram-1 > vui. j -«u i sions: Prescott 3. bled to a pair ofjast half touchdowns and gained a 21 tie u"""s """ ° .,. ,,. , ;„„„ cot with quick striking Micnigan Sat- hind six plays mpyed the to the 14. Then Ninowski's pass intended for .Martin was ruled complete on the three • on an interference ruling. Martin scored from there. Most of fche final two periods were played in-the light rain, with .Michigan State controlling the Michigan scoring— Touchdowns | ball much of the time. Pace (65, punt return); Van Prahst Pelt) and a national television audience. The defending Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions, Iowa over came a sluggish first half and never lest their poise a s quarterback Randy Duncan engineered two late drives that kept the Hawkeyes undefeated. Iowa swept into a 7-0 lead and Van Pelt 3. MSU BRUISES BADGERS MADISON, Wis. Iff^-Jim Ninow- Late in the last quarter, the\ Spartans began a march from the Wisconsin 48 with Kowalczyk doing most of the ball carrying. They drove- to the one-foot line, and in the final seconds, Kowalczyk went over for the third Spartan touchdown. football game Saturday before luWa oWcpl mi-v a • w •"•"- — T • luuuuan ^m^w ^« ^ threatened' to turn th e game intoj 50j000 fans a t Camp Randall Sta- t * •• JT- _T_ I «vnn ^Yff.TiT*/>OY\r_ 1 * - __ II Gd^V*-^^* V " V — -1— - V, t_f <, rout before Michigan intercepted two passes and turned both of them into touchdowns. Michigan had defeated Iowa four straight years by coming from behind and Forest Evashevski, Iowa's coach and on- s of Michigan's all time great backs, never has been able to defeat his old school. dium. The Spartans, who are now 4-1 in conference action and are ranked sixth in the nation, moved a step closer to a possible conference and a Rose Bowl bid. The Badgers have a 1-3 record in Big Ten play. -Michigan State took an early lead, thanks to Ninowski's passes, the Rose puncutred with its brilliant come-from - behind effort. The Hawkeyes moved 68 yards with the second half kickoff and then roared -48 yards early in the final period for the •tying points. Fullback Don Horn scored the first Hawk touchdown of the .second half and Duncan added the 11 important fourth period touch down on a sneak from the one foot line. End Bob Prescott calmly boot- td tine extra point that deadlocked it at 21-21. Iowa threw up an eight man' line that completely stopped Michigan's running gam e and the Wolverines resorted to passes and sharp defensive work for all their scores. -21 07 0 Ou-7 .ivuru^'.ukJVA * j " *—• " ' i>b*Ai bisut_4.iijirrr.u» ski's passes,, plus a powerhouse | Michigan State 7707 Spartan line that relentlessly Wisconsin ' wore down the Badgers, brought Michigan State a 21-7 victory over Wisconsin in a bruising Big Ten Michigan State /scoring—Touohdowns: Gilbert (4, plunge); Martin 03, plunge); Kowalczyk ..(1 foot, plunge). Conversions: Kaiser 3. Wisconsin scoring—Touchdowns: Lewis (1, plunge). Conversions: J. Hobbs. Sooners Squirm To Beat Kansas State For46ffcV/cfory MANHATTAN, Kan. UP) — The Oklahoma Sooners, anything but mighty Saturday, sweated out a 13-0 victory over a-souped - up Kansas State College football team that battled its heart out for an upset. The Sooners, rated second nationally, struck for a touchdown in fee second quarter and another in the third as they racked up their 46th • consecutive victory before a slim gathering of 15,000 on a cold, cloudy day. Kansas State, with a mediocre 2-4-1 record, played Oklahoma to 0-0 first quarter tie and refused .to let the roof fall in at any time as end Don Zadnik and halfback Ralph Pfeifer dominated the game with tremendous defensive (Fifth of a series of weekly articles recognizing assistant coaches at Logansport high school.) , .. Logansport high school's new assistant basketball coach once "held" Big George Mikan to 37 points, w,hile Paying for Indiana State College against the mighty DePaul Demons in the final game of the DePaul Invitational tournament in the Chicago Stadium BUCKS WIN AGAIN CODUMBUS, Ohio W — Ohio in 1947. That would be Iowa, wihich cannot return to on i y to have the Badgers tie the Bowl, nevertheless' score in the second quarter. The Michigan's chances. gpartans quickly went back into ' ' the lead, then added a third touchdown in a light rain, during the all State took the undisputed Western Conference lead and a giant stride toward the Rose Bowl Saturday by blasting Northwestern's Wildcats, 47- 6, for their fourth straight league -conquest. The victory, coupled with' the 21-21 Iowa - Michigan tie, leveled the road to Pasadena for Ohio. The Bucks could lose one of their three remaining games and still get the Rose Bowl bid. Don Clark, Ohio's junior halfback who leads the Big Ten in offense, was the big difference as he scored four of the seven touchdowns which routed the Wildcats. The Buckeyes, blasting the Northwestern forward wall to pieces, moved 394 yards in the seven scoring drives and needed speeuy oycu..™ „««>, — onl y 43 P lavs for the seven touch- feature on one of the touchdown downs. That was an average of last seconds of play. The Badgers were pushed over the,field early in the game, then rallied to hold Michigan State well in check before tiring late in the game from the hard-hitting Spartan attack. Ninowski, the Big Ten's leading passer, put his team into position for both of its first half touchdowns when he connected with •some fine tosses. A great return of a kickoff by Blanche Martin, Spartan back, also was a John Bennett, pictured above with his family at home, 708 Glenway drive. Left to right are Frances, an Evansville girl who married John 11 years ago after a campus romance; Randy, age 9; Bennett and Gail, age 7. • The children attend Daniel 'Webster school. 'There's another chapter to the Mikan story, however, that should be a part of the record. Two months after the fabulous Mikan established a Stadium scoring record at-Bennett's expense, he THE JOHN BENNETT FAMILY suffered through his leanest collegiate evening with a mere K) points. Bennett and room mate Joe DePugh double-teamed Mikan that night. A native of Laconia in Harrison county on the Ohio river, Bennett's most memorable high school accomplishment was receiving the most valuable player trophy in the county tournament. • Bennett played two seasons of varsity ball at Indiana State when the Sycamores won the Midwest invitational tourney at Terre Haute, and placed second in both the NAIB meet in Kansas City and the . DePaul Invitational. He'll never forget, of course, playing before 23,640 fans on a Madison Square Garden cage program. The Berries' aide coached six seasons at. Sandborn in Knox county, a school with about 60 students. ' One year only 21 boys were enrolled. Twenty of these Yo.lsDown N.Carolina CHAPEL HEX, N. C. UB-The " ; knife-like running of tailback Bobby Gordon, who scofed two touchdowns, led once-beaten Tennessee to an impressive 35-0 vie-. tory over North Carolina Saturday before a crowd of 34,000. The Vols exploded for their biggest showing of the season by scoring in every period to completely outclass the heavier Tar Heels. It was Tennessee's fifth' victory against an opening 7-0 loss to Auburn. North Carolina has a ^3 record. Gordon, a diving terror when •the yards were needed, rammed over from the 5 for a touchdown in the first period and scored again in the third from the three. Wing-back Carroll Yourik scored' two touchdowns-in the second pe- (Staff Photo) played basketball and the other was student manager. Bennet compiled a record of 73 victories and 17 defeats his last four -campaigns at Sandborn and after coaching one year at Spencer, quit the teaching profession x> enter private business. He came out of retirement after :wo and one-half years later at the request of Supt. Charles Sharp to teach English literature at LHS. This year he's back at his mathematics specialty in addition to assisting Jim Jones, the new varsity cage mentor. •The "6-5% and 210 pounder played seven campaigns of semi-pro efforts. Oklahoma scored its first touchdown early in the second period after its All-America candidate, Clendon Thomas, ran back a punt 17 yards to K-Sfcate's 35. Thomas made the last six yards on a slice over tackle 10 plays later. Quarterback Garl-Dodd converted. A blocked punt eased fche way for Oklahoma's other' touchdown in the third-period. Sooner, guard Dick Corbitt blocked Keith Wilson's punt and end Steve Jennings captured it on the Kansas State-43. After that it" took six plays for the touchdown. Halfback Bobby .Boyd got it from toe one yard stripe. Oklahoma picked up 232 yards rushing but, as in the case ol Kansas State's 120 yards, most of •bhe ball moving was well away from scoring territory. In addition to scoring their basketball against opposition like the Harlen Globe Trotters, Fort Wayne Pistons, Kansas City Monarchs, Boston Whirlwinds, Indianapolis Kautskys among others. Bennett served two years with the army infantry in the European theater and was discharged after receiving the Purple Heart. riod, one from 6 inches away, fee ther from th e one. The latter- ouchdown was set up on a 32- ard run by Co-Capt. Billy Anerson. Tennessee added another touch- own in the fourth period when illback Oarl Smith broke around jft end and raced 53 yards down- e sidelines. The deadly-blocking Vols popped, two Tar Heel drives deep in Ten- icssee victory, one on the nine in he first period and another on he three in the last quarter. The orange-shirted Vols scored the first time they got possession,' moving 48 yards in 1/1 plays with; Gordon scoring around right end rom the five. Danny Burklow converted the first of four extra points. Bill Gent kicked the other jxtra point. forty - sixth consecutive victory Oklahoma ran its Big Eight string to 62 games without a loss. The Sooner-s now have soared in their last 121 games. Oklahoma Kansas State Oklahoma scoring— Touchdowns Thomas (6,' run). Boyd 01 plunge). Conversion: Dodd (place marches. Michigan State went 48 yards in seven plays for its first touch______ down after Ninowski connected on The Hawkeyes defense, the na- passes to Dave Kaisiir, Martin Bowling LADIES THURSDAY LEAGUE w : about nine yards a play. Showing devastating- power on the ground and a dangerous passing attack for the first time, the Buckeyes went 29 yards in four plays, 72 in 11, 46 in "-7, 74 in 10, 50 in 2, 63 in 4 and 60 in5 for their scores. Northwestern made a few threats and most of them were halted by fumbles, interceptions or penalties, but the Wildcats put together one startling drive which spanned the 'intermission between the thkd and fourth periods. On that one they went 74 yards in four plays with Ron Bur-ton rom- iping 26 yards around end, taking a 30-yard pass from Chip Hoi- comb and then banging 15 yards around end for the counter. Will- •mer Fowler had made three yards on the first play. The Wildcats did something none of the previous Buckeye foes has been able to accomplish — score in the final period. Northwestern 000 6—6 Ohio State 6 14 Ifl 14-47 Northwestern scoring— Touch- The Tap Golden Rule All-State Insurance Glen Reid Roofers Jones Auto Wolf Construction W.S.A.L. Myers Florist Logan Bowlmor Irene's Pantry Gossard Courier Express 17 17 17 16 15 14 14 13 13 10 9 9 10 10 10 11 12 13 13 14 14 17 18 18 Hobart Harriers Win State Title INDIANAPOLIS UP) — Favorite Russ Lash of Indianapolis Howe won the 12th annual Indiana high school cross country championship in near-record time Saturday, but a dark-horse Hobart team dethroned Muncie" Central's 1956 champions. Lash, weakened by influenza, had all he could do to outlast a LATE PASS CLICKS NEW- HAVEN UP)—A four-yard pass from Dave Bradley to Brian Hepburn with'ten seconds to play gave favored Dartmouth a 14-14 tie with Ivy League rival Yale in the bowl Saturday, 076 0000- DRUGGED SAILORS The expression "to shanghai person" dates from the days whe sailors, who frequented the bar and opium dens of the Port o Shanghai, often were drugged an i carried aboard ship. Tennessee 7 14 7 7-35 North Carolina 0 000—0^ Tennessee scoring-^Touchdowns: Gordon 2 (5, run 3, plunge): Young 2 (6 .inches, plunge; 1, plunge); C. Smith (S3, run). Con-' versions: Burklow 4, Gent. A TIP ON FURNITURE Furniture manufacturers say life can be added to your furniture by' occasionally oiling its moving metal parts,'such as rocker springs," reclining chair mechanisms and casters or glides. A coating of light machine oil on bearings, hinges, and joints and other spots where metal touches metal will eliminate', annoying squeaking when the furniture is in use. $5.00—$5.95 Now all men can enjoy the same perfect fit, comfort and tailoring in casual wear that they insist upon in business and dress shirts. For Arrow takes the "sloppy look" out of sport shirts by making them in measured sleeve lengths. Now the sleeves are never too short, never too long, but always just right! Be sure to see our fine selection of stripes, plaids and woven patterns in fine cottons and solid colors in rayon gabardine. CHECK YOUR SIZE: down: Burton (15-run). Ohio State scoring—Touchdown Clark 4 (4, run; 7, run; 5, pass from Kremtolas; 28, run); Lebeau (2, plunge); Houston (51, pass-run from Kremblas); Trivisonno (2, (-2, plunge). Conversions: Sufcher- in 3, Kilgore, Spychalski. Texas A&M Wins7to6 i FAYF/FTEVljLE, Ark. (^Massive John Crow, Texas A&M tank- like halfback, tore through a determined Arkansas .line on a 12- yard . touchdown rim to give the nation's No. 1 football team a slim 7-6 victory over the die-hard Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday. The Aggies, crowded by the fierce line play of the fired-up Razorbacks, were behind 6-0 at •the end of the first period. Arkansas' touchdown was the only score against-.'the Ag-gie defense by a Southwest Conference team- this season. When the Aggies clinched the victory with a pass interception in the last minute, it was a victory largely earned on the broad Two games each were won by Golden Rule, Jones Auto, Courier Express, WSAL, Glen Reid. Roofers and The Tap. .„.-.„, 500 Series — Annie Savmi 512 (170,143,199). ' 450 Series-A. Willy 483, J. Miller 479, E. Shanks 461, K. Pasquale 452, S. Gaby 497, K. Silvers 451, M. Green 450, B. Holton 454, B. Duddy 456, R. D'Andrea 474, L. Linden 462. 160 Games-A. Willy 191, K. Lantz 169, J. Miller 164'and 174, D. Rumpp 177, G. Hufford 160, E. Shanks 162, K. Pasquale 167, S. Gaby 165 and 191, K. Silvers 171 and 160, M. Green 164, G. Sheetz 164, T Amelio 162, J. Werner 167, B. Hatton 160 and 181, E. Randolph 166, V. Hardin 160, B. Duddy 165, J. Emerson 169, R. D'Andrea determined barger, 15 bid by Chuck Um- Elkhart sophomore, „„„„, „, and hit the tape in 9:50.1. The winning time was only 1.3 seconds off the meet mark set in 1953 by Max T-ruex of Warsaw. Bob Patterson of Muncie Central ran third, Don Hancock of Hobart fourth, and, Steve Hibler of Ft. Wayne Concordia took the fifth and last' medal. Team scores: Hobart 91, Muncie Central 116, Indpls. Shortridge 128, Anderson 163, Ft. Wayne North Side 157, Calumet Township 1'86, Indpls. Tech 204, Ft. Wayne Central 227, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 262, Indpls. North Central 268, Elkhart 301, Evans- vine .Reitz 304, Valparaiso 305, Warsaw 315, Martinsville 361, Washington Catholic 411, Washington (Ind,) 481, Hammond Morton 4S9. tktfvnt time mr! Samso 191. CITY LEAGUE Rehm's Clothiers Shanks Oilers Lowe's Roofing Muehlhausen Hawkins Bowlmor Three games W 19 17 17 14 7 7 L 8 10 10 13 20 20 Train Case Sale were won by shoulders of Crow. The Razorbacks had crushed Collar Sleeve 31-34 M 32-35 32-35 I 33-34 Use Our Budget Account CLOSED MONDAYS SHOP: Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 9-5 Frictoy 9 a.m.-9 p.m. the-A&M offense repeatedly except for the big halfback', who was called on 24 times to carry the ball. -It was a bitter loss for .the Arkansas team that 'had moved against the tough Aggies with a superb charging line and the end sweeps, and line thrusts of fullback Gerald Nesbitt aivd halfback Rehm's and Muehlhausen; two games were won by Lowe's over Bowlmor. 600 Series—Don Pollitt 625 (215, 209,201): 550 Series—A Grusienmeyer 589, J. Burkhart 565, R. Holloway 582, 200 Games—A Gru'seiuneyer -213 and 211, J. Burkhart 201, F. Iannelly 213, J. lannelly 212, A. Brinkruff 214, R. Holloway 208 and 205, S. Kalb 215. WEDNESDAY LADIES LEAGUE w Combs Shoes ....21 Perk's Cafe - 19 Rendezvous 17 Joe & Pinky's. 15 MueMhausen .15 Chronicle Printing ...i.13% Kriegh & Peg j-13 Peerless Cleaners ......12% General Tire H Haugh's Sundries ...... 9% Shoemaker .Fruit L .6 8 10 12. 12' 13% 14 14% 16 18 CWA-CIO ..... ....... '..'6% 20% Three games were won by Joe & Pinky's;.Two games by Perk's Cafe, General Tire, Muehlhausen, Chronicle and Krieg. 500 Series— EUen Reap 516 (162152-202); Anna Savini 519 (170-148201). Dannie Stone. Texas A&M Arkansas 0700—7 600 0—6 Texas A&M scoring — Touch- run). Converdowns: Crow (12, sion: Taylor. Arkansas scoring—^Touchdowns: Christian 01, run). 450 Series—H. Hoffman 475, P. Kantzer 455, Gilberston 458, D. Rump 490. •--••" 160 Games—Rump 172-164, Gilbertson 186, Pashong 180, Mcllrath 173, B. Klepinger 171, Hoffman 176-161, Kantzer 161-161, H. Fellers 162, Pierce 168, M. Beck '162, D. Brinkrufi 179. ' ArmySfepsPosf Colgofe53To7 WEST FOUNT, N. Y, (B^Anny staged an eight touchdown review for President Eisenhower Saturday, smothering Colgate 537-with halfback ; -Pete Dawfcins scoring three" time's . and Bob Anderson : twice, • although the Cadets gave the ball away time after time on fumbles. Quarterback Dave Bourland directed .a versatile -attack that Colgate simply couldn't contain' 1 . • Dawkins, son-of a Lt.. Colonel in the Air Force'-and a top flight' student in the class of '59 gave Ike and the grads of -'15 an eye- full. The 19-year-old right halfback from- Royal Oak, Mich., sped for three of the first four Army touchdowns and threw a lefthanded pass to Anderson for the fourth. The President remained through the final' stages of the one' sided-ball game played before. 25,450 fans under leaden skies. AUBURN WINS AUBURN, Ala. ; ffl — Two lightning-like thrusts for touchdowns gave unbeaten -Auburn an impressive 13-0 'victory;'over Florida Saturday. The,'game was not as close as the seor e sounds. The victors, ranked No. 4 in the nation, dominated the game completely with their rock-ribbed line, reducing the. Florida attack to impotence. Jimmy Phillips, All - America candidate, took a short pass from quarterback Lloyd Nix for a &3- yarder to clinch the game- in, the opening minutes of the third quar- SfroamUte Train GM.UHII PUS TAX fin ftl KAWAHAW RAWHIDE FINWH, SADDLE TAN, BERMUDA GftSEN, ADMIRAL UVt, QOtOMOO MOW* IONOOM 9**. Ultralite Train ter. Fullback Brlly Atkins had slammed across from the 5 late in. the second.period' for the other Tiger score.. A 26-yard burst by back "Bobby Hoppe~,sef it up." m Hoffis 52 travet neefot • Most practical, Seawii/uJ case a woman can ownf • Fabulous magnesium / makes it so U$M yo* scarcely know you've carrying i# Avoi/ab/e In VAPOR WHITE,-AIHHN6 GREY, SEA BLUE, SEA GREEN, fcttQMINO, RED-WHITE, BtUE-WWIW, Pre»Chri$tmas Special...Buy Now STORE HOURS: Mon. 9 to 5 TUBI., 9 lo 5 Wed., 91o 12 Thurj.,9 to 5 Fri.,9to9 Sat., 9 to 5

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