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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 4, 1957
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LOGANSPGRT PUBLIC LIBRARY Monday Evening, November 4, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* Eevca Winamac Invades Camden In Area Cage Feature Both Schools to Floor Veteran Perfonmers Lucerne, Royal Center, Metea, Tipton and Washington Tp. Seek Second Victories in Cass County. Winamac's invasion of Camden Friday night will headline a busy schedule of basketball appearances for schools in the Logansport area. The Indians from Pulaski coun- carnpaign with a pair of games, hosting the Pulaski Yellow Jackets on Tuesday and invading Twelve Mile on Friday. The Milers hope to even their slate at 1-1 after an opening loss to Fully are seeking revenge for a 63'don, in a game with Deer CuteK to 60 setback administered by Wednesday. Camden "last year when the Red Devils rallied to pour home eight points in the last two minutes of a thriller. Camden Coach Dennis Horn has three regulars and one part-time regular quintet, back from his 1957-58 while Coach Dee Baker lists four returning first stringers. The game marks the opener for both schools. A veteran but quintet will make small Flora its season's debut Friday night invading Rossville for a Hoosier conference encounter. In Cass county business, Royal Center goes aifter its second straight victory, entertaining the Lucerne Lions, after whipping a strong Medaryville rival last week. Luceren celebrated a victorious opening, too, turning back the Chili Bears, 58 to 56 in a double overtime struggle. Metea, a 58 to 50 winner, over the Buffalo Bisons, invades Washington Township to test the Young America is scheduled outside the county for a date at Burlington. The area schedule follows: 'Tuesday Pulaski at New Waverly Atwood at Aubbeenaubbee Tp • Roann at Gilead Union Tp. at Monterey Wednesday Deer Creek at Twelve Mile Colfax at Burlington Thursday Mexico at Deedsviile Friday Tipton Tp. at Galveston Lucerne at Royal Center Melea at Washington Tp. New Waverly at Twelve Mile Young America at Burlington Idaville at Pine Tp. Silver Lake at Akron Buffalo at Burnettsville Star City at Monterey Kewanna at Argos Wadena at Cutler Monon at Medaryville NAVY SINKS IRl'SH, 20-TO-6 Hatchets, who edged out Young;Beaver Dam at Gilead America, 37 to 34 in their curtain raiser. Tipton Township's Tigers and Galveston will stage a basketball meeting Friday night with Tipton looking powerful as a result of its 75 to 58 win over Burlington. The Cards dropped a four-point decision to Northwestern of Howard county. New Waverly opens the new 'Lull Before Storm As State Athletes Change Uniforms INDIANAPOLIS CUP) — Indiana's young high school basketball season reached the lull before the storm stage today, with most schools. in the process of changing football togs for hardwood outfits. Reynolds at Battle Ground Chili vs. Somerset at Deedsviile Richland Center at Fulton Chalmers at Francesville Talma at Grass Creek Winamac at Camden Flora at Rossville Saturday Fair Oaks at Wolcott Prairie Tp. vs. Deer Greek at Camden Taylor Only State Eleven Still Unbeaten INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Taylor, Indiana's lone remaining unbeaten and untied college football club, Sooners Eye 4th Straight Unbeaten Year Odds 2-1 Against Texas -Aggies Or Auburn Escaping ; By UNITED. PRESS Oklahoma is rated a 1-2 favorite TAKE 2-GAME LEAD IN NFL Forty-Miners Produce Fourth "Miracle" Finish By UNITED PRESS The San Francisco Forty-Miners, boasting Y. A. Tittle, R. C. Owens and the spirit that moved the gold miners o£ a century ago, took a two-game lead in the National Football League's Western Divito complete a fourth straight un-| s j on Sunday while 'the Cleveland Browns clung, to their one-game margin in the east. San Francisco, threatening to crack open the western race, produced its fourth "miracle" finish ot the season to edge the Detroit Lions, 35-31, on Tittle's 41-pard touchdown pass to Owens with 10 seconds to go. beaten and untied season, but the odds are 2-1 against either Texas A&M or Auburn escaping, the 1957 brand of "upset lightning." The Sooners, Aggies and- Plainsmen were' left as the nation's only perfect record major- teams Saturday when Notre Dame bowed to Navy, 20-6, and Iowa and Dart- Stribling led tho Philadelphia Eagles to a 38-21 upset triumph over the Chicago Cardinals. San Francisco and Cleveland j have 5-1 records. Detroit and Bal-l timore are tied behind San Fran- cis.co with 3-3 marks while New York and Pittsburgh trail Cleveland with 4-2 records. Earl Morrall, whose 18 completions in 30 tries for 270 yards was the best one-game passing performance of the season, paced Pittsburgh at Baltimore with scoring tosses of 48 and 22 yards to Ray Mathews. downing Florida, 13-0. Despite.the upsets, the bowl pic- ' Notre Dame's Chuck Lima (48) Is brought down by Don Chomixz of Navy in the first quarter of the game played at South Bend. In the 31st encounter between the schools, the Middies handed Notre Dame their first defeat of the season by a score of 20-to-G, before a capacity' ture is coming'rapidlp into focus. crowd of 58,000. (International Soundphoto.) ; It looks like Oregon vs. Ohio State in the Rose; Mississippi vs. Texas A&M or Texas in the Sugar; Texas A&M or Texas vs. Army or Navy in the Cotton, and Oklahoma vs. (Duke in the Orange. Face Rugged Foes mouth were.tied. It was no picnic. A the teams m lhe half CJev , eIarKi for the "Big Three" either, Okla- j k ; their m scnedul es, New York homa beating Kansas State, 13-0,' tl Browns became the team tojpfusburgh .I" the Eastern Division byi chicagogcar(is Eastern Division W L T 1 0 2 0 PURDUE GETS NEXT CRACK Ohio State Best Bet For Rose Bowl Berth CHICAGO ('UP) — Ohio State loomed today as the Big Ten's best bet for a Kose Bowl bid, but the Buckeyes must test their undefeated conference record against an upset-minded Purdue Saturday, not to mention power-laden Michigan and Iowa on subsequent weekends. The Bucks moved into the to? spot of the Big Ten football with an easy 47-G romp over winless BIG TEN STANDINGS W. L. T. Pet. TP OP Ohio State Iowa Mich. St. Michigan Minnesota Purdue Illinois Wisconsin INrthwstrn Indiana 400 1.000 140 26 3 0 1 .875 95 35 .,. 4 1 0 .800 142 47 defeating the Washington Red- Washington skins, 21-17. Philadelphia The Pittsburgh Steelers gave AVestern Division San Francisco a big .assist by ,W L T downing the Baltimore Colts, 19-13. Baltimore and Detroit started the day tied for second in the west, a' game behind the Forty-Niners. Pittsburgh and the New York Giants remained. 1 a game behind All three of the perfect-record t" 3 " 13 remained/a game oenmu inm c tako on rnmprt iwnnsilinn I Cleveland. New York's defense first half and added a fourth tally in the third period before he left the game. Iowa rallied for two touchdowns in the'second half to come off with a -21-21 deadlock against Michigan. Randy Duncan scored the tying touchdown for the Ifowkoyes with a one-yard plunge in the final period and Bob Prescott kicked his third extra point. Jim Pace turned in the longest run of the game when he returned a punt 65 yards for a Michigan touchdown. Michigan State kept its faint Rose Bowl bid hopes alive by cracking for two first half touchdowns and then adding a last min- 2 1 1 .622 K 77 u t e touchdown by Walt Kowalczyk teams take on rugged opposition | next Saturday with Oklahoma op- ', posing Missouri (3-0 in the Big Eight and 5-1-1 overall), Texas A&M facing Southern Methodist (1-1 in the Southwest Conference and 2-2-1 overall) and Auburn meeting Mississippi State (fl-1 in the Southeastern Conference and 5-i overall). Notre Dame plays Michigan State and Navy meets Duke in non-conference national attractions but next Saturday's schedule features mostly those back-yard conference feuds which so often produce upsets. Oklahoma Nears Title Oklahoma will wrap up the Big Eight title if it beats Missouri and Oregon, with the Rose Bowl bid 320 .600 116 81 2 2 I 3 1 3 Conference to make foe Manchester ils The majority of the larger ; eighth straight victim Saturday schools have a week toget set; an( j Purdue's stout defense gets a for the long grind, which opened j chance lo knock Ohio State from last Friday with a scattering of the Big Ten lead. Taylor, 18-0 winner over Defiance, Ohio, Saturday, is the new HOC leader by virtue of Hanover's 29-20 loss at Anderson. Manches-] games that saw all three small- town unbeaten powers of last year victorious. Among the better games Friday are Brownstown at Corydon, Mad- __ n ison at Paoli, Orleans at Salem games" so" far this season. and Scottsburg at Providence. Milan, state champion in 1954, opens against Vevay at Versailles Saturday. Terre Haute State of the West- era Conference opens against Syencer Tuesday and is at Honey Creek Friday. 0 .500 72 63 '0 .250 61 74 0 .250 50 72 0 .000 26 128 0 .000 7191 Northwestern. The victory, aided by a 21-21 tie between Michigan and Iowa, left Coach Woody Hayes' squad the only unbeaten and untied team in the league. Purdue, which hung a upset loss on Michigan State two,weeks ago, could pull a repeat Saturday against Ohio State and throw the race wide open again. Boilermakers scored their conference victory against while the Spartan defense held Wisconsin's Badgers to one touchdown. That came on a one-yard plunge by Danny Lewis. Minnesota finally found the winning combination after dropping two straight conferece games and hung a 34-0 defeat on hapless paced a 31-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers in what coach Jim Lee Howell of the Giants called "a game we had to win." The Giants are defending league and Eastern Division champions. George Blanda's three field San Francisco Baltimore Detroit Los Angeles Chicago Iowa Had To Play For Tie Says Ewie Field Goal Kicker, Top Pass Catchers Out Of Ball Game CHICAGO (UP) — Iowa was trapped with no receivers, a field goal kicker who couldn't play and a tired ball club when it got possession against Michigan in the televised football game Saturday with less than three minutes to play. Hence, Coach Forest Evashevski said today, "We had to play for the tie." "My first-thought was-to ?cl up to around tlieir 30 and then try 667! a field goal," he said, "but I ' 667 1 looked at (Bob) Prescott, our iiold ' 333 jgoal kicker, and said 'You can't 333 ! 8 ° ' 5ac ' c . can y° u?1 anc * he said 333 i 0' ! "1 sent word in at tho 19 to use p ct I action in the middle and hit the I flanks. We hit the flanks and got Pet. .833 .500| .500' .333 .333 .333 Green Bay Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 19 Baltimore 13 Cleveland 21 Washington 17 Philadelphia 38 Chicago Cards 21 New York 31 Green Bay 11 Chicago Bears 16 Los Angeles 10 San Francisco 35 Detroit 31 Next Sunday's Games goals gave the Chicago Bears a!Baltimore at Washington 1640 victory over the Rams be-. Chicago Cards at New York fore 80,456 at Los Angeles while! Detroit at Philadelphia Bobby Thomason's two scoring •plunges ,plus his two touchdown passes to Bob Walston and Bob Green Bay at Chicago (Bears) San Francisco at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at Cleveland Linden in Critical Shape After Crash FRESNO, CAlif. OOP) — Race mile track with Shorty Templeton, Seattle, Wash., second . and Bisch, Phoenix, Ariz., third. Art , . — ace _. , T .. ,. driver Andy Linden, 35, Indianapo- I OD I rCntOn Handicap - a ton in the Pacific Conference. In the Big 10, Ohio State faces Purdue while Iowa attempts to bounce back against Minnesota and Michigan hopes to keep going against Illinois; Texas ASM can still be challenged in the Southwest Conference by Texas, which Indiana in the mud. The Gophers |meets winless Baylor Saturday; held only a 7-0 lead at halftime, 'but built up steam and smothered the Hoosiers in the second half. Surprising Purdue added to their upset stock by ruining Illinois' Dad's Day celebration 21-6. Jim Redinger picked off an Illinois League, pass and ran 58 yards for a touchdown to set the stage and Bob Spoo directed the Boilermaker at- Mississippi, unbeaten along with Auburn in the Southeastern, is playing Louisiana State and Princeton. (4-0) plays Harvard (2-2) while Dartmouth (3-0-1 1 ) meets Columbia (1-4) in the Ivy , • i i. . • (•••'». ScuUllU CUlllclU1I*-C vif-u* y agujuab ^^v^ —... ~~—— ter has been beaten in six of eignt t j defeating Illinois, 21-6, '.tack with prowess, "arnes so far this season. Saturday for further proof that the I In a non Big Ten Midwest game, Hanover's loss clipped a four- Lafayette I'nd , squad must be I Navy torpedoed previously -unbeat- teen game winning string over ' " --- "-'— " -" - -•""- TJ -" «'-"- Lewisvilte, Otterbein and Windfall, all undefeated in the regular two seasons, Purdue, which lost the battle of the statistics but got the breaks in a 21-5 viclory at Illinois, travels to Ohio; Indiana, 34-0 loser at Minnesota, hosts Cincinnati, and Notre Dame is at Michigan State. The .Irish also were dropped from -he , . 1 J , J.4. 1£ II C11OU VY t.1 li Ul l/L/HC-U 11 Uili l.C season last toe racked up open- j f t rank . b th N i«« <->i->wr. iri^fjM»ia^ Incr hVinnv * * w •• ' ing-game victories last Friday. This Friday, Windfall hosts Jackson Twp. (Clinton Co.); Lewisville entertains Mooreland, and Otterbein travels to Boswell. 9 Prep Clubs Eye Perfect Grid Season INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Nine Indiana high school football teams, the largest number in years, were virtually assured of perfect regular seasons today. Five made it through last week and top-ranking South Bend Central, fourth - rated Indianapolis Tech and Terre Haute Garfield, No. 6 in the United Press coaches' poll, were ' highly-favored this week. And it'll take a king-size upset to deny Evansville Reitz, No. 2, a perfect season. The Panthers, 40-7 conquerors, of Indianapolis Cathedral last Saturday, wind up late this month. East Chicago Roosevelt's VVest NIHSC champs, Kokomo and Noblesville carved out perfect records last Friday. Royerton and Gary Wirt did it earlier, but Wirt subsequently lost a "post-season" game to city foe Emerson. Only Terre Haute Wiley. Rich-| mond and Conncrsville finished perfect last 1 year. Games postponed by flu and scattered warfare-in the southern and western portions headline this week's program. South Bend Central, Roosevelt's NI'HSC play-off rival next week, collides with citp foe Adams Friday. In other top citp games, Tech goes against Shortridge, and Garfield against Schulte. Reitz has a 20-1 Franklin is at Hanover in Hie only other HCC game Saturday. In the Indiana Collegiate Conference,' front-runner St. Joseph's hosts Evansville, DePauw is at Butler, and Ball Slate at Indieina State;. Butler won its third in a TOW at Evansville last Saturday. M-7, and St. Joe pummeled Ball SUite, 55-7. Fullback Keith Fingerhut got three of the markers. Once-beaten DePauw made it four in a row, copping its first aerial, junket with a 39-18 victory at Rochester, N.Y., as quarterback Morrie Goodnight passed for three touchdowns and made another. Wabash took Washington & Lee of Virginia, 34-13,. but Earlham and Manchester, lost to Ohio rivals. Oberlin' trounced hapless Earlham, 45-0, and Bluffton beat Manchester, 40-28, w although Jim Easton scored twice and -passed for two other tallies in a losing cause. Valparaiso of the ICC defeated Indiana-Central of the HOC, 13-7, in a game arranged, after their own league encounters! wen; called off because of flu. Also Saturday, Rose Poly is at Principia and Anderson iit Defiance, Earlham at Indiana Central, Wayne meets Valparaiso at LaPorte, and Southwestern, Tenn., travels to .Wabash. Jucnaj ^*.it^, a..i\j,, w*j«**~ *..—.-- — — taken seriously. In other Big Ten games, Michigan State remained in Rose Bowl contention by downing Wisconsin, 21-7, and Minnesota rolled over the weak Indiana Hoosiers, 34-0. Don Clark starred in the Buckeye victory, scoring 24 points. He hit for three touchdowns in the Rookie Goalie Wins Twice for Rangers By UNITED PRESS The New York Rangers learned one thing (luring the weekend— they can depend on Marcel Faille lo fill in for regular goalie Lome Worsley in major league style at any time he:'s needed. Worsley, the Nalional Hockey en Notre Dame 20-6 with Ray Wellborn supplying most of the ammunition. Wellborn scored all three touchdowns, one on an explosive 79 gallop through the Irish line. Notre Dame's only score came when Dick Lynch gathered up a Wellborn fumble and ran 46 yards across the Middle goal. Palmer Wins At San Diego SAN Diego, Calif. (UP)— Plumb tuckered out from the arduous chores of followng-the golfing trail, San Diego Open champion Arnold Palmer quit the tournament circuit today and headed for his home in .Latrobe; Pa.,— league's leading goalie, was forced w ith $2,800 in his pocket. out of action last week with a sore iTh6 g0 od-looking, 27-year-old col- leg muscle. Paill ewas called up|i eBe graduate 'said he would not from, the Rangers' Providence (R.L) farm club in the American hockey league and led them to two victories in as many starts. The youn'g goal tender blanked the Boston Bruins, 4-0, Saturday in a nationally televised game from Madison Square Garden, and came' bnck to beat the Chicago Hawks, -3-2 Sunday. In Sunday's only other game, the Bruins snapped a six -game losing streak in beating the Detroit Red Wings, 4-0. Bronco Horvath ..^pori Him irnalc and Don Sim- compete in any more golf ^tournaments this year. One reason- may be the income tax business. In collecting first money here Sunday, he sky-rocketed his season's winnings to $27,627.80. He previously had won the Houston, Akron and Azalea (Wilmington, Del.) opens — and he has been close up ir: most of -the other tournaments around the country. • He finished off a great week by shooting a 70 Sunday which gave him a 72-hole total of 271—17 shots a "500" veteran, condition today •: crackup in a 100-lap criti- a national championship midget auto race. Linden's racer crashed through :he east wall of the Clovis Speedway Sunday. Linden was taken to Fresno Community Hospital where bis condition was listed as "criti- As "Race of the Year" CAMDEN", N. J. ('UP)—The $75,000 Trenton Handicap at Garden State Park Saturday was shaping up today as "the race of the year." Round Table, Dedicate and Bold Ruler are regarded as probable down and then it was up to Randy (Duncan). Then Michigan sagged off. They went imo the box with their Jina backers back so all we could throw wore short hooks, and we could make as much yardage running." Evashevski said the Hawkcye passing game was handicapped because "our best receiver, (Don) Norton, was out, (Jim) Gibbons was out of gas, and we could see that Duncan was cramped up and couldn't throw well. "So then I thought let's not give up the ball. I haled to sellle for a tic, but Randy couldn't go with no receivers and we had to kill it with -running. We couldn't lake a chance on a pass because we had no pursuit left, and if they'd got it, we had nobody to cover." Evashevski said the Hawkeyes, who came from behind with two second half touchdowns for a 21-21 lie with the Wolverines for a' blot on their unbeaten record, "had a lost weekend out there for 10 minutes" when Michigan scored all 'of"its points in the second period. "Duncan got hurl, and we kind of went to pot," he said. "They got that pass interception after the punt return and then we weren't staying with any plan, but just His best finish in the 500-mile j starters for the mile and one-! jumping all over. In the second quarter event and there is a half we stayed with our plan." Memorial Day grind at Indianapolis was fourth in 1951. He finished fifth this year. George Amick of Vanice, Calif., won the feature race on the half- strong possibility that Gallant Man also will join the field, skipping the Washington D.C. International at Laurel next Monday. The European viper is the only poisonous snake in Great Brilian, where it often is called adder. Navy Coach Lauds Team CHICAGO (UP) — Coach Eddie Erdelatz admits that Navy's six football victories, including Saturday's. 20-« triumph • over Notre Dame, is an "achievement," but "definitely not" enough to make Despite his conservative view of the future, Erdelatz had a tough time concealing his elation when his triumphant Midshipmen tropped into the dressing room after tagging Notre Dame with its first defeat of the season. "It .was great team effort, our best game of the season," he said He pointed to Tom Forrestal and said, "If that guy isn't that best quarterback In the country, then I'd like to know who is." .Forrestal, running the team with' flawless strategy, completed eight, passes for 166 yards, setting the] stage for two of Ray Wellborn's touchdowns and passing to Wellborn for the third. As for Wellborn, a lanky Texan who got away on a 79 romp for his' initial scoring effort, Erdelatz was all praise. "I've never seen him play better,, and that goes for our tackle Bob Refsnyder too," Erdelatz said. The stocky Navy skipper said two x INDIANA FOOTBALL By UNITED PRESS COLLEGE Purdue 21 Illinois 6 Navy 20 Notre Dame 6 Minnesota 34 Indiana 0 Anderson 29 Hanover 20 Taylor IB Defiance, Ohio, 0 St. Joseph's 55 Ball State 7 Valparaiso 13 IndianaCentral 7 Butler 19 Evansville 7 mons picked up his first shutout to spark the Bruins. Saturday North. date with Evansville In other better games this week, Celtics Win Fifth Straight in NBA By UNITED PRESS They say as Bob Cousy goes, so goes the Boston Celtics. But even without their star guard, the defending champions of the National Basketball Association remained unbeaten during the past weekend. The Celtics ran their early-season victory streak to five games! by knocking off the Syracuse Nationals, 107-83, at Boston Saturday , night and then whipped the Na- Wabnsh 34 Washington and Lee, jtionals, 143-95, Sunday night at under par, and mostly scored in adverse weather conditions. Balding picked up $1,900 for second place; Souchak, Rosburg and SANDY FIGHTS TONIGHT NEW YORK COP) —.Middleweight Randy Sandy of New York is favored at 8-5 to (Ace) Armstrong of tag Gene Elizabeth, N.J., with his first defeat tonight in their 'TV 10-rounder at St. Nicholas Arena. Casper tied for third with 273,! It will be televised by Dumont each collecting $1,233.33'. Far back, at 276, Paul Harney, Worcester, Mass.; Doug Ford, Mahopac, N.Y., and Dow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla., came next, each collecting $916.66. at 10:30 p.m. (e.s.t). Armstrong, an unusually smart boxer but a comparatively light puncher, seeks his 12th straight professional victory as he faces his first "name" opponent. Va., 13 Oberlin, Ohio, 45 Earlham 0 DePauw 39 Rochester, N.Y., 18 Ohio, 40 Manchester 28 Evansville Mater Dei entertains • Bluffton, city rival Bosse Thursday, Terre Haute Wiley meets Gerstmcycr of HIGH SCHOOL the same city, and Elkhart is at! Evansville Reitz 40 Indianapolis South tries Bend Riley. New Albany j Cathedral 7 Indianapolis Scecina and: South Bend Adams 12 Michigan Michigan City is at LaPorte Friday. Evansville Memorial and Central are paired for Saturday. First balloon flight in America was made by Francois Blanchard City 6 •New Albany 44 Evansville .Bcsse 7 Boonville Ky., 7 I New York. Cousy, fighting a touch of the flu, set out Saturday night's contest and saw only about seven minutes of action Sunday night, scoring five points. After a week lay-off, the New York Knickerbockers returned to action Sunday night and polished off the Philadelphia Warriors, 11395, in the second game of a dou- 40 Crittenden County, Ibleheader at Madison Square Garden. Dowagiac, Mich., 26 Howe Military o in 1793, with George Washington | Ohio Deaf School 20 Indiana Deaf among the spectators. School 6 The Detroit Pistons moved into a first place tie with Cincinnati in the Western Division by whipping | the Hoyals, 94-88. IN A '58* WE'LL DEMON5TRATI... Gome see Studebaker-Packard'a all- new Hawk-inspired styling. Sea America's lowest-priced, fult-aized car, the Scotsman . .. the (amoun Hawks ... the all-new Packard*! Then guest-drive the one that suttii you best. 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