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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
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Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY Bulldogs Seek Conference Lead Royal Center's unbeaten Bulldogs shoot tor undisputed leadership of the Midwest Conference basketball race tonight at Kcntland. The Boone township sharpshooters of Coach Russ Brown figure to take advantage of Camden talso 2-0) being idle in league play while participating in its own invitational tourney . . . Camden, the only other team boasting a perfect slate, created the situation by handing the Wolcott Wildcats their first setback last week . . . Monon also moved up to 3-1 by tripping FrEincesville. The Midwest standings: W Royal Center 2 Camden , 2 Wolcott 3 Monon 3 Brook 1 Frflnccsville * Fowler l> Kentland n Brookston 0 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .750 .750 .500 .250 .000 .000 .000 Pose Bowl Programs Available Big 10 Powers Face Major Tests Middies Earn Time Off for Good Practice Erdclnlz Sends Grictders Home Early for Holiday EDITOR'S NOTE: This is tlic fifth of 10 dispatches on the football bowl teams. The dispatches will cover the teams in the Gator, Orange, Rose, Sugar and Cotton bowls. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UP) — Rice and Cotton Bow! fans may see Navy flash an attack even smooth- N. Carolina Puts 36-Game String on Line CHICAGO (UP) — The Big Ten's few unbeaten basketball teams get major tests this weekend and any one of the three could suffer its first defeat. Minnesota, winner of its first three games, gets the roughest path. The Gophers play tonight and Saturday in the Kentucky In- vtiational Tourney -and will play national champion North Carolina tonight and either Kentucky or West Virginia Saturday. Midhigan State, unbeaten IHSAA Raps More Schools Violate 4-period Player Limits INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— The Indiana High School Athletic Association today placed three more schools on probation until April 1, 1958, for violating the recently- adopted four-period per session basketball player limit. Hartford Center forfeited its 53-38 victory over Geneva Dec. 13 ifor using an unidentified player four periods in the reserve game an e »ed ing the regular football season. , r[]e de i atz reason? Coach Eddie Era perfectionist, was so Hey, football fans! Here's your chance to obtain an official Ohio- Stale-Oregon Rose Bowl game program from the Pacific Coast Conference. Orders are now being accepted and will be filled and airmailed to purchasers when the attractive 56-page program comes of: „ _, ........ ........ .._ __ the press about Christmas . . . Simply mail $1.00 in currency, check , p i ease( 3 w ju, Navy's practices this — ..... ~ ~ ' ------ " ------ " " """ """ 'week that he allowed the Middies to depart Cor their Christmas leave two days ahead of schedule. Erdelatz refused to say how he planned to conduct practice when his team assembles in Dallas, Dec. 26. He explained that his plans depended on the condition of his men after their holiday. Also Dec. 13, both Indianapolis or money order to "Official Rose Bowl Game Program, P. 0. Box 909,! wcek that he a jiowed the Middies Pasadena, Calif." . . . The program in addition to regular game information contains stories and pictures of this oldest of all Bowl games. Rochester's Zebras and Winamac's Indians are entered in the Knox invitational basketball tournament December 27 against the host Knox Indians and North Judson Bluejays .. . . Winamac drew the powerful Bluejays who already hold a decision over the Puiaski county performers 'of Coach Dee Baker, at 1 p.m. . . . Coach Paul Rockwell sends his Zebra quintet against the host Knox cagers at 2-.30 p.m. . . . Consolation and championship games are billed for 7 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. that evening. 12 Strikes, But No 300 Here's something to drive keglers to toss their bowling balls into the Wabash river . . . Robert LeBaube of St. Louis marked 12 strikes in one game, but qualified only for an ABC 11-in-a-row award. You see the 168-averagc performer opened his third game with a gutter ball, then fired 12 consecutive strikes for 290. The first of the 12 strikes, of course, was counted only as a spare. Indiana university cagers have established some sort of an all-time record in reverse. The Hoosiers, not hurrying so fast any more, are off to their worst start in 58 years of basketball by dropping their first three games to Ohio university, Kansas State and Missouri . . . Branch McCracken says the trouble is not enough spark and determination, so he's elevating sophomore guard Bode Hill (5-11), a fiery competitor from Seymour, to the starting five . . . Things must have worked out a little better last night for the Hoosiers spanked the visiting St. Mary's of California crew, 79-66. three games also, faces Notre and one extra stanza in the var- Dame, only a week ago one of' sity game. the nation's top ten teams, at East' Lansing, while Illinois, with five straight wins, plays- Iowa State at Ames, Iowa, Saturday. Four other games involving conference teams are on the Satur- beaten Oregon State in the televised afternoon contest. Ohio State, seeking its first victory, plays at St. Louis, Northwestern Area Cage Results Rocha New Piston Coach LHS FROSH WIN Coach Howard Gaiser's Loganberry Frosh Blacks came from behind in the last half to defeat the Huntingtor. Vikings Freshman basketball team in a game at Huntington Thursday' night 37 lo 3 to keep their winning record unmarred. Nifty relief work by Willard in the fourth Berries over the hump when the regular crew was off the beam on its shooting and ran into all kinds of trouble. The Berries led 12-9 at the quarter but the Vikings rushed Wood and suburban Beech Grove ahead 22-15 at the half before DETROIT (UP)—Charley Eck- the St Bridget Shamrocks at the! man's coaching philosophy of Armory with a balanced shooting; "What, can you each All-Amcn- effort 41 to 11 after running up a cans?" led to his downfall as 21-4 first half lead. Don Speitcl led the Wildcats with 10 points while Bud Hayden dropped in nine poinls to pace St. Bridget. Franklin's Bulldogs rolled coach of the Detroit Pistons and Thursday resulted in the hiring of Red Rocha. three of them period, put used one player illegally. Records showed that Beech Grove used James Day for the entire reserve game and one period of the \ars.ity contest. Wood was penalized .for using R.V. Moore, who saw action in two periods of the reserve contest and entertains South Dakota, and played in three period of the regu- Michigan travels to Butler. North Carolina places its 36- game winning streak on the line and 10 other nationally - raked powers risk their ratings tonight to get the Christmas-week college ! the Logan crew could pull itself together. Then the Berries shot ahead 28-27 at the end of the third period and moved on to win. Mike Husron hit 11 points to be top scorer while "Jim Buck" Bender and Wray were his chief helpers with 3 points each. Reed start. The top - ranked Tarheels, unbeaten since their final game of the 1955-56 campaign, face Minnesota, the country's IGUi - rated power, in the opener of the Ken- "We plan to use both a running, basketball whirl oft to a flying and passing game against Rice," Erdelatz said. "We'll have a few surprises for them, loo." He added that he had made no special preparations to stop King Hill, Rice's big quarterback. But he admitted Rice's diversified attack, led by Hill, might be troublesome for his Middies. Hill calls plays from a balanced or unbalanced line, a split or tight-T and also makes optional use of the flanker. , Erdelatz' own defense, directed j the finals of last seasons NCAA by quarterback Tom Forrestal, j Tournament. • ' Second - ranked Kansas opposes Washington, third-ranked Kansas State faces Washington, fourth- ranked San Francisco meets eighth-ranked Seattle in the opening round of the Blue Grass Tour- and Deerr set the pace for Hunt lar game. ington with 10 and 9 points re. Beech Grove won the game, spectively. 64-62, but since both teams vio-i Summary: Owner Fred Zollncr said he and _ asl i Eckinan parted "without animos- „ , , j.- ., , i V i',v" but it was their difference? the St. Joseph Indians « to 7 at;^ , t|]at wolind „„ Riley gym leading al lhe quarters j°.^ E ^ kma|] ., ^j^tjon despite ! winning two divisional lilies and lieing for a ihird in three yeurs as head coach. Zollner said that although Rocha. 34, has not coached in lhe National Basketball Assn. before, he is "impressed by his gray matter." Rocha was a star forward, excelling in defense, for nine years. is. Baltimore and closed out his playing career last season with the Pistons. He signed a contract through Oct. 1, 1958 with an automatic one- year extension if Hie team shows improvement. tossed in 14 points to lead Franklin's victory drive while Jim Hatcher was tops for St. Joseph with 5 points. Summary: Tipton—M. Smith 10, Gunlcr 16, Spencer 14, McPherson 8. Evans 6, fieckmar.' 5, Rombold, Cox. Longfellow—Simpson 5, Parrett 5, Ryan 4, Zabawa 1, Reid 1, May- lated the rule, if, was ruled contest. 11 IHSAA Commissioner L.V. Phillips said the two schools will not be permitted to replay the game and they will nol: be permitted to schedule a game in its place. Last week, Bourbon and Hanover were placed, on probation for tucky Invitational Tournament, similar infractions. With sixth-ranked Kentucky facing Probation is the "lightest" pen- uth-ranked West Virginia in the . ally that can be meted out in such o'her half of the opening bill, the ! cases, but Phillips indicated the ' IHSAA may hand out suspensions unless the new lule is followed to the letter. tournament posed the biggest threat to North Carolina's national rating since it beat Kansas in Indiana, Purdue Win By UNITED PRESS Indiana shook off its worst start in history Thursday night to post its first college basketball triumph of the season. The Hoosiers snapped a three- game losing streak to dump St. Mary's of California, 79-66, with four players hitting in double figures. Pete Obremsky led the assault with 19 points. Purdue ran its record to 4-2 with a 74-62 victory over South Dakota and Butler just tell short of bagging its second win from a • Big Ten team. The Bulldogs lost at Naturally, Albert wasn't telling Wisconsin, 59-58. j anyone what he had in mind — In loop play. Ball State led De-'but so far this season he has Pauw all the way, 66-45, for the come up with some of the most Tigers' first loss in the Indiana! surprising plays in the National College Conference, and Hanover Football League. There was some shaded Manchester, 90-87, in the speculation that the new plays Conference, with two \ would be in the nature of a pass- may provide some headaches for Rice. Erdelatz formerly was with the San Francisco Forty-Niners of the National Football League and his tactics include many used in the high-geared pro league. Show Up On Defense These "pro style" tactics show up particularly on defense. When on defense, the Navy players seldom stay in one place very long. They bob around like pro players in an effort to confuse their opponents. During the regular season, Navy won eight games and the Lambert Trophy as Eastern cham- Frankie Albert of the San Fran- pion. The Middies lost to North Cisco Forty-Niners went ir.lo a Carolina, 13-7, and were tied by huddle with his staff today to ^f,^ *» ™«™ «™« brew a batch of new plays to use tle The Owls lost to Texas, 19-14; against the Detroit Lions and; to Clemson, 20-7; and to Duke, their vaunted secondary defense 17-6.' in the pro playoffs here on day. Forty-Niners Brew New Batch of Plays To Try on Lions SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—Coach nament at Louisville, Ky. enth - ranked Cincinnati sev- meets North Texas State and loth-rated vio- i "no'Logan Frosh Vance Bender Huston Shook Modricker Thomas Wray Totals Hull! ington Deerr Keefer Carroll Reed Thomas Paul Totals MSU Coach Serenades His Cagers FG 2 4 • 4 0 0 2 4 16 FG 4 0 1 3 2 3 13 FT 1 0 3 0 1 0 n 5 FT 1 0 0 4 0 0 5 PF 3 1 3 1 0 1 1 10 PF 1 2 2 2 0 1 8 Dunn. St, Vincent—Murphy 3, Mee 6, Schreyer, Chadwick 7, Molique, Perfetto 6, Miller, Butticc. McKinley—Emler 2, Gibson 5, Hulh 2, McCain 2, Dill ing 10. Hunter, Streu. Daniel Webster—Johnson 4, Hopper, Arnold 2. Winter, Sharp 12, Paul 2, Ward, Kragh, Jargstorf. Columbia—Richler 2. Renkenber- lj ger, Hughes, Adams, Jordan, Reed, 11 Wood 10, Tribbelt, Wisely, Caug- 01 hell. 1 ! Jefferson—Nunnally 6. Speitel 10, 4'Kisller 7, Dillman 3, Harmon 6, 8 Schubach 3, Keplinger 2, Hoch 4, 37 Arnold. TP Tirr.mons 9 Medland, Hopkins, Oil, J. Rose. 0| Franklin—O'Rourke 14. Froh-| quarler ARCHER VS. KERWIN NEW YORK (UP) — Welterweight Jimmy Archer seeks his ]3lh straight victory in his first Madison Square Garden main event tonight against Gale Kcr- win. Their 10-rounder will be telc- St.' Bridget—Hayden 9, vised and broadcast nationally by 2, Burks, Gray, D. Rose, • NBC at 10 p.m. e.s.t. on Cutler, made it 10 31 GRADE CAGE RESULTS Tipton 68, Longfellow 16 Jefferson 41, St. Bridget 11 Franklin 44, St. Joseph 7 Daniel Webster 20, Columbia 12 St. Vincent 22, McKinlcy 21 _ Favorites managed to speed to BAST LANSING, Mich. (UP) —jvictory in all give games of the Michigan State University basket- reich 6, Risser 2, Brewer 6, Porter I 51.21 at halftime and then started 4, Smith 4, Gaby 4, Gaumer V using sub freely through the last Zeck. St. Joseph—Dunn, Raders- - lorf 2, Chisholm, Hassett, Hatcher 5, Pen-one, Hilberl, FeUinger, Gill, dldham. ley in tonight's other games in- revealed a _ "secret" which has volving top powers. Schedule Begins Calmly The holiday schedule began Anderson began playing high- Thursday night with a collection fidelity recordings .0 his players Sun-i Neither Rice nor Navy ever ' has lost a bowl game. Rice has swept its four previous bowl contests while Navy has recorded a victory and a tie in its only bowl ventures. Hoosier buckets in the final 30 seconds. Elsewhere, Wabash lost at Bellarmine, Ky., 74-68; Eariham won from Heidelberg, Ohio, 62-57, and ing pattern. It is probable that the fertile Albert mind took a look at the National League statistics and not- Missouri Hires Dan Devine to Rebuild Football Fortunes COLUMBIA, Mo. (UP) — Dan Devine, a man who likes touchdowns, today looked to the long. Indiana Central' trounced hapless led that a bigger percentage of j range possibilities as the new foot- Huntington, 109-73. It was Hunting- ; passes was completed against De- ball coach at Missouri, ton's eighth consecutive loss. 'troit than any other team in the "It may not be the easiest job Indiana, still trying for the right j league^ am-ingj957. The averages psr combination, used 11 players. Ail ing Frank Radovich, who started at center in the season opener, was used only sparingly and chipped in with five poinls. Purdue used a dozen players and didn't catch fire until the last half. Bob Fehrman was high for the Boilermakers with 17. Butler, using only six players, made Wisconsin sweat all the way. The Bulldogs, who previously up- showed that 56.2 cent of all aerials thrown against the Lions were completed. This compares with 54.8 for the Forty - Niners, who had the second most-porous air defense. Evansville Memorial Suffers First Loss INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Once- beaten Evansville.Lincoln knocked of games that more or less fol- [owed form. In the Carrousel Tournament at Charlotte, N.C., Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Alabama, and Louisiana State all advanced into Hie second round. Tennessee beat Buckell 89-71; Louisiana Tech whipped Davidson, 66-41; Alabama downed Clemson, 78-75, and LSLT upset Lafayette, 80-72. Louisiana Tech emerged from the first round as the dark horse on the strength of an 18 - point, all-around performance by Jackie Moreland, the player who cost North Carolina State an NCAA suspension for alleged recruiting. Moreland and Louisiana Tech meet Tennessee tonig'ht in what is regarded as the kt-y game of the tournament. at pre-game meals and in the locker room and after games last year, and the leam caught fire to win 10 straight and finish in a tie with Indiana for the Big Ten title. city's grade school basketball league Thursday but St. Vincent's Vikings had to come from behind TOURNEY AT CAMDEN Burlington 37, Deer Creek 32 (o.U Camden 79, Cutler 46. GAMES TONIGHT S;.i5_Decr Creek vs. Cutler (Consolation.) 8:15—Burlington vs. Camden (Finals.) CAMDEN — Burlington's Polar Cubs and the Camden lied Devils in the last six seconds to win Iheir j captured victories in '.he opening two periods, leading 66-38 at the end of the third quarter before moving on to win. Doug Groninger led a balanced Camden attack with 18 points while Mike Sheagley tallied 22 to lead Cutler's offense. Burlington—Johnson 5, Williams 6, Ehrman 2, Lytle 4, T. Miller 12, Loman 2. Oy!er 6. Deer Creek— Cohee 3, Baker 3, Herr 13, Snavcly 1, Dillon 12, R. Packard, Camden—Bieghler 8, Swayze 13, McCain 12, Yerks 11, Groninger 18. Ringer 6, Kesterson R, Kleckner, T. Sullivan 3, G. Sullivan, C. battle with the McKinley Hilltop- pers at Longfellow gym. The Vikings and McKinley were rated about even going into the match and St. Vincent led 8-7 al halftime. McKinley took a 21-20 lead with a minute to go and with six seconds left, Mike Mee lofled : a fielder into the hoop lo give the LHS Athletes Given Awards St. Vincent was paced to victory by Mike Chadwick with 7 points while Mee and Don Perfetto had B each to help the cause. Dick Dillir.g sniped 10 points to pace McKinley. Tipton's terrific Tigers swamped Last year's Spartans reached a height no other Spartan team had vikinRS a 22 . 2 i triumph, their see- ever reached when it went to the , .= rnu , semifinals of the NCAA tourna-| '" a ment before being dumped in overtime by national champion North Carolina. Slill serenading lhe players. Michigan Slate currently is ranked fifth in lhe United Press national coaches poll on the strength of three straight wins over Butler, Detroit and Colorado. Use of high-fjdelity records is not Anderson's only coaching "secret" because he directed Bradley University to one Sugar Bowl title and four second-places and one fourth place finish in the NCAA tourneys while not using the music. The fast-breaking system Ander- j son's teams employ was first seen round of action of the local four- all-Carroll county cage tour way nament here Thursday night. Burlington beat off the 1 Creek Crickets in a score overtime session 37-32 and Camden . -- Shoemaker. Cutler—Bougher 7, Bordner 1, Shcagley 22, Reef 2, Deboy 5. Barnard (i, Kelly, Fel- the Deer, lows 3 > Mundell, Fry. scorching i solation and finals will be played tonight. Burlington led Deer Creek 7-4 and 15-13 at the first two quarler stops before the Crickets tied it at 21-all the end of the third period. They were still deadlocked 29-a!l at the end of regulation time and then the Cubs surged ahead in the extra period to win the low scoring contest. Terry at the Tipton, The first half! whlle a 13-7 quarler for a year or two," the former; Twenty-three football and five] when he coached the Great Lakes Arizoiia State coach agreed, "but ! ' * nt awards W ere pre- "— -' —-'-'-- <•>-" ........ - U - r ° b1I h school ended Ohio State, had a chance • city rival Memorial from to tie the score after time ran out!ranks of Indiana's unbeaten the high but the usually reliable Bobby:-school basketball clubs Thursday Plump muffed a freethrow which night and East Chicago Roosevelt would have forced the game into j remained untouched in the West overtime. Ted Williams Adds Slugging Title to Growing Collection CHICAGO (UP)—Ted Williams of the Red Sox added another li- tle to his ever growing collection today when he was named the American League slugging champion for the ninth time in his career on lhe basis of his .731 percentage in 1957. Williams' mark was the highest in the major leagues in 16 years. The Boston slugger hit for 307 j N1HSC. Porter Merriwether scored 23 points to pace Lincoln to a come- from-behind 56-50 win over three- game winner Memorial. Upstate, Roosevelt's Rough Ridgers matched Lincoln's 5-1 record—their fifth in a row—with a 62-52 victory over Hammond Clark. Jim with 22. Hicks led Roosevelt Devine, who guided the Arizona State eleven of Tempe to an unbeaten season and the national offensive leadership this fall, was given a three-year $15,000 contract by Missouri Wednesday. He succeeds Frank Broyles, who moved to Arkansas after a year at Missouri. He said he \vould install the multiple offense at Missouri, compared to the split T and quick kick emphasized by Broyles, He admitted he was a downs" and said he will "attempt to incorporate all the good features of all offenses" at Missouri. Devine had been at Arizona Stale three seasons, compiling a 27-3-1 record. He was an assistant at Michigan State,- which uses the multiple offense, for five years previous to that. He played his college ball at the Duluth branch of the Universily of Minnesota, is 33, married, and father of five children. sented to Logansport high school athletes during a student bly program this week. Coach Harvey Roberts distributed the gridiron emblems, while Coach Fred Kinder handled the cross-country recognition. Gold footballs for three years of competition went to Don Bessig- r,ano, Terry Hargrove and Student managers Neison Becker and Terry Hershbergcr. Jackets were received by Neil CVof "tZ'h 1 Sanders, Jim Moss, Al Thomas, lover of touch-. Tom . Naval Training Station cagers to a record of 32 wins and five losses. He was named "coach of the year" by the Chicago Baskelball Wrilers Assn. when he was only 25. Two years at Drake further polished the system, and using it, Anderson has compiled a record of 250 victories against 112 defeats, for a .690 winning percentage. Wolcott Will Host Holiday Tourney Wolcott will host four schools a blind-daw tournament Fri- J lie .UU31U11 slufe£<CL lln. -". «" • , _, , total bases in 420 official times day and Saturday nights, Decem- al bal. He hit 38 homers, 28 doubles and one triple while compiling a .388 average that also won him the balling lille for lhe fifth time. Mickey Manle of the Yankees was ruaner-up lo lhe 39-year-old Williams in slugging with a .665 average. Mantle was followed by Roy Sievers of Washington with .579, Gene Woodling of Cleveland with .521, and Vic Wertz, also of Cleveland, wilh .485. Trade Pays Quick Dividends for Wings It didn't take Jack Mclntyre , Sundy> Dave Njcho i S| Tom . Shook, Steve Wheatley, Dave Baker and Student manager Fred award for a first Pae Hanna. The sweater senior letter were given to O'Connor and Everett Cooke. Football letters went to Mike Berries Host Elkhart In Non-League Game Elkhart's Blue "Blazers will provide the opposition for Logansport's final pre-Christmas holiday basketball program at 8:15 o'clock tonight in the Berry Bowl. The northern quintet sports a 4-1 record, having lost only last week to Mishawaka. The Berries are Maple, with two bars since he was ,4 2 at Ihis slage with losses ad- goalry 68 to 16. saw Tipton gain lead and increase it to 22-13 at intermission time. Then the roof caved in on the Poets. Tipton rallied off 25 poinls in the third jeriod, with everybody getting in- Lo the act, and popped in 21 more in the last quarter. Longfellow stung by that flurry, managed only three points in the third quarter and went scoreless in the final period. Mike Smith, playing his last game for Tipton, since he reaches the age limit during the Christmas holidays, led the Tigers with 19 points. Bill Gunter tallied 16, Jerry Spencer 14, Charles McPher son- 8, Charles Evans had 6 and John Beckman 5 in lhe balanced shooting. David Simpson and Mike Parrett with 5 each led Longfellow. The oddity game was at Columbia gym where Daniel Websler's Warriors downed lhe Columbia Red Devils 20-12 after leading 12 to 8 at the half. Neither team scored a free throw during the entire contest. Tommy Sharp led _the Warriors lo victory with 12 points while Mike Wood led the Red Devils with 10 points. Jefferson's Wildcats raced pasl _ Emmc'.l Herr hit 13 and Ben Dillon 12 to top Deer Creek's effort. Camden piled up a 29-13 first Logansporl State Hospital netters defealed General Tire's nclmcn in a game at Columbia gym Thursday night 81 to 63 after the two clubs wound up lhe first half in a 38-38 deadlock. General Tire—Bucks 4, Roller 2, Hawkins 29, Maroncy 9, Boos 4, Benscn 3, Plotncr 1. Simmermaker 9. Ruch 2. State Hospital—Beeson 26, Luebberl 20, Darby, Flowers 11, Yoder, Pugh 11, Thomas 10, Young 3, ber 27 and 28. Joining the once-beaten cats will be the unbeaten Royal Center Bulldogs, tourney favorites; dangerous Monon and Marocco, a 3-3 performer. A trophy will be presented to the winner and the game ball to the runnerup. Officals will be Glen Wisler and Ed Heiny, both of Kokomo. COLLEGE St. Joseph's 90 Richmond 64 Ball Etate 66 DePauw 45 Indiana 79 St. Mary's Calif., 66 Purdue 74 South Dakota 62 Wisconsin 59 Butler 58 Bellarmine of Kentucky 74 Wabash i 68 WUd- Earlh-am 62 Heidelberg of Ohio 57 „ starter as a freshmen -but received no award; Mike Jordan, Paul Goodale, Jim Sweet, Billy Rozzi, Phil G«:c'stine, Mike Tuber- Manager Jack receiving cross country awards included Cliff and Charles Davidson, Dave Hart, Dick Jackson and Jim Bain. Most Folks Are Careful Drivers If yoa are a careful driver, coM me. Yon may qualify for State Farm's top-notch protection at rock-bottom rates. HARRY "Bud" WATTS Dial 4420 After The Game TAKE HOME A SACKFUL OF BOLJNS DONUTS 14TH I BROADWAY Jutl fait of tha High School ty and Student Reeder. TAe five boys ministered by Central of Fort Wayne and Frankfort. Coach Jim Jones plans to start Larry Jones and Ronnie Jones at forwards; Jim Moss at center; Larry Cart and either Jim Sweet. or Dave Dickerson in the back court. AS USUAL, THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS Coonit'x Gift Shop Walton, Indiana Janover 90 Manchester 87 Indiana Central 109 Huntington 73 Snider Undergoes Knee Operation SANTA MONICA, Calif. ttJtP)- The Los Angeles Dodgers had ,„ ,., u .,v ^ ^ ^..^ long to prove he belongs with the I good news today about outfielder Detroit Red Wings. Obtained earlier this week in an eight-player trade with the Chicago Black Hawks, the veteran left wing from brussels, Ont., rapped in two goals to lead the Red Wings to a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs Thursday night at Detroit. Duke Snider. Snider underwent an operation .Thursday at St. John's Hospital to remove a torn cartilage from his left knee. Dr. Dan Levinthal, who performed the operation, said Snider was in excellent condition and that the knee should be as sound as ever by next spring. HIGH SCHOOL Evansville Lincoln 56 Evans-vine Memorial 50 Lawrenceburg 63 Batesville 47 Whiting 52 Gary Froebel 47 OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TIL 9 P.M. SUNDAY ALL DAY 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE TIMBERLAKE'S I I Efi May the spirit of lhe first Chrislmas shine brighlly in jour heart Gust Service Center N. E. Corner of Sixth and High Phone 4904 Why Wonder? Give him our LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBrW

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