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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 23, 1957
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IQGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Honday Evening, December 23, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Holiday Tournaments Take Basket ball Spotlig Kokomo, Monticello, Flora at Berry Bowl Royal Center Will Participate in Wolcott Meet; Rochester and Winamac Travel to Knox for Holiday Shooting. Attractive holiday tournaments will be served up to baskelball fans this week at Logansport's Berry Bowl, Wolcott and Medaryville, while area teams will par- licipale in olher tour-way programs at Knox and Blufflon. The Logansporl meel on Saturday, which includes the Kokomo Wildcats, Flora Badgers and Monticello Tioga Indians, "represents the final invitation affair on the local hardwood. Next season the Berries will enter lhe round-robin North Central conference tourney arrangement, beginning at Kokomo's huge gymnasium. The Berry Bowl firing starts at 1 o'clock with the hosts tackling; Monticello's 1957 regional tourna- ___ ment champions. At 2:15 o'clock,: Indiana tunes up for &e " Clas . Kokomo takes the floor against' s j c -> tonight at home against Flora in a pre-sectional meeting, j Oregon State. The "evening program features i Butler bagged its second viclory Butler Hosts State Rivals in "Hoosier Classic" This Week INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Revival of the "Hoosier Classic" featuring Indiana, Purdue, Noire Dame and host Butler highlights this week's Indiana College basketball holiday program. The "Classic" appeared to be a "dog-eats-dog' 1 affair and none of the contenders may win its two assignments Friday and Saturday. First-day pairings are Indiana- Butler and Notre Dame-Purdue. Purdue-Butler, Notre Dame-Indiana are the wind-up games. Indiana dominated the past five ;", winning 8 of 10 games. NORMAN, Okla. (UP) —' Now j that he's out from under the pressure of coaching the nation's lop football team. Bud Wilkinson's main worry is keeping the Oklahoma Sooners in shape for their Orange Bowl dale with Duke. Wilkinson's handling of the team since Notre Dame clipped its 47- the two afternoon losers in a 7 o'clock consolation affair and 'the winners clashing at 8:15 o'clock for the championship. Royal Center is listed as the favorite for the Wolcott holiday tourney, transferred from Monon because the new goal hall under construction is not yet ready for occupancy. The meet is a Friday-Saturday arrangement with the blind drawing scheduled at 6:15 o'clock Friday night, just before the 7 o'clock curtain raiser. Wolcott, beaten only by Camden, and a tall Monon quintet will be striving to upset the Bulldogs, winners of nine in a row. Morocco, a 3-3 performer, is the other entry. The Knox shooting Friday will be completed in one day's session. Winamac and North Judson open the proceedings at 1 o'clock with Rochester and Knox playing the 2:30 o'clock contest. • Consolation action is set for 7 o'clock and the title showdown at 8:30 o'clock that same evening. Chalmers and Medaryville, two area cage teams, will join Wheatfield and Fair Oaks to conduct a Friday and Saturday tourney at Medaryville's gym. „ The Peru Tigers will journey to Bluffton to seek tourney honors against a field consisting of host Bluffton, Decatur and Portland. This is also a Friday-Saturday program. All other Cass and surrounding county quintets are idle. Washington Township is planning a gala New Year's day meet, featuring the host Hatchets against Galveston at-1 p.m. and Kewanna against Tipton Township in the 2:15 p.m. encounter. The week's area schedule is as follows: Friday Tourney at WolcolU Royal Center, over a Big Ten outfit Saturday, mowing down Michigan, 35-65, behind Bobby Plump's 24 points. Notre Dame lost at unbeaten Michigan State, 79-72, and Evans- viile spilled UCLA, 83-76 Pompey, Hinnant Fight to a Draw CHICAGO (UP)—Yolande Pompey and Clarence Hinnant fought to a 10-round draw in a light- heavy weight bout Wednesday night, but each blamed "lack of action" for his 'failure to win. Pompey landed the hardest punches, it appeared, and he thought so too, but he agreed that Hinnant landed many more punches. INDIANA BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL, Indianapolis Shortridge 69 Anderson 58 Indianapolis Ripple 73 Indianapolis Howe 67 Ben Davis 68 Indianapolis Scecina . 56 Lafayette 50 South Bend Central 42 Elkhart 57 Muncie Central 45 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 86 Sullivan 55 Terre Haute Garfield 77 Crawfordsville 69 Washington-Clay 57 Hammond Clark 49 Rushville 81 North Vemon.42 Evansville Lincoln 62 Plainville 54 Evansvilie Mater Dei 55 Evansville Memorial 50 Tell City 51 Owensboro, Ky. 45 Vincennes 56 Vincennes Catholic 47 Merrillville Tourney Calumet Twp. 55 Hobart 30 Crown Point 58 Merrillville 44 Merrillville 5-1 Hobart 53 Calumet 70 Crown Point 58 (final) Brookvillc Tourney Brookville 49 Rising Sun 46 (overtime) Wolcott Monon and Morocco)' Aurora 61 Whitewater Twp. 36 vvoicoir iviunu aiu Ri s i n0 Sun 57 Whitewater TWE Tourney at Medaryville (Chalmers : Medaryville, Wheatfield and Fair Oaks) Tourney at Knox (Winamac, Rochester, North Judson and Knox) Tourney at Bluffton (Peru, Deca- lur, Porlland and Bluffton) Salurday Tourney at Logansporl (Monticello, Flora, Kokorno and Logansport) ' Tourney at Wolco:t (Finals) Tourney at Medaryville (Finals) Tourney at Bluffton (Finals) Bob Zuppke Passes Away CHAMPAIGN; 111. (UP).- The Rising Sun 57 Whitewater Twp. 41 Brookville 47 Aurora 44 (final) Lions Rally to Nip 49ers, Qualify for NFL Title Game Sooners Not Bothered by Win Tension EDITORS NOTE: This is the seventh of 10 dispatches on the football bowl teams. The dispatches will cover the teams in the Gator, Orange, Kose, Sugar and Cotlon Bowls. Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STRETT Confusion at Logansport, Muncie Coaches Max Bell of Elkhart and John Longfellow of Muncie Central had sufficient pre-game conversational material when their respective teams met Saturday night at Elkhart You see, both were the "victims" of confusing finishes the previous night when ElkhaM bowe'l to Logansport, 56-54, and the Cenrtal Bearcats blew a 42-41 thriller to Anderson. Bell was visibly upset many limes during the Berry Bowl fracas and his displeasure reached thc breaking point in thc fading seconds when officials whistled a fonl on Elkhart on the last of three Logan rebounds after a missed free throw Nobody heard thc whistle, however, Elkhart had grabbed thc ball and hustled it down the court for a last-second desperation drive to break the 54-all deadlock. ' When tlie refei'ees finally restored a semblance of order, Larry game victory string has been re-' Carl was awarded- his game-winning free tosses The Elkhart 'axed. A perennial pessimist Wil-' bench was "fit to be tied" and one player had to be restrained by kinson doesn't even bother to pre- a fellow teammate. 'Coach Bell, too, began picking up towels and diet defeat now that Oklahoma is a member of the losers' fraternity. Only Bowl Win to Gain Oklahoma has little to gain by seating Duke Jan. 1 at Miami -x- cept for a third straight Orange Bowl victory. In 1954 and 1956, the Sooners were determined to beat Maryland to keep their record- breaking winning streak- alive, and :hey won both times. In its last bowl contest before .he two Maryland clashes, Oklahoma had a Si-game winning streak snapped by Kentucky in the 1951 Sugar Bowl. Looking toward its battle with Duke, the Oklahoma squad has been going through a variety of practice maneuvers. One day last week, Wilkinson drilled the team on downfield blocking, punts, quick kicks, pass scrimmage, ball carrying and punt return defense. "We're just trying to keep in shape," Wilkinson said. "We try to make our practices enjoyable and not work the team too hard." Injured Players Mended Wilkinson closed out a 9-1 season with four players, including United Press All-America halfback Clendon Thomas, on the injury list. Thomas didn't miss either of the last two games, however, and all four squadmen were running at top speed when the coach opened final home field drills here last week. Although Wilkinson's creed proclaims that "defense wins football ?ames," he isn't banking on Oklahoma's, regular season yield of only 1,347 net yards to win in the Orange Bowl. Neither is he counting on Okla- loma's tendency to score in the :hird quarter,' as contrasted to Duke's late-game scoring weakness. "It's like baseball. One good inning can't win the game. It's scoring when you need to score that counts," Wilkinson said. "Duke is perhaps the best team we've met with the exception .of Notre Dame on the day we played Notre Dame," Wilkinson said. jackets and flinging them down lo the floor No technical fouls were assessed Elkhart, undoubtedly because time had rim out Tie Ball Game,They Insist For the Anilerson-Muncie Squabble, let us turn to a couple ol eye-witness accounts First, here's Bob Barnct's version in the Muncie Star: "Anderson beat Muncie Central in a tie basketball game and please Mr. Frinler, don't change that line, because that's exactly what happened A scorckecper's mistake cost Coach John Longfellow's varsity a foul goal in the third period and what should have been a tie, '12-12, will go down in the records as a 42-41 victory for Anderson. Spartans Only Unbeaten Club In Big 10 Loop Michigan State Seeks Fifth In Row at Iowa Slate CHICAGO (UP) — Michigan State, Big Ten's basketball pride and joy, goes after its fifth straight victory tonight when it visits Iowa State. The Spartans, rolling along as the league's only unbeaten team, added a fourth victory to their string Saturday night by beating Notre Dame, 79-72. But they are likely to find Iowa State the biggest menace thus far. The Cyclones from the Big Eight Conference lost a close one to Minnesota in their first foray into the Big Ten. Buj; they evened things by toppling Illinois 68-60 ', slippery running of halfback Tom Tracy. Within two minutes they scored two touchdov;ns midway in Play Browns Next Sunday SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—A rollicking band of Detroit Lions, who roared loudest all season long when they were behind, girded today for the big money battle against the Cleveland Browns in the auto city next Sunday. Fresh from a 33-27 "kill"'01 ine" San Francisco Forty Niners in the playoff for the Western Division ti-l tie, the Lions are ' ready, willing and able" lo take on the Browns:* B 7o'wis"and"Gino' MarcheUi," vet in the big game where a win is cran Ba iti moro Colt end, l«d the worth about 95,000 to each player.; votjng for thc 1957 Unilcd p, ess The game is rated even. ' The Lions, noted for comebacks, spotted San Francisco a 20-point lead early in the third quarter and then came snapping back with one of the great comebacks in football history. Brown Tops Balloting For HFL All-Stars First Rookie Ever To Lead Pro Grid Voting NEW YORK (UP)—.Jim Brown, rookie fullback for the Cleveland Trail by 20 in 3rd Behind 7-27 with only 1T-k minutes of play left, Detroit scored three touchdowns and a field goal on the brilliant p'assing of reserve quarterback Tobin Rote and the from the undefeated list Saturday night. Indiana and Ohio State, who lhud tlle San Fran ' Still quoting Muncie: "Central's Ron Boribam threw a foul goal liiat made the score, 25-24 Muncie. The point was recorded on the Scoreboard A few minutes later newsmen noticed that the Muncie score was one point short. They called to the Scoreboard operator and were told that he had been instructed by the scorer to taike one point away from the Central total. , have but one victory between clsco defenses fell apart. them Jn a total of eight appear-] Big comebacks are nothing new for the Detroit club. It has been doing the same thing all season. The Lions trailed the Baltimore "Officials Dee Williams and Frank Baird finally ruled that since the error was not discovered until after the game it would be impossible to change the score. Had not scorer Jim Hyatt and the Anderson scorer assured them at the start of the fourth quarter that the 'board was correct, they said, there might have been .basis for protest. Anderson's version was written by Bed Haven: "The scorekeepers each said they had checked points by each player and how many points thc Tribe and Bearcats had counted each quarter (at the end of each period) and had agreed verbally on Ihc score ..... In fact the scorers had agreed that Muncie scored only nine points in the third quarter "Sometime between the end of the third quarter and the game's end, an extra point had ibeen entered in the home scorebook, making it 10 instead of the official » . . . This was a mistake after the Bearcat statistician had admitted he had agreed with Anderson's tabulator that Muncie had counted only nine points in said quarter. ances against non-league opposition also play tonight. The Hoosiers, who defeated St. Vlary's of California last week for heir first success after three allures, are host to Oregon Stale. The Buckeyes, slill trying lo taste ictory after four selbacks, travel o Oklahoma and appear in danger of adding another defeat to heir record. The Buckeyes fell victim to St. ouis University, 88-77, in their Saturday night effort despite a 27- joint performance by Frank Howard. In other action Minnesota lost,; 78-58, to Kenlucky in a bailie for third place in Kenlucky's invila- ional tourney, Iowa gained its :hird win in five starts with a 77-67 overtime triumph ver Ore- jon State, Northwestern tripped South Dakota, 64-46, and Butler upset Michigan, 85-65. "This is the first time a Muncie scorekeeper ever made an honest mistake in favor of an Anderson team Bawl, brothers, bawl. End of quote from Anderson. Only 8 Major Clubs Undefeated Jeff Wrecks Another South Bend Win String INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Top- ranking South Bend Central's 50-42 loss to Lafayette made.it a wide- open chase for Indiana high school basketball honors today with only eight major clubs still undefeated going into the holiday whirl or a two-week lay-off. to get another crack at Lafayette in the championship round of the Broncos' holiday tourney which winds up Saturday. Lafayette led 21-13 when Coal mon was hurt. The South Benders refused to give up, however. They lied the score at 37-all early in the final period before a final lay in state I second longest ever in Hoosier- Sriav U near""the"unTversity of llli-lland, in Saturday's "game of the ">"<"* "r ,, . u-l_., n j WHO (," tn mm thoir nwn linhflaten ..... —• --- where the beloved little coaching genius once gave the nation "razzle-dazzle" football and the legendary Red Grange. Robert C. Zuppke, as he was formally named but seldom called, succumbed early Sunday at the a«e of 78 to a long battle against cancer along with complications of high blood pressure and a heart ailment. Funeral services will be held in the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday at 12 noon e.s.t., with the Rev. Malcolm Nygren officiating. Afterward the body will be cremated, in accordance with Zupp- ?ce's wishes. iveek" to run their own unbeaten string to seven. The major holiday whirl, opens Thursday, but four quintets won't have to worry—they'll enter the 1958 portion of the regular season undefeated. They are. Scottsburg and Madison, both 9-game winners, Indianapolis Cathedral, which sports an 8-game string, nd Terre Haute Garfield, which whipped previously once-beaten Crawfordsville last Saturday 77-69 for No. 6. The other major perfect-record crews are Lafayette and Fort Wayne South with 7-game streaks, and 6-game winners Jeffersonville How did Elkhart and Muncie Central make out Saturday night? Coach Bell of the Blazers emerged from this one smiling, 5745. Rangers, Red Wings Gain on Montreal By UNITED PRESS The New York Rangers and the Detroit Red Wings picked up important ground on the pace-setting Montreal Canadiens during the weekend. The second-place Rangers de- Cards Head For Shakeup CHICAGO (UP) — The dismal showing of the Chicago Cardinals in dropping their season finale by a 27-2 margin to Pittsburgh and netting an offensive total of only 96 yards in the process appearedjfeated the crippled CanadTe'ns, 4-2, all that team manager Walter Saturday night and then downed Wolfner needed today in his plans the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-2, Sun- to "shake 'em up." I day night, reducing Montreal's They looked like they were]lead to four points. Detroit moved into a tie with the Boston Bruins for third place by sweeping a weekend series with the Chicago Black Hawks. The Red Wings won Saturday afternoon's TV game, 5-3, and shutout the Black Hawks, 2-0 Sunday night. standing out " there with their hands on their heads," Wolfner said of his team—a team that experts thought might walk off with the Eastern Division crown at the start of the National Football League's 1957 season. Wolfner said he and Cardinal Coach Ray Richards would study movies of Sunday's game "plenty carefully" to see just "where the fuse blew. ."I know this much," Wolfner said. "We're going to shake the j purse was small but young Dow Finsterwald Beats Snead on Own Course BOCA RATON, Fla. CUP)—The Meantime the body of the witty and Forl Wayne Central liltle Dutchman who brought seven i Coalmen Injured Big Ten championships and four! Better defense and shoo ing won national crowns to Illinois, will out in the rugged battle at Lafay- lay in stale al the Mitlendorf Fu- ette, but South Bend Central coach neral Chapel in Champaign. Intimate friends of the late ooach will acl as honorary pallbearers. They include all living former HUni foolball caplains, along wilh Ray C. Eliot, the assistant who succeeded Ziippke as head coach and Big Ten Commissioner Kenneth L. Wilson. The third-rated Broncos wrecked j spurt licked them. Central's 36-game winning streak, Tourheys Galore' "We played pretty good .ball," said Lafayette coach, Marion Crawley, "and were better on defense. Besides, we hit about 33 per cent from the field while they hit 27 or 28/' Host East Chicago Washington and once-beaten Gary Roosevelt ar the teams to beat in the first major holiday show_ which opens Thursday. The best' two-day sessions Friday and Saturday, will be at Lafayette and Elkhart, Blwood and Fort Wayne Catholic are contenders besides -Lafayette and South I Bend Central. Fort Wayne Central, Mishawaka and Seymour are the invaders at Elkhart. Jeffersonville was highly favored in its two- day show. The best one-day sessions Saturday are at Muncie and Logansport. Tough Fort Wayne South goes against three North Centra] Conference clubs—Muncie Central, Elm'er McCall believes his boys JMarion and Richmond. Logansport and Kokomo of the NCC are the top teams at Loganspoct. Besides the Soulh Benders, five outfits were knocked from the unbeaten roster last week. They were Evansville Bosse, Memorial and Reitz, Indianapolis Tech and city foe Washington. TIBBS VS. PEREZ NEW YORK (UP) — Tommy Tibbs, slam-bang Boston light' vester Coalmen, his star center, went to the sidelines with a knee injury in the second period and Bill Floring, a 6-2 forward and good rebounder, saw only little action because of a foot infection. "I would say that made the difference," said McCall. "I think we could have won." But McCall, whose boys tripped Lafayette in the afternoon session of the state weight, is favored al 8-5 over tourney finals laat March, 54-36, fleet-footed Lulu Perez of Brooklyn for their TV fight Monday night at St. Nicholas' Arena. Despite his very spotty previous record, stocky Tibbs — champion of New England — won nine of 11 fights this year, lost one. and drew one. And his wild, rapid-fire hooking attack made him a drawing card. said he thinks his boys will be "okay" from here on. They hope Hallmark Chrlstmai Cards When You Care Enough To Send The Vory Best COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana For Christmas Give That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Always Freih— Always Delicious Always Welcom* , Only $1.35 Ib. box TIMBERLAKFS team up before next year," Wolfner and Richards said .it wasn't so much the score that disappointed them as the offensive showing of the Cards. Considered an early-season offensive powerhouse, the Cardinals gained a paltry., three . yards by land and another four by air in the entire first half and did only a little better in the second. "I think we have an National Football League All-Star team. Brown, winner of tile rushing title with 942 yards in 12 games, received 27 votes for fullback and two for halfback. He collected 29 of a possible 31 votes and became the first rookie ever to lead the balloting for the mythical two-platoon team. Gino Hard Charger MarcheUi, who charged into rival backfields so savagely this year that some teams assisned as many as three men to try to block him, received 28 voles. It was just Sunday afternoon fun for Marchct- ti, a 240-pounder who fought in thc Batllo of the Bulge when he was 18. While Brown and JUrciictU earned berths by huge margins, Colls by 21 points in the third JY. A. Tittle of the San Fraxiseo quarter and came on lo win. j Forly-Niners won the closest race But this one had looked like no! when he edged John Unitas of Bal- cor.ipelilion for San Francisco! limore by one vote for Ihc quar- through the first half and early "in the third period. It was just about this time that the Lions dug in. "We saw that money slipping," said Creekmur, "and we decided to claw." They settled for a San Francisco field goal there that made the score 27-7 — and then they went to town. Final NFL Standings Eastern Division W L T End Tarheel Win Streak North Carolina has fallen, and. ! n. an excited air o£ "anything .joes," college basketball rushed .his week into that basket-happy period known as holiday tournament time. Before Christmas week is over merry-go-round court carnivals will be spinning in every section of the country and just about the only national power that won't be Maying in one of them will be' West Virginia, the team, that wrecked Carolina. The Mountaineers won glory enough ofr one month when they upset Carolina's national champi- Cleveland New York Pittsburgh Washington Philadelphia Chicago Cards Western Division x-Oelroit x-San Francisco Baltimore Los Angeles Chicago Bears Green Bay x-includes playoff gamu Today's Results Pittsburgh 27 Chicago Cards 2 Detroit 31 San Francisco 27 (only games scheduled) terback post. Tittle received IS votes and Unilas 12. Tittle was one of four Forty- Niners who won first team berths. End Billy Wilson made the offensive unit while tackle Leo Nomcl-' lini and linebacker Marv Matuszak made the defensive platoon. NEW YORK (UP)- Thc 1957 United Press All-National Football League team (with number of votes in parentheses): Offense 9211 E—Wilson, San Francisco • (25) 750 E—Howlon, Green Bay '17) 660 561 480 390 W L T 940 850 750 660 570 390 Whatever Happened To Frank Carideo? Frank Carideo, All - America quarterback at Notre Dame in 1929 and 1930, had an "educated" kicking toe and a signal - calling brain that reflected the thoughts of coach Knute Rockne almost as ons Saturday night, 75-64, in the som as( . lhe .f e , nius thou SM them -• - ....'__. .. - up on the sidelines. As a player te was superb but he had bad luck as head coach at Missouri and eventually drifted out of the coaching ranks. Whatever happened to Frank Carideo? Today he is agency manager for a life insurance company at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and helps broadcast Iowa football games for his home town station. Finsterwald had the satisfaction o! winning a golf tournament from Sam Snead on the veteran's horn' course. Finsterwald beat Snead by one stroke for the $300 top prize in the two-day $1,500 Boca Raton Pro-Am Tourney Sunday. The .consistent Ohioan, playing out of Te- questar Fla., posted a winning 133 jnal round of the University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament. As long as the champions kept winning, they had the inside track tor the No. 1 national ranking. But ;he streak is dead now, and the top spot is up for grabs. Besides West Virginia, top claimants include: Second-ranked Kansas (58-52 winner over Clifornia although Wilt Chamberlain was held to 19 points) and third-ranked Kansas State (70-63 winner over Washington as Bob Boozer scored 22), who are headed for a possible showdown in the Big Eight Tournament starting Thursday. abundance of running backs and a marked deficiency in good blockers," Wolfner said. "I have several deals in the hopper and .plan to start negotiating soon." i after shooting a four-under-par 66 over-;on the final round. Snead, the first round leader, missed putts of seven and three feet on the two final holes to post a 68 and 134 total. Lew Worsham The Cardinals scored their only j teamed with Ed of Pittsburgh Tutwiler, six two points in Sunday's walk-away i times West Virginia State amateur with Pittsburgh when the Steelers' } champion, to win the Pro-Am Earl (Jug) Girard fumbled the ball out of the end zone for an automatic safety. ' CHIEFS WIN 3-2 By UNITED PRESS The lowly Indianapolis Chiefs snapped front-running Cincinnati's 8-game winning streak Sunday, 3-2, to highlight International Hockey League action. event with a best-ball 122. COLLEGE Butler 85 Michigan 65 Michigan State 79 Notre Dame 72 Evansville 83 UCLA 76 Wabash 88 Ohio Wesleyan 66 Anderson 86 Morris Harvey 73 McKcndrec, III,, Tourney Oakland City 78 McKendree 75 (final) , I I ITS Wishing You A Merry Christmas OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 P.M. FOR MENS WEAR GIFTS BRUMBAUGH'S • I Read the Classified Ads T—R. Brown, New York (23) T—Groza, Cleveland (13) G—Stanfel, Washington (20) G—Putnam, Los Angeles ( \Z'. C—Strickland, Chicago Bears (8) QB—Tiltle, San Franciscc '13) HB—Gifford, New York (22) HB—Matson, Chicago Cards (17) FB-J. Brown, Cleveland (29) Defense E—MarcheUi, Baltimore '28) E—'Robustelli, New York '17) T—Donovan, Baltimore (Hi) T—Nomellini, San Francisco (16) LB—Schmidt, Detroit (24) LB—George, Chicago Bears (14.) LB—Matuszak, San Francisco (12) HB-Euller, Pittsburgh (10) HB-Lary, Detroit (12) S—'Dillon, Green Bay (20) S—Christiansen, Detroit (19) Hawks and Celtics Run Away From Pack By UNITED PRESS Like two racehorses' running far ahead of the rest of the pack, the Boston Celtics and St. Louis Hawks were matching strides to-, day 8M> games ahead in their re-, spective divisions of the National Basketball Association The Celtics protected that margin Sunday with a W5-98 victory over the Cincinnati Royals while Syracuse, second in the Easl, chalked up a 119-93 rout of lhe Detroit Pistons. NEED A BETTER RIDING CAR? Test-drive a '58 Studetiafcer. 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