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Thursday Evening, December 26, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Loganberries., Monticello Resume Old Rivalry in Berry Bowl Holiday Tournament Opener Saturday Here are the Monticello Tioga Indians, running at a 4-2 clip this season. Front row, left to right, are: Student Manager Joe Sherman, Donel Criswell, Bob McNaught, Ted Lane, John Salomon, Paul Wiseman and Student Manager Bon Dimmit. Back row, left to right, are: Jett Smithburn, Ron Hively, Dennie Hivcly, Tom Holmes, Kon Randall, Jim Zerface and Bill Hahn.. Coach Paul Moore was absent when the picture was taken. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) | Coach John Bennett. Here are Logansport Berries, boasting a 5-2 record for the current campaign. Kneeling in the front row, left to right, are: Student Manager Bob Preddy, Jim Sweet, Ken lies, John Gibson, Tom Hayward, Billy Cuppy, Dave Dickerson and Dtiane Meeker. Standing In the back row, left to right, arc: Coach Jim Jones, Larry Jones, Larry Arlington, Ron Jones, Jim Fiedler, Jim Moss, Larry Cart and Assistant (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Str^ty Slants On Sports By John Strey NCC QUINTETS BEGIN TOURNEY'S. NCC Games All Games Lafayette . Indpls Tech Kokomo Logansport Richmond Marion Muncie Central .1 Anderson 1 Frankfort 1 New Castle 0 W 7 5 6 5 4 5 5 4 4 4 Games Friday Tourney at Lafayette (Jeff, wood, South Bend Central, Fort Wayne Catholic) Games Saturday Tourney at Logansport (Kokomo, - Logansport, Flora, Monticello) Tourney at Muncie (Marion, Rich mond, Muncie Wayne South) Central, Fort Big' Four Tourney at Anderson (New Castle, Anderson, Hartford City, Mississlnewa) Tourney at Franklort (Frankfort, Noblcsville, Hossville, Crawfordsville) Tourney at Lafayette (Finals) Results Last Week Lafayette 40, Frankfort 39 (c) Logansport 75, Peru 74 Anderson 42, Muncie Central 41 (c) Frankfort 66, Tipton 39 Logansport 56, Elkhart 54 Indpls Shortridge 69, Anderson 55 New Castle 64, Greensburg 35 Indpls Attacks 88, Kokomo 85 Richmond 62, Mish'awaka 49 Lalayetto 50, South Bend Central 42 Elkhart 57, Muncie Central 45 Fort Wayne Central 50, Marion 45; North Central conference schools adjourned their league basketball business until next year and immediately prepared to plunge into a busy round of holiday tournaments, Lafayette Jeff, which took over undisputed leadership of the NCC and spilled defending state champion Central of South Bend in the same week, stages its annual cage extravaganza in- a two-day session, Friday and Saturday. The Bronchos will play a tall Central Catholic of Fort Wayne quintet in one part of the doubleheader, while Carl McNulty's once- beaten Elwood Panthers figure to extend the Central Bears oE Etaer McCall in the other attraction. Logansport's final invitational is slated for Saturday afternoon and evening with the Loganberries meeting old rival Monticello, who last year earned the Berry Bowl regional tourney title. Also appearing on the program will be Kokomo's Wildcats versus the Flora Badgers in a pre-sectional test. Three conference quintets move into the Muncie fieldhouse Saturday for-a basketball show with unbeaten South Side of Fort Wayne. Leahy New Aggie Coach Agrees to Terms Via Telephone COLLEGE STATION, T ex., Lafayette's 40-39 squeaker at Frankfort earlier in the week pushed the Bronchos (3-0) a half game ahead of idle Tech of Indianapolis. They're apt to stay that way until .their scheduled January 17 showdown at Lafayette. The Greenclads, in fact, are booked for two other rugged 'road" struggles in defense of.their NCC honors. They must close the campaign February 14 and 21 at Kokomo and at Logansport. Both rivals are formidable on their home boards. Kokomo, an 88-85 loser to Crispus Attucks in a hot shooting spectacle last week, clings to third place in the conference standings with a 2-1,-just ahead of Richmond, Logansport and Marion, all bracketed at 1-1. The Berries gained stature by knocking over Elkhart after a one- point victory at Peru. And Richmond bounced back from a loss to Muncie by upsetting the powerful Mishawaka Maroons. Four NCC performers maintain an average of better than 20 points per game, headed by Kokomo's Jim Rayl with-28.0. Others include Larry Moudy, of Frankfort; Ron Bonham, of Muncie Central and Dale Foster, of New Castle. They are Muncie Central, Richmond and the. Marion Giants. Two-of the four Big Four tourney | CUP)—The Texas. Aggies picked members—Anderson and New Cas- !up a driving football fundamental- tie—will be in action at Anderson" •• _-^—_ — T>-..I along with Hartford City and Mis- sissinewa. Frankfort- will entertain Crawfordsville, Rossville and Noblesville in a Saturday affair at Howard Hall. Jeff Rated No. tin F.W. South Grabs Second State Paul ('Bear) Bryant Wednesday night when Frank Leahy, former coach at Notre Dame, agreed to become head coach and athletic director. Dr. M. T. Harrington, Texas A&M president, said Leahy agreed to contract terms by telephone and that the formal signing of a contract was expected by the end of the week. This may be Saturday at the 'Gator Bowl in Jack- North Edges South 23-20 MIAMI, Fla. (-UP)—.Dick Christy and Jim Ninowski set a frantic -pace with long r-uns and passes Wednesday night as the College North-South All-Stars wrapped up the thrills of a whole season in one night for "28,303 fans in the Orange Bowl. Ninowski, the slender Michigan State quarterback who was named the North's most valuable player, completed 13 of 33 passes for a 295 yards in leading the sonville, Fla., where the Aggiesj Yanks " ] 0 . a *M» vlctor y. meet Tennessee .in their final their third in the 10-game ^ series game under Bryant, who is' going j sponsored for Shrine charities., to Alabama. j His throws, most to teammate However Leahy was in a hos-| Bob Jewctt at end . Produced one pital at Michigan City, Ind., today. jj°" chdo ™ and ^ U P another. The leaders: G PTS AVG Kayl, Kokorao 3 84 Bonham, Muncie ,...3 69 Moudr, Frankfort ...3 66 Faster, New Castle .. .2 43 Moore, Richmond —2 36 Ilannon, Tech 2 35 Jones, Logansport ...Z 34 Shook, Richmond ••••£ 33 28.0 23.0 22.0 21.5 18.0 17.5 17.0 16.5 He slipped an?, broke his ankle Tuesday while carrying Christmas packages into his Long Beach, Ind., home. He was taken to the hospital for X-rays and remained for treatment. ' • Dr. Harrington said Leahy, 49, would be given a salary of $16,000 a year plus rent-free use of a college-owned residence. The contract is for three years. • The Notre Dame graduate, noted for pessimistic attitude despite having winning teams, will become the 22nd coach since A&M fielded its first football team in 1894. Leahy's overall record, including two years at Boston College, is 107-13-9. | Leahy was expected to report to College Station soon after the first of the year, Harrington said. Leahy quit Notre Dame after the 1953 season because of ill health. He compiled an 11 - year record of 87 victories, 11 losses and 9 ties and had six undefeated season. He said Wednesday he-had completely recovered his health. "The Karros Hit by Flu; May Miss East-West Shrine Grid Show . SAN FRANCISCO ('UP) — The I They also put Michigan State's other senior end, Dave Kaiser in position to boot a 36 - yard field goal for what wound up being the winning points. Christy Goes on Rampage Christy, the 180-pound speedball from North Carolina State' who was named the South's MVP went on a second half rampage. He broke through the line for 62 yards and a touchdo_wn in the third period and carried back a punt 57 yards in the final quarter for another score. •As if that were not enough, the stubby "Rebel" halfback from Chester, Pa., nearly pulled off an •upset for the South, a four-point underdog. With 2:15 left in the game, Christy ran back a North punt 47 yards; then with 15 seconds left, he caught a 23-yard pass from Arkansas quarterback George Walker or the North two. There was time for only one play, South Bend Central Slips to Third Spot INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Lafayette's bucking Broncos, who last week wrecked state champion South Bend Central's 36-game winning streak, today continued their climb for Indiana high school basketball honors by topping the second weekly United Press coaches' poll. Coach Marion Crawley's unbeaten outfit moved from third .place to first and succeeded the South Benders in the top spot by a pcant two-point margin' over Fort Wayne South. Lafayette grabbed five first- place votes and a total of 125 points,.the South Siders collected four and a total of 123. South Bend Central slipped to third place with three first places and an aggregate of 119. No less than six teams received first- place votes. Only three quintets hung on to last week's positions. , Jeffersonville remained fifth, Terre Haute Garfield seventh, and Kokomo eighth. Attacks Climbs Indianapolis Atfcucks, runner-up for the "state" to the South Benders last March, and' unbeaten Madison improved their spots. Attacks was the only "Big 10" newcomer, soaring from a tie for 12th place to sixth following its 52-46 victory over city rival Tech. 8. Kokomo 45 f 9. Madison 33 10. Indianapolis Tech 19 11. Elwood 13; 12. Gary Roosevelt, Michigan City 10; 14. Evansville Bosse 9; .15. Fort Wayne Catholic 7;, 16. East Chicago Washington 6; '17. Richmond, Indianapolis Cathedral 5; 19. Anderson, Evansville Central 3; 21. Mishawaka, Muncie Central, Elkhrt 2; 24. Vincennes, Calumet Twp., Terre Haute Gerstmeyer l. Leahy Says He's Anxious to Return To Grid Coaching •MICHIGAN. CITY (UP)—Frank Leahy, recovering at his suburban Long Beach home from a'broken ankle, says he is anxious to get back into coaching after a career in business. He said "final negotiations" after he agreed to become athletic director and head football coach of Texas A&M probably will be discussed Saturday when he talks to university president Dr. M.T. Harrington. "Of course," said the former Notre Dame coach, "we'll have to arrange a time for the formal signing of the contract." If he . is still as "interested" then as he is now, said Leahy, the contract would be signed as soon as physically possible. "I have been thinking a lot about coming back to coaching," Leahy said earlier. Leahy slipped and fell when carrying packages during Christ- Tickets Left For Tourney Tickets are still available for the Loganaport invitational basketball show Saturday at Berry Bowl, it was announced by William J. Brown, LHS ticket manager. Most of the 1,047 quota of ducats sent to Kokomo have been sold, he reported. Monlicello fans will :e seated alongside Kokomo rooters on the rest side of the Bowl. Local specifiers have taken.all of sections E, G and part of H, but Brown said there are seats left in section F and half of section H and I not taken by Flora. All of sections A and J are open. Monticello and Logansport will tangle m the 1 o'clock game with Kokomo versus Flora at 2:15 o'clock. Consolation and championship games are set for 7 and 8:15 o'clock. Madison stepped up from 10th to'I mas preparations Wednesday at ninth. ;his home. He was treated at a Fort Wayne Central, although! hospital for the ankle fracture. :n ,. —j^r«™i-.j m i_ i -m "Tf'c Kfrtlron rvrotfrv utoll " i still undefeated, Tech and Evans- and a dive at"the line" by LSU's !-ville Bosse also slipped. Central's Jimmy Taylor fell one yarJ short 'Tigers skidded from second place as the Yankee forward wall held. I to fourth, Tech from fourth to Kountree Score. Early »> th . ?. nd _, B ° SS ?- <J erai] ^ by The South's other touchdown was ! ?. v ? n ;j vl , lle Cetntraltulas ' w ~ k ? 1Jwas scored early in the first period by! Klcked . down . to 14th . The Bulldogs „<„„, ^,^ „„ .„„„. „„ ,. . . layoff got me over all the troubles Florida halfback Jim. Rountree, I^ a 5* ed " m ' h . m the . J1 ? ltla ' P° n that I had and my local doctor]who ran 13 yards with a pitchout.! Elwood, beaten only by Kokomo i— i...i.i iu_t T i II.L- „ m___,_.- »_ L _e i-:- j.i and a strong candidate for Central has told me that I am healthier than I've been in 10 years." CELTICS DROP ONE The Boston Celtics have such a "fat" lead in the Eastern Division race of the National Basketball Association that even when they . flu bug has again sidelined one 'lose a game, which they don't of the East's star players as the! often do, it doesn't mean a thing. cream of the nation's collegiate football players made readx for the annual East-West Shrine classic. All-America lineman Alex Karras from Iowa complained of a temperature and sore throat Wednesday. One quick look and the East team's medicos put him to bed' at the Santa Clara University infirmary. The Philadelphia Warriors, coming up with their best effort in many weeks, scored early and late | in upending the Celtics, 115 - 105, Wednesday evening to snap a four-game losing streak. The loss" was only the Celtics' fifth in 28 games thus far and still left them with a comfortable seven and one- half game lead over the Syracuse Taylor made two of his three conversion tries good. .Ninowski's 63 - yard pass to Jewett set up the North's - first score which Michigan quarterback James Van Pelt scored on a 12- yard - throw to Kaiser. The North went in front 13-7 at halftime on a 33-yard pass and run play from Ninowski to Illinois halfback Dale Smith. A 72-yard q? kickoff return by Notre Dame halfback Dick Lynch set up the North's third touchdown. Four plays later, Syracuse fullback Ed Coffin scored and Van Pelt converted. Chiang Kai-ehek has been president Nationalist China since 1 and a strong candidate for Central Conference honors,' led the "Second 10." The Panthers were 'l7lh last week. Jeffersonville, Garfield and Fort Wayne Central bagged the other first-place votes. Lafayette risks its ranking in its own two-day holiday show beginning Friday. The Broncos may meet South Bend for the title if both conquer their first-round foes. The Lfac-Up The breakdown, with first places and total points: 1. Lafayette (5) 125 2. Fort Wayne South (t) 123 3. South Bend Central (3) 119 •4. Fort Wayne Central (10 99 5. Jeffersonville (2) 90 6. Indianapolis Attucks 74 "It's broken pretty well," said Leahy, but he added he "never felt better in my life than I do now." "The layoff (from coaching) got me over all the troubles that I had and my local doctor has told me I am healthier than Kve been in 10 years." Newcombe Faces Assault Charge NEWARK, N.J. (UP) — Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Don Newcombe and his two brothers face arraignment today on assault charges filed by a former East Orange policeman.- The pitcher, and brothers Harold and Norman, were all named in a complaint filed by Ulysses Ross. Ross, a former East Orange patrolman, said Don and Norman struck him in Don's tavern Sunday and tossed him outside where Harold threatened him with a gun Harold, contacted at the tavern Bowling COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL W L Barnett Bargain, Barn 30' 15 The Pastime 26 17 Farm Bureau Co-Op 27 18 Western Tire 27 18 Logan Homes 26 19 General Tire Bombers 25 20 General. Tire Squeegees .;.24 21 Wickersham Plumbing 21 24 Jones Auto Service 21 24 General Tire Flats 16 29 Muehlhausen No. 5 16 29 General Tire Jets • 9 36 Three games were won by Jones Auto and Farm Bureau; Two games were won by Wickersham, Barnett, Western Tire and G. T. Bombers. 600 Series — Harry Smith 608, •Bill Griffith 605. 550 Series—B. Lease 572, C. Button 566, J. Insley 557, G. Scagnoli 555, R. Holloway 550. 200 Games-Griffith 219, Button 205, V. Carson 217, Lease 236, Campbell 224, Smith 215-222, Holloway 21)1, Moss 200. Aussies Take 2-0 Net Lead MacKay Good in Losing Cause MELBOURNE, Australia (UP)— Ygung Australians Mai Anderson and Ashley Cooper dealt two dcad- ;ame Americans bitter five-set singles defeats today to all but wipe out U.S. hopes of regaining . ihe Davis Cup. Anderson, opened the payoff challenge round by outlasting surprising young Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, 6-3, 7-5, 3-6, 7-9, 6-3, although the losing Yank stamped himself a star of the future. And then the jam - packed crowd of 20,500 sitting under leaden skies at Kooyong Stadium saw handsome Cooper, and hometown hero, turn back 34-year-old Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, 3-6,,7-5, 6-1, us, 6-3, in what could be the crusher for the U.S. team. The 2-0 sweep left the Aussies needing only one more win in tlia three rmaining matches—the doubles and the pair of singles tests. They're expected to gel that ona more win right away in the doubles when they send Anderson and southpaw Mervyn Rose against the weary Seixas and either MacKay or 44-year-old Gardnar Mulloy of Denver, Colo. "We're down, 2-0, and must take a great gamble in the doubles tomorrow," admitted . L'.S. team captain Billy Talbert after today's losses. "I'm not saying what I jhave in mind — I haven't made my final decision on the doubles team — but MacKay will be a greater player after today's fine showing and any more Davis Cup he plays he'll be even better." Aussie captain Harry Hopman joined in praise of MacKay, who was a late substitute in Talberl's singles plans for ailing Herbie Flam. Said Hopman, "MacKay played really well and has a great tennis future." SUBE SIGN SYRACUSE, N. 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