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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Monday Evening, November 18, 1957. Logan, Monticello, Peru In Cage Debuts Friday Tech r Munoie, Jeff To Begin Cage Season South Bend Central Downs Roosevelt Of Gary In Lid-Lifter _INDIANAPOLIS (OP) - Perennial powerhouses Indianapolis Tech, Muncie Central and Lafayette figured today to join state champion South Bend Central with successful debuts in the new Indiana high school basketball season. this week, only a few quintets, such as Indian- ON TO THE ROSE BOWlr—Bon White, Ohio State fullback, is halted momentarily by Hawkeyc fullback. John Nocera (33) and another Iowa defender on his back, on Iowa's five-yard line. White, however, went the live yards the hard way, taking with him the two Hawkeye hitchhikers, io score the winning touchdown, as Ohio defeated Iowa, 17-to-13; After "name" anapolis Attucks, Terre Haute Garfield and Gerstmeyer and the Evansville elite, still have to launch the long grind. The South Benders, second straight leam to win the state crown last March with a perfect record, downed strong Gary Roo' sevelt Saturday night, 53-42, to extend their string to 31 and an even .chance to eclipse Attucks' all-time '• record of 45 in 1956. • Lafayette, minus four starters ; from last year's state tourney ' finalists, opens against Lebanon Friday. The Broncos lack height but should be faster and more New Coach at Muncie The victory, before a crowd of 82,935 at Columbus, -Ohio, gave the ag g ress i ve Buckeyes the Western Conference championship and the Rose Bowlj °° Ngw ' bid. (International Soundphoto.) I _ , , , , . , ., . — 1 Tech, 19-2 last year, retained its i one-two scoring punch of Eddie Hannon and Harold Boyd and has i 6-7 center in Indulis Brikamanis, Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY You can't blame the Berries' basketball boss, Jim Jones, for being a trifle eager to see Friday's Kokomo-Wabash cage encounter ... It wasn't just because Logansport plays Wabash and Kokomo on succErs- sivs week-ends early in January but here was a chance to scout both quintets . . . Youll recall Jimmy wound up a three-year eoEiching tenure at Wabash this spring when he transferred his allegiance to Logansport. and his family fled from the Russians. Tech opens against city foe Scecina Friday. Muncie, with John Longfellow Jr., at the helm for the first time at one of tKe state'st op hardwood teams, should also be among the best when it opens against Columbia City, also Friday. The South Benders, as expected, had their troubles with Roosevelt. It wasn't until the final period when the Panthers managed only two fielders that the champions pulled away after Roosevelt sniped into a 37-34 lead. The shooting and board work of big Sylvester Coalmen and seven To this columnist, Joe Platt's newest Kokomo club is an. i on g range buckets by Bill Molnar Stray Slants accompanied Jones and two assistants John Bennett and Harold Jamison to Kokomo for the Wildcats' opener . . . And from the good-natured ribbing Jinn received from his former basketball pupils on the Apache varsity as we passed the Wabash section, it appears they're really arranging a "hot" welcome party for the Jones-tutored Berries come next January 3. perhaps weapon" Charlie Maas' "secret from Estonia. The boy enigma Sure, the Kats had everything their pwn way, after! broke Roosevelt's back. a struggling first quarter, and preceded to hammer out a 46 per cent The victory was significant be- batting average on 35 field goals in 76 tries ... But that 85 to 58.; cause Central was not at {u n conquest was recorded over a Wabash team hurt by transfers of two t strengtll Severa i b. 3ys wn o wound first string performers. Kenny Miller, the Apaches' top scorer last; the f 00 u, a ll se ason only 24 season, moved to Rochester and S&vage, a 6-3 pivot man_ went to Iowa.' ; And speaking of trasnfers, Kokomo seems to retain that 'knack of attracting basketball talent from smaller schools in the area Chuck Fawcett, a driving-type of ball player with loads of natural talent, came in from Eastern. He contributed 11 points, despite limited practice since the end of football season ... Big Ed Thompson, the other new addition, came from Lagro in Wabash county. He stands 6-2 and showed his finesse under the boards, getting three tip-iri field goals. The Kats, who finished ninth In the conference last year with but two triumphs in 11 starts; opened with three juniors and two seniors . . . One of those two final-year boys, Don Bowling, found the range in the second half to finish with 23 points .'. . His running mate in the back court, Jimmy Rayl, also harassed Wabash defenders with deft outside shooting. • - He collected eight of his nine fielders goals from far-away places . . . Roger Thurston, up from the "B" team, was nearly : the whole hog on rebounds for Kokomo and found time to ; contribute EO markers . . . Kokomo doesn't look for another - ninth place finish this season. The fall of Oklahoma seemed to meet with approval from 99 per cent of the fans in this area, particularly from a Notre Dame angle ... We believe the Sooners would how sooner and more often playing a typical Big Ten schedule ... Big Ten coaches sounded off on' this idea a few weeks ago listing only two clubs—Indiana and Northwestern—as not capable of licking Oklahoma -this year. The other eight were classed as strong as the Sooners. Who's gonna argue over the selection of Terry Brennan as "Coach of the Week?" The spectacular conquest of Oklahoma and the end of the Sooners' 47-game .string without defeat surely will bring this honor to the young Notre Dame coach . .. Seems like it will stop the alumni sniping for a while, too! Ohio Rose-Bowl Bound liours earlier saw little or no action. Gridi star Joe Winston, for instance, played only a few minutes and got two freethrows. South Bend Central tangles with Hammond this Saturday. South is Loaded Fort Wayne South, also expected :o" be among the cream, opens against Bluffton Friday with four starters back. Don Reichert lost only Chris Stavreti from the starting five. In other major games, Anderson is at Rushville, Madison at Greensburg, Winslow at Huntingburg and Hammond Noll at Gary Froebel, all Tuesday. Friday, Anderson invades Fort Wayne Central, Greensburg i: at Rushville, Seymour - at Mitchell, Silver Creek at Shelbyville, East Chicago Roosevelt's N'JHBC football champions open at Elkhart, Gary Roosevelt is at Michigan City, and Lawrenceburg at Madison. Indianapolis Tech entertains Warren Central Saturday, while New Albany opens against Corydon and Catholic and Central col; lide in Fort Wayne. Winamac, Rochester To Clash on Tuesday Carroll County Card Features Flora Badger Invasion of Camden Tuesday Night; Tioga Indians Host Rensselaer. Basketball forces from Logans- • port, Peru and Monticello are poised for their 1957-58 hardwood debuts this week to highlight the area schedule. The Loganberries will entertain a strong contingent of Winamac; Indians, who already have rolled to successive triumphs over Cam-'den and Monon. i countv crew ' Bowl Picture Clears, But Who's Best? By UNITED PRESS Thp Pulaski countv crew also The smoke of Saturday's sur- wmVrSuT^T^SX >^™^^,±± hosting the Rochester Zebras, who, , „5 swung into their campaign last week with a thrilling 64 to 61 victory over LaPaz. Monticello will floor a veteran aggregation in its curtain raiser against the Rensselaer Bombers. win over Oklahoma, cleared slowly from the '-'ollege football scene today, leaving the bowl picture mighty cleai but the national leadership race in chaos. You can jot down these New Year's Day lineups: Rose Bowl — Ohio State vs. Ore- Only one regular was lost by grad-j g on uation from the Tioga Indians' re- Orans& Bow , _ ok]ahoma vs gional tournament championship! (p ro b a bly) Duke, I'neup.' .,,.!.,,, i Cotton Bowl — Probably Texas Peru jumps right into its Cen-l A&M or Rice vs Navy ol . Army- tral Indiana conference season, Sugar Bowt _ p robab i y Missis- traveling to Plymouth to meet the| sip pi vs Texas ' A& JJ or Kice _ CHICAGO WP) — Ohio State today wrapped up .itss third Big Ten football championship in four years, prepared for its second Rose Bowl trip within that span and made a strong bid for top national ranking. The Buckeyes accomplished their triple objective with v one football victory, a 17-13 triumph over favored Iowa Saturday. The victory was the sixth straight in the conference for Coach Woody Hayes' ground-hugging Bucks and White, a sophomore starred in the winning attack, carrying seven times for 64 yards in | a fourth period drive that pro-' duced the winning touchdown. The Spartan victory oveir Minnesota was almost effortless. Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan. State's candidate for All - America honors, scored two touchdowns. In other Big Ten action, Michigan won its third conference victory by tagging Indiana .with its seventh loss of the season, 27-13. List of Unbeatens Shrinks to Eighteen NEW YORK (UP)— The list of unbeaten and untied college football teams today numbered only 38 members half of whom already 'completed their regular-se'a- Pilgrims. Washington Township goes after victory No. 3 of the young basketball season against one defeat when : the Hatchets play the invading Twelve Mile quintet. Lucerne moves down the highway a few miles to play at Metea in a road 16 clash. Tipton Township, beaten only by Galveston, takes on a strong Bunker Hill cage unit, running at 2-1, at the Miami county school. Galveston hopes to stretch its winning streak to three after an opening loss to Northwestern, by nicking Prairie Township of Tipton county. Rochester's second, appearance of the w«ek Friday will feature the invasion of the Marion Giants, who were hard-pressed last week to nose out Eastern of Howard county". Delphi is slated to try again at North Manchester, after dropping its opener at Northwestern. The annual Carroll county feud between Flora and Camden is due to erupt Tuesday when the two rivals clash at the Camden goal hall. Royal Center and New Waverly, two Cass county teams, will be idle. . ' The schedule: Tuesday Young America at Star City Flora at Camden Gilboa at Reynolds Chalmers at Buffalo Monterey at Kewanna Rochester at Winamac Wednesday Cutler at Scircleville Friday Winamac at Logansport Lucerne at Melea Twelve Mile at Washington Tp. Tipton Tp. at Bunker Hill Prairie Tp. at Galveston Flora at Western Deer Creek vs. Burlington at Camden Delphi-at North Manchester Kentland at Monon Wolcott at Francesville Buffalo at Star City Idaville at Burnettsville Chalmers at Brookston Rensselaer at Monticello Pulaski at Kewanna Grass Creek at Hamlet Richland Center vs,.Argos at Culver Deedsville at Fulton Aubbeenaubbee Tp. at Talrna Marion at Rochester Medaryville at Monterey Gilead vs. Chili at Deedsville Mexico at Laketon Peru at Plymouth And you can hail Ohio State as champion of the Big Ten for the third time in four years for its 17-13 win over Iowa, the Buckeyes coming from behind to win with a 67-yard drive in seven plays in the fourth quarter as soph Bob White lunged over from the five. The Big Question But who 'do you say is the na- ,ional leader? The Texas Aggies, who were No. ., were handed a 7-6 defeat by on the strength of King Hill's and gave Rice the inside track to he Southwest Conference title and Cotton Bowl bid. But even that upset pales alongside Notre Dame's 7-0 conquest of >Io. 2 ranked Oklahoma, smashing the Sooners' record winning streak of 47 games and their r=cocc! streak of 123 games without being ihut cut. Oklahoma's loss does not disturb its hold on a berth in the Orange Jowl. Duke probably qualified for he other berth with its 7-6 win over Clemson on Wray Carlton's catch of a TD pass and extra-point tick. Oregon Assured Bowl Game •Oregon 'clinched the Pacific The most notable victim, of course, during the past weekend was Oklahoma, which had headed the perfect record rnaks since 1954. Texas ASM, Hofstra, Amherst and Prarie View (Tex.) were Pistons Take Lead In NBA Division By UNITED PBESS Along with a change in home sites,' the Detroit Pistons got a good personnel shake-up during the off-season and today they are leading the Western Division of the National- Basketball Associa- IKISH UPSET OKLAHOMA—Oklahoma's Carl Dodd (22), dashes into Notre Dame territory for a 13-yard gain as Sooner fullback Morris blocks out Nick Pietrosante (49) of the Irish. The underdog Notre Dnm« team toppled Oklahoma 7-to-O, and ended the nation's longest collegiate winning streak at 47 games. The game, which was witnessed by 62,000 fans at Norman, Oklahoma, marked the first defeat for the Sooners since November 9, 1953, and the first time in 123 games in which they have been held scoreless. International Soundphoto.) Pro Football Race Deadlocked Colts, Lions, 49ers Share Bobby Layne, Lou Groza, Ben Agajanian and Norm van Brocklin —four guys whose pro football ca reers, total 40 years — played key extra-point kick in the second pe- roles.Sunday to help make the Ka- riod — a boot that snapped the tional League division races as Aggies' 11-game winning streak [tight as wet shoes. ,.v j_ ,...__!. i_ L a y n6j a io-year-man, helped produce a 'three-way tie for first loast Conference bowl bid 3eating Southern Cal. 16-7. by Mississippi's M-7 win over.Ten- nessee means Ole Miss must finish ahead of any other bowl-eligible :eam in the Southeastern Conference, and that should mean a Sugar Bowl berth. However, inel- gible Auburn still is leading the league after its 6-0 win over Georgia and now is the nation's only major "powerhouse" ord team. perfect rec- COMMERCIAL LEAGUE W Barnett Bargain Barn 23 10 p!ace in the Western Division by Jones Aul ° Service leading the Detroit Lions to a MuehlJiausen No. D 31-10 victory over the San Fran- General Tire Flals Cisco Forty-Niners. The Baltimore. General Tire Jets ..8 25 Colts took advantage of Detroit's j Three games were won by Bar- The Pastime • 22 11 Farm Bureau 20 13 Logan Homes : 19 14 General Tire Squeegees —19 14 Western Tire 19 14 General Tire Bombers 18 15 Flamingo Bar 15 18 19 22 23 .11 .10 Two other league titles will be decided next Saturday. In the Ivy .eague, Dartmouth (5-0-1) and Princeton (5-1-0) will meet at Rrinceton for the crown. In the Atlantic Coast Conference, Duke (5-fl-l) winds up against S'orth Carolina and North Carolina St. (4-0-1) against South Carolina. The Southern, Skyline, and Southwest conference titles will wait at least until Thanksgiving triumph in the day's top game and tied the Lions and Forty-Niners for the lead by turning a series of Chicago Bear errors into a 29-14 victory, Groza, playing his 12th season for Cleveland, booted a 23-yard field goal against the Washington Redskins with only 13 seconds to go as the Browns rallied for a 30-30 tie that kept them ahead of the second-place New York Giants in the Eastern race. Ben Agajanian, 'a nine-year-pro, kicked two 26-yard field goals within 50 seconds as New Yo^k shut out the Philadelphia Eagles, 180. The victory, coupled with the tie at Washington, enabled the Giants to cut Cleveland's lead to a half-game. Van Brocklin, playing his ninth season for the Rams, pulled Los Angeles witliin a game of the Western lead when his 34-yard touchdown pass to Lamar Lundy with 81 seconds to go produced a 31-27 victory over the Green Bay Packers. nett and Squeegees; tw« games by Flamingo, Western Tire, The Pastime and Logan Homes. Pick Kaiser Top Lineman EAST LANSING, Mich. (-UP)— Dave Kaiser was named "lineman of the week" by United Press today but you won't find his name on the enrollment lists of any college in the nation. Kaiser, who won the honor largely on the basis of his defensive work against Minnesota, is enrolled at Michigan State University under the name of David Kajzerkowski. Football writers shortened Kaj- zerkowski to Kaiser when Dava played high school football at Alpena, Mich. So, very few of the 56,718 fans 550 Series — Art Brinkniff 561, j'" Spartan Stadium last Saturday Jim Pierce 563, KnuUs Peterson]knew it was really Dave Kajzer- enr* nt.:_l 1^-^lU cnc \T n»»^ n « knWsld whfl f/I'abbCfi (iff H MlllnO- 593, Shirley Kalb 596, V. Carson 568. kowski who grabbed off a Minnesota fumble in midair and raced 200 Games - Brink™ if 201, Jack I ^ yards for the first in a parade Erickson 204, Sam S.ianks 203, j° f Spartan itouchdowns. Walt Fowler 212, Pierce 222, Guido Scagnoli 213, Peterson 200-222, Carson 211, Jr. Moss 204, R. Frank 217, Ora Cunningham 200, Kalb 202-209. CRIME DOESN'T PAY SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP) — Thieves who insist crime pays should ponder the forunes of a local underworld character. Police said a burglar broke into the Raymond Ball home, managed to find only a boltle of beer Although that play was the most spectacular of the game, it was really Kaiser's defensive work that won him the honor as the top lineman of the week. He caught only one pass during the game, for seven yards, but consistently broke in on Minnesota quarterbacks Bob by Cox and Dick Larson and threw them for losses when they were back to pass. PKAYS FOK GIRARD CAMP DREW, Japan (UP) — and some cookies. Then he went!petite Haru (Candy) Sueyama next door to Robert Poulson's , Girard knelt before a Shinto shrine house and found only a nickel in a piggy bank. The Pittsburgh Steelers, third in • netr'rT™ he East at 4-3, and the Chicago | s Frar , c isco Cardinals were idle this weekend. Lo" Angeles Chicago Bears Green Bay Washington 30 Cleveland 30 (tie) day and Nov. 30. the Southeastern until New York 13 Philadelphia 0 jment. INDIANA BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL South Bend Central 53 Gary Roosevelt 42 New Castle 57 Knightstown 54 Elwood 66 Alexandria 53 Ligonier 56 Angola 53 Brownsburg 43 Speedway 38 Worthington 79,Bicknell 42 Fort Wayne Concordia 57 Berne 34 Hunterbown 49 Garrett 46 (Montgomery 50 Washington Catholic 49 Cleveland 611 .857 New York 6 2 0 .750 ittsburgh 430 .571 Washington 251 .286 Chicago Cards 250 .286 Philadelphia 260 .250'. (Only games scheduled). the other teams that failed to sur- [ T j, e f orme r Fort Wayne team Ivive weekend action. left them with only an early sea-; The game marked the first time son surprise loss to Texas Christian to mar an otherwise perfect record. the Hoosiers were able to score more than one touchdown against a conference rivals W L T Pet TP OP Wisconsin improved its chances I took undisputed possession o£ the With the elimination of Oklaho-' top spot Sunday night by 21 per- ma and Texas A&M, Auburn .and,centage points when they downed Arizona (fem'pe) State were the!the Philadelphia Warriors, 95-91. only major representatives on the, The St. Louis Hawks, who had Ohio State Mich. State "owa '.lichigan Wisconsin ?urdue Minnesota "lluwis "ndiana Nrttiwstrn .600 1.000 177 46 510 .833 184 60 .411 .750 152 72 3 2 1 .583 191 10.0 .330 .500 115 iff .3 3 0 .500 106 83 3 4 0 .428 1491C.7 afirs: division fi " sh ^at- list. Each has an 8-0 record and each has two games to play. West Chester (Pa.) is the highest scoring team in' the select group with 327 points in nine Jamestown ON.D.) corn- 2 4 0 5 0 6 0 .000 361% 0 .333 94 H-7 0 .000 20 218 The Iowa triumph nailed down the third football crown since 1954 for Ohio State. The Buckeyes also finished first in 1955. Ohio State's strongest foe for the top" national ranking is Michigan State, a powerhouse whose 42-13 victory over Minnesota Saturday went for naught toward Rose Bowl honors when Ohio State won. ,The Spartans wound up in sec- ,,. - games. Jamestown CKD.) com ing Illinois, 24-13, with Minnesota | pleted itg six . game schedule un. still remaining on the Badger schedule. An alert Purdue secondary intercepted two passes that ended in touchdowns and the offense added two last period tallies to down Northwestern, 27-0. The victory was the third against three losses for the Boilermakers with Indiana as next Saturday's foe. For the hapless Wildcats, it was their eighth setback and sixth; in the conference. beaten, untied and unscon,J upon. INDIANA FOOTBALL COLLEGE Notre Dame 7 Oklahoma 0 Purdue 27 Northwestern 0 St. Joseph's 48 Eastern Michigan 13 on<5 place with a 5-1 record in; Butler 41 Washington of St. Louis lague play with only non-confer- 13 ence foe Kansas State left to play. T/he Buckeyes, who must meet Michigan next Saturday before closing the season, outfought and outcharged the lowans in the closing minutes of the battle. Bob Rose Poly 46 Earlham 7 DePauw 37 Wabash 6 Franklin 34 Illinois, Chicago Branch, 6 Valparaiso 14 Bradley 14 (tie) Murray State, Ky. 33 Evansville 21 been tied for first but have played more games, slipped mathematically behind despite a' 98-97 victory over Cincinnati. In the only other Sunday game, the Syracuse Nationals rallied to beat the Minneapolis Lakers, 110-98. WI'U DIMONSTRATE . . . Gome see Studeb»ker-Paekard'B •ll-new Hawk-inspired styling. 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