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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STEEY Talk about your "Suicide" schedules— the Delphi Oracles will jam • Jive ball games into an 8-day period, beginning Friday at North Maji.. Chester and only one of them happens to be on the friendly Delphi armory boards .'. . Actually Junior Mannies, the genial mentor who . directed Washington Township basketball fortunes the past three years, , doesn't particularly mind the grind at this early stage of the race. * * * Mannies was never a guy to shirk work. He explains: "These - boys need plenty of work for two reasons. Our first six starters graduated, leaving a batch of in. experienced senior boys . . . And secondly, four of the top six players and sftc of the 11 current varsity squad members played football, preventing any early basketball workouts." * * * "So until we get our feet \vet in actual competition, we have no way of knowing what to expect in the way of success this year. That's why our record might suffer in the learning process . . . The night after the North Manchester invasion Friday, Delphi goes to Knox for a Saturday game. The Oracles' home opener against Cam- Notre Dame Is 7-Point Underdog Against Iowa Figure Irish For Letdown Ohio 3-Poiirt Pick Over Michigan \ NEW YORK OUP>— The odds- makers figure Oklahoma will bounce back into the victory col- Martin Goes To Jigers in Big Trade DETROIT ('UP) — Billy Martin, a scrappy infielder who boasts the New York Yankees never lost a )ame may suffer a natural letdown after snapping the Sooners' •7-game winning streak. Consequently, Oklahoma is the liggest favorite on this week's lineup, was obtained by the Detroit Tigers today in a 13-player trade with the Kansas City Athletics. The 29-year-old Martin moved to card, the oddsmakers picking th e Tigers along with outfielders hem to beat Nebraska at Lincoln,! Gus Zernial and Lou Skizas, Neb., by a whopping 27 points. PJ t ^ ler i ^f m M ° r S an , an _ d M' 1 * 6 ^ And Notre Dame was quoted a seven-point underdog against Iowa D a game at South Bend, Ind. Ohio State, second in' the nation al ratings, is a three-point choice aver Michigan at Ann Arbor, den is set November 26. Four days later, Delphi joins the three Howard MTch.; UCLA seven over Southern county schools-Eastern, Western and Northwestern for a tournament Cal. at Los Angeles, and Prince- Kokomo. * « * The seven-school Hoosier athletic conference, now expanded to nine members with the admission of Southwestern in Tippecanoe and Western of Howard county, now claims represent tatives from seven Booster counties ... In addition to the new faces, the holdovers include Delphi and Flora of Carroll county; Winamac in Pulaski; Attica in Fountain; Sheridan in Hamilton; RossviHe in Clinton and West Lafayette of Tippecanoe county. • * * * The headlines in the Muncie Star carried this tearful message: "Honesty Best Policy—Bearcats Face Lean Year. The accompanying story started like this: John Longfellow, new basketball coach •at Muncie Central has been making this observation to service-dub audiences—'Jay McCreary knew when to get out of town.' He isn't kidding! This is definitely a building year at Muncie Central and probably a pretty lean one. Only four lettermen are available and thore isn't much height. End of Quote. * * * Muncie's plight appears touching, but Longfellow shouldn't . be in dire straights for good basketball players too long with a . student enrollment of around 2,000 and among the top 10 schools in the state . . . Longfellow lists nine juniors, two seniors and a sophomore on his 12-man vnrsity and we'Jl wager to say there's some talent in that group even though a trifle inexperienced. * » * About the lack of height complaint, a glance at the Bearcat roster reveals no less than five players standing 6-3 or better and three more above the 6-0 mark No performer matching the 6-8 Ted Sterrett appears on the Muncie list. Perhaps that's the reason for the 'concern about prospective rebounders . . . But then, perhaps thin.gs 'are now shaping up for the Bearcats. A quote from the Muncie Star two days ago: The Bearcats may develop into a better team than is anticipated, merely because everybody is fighting so hard for his position. End of Quote Cage Results ton seven over Dartmouth in a game at Princeton, N.J., which will decide the Ivy League championship. North Carolina State was picked over South Carolina, Baylor over Southern Methodist and Missouri over Kansias, all by the margin of a single point. Oregon and Oregon State at Eugene, Ore., were quoted at even money. The odds on other leading games: East—Pittsburgh six over Penn State, and West Virginia four over Syracuse. Midwest — Purdue 21 over Indiana; Illinois 14 over Northwestern; Colorado 14 over Iowa State, and Wisconsin seven over Minnesota. South — Clemson 19 over Wake Forest; .Maryland 12 over Virginia; Duke seven over North Carolina; Tennessee seven over Kentucky, and Georgia Tech three over Florida. Southwest — Arkansas 14 over Texas Tech; Houston seven over Tulsa, and Rice three over Texas Christian. Far. West — Stanford seven over California, and Washington three over Washington State. CAMDEN—Camden's Red Devils got hot early and stayed that way all evening as they pounded the Flora Bs.dgers with an avalanche Brovm Tops Pro Rushing PHILADELPHIA (UP)— By the looks of things, Jimmy Brown will win his letter in professional football this year as a rookie. Brown, the linebusting fullback for the Cleveland Browns, took . , ,, , . ,, over first place in individual rush- staved off a last quarter rally ing in the National FootbaII INDIANS TRIUMPH WINAMAC—The Winamac Ind- the Rochester Zeb::as L with a ^ d p{ , rfe)rm . ' . of field goals and free throws for, Tuesday night for a sparkbng 69-, ance a g' a i ns t Washington last Sunan unexpectedly lopsided 93-54 vie-164 victory, their third tory in EI neighborhood basketball success of the season, fuss here Tuesday night. straight! J Camden jumped into a 27-8 first quarter lead and kept rambling all the way, having a 42-20 margin Winamac led at each quarter pole 19-17, 38-37 and 59-48 before moving into the winner's circle. Hob March hit 19 points, Ben Alexander at half-time and 62-39 edge at the 16 and Jerry Mangold 15 to set the pace for the Indians. Harold Howard scored 25 points to load the Rochester club and hia chief helper was Phil Coplen with 14. Rochester gained some consolation by winning the B team con- 49-42. test 49-42. Winamac—Alexander 16, Heinsen 11, Hunter, Mangold, 15, March 19, Dumop 8. Rochester— Miller 7, Cloud, Conrad 12, Howard 25, Coplen 14, Fansler 6. KEWANNA WINS KEWANNA—The Kewanna Indians, led by Walt Koebcke's 18 points, turned back the tough Monterey Fliers in a hard fought basketball game here Tuesday night 06 to 50. Kewanna led at each qC ar- ter pole 13-5, 32-25 and 50-35 Kewanna also won the reserve game 28-20. Monterey—P. Keller 8, Davis, Rineholt, Masters 3, J. Keller 15, Minniear 15, Bauer 9. Kewanna— Koebcke 19, Barry Worl 4, GOJ: 3, Grube 5, Bill Worl 9, Hil£ind 17, Good 9. third period before winning. Jerry Yerkes flipped in 28 points and Doug Groninger hit 24 to pace the Red Devils while Oyler was tops for the Badgers with 12 tallies. Camden also was hot in the B team game, wir.ning that one 43 18. Summary: Camden FG FT PF TP Einger 305 Swayze McCain Yerkes Groninger Bieghler Hizer Kesterson Hogan Totals Flora Oyler Wagoner Eikenberry Driggs 1234 Esserman 50 2 10 Guyer 1113 Craft 0000 Neff . 2004 Parrett 0010 Mullendore 1022 Totals 20 14 25 54 4 3 4 11 4 2 2 10 . 9 10 3 28 9 6 3 24 v -0010 4038 101 0 4 1 34 25 23 93 FG FT PF TP 3 6 4 12 4 3 4 11 3258 STARS DOWN YANKS STAR CITY — Staging a swift *urge in the last half the Star City Stars pulled away to whip the Young- America Yanks in a feature basketball game Tuesday night 67 to 46. here The game was tied at 14-all in NFL Plans Early Drcrft of College Players Dec. 2 NEW YORK (UP)—John Crow of Texas A&M, Walt Kowalczyl: of Michigan State, Jim Pace of Michigan and Lou Michaels of Kentucky can expect to be drafted by the National Football League the first period-but the Stars held: Dec. 2. a_ slim 29-26 halftime margin. • Other college stars who can expect to be selected in the league's "early" draft that day at Philadelphia are: Leonard Lyles, Louisville, halfback; Dan Currie, Michigan State center-guard; Dick Campbell, Marquette center; Alex Karras, Iowa tackle; and Jimmy Phillips, Auburn end. Wellington Mara, who has charge of drafting college players for the champion New York Giants, today tabbed Crow, Kowalczyk, Pace and Michaels as four of ;:he outstanding players eligible for the draft. The'Chicago Cardinals get the bonus choice this year. If they choose a quarterback, it may be King Hill of Rice. Then they cut loose, to leads 48-38 at the third period stop and went on to win handily. Russ Schidler hit 19 points and Ray Brown got 18 to lead the Stars while Bob McCoy got 14 to pace the Yanks. Young America won the re- reserve team game 36-34. Summary: Star City FG FT PF TP Wentz 4 5 2 13 Lehman 3026 Ray Brown - 3 12 3 18 Schidler - 8 3 5 19 Kough .3248 Roy Brown 0' 3 4 3 Totals 2-1 25 20 67 Yo. America FG FT PF TP Segraves 5 1 4 11 Cole 0020 Trapp 4048 Swoverland .2014 McCoy 5 4 1 14 Harness 1012 Ennis 0252 Turnpaugh 3155 Totals 10 8 33 46 Camels are essentially animals of the arid deserts and have a great aversion to water, only with difficulty being persuaded to cross even the smallest stream. Read the Classified Ads Brown totaled 532 yards in 130 carries to bump Tommy Wilson of Los Angeles out of the first place spot he held for five'weeks. Wilson was seven yards behind Brown, with Hugh McElhenny (467) of the 49ers, Rick Casares (456) of the Chicago Bears and Ollie Matson (436) of the Chicago Cards following. Tommy O'Connell of Cleveland, passed for 324 yards against the McDermott and catcher Tim Thompson. Detroit gave up outfielders Bill Tuttle and Jim Small, catcher Frank House, and pitchers Duke Maas and John Tsitouris in the swap. The Tigers will send two minor league players to the Athletics at a later date to complete what Detroit officials termed "one of the biggest trades in our history." Martin, a fiery native of San Francisco who was with the Yankees for five years before his exist last summer after a.-n alleged night club brawl in New York, was the key player in the trade from Detroit's point of view. He is expected to take over the shortstop job for the Tigers and pave the way for Harvey Ktienn to move to right field or first base. Two Powers Share Crown Koosevelt, Reitz Tie In Balloting INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—An unprecedented tie today made East Chicago Roosevelt and Evansville Reitz—the best in the north and the cream of the south—mythical Indiana high school football champions 1 for 1957. The United'Press coaches' board finished its season-long chore by acclaiming both perfect-record powerhouses co-champs. Roosevelt's Rough Riders,' third in previous ratings, received a big boost toward the mythical title by taking the NIHSC play-off championship from South Bend Central last Friday, 13-12, for their ninth consecutive victory of-the season and their sixth undefeated season since 1945. Reiz, kingpin of the Southern Conference, played crosstbwn rival Central Tuesday night and meets Evansville Bosse on Thanksgiving in its bid for a 10-game winning streak and its second straight unbeaten season. The Panthers' only- blemish last year was a 7-7 tie against Bosse. Five Firsts Each Both i front-runners received five first-place votes each from the panel. Reitz collected four runner- Up .spots but its bid for an undisputed title was smashed by. one fourth-place 'vote. Each finished with 93 points. Reitz was runner-up throughout the season to South Bend's top- Berries Pin MVP Tag on Bessignano Wednesday Evening, November 20, 19W. Brennan and Williams Gain Honors for Week Sport Parade By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP) — Fraley's follies and the weekend football 'winners" — and if I sound hungry let it teach you not to be on grid games. Game of the Week lo.vva over Notre Dame — Like a man who just ate a big meal, Notre Dame may have a let down after that Oklahoma feast. lowai^... _ ,, always come up . higher than * I ^^^ * **» ft years. Reitz, runner-up to Richmond a year ago, made Don Don Bessignano Bessignano, senior halfback, was chosen as the Loganberries' most valuable football player by a vote of his teammates Tuesday afternoon. •He will join MVPs from seven other Logansport high school athletic teams at the all-sports banquet next spring when trophies are presented. Bessignano, a sure tackier and heady defensive performer, averaged four yards per carry this season, passed on occasions and turn- SOUTH BEND. Ind. (UPl-He told his quarterback to "be reckless, not cautious." He watched that quarterback get reckless enough to snap the nation's longest winning streak, "and the way we played we would have beaten anybody." Yet he still wasn't content in his greatest glory, saying "we should have had a couple more touch- f downs." N j He's Terry Brennan of Notre .Dame-, the United Press football ! Coach of the Week after his Irish i upset Oklahoma, 7-0,- last Saturday and shattered the Sooners' 47- game winning streak, Selection of 29-yar-old Brennan marks the first time that the same man has been chosen coach of the week twice in one season. He also won the honor five weeks ago when the Irish upset Army. The advice to quarterback Bob Williams was unique. "We want you to be fearless and reckless out there," Brennan told him all week. "Think of a play that you couldn't possibly call in any given situation and then call it." Williams threw out his bread- and-butter plays many times, now that the responsibility had been lifted from his shoulders. He passed from deep in his own territory on several occasions. Then, .with Oklahoma weary, he went back to power football in the last period on a relentless 20-play touchdown drive. The victory over Oklahoma lifted the Notre Dame season record to 5-2, with those losses to Navy and Michigan Stale. There's no letup in sight for the Irish, who play host this week to a strong Iowa team smarting from a loss to Ohio State Saturday. Iowa always has proved tough for Notre Dame but how tough can anyone be after Oklahoma? ranking Bears, who dropped to I ed lnt<> the be - st P ass rewiver on third place in the final standings * e Berry squad. He handled all with 74 point s.just two ahead of! che kl *ofU and most of the con- North Central Conference co-l verslon attempts, titlists Indianapolis Tech. Kokomo,! Coach Harvey Roberts lauded shareholder with Tech in the NCC, remained fifth, and Noblesville eighth. For Roosevelt, which placed ... •,, „ ., „" e ™" the United Press Bessignano's steady play: "He was a good leader with plenty of drive, desire and a willingness to work. I think .the boys accomplished something because of hi:r leadership. He earned the honor." Georgia pine for this one- and the -">,,,„ n/MY^VvInnl-inn vnnlr f • 11"M t\-.a trtrjr PHSC iniCC combination may turn the trick. The Midwest Minnesota over Wisconsin — The blueplate special. Ohio State over Michigan — Buckwheat cookies. Illinois over Northwestern — No cream for kitty. Purdue over Indiana — Boilermaker Mickey. Fir.n. Also: Michigan State over Kansas State, Missouri over Kansas, Colorado over lows State and Detroit over Dayton. The W-ist Oregon over Oregon State — On the half shell. Stanford over California — Bear steak. Washington o v n r Washington State — Dog biscuits. UCLA over USO — Alphabet soup. Also: Air Force over New Mexi- the grade for the first time in recent years. It was the first time that the experts awarded the title to a southern powerhouse. Ciintral Lost to Adams South Bend Central, with probably the finest baekfield in the state, lost, much state-wide prestige thu week, before the'-playoff, dropping a 14-7 decision to South Bend Adams. South Bend Washington was acclaimed in 1953. Next came Whiting, then Roosevelt's Rough Riders. , Adams, Hobart'and New Albany gained in the final round-up. Adams moved up from ninth to sixth place, Hobart from 10th to seventh, and New Albany from llth to 10th. South Bend Washington skidded CHICAGO (UP) — A 20-year-old quarterback who needed his coach's advice to play a "fearless" brand of fool ball and thug produced what is likely to be the sports upset of 1957 was picked Tuesday as the United Press Midwest back of the week. He'is Bob Williams, a name (hat is not apt to be forgotten for a long time on the Notre Dame campus or in the whole state of Oklahoma. | Williams got the week's honor I for calling every play in an 80- yard fourth period touchdown drive that stopped Oklahoma, 7-0, and shattered the longest winning streak in football history. The junior quarterback got no help from the bench, Coach Terry Brennan said after the victory. "He had free reign," Brennan said. 'We (old Williams all week j (hat whatever you do, don't be i cautious. Be reckless and fearless. i Think of a play that you wouldn't possibly call, then call it." j Williams worked this strategy | for 168 yards on the ground and 79 | yards for the .game, but failed to make it pay off until about one- third of the final period remained. Then taking over after a Sooner punt on the Irish 20 yard line, Williams called 20 plays to bite off yardage in small chunks until he handed off to halfback Dick Lynch for a three-yard ^ouchdown run. Colt League Champs Honored at Dinner General Tire Jets, champions of the local Colt baseball league this past summer, were trealed to a steak dinner at PurceH's restaurant Tuesday night and eleven players who performed regularly were awarded jackets for their achievement. The Jets went unbealen in league play this year f->r their first crown, with green' The' jackets;, white trim and lettering, were awarded by Manager Jack Jordan to Billy Cuppy, Jimmy Sweet, Bill Haner, Danny Smith, Wally Farrell, Loren Farr.>ll, Danny Farrell, Mike Jordan, Nathan Flatt, Kenny lies 'and Tim Wagner. Colt -League officers, Pock Parmeter and -Ves Corcoran, along from seventh to ninth, and Terre w ith Tnok Tawson head of the co, Tempe over COP, and Colo-. Haute Garfield from sixth to llth'!new' Babe RuS league for next i-oHo ctot-o „,.„,. u.i«t, n - n •*/„„..-, i _»!__ i._! i .... ;,.. „: _i i new *>aDe .tumi iedtue iui UCA.I rival y ear) were special guests. A variety sports film, p-resented by Joe Stewart of General Tire, Schulte. Redskins to hold first place in'. legs, passing with Eddie LeBaron 'of : Arkansas rado State over Brigham Young. '• after being upset by The Sontlliwest Baylor over SMU — Whirlaway steaks. Rice over TOU — Sauted frog Washington, the early season leader, second. Lou Groza, who kicked three field goals in a single game for the llth time in his career, and over Texas Tech- Pork chops and applesauce. Oklahoma over Nebraska— Corn on the cob. Also: 'Houston over Tulsa, Marquette over Arizona and Oklahoma whose third last Sunday with 13 ] State over Hardin Simmons. seconds left, salvaged a tie for the Browns in their Redskins meeting, became the third Brownie to jump into the statistic high spots. He tied George Blanda of the Bears i Panther-meat. The East Princeton over Dartmouth — Tiger tid-bits. Pitt over Penn State — Stewed at 50 points in individual scoring. Jim Mutscheller of Baltimore was third with 48. Johnny Unitas of Baltimore continues to be the most prolific touchdown thrower with 18 completions for scores as well as the highest yardage totaled with 1,530 gained. Y. A: Tittle of San Francisco threw 11 touchdown passes. Pettit Helps Hawks With 38-Point Spree By UNITED PRESS Another prodigipus scoring effort by Bob Pettit has moved the St. Louis Hawks back into_ first place in-, the Western Division of the National Basketball Association. - , 'The former LSU star totaled 38 points Wednesday night in leading the Hawks to, a 118-115 victory over the New York Knickerbockers in the feature game of a doubleheader at St. Louis. The Cincinnati Royals whipped the Detroit Pistons, 92-75, in the opener. Yale over Harvard — Lobster- faced. Syracuse over West Virginia— Orange-juiced. Also: Rutgers over Columbia, Boston U., over Connecticut, Lehigh over Lafayette and Villanova over Wichita. The South Tennessee o^er Kentucky— Chit- lin's and gravy. Maryland over Virginia — Turtle soup. Duke over North Carolina— Deviled eggs. Auburn over Florida State— Undefeated, untied and uninvited, so gentlemen, be seated. Also: Clemson over Wake Forest, Georgia Tech over Florida, North Carolina State, over South Carolina, Alabama over Mississippi Southern and Vanderbilt over Citadel. The Finish The final breakdown, vfith first places and total points: 1. EastChicago Roosevelt: (6) & Evansville Reitz 05)...'..,..:93 3. South Bend Central ,...74 4. Indianapolis Tech 72 5. Kokomo 44 6. South-Bend Adams 42 9. South Bend Washington 25 10. New Albany. 22 11. Terre Haute Garfield 12. Evansville Mater Dei 14; 13, Bloomington, Muncie Central, Seymour 1. GAVILAN VB BYARS CHICAGO (UP)— Former welterweight .champion Kid Gavilan returns to the Chicago Stadium tonight for a televised fight with unranked Walter Byars, but at the same time he'll be demonstrating his personal downfall in little more than three years. provided added entertainment for •the squad. Bowling W L CHURCH LEAGUE St. Vincent 30 14 Lucerne Christian ....... 27 17 St. Joseph 26% 17% Ninth St. Christian .... 25 19 Baptist Tern-pie 24'-A 19% Broadway EUB 24 20 West Bdwy. Prcsby. .. 22% 21% •Royal Center Baptist ..22 22 Royal Center Methodist 19 25 Calvary Presbyterian .. 18 26 Walton Lutheran 13 31 Trinty Episcopal 8% 31% Four points were won by St. Joseph; three points by West Broadway, St. Vincent, Lucerae, Baptist Temple and Calvary Presbyterian. 600 Series — L. J. Burton 644 (.194-173-277) 550 Series — Phil Schodrof 588, Ivor Burrough 561, Clyde Button 557, C. Buskirk 557. 200 Games — Brown 203, Buskirk 238, Schodrof 213, Button 209, DeWitt 205, Sundy 21-4. : Voldes Floors Dyer Twice in Knockout BANGOR, Maine (UP) — Ninth- ranked heavyweight Nino Valdes 215, of Havana Cuba, today hoped his impressive knockout win over Jeff Dyer, 210, of Springfield, Mass., would boost him a notch higher in the heavyweight ranks. IND'ANA BASKETBALL COLLEGE Indiana Tech 106 Giffen 50 Tri-State 69 Huntington 62 HIGH SCHOOL Aurora 55 Rising Sun 49 Gary Froebel 60 Hammond Noll 68 Lowell 59 Wheeler 51 Crown Point 76 Chesterton 68 Versailles 52 Lawrenceburg 47 Anderson 72 Rushville 66 Madison 69 Greensburg 50 Huntingburg 77 Winslow 46 Plymouth 60 Mishawaka 55 Winamac 69 Rochester 64 Blufflon 57 Decatur 53 Cannelton 48 Tell City « Goshcn 47 Nappance 37 Camden 93 Flora 54 Culver 59 Walkerton 56 Lapaz 64 Knox 63 Michigan City St. Mary's 71 Stillwell 36 Mississinewa 65 Fairmount 44 North Vcrnon 46 Edinburg 39 Otterbein 45 Dayton 42 Sandbprn 58 Vincennes Catholic 99 Worthington 76 Lyons 55 Tiffin 60 Mount Vernon 59 NBC Plans 5 Holiday Football Programs .NEW YORK (UP) — The Na-j tional Broadcasting Company will; televise and broadcast five football ; games on coast-to-coast hookups' during the Christmas-New Year's period. They are 'the Blue-Gray game, at Montgomery, Ala., Dec, 28; 'the ! 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