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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, November 21, 19ST. Berries Host Unbeaten Winamac In Friday Test Jim Jones to Unveil First LHS Cage Unit Coach Names Larry Jones, Jim Moss, Ron Jones, Larry Cart and Billy Cuppy to Starting Lineup. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Logansport Pos. Winamac Larry Jones (5-11) F Ronald Hunter (5-11) Jim Moss (6-2) F Jerry Alexander (5-10) Ron Jones (6-5) C Jerry Mangold (6-3) Larry Cart (5-11) ., G Bob March (5-8) Billy Cuppy (5-9) G Allen Dunlop (5-8) GAME DATA—Varsity tipoff at 815 o'clock. "15" team preliminary at 6:45 o'clock. Officials—Jack Small (Lafayette) and Jim Davidson (Muncie). WINAMAC INDIANS POISED FOR INVASION OF BERRY BOWL Jim Jones unveils his first Logansport high school basketball team Friday night at the Berry Bowl against a skillful Winamac Indian contingent that already has three scalps dangling from its belt. Indications point to a capacity ihouse for the two rivals with Winamac fans urgently requesting ticket:; in excess of the 203 ducats sold earlier in the Pulaski county city. The new Loganberry coach suffered his opening rebuff even before the opening tipoff when Jim Fiedler, a 6-6 senior center was counted out of the Winaroac encounter. Fiedler has missed classes all •week and is still confined to hlsj home with influenza. Jones hoped j to groom the big fellow, a "B"| CHICAGO (UP) — A pair of 2 Hawkeye Stars Eye Grid Titles Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY Dee Baker a member of the Logansport high school coaching staff a few seasons'back, hopes the fourth time is the "charmer." Three previous trips to Berry Bowl have ended in defeat for his Winamac basketball units ... But his current unbeaten Indian varsity squad, poised for its Friday engagement against the Loganberries, seems to possess one 'trait more than all the others—shooting proficiency. Winamac even in the season's opener at Camden two weeks ago managed to register a good 30.3 per cent from Hie field . . . The Indians then warmed up to the task at hand and clouted the Mnnon Railroaders with a 44 per cent mark th« following week . . . Two nights ago. Baker watched his charges approach the 50-50 figure by banking in 29 field gnals in « nunimum of 61 shots. That's 47.5 per cent accuracy. Carl KcNulty, the old Washington Township favorite now coaching the Elwood Panthers, may have to vie with his former school— j Rochester—for the top prize in (he Central Indiana Conference this winter . . . Big Carl, who won more friends when his Elwood quintet made such a gallant stand against Crispus Altucks of Indianapolis in the regional tourney, directed the Panthers; to a 66 to 53 conquest of AlexandriEi in a CIC game last week. Coach Dee Baker talks over strategy to his Winamac Indians' basketball squad on the eve oj its invasion of Logansport for the Ilerrlcs' 'Friday opener. Front row, left to right, are Jerry .Alexander, Robert March, Allen Dunfop, RomiJd Depoy, Kcnton Planck and Robert Lewis. Back row, left to right, are: Ronald Hunter, James Freeman, Jerry Mangold, Earl Bcrger, Charles Hcinsen and Victor Healer. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Elwood and Rochester were tabbed by conference officials as the teams to beat in the race to succeed Hartford Cily an champion . . . We think Monticcllo's Tioga Indians may liavo something to say about the final decision before the smoks clears on the 1957-58 season, particularly if the 6-7 giant Ron Randall wrecks opposing defenses. team performer last year, for a shot at either center or forward. This development leaves the bulk of the rebounding chores' to .6-5 center Ron Jones, North Central conference scoring champion last year, and Jim Moss, the nigged football tackle, who will start at forward. Moss is 6-2. Only other returning regular in the starting lineup is Larry Cart, E-ll senior guard, one of the Berries' most reliable performers dur. ing last year's 12-14 season. Cuppy Gets Chance Coach Jones figures to pair Cart with Billy Cuppy in the back court. Cuppy, a first-class ball handler, will be the only junior of the five that will be on the floor at tipoff time. Larry Jones, 5-11 senior who is an able rebounder and good shooter, draws the other forward assignment alongside Moss. Available for reserve duty are| John Gibson, a senior and Tom Iowa Hawkeyes appeared to have individual honors in two Big Ten departments sewed up today but the remaining individual titles are up for grabs Saturday. In conference' statistics released today Handy Duncan, his conference season over, had a cinch lead h total offense with 747 yards, 695 of them from passing. His teammate Jim Gibbons had a wide lead in the pass catching department with 26. Ohio State's Don Clark apparently held, the key to rushing honors.. The Buckeye star did not play last week because of injuries but held on to an 82-yard lead over Wisconsin halfback Danny Lewis. Clark had 522 yards on Ii7 rushei; for a 5.9 average. Lewis ha;i Sacked up 451 yards on 71 attempts for a 6.1 average. The Michigan-Ohio State game Saturday also contains the key to .he individual scoring title. Clark and Wolverine Jim Pace are tied Hayward a junior, in the fronl line. Dave Dickerson, a regular last year and Jim Sweet, a speedy junior, are set to spell the starting guards. Winamac is rolling ahead in high gear after three consecutive triumphs. The Indians slipped by Camden, 51 to 49, while shaking out their kinks, in the season's debut. They lowered the boom on a tall Monon Railroader quintet, 68 to 32 last Friday and this week stopped the Rochester Zebras with a fancy 47.5 shooting average. The score was 69 to 64. Mangold Improves Coach Dee Baker's squad with Jerry Mangold at 6-3 the only performer with any substantial size shows up creditably on the backboards despite the height deficiency. Winamac's other four starters all are "shorties," Forwards Ron Hunter is 5-11 and Jerry Alexander stands only 5-10. The back- court guardians Bob March anc Allen Dunlop measure 5-8. March, who tallied 15 points against the Berries last year, is working on a 20-point average for his first three outings. He hit 21 at Camden and followed with 18 against Monon and 21 in the Rochester game. Baker is particularly pleased with the improved scoring of Mangold, who riddled Monori's defense for 22 points and netted 15 against the Zebras. Sophomore Charles Heinsen, 6-1 youngster is Winamac's top relief man. He tallied 11 points to help the Indians beat Rochester. Also ready for action Friday night are Earl Berger, 6-2 sophomore; Rorald DePoy, Jim Freeman and Victor Heater. Officiating the "B" team preliminary at 6:45 o'clock will be Larry Foster of Kirklin and Gerald Sweet of Logansport. Varsity game referees are Jack Small of Lafayette and Jim Davidson of Muncie. at 48 points. Another Wolverine, Jim Van Pelt, will be bidding for the conference passing crown agains 1 : the Buckeyes. Van Pelt, helped along by six touchdown tosses, was hard on the heels of Jim Ninowski of Michigan State for the honor in the weighted ratings. Ninowski completed his ccnfe::- ence season with a passing average of .604 good for 450 yards and four TD's. In team standings Michigan State lead the league in both cf- fense and defense. Conference leader Ohio State was second in offense, fifth in defense and Iowa, third in the standings, was second on defense and third on defense. Illinois and Michigan rounded out the top five on offense, Purdue and Wisconsin led Ohio on defense. INDIANA BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL Gary Mann 59 Gary Edison 42 Griffith 59 Dyer 32 Plainville 44 Washington 42 Ashley 62 Edon, Ohio 36 Huntertown 76 Monrooville 36 Huntington Catholic 102 Lancaster Twp. 71 EX-MAYOR DIES FRANKFORT (UP)—Ralph T. Cheadle, 80, former mayor of Frankfort, died Wednesday -in Clinton County Hospital. Cheadle served one term from 1948 to 1952. He was a Democrat. HYBRID CORN AND HYBRID SORGHUM Claude B. Kfme R. R. 2, Denver, Ind. Phone 2627 Optimism Rising In Indiana Football Camp Dick Hanaway, director of Burnettsville's basketball forces last year, has an unenviable task of sending his Tipton Blue Devil cagers against the Kokomo Wildcats Friday ..night . . . Hanaway's debut last week was something short of successful when Tipton. bowed to Sharps- vilie, 45 to 41. Kokomo, meanwhile, piled up an 85 to '58 verdict on lh« Wabash Apaches. INDIANAPOLIS (OP) — Despite the odds, there was rising optimism today in the Indiana University football camp as the undermanned Hoosiers got in tlistr last practice licks for Saturday's showdown clash against Purdue. It will be a real grudge battle for the "Old Oaken Bucket" at Bloorr.ing'ton, with the "side saddle" Hoosiers itching to avenge nine straight setbacks at the hands of the Boilermakers from Lafayette and to salvage some prestige from an otherwise disastrous season. Purdue, nevertheless, was a three-touchdown choice to nail another "P" to the resty chain of the moss-covered bucket emblematic of supremacy between the state's two Big Ten rivals. Indiana was expected to be pitched sky-high by its coaching staff, the student body and the tack built around Jim Yore, one of the hardest-running wingbacks in the conference, and a core of experienced ends." Coach Jack Mollenkopf said Purdue was "expecting and preparing for as tough a game as we have had all season." "Purdue long ago learned t o respect - Indiana as a foe in any kind of competition," said Mollenkopf. "This game can't be decided on paper—it will be decided on the gridiron with both teams ready for a top effort." Purdue .500 For Season Burnie Miller, the Indiana scout, said Purdue has a "big, slow line, a good football team that is exceptionally good defensively." "We can beat them if we play good ball," he said. "I feel the 28,000 - seat Wrigley Bums, Giants Open in West SAN FRANCISCO CUP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants, playing their first year in the Far West, will get to show off in front of Pacific Coast fans nearly every day for the first three weeks of 1958, National League schedules released today revealed. The Giants, who wiil be playing in Seals Stadium with a seating Gavilan Beats Byers For 105th Ring Win CHICAGO (UP) — Former welterweight champion Kid Gavilan avenged a defeat with his 105th professional triumph, but his unimpressed victim discounted the outcome because "he's going down-hill." "lie's a better fighter than he was when I beat him & year ago," Bostons Walter Byars said, "but hes still going down. He's better just because of determination to prove to himself that he's not capacity of only 25,000, play 22 of-washed up.' : their first 25 games at home; the'; Byars, who lost a 10 round de Never count Rochester out of a basketball game. discovered that an 18-point lead late in the third period wouldn't stand up. The Zebras won that one last week, 64 to 61 ... H was a similar case Tuesday when Winamac hustled into a 53 to HZ third quarter advantage. Rochester bounced back strongly to pull within two points at 60 to 58 with 3:21 left in the game. But Winamac survived the rally to win, 69 to 64. Coach Paul Rockwell's Zebras will visit Berry Bowl next Wednesday, hoping for another impressive performance Logansport remembers the last time a year ago when the Fulton county net snipers extended the Berries to a 71 to 69 score after a scorcher that could have gone either way. Martin Wants Part Of Money Athletics Received in Trade KANSAS CITY, Mo;, (UP) Dodgers, who may play in either j cision to the former champion 1 Billy Martin, chagrined at the Auburn Seeks Defense Mark NEW YORK (Tjpj-if undefeat- boys are ready to go out and get; 105,000-seat Coliseum this one." Hicks agreed. "These kids are really burning alumni who last winter v o w e d -to beat Purdue," he said, hey'll lick Purdue following the! By upsetting Purdue, Indiana one-year suspension of head coachJ could possibly escape the Big Ten Phil Dickens. The Hoosiers served I cellar with a shot in the arm for Chiefs Shaded 2-1 In Hockey Thriller By UNITED PRESS The Louisville Rebels moved into a first-place lie with Cincinnati in the International Hockey League Wednesday night, shading Indianapolis, 2-1, before about 2,200 fans at Indianapolis. All three goals were scored in the final period. The victory tied the Rebels with Cincinnati at 14 points each. Cincinnati holds top spot, however, with a 7-3 record. Louisville has lost two games more. Fcrt Wayne and Troy are tied with li points oach. Toledo Jind Indianapolis have 9 each. - its new streamlined athletic program. Purdue, .500 for the season, is shooting for a first-division finish in the Western Conference. The Boilermakers plant their hopes on a burly line and the passing of Bob Spoo and Ross Fichtner. Pulaski-Kewanna Game Postponed to Dec. 4 PulaskMCewanna high school basketball game from Friday to Wednesday, December U, night was announced today because of ill- ness <* squad members. notice it won't be a pushover by playing their best game o£ the season at Michigan last Saturday. "Gaining Confidence" Indiana bowed, 27-13, for its seventh loss in eight games this season. But its stand against the heavily-favored Wolverines was impressive. It was a far cry from some slaughters only weeks earlier- such as 54-0 courtesy Michigan State, 56-0 by Ohio State, 34-0 by Minnesota. "These kids are gaining confidence and finding they can d o some things and they feel in their hearts they can win this one," said acting coach Bob Hicks. "Thisj squad has proved to me its ability! to bounce back." With that kind of spirit "and 60 minutes of our best football, who knows?" he added. "We're going out there and give it all we've got..." Fritz at Fullback Hicks said he planned to start Tom Kendrick as tailback, replacing Norm Mackin, and Ed Fritz at fullback, replacing the injured Ken Hubbart. Either Tom McDonald or Steve Filipowski will quarterback the Hoosiers. The scouts, as usual, exchanged diplomatic courtesies. Purdue's Joe Dienhart warned: "Don't discount the Hoosiers." "Indiana found itself against Michigan when it turned in its I best performance of the year, said I „ . . _. .... . , , Dienhart "It has a diversified at-|Kead the Classified Ads of their first 21 tilts front. At Dodger headquarters there was great elation over the drastically revamped schedule. "When we won our 1055 pennant we got away to a huge lead on the home lot," said business manager Harold Parrott. "We had the same type of schedule." There was equal exuberence in Seals Stadium, where publicity director Gary Schumacher said the schedule "suited the Giants fine." "It will give us a chance for a great start," said Schumacher, 'ley Field or the j Wednesday night, said he thought trade that switched^ him from the ed and untied Auburn can ,, ol( sum, wW play 18 " : won the fight, but the judges '• Kansas City Athletics to the DC- • ODDonenls F]ot . id :ilts on the home l gue ss didn't 8 go to the same troit Tigers, sa.d lodaj'the deal ' ' <™ ™ PP°" *to-J nd school I did, so he got the decision. "I proved I'm a better fighter | now," Gavilan said, "But it wasntj hold' Florida should" Include some money for State and Alabama—scoreless, it Martin. , will finish the season with the best Describing the trade as one that I defensive record in 10 years "rtnr^ niMimihnHv Vinnnv tmh me*.*' 1 . .. . . iw," Gavilan said, "But it wasnt "got everybody happy but me, good fight. I know when I fight it-he infielder admitted it was good fight,.and this wasn't. He "great to be a contender again ° °. ' __ '...I...I. _• • 1 __J <U n *. 4-lirt. AtKlntlsin kept covering up so I couldn't hit him. TIPTON JUNIOBS WIN Tipton Township won two junior high school basketball games from Lucerne Tuesday night at Lucerne, •taking the seventh grade contest, 35 to 16 and the eighth grade tilt, 43 to IS. Tipton Seventh — Lake 2, Gunter 5, Erbaugh 2, Roe 0, Ayer-s 12, Dutchess 7, King 0, Babb 2, Helvie 2, Hinkle 2. Lucerne—Swank 4, Deck 4, Gilmer 2, Pie-cefield 4, Marshall, Ohristopherson 1, Min- n:ek 0, Herd 0. Tipton Eighth — Fran-tz lil, Widner HdnWe 24, 1, Rush 2, Preis'ser 2, Layman 3, Wilson 0, Grant 0, Wolford 0, Lowry 0, Cook 0. Lucerne—Burrou-gh 2, Wayrr.ire 0, Scheetz 2, Kelly 2, Barnett 0, Robinson 4, Curry 5, Hayden 0. Boston's Win Streak Up to 11 Games in NBA By UNITED PRESS = The New York Knickerbockers and if we are in contention, we will seek a second straight victory have a fine string of homo games'over Minneapolis tonight while the from Aug. 12 to Sept. l against, Detroit Pistons take a crack at 'ending Boston's 11-game winning streak in a National Basketball Association doubleheader in Detroit. The Knickerbockers were 'fresh from Wednesday night's 105 - 101 victory over the Lakers and need- Chicago, Cincinnati Milwaukee and Los Angeles — 19 games at home in a row." Sawchuk Holds No Fear Of Rangers' Scorers Goalie Terry Sawchuk must have the New York Rangers' number. Every other netminder in the National Hockey League has hac trouble handling the high - flying •Rangers this season — but not Sawchuk, who has limited New York to five goals in 'four games. The veteran Detroit Red Wings' goalie thrilled a crowd of 12,628 at Madison Square Garden again Wednesday night in holding the Rangers to a 1-1 deadlock. Second period goals by Bob Pulford and George Armstrong enabled the Toronto Maple Leafs to defeat the Chicago Black Hawks, 2-1, at Toronto. The game was witnessed by members of Russia's touring amatuer hockey team, who termed the play "unnecessarily rough." Announcing the Friday - Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22-23-24 OF BENNER'S PURE OIL SERVICE DEAUBR PAUL &ENNER formerly with Wake-Up Oil Co. GRAND OPENING SPECIAL Set of JEA'NETTE TUMBLERS or carton of coke Given Free with each purchase of 7 gallons j>f gat Come In-Get Acquainted-Register for free Turkey/ Benner's Pure Oil Service West Market of Cicott Street Phone 5904 but insisted that the Athletics should "fork over some dough to me. teams. Auburn has allowed only 21 points in eight games, National Collegiate Athletic Bureau stab's- This may he pretty strong ta'-ki''" showed today, and if it can for a 251 hittftr," said Martin, I blank lts flnal opponents, its 'But they say six clubs were atter points-allowed total will bs the me and if that's so, I must be pretty valuab'e." The fiery Martin, once Casey Stengel's "boy" of the New York Yankees, declared "everybody in the majors is worth at least the $10,000 waiver price and if I was the key man in the trade that's made everybody happy, I think I ought to get something, too." BUTLER NAMES MVP INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — John ed a win to go into a tie for third j Ifarrell, Bloomington, Wednesday place with Philadelphia in the, night was awarded a trophy as Eastern Division of the NBA. The Warriors bowed to Cincinnati, 9989, Wednesday night despite the return of Tom Gola. Butler University's "most valuable" football player during the past season. 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