Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
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Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. Second Trip in Four Years Ohio State Accepts Rose Bowl Invitation CHICAGO ('UP) — Big Ten football champions Ohio State readied its football ammunition for the West Coast today for the second time in four years. The Buckeyes took all the Big Ten had to offer by beating Iowa for the title a week ago and then walloping Michigan, :i-14, for its seventh straight conference success Saturday. The Michigan triumph brought an immediate invitation to the Rose Bowl and Athletic Director Richard C. Larkins promptly accepted on behalf of the Buckeyes. By coming from behind to down Final Big Ten Standings By UNITED PRESS W. L. T. Pet. TP OP week ago with a 4-1-1 record in the league, lost the ball three, times on fumbles but still defeated Notre-Dame, 81-13,-with a fourth quarter pass . play from K.andy Duncan to end Tom Norton. Purdue and Wisconsin tied l:or fourth place, each winding up with a final victory and a 4-3 conference slate. The BoilermaKers blasted . Indiana, 35-13, in the annual battle l:or more Dale Hackbart again proved the Old Oaken Bucket, and sopho- the man to watch in Wisconsin's up-and-coming Badgers. He scored both touchdowns in the Badgers' 14-G win over Minnesota. Attacks and Gerstmeyer Join Warfare Hammond Is 32nd Straight Victim Of S. B. Central INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Indianapolis Attucks and Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, state finalists last! Courier - Express '. 1-2 year and two of the toughest quiii-1 Three games were won 'by'Jones lets in recent years, along with; Auto, All-State • arid Wolf; • two touted Evansville Bosse and Co-, games by Golden Rule, Glen Reid Bowling THURSDAY LADIES LEAGUE W L Jones Auto Service ........ 24 12 Golden Rule ............... 21 IS All-State Insurance ....... .21 15 Glen Reid Roofers ......... 20 16 The Tap ............... V...20 16 WSAL ... ................. 20 15 Wolf Cons tru ction . ..". ........ 20 16 Logan Bowlmor ........ '....IT 19 Myers Florist .... .......... 15:21 Irene's Pantry ..•..,' ..... ....15 21 Gossard liimbus join Indiana's high school basketbai] warfare this week. and Irene's. 500 Series—Anna Sawini. 521 (156- Attucks, under coach Bill Gar-i WG-187). rett of Shelbyville and Indiana" 450 Series — M. Rudig 489, R. University fame for the first time, gets its baptism against Sheridan Friday and Gerstmeyer here the ^ext night. i Ohio State Mich. State Iowa Purdue ' Wisconsin Michigan Illinois Minnesota Indiana Nrthwstrn 7 0 0 1.000208 60 '• to a 27-0 win over Northwestern. 510 .832184 60, It was the third conference victory 411 .727152 72) lor the lllini and the ninth loss tor the Wildcats, their poorest seaiion in history. ,7-430 .571 131 96 .430 .571 129 103 . 3 3 1 .500 145 141 . 3 4 0 .429 121 117 .350 .375 K5 171 ..060 .000 33 253 .. 0 7 0 .000 38 223 the Wolverines, Ohio State collected its 24th conference win in 26 starts since the 1954 campaign. It also gave the Buckeyes their second Rose Bowl bid since then, and their third conference championship. Favored over Oregon The Bucks made their most impressive showing. in 1954 under Coach Woody Hayes when they wound up undefeated with a string; iapsas,"assessed each player a $25 Irate Chiefs' Coach Metes $25 Fine to Each Hockey Player By UNITED PRESS The Fort Wayne Komets scored four goals in the middle period Sunday night to defeat the Chiefs at Indianapolis 5-4. The loss dumped the Chiefs into last place in the International champion South Bend Central last March, are 'without classy Albert Maxey but retained half a dozen lettermen, among them sparkplug Lavern Benson and 6-5 Edgar Searcy. A big questionmark, however, was 6-4 Odell Ponel, who was out of school last week amid speculation he quit. Should he return, Garrett said he'll miss at least the first couple of games for breaking training rules. Gerstmeyer Rebuilt Gripe 477, M. Daugherty 494, C. Busclmran 481, E. Shanks 479,'A. Skelton 478. '160 Games—-Rudig 182-174, Linden 160, Homey 166, Cripe 165171, Carney 173, Buschmann 164176, S. Gaby 167, E. • Mollencup 199, E. Scagnoli 178, D. Patty 164, E. Shanks 169, A. Skelton 168, B. Hatton 167. Balding Earn;* $1,200 For Palm Beach Win WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (UP)— Al Balding, whose four- under-par 68 won the $10,000 West Navy Must Beat Army For Bowl Bid teams, 13' of which have ended their seasons. In last Saturday's action: Yale trounced Harvard 54-0 and Princeton took the Ivy League title with its 34-14 win over Dartmouth. Oregon State gained a tie for the Pacific Coast Conference crown by upsetting Oregon, 10-7 and North Carolina rallied from a two : touchdown Duke, 21-13. Michigan State, the nation's No. 1 team, fumbled 13 times but Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Today's Sport Parade By OSCAR FRALEY" United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK—UP — Fearless deficit to upset Fralcy's facts and figures: year, says he is in a unique coaching spot. Brandeis has only bean playing football for seven years on an in- I . Navy will be the favorite over tercollegiate basis and has gradu- I's No. Army in this weekend's service lated only six teams. Duke Oranffp^owl 1 l ' eam t fumbled 13' times but academy football classic and, ae-i " We have very few alumni at s downed Kansas State, 27-9; sec-j cording to Middie coach Eddie | tne -moment," Benny grins. "This The drama of the Army-Navy ond-ranked' Ohio State ended a Erdelatz, one of the biggest rea-i mearlSt naturally, that the coach game' with a possible bowl bid a t'P erfect Bi S Ten season -with a'sons lias to be that "this team is ; i sn -t O n much of a hot seat." stake/sets the style for a double- 31 ' 14 rout * Michigan; third-j more relaxed and has more fun barrelled program of showdown games winding up the 1957 college, football season this week. • With Duke officially named Sunday as Oklahoma's rival in the ranked .Auburn easily • downed than any team with which I was Florida State, 29-7; and fifth- ranked Oklahoma rebounded from its loss to Notre Dame to trounce Nebraska, 32-7. Other teams in the top 10 were idle. and Notre-'Dame at SMU. Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla;, four! After this week, only two top major bowl'berths still are to be'games remain to be played next filled and,' in addition, this week's week—Pittsburgh at^Miami (Fla.) games on either Thursday or Sat- ~~ J "-'-—"- - - 1 - """ urday will determine five major conference champions. . Still to be picked are both teams in the' Cotton and Sugar Bowls and the champs in .the Southeastern, Southwest, Southern, Skyline, and Border Leagues. . * After a formfur Saturday when only one of the nation's top ' 10 teams, ninth-ranked. Notre. Dar.de, •was beaten (and then by eighthranked: Iowa, 21-13), here's hpw the major bowls are lining up: Rose—Ohio St. vs. Oregon Discuss- Formation Of New Grid Leaque* NEW YORK (UP) — Representatives from Brooklyn, Jersey City, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Rochester and .Syracuse, held an eight-hour meeting Saturday to discuss forming an Eastern Professional Football League. Ronald Morgan of Rochester, spokesman for the group, said the league hoped to begin playing in ever associated." This crop of future admirals is INDIANA BASKETBALL COLLEGE a wise-cracking, fun-loving bunch | C | ty O f Richmond Tourney which always has the bright quip: E ar iharo 71 Indiana Central 62 ready. Once, during a chalk talk Transylvania 78 Rio Grande 74 for the California game, the scout,Marian 73 Concordia 66 advised them that one rival half-.Anderson 73 Taylor 56 (final) ambidextrous. .You know what that means?" "Sure?" 'one of the Middies re- Hose Poly 49 Vincennes 44 plied. 'It means he runs equally * Detroit Tech 59 1958 or and would not ask u .. uu * r*— "" ..--- -i—,--- •; . f, —/MII.- T-. i iJMO vi AWU cum wuum UUL e»3iv Palm Beach Open championship, Orange-Oklahoma vs. Duke f working agreement with the Gerstmeyer, spoiler of Attucks' today, is a sure contender for other 'Cotton - Rice or Texas AfcM, N tiona i Football League l.S^™™"!? 1 ™^ winter circuit tourneys - especial- vs Navy. or Mississippi ' , <We don , t want sa ' last year's opener, is virtually re- Iy those in Florida. lost to I Attucks in the afternoon session of , Hockey League with a 4-7 record *e state tourney finals have only *' ° . . , C™ TMirnf nnn r^hnwlin T.Toll lia/slr and only 9 points. 6-5 pivot ace Charlie Hall back id only 9 points. " " r ''"" .—7. ~"?»"- """""-"• Indianapolis coach Leo 'La-1 from the starting me-up. But How- moureaux, angered by defensive!a™ Sharpe indicated he- has i 4M<uMB *,**•. , o v j.__ jmni.rtU f *»!««*• (-I1 »vmlrf onnf Vi/sw of 10 victories, seven in the con- fj ne ference. They capped this accom plishment with a 20-7 Rose Bowl win over Southern California. In 1955, the Bucks were ineligible for the bowl but finished in first place with six conference wins and no losses. They dropped heir only two conference games in four seasons last year, finishing fourth to champion Iowa with a 4-2 record. Hayes' crew would have added another undefeated year to the record but for a pesky Texas Christian which scored an upset over the Big Ten champs in the season's opening game. It would figure as an even greater upset if the Pacific Coast Conference king Oregon stopped the Buckeyes on Nuw Year's Day. Michigan State, runner-up in the Big Ten grid scramble, wound up •with a 5-1 mark in conference action but' risked its top national ranking by allowing underdog Kansas State to move in front for three periods in Saturday's game. "I want 60 minul.es of hocliey out of every player," he said. 'That's what the fans are paying for!" Fort Wayne and Troy are tied for third place with 15 points, one notch behind Louisville. Toledo is next with 11. enough talent to mold another tourney .-ontender. Gerstmeyer opens at Greencastle, the only team to beat Sharpe's bunch in pre-state tourney firing, Wednesday. Greencastle has dropped two of its first three games. Bosse, expected to be much better, than last year's 8-10 season record, has date at burg Friday and invades Columbus the next night for probably the toughest weekend program of . . . ,any major outfit. new general manager of the; But Columbus will be even Cleveland Indians, talked trade, busier. Bill Stearman takes his Sunday with Chicago White Sox!Bulldogs to Bloomington Tuesday 1 and they meet South Central Conference rival Connersville at home Lane Wants Fox or Aparicio From Sox CHICAGO ('UP) — Frank Lane, Balding, who collected $1,200 for Sunday's victory, has won only three pro-championships and all of them were played in Florida, He won the 1957 Miami Beach Open last spring, the 1955 Sanford, Fla., Open championship and Sunday's title here. Rumiers-up to Balding's 209 were Bert Weaver of Beaumont, Tex., and Dow Finsterwald of Tequesta, Fla., with 210. In a six^way tie for 4th place were Peter Cooper of Lakeland, Fla., Jay Hebert of Sanford, Fla.; SugEir — Rice or Texas AfcM vs. 'Mississippi. Key Games Coming Up Three games will probably settle all four bowl bids. Texas AfcM (4-1-0) meets Texas on Thursday's Turkey Day card and Rice (also 4-1-0) meets Baylor Saturday. l£ both contenders win, they tie for the Southwest Conference crown and Rice goes to Cotton with the Aggies probably to the Sugar. If one wins while the other lose.s winner gets title and Cotton Bowl b|prth, loser probably gets Sugar. working agreement with the National Football League because we don't want to be a farm system for anyone," Morgan said. "We think there are well with botli feet." Figured on Pay-TV Walter O'Maliey of the Dodgers and Horace Stoneham of the Giants figured heavily on pay-TV when they moved their ball clubs to Los Angeles and San Francisco respectively. But a poll of 45.000 readers by TV Guide shows that 96 per cent are against subscription TV—with the most opposition coming from the West Coast. In Los Angeles, where the city administration has approved franchises for pay-TV systems, only 3.51 per cent of the voters favored pay-TV... which means that 96.49 per cent were against it... Picking All-America teams can Greenville, III., Tourney Oakland City 74 Greenville 6» (third place) enough players who don't make; be mighty silly but you have to National League teams to give us ' slow down and listen when a team _° . " ,i ii__ TT_ • :i.-. *r *nNi« a great deal ot talent. Delphi Bows to Knox On 28 Free Throws KNOX—Delphi's Oracles dropped their third straight basketball game of the season Saturday night to a hot-free throw shooting Knox Mea.nwhile, Navy is expected to team. The hosts caged 28 of 36 .ice-presidents Charles Ccmiiskey and John Rigney, but no deals were reached. Lane said his primary a' m is to "strengthen the Indian infield, especially around second base." But White Sox veeps have .said tha 1 : second baseman Nellie Fox and shortstop Luis Aparicio were not on the trading block.. Comiskey and Rigney said they The Spartans uncorked a three-i were iterested in Cleveland pitch- touchdown rally in the final session to come out with a 27-9 victory over the Kansans. : Season's Last Games Iowa, closing its campaign a ers Don Mossi, Ray Narleski and Early Wynn. But Lane indicated those three were not available tin- less the White Sox bosses talked in terms of Fox and Aparicio, Friday before hosting Bosse. 32 In A Row Shelbyville is next for South Bend's defending state titlists Friday. The champs made it 32 in a row at the expense of Hammond Saturday night, 69-39. Hammond managed only one fielder in the first period. Sylvester Coalmon with 19 points and Bill Molnar with 16 paced Central's Bears. Other better conference games Tuesday include Princeton at Hunlingburg and Bedford at New Albany in the SIAC. Kokomo, easy and Walter Burkerco, Franklin Hills, Mich. All at 213. winner of its first two starts, entertains North Central Conference foe Frankfort Wednesday. Madison seeks its sixth in a row at the expense of Batesville Tuesday and Jeffersonville, another strong downstate club, opens against Paoli. Rossville is at Lafayette and Muncie Central at Shelbyville Wednesday. In other top non-loop games, Elwood is at Kokomo, Logansport at Fort Wayne Central, Fort Wayne North at Muncie Central and Kendallville at Fort Wayne South, all Friday. Saturday, the fare includes Indianapolis Tech against Southport, Lafayette at Hammond, and Fort Wayne South at city rival Concordia. Also at stake in what promise:; to be a high-powered game is the Lambert Trophy, emblematic of Eastern grid supremacy. Mississippi — certain for 'a bowl game — will take the Southeastern Conference if it beats Misisis- sippi State Saturday and bowl-ineligible Auburn loses to Alabama. For the other league titles; VMJ can clinch the Southern Conference by beating Virginia Tech; Utah can clinch the Skyline .by beatir.g Utah State Thursday, and Arizona (Tempe) St. needs to beat such as the University of'Pitts- burgh names its all-opponent best. The Panthers tabbed Oklahoma's Clendon Thomas as the hardest runner to stop and also named as "great" Army's 'Bob Anderson, Oregon's Jim Shanlcy, Duke guard Roy Hord and Syracuse end Dick Lasse . . Horse Food Costly The next' time you complain about the high price of hamburg and black-eyed pc-as, be thankful you don't "eat like a horse." Horace Wade at (Mfstream Park reports that it cofts S12 a day to 39 for three quarters, before Knox pulled away during the final min- ujal lt uufLb ^ a uaj w utes. Jim Landis led the Oracles | feed and train a thoroughbred, not with 22 points and Wayne Wentzel counting shoeing veterinarian tallied 10. . . . Knox—Bales 8, Chizzum 10, Channess 6, Drews 5, Leedy 4, Singleton 8, Lenig 15. Delphi—Landis 22, Cripe 6, Howard 1, Wentzel 10, Galloway 7, Hallam 2, Woods, Slavens, Schock, Merrell. . nccua LU ucai, . , -. border title tie J™. l ™_ to avoid West Texas Seek Perfect Records and Arizona State ',x>th will be trying to finish as the nation's only major unbeaten and untied teams. All told, the "perfect record" list now is down to 16 HIGH SCHOOL Indianapolis Tech 66 Warren Cen- fees, medicines, jockey fees and shipping. The nag which doesn't win a race all year is really in trouble—and I know a lot of 'em... The National Golf Foundation reports that 160 new golf courses were opened in 1957, topping any year since World War II. There are another 289 courses tinder construction and 758 courses in the planning stage. Meanwhile, there! Fort Wayne Central 57 Fort Wayne; were 3,500,000 more 18-hole rounds > Catholic 3& . -this year than in 1956 with worn-! 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