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PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY. JANUARY 5. 1KB Export! Maj( ision Of Majors In Future NEW YORK Ut—Now that major league baseball has all but officially approved a compromise plan for New York and west coast territories, what comes next' Burlington led at each quarter Press Sector Cage Results POLAR CUBS CLICK BURLINGTON—The Polar Cubs of Burlington jumped off to an early lead and held and increased it in the final quarter to take a 62-48 victory from the Forest Bobcats here Friday evening. nier 15 to pace the winners. Mon-|2, March 20, Dunlop 12, Depoy" t-armr fnntr fho ''T?" cfetmo in ran ! T\inlr»1-i! T.in/^it? 01 TT/\itf n rvl C f t r\r\o terey took the overtime 40-38. game in an j Delphi—Landis 21, Howard 5, Cripe San Pierre: Baeeard 6, B. Harper 11, Schwant 12, J. Harper 5, Bramer 8, Lerder 2; Monterey: T. Keller 14, Hoover 2, Jerry Reinholt 2, Brucker 2, J. Keller 17 Jim Reinholt, Minnier 15, Davis 4, Masters 2, Bauer 5. 19, Slavens 2, Wentzel 6, Herr 4, Hallam 4, Schock 4, Galloway 10. ZEBRAS OUTRUN TIGERS further franchise pansion? Commissioner Ford Frick, who drafted the territorial definition offered to the majors by a special four-man committee Friday, has indicated he looks for expansion, perhaps to 12 teams in the National and American or to a third league. National League President Warren Giles also sees expansion as the more logical next step. Significantly, however. Mayor Wagner's committee, set up to return the National League to Now York, already is on record as being "reasonably sure" it can lure an existing NL franchise here now that the big town is "open." The mayor's committee hasn't indicated which NL club or shifts, or ex- slop, 15-10, 29-22. and 39-34 before pulling away to a 14 point vie tory. Shirk's 17 was tops for the Forest cagers while Larry Lytle's 1(! lead the winners. Burlington took the first game of the evening also 46-33. Burlington: Johnson 10, Loman 7, Williams 9, Ehrman 4, Miller 7, Oyler D, Lytle 16; Forest: Wilkins 6, Blackburn 2, Hodson 9, Shirk 17, Unger 2, Brookbank 2, Eades 2, Caldwell 2, Stewart 2, Brenton 4. TIOGANS LOSE MONTICELLO —Crawfordsville outdistanced the Monticello Ti- ogan Indians here Friday night 63-54 as four Crawfordsville players scored in the double figures. FULTON IS WINNER GRASS CREEK - Fulton's Bull, dogs spotted Grass Creek to a 10-9 first quarter lead then surged 3 beat the Panthers 48-42 Cleveland had 23 first and 131 points. " The Browns, who won only five and lost seven games la 1956 after six straight Eastern Division j titles and three world champion-1 . in a Fulton county feature battle was the top shooter for Peru with PERU —Rochester's sharpshoot-1 ships, won their conference crown ing Zebras led by Phil Copier: with ! th i s . t f, a11 w |^__ a ^ "" 25 points and Harold Howard with 24, proved too much for the improved Peru Tigers and the Fulton county club won a CIC contest here Friday night 71 to 64. Rochester was ahead at each quarter pole 14-11, 38-11, 38-31 and 53-50 before winning. Ernie Range Friday night. Fulton led at the half 25-20 and at the third period 38-32. Danny Hauser hit 12 and Williams 10 to pace Fulton's drive. Dave Huffman scored 11 for Grass Creek's best effort. Grass Creek won the B game 31-26. Fulton —Showley 7, Kingery 7, Leavell, Spangler 4, Heckathorn 8, Hauser 12, Williams 10. Grass Creek — J. Fielcs 4, Young 7, Jones 10, R. Fields 3, Smith 5, Dague 1, Huffman 11. . CAMDEN WINS AGAIN CAMDEN — The Camden Red Devils whipped the Monon Rail- Andy Krutzsch tallied 21 points roaders 56 to 47 j n a we u played ••--' the winners and Wilkinson.basketball game here Friday night Burgett and Has'.am. a f ter Durgn Pirates have been mentioned off and one since the Dodgers _ and the Giants gave up and fled to the west coast. Gabe Paul, general manager of the Redlegs and a member of the territorial committee, indicated the Redlegs' parking difficulties in Cincinnati would be straightened out and further threats of shifting the franchise seem unlikely. "Unless," Paul added, "they (Cincinnati officials) get Mr. Crosley (club owner Powel Crosley Jr.) real mad." There seems little opposition left to bar approval of the new leagues meet in joint session here in three weeks, Frick's vote would break a possible dead lock. Basically, the plan provides the conipromise first suggested by American Leaguer Chuck Comiskey of the Chicago White Sox. At the World Series meetings in October, Comiskey said the NL could return to New York. (Brooklyn or Queensiin a swap for AL permission to enter Los Angeles. Under present base ball rules, a league already established in a city could prevent the other league from setting up a franchise there. The AL laid claim to New York, since the New York Yankees are the only major league club left there, while the NL could hold Los Angeles clos&l because of the Dodgers. BUM IDEA WASHINGTON Ufi — U. S. officials showed no enthusiasm today fora suggestion by British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan that a nonaggression pact between Russia and Western nations "might do good." lanced attack. - Ted Lane led Monticello with 21 and Jim Zerface scored 15. CrawfordsviJle made an evening of it by taking the "B" encounter 58-46. Crawfordsville: Krutzsch 21, Walker, Burgelt 12, Haslam 12, Wilkinson 14, Ewoldt 2, Jouris 2; Monticello: Zerface 15, Lane 21, Randall . 6, R. Hively 6, Criswell 4, Wiseman, McNaught 2, Smith- burn. STREAKS STREAK BUFFALO — Idaville's Green Streaks turned in a 55-40 victory over the Buffalo 'Bisons here Friday night to run their season record to 9 victories and one loss. Idaville led at each stop 16-4, 31-24, and 43-32 before the final gun sounded. C. J. Harris hit for 24 points and Cosgray tallied 10 to lead the winners. Van Meter's 10 was tops for Buffalo. Idaville barely won the "B" contest 24-22. Buffalo now has a 3-8 record. Idaville: - Harris 24, Geisler 2, Cosgray 10, Royer 8, Criswell 2, Dilling 8, Marintz, Marvin 6, Simmons 5; Buffalo: Van Meter 10, W. Hunt 4, J. Hunt, H. Hunt 8, Price, Boze 4, Westerhouse 6, J. Westerhouse 3, Heiny 4, Woolridge 1. FLIERS FLY NORTH JUDSON — Monterey's Fliers flew to -a 65-44 victory over San Pierre here Friday night as three Monterey players scored in double figures. Monterey led at each of the first three stops 13-8, 33-17, and 51-27 before winning. John Keller hit 17, Tom Keller 14 and Dick Min- Why The Catholic Church Says "INVESTIGATE!" Camden shot ahead 37-31 in the third period and managed to hold the lead the rest of the way. Jerry Yerkes hit 20 points to pace the 19 points while Fred Fechtman was best helper with 14. Peru managed to salvage something for the evening by taking the B game 45-21. Little southpaw Bobby Shantz, plagued with a bad arm and assorted injuries in recent years, received 11 first place votes and 99 points to take third place over Ted Williams, the Boston Red Sox slugger who led the American League in hitting. .Williams received 14 firsts, but only 81 points. Shantz, who won 11 games and lost 5 for the Xew York Yankees after he was obtained from the Kansas City Athletics, had the Peru—Range 19, Westaferl, King [best earned run average in the 10, -Cooke 5,.Fechtman 14, Grand, staff 11 Carriger 4. Rochester- American League, with 2.45. Other teams and individuals Howard 24, Coplen 25, Knauff 2, sharing .in the points were the St. Fansler 13, Cloud 3, Smith, Con- Louis Cardinals, 66; Sugar Ray rad 4, McConkey. Bermanls Supply 25 28 Moose No. 2 24 30 Spencer's Mobikil 16 38 Coca-Cola 13 41 Three games were won by K. •of C., MoCloskey-rl-milton and Herman's over Muehlhausen, Coca-Cola and Western Tire; two games were won by Barney's Bar, Spencer's Mobiloil and Logan Legion. 600 Series—H. Smith 624 (182, 173, 269). 550 Series—iL. Han.dschu 553, C. Pearson 572. 200 Games — L. Handschu 225, J. Hille 219, G. Gaby, Jr. 201, R. Corso 201, J. Haromon 210, P. J. Layman 202, C. Dailey 202, C. Pearson 204 and 201. teams. program and for rules limiting I conferences, which the maximum payment and the freshmen to play amount of competition permitted in off-campus leagues. The ne»v NCAA ruling on eligibility on basketball and baseball tournaments v.-ill go into effect now permit on varsity Under the NCAA three-year rule, freshmen aren't eligible to play in the championships and neither are seniors who competed Sept. 1, 1958. At present the!as freshmen. The result has been, champions of 16 conferences in I that teams who won conference basketball and 12 in baseball are' championships Jsing such players automatically eligible for NCAA ; often went into the national cham- tournaments. These include the' pionships without their slar pe» Southern and Missouri Valley •. formers. WCA4 Tightens Tourney Rules KEWANNA SCALPS BRAVES WINAMAC — .Led by veteran Walt Koebcke, who poured in 32 points and aided by some nifty rebounding on the part of 5-9 guard Hiland, the Kewanna Indians downed the Aubbeenaubbee Tp. Braves in a conference game here Friday night and captured the Silver Shoe trophy at the same time 61 to 51. Kewanna led all the way with margins of 11-7, 30-21 and 41-31 at the quarter poles. Kewanna also won the B game 42-37. Red Devils while Jim Johnson tal-1 Kewanna Cox 3, Worl 12, Koeb- lied 19 to lead Monon. Camden jcke 32, Hiland 6, Harris 8,' Good. also won the B game 33-30. Monon — Martin 4, Runk 6, Johnson 19, Bailey 8, McColly 9, Vollmer 1, Amick, Swansbach, Cummings. Camden — Bieghler, Swayze 14, McCain 3, Yerke 2o] Groninger 15, Ringer 4, Hizer. Aubbeenaubbee — Marks 4, Kline 12, Brown 3, Reinholt 18, Parker 4, Layman 10, Bowersox. FLYERS FALTER AKRON — The Akron Flyers rallied in the third quarter but fell behind in the final canto to lose to Noble township 54-44 there Friday night. Noble led 17-8 at the end of the first quarter and held a 27-15 margin at intermission time. Akron cut the lead to 34-33 at the third qfiarter stop but Noble township scored 20 points in the final round to win. Noble also took the reserve game 46-32. Akron: Brown 4, Rhoades 13, Stanley 6, Powell 8, Groninger 13 SAINTS TO PLAY The Logansport Saints Robinson, 40; U. of Texas foot- PHILADELPHIA Wl — The Na- bai; team and Milwaukee Braves,' tional Collegiate AA executive each 31; Hank Sauer, 26; Roy committee Saturday tightened eh- Sievers, 18; San Francisco 49ers, 12; Notre Dame Coach Terry Brennan, Stan Musial, Don Hoak, Baltimore Colts, and Auburn football team, each 11 and the Ohio State football team, 10. Notre Dame's 1956 record was the worst since the Irish began football in 1887. Bowling FRATERNAL-COMMERCIAL McCloskey-Hamilton Western Tire K. of C. Dutch Mill W 3D 35 34% 31 junior high basketball players will perform in a double bill at Lafayette Sunday afternoon meeting the St. Lawrence oagers, according to Coach Pat Sabatini of the locals. The Saints have been improving steadily and will be seeking victories over the strong Lafayette teams. arney's Bar Logan Legion tfuehlhausen No. 7 N.D. Is Comeback Team Of The Year By JOHN CHANDLER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Notre Dame, a team that won Noble Township: Fulterson 12, only two of 10 games in 1956 but 13,_ Ridgevray^ 6, Moore 16,. rebounded to halt mighty Oklahoma's 47-game winning streak and post a 7-3 record for 1957, was voted the comeback team of Peebles 1, Allegree 6. Probably not more than a handful of people hate the Catholic Church as it really is. But many have heard anti-Catholic calumnies from sources they have been taught to respect, and have come to fear and suspect the Church as it has been falsely lep- resented to them. It is hardly reasonable to believe that 25 millions of Americans would remain in the Catholic Church if the rumors circulated •gainst the Church are true. Nor would thousands of others become Catholics every year if they believed such things—without inquking into the facts. That is why the Catholic Church lays again and again to people everywhere: "Investigate! Investigate!" The Church makes this appeal not merely to settle an argument, nor primarily to win the good-will of the non-Catholic people, although this is a hoped-for result. Its more important aim is to Invite people to inquire into Christ's truth as taught and preserved by the Catholic Church down through the centuries. For no man, seeking the salvation of his own soul, can conscientiously discount the Catholic claim to be Christ's Church on the basis of mere rumor and slan- " der -when the truth is so readily at hand. The Catholic Church therefore WINAMAC TRIPS DELPHI DELPHI — Winamac's Indians had too much punch for the spirited Delphi Oracles here Friday and captured a 77-65 decision in a fast ball game. Delphi had led at the quarter 18-16 but Winamac was in front 30-29 at the half and 59-36 at the third period. Bob March led a balanced attack for Winamac with 20 points while Jim Landis hit 21 to pace Delphi. Winamac also won the B game 45-31. Winamac—Alexander 14, Lewis 17, Heinsen, Mangold 12, Freeman the 'year today. The annual year-end poll of the Associated Press gave coach Terry Brennan's Fighting Irish an overwhelming total of 16 first place ballots as Notre Dame beat out the Cleveland Browns of the National Football In the nationwide ballating, 211 sportswriters and sportscasters cast ballots, and the 15 firsts for Notre Dame helped roll up a total of 423 points. A first place vote counted three points, with two for second, and one for third. invites you to inquire into its teaching and practices ...to find out for yourself if what you believe about the Church is true or false, Learn for yourself, for instance, if it is true that Catholics give divine worship to Mary, the Mother of Christ...or if this is not just another calumny. If you have been led to believe that Catholics worship idols and statues...buy and sell the divine worship of the Mass ...are opposed to the religious freedom granted all religions by our Bill of Rights, then you have been deceived and misled. If you have harbored these or any other false beliefs about the Catholic Church and its teachings ... and if, above all, such misunderstanding has kept you from examining the Catholic claim to be the Church established by Christ Himself,.. you owe it to yourself in good conscience to seek the truth. We shall be glad to send you free on request, a booklet dealing with the points mentioned here and many others... including the attitude of the Church toward Birth Control... secret societies... the salvation of non-Catholics... why Catholic priests are called "Father" ... the Inquisition and the alleged goings-on behind convent walls. Write today...ask for your copy of Pamphlet No. 7-KC. 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