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Eight logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trffmne Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STKEY Kelso Wrecks Berries You'll have to search diligently to uncover a more damaging rebounder than John Kelso, Central of Fort Wayne's jumping jack. He's wrecked two North Central Conference quintets already . , . Kelso convinced the Anderson Indians two weeks ago. Logansport's Berries were the next to fall in line on the Kelso bandwagon. Listed only at 6-3, the senior crater grabbed 27 balls off the backboards Friday night at the Coliseum, while the entire logansport team could garner but 30. This performance enabled Fort Wayne to out-rebound the Berries, 53-30. It made the difference . . . Kelso still found lime and energy to pop in nine baskets and a free throw for 10 points, tops for both teams. Earlier rave-notices appeared thusly in the Anderson Herald: 'Center John Kelso struck for 27 points aainst the Indians ... He was just as effective on defense as he was in leading the Tiger charge, "Center John Kelso struck for 27 points against the Indians possession of the leather about three-fourths of the time . . ;ollected only 28 rebounds." He , Anderson The Berries played the unbeaten Tigers on even-terms except for the first three minutes of the second period when Fort Wayne rattled off 12 straight points . . . Fort Wayne scribes were impressed with the field goal sniping of Logansport's Jim Moss and Ron Jones. Jones hit 8 for 14 with Moss' onJy a step behind at 7 for 13, Tigers Appear Improved To this writer. Central appeared stronger and better balanced than last year when Logansport edged the Tigers, 61-58 Fort Wayne welcomed 28 points from a quartet of speedy guards Friday night.. . And although Ben Hawkins was limited to eight, Ron Brubaker and Norman Beer picked up the slack with a combined total of 16 at tne jther forward. The Berries beat Fort Wayne in one department, com- milting only 13 errors to 21 for the victors . . . Personal fouls were at a minimum as officials most of the time let the boys play. They whistled only 22 violations . . . The Coliseum was chilly for spectators. Several cases of cold feet were reported since the basketball court was laid ovcrd the hockey rink, used by the Fort Wayne Comets. Coach Jim Jones, endeavoring to fire up his Berries at the hcilf, told the boys: "Central can't keep jumping like that the whole game. They'll run out of gas before this thing is over." . . . Sorry to report the Fort Wayne crew wouldn't go along with Jones' wishes. They may • Day triumph over the Green Bay! w YOR . K (up)_ j 0 h n David Monday Evening, December 2, 1957. Berries Host Muncie In NCC Opener Browns, Colts Near NFL Titles Both Need Single Win The Cleveland Browns, who have missed only one championship game in 11 years, and the Baltimore Colts, who never have played in one, will clash for the 1957 National Football League title if (hey win. next Sunday. Cleveland can win the Eastern Division title for the seventh time in eight tries by whipping the Lions at Detroit. A Cleveland vie-. lory over the Lions, parlayed with a Baltimore triumph over the 49ers at San Francisco, would give Baltimore the Western crown. Each of the five leaders has two more games but Cleveland and Baltimore victories next Sunday would give them unbeatable leads. The Browns took a I'/z-gaTne lead Sunday by shutting out the Chicago Cardinals, 31-0. The 49ers ;ave Cleveland a big assist by up- NAVY SUBDU'ES ARMY: 14-TO-O Unbeaten Kewanna, Akron Battle Friday Monficello and Delphi Will Resume Basketball Rivalry Saturday in Area Attraction. A struggle between two Fulton county unbeatens. Kewanna and Akron, plus Delphi's annual run-in with Monticello will feature the Logansport area basketball schedule this week. The Logansport Berries, meanwhile, will launch their North Cen- to Hartfird City for a Saturday encounter. Winamac and Rochester are booked for home ball games, the Indians tackling Norfh Manchester and the Zebras matching skill with the Wabash Apaches in a CIC contest. tral conference campaign against •• -TVO Cass county teams — New setting the New York Giants de-1 Nav y s NeU oldham runs 55 yards for the Middies' second toucMown after taking Army's fourth down tending league ana eastern uivi-1 k , ck , n t])e third q uartci . ot the traditional Inter-service crusade. Oldham, scoring both touchdowns? led sion champions, 27-17. A victory or a tie against the Liens or the Giants Dec. 15 at New York would give Cleveland the Eastern tttle. Colts Beat Rams The Colts remained a game ahead of Detroit and San Francisco in the Western race by defeating the Los Angeles Rams, 31-14, before a record Baltimore pro football crowd of 52,060. Detroit kept within range of Baltimore with an 18-6 Thanksgiving | the Tars to a 14-to-O victory over Army before a crowd of 100,009 fans who huddled in the cold rain which fell steadily throughout the game. The victory, secured for Navy the Lambert Trophy, symbolic of eastern football superiority, and in all probability a New Year's.CottomBowl bid. (International Saundphoto.) Aggies' John Crow Voted Back of Year Itill be jumping. Big Ten Schools Begin Cage Campaigns Tonight CHICAGO (UP) — Michigan State and Indiana, favored to repeat as Big Ten basketball co- champions this season, get their new campaigns underway tonight in two of seven non-conference contests. The Spartans meet Butler and the Hoosiers put their 1957-58 contenders on display against Ohio. Ohio State, picked to fight it out •with last year's winners in the forthcoming season, opens Wednesday night, meeting Kentucky at home. Other games tonight are Marquette at Illinois, Southern Methodist at Minnesota, Northwestern at Western Michigan, Miami of Ohio at Purdue and South Dakota at Wisconsin. Iowa opens Tuesday night as host to Southern Methodist and on Packers. The Washington Redskins beat the Chicago Bears 14-3, as Eddie Le Baron threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jim Podoley and set up Ed Button's four-yard scoring dash. In Sunday's other game, Sonny Jurgensen's seven-yard pass to Dick Bielski gave the Philadelphia Eagles a 7-6 victory Pittsburgh Steelers. over the Bucks Given Grid Crown Coaches Rate Ohio. As Best NEW YORK ('UP)—Ohio State's Crow of Texas A&M, who would rather smash into the middle of the line than run around it, was Buckeyes today were named the votisd college football* back ^ of 1 1957 rny thical college football the year today in a nationwide champions after a close ballot bat- Cleveland missed a division ti- Walt Kowalczyk' of Michigan State tie last year for the first time in with 33 votes, Bob Anderson of four campaigns in the All-America 'Army with 16 and Clendon Thorn- conference and seven in the NFL as of Oklahoma with 13. Those when it wound up with a 5-7 rec- three and Crow made up the back- ord. If the Browns win the 1957 Eastern titie, it will be the best Conference Cage Races Are Opening Hectic Action Scheduled For Next Three Weeks INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — By Christmas, you'll be able to plant the "kiss of death" on the favorites in the 1958 Indiana high school basketball tourney. Hectic action during the next three weeks will weed out the top j" 6 £enVMoo« sewed three times United Press poll. Balloting by 256 sports writers and sportscasters gave Crow 101 votes, or 40 per cent. Far behind in the next three positions were N-FL comeback Cleveland Rams since (now the Los old Angeles) won the Western crown in 1945 after stumbling to a 4-6, mark in 1944. O'Connell Sparked Win Tommy O'Connell threw touchdown passes of 23 and 65 yards to Ray Renfro and set up Lew Carpenter's 10-yard scoring run as the Browns romped at Cleveland against the Cardinals. of the United Press All- America announced last week; Crow Line Smasher tie wild unbeaten Auburn and Michigan State. Ohio State, winner of eight of nine games and the Big Ten's representative to the Rose Bowl game, Jan. 1, was chosen the top Cards Draft King Hill, John Crow PHILADELPHIA OUP) — King Hill, all-around quarterback of Cotton Eowl - bound rice, was selected as the bonus choice of the Chicago Cardinals today. as tlie National Football League opened its early player selection. The Cardinals, who also had first choice in the regular draft, selected All-America back John Crow of Texas A&M. the visiting Bearcats from Central oE Muncie Friday night at the Berry Bowl. Akron's Flyers, coached by former Purdue star Teddy Dunn, have registered consecutive victories over Aubbeenaubbee Tp.. Silver Lake, Claypool, and Bourbon, with 6-8 Gary Brown showing the way. Kewanna is 4-0, but hasn't played for two weeks since the Indians were idle last Friday and a game with Pulaski was postponed because of illness. Kewanna victims were Star City, Argos, Mexico and Monterey. The Saturday clash matching Delphi and Monlicello comes after both teams are in action on Friday. The Oracles entertain 1 Brookston, while the Tioga Indians will invade Plymouth for a Central Indiana conference encounter. The high scoring Royal Center Bulldogs will set out in quest of their sixth straight victory of 1957 against the Fulton Bulldogs in a Tuesday attraction. Washington Township sees its only action of the week Tuesday night against Lucerne. Another game with an all-Cass counly fla-! Talma at Fulton Waverly and Young America—join Deer Creek and Butler township for a tournament at the Washington Tp. gym Saturday. The area schedule: Tuesday Lucerne, at Washington Tp. Fulton at Royal Center Star City at Francesville Wednesday Metea vs. New Waverly at Twelve Mile Chili at Laketon Friday Muncie Central at Logansport Galves'on at Eastern Tipton Township at Burnellsville Lucerne at Star City Chili vs. Metca at Royal. Center Twelve Mile at Mexico Western at Camden West Lafayette at Flora Cutler at Burlington Brookston at Delphi Monon at Wolcott Reynolds at Earl Park Monterey at Buffalo Monticel'o at Plymouth Kewanna at Akron Grass Creek at Medaryville Richlar.d Center at Aubbeenaubbce Tp. j-,ni.jv., .^uii. j., rr cia v-iiwaeii viic LU.J TT'IJ • m n j t team in the final voting by 14 of Hlji '= , a . 210-pounder, who can the 35 coaches who make up the pa f a " d kl = k and ls , a f wer run ' United Press College Football Rating Board. The Buckeyes also drew nine second place ballots, seven third place ballots, three ! fourths., one sixth and one seventh Although Texas A&M uses the ! for a total of 307 points. T formation, Crow drew the line- smashing assignment from his halfback post, single wing style. That suited him iust fine. "I think the way the Aggies play football—grinding out three or four yards at a time—is real football," he said. On some plays, Crow swept the ends with exceptional speed and quintets mall sections of the state. floor for the second time, meeting Iowa State at home. Michigan State meets Detroit at the Motor City on Friday. • Nine Big Ten conenders play Saturday. Minnesota is at Vanderbilt, DePaul at Illinois, Kansas State at Indiana, Arizona at Iowa, , n °,,i!r?n' Am ong 'the top conference clashes this week are Evansville Central at Princeton and Huntingburg at Jasper in the Southern Conference Tuesday; Kokomo at La/'ayette and Muncie Central at Logansport in the North Central, Franklin at Jeffersonvi'.le in the South Central, and Elkhart at La- Nebraska at Michigan, Kansas at p 01 .t e and Michigan City at South Northwestern, Butler at Ohio,Bend Central in the East NIB3C, State, Missouri at Purdue, and| a ll Friday for Ba]timore . He caught , coring ( passes of three and 50 yards from ( 10 5 seconds . H e is built like a Notre Dame at Wisconsin. INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indiana and Purdue open their basketball Johnny Unitas and ran 23 for a touchdown. Unitas also threw a 10- yard scoring pass to Ray Berry to raise his-season total of touchdown passes to 22, high for the league. Y. A. Tittle's passing and ball- handling plus San Francisco's recovery of six New York fumbles probably will cost the Giants their ; title. The fumbles led to touch- Top non-loop encounters include j downs by fullbacks Gene Babb Mi';chell at Bedford Tuesday, Indianapolis Attucks at Fort Wayne Central, Fort Wayne South at Mew , J Tk» I ^^.JlliUi, .L- Ul )• TV «J llli bJUUl-U aii l'|C: YY campaigns t o n i g h t and Notre | Haveni and North Vemm at M(ldi . Dame, the states other j Big son _ all Fric]ay Saturd£ , y Sout !, i s Three" member, tips the lid Tues- at Hlmtin g toni Richmond at Indianapolis Shortridge, Columbus at Elkhart, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer at South Bend Adams, Evansville Central at Terre Haute Wiley, and day. AH three, expected to be rugged, open at home against "smalltime" opposition. Indiana plays Ohio University, Purdue meets | Mishawaka at Attucks, Miami of Ohio and the Irish open against St. Ambrose. Indiana, featuring big Archie Dees and sophomore center Frank the Hoosiers -.he Bi? Ten crown they shared with Michigan State last time. Purdue may have Radovich makes a contender for Terre Haute Garfield, among the "summer book" favorites for state honors, opens agains*; Glenn Tuesday and is at Western Conference rival Linton Friday. There were still too many major unbeatens around for a roll call, but the North Central Conference its best balanced auintent in years, i has 6 of 10 members flying high Notre Dame will play its most going into all-out Tuesday-to-Sat- ambitious basketball schedule with urday warfare. an offense built around Tonv Evansville Central, perennially Hawkins who set a season scoring: one of the toughest in the deep record as a sophomore last sea-' south, overwhelmed Boonville in All three will get their first taste of "big time" action Saturday night. Kansas State and Missouri of the Big Eight will be at Indiana and Purdue, respectively. The Irish will travel to Wisconsin. Butler, perhaps 'the strongest secondary Hoosier college outfit, again tunes up Big Ten clubs. The Bulldogs are at Michigan State tonight and at Ohio State Saturday. Celtics Lose Two Of Last Three Games By UNITED PRESS The Boston Celtics, who won Saturday's opener, 72-28. Crosstown foe'Bosse, perhaps the team to beat in the Pocket City this year, ended Columbus' three-game winding streak, 62-57. Fort Wayne South and South Bend Adams were pressed ;o keep their perfect'records intact. South, leading city rival Concordia bj- 11 points at the half, hit only one bucket in the final period for a 56-54 edge. The Archers got (inly 12 markers from giant Mike McCoy, who was saddled with four early personals. Adams blew a 17-point third- period lead but staved off Sheridan, 59-58. Lee McKnight rammed and Joe Perry plus two field goals by Gordie Soldau. Tittle threw 14 yards to Billy Wilson for the other Forty-Niner touchdown. Eastern Division W L T Cleveland New York Pittsburgh Philadelphia Washington Chicago Cards 1 1 3 0 5 0 6 0 6 1 Pet. .889 .700 .444 .400 .333 Western Division W L T Auburrv, winner of 10 straight games in a perfect season, was named first by 11 coaches, while Michigan State drew eight first place ballots. The other two first ner. The big quarterback also kickis ex:ra points and is a defensive star. Crow, voted United Press back- of-the-year also a 210-pounder, standing 6 feet, 2 inches. He was the Agg.es' offensive mainstay. vor Wednesday pits Metca and New Waverly at the Twelve Mile gymnasium. Lucerne's second engagement this week unfolds Friday at Star City. The same evening, Twelve Mile invades Mexico, Chili plays Melea at Royal Center, Tipton Township takes on Burnellsville Wabash at Rochester North Manchester at Winamac Deedsville at Clay Township Tippecanoe at Gilead Muncia Burris at Peru Saturday Delphi at Monticello IdavilJe vs. Pulaski at Burnellsville i Peru at Hartford City and Galveston tests Eastern of! Tourney at Washington Tp. fDeer Howard county. Creek, Xew Waverly, Butler Peru Tigers are at home Friday Tr)., Young America) against Muncie Burris and travel Canodiens Open Three Point Lead in NHL By UNITED PRESS Green Bay, next in (he draft: The Montreal Canadiens opened choise, selected center Dan Currie ia three-point lead in the National of Michigan State. Washington's first draft choice place ballots went to Arizona | had been traded to the Los Angeles (Tempi!) State, which also won 10 Rams, and the Rams selected All- America end Jimmy Phillips of Auburn. The Rams, then making their own selection, tapped All-America tacWe Lou Michaels of Kentucky, bruiser—six-two and 210 pounds— and his crew-cut blond hair gives | 4. Oklahoma (9-1) him the authentic look of a foot-| 5. Iowa (7-1-1) ball hero. Crow, who comes from Springhill, La., also excels on defense. Piiul (Bear) Bryant, coach of the Aggies, the head said he's never seen anyone back, a defensive line as well as Crow. While majoring in business, Crow hopes to play professional straight games without defeat Ihis season, Tesm Pits 1. Ohio State CM) (8-1) 307 2. Auburn (11) (10-0) 290 3. Michigan State (8) (8-1 1 ) 283 195 192 177 117 81 60 58 6. Navy (8-1-1) 7. Rife (Y-3) 8. Mississippi (8-1-1) 9. Notre Dame (6-3) DO.Texas A&M (8-2) Hockey League during the weekend. Although still minus Maurice (Rocket) Richard, who is nursing an ankle injury, the Flying Frenchmen whipped the Boston Bruins, 4-1, Sunday night after rolling to a 6-1 victory over the Chicago Black Hawks Saturday anc the Philadelphia Eagles fol- i»Sht. lowed by selecting All-America The skidding New York Rangers broke a four-game losing streak by downing the Detroit Red Wings, 5-1, and the Toronto Maple Leafs sunk the Black Hawks, 7-2, in other Sunday night contesls. Second 10 group—11, Texas, 36; 12, Arizona (Tempe) State (2), 32; 13, Army, 20; 14 (tie), Duke and football for the next, few years | Wisconsin, 19 each; 16 Tennessee, after his graduation in June. He|8; 17, Oregon, 7; 18 (lie), Clemson said he never had an interest in and UCLA, 6 each; 20, North Car- coaching. .600 .600 .400 .400 7 0 .300 their first 14 games this season, i home_ 26 markers for the winners. suddenly have lost two of their last three games in a "slump" partly explained by injuries. The Syracuse Nationals led almost all the way Sunday in beating the Celtics, 118-109, at Syracuse_ in a result not quite as surprising as the Celtics' streak-busting loss to New York last week. Boston was missing Bob Cousy (sore leg), Arnie Risen (cold), and Jim Loscutoff (leg injury). In other Sunday games, the Cincinnati Royals handed the Minneapolis Lakers their 35th loss in 18 games, 90-89, at Cincinnati, and New York beat Detroit, 109-102, at New York. Indianapolis Attucks anil Tech and Lafayette also continued' un beaten. Lafayette and Tech made Baltimore 7 Detroit 6 San Francisco 6 Los Angeles 5 Chicago Bears 4 Green Bay 3 Today's Results: Baltimore 31 Los Angeles 14 Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 6 San Francisco 27 New York 17 Cleveland 31 Chicago Cards 0 Washington 14 Chicago Bears 3 (Only games scheduled Next Saturday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Next Sunday's Games Baltimore at San Francisco Chicago Bears at Chicago Cards Cleveland at Detroit Green Bay at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Washington 16 College Grid Teams Register Perfect Records NEW YORK (UP)— Auburn and 7 0 .222 Arizona (Tempe) Stcite head the liist of 16 teams — major and Pet. minor — which wound up the 1957 .700' football season unbeaten and un- Predict Senators Will Draft Malkmus COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UP) — The Washington Senators will open the major league draft today by selecting Bobby Malkmus from Wichita of the American Association in an effort to plug a gaping hole at second base. .There was a strong likelihood tied. Auburn compleled its perfect suason Saturday with a 40-0 victory over Alabama wliile Aripna S'tate crushed Arizona, 47-7, in a night game. Auburn outscorcd its 10 rivals, 207-28, and Arizona State rolled up 396 points to its 10 opponents' total of 66. Middle Tennessee also finished its perfect season' Saturday^ beating Tennessee Tech, 22-0. The other 13 unbeaten a.nd untied toams completed their campaigns earlier, including Jiimestowh (N.D.) which was unbeaten, untied and unscored upon. Other unbeatens were: Pitts- olina State, 5. Wilt Draws Opening Test Without wasting any time on "breathers," the 1957-58 college basketball season opens tonight with games that will give us a quick line on just how good those highly-touted Kansas and Kentucky teams really are. Wilt The Stilt Chamberlain and his Kansas mates plunge halfback Walt Kowalczyk of Mich- igam State. Charlie Howley, a guard from West Virginia, was picked by the Chicago Bears. Pittsburgh's first choice had been traded earlier to San Francisco, and the 49'ers selecled Jim Pace, a back from Michigan. San Francisco, then on its regular first round choice, picked Charlie Krueger. a tackle from Texas A&M. Detroit took Alex Karras, tackle from Iowa who headed the United Press All-America team with 2..S35 -points. The first round ended when Baltimore took Len Lyles, a back from Louisville, the New York Giants selected Phil King, a back from Vanderbilt, and Cleveland picked Jim Shofner, a back from Texas Christian. ARMSTRONG VS STUBBB NEW YORK (UP)-Gent> (Ace) Armstrong, unbeaten middleweight of Elizabeih, N.J., seeks his 13th straight victory tonight in a TV 10-rounder with Rcybon Stubta of Pittsburgh at St. Nicholas Arena. It will be televised by Dumont it 10 p.m. e.s.t. Drive-In Package Liquors U. S. 24 t W. Lindin Phoni J1162 FOR CHRISTMAS Pra-Wrapp«d Packages, Doeanteri and Biichoff unusual Venelian Glass Sam Hanks Heads Far "Rocking Chair" RIVERSIDE, Calif. (UP)— Smiling Sam Hanks, Indianapolis "500" winner last Memorial. Day, headed for the "rocking chair" right inlo a game wilh. one of the i today, his 22-year racing career three teams -to beat them last year—Oklahoma State. And Kentucky, led by sharp- shooting Johnny Cox, will collide- with a tough Duke team that has addec enough experience and height to provide a real test. Some Soft Touches There are some supposedly "soft touches" on tonight's opening game, program, of course. Big Ten burgb, Kan. (10); West Chester,; co-champion Michigan State is ex- Pa. (91; Hillsdale, Mich. (9); Idaho State (9); Ripon, Wis. (8); St. Norbert's, Wis. (8); Lock Haven, Pa. (7); Florida A &: M (7); Juni- a.ta, Pr. (7); Fairmont, W. Va. (7); Elon, N. C. (6); Hobart, N. Y. (6). Hurricane Jackson Drops to 10th Rating pected to handle Butler comforta- aly and co-champion Indiana is a heavy favorite over Ohio University. San Francisco, the nation's No. 3 team last season, should have little trouble with Chico State and Temple, last year the highest-ranked team in the East, is a big choice over Delaware. it three in a row, at the expense j that no more than 10 or 12 play- of Hammond. 51-41, arid Southp-ort,! ers would be drafted in all. Sev- 76-51, respectively. Attucks, runner-up to South Bend Central, in the last state tourney, whipped Gerstmeyer, 54-40, for the second straight time since the Black Cats ruined Attacks' record 45-game winning streak last year. It was the second straight loss for Gerstmeyer, beaten only once in pre-state lourney play last time. TRIBUNE PRICE UP 'SOUTH BEND (UP)—The South Bend Tribune's weekly subscrip- rat* was raised to '.5 cents •f?«etlv« Sunday because creased production costs. of in- USE FOR LICHENS EAST LANSING, Mich.-(UP)— Lichens, the greenish-gray plant growth often seen • on trees, rocks and. old plowed fields, are sensitive to the atmosphere and can be used to detect air pollution, according to Dr. Henry A. Imshaug, M:.chi- gas. State University botanist. eral major league clubs indicate they will pass up their privilege of selecting players from the minors at "bargain prices ranging from $15,000 for an open classification choice to $2,000 for a Class D performer. Malkmus is a Milwaukee 'reject who batted .291 in 124- games for Wichita last 1 season among his hits 'were nine homers, seven triples and 26 doubles along with 62 runs batted .in. YORK (UP) — Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson was still listed as a heavyweight contender in today's" latest Ring Magazine ratings desp'ite the widespread campaign to retire him. Ecqentric Tommy of St. Albans, N.Y., was dropped from 5th to 10th among contenders because of his TKC by top-rated Eddie Machen of San. Francisco, tiny one below 10th place is not a "contender." editor Nat Fleischer ex- AAU SWIM MEET INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The 1958 National AAU men's outdoor swimming and diving championships will be held at the spacious Broad Ripple pool in Indianapolis. .....^ „„, Tncluded I P'aiied that alth6vigh retirement "definitely would be for his best interests," the fact that Jackson lasted into the 10th rounds with both Machen and champion Floyd Patterson entitled him to "be kept in the choice 10 for at least another month." Read the Classified Ads computed.. 1'he 43-year-old veteran rode out his last commitment of the season Sunday, finishing third in a 250- mile USAC championship late- model stock car race. CHIEFS SPLIT EVEN By UNITED PKESS ?ort Wayne and Indianapolis sp^it even in the International Hockey League during the weekend. Fort Wayne trounced the Chiefs Saturday, 6-1, then lost to Louisville Sunday, 2-1. Indianapolis rallied for two goals in the final period to shade frontrunning Cincinnati Sunday, 3-2. Bill Short tallied the winning goal. WI'LL DIMONSTRATI.... Come see Stvidebaker-Packard's all- new Hawk-iinspired styling. See America'it lowest-priced, full-sited car, the Scotsman ... the famous Hawks . . . the all-new Packard*! Then guesWrive the one that suit* you best. Do it—lodo»/ Stadebaker-F&okard ( U) LUTES MOTORS, Inc. ^^ B.F.D.A.A. OVER-ALL PROTECTION ALL-OVER COMFORT Jockey* THERMA-KNIT,. 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