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Logansport, Indiana
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Fourteen .Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STREY : 1HS Coaches Cater to Girls Athletic coaches are no different from other proud fathers. They'd all like a son to carry on their good name in sports—to gallop for touchdowns, pitch 'em through the hoop or run the hurdles . . . But from the looks of things, Logansport high school mentors prefer cheerleaders . . . Roll call of the coaches' 15 youngsters indicates only two boys in the whole bunch. Their daddies are Harvey Roberts and John Bennett . . . The rest are females—Jim Jones has three daughters, Fred Kinder and Joe Patacsil two each and John Parker, Rex Hunter, Bob Sum, Harold Jamison, Howa.rd Gaiser and Bennett one girl each. Guesses on NCC Outcome A couple of North Central Conference writers have voiced their opinions on thc outcome of the basketball run this year. Thc Anderson man tabbed Tech of Indianapolis for the league crown, followed by Kokomo, Richmond, Anderson, Lafayette, Muncic Central, Marion, Logansport, New Castle and Frankfort in that order ... A New Castle crystal ball gazer sees th c race in a slightly different manner. He says Tech will win with an 8-1 record. Other finishes will be: Kokomo 9-2, Lafayette 6-3, Logansport 5-4, New Castle 5-4, Muncie 5-5, Richmond 3-6, Anderson 3-7, Marion 2-8 and Frankfort 0-9. Johnny Jordan, of New Castle, sums up the Loganberry prospects as follows: "Look out for Logansport. New Coach Jim Jones has center Ronnie Jones (6-5), the NCC's leading scorer last winter, and Larry Cart (5-li), who wasn't far behind, plus three other lettermen. There's 6-6 senior center on the roster by the name of Jim Fiedler. The Berries have siz e and scoring suspected defensive troubles." power—could be a contender despite Zebras Honor Phil Coplen Congratulations to Phil Coplen, who played four years of varsity football at Rochester high school, on his selection as the Zebras' "most valuable player" . . . Coplen, a "jack of all-trades" started every RHS gridiron contest since his sophomore season. He was an end and halfback as a freshman, played both quarterback and end the next year a.'id then settled down on lh e f'.ank his last two campaigns ... An outstanding pass receiver, Phil grabbed 71 passes, including 15 touchdown flings, in three years. In addition there were several instances in which he snapped the ball back from center on extra point kicking situations. Odds to End With Rex Harris, one of the finest linemen developed at Logansport high •chool, won his freshman numerals at Indiana university . . . Lcn Beeghlcy, the Frankfort scribe, picks Lafayette Jeff to halt the Kokomo frolicking in their headline affair at Broncholand tonight. Len thinks Marion Crawlcy may have the answer to Jimmy Rayl's white-hot rifle . . . Indiana university boasls a 6-11 freshman, Walt Bellemy Irom New Bern, N. C. Coach Branch McCracken always makes sure he doesn't run out of "giants." ;. Kokomo's wild-scoring Wildcats battled an unexpected adversary all'week during their serious preparations for the NCC feature at Jeff Of Lafayette tonight, according to reports from the Kokomo camp . . . A heavy chest cold sidelined Jimmy Rayl, the Wildcats' No. l basket shooter, Monday and Tuesday. He returned Wednesday, but Coach Joe Platt moaned that "he could hardly gel the ball up to the basket." .•. . No. 2 man Don Bowling also- came down with a severe cold and rebounder Ed Thompson isn't likely to be in shape after running 103 Central Bean Win No. 34 State Champions INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — South Bend Central's Indiana high school basketball champions coasted to their 34th consecutive victory Thursday night, 73-55, over East NIHSC rival Michigan Oity. It was the fourth win this season for Elmer McCall's Bears and first in defense of their conference championship. Sylvester Coalmen, rapidly becoming one the state's top scorers among the major league teams, led the Friday Evening, December 6, J31T. Braves Add Bob Rush To Formidable Mound Staff Cubs Trade Away Big U. S. Netters Gain Finals ADELAIDE, Australia (U\P)— Vic Seixas of Philadelphia and his 44-year-old gray-haired sidekick, Gardnar Mulloy of Denver, Colo., teamed up today to lead the United States Davis Clip tennis team I into the inter-zone final. under overcast skies, at South Bend Adams, which hopes ; ., -, - . . _ . „ . ., to dispute Central's claim to an- '• tho Memorial Drive Courts, the other loop crown, kept pace with a 72-61 triumph over Goshen in another conference' clash, also its fourth this season. East Chicago Washington, beaten soundly in last week's opener against Michigan City/ rebounded with a 55-4,1 West NIHSC win.over Gary Mann — the Horsemen's fourth straight loss. Downstate, Ev-ansville Reitz made it two straight in the Southern Conference, leading city rival Mater Dei at all strops, 56-47. Mike Herron and Steve Gentry pitched in 15 points each for the winners. Linton shaded Bloomington University, 47-46, and Mount Vernon rolled over Evansville North, 82-61, in non-loop games. Bowling CITY LEAGUE W L Rehms 29 13 Shanks 28 14 Lowes 25 17 Muehlhausen 23 19 Hawkins 11 31 Bowlmor 10 32 Three games were won by Shanks and Rehms; two games by Muehlhausen. 600 Series — Harry Smith 685 (214-270-201), (202-226-227), (259-181-195). Joe Ivor Burkhart 655 Burrough 635 550 Series — Paul Davis 599, Clyde Button 576, Sam Shanks 564, Tony Sundy 563, Al Grusenmeyer 563, R. Galloway 559, Loren Handschu 558. 200 Games — Button 204-202, Ed •degrees fever Wednesday . . . Maybe Platt will have to play himself, j Jasorka 202, Shanks 201, Davis • 244, Hanclschu 223, Art Brink-ruff Area Cage Results 203, Sundy 244, Shirley Kalb 202, 'Joe Alberts 203, Gurdo Scagnoli ; 210, Galloway 203. NATIONAL LEAGUE W Keitxer's 33 . . op€nm e Bollei & Farm '.Coach Howard Gaiser's Logan-1 action was staged on four courts Greensfelder's FROSH BEATS PERU (basketball league as . Iberry Frosh Blacks squad, which :ls one-half of the fine yearling contingent this year, handed the Peru •Tigers Frosh squad a pair of lacings at Berry Bowl Thursday Thursday afternoon. The big spill Smokehouse came at Longfellow's gym where Bailey's the Dar.iel Webster Warriors shot Meuhlhausen No. 2 down the Poets 18-16 in a tense Meuhlhausen No. 3 battle. L 9 29V4 12% 29 13 .,..., , Logan Lumber Bight to start the regular season. Web tc n „ . „ „ Meuhlhause No. 4 The local reserves romped to a , , , ran up . prnrhmHnn \IM -13-20 win in the first game and^ and held an 18-10 »««'" f"™f ConsSSc'ioii tten the regular squad downed the i wllh , thr( f mln " tes to So, then B?™e; Construct - nearly got caught in a late Long- Wol£ toal 21 21 21 20 18 16 21 21 21 22 24 26 Peru Frosh regulars 45 to 32. ;' In each game the Berries led fell apart _Tom 1544 26Vz 14 28 14 28 Three games were won by Mcuhl- No. 2 and Keitzer's over the finish. In the reserves clash Logan held quarter margins of , , was best for , Poets - points Barnes an d Logan Lumber; two and one- half games were won by Bollei & Farrer over Mcuhl- 19-5 and 33-13^ before winning. Franklin took a 15-5 half time'.hausen No..3; two games were won Then in the main event Logan, lead and went on to win 21-15 by Smokehouse Bailey's was on top 16-10, .26-12 and 35-23 over MeKiniey's Hilltoppers at the Meuhlhausen No! 4. ttefore chalking up a victory. J Riley »ym. Mike O'Rourke led the 550 Series—W. ' Fowler. and cagey Yanks whipped Felicissimo Ampon arid .Beymondo Deyro of thc Philippines, 6-1, fi-3, 6-2, to give the U.S. squad an insurmountable 3-0 lead in their best- of-five semi-final series.. The win earned the Americans a berth opposite Belgium, the European champions, in the inter- zone final at Brisbane next week. The winner of the U.S,-Belgium series will play defending champion' Australia in the challenge round at Melbourne, Dec. 26-28; " Seixas, a 34-year-old eu.ii veteran, and Herb Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif., got the Americans off flying Thursday by winning their opening singles matches in straight sets. Then Seixas came back today to earn with Mulloy and together they completely outclassed thn Filipinos, reducing Saturday's concluding singles matches to the status of exhibitions. South Bend Righthander COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UP)— Exuberant Fred Haney foresees another world championship for Milwaukee next year, and no one can argue much today in the face of a pitching staff that now includes Lew Burdette, Warren 'Spahn and big Bob Rush, too. "Happy? That ain't the word," grinned the HtUe Milwaukee manager after acquiring Rush from the Cubs Thursday night in a five- player deal. Milwaukee gave up southpaw pitcher Taylor Phillips and Catcher Sam Taylor. Taylor is not to be confused with a bonus catcher, Bob Taylor, currently on the Braves roster. The Taylor whom .the -Cubs received batted ;257 in 131 games with Atlanta of the Southern Association last season, He hit 12 homers and drove in 87 runs. "Getting Rush and Kaiser will give our pitching staff a terrific lift." Haney said, moments after the deal was announced. "And this boy Haas could be one of the stars of the future." Rush, sought by the Cincinnati Redlegs as well as other National League clubs, won six games and lost sixteen for the Cubs last sea- Big Ten Cage Units Are Better Balanced but is considered a much fin- Minoso I "Surprised HAVANA, Cuba (UP) - Minnie . Minoso admitted today he "was j " Crucial Week For NFL Clubs Five Teams Vie For Playoff Loot By HARRY WISMER Written for the United Press NEW YORK (UP)— This is a week of decision in professional football. When the action winds up on three fronts — at Pittsburgh, Detroit and San Francisco, the championship of both er pitcher than the record indi-, surprised" when the While Soxi tnt Nali° llal League co'jld be sel- oates. The right-handed Kaiser j traded him to thc Cleveland ln- :iled . Or tnere collld be a Brand bad a 2-6 record with the Cubs and I Jiang ••bec'iuse I thought I was' °' (J mixu P witl1 five teams, the a 6-5 mark with Portland of the; one of Chicago's untouchables." '"'" " ' Pacific Coast League. ' Haas batted .279 in 130 games with Fort Worth of the Texas League. He is a lefthanded hitter who drove in 53 runs. Phillips, used sparingly by the Braves last season, had a 3-2 mark and a 5.55 earnlsd run average. Some baseball men seemed .„„., feel the Cubs were short-changed tance telephone calf from Cleve- but General Manager John Hoi-' The 35-year-o'.d outfielder, who '. is playing for Marianao in the Cu-, ban Winter League, said he. learned of the trade while listening to a news broadcast on his car radio. Baltimore Colls, San Francisco •49'ers. and Detroit Lions tied in the West, and lhe Nov. York Giants s!i!l vying with thc Cleveland Browns for the Eastern section honors. In San Francisco, Dclroit and . New York win, all five of the At first I couldn't believe it aforc mentioned elevens will still because I thought I was one of be battling for the playoff loot. I: Chicago S untouchables," MlllOSO c-in LV-inckr-n inri liin Rrmvm- to said . 'Then i received a Ions dis- ,,°" he™ w 11 be tied w,"h ed '"' ers * ; nth st and the lnc " ' e . ... ... , , *•*!*; ^•Vli.O ill LI11- 1IVOL, Ullt* llii; land who swunr, fhr> mip am »nrt I™ "n °" e °' r offlclals told Browns will be champions of lhe janu, wno swung tne cnicago end me they got me. • ~ . .... _ . '. . .. of the deal, didn't think so. Minors End Talks Meanwhile the epoch-making minor league convention ended here ; Easli If the Co!ts win and thc Minoso added, "Now I know why Lions lose, Baltimore and the the local press printed several Browns will be champions, and times while Frank Lane (Clove- meet in the playoff for thc title, land general manager) was here There's a lot of ifs and ands and today after one of the stormiest! recently that he might try to get buts about this weekend among weeks in the history of baseball—' me because he always was a great the pros. While no one expects it.' and the prospects of more turbu- • sympathizer of me." lence to come. ! a defeat for thc Giants at Pitts- Concerning reports that the Indi- burgh Saturday afternoon would The embattled owners sparring ans might use him at third base,; automatically give the title to with a slump that has -seen the Minnie said, "I don't think of it'Cleveland, but that just isn't in nation's minor league structure! because I always played the ou'.-Uhe cards. fade from a high of 56 leagues in field where I can give my best."! Here are this observer's picks the early post war years to 27 for; "But I'.n ready to play where-for this weekend: 1958, have threatened to go to'Manager (Bobby) Bragan sends! Saturday: The New York Giants CI-TICAGO (W) — Last year's fror.t runners will set '.he pace again in Big. Ten basketball, coaches agreed today, but better overall balance in the league will make the road a lot rougher. serve hight and more depth court to keep the majors from tel-; me," he declared. evising a "game of the week" on Sundays. These are the items that promise trouble ahead. j All settled is "operation big | switch" — the realignment of the i major and minor league map in ! United States. would carry the Badgers to a bet- ! . llle b i an , ts are set m San Fran ' ter season i Clsco alld the Dodgers (ostensibly) "Anybody can beat those top ' a ™. setpin . p aclflc three clubs on a given night," O'-i ,, , ,, lc Loas . t League nas Conner said. Now nrobablv f,,'^ded three new cities _ Spokane, Co - champions Michigan Stale "darkhorse" seven will set out to i T nkp Vvv T-Hh id Indiana, and Ohio State, which do it, Jj3Ke u ^' ^ .• ll jl • Arlz " and Salt Schmidt Rolls 253 To Lead Steve Nagy In Bowling Tourney CHICAGO CUP)—Joey Schmidt, a salesman from Albany, N.Y., rolled 253 in his final game Thurs- and finished a game off the pace in a second place tic, won nearly unan- •imous approval as the teams to boat in the current cage chase. Every Big Ten team begins practice play this week with conference competition beginning Jan, 4. Michigan State, which went to the semifinals of the national d Z™ j^V takcYtfi championship, -lost only one P'.ay-|°f ^ £Jf ° va er from lasl year's squad and kept! ° n ^ Me ^ ™&- v Iwo slandouts, all conference trom bL • LOUIS ' " guard Jack Quiggle and center Johnny Green. Howard Returns to OSU Indiana, though it suffered more from graduation, still retains the league's most valuable player, all conference Archie Dees, and adds sophomore Frank Radovich at center to furnish a sky-scraping front line. Coach Branch McCracken. admitting he had the potential for a good team,-said he could start a veteran at every position with good sophomores also available. Ohio State also has a:i all conference star returning', Frank Howard, and lost only one man '. from last year's starting five. "We , should be as strong as last year," lead .i-Wiltord . (Sonny) Wray hit 131 Bulldogs to victory with 8 points J. Pierce 550, J. Alberts 5Bl.!^ nd "T on Tw wef ' we Til nrtlnte, rtlr-Tr OV,™L- in -,n^l r^-ilr* ! while, riihcnn h!f R t-o T^n/tn 1,/Tn I\r T>.,«1—.,„ = = , T T^,,:,.!,,,,,., soft ut-l^llulllt, un nuw WL.li we 1111 Gene Millard's spot." j The other seven teams had to share "darkhorse" rating. Bucky O'Connor of Iowa, thougli he complained about lack of experience, said he "probably nev>;r had a jx>ints, Dick Shook 10 and Craigj while Gibson hit 6 to pace Mc-.N. Barbour 551, J. Erickson 586, Porter 8 to pace the Berries in i Kinley. I J. Burkhart 553, C, Quillen 592, the opener. Mike Baumgartner also! Columbia's Red Devils halted the L - Handschu 584, H.'Smith 583. did a fine job at guard and i gt. Bridget Shamrocks at the' 20 ° .Games—W. Fowler 204, lidded 6 points. Gerald Sherrick nort hside gym 21-12 after racinn' lo C. Bunger 212, C. Button 206, L. got 8 points and John Atkinson 6 a 2 9-s lead in the first half Pat Smith 203, J. Alberts 212, E. lor Peru's best effort. The Ber-lj Jj hit 1Q in[ t j j ' th '..Jasorka 204. J. Erickson 200, J. *IQP nirffiri 10 /\F n Ft«nm fhnfinlH ^ *^MM i.»i». it _ ... „„,» -r r-r _„,-.-. caged 18 of 51 from the field z.nd 7 of 13 free throws. Peru hit! : way for Columbia but the star "of 27 afield and 2 of 14 feel Was fit ' Brklget ' s Hayden ' v/ho chancel i sot a11 12 of his team ' s l loint£ ' In the nightcap "Jim Buck" Bender and Jim Vance were tops with' 11 points each for the Berries and Jlike Huston hit 8, Dean Thomas «; ; Dick Modricker and Willard 'V/ray 4 each. Bender and Huston sa' out about half of the game with a heavy load of "personal fouls garnered early. While they were out, Vance and Thomas took over leadership. Steve Bostie with ID points and Bill Arwood with 9 •were best shooters for Peru. In. this one the ^Berries ^hit 17 o£ 50'smith, Gaby 2, Frohreich4, Kisser r lt ,••.,_, _..j .. -*._ jjj n ; us> porter 4, Pankow. Mc- Tipton's powerful Tigers looked ;ood in blasting the St. Vikings at the Tipton goalry 66-21. The Tigers hit freely from start to finish as Mike Smith got 18, ' Bill Gunter 17, Charles McPherson 15 and Jerry Spencer 10 Wolf Coal Pasquale Truckers Eberts Drugs :rnerson IB anu jerry opencer j Fos , er Furnitu . re to lead the attack. Joey Schrey-!p a i. ar , fl -vfaria . Burkhart 227, J. Hammon 204, F. Quaglio 216, N. Barbour 203, R. Parmeter 229, C. Quillen 217, Smith 202. H. LADIES MONDAY LEAGUE W L er was tops for the Vikings with 10 Marshall Chevrolet points. Tipton piled up a 30-16 half- j Farm Bureau time lead and used subs freely in the last half. Franklin—-O'Rourka 8, Strong, shpts from the fielc 1 and M of 'IS', free chances. Peru caged 13 of-'.42 afield and 6 of 14 from the charity line. Reserve game: Logan — Porter 8, Wray 13, Shook 10, Schue 2, Baumgartner 6, Briggs 4, Walters. Kinley—Huth 1, Billing, Emler 3, Rice, Streu, Gibson 6, Groninger, McCain 3, Hunter, Fisher 2, Moore, Njus. Columbia—Boughton 3, Hughes 2, Jordan 10, Reed, Wisely 2, Wood fLGWU Doyle's Bungalow F. & M. State Bank Fashion Beauty Shop First Federal Savings 33'A 29Mi 25 24 23 18 17 IS 14 13 13 9 14 IS 16 21 22 24 25 26 26 30 Two games each were won by Farm Bureau, First Federal, Pasquale, Marshall's, Foster's and Pat & Maria. squad so much, overall , veteran , world's match game bowling tournaments. Schmidt shot a 1,308, the high opening-day series at the Coliseum alleys as five squads completed their turns. Nagy, who was leading with 1,296 as the fifth squad took over tho alleys, held the sec- Loses Key City The Pioneer Loop, with its key Berries Split Even on Mat Coach Joe Falacsil's first Loganberry wrestling team broke even over the Steelcrs at Forbes Field 27-17. Sunday: At Detroit, the Cleveland Browns will defeat thc Lions by a 31-28 score. At San Francisco, thc 49'ers will take the Baltimore Colls 24-21. At Los Angeles, the Rams will win from the Green Bay Packers 35-28 in a razzlc daz- city gone in Salt Lake, may wind i Patacsil said. Next match for the ... a pair of opening matches at !z!c - At Washington, thr Redskins West Lafayette Thursday night, : wi11 be lo ° S° od for the Kaglcs, taking the junior-varsity show 21- "eating them 21-14. At Chicago, 5 but lost in the varsity competi-! lhe oldest rlvalr y )n pro football iion 33-16 ;Wil) 1)0 ''esumed and thc Chicago Although the varsity team was Bears wil1 win from lllc Cardinals beaten, Lhe boys showed excep-1 at Cormskcy Park, 35-24 "ionally well and indicated much I Colle S e footba ," ™Ss_its swan mucii promise for the future, sonff lhls weekend with three •up with a six-team league. The Class AA Texas League will cither re-locate the Shreveport club outside Louisiana or sell i', to another owner. And it plans to bring in Mexico City and Monterrey from the Mexican League. Such leagues as the Big State, ' (L, d'ecisioned Ramsted (\VL) 5 to the Three Eye, the Northern and 2. several others added new cities 103 pounds — Buddy Moore (L) and look optimistically ahead to a pinned Peyton (WL) in 5:33. b! S year. n2 pounds-Bob Collins (L) But over the horizon looms the I drew with Clanin (WL) 4 to 4. bogey-man" of baseball - televi-j 120 pounds—Taylor (WL) pinned lloral grapplcrs will be in a four- way show at Kokomo on Saturday with Peru, Marion and the host learn. Results of the match: VARSITY CONTEST 35 pound class—Ron Shoemaker The minors also took two drastic steps in their rules and regula- ' ond position. Stan Gifford, Chicago, bowled u^; the day's best game, a 287, but' my C™ fif D^r ^ BoTh j S ™" .<»* "«• . had 1,288 in six games. ' - Thos =- howe . ver . awa 't Ladewig, Grand bowled Hie top score of 922 in four games, followed by Ann Karrer, Philadelphia, with a 809. Miss Ladewig, who is not required to '?, climinite they a Pl' r "ve approval Kon Hodge (L) in 5:59. 123 upunds—Miller (WL) pinned Phil McCIintock (L) in 39 seconds. games. At Dallas, Texas. Notre Dame will conclude a fine season, winding up with Southern Methodist. At .Miami. Fla., Pitt Panthers will beat Miami 19-12. Both contests will be played in bowl stadiums, the N.D.-SMU game in the Cotton Bowl, and the Pitt-Miami struggle in the Orange Bowl. That winds up college play until the post season affairs. Logart Favored in Title Elimination Bout Over Ortega , _ . , . CLEVELAND. Ohio (UP)- Cu- 133 pounds- Courtney Justice ban we i te rweight Isaac Logart (L) decisionod Thoma (WL) 9 to 2. was an carly 8 ami 7 lo 5 favor . A ^ «*- w. INDIANA BASKETBALL COLLEGE UBUUWI&, wiiu is not required 10 qualify but is eligible for qualify-1 Anderson 86 Villa Madonna, Ky. ing prizes, also had Thursday's' high game an the women's competition, a 265. South Bend. Central 79 Michigan Ipor.ncd Howies (WL) Bowl. William J. Brown, LHS ticket manager, said only a Few ducats remain to be sold at the door, un- talent," and he could start five sophomores without suffering great damage. Northwestern, with the only new coach in the conference:, William Rohr, could be a better club with less Muncic school officials re- t'he addition of sophomores Willie turn some from their supply. Jones and Floyd Campbell, but the; Varsity game time in 8:15 p. m., Wildcats still retain a i;op scorer fjllowing liho "B" team prclimin- in 6-foot 9-inch Joe Ruklick. j?ry, scheduled at 6:45 p. m. Many Are Hopeful Full House May See Berries Host M uncle Muncie Central and Logansport may open their North Central conference basketball campaigns be-1 Evansville Reitz 56 Evansville fore a full house tonight at Berry i Mater Dei 47 83 Wilberforce 92 Oakland City 90 HIGH SCHOOL South Bend Adams 72 Goshen 61 J38 pounds-Craw (WL) pinned | itc loday to maintain his No 13illy Kozzi (L) in 4:19. 145 pounds — McKenna (WL) ginned Bart Swisher (L) in 15 seconds. 154 pounds—Wibie. (WL) deci- conlender's seat against Caspar Ortega of Mexico in a scheduled 12-round nationally televised bout here tonight. Ortega, currently rtaed fourth City 55 Linton 47 Bloomington University 46 Illinois also boasts good sophomores plus an all conference player, Don Ohl, and Coach Harry Combes said his team had "more speed" than a year ago. "But I don't know how we'll dd when we run into that front line with 6'7, 6'6 and 6'5," he said, "because our starting lineup ran 6'2 in our first game." The fifth all conference player r at. *x -vial la. f • i — — 450 Series-D. Huffman 476, M.' fro ™ last y ear also returns, Monahan 457 , Geor g e Kline of Minnesota, and ' 160 Games'—K. Hall 183, J.i G °P her Coach ssie Cowles said Werner 161, D. Huffman 188 andj hc thought his team, while weak — ^ ~ ni — n T^— */... n/r in experience, 'would be a good shooting team and pret';y fair rebounding." | Purdue's Ray Eddy anticipated II Vance M Hnd™ R Mnririr-VAr ^aniei nuusid—u u u..o u ii, ^v H - (JAINA1J1WNS wjiN Aii/iii\ ' a team w j lh more balance, more [ Thomas 6 Wrav 4 Porter i •!>». D. Arnold 5. Winter 4, Sharp : Marcel Boni n is filling in ably s f ed and more overall height, •t, J. llUUldS o, VvrdV 1. ITOrcer I. i * „ * , - _ -_v, T> -n/r - . . , _ _ . .— , - . nlMo mnfia. clfanctHi fi-/n-rt in ;i»-n« 167, J. Beall 182, S. Dur.n 161, M. 163 ' FcUers 174 > P ' Peru _ Sherrick 8, Gothard, Cut- j 6 ' McDo nald, Renkenberger, Rich- lei, Smalley, Spaundau i, Atkin-1 1 ^ 4 Tri bbett, Gaumer 4. St. Bridson 6, White, Brooks, Smith 2, Ed-i^Jg. Burks Hayden 12 D . wards, Yodor, Redmon, Spahn 1, p..- Tim'mnns Hnnkin? ntt Mpd ! lvlu i la " ul1 lu °. «• ^<.•"<="> > Holland. Richardson 2. \*™' *™™™ : S" nS ' ° tl ' Med 1 Leonard 160, S. Homey 179. Mam game: Logan _ Bender Danie] Webster _j ohnson> H op-^ CANADIENS WIN AGAIN 4 Thomas 6 Wray 4 Porter 1 |P er ' D - Arnold 5 - Winter 4 ' Sharp) * Baumgartner Peru _ No "house !s ' Kragh ' Longfellow-Ryan, May- for injlire d Maurice (Rocket) ] Sherrick 5 Bosti.- 10 Arwood 0 i nugh ' s ™P son 4 > WlW ' ^ abawa 2 - Richard. ] 3 'almer 4, May 1 Atkinson Wolf Terrell, Reid 4, L«hnus, Parrelt The rugged right wing scored ' ' 6, Dunn. two goals Thursday night in lead- Tipton - Gunter 17, Beckman 2, ing the Montreal Canadiens to a Spencer 10, Smith 18, McPherson comeback 4-3 victory over the To- J15, Means 4, Rombold, Evans, ronto Maple Leafs. ' Bauch, McMinn, Hunt, "Cunningham, 'Cox. St. Vincent—Mee 2, Schreyer 10, Murphy 2, Miller, more strength from Wilson GRADE CAGE RESULTS Franklin 21, McKiialcy 15 Columbia 31, St. Bridget 12 Daniel Webster 18, Longfellow 16 Tipton 66, St. Vincent 21 Only one upset occurred in four games of the city's grade school Chadwick 1, Baker, Molique 3, But-; tice, Perfctta 3, Brugh. GREATEST GIFT IDEA FOR YOUR FAMILY. A NEW JOHNSON SEA HORSE IOGANSPORT MARINE SALES Highway 24 iind West Linden After The Game TAKE HOME A SACKFUL OF BOONS DONUTS 14TH * BROADWAY Juil Edit of th* High School i ' Mf the last half of last season, while Wisconsin's Bud Foster believes more experience, more re- LONGCLIFF WINS Logansport State Hospitai cagers defeated the RBM learn at Columbia school gym Thursday night 8-np after gaining a 30-19 halftime margin. Frank Thomas hit 17 and Tom Beeson 15 to set the pace for the Hospital cagers. Dillon was tops for RBM with 14. RBM—Dillon 14, E. Waddups 10. Wallace 6, T-rixler 5, Bir.glow 4, G. Waddups 2, DeGraC 8, Spencer 1. Slate Hospital—Thomas 17, Beeson 15, Pugh 12, Luebbert Flowers 9, Yoder 4, Darby 1. East hicago Washington 55 Gary Mann 41 Chesterton 57 Gary Wirt 55 120 pounds—Lou Dailey (L) <Je-i cisioned Fabian (WL) 5 to 4. | 128 pound/! — Ranee Nelhercult (L' decision Taylor (WL) 6 lo 3. 133 pounds — Jerry Benn (L) pi-.ine'd Mallott (WL) 145 pounds—Joe Shaugncssy (L) sioned Dave Bowles (L; 12 lo 6. | among { he H7-pound claimants, 165 pounds — Connerly (WL) pinned Tom Sailors (L) in 5:17. 175 pounds—Ayres <WLi deci- sioned Hex Grant (L) 6-0. Heavywcikht — Al Thomas (L) decisioned Roberts (WL) 10 lo 5. JUNIOR-VARSITY CONTEST 112 pounds — Mike Berndt (L) pinned Sawicki (WL) Mount Vernon Ii2 Evansville North | Heavyweight — Moriarily planned no change in which won split-decisions over Logart in !wo of their previous three engagements. He has 17 KO's in his record of 42 wins, nine losses and one draw. Logart has 51 wins — with only seven losses and five draws. Tonight's bout is Hie first in a scries of elimination matches to determine who will win the vacant crown abandoned by Carmen Basilio. Other title contenders include Vince Martinez of Patcrson, N.J., Virgil Akins of St. Louis, Gil Tur- (WDnor of Philadelphia and George College Basketball Results Richmond 72 Virginia Tech 62 N. Carolina St. 62 Wake Forest 51 Georgia Tech 73 Alabama 62 W&L 78 Randolph-Macon 60 VMI 77 Hampden-Sydney 73 piimed Mike McLochlin (L). Mississippi St. 114 Howard Col!. 57 SouthW Louisiana 66 Loyola 65 Midwest Nebraska 77 Wyoming 63 $500 A MONTH FOR LIFE 18 NIW '58 PLYMOUTH* And Many Other Prizes. Register at the Plymouth 'Booth At The LOGANSPORT AUTO SHOW Hendrickson's Motor Sales, Inc. FOOTBALL HELMET $3.50 FOOTBALL $3.95 PING PONG SET $5.95 TENNIS RACKET $5.95 RIFLES from $15.9>5 ICE SKATES from FISHING ROD AND REEL $4.95 BASKETBALL $3.95 BASKET $1.95 I BERMAN'S SUPPLY HOUSE fy "iOGiANSPORT'S OLDEST SPORTING GOODS STORE" & Phone 4540 302 E. Markef

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