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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tuesday Evening. December 17, I95T. jury-Ridden Loganberries Invade Peru Tonight Line-Up Shuffled For Tiger Clash Logansport's Berries, nursing a rash of injuries to key players, invade the Peru Tigers' domain tonight, shooting for their fourth victory in six starts thus far in the basketball season. Jim Moss, out of school with a .severe cold, and Billy Cuppy, who suffered a sprained ankle during the weekend, will be missing from action in the annual clash with the Bengal Tigers. Ron Jones, 6-5 senior star, is still nursing a knee injury suffered in last Friday's loss to the Frankfort Hot Dogs, and Coach Jim Jones revealed Tuesday that forward Butch Jones suffered a sprained ankle Monday night, leaving him with a limp too. Although neither Jones is expected to miss the game, the wave of injuries has caused Coach Jones to shuffle his line-up to include his 6-6 senior, Jim Fiedler. Fiedler will start at center, with Ron Jones moving to forward •with Butch Jones. Senior Larry Cart will b; at one guard post, •while the other will be filled by either -Dave Dickerson or Jimmy Sweet, both 5-8 speedsters. The Berries: adversary for the night will be seeking to snap out of a losing habit which has seen them drop four of their five starts this season. Coach Ray Geyer's crew, which bowed, to Hartford City last Saturday, 71-54, will probably employ the same offensive weave NCC All Games Games W Lafayette Z Indpls Tech 2 Kokomo 2 Muncic Central 1 Marion 1 Logansport 1 Richmond 1 Frankfort ...........1 New Castle 0 Anderson 0 Games Tuesday Logansport at Peru L W 0 5 0 Dickens Urges Alumni: Hunt For Players Need Boys With Heart and Desire, Grid Coach Says INDIANAPOLIS (UP)^Indiana football coach Phil Dickens, ir. his ind"pl s Tech at Indpls Attucks Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STEEY Bronchos Eye Undisputed N'CC Lead 1 3 2 I ,2 3 2 3 first public appearance since he! won reinstatement by the Big Ten last week, Monday night urged Hoosier alumni to start hunting for personnel. The former Wyoming mentor, penalized last summer before he could coach his first game at Indiana for violating the conference's aid to athletes code, bluntly told the alumni they will >e responsible for the caliber of future Hoosier teams, "We need boys who have heart and desire and the proper mental attitude," said Dickens. "Eighty per cent of success depends on material, 10 per cent on luck, injuries and weather, 9 per cent on coaching, and 1 per cent on strategy.". Dickens spoke at an Indiana alumni club banquet at which the 1957 Hoosier team, which won only •which they unveiled in the Hart- one game and finished in the Big ford City game, and which gave Ten cellar, was honored. Game Wednesday Lalayctte at Frankfort (c) Games Friday Anderson at Muncie Central (c) Frankfort at Tipton Attucks at Kokomo Elkhart at Logansport Fort Wayne Central at Marion Greensbnrg at New Castle Mishawaka at Richmond Games Saturday Anderson at Indpls Shortridge South Bend Central at Lafayette Muncie Central at Elkhart Results Last Week Lafayette 53, Anderson 41 Frankfort 61, Logansport 57 Tech 70, New Castle 63 Kokomo 71, Marion 50 Muncic Central 61, Richmond 51 Kokomo 72, Shortridgc 53 Muncie Central 71, Hammond 38 » * » Despite a slim North Central conference slate this week of two Illini, Badgers Anderson Indians shoot for No. 1 in the Muncie fieldhouse at the expense of the Central Bearcats, now 1-1. Undefeated Tech of Indianapolis, which shares the driver's seat with Lafayette at 2-0, has only one date before the, Capital City holiday tournament. But that game is a big attraction against rival Crispus Attucks Tuesday at Butler fieldhouse. Two fellow NCC clubs will be involved in a pair of headline non- league affairs. Jeff hosts defending champion South Bend Central Saturday and Kokomo puts out the welcome mat. for formidable Attucks. The Elkhart Blue Blazers serve as a testing board for a couple ol conference units this week. The northern quintet is booked at Logansport Friday night, then hustles home for a Saturday engagemenl against Muncie Central: * if * Anderson and Logansport, in addition to the Bearcat and Bronchos do double duty this week. The Indians travel to Indianapolis for a Saturday meeting with Shortridge while the Berries resumed the traditional rivalry Tuesday with Peru Richmond entertains Mishawaka in its only action. Other Friday non-conference tilts send Frank for to Tipton of the Central Indiana]get closer than three points after Defeats Iowa Fourth Straight For Illinois in 64 to 46 Victory . By UNITED PRESS Illinois continued its winning ways Monday night with a 64-46 basketball win over Colorado and Wisconsin nipped a tailer Rice team, 67-62, but Iowa fell before sharp shooting Wichita, 81-78. Illinois, running its- undefeated string to four straight, was cold from the floor during the first half, but still held a 27-23 intermission lead. After hitting on only .265 of their first half tries, the Illini compiled a .427 second half average and pulled away from the Golden Buffaloes from Boulder, Oolo. Yule Tourney Tickets Go on Sale Wednesday Advance tickets for the annual holiday basketball tourney in Berry Bowl on Dec. 28 will go on sale Wednesday. Ticket manager .William J. Brown said students may buy them at 2:45 p.m. and the adults may get them between 4-6 p.m. at the box office. Any tickets left over will go on sale at Greenfelders Brothers, 315 E. Market, starting Thursday. The Berries will vie with Monticello in the tournament opener at NEW YORK (UP) —North Carolina's defending national champi- oni received a solid vote of confidence from the United Press 3oard of Coaches today before j taking on their toughest assign' 1 p.m. Kokomo will battle Flora at 2:15, then the consolation arid championship games will be played in the evening. Evansyille Loses To California Team St. Mary's oE California bumped host Evansvile from the ranks of the unbeaten college basketball teams Monday night in a 70-68 overtime struggle. I The Gaels, trailing at the half Roger Taylor paced Illinois with 34-28, came back in the second 17 points, while Gerry Schroeder led the J}uSs with 12. At Madison, Wisconsin's Badgers employed rough play and hot court shooting to overcome Rice Institute's height advantage. Bob Litzow with 20 points and Bunky Holt with 22 led the Badgers and the team as a whole hit on 50 per cent of their tries from the floor. The Owls tried a fast breaking offense in an attempt to overwhelm Wisconsin, but the hot|§ Badger marksmen never allowed g the Southwest Conference entry half with a ball control-type game and tied the score at 62-all to force the overtime. N. Carolina No.l in U.S.;KansasSecond en four southern opponents in relatively easy victories this season, will take on ICth-ranked Minnesota (3-0) on the first round of the Kentucky Invitation Friday night. ment since the 1956-57 NCAA tour-!Should the Tarheels win thal one - nament. they'll face either sixth-ranked Coach Frank McGuire's Tar- Kentucky, extra tough on its home heels, about to risk their 36-game court, or 14th ranked West Vir- winning streak in the Kentucky Invitation Tournament, held a 40- point lead over Kansas in the United Press college basketball ratings. Behind Kansas in the current ratings came Kansas State with 222 points, San Francisco with 199, Michigan State with 162. Kentucky with 116, Cincinnati with 91, Seattle with 66, Maryland with 04 and UCLA with 58. North Carolina had 22 first-place votes, Kansas had eight and Kansas State, ginia, Saturday night. Maryland's advance was made primarily .on the basis of its 71-62 triumph over Kentucky at Lexington, Ky.. last Monday and means that North Carolina has a new challenger for national honors right in its own Atlantic Coast Conference back yard. Cincinnati crashed the top 10 on the snetgrth of its victory in the Cincinnati Invitational Tournament last weekend and also boasts a San Francisco, Michigan State, i brilliant newcomer in sophomore Kentucky and Cincinnati one each. Oscar Robinson. Seattle moved up Maryland, Cincinnati Gain The big gainers were seventh- Guard Andy Sloan hit a freelhrows for the clincher. Mary's first victory in six games. Evansville won its first two starts of the season. pair ofi' ranlje(i Cincinnati, which came up er, St. frorn l^th, and Maryland, which rose to No. 9 after being unranked. North Carolina, which has beat- from iah to eighth after upsetting Bradley. Bradley Now llth Bradley, Temple and Notr« Dame all lost their places in the lop 10, Bradley dropping to llth, Temple to 13th and Notre Dame to a tie for 19th. the Airedales some bad moments for three quarters. Two games are on tonight's,- ."TT "" " """ schedule, with the B teams meet- largest state group ever. However, ing at 6:45 p.m. and the varsity he_was cautious about the future. Dickens said Indiana carried 19 basketball games, the loop's undis- Indiana boys on this year's fresh- believed to be the clash scheduled for 8:15 o'clock. Mat Contest Is Scheduled Logansport high school's wrestling team will open its home season against Madison Heights of Anderson in a double-header tonight at the old gym, with the junior varsity swinging into action at 6 o'clock and the varsity match beginning an hour later. Jack Hamilton, Lafayette, will referee the varsity event. Madison Heights is sporting its second wrestling team, while Logansport is still in its first year at the sport. The locals, under the tutorage of Joe Patacsil, has shown improvement since the season opened, dropping a close match to Culver Military Academy in the last meet. Admission to the- wrestling event will be a quarter for students and 50 cents for adult:,. Lineup for the Berries in the varsity match includes: 95 pounds —Bonnie Shoemaker; 103 —Buddy iMotxre; 112—Mike Berndt; 120— Bonnie Hodge; 128—Phil McClintock; 133—Courtney Justice; 138— Billy Rozzi: 145—Bart Swisher; 154-Paul Weiand; 165—Tom Sailors; 175—Rex Grant; Heavyweight—Al Thomas. On the Junior-Varsity Berries the workmen will be: 95 pounds- Sidney Bixler; 103 —-Roger Jenkins; 112—Bob Collins; 120—Edgar Closson; 128-^Rance Nethercutt; 1S3—Jerry Bonn; 133—Dick Huntsinger; 145—Frank Ehase; 154— Dave Bowles; 165— Sob Champion; 175—Danny DiGenwa; Heavyweight—Mike McLochlin. Hoosier High School Participation Rule Violators Punished INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The first violations of Indiana's new high school basketball participation rule were reported Monday when the IHSAA meted out probations, to Bourbon and Hanover high schools. Hanover also was forced to for feit a victory. IHSAA Commissione L. V. Phillips said both schools reported using one player Dec. 3 for five periods in reserve and varsil.j games. A rule adopted by the IHSAA's athletic council Oct. 23 states a player cannot participate in more than four periods during one session. "We can't say too much -ight now," he said. "We have to get .ogether and view pictures of past ames and take a look at the reshmen." Dickens said the' planned construction of Indiana's new stadium, with a seating capacity of about 55,000, "can account for 30 or 40 per cent of recruiting boys." Assistant IU athletic director Bob Dro outlined three steps necessary to guarantee Indiana a winning football team; Locate a prospect, sell him on Indiana, trans- >ort him to the campus. "We need salesmen and saleswomen capable of selling prospective athletes on Indiana University," said Dro. Line coach Bob Hicks, who piloted the Hoosiers during the jast season in the absence of )ickens, praised has undermanned charges. "They gave us everything they lad," said Hicks. "We have no regrets." TRIMBLE DENIES REPORT HAMILTON, Ont. (UP) — Jim Trimble denied a report today thai he will relinquish his coaching job with the Grey Cup champion Hamilton Tigercats to accept a similar post with the Chicago Cardinals of the National Football League. ; puted leadership will be the prize for Jeff of Lafayette, provided the Bronchos can slip past the upset- minded Frankfort Hot Dogs in a Wednesday night encounter at Frankfort's Howard Hall. Jeff is 2-0 in conference business and 5-0 overall, as a result oC last week's conquest of Ajiderson. But Frankfort apparently is jelling and has gained confidence since turning .back Logansport on the Berries' home court in a 61-57 struggle. * * * The only other NCC encounter will unfold Friday when the winless league, Fort ., Wayne Central to Marion and Greensburg to New Castle. * * * Three members dropped from the select group of unbeatens last week, but only one came as a real surprise.' That was Frankfort's shocking of the Berries, behind the 25-point production of Larry Moudy. Marion encountered even- geful Kokomo quintet and Richmond couldn't keep pace with hustling Muncie. Jimmy Rayl, Kokomo's "splendid splinter" unlimbered his firing arm for 29 points and maintained games won and two lost, his 28-point average for three! league contests. He has 84 tallies. the half. Both teams emerged from the game with 3-1 records. Wichita managed to hold off a final stanza rally by the Iowa Hawkeyes to salvage an 31-78 victory on their home floor. The Shockers held only a 37-36 halftime lead but opened up a sL\ point margin until the waning minutes of the 'contest when Iowa narrowed the gap to 79-78. Joe Stephens of Wichita and the|g Iowa's Larry Swift paced scorers, each witi. 19 points. Iowa's record now stands at two' Editor's Note: Sports Writer Injured; Misses Game. That headline fits John Strey, Pharos-Tribune sports editor. He slipped and fell Friday afternoon and fractured his left ankle. He missed the Frankfort game at the Bery Bowl Friday, his first sporting event since 1952. He will hobble around on crutches with a knee-high cast for several weeks. Autographs will be accepted when he returns to his desk, possibly Wednesday. College Basketball Results Bast Hofstra 60 Springfield 59 Georgetown (D.C.) 84 Cath. U. 58 South Georgia Tech 61 Baylor 59 Memphis St. 70 Citadel 63 W. Kentucky 96 Hardin-Sim. 60 Phillips Oilers 78 Auburn 54 Texas Tech 79 Louisiana St. 72 Miss. South. 68 SouE'rn Louisi. 63 Tulane 85 Centenary 75 Mississippi 81 David Lipscomb 59 Midwest Creighlon 69 St. Michael's 51 Illinois 64 Colorado 46 Wisconsin 67 Rice 62 Wichita 81 Iowa-78 Nebraska 68 Denver 63 Southwest SMU 65 Kentucky 64 Kansas St. 63 Arkansas 48 N. Mex. 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