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Eighteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, December 19, 1957. Once-Beaten Elkhart At Berry Bowl Friday Stray Slants On Sports BY JOHN STBEY South Bend Central Wins No. 36 Frankfort Scribe Comments Len Beeghley. who pens the Frankfort Hot Dogs athletic fortunes, this week tossed' in some kind words about a pair of Logansport residents. He says: "Dynamic Larry Cart looks like an All-North Central Conference guard to these eyes. He can kill you in a half dozen ways before you can say Jack Robinson . . . Keith Showalter, the former Logansport coach, is now just a teacher in the school to which he brought so many trophies. There is a darned good coach going to waste." End of quote . . . Thanks for your comments, Len. We know they're appreciated. Frankfort, incidentally, may have a legitimate gripe if Larry Moudy doesn't repeat as an all-league choice. That fellow hits 'cm long or short . . . Moudy certainly fattens his average against Logansport. The 6-2 center connected for 21 points in leading the Hot Dogs to a two-point victory last year. So he hikes his production to 25 markers in this most recent Frankfort success. The Berries' repealed basketball failures in this Frankfort series now have attained the ridiculous stage. It doesn't seem to matter what kind of personnel perform for -the two NCC rivals. Frankfort just goes ahead and wins anyway In 68 previous meetings, the Berries have copped jusl 15 victories. Simple arilhme-tic gives the Hot Dogs 53 triumphs . . . Coach Showalter knew what he was doing when the home and home arrangement was reduced to a single Frankfort-Logansport conflict every season. AII-NCC Cagers in Business Oregon Ducks Lose 3 Games By 13 Points 'Lafayette Barely Shades Frankfort In 40-39 Thriller INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — State champion South Bend Central strengthened its claim as Indi- I ana's No. 1 high school basketball Wallace, 57-54, and South Bend Washington tripped Niles, Mich., 51-43, for its sixth straight after an opening-game loss. East Chicago Roosevelt rallied from a 10-point deficit at the half to spill LaPorte, 60-56, and up its record to 4-1. Pete Goshay scored 12' of his 18 points in the final quintet today following a convinc- stanza to lead the way. ing 61-47 victory at strong East; Chicago Washington. Joining Central with unblemished records Wednesday night Pacific Coast Team Belies On Strong Defense (EDITORS NOTE: This is the jwith a close 51-50 victory over city j fourth of 10 dispatches or, the .foe Scecina, and Terre Haute Gar- football bowl (cams. The dis- 'field, 58-39 conqueror of Terre Seven Browns isiieu jucurus yyeudcauei^ 1115111. ^^ _ were Lafayette, 40-39 winner over [J|% hncf'01*1*1 Frankfcrt; Indianapolis Cathedral| ^" ^UalCMI Pro Team patches will cover the teams in the Gator, Orange, Hose, Sugar and Cotton bowls.) EUGENE, ORE. (UP) - Coach Len Casanova of the University of Oregon football team, who has never lost a bowl game, has said over and over this season: "these lads continue to amaze me." Haute Wiley. Central, winner of 36 straight, including six this season, held only, a 39-32 advantage at the end of three periods. But coach Elmer McCall's crew outscored Washing- LOS ANGELES (UP) — The Cleveland Browns, Eastern Division NFL champions, Tuesday landed seven men on the Eastern team in the All-Star Pro-Bowl Game to be held Jan. 12 in Meton 22-15 in the final period to| morial Coliseum here, account for the wide victory mar- 1 Selections of the eastern team gin Sylvester Coalmen tallied 23.Players wore made by NFL Com- .for'the Bears, who hit 46 per cent jmissioner Bert Bell and Pro-Bowl But Casanova probably would be from the field, and Joe Winston | game general manager Paul the least amazed should, Oregon iupset Ohio State in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. Although the coach knows he is up Three members of the 1956-57 all-conference are still doing I against the national champion he business. Eddie Ilannon o!: Indianapolis Tech and Logansport'.s Ronl sounds optimistic. _ Jones made the honor squud along with Moudy as juniors . . . Ray- I[ . vve sllow l . ne s f! ri - ° C suome mond Pavy, of New Castle was a second team selection, while Larry P rev:ous fames in which we have Cart (Logansport), Nor.r. Ue'ph (Anderson) and Larry Shook (Rich- ^. een und e™ogs, there is more mond) received honorable mention last year, strong bids for another shot. All are preparing Bowling as It Should Be How would you like (o hammer out a bulging 721 three- game set. highlighted by a 290 count in a television bowling match and still lose by 72 pins? That's what happened to Carl Richard when he tangled with Tony Lindcmann. who made a personal appearance in Logansport last spring . . . All Lindcmann did to strangle Richard was open with 235 and finish up with a pair of 279s. Tony twice fired eight strikes in a row, spared the ninth frame and struck out . . . Richard settled for an opening spare, then blasted 11 consecutive strikes for his 290 ... A 290 and a 279 in the same game should set some kind of a bowling mark. than a good chance of victory. I would even say there is a likelihood of victory," he said. Oregon The Underdog Despite the coache's optimism, Oregon will go into the game at added 16. The Bears committed : Schissler after coaches of the only five fouls. Defense - minded Lafayette— , teams represented nominated the felt were most consist- -. ranked third in the state-built upi ent ln their Performances all year, a 37-28 third period lead over' Leading the eastern offense will Frankfort and hung on for its be Browns' quarterback Tommy sixth straight in a North Central 'O'Connell who will be backed up Conference clash. Larry Butzi by Eddie LeBaron of the Redskins scored 18 points for the Broncos'as reserve quarterback. to take game scoring honors. The offensive team selected was Garfield jumped off to a 31-17,ends John Carson, Redskins, and I halftime lead over Wiley and then j Jack McClairen, Steelers; lackles poured it on in their Western Con-; Lou Groza, Browns, and Roosevelt ference clash. Terry DischingerjBrown, Giants; guards Dick Stan- paced the winners with 21 points fel, Redskins, and Jack Stroud, j least a two -touchdown underdog j and Bob Kehrt added 16 as the Giants; center Ray Wietecha' Giants; quarterback Tommy in what some have called a match.' Camden Hosts Carroll Neighbors m 's-1 state's seventh-ranked team took I its fifth in a row. Spirit has been a major factor Cathedral made it seven in a at Oregon this year. The Ducks,:row in its thriller with Scecina. picked to finish as low as seventhiThe lead changed hands so often •place in the FCC, wound up as i and 'the score was tied so fre- co - champions with Oregon State, jquently the scorekeepers had a despite losing two of their last ] hard time catching up. Neither three games. ] team was ahead by more than Oregon's overall record was 7-3. j six points. Scecina missed its Us three losses were only by a i chance to put the game into over- total of 13 points — 6-3 to Pills-!time when Dick Cook muffed his O'Connell, Browns; halfbacks 01- lie Matson, Cardinals, and Frank Gifford, Giants, and fullback Jim Brown, Browns. The defensive team: ends Gene Brito, Redskins, and Andy Robustelli, Giants; tackles Bob Gain, Browns, and Ernie Stautner, Steel- UCLA, Rice Are Beaten IIlini Loom As Big 10 Contender There's fresh new evidence today that the best way to stay out of trouble in college basketball is to slay out of the other fellow's back yard. Only three of the nation's lop dozen teams were in action Wednesday night and two of them lost—on their rivals' courts. Un- ranlced Wichita whipped loth-rated UCLA, 83-68, at Wichila, Kan., and Illinois downed Rice, 85-82, in a thriller at Champaign, 111. . The loss was the first for UCLA but the third in five games for Rice which is rated 12th in the country. At the same time, ninth-ranked Maryland had maters all its way on its College Park, Md., walloping Navy, 88-58, for No. 5 in a row. And rugged Louisville whipped Marquette, 73-65, at Louisville, Ky. Wichita threw up a tight defense! n the second half to overcome a 41-34 halftime deficit and score its fifth victory in six games. Wichita went ahead of the Pacific Coast Conference title contenders, 62-61, on a free throw by Don Locke with seven minutes and 53 seconds remaining and never was headed thereafter. Wichita's Al Tate and UCLA's Ben Rogers shared scoring honors with 19 points each. Illinois, shaping up as a strong Big Ten contender despite the fact that it does not have a good big man, had a 45-41 lead over Rice at the half and was tied but never headed in the second half. It was a key win for the IIlini because they proved they could Bednarik, Eagles, and Walt Mi- - ,,."*.,, , UHal ul " punus — "'•> lu * i-io- uiiie wiira UIUK. UOOK muuuu ms Duunarin, eagles, ana war- ,vn- . . «„„„,„ Camden's Red Devils, a 6-2 performer th!S season with the scalp . burgh , 13 . 6 to Washington and 10-7!second freethrow attempt after ! chaels, Browns; halfbacks Jack " c , h . £™ pl , e >reviously undefeated Wolcott added to its collection, are favored ')„ ni-nnnn si =)'„ hwino f™ii»ri ,,,;n, th™, <.<». n nric ' : g seconds of previously undefeated Wolcott added to its collection, are favored ; ( o Oregon Sta'.e. i being fouled with to'whip the all-Carroll county field in their pre-hoiiday tournament i The Ducks boast a stout, defense! left. beginning tonight and ending Friday ... The Red Devils meet Cutler i an d speed. It doesn't have sheer In other top games, Harold Howat 8:15 p.m., following the Burlington-Deer Creek opener at 6:45 p.m. . . . Figure this puzzle if you can. Cutler (3-5) defeated Deer Creek; .power and has been outweighed ard scored 26 points and Phrl Cop- most of the time, The line aver-llin added 19 to lead Rochester to Deer Creek (7-3) licked Burlington; and Burlington (2-6) surprised' ages 203 pounds and the backfieid|a 79-69 win over North Manches- Cutler in regular season action. All were .by close margins. Hard Work Ahead for Buckeyes COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)-Coaeh Woody Hayes, disturbed over a growing casualty list, today prescribed plenty of work arid sweat for his national champion Ohio State Buckeyes before meeting Oregon in the Rose Bowl. New Year's Day. Hayes pinned his hopes on the Southern California sunshine working its healing powers on the squad, which numbered eight injured players prior to Ohio State's departure for Pasadena. The Buckeyes' No. 1 patient •was halfback Don Clark, their top scorer and ground gainer, who suffered a groin injury against Purdue. Clark was the only doubtful starter for the Rose Bowl, however, barring further and more serious injuries. Not Indispensable Before Oregon supporters begin raising their hopes for an upset, it must be pointed out that the Buckeyes roiled over their two toughest opponents, Iowa and Michigan, without Clark. Although Clark's absence hurt, Hayes unveiled another standout running back for his grinding split-T offense. Taking over where Clark left off, sophomore fullback iBob White was a one-man wrecking crew against Iowa. He pcrson- Pistori Pro Cagers Seeking New Coach DETROIT (UP) — The Detroit Pistons today are scheduled to an- . nounce the hiring of a new coach He is exceptionally hard to bring to succeed the fast-talking Charley ' 178. The stars include Jim Shanley and Jack Morris, a pair of senior 'backs who take turns running arc blocking for each other. Some call speedy Shanley the most under-rated halfback in the nation. l ter; Gary Edison, trailing 32-27 at the half, rallied to stop city rival Eckman who "resigned" Wednesday in the midst of his worst Mondale Heads Line UP,p front, the stalwart of the line is Har-ry Mondale, a 5 - 6 Fred Zollner, Pistons' owner S uard who weighs 196 pounds and said a successor would be named is called "fireplug" by his mates by tonight and that the new coach i He 's one of the few remaining would not be from within the De-! four " year leltermen in college troit professional basketball team which has won only nine of 26 games this season, Zollner said the new coach the Pistons hoped to obtain "h a s football, having played when freshmen were eligible and then going into service. The surprise of the team has •been Jack Crabtree, the senioi many years of experience in the! ^arterback j" his first year as National Basketball Association."! 3 re g ular .- He completed 50 per • ' cent of his passes and ha. developed into a fine signal caller. Oregon has a top-flight pass receiver in end Ron Stover. It will be Oregon's first Rose Bowl appearance since 1920 when it lost to Harvard 7-6. The only other time Oregon played at Pasadena was in 1917 when the Ducks beat Pennsylvania 14-0. In 1949, Oregon went" to the Coltor. Bowl when Norm Van Brocklin was its star and lost 21-13 to Southern Mehodist. Teddy Beats Mantle Afield CHICAGO, PUP) — Ted Williams beat Mickey Mantle again today —in tne fielding department, of all places.. Williams wound up the 1957 season a .995 defensive average, committing only one error in 218 total chances, according to official American League fielding averages released by the Howe News Bureau, while Mantle had a .979 mark, with seven errors in 337 chances. Only two regular AL outfielders posted better fielding averages ;han Williams. They were Charlie Maxwell of Detroit with a .997 mark and Al Pilarcik of Balti- ally guaranteed the Bucks the Big| morc wirh 996 Ten title and Rose Bowl trip in I vic Power of Kansas CR who general , uses on]y one hand jn the final minutes. In one of the most spectacular individual displays ever seen in Ohio Stadium, White carried the ball seven times his infielders' throws, ]] t ne fj rs t basemen in the circuit with a .998 average. in an eight-play march for the He mad , 3 on]y two errors in la j winning touchdown. He gamed 66 games Bill Gardner of Baltimore edged Nellie Fox of Chicago at second base by one point. Gardner fielded .987 and Fox .986. At shortstop, Joe Demaestri of Kansas City had a bigger margin over runnerup Gil McDougald of the Yankees. Demaestri compiled of the 68 yards covered in the drive. The trip to the Rose Bowl will be the second in four years for Hayes. His 1954 unbeaten powerhouse crushed Southern California, 20-7, in the rain and mud. Eight Straight Victories Hayes believes this Buckeye team has fewer stars but works better as a unit than the 1954 squad. Its record speaks for itself, eight straight victories after an opening loss to Texas Christian. The main ingredients for the Ohio State success werp the development of sophomores like White in the backfield, end Jim Houston and tackle Jim Marshall on the line and a slightly greater emphasis on passing with quarterback Frank Kremblas. The Buckeyes' secret of winning comes from the absence of damaging fumbles and pass interceptions. Kremblas had only one aerial intercepted all .season. The term "fawn" is used to de scribe the young of rabbits, caribou, mule deer, white-tailed deer, red deer and antelope. AS USUAL, THE UNUSUAl fN GIFTS Coonie's Gift Shop Woffon, Indiana BUG FIGHTER ILL INDIANAPOLIS (CP) — Stale Entomologist Frank N. Wallace was taken to Methodist Hospital Wednesday for an undiagnosed illness. Physicians said the 79-year- old veteran of 43 years in state service was confined to an oxygen tent. ar. average of .980 compared with McDougald's .976. Frank Malzone of the Red Sox led the third basemen with a .954 figure. For the second straight year, the Chicago White Sox were the team fielding leaders with a .982 m.ark that was three points higher than the figure they compiled to lead the league in 1956. Baltimore finished second with .981 and the Yankees 'and Tigers lied for third place with .980 each. The Yankees led in double plays with 183, while Cleveland committed the most errors, 153. FOR CHRISTMAS Just Received At TIMBERLAKE'S NEW RONSQN VARAFLAME POCKET LIGHTER Styles for Men and Women A1SO SEE THE NEW SCHICK BUTANE LIGHTER Lights for months without a refill. $10,95 . $1750 j >» In many beautiful designs for Men and Women TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "Grfts You'll Be Proud To Give" Rice's key man was 6-foot, 10- Tucker, who scored s±i.^js? .£" 2s SrTs^^r Browns; and safeties Jerry Norton, Eagles, and Emlen Tunnell, Giants nected for 29 for Illinois and sophomores Govoner Vaughn and Marv Jackson had 12 and 12 respective- Some Sudanese women wear car-| tridge shells stuck in their lower! lips. Read the Classified Ads Berries Seek Fifth Win Against Blazers Elkhart Loses Undefeated Status at Mishawaka Last Week After Clipping East Chicago, Nappanee, LaPorte and Columbus. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Logansport Pos. Elkhart Larry Jones (5-11) F. Tom McDowell (6-0) Ron Jones (6-5) F Steve Reim (6-1) Jim Moss (6-2) C.. Jim LichtcnberRcr (fi-Sli) Larry Cart (5-11) G.... Jim Swathwood (5-8 1 ,-.) Dave Dickerson (5-8) or Jim Sweet (5-8) G Pete Parmeter (5-10) GAME DATA—"B" team preliminary at 6:45 p.m.; varsity at 8:15 p.m. Officials—Stan Dubis (East Chicago) and Charles Timmons (Redkey). Logansport's second basketball appearance of the week and last before the Christmas holidays comes up Friday night at Berry Bowl. Elkhart provides the opposition for this dale and in the words of Coach Jim Jones: "This will be a big one for the Berries. We need this victory to head into our holiday tournament in high gear." Their spirits dampened by an PaUs Parmeler, 5-10 senior as NCC setback at the hands of Uje other back court operator. Frankfort last week, the Berries Elkhart, like Logansport, boasts truly struggled to set down an up-1 one casualty. Regular guard Dave start Peru Tiger quintet and earn Donovan is sidelined with the flu a 4-2 ranking for the season Tues- this week. The Berries' Billy Cuppy, who missed the Peru game day evening. Conquest of the Tigers, however, a sprained ankle, may be helped put the locals into the pro-; ijsed sparingly by Coach Jones, per mood for handling the anti- 1 The Blazers trounced Logans- cipated rugged invasion of Elk-|P°rt. 72 to_ 57 last year in Elkhart's Blue Blazers. Coach Max Bell wasn't feeling chipper last Friday either, particularly after his Elkhart team lost its unbeaten status to neighborhood rival, Mishawaka, 65 o 54. The Blue Blazers previously had scored four one-sided triumphs without drawing a deep breath. Victims included East Chicago Roosevelt, 69-130; Nappanee, 57-34; LaPorte, 56-12; and Columbus, 6445. Leader of the Elkhart attack is a 5-B'A senior guard, Jim Swathwood. He's been consistent, loo, canning seven field goals in each of the five games to maintain an 18.4 point average. Joining Swathwood in the starting lineup will be Tom McDowell, 6-0 senior; and Steve Reim, 6-1 junior, at forwards; Jim Lichlenberger, 6-3M; senior at center; and hart's spacious gym, but couldn't find the solution to Larry Cart, who managed to snipe 22 points. Ted Luckenbill, however, limited I/ogan's to five field goals and 11 points. Jones is eager for another crack at the Blue Blazers. So is Carl and both will be in the starting lineup, along with Jim Moss at center; Larry Jones at forward and either Dave Dickerson or Jim Sweet in Cuppy's guard slot. After the Elkhart dale becomes hktory, the Berries next hardwood appearance is scheduled in the Berry Bowl invitational tournament December 28 with Mon- licello, Kokomo and Flora as the other teams. Officials Friday night are Stan Dubis, of East Chicago and Charles Timmons, of Redkey. Whistling the "B" team preliminary will be John Arnold and Dale Siddall. 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