Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 29, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 29, 1957
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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and IXKJANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA . SUNDAY, DECEMBER », 1SST. Cage Results TOURNEY AT KNOX North Judson 59, Winamac 50 Rochester 56, Knox 38 Winamac 66, Knox 33 (Consolation) Rochester 67, North Judson 52 (Final) KNOX—Rochester's Zebras, led by hot shooting Harold Howard ran off with the local holiday invitational basketball crown here Friday night, beating the North Judson Bluejays in the final game PER YEAR the most of your savings. . , . make them earn more for you. When you save here, your dollars work harder . . . give you a bigger return. Open a savings account with u* . . . save regularly . . and tee how it pays! Save safely! Here, your savings are insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S. government. LOGANSPORT BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. SAVINGS INSURED State Theatre Bldg. Phone 2741 Attention, Farmers! Here are the Inventory Closing dates for Farm Bureau Co-Op Branches. TWELVE MILE ELEVATOR Wednesday, Jan. 1st ALL OTHER BRANCHES Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st IT'S NO SECRET more people are having their PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S because they have learned: 1—We are as accurate as a college degree indicates— 2—WB are as reasonable as is legally possible. We'll take a little—you keep the rest BE SMART - Take Your Prescription to Busjahn's Drug Store 308 Fourth Street Phone 3774 67-52. Howard pumped home 31 points in that final clash and it was too much for Judson. . North Judson had advanced by beating Winamac in the afternoon 59-50 while Rochester halted the host Knox Indians 56-38 as Howard popped 18 points for the Zebras. Winamac then won the consolation tilt 66 to 53_ as Bob March poured in 28 points. March and Howard of Rochester wound up tied for tourney scoring honors with 49 points each for the day. North Judson—Bogash 10, Podell 18, Minick 19, Arnett 6, H. Tolson 2, Lewandowski 4. Winamac— Alexander 0, Dunlop 10, Heinsen 4, Mangold 3, March 21, Heeler 2. Rochester—Howard 18, Coplen 10, Conrad 10, Fansler 6, Cloud 2. McMUlen 5, Dubois 2, Knauff 3. Knox—Bales 3, Chizum 12, Chamness 5, Drews 4, Eggert 1, Singleton, 8, Smith 5. Winamac—Alexander 3, Dunlop 6. Mangold 14, Heinsen 2, March 28, Depoy 3. Knox—Bales 9, Chiz- ura 5, Chamness 2, Drews 4, Singleton 15, Eggert 5, Byers 3. Rochester — Howard 31, Coplen 16, Conrad 6, Fansler 8, McConkey 2, Knauff 4. North Judson—Bogash 6, Tolson 12, Podell 7, Minick 9, Arnett 3, Lewandowski 2, H.. Tolson 2, Rudd 1. ROYAL TRUCKERS WIN The Royal Center Truckers de feated the National Guard netters in a game at the Armory on Thursday night 60-67 after the score was tied 36-all at halftime. Charles Bailey led the winners with 27 and Willing added 21 points . Patty and Kraning each had 14 to pace the Guards. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FRIDAY SCORES Bluffton Tourney Bluffton 72, Portland 43 Decatur 59, Peru 49 Garrett Tourney Garrett 81, Angola 49 Fremont 41, Butler 31 North Manchester Tourney Pierceton 72, South Whitley 57 North Manchester 76, Noble Twp. 56 South Bend Tourney Riley 57, .Washington 45 St. Joseph 57, Adams 33 Plymouth Tourney Nappanee 39, Bremen 35 Plymouth 60, Warsaw 36 Knox Tourney North Judson 59, Winamac 50 Rochester 56, Knox 38 Winamac 66, Knox 53 (consolation) Rochester 67, North Judson 52 (final) Medaryville Tourney Wheatfield 69, Chalmers 46 Medaryville 79, Fair Oaks 59 Tyner Tourney Grovertown 55, West 45 Etna Green 55, Tyner 33 Wolcott Tourney Wolcott 64, Monon 53 Royal Center 72, Morocco 46 Kentland Tourney Fowler 52, Goodland 50 Brook 67, Kentland 59 South Porter Co. Tourney Hebron 57, Boone Grove 34 Kouts 58, Morgan Twp. 41 Vincennes Tourney Vincennes 59, Mitchel 27 Bloomington 67, Hammond Tech 50 Huntingdon Tourney Fort Wayne Concordia 67, Wabash 49 Fort Wayne North 47, Huntington 37 -Lafayette Tonmey South Bend. Central 59, Elwood 53 VolsWin Gotor Tilt JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (ff>—Bobby Gordon ran and passed Tennessee into scoring range and Sammy Burklow kicked a field goal to give the Vols a 3-0 victory over Texas A&M in the -Gator equipment and temperament to | what he said probably was his Bowl football Just when game Saturday, the fans had -decided the bruising defensive bat- Lafayette 79, Fort Wayne Cath-'tle would end in a scoreless tie, olic 63 Dillsboro Tourn e y Vevay 49,' Milan 39 Dillsboro 64, Batesville 46 Princeton Tourney Winslow 69, Washington 67 Huntingburg 63, Princeton 47 Elkhart Tourney Fort Wayne Central. 73, Mishawaka 61 Elkhart 63, Seymour 59 Michigan City Tnurney Michigan City 48, Hammond 42 (consolation) East Chicago Roosevelt 64, La Porte 49 (final) the brilliant Tennessee tailback took the Vols on a march to the A&M 1. On fourth down, Burklow trotted in and arched his kick be- Trade Klu For Fondy CINCINNATI Wl— The Cincinnati Redlegs Saturday traded off their famed but ailing slugger, Ted Kluszewski, to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Dee Fondy. It was an even deal, said Gabe Paul, general manager of the Reds, and he added that the Pirates were taking the chance on Kluszewski's condition. In 1956, Kluszewski came up with an ailing back. That was at- take the big trophy back to the United States — and ir. the very near future. "With a little more experience he should be the world's best," said Pancho Gonzales, the pro champion, after watching Mackay Wast Australia's Ashley Cooper into submission in the final singles of the Davis Cup chal- enge round Saturday. "I think he is better than both Mai Anderson and Cooper," said Gonzales, of Los Angeles. With The Davis Cup already clinched by Australia on the basis of two opening day singles. vie- last Davis Cup match after nearly a decade of campaigning, outlasted 22-year-old Anderson, holder of the U. S. championship and two Australian state titles, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 0-6, 13-1/1. Then Mackay, thrilling a sellout 20,500 gallery with his crackling services downed Cooper, the Wimbledon and Forest Hills run- nerup, 6-4, 1-6, 4-«, 6-4, 6-3. Read the Classified Ads IRISH PEAT Ireland's deep, rich beds of peat are made up of decaying grass, rush and moss. Wielding a spade- like slane, a single digger can cut some 8,000 pounds of soggy turf a day, but his harvest shrinks to 300 pounds when dried. New York City had its beginning as a major transatlantic shipping center on Dec. 28, 1847, with the arrival of the steamship Hibernia from Great Briatin. i,iun,tii in cxuu. aLwicu. ma rvitiv i^:-. ,. _—_,-, . ,. tween the uprights with 5y 2 min-i tones and Friday's doubles utes left. The ball was booted from the seven and had to travel 17 since the goal posts are 10 yards behind the goal line. It was the first field goal Tennessee had attempted all season Burklow, however, had made good on 15 of 17 conversion attempts during the regular season. The Tennssee drive started at the 50 and Gordon ran or passed on every play until he got to the 1. Twice previously the Vols, a slight underdog at kickoff, had powered deep into Texas Aggie territory only to have their drives stopped at the 14 and the 27 by fumbles. For three quarters, the big A&M line and the light, fast Tennessee forewall kept the powerful backs of the two defensive specialists pretty well corralled except for a long, dazzling punt return by Gordon. Early in the opening period, Gordon took a kick on his 18 and raced 82 yards into the end zone but the apparent touchdown was ter he had hit 49 home runs in wiped out by a clipping penalty 1954, 47 in 1955 and 35 in 1956.! at the Aggie 35 which set the His ailment has been called a '• Vols back to midfield. slipped disc but there have been i All America halfback John Crow, off-and-on statements as to wheth-1 a plunging, fighting runner, was er he would have an operation! the Aggies' bread-and-butter man, for the ailment. ii us !:. as he . was a11 sea s°n. But he, Last season he saw only limited action with George Crowe filling on most of the time at first base. Kluszewski hit .268 in 69 games. He had 6 home runs and 21 runs batted in. Fondy hit .313 for the Pirates in 113 games. He hit 2 home runs and drove in 37 runs. Paul merely said, "The Red- legs today have traded Ted Kluszewski to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Dee Fondy." Later Paul said he believed Kluszewski might be an improved ball player for Pittsburgh "because of the challenge." Kluszewski, a native of Argo, 111., was an outstanding football star at Indiana University. He played nine games with the Reds in 1947 and then became a full time operator in 1948. His batting hitting year was when he hit .354. Redlegs paid him $40,000. best 1954 Last year the an estimated , Orient Lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M. and Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Public installation of officers Monday, December 30th, at 7:30 p.m. Lodge will be opened at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments after meeting. CLETUS C. F1TZ, W. M. OWEN L. SHANTEAU, W. M. 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I£ body is injured — cut or burned — we all know the inside force will mend the injury. We know inside forces also convert food into living flesh thru process of digestion, absorption, circulation, assimilation. We know temperature of body is maintained at normal, regardless of frequency with which temperature of air is changed. Yet, when, a person is sick and this process of adaptation does not occur, we have been educated to look for cause of lack of function OUTSIDE of body. However, we know the only difference must be explained in terms of life —of an INSIDE power that ! intelligently adapts living organism to change of tempera- I ture. Chiropractors realize that Innate Intelligence is the "power within" which expresses itself through physical functions, mental faculties, and spiritual nature of man. Roddy Osborne and Loy'd Taylor simply couldn't 'crash the swift, agile and Vol line consistently. The. deepest Aggie penetrations came in the second quarter when twice A&M reached the Tennessee 35. On the first drive, Crow was stopped about two inches short of a first down. The next time, the Aggie star was tackled so hard the ball squirted loose and fullback Carl Smith recovered for Tennessee. Gordon, who gained 6f yards in 32 carries, and Crow, who picked up 46 in 14 runs, were voted their teams' most valuable players in a press box poll_ This was the final A&M game for Coach Paul Bryant, who goes to Alabama next year. The victory was Tennessee's fourth in a bowl in n appearances. Texas A&M 000 0—0 Tennessee o 0 0 3 3 Tennessee scoring—Field goal, Burklow (7). Mackay Is Yank Star MELBOURNE, Sunday W— Australia still has the Davis Cup, but the most exciting personality in tennis today is not an Australian but a big lumbering youth from Dayton, Ohio, who is a member of the American team which barely missed. 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