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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 12, 1958
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PAGE TEN THE PHAROS-TKIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 1Z, 19S8 GRIDDERS EDGE SOUTH 15 TO if, as, rallied the South forces in the waning moments but the heavier North defenders halted the charge on their two. Atkins went in for O the field goal attempt but his kick sliced to the right. Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan State back, put the North in the lead with a two-yard plunge in the first i quarter. The rugged Big Ten MOBILE. Ala. VPi—Big Rod Han-j star was hurt or the play and saw son of Illinois blocked a South! little service the rest of the way. Pjnt out of '-he end zone and gave! Mike Sommer, George Washing- the North a bi'.tcrly contested 15- ton speedsters, set up the touch- 13 football victory over the Rebels down by returning a punt-47 yards in the ninth annual Senior Bowl before Brown knokked him out of Saturday. bojnds or. the South 11. An attempted field goal by full-; Jack Simpson, 200-pound Missis- fullback Biily Atkins oE Auburn's: sipi guard, intercepted a pass by national championship team fail- North quarterback Jim Ninowski ed in '.he last 15 seconds. of Michigan State and ran it back Ray Brown, hero of Mississip-|53 yards to the North one late pi's Sugar Bowl victory over Tex-'in the half. George Walker of Though shadows may fall, the light ever abides John W. Fisher . Funeral Director Shadows fall, but the light itself endures, Eternal, too, is the light of the spirit, shining brightly forevermore. Each funeral should express this faith. Lady Attendant Mary E. (Kcsling) Fisher AMBULANCE SERVICE Fasher Funeral Home 303 West Market Phone 3608 Arkansas carried over a keeper. Brown also carried over from the one on another keep play for the South's other touchdow•• in the ^ third quarter following a 22-yard I drive. The touchdown was set up i on a recovered fumble by Don ' Healey of Maryland. . The North's winning touchdown | in the fourth quarter came on a 45-yard drive with Larry Krutko carrying over from the two. Jim Shanley of Oregon, playing in the place of the injured Kowalczyck picked up is yards of the drive on a wide sweep to get <o the 5, North 620 7—15 South 076 0-13 North scoring — Touchdowns: Kowalczyk (2, plunges), Kurtko (2, plunge). Safety: Hanson (blocked Atkins' punt out of end zone). Conversion( Kramer. South scoring — Touchdowns: Walker (1, plunge), Brown. (1, plunge). Conversion: Atkins. Bowling NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Keitzer Drive-In 38 13 Boliei & Farrer 35"/4 15% Greensfelders 32 19 Muehlhausen No. " 27 24 Muehihausen No. 3 25 26 Smokehouse 24 27 Baileys 23 28 Barnes Construction 23 28 Logan Lumber 21 30 Muehihausen No. 4 20 31 Wolf Coal 19 32 Producer's Market 18V4 32!£ Three games were won by Barnes and Muehihausen No. 4; two games by Bollei & Farrer, Muehihausen Xo. 2, Greoasfelders and Wolf.Coal. 550 Series — F. Pursch 530, K. TTS Tings you the ROIL OUT THE CARPET HERE COMES THE PARADE! Meet The Cass County Coach High School Basketball FRIDAY SCORES Elkhart 67, South Bend Washington 61 Henry County To u rncy I Lewisville 67, Mooreland 47 , Straughn 49, Spiceland 48 * Lewisville 52, Straughn 50 (final) (Seventh of a series of weekly features recognizing Cass county athletic coaches.) Ever play four tournament basketball games in a single day, including one marathon that lasted overtimes? New Waverly's new coach did just that, so naturally, the event remains vividly n his mind. I Ted Beckiey, playing with the', Southeast Signal School team atj Fort Gordon, Ga., recalls the strenuous schedule of games, beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing at 2 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. under the dou- !e elimination arrangement. The former Walton athlete likes a remember the semi-fina: en-i counter in this tourney. That wasl the time Ted pumped in 36 points, i service and it was during his army including the deciding field goa!J n ; tch anci continued association to end the sudden death affair. | ard participation in athletics that His learn had lost an early balll he decided he'd like to try coach- game and was forced into the: ing youns sportsmen, losers' bracket to overtake the pre- viou.slv unbeaten leaders. Indpls, Broad Ripple 61, Indpls. Manual 45 Frankfort 64, New Castle 60 Southport 59, Connersviile 53 Rochester 77, Knox 48 Versailles 56, Moores Hill 43 Franklin 70, North Vernon 43 Indpis. Cathedral 63, Marion Bennett 32 Crawfordsville 74, Indpls. Washington 62 Scottsburg 61, Madison 49 Peru -55, Tipton 46 Vincennes 68, Washington 52 Michigan City 89, Goshen SO Kokomo 87, Logansport 76 GreencastJe 71, Sullivan 62 Seymour 66, Salem 54 Anderson 66, Indpls. Tech 64 Fort Wayne Catholic 5.5, Fort Wayne Concordia 53 Silver Creek 49, Indpls. Sacred Heart 45 Indpls. Scecina 70, Lebanon 63 Mooresville 57, Franklin Twp. 54 Terre Haute Garfield 64, Indpls. Howe 50 Terre Haute Wiley M. Brazil 49 Richmond 32, Marion 50 Milan 50. Liberty 37 Nappanee 57, Plymouth 55 (3 overtimes) Columbus 89. Greensburg 52 Elwood 30. Huntington 63 South Bend Central 67, La Porte 47 Middlebury 59. Millersburg 37 Winamac 61, Hensselaer 40 Akron 65, Ta'.rr.a 61 Grovertown 53, Walkerton 53 Culver 51, Bremen 50 Valparaiso 61, Gary Froebel 56 Fort Wayne South 63, Fort Wayne North 29 Medaryville 67, Hamlet 33 Aubbeenaubbee Twp. 7:;. Fulton 62 Monterey 43, Francosville 44 Kankakt'e Vall c y Tourney Mount Ayr 53, Tefft 45 Morocco 50, Fair Oaks 48 Muncle Central 58, Lafayette 57 ! West Lafayette 63, Delphi 49 Read the Classified Ads Enduring Beckiey played baseball and basketball at Mannheim, Germany, and even took a crack at football. The cage squad at Mannheim inci- jntally, reached the finals of the vision tournament. He's making his coaching debut and Leonard "" "Swed": Ulis season at New Waverly high ; school and teaching history, ge- Tetl matriculated at Wittenberg! ography, health and safety in ad- college in Springfield. Ohio. grad-! dltlon to physical education, uating in 1955 with a bachelor of j Beckiey married Sonja Hoekman, arts degree in public speaking and I of Pontiac. Mich., in his senior economics. " jyear at Wittenberg, culminating The big fellow Ihen entered theia campus romance. Beckiey enjoyed l-.is senior yearj. at Walton when !he Warriors com-|; piled an 18-5 record. And he con-!' siders himself extremely fortunate:, to have been tutored by two such, able hardwood strategists as Dan^ Ba'.lard Peterson 569, C. Rodgers 566, L. Handschu 564, D. Logan 561, W. Mollencup 564, C. Quillen 556, S. : Kalb, S, Shanks 551. 200 Games — A. Burrough 220, R. Rohrabaugh 208, J. Alberts 200, 3 ursch 225-220, Mollencup 204, D. an 201, J. Burkhart 207, J. i Swank 204, G. Boots 202, D. Hess 210. Quillen 224, R. Gallaway 205, I. Hammon 201. Shanks 209, Handschu 214, Peterson 200, P. Sliideler 201, P. Davis 214. LOWEST TEMPERATURE Lowest official temperature ever DEVELOPED THEORY Cybernetics is the science of recorded in continental United i control mechanisms. This theory, Slates was at Rogers Pass, Mont.,.'developed by Dr. Norbert Wiener, in 1954, with a reading of 70 de- : relates to communication and con- grees below zero. I trol in man and machine. GIT MORE DOLLARS |QR YOUR OLD SET DURING THIS SPECIAL SALE! FOUR HIGH-FASHION FINISHES! Tho longporl. RCA Vielor TV eor-sola wi.'h Supar «t feotures. 262 iq. in. viewable p'cturs. "One-Touch" on-off conlrol. Mahog- y-, f<nish«t. Olhei 21TS42. 27 29 31 33 33 37 •46 51 SPORTSMAN LEAGUE W L Kain Motors SOVz I7'.i Billing Plumbing 43 25 Dean's Milk 43 Ross Reid Roofers 41 Bennett Furniture 39 Maroney Poultry 37 T & T Bar 35 Jones Auto 35 Gossard 31 Muehihausen No. 6 22 Routt - Walton • 17 Klein's Market 15'/4 52',4 Four points were won by Kains and Bennett's: three points by Gossard. Maror.ey, T & T and Ross Reid. 550 Series — L. Handsehu 567. 0. iS'eumann 579, E. Raber 599, E. Schmaltz 556. 200 Games — J. Steinman 212. Handsehu 214, Neumann 252, R. Corso 230, R. Chapman 211, P. Beltemacchi 202, Raber 224, R. White 214. DELUXS EXTRA FEATURE! Tho Sobbiik RCA Victnr TV Doljxi conjoin *lth 262 »q. In. viawablo plcn.ro. 3-tpouhor Panoramic Sou-id. Poworful Doluxo ehaivi, Phcno-joclc and tana ccnlrol. MahoBony-, walnut-grained finiihat. Other finijha* extra. 21D852. ROLLS AROUND! The lanr/i.'on. RCA Viclor "Glide-Along" TV cor- lo'e w.th casteri. 262 jq. in. viewable picture. Improved Ba'orced Fidelity FM Sound. 2 finishes, 2'.T840. SWIVELSI Th. Cooosr. RCA Vidsr "Ton'i-Tiiri," i-ivcl TV conioh. 262 iq. ii. viewable pictjre. Imor Balan;»d Fidelity FM Saund. 2 finiihoi. 21TS39. Ati oboLtl tin 8CA FcKtvtf 5«rv/e« Canfrtjef •xtluinroly for RCA Victor i«r owaen. NOW 8S THE TIME TO BUY AND SAVE mmws BARGAIN V Third Phone 2821 CITY LEAGUE W 35 34 34 26 12 12 L IB 17 17 25 39 39 Shanks Oilers Rehtn's Clothiers Lowe's Roofing Muehihausen Hawkins Stockyards Bowlmor Three games were won by Lowe's over Mueh'hausen; two games were won by Shanks Oilers and Bowirr.or. 600 Series—I. Burrough 626 (242, 193,191). 550 Series—D. Pollitt 591, H. Smith 570, A. Brinkruff 582, J. Erickson 559, R. Hoiloway 568. 200 Games—G. Scagnoli 205, E. Raber 208, D. Pollitt 202, J. Insley 202, H. Smith 213, A. Brinkruff 214, L. Handsehu 205 and 204, R. Hoi- loway 222. DRIVE SAFEL USE YOUR HEAD. Thi s slogan "Use Your Head or You'll Be Dead"—is the grim reminder to drive safely. The slogan and the illustration will be used by the Marine Corps League in a state-wide effort to improve traffic safety on highways. (Pd. Adv.) SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK MER-DEL tCE CREAM Chocolate MarshmaSIow ™ 69c Strawberry See Cream ^T 89c June in January Favorite EBERTS' DRUG CO. T830 East Broadway Phone 3854 IT PAYS TO SAVE I ~ SAVING PAYS ANY AMOUNT WILL OPEN AN ACCOUNT It's easy to start o savings account here. No red tape involved. Come in anytime. You'll receive greater earnings on your savings at our high dividends. All savings are insured up to $10,000 LOGANSPORT BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. SAVINGS INSURED State Theatre Bldg. Phone 2741 MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY All Work Guaranteed Call 2394 For Transportation to our office. Biiiman Monument Co 1137 Pleasant Hill AT MAIN ENTRANCE OF MT. HOPE CEMETERY GET YOUR TRUSS HERE AT HOME! . . . from someone you know, someone who's her* every day of the year — to service what you've bought, to make sure it still controls. After all, we're truss experts, too, and WE'RE not itinerant —our appliance department, just like our prescription department, is a full time, alwayl available service. Our trusses, too — OTC PROFESSIONAL TRUSSES— are made by experts . . . experts who've been manufacturing body appliances for more than sixty years. Wear OTC, expertb' fitted, with full confidenca fora Complete PROFESSIONAL f tiny Ser/ice^ BUSJAHIN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth Ph. 3774 HOMEMADE ITALIAN SAUSAGE 50 LBS. POTATOES 4 DOZ. ORANGES 98c 99c 3 DOZ. TANGERINES $1.00 All variety of Italian Macaroni 17th STREET FRUIT MARKET 17th & Erie Ave. Plenty Free Parking Space Phone 4258 Chiropractor Cites Method of Keeping Fit Chiropractic adjustments will'lion, investigation and tiral. release the vital nerve forces'Every man. woman and child that are required to keep your f Ol ' ld re f ze t ^ s tremendous healtn value that occurs bv resistance up to par. You have keepin ,, ;he sp ; ne in norma | within you all the resisting pow-! condition. Disease is lack or er you need but that power is excess of function in any part of no service to you so long as.of the body. All body function it does not reach every part,is controlled by mental im- of your body. i pulses from the brain. As long as there is nerve im-,'Therefore, the cause of disease pingement the flow of vital must be interference with the force to the various organs will; line of comur,ica'.:o:i between be interrupted. Chiropractic is : the brain and the diseased part, a natural method by which to It necessarily follows that the keep strong and healthy. Thou- only permanent way to do away sands of individuals have been.with tiie disease is lo adjust restored to robust health and its cause and thus restore the vigorus activity by tiie applica- communication. Chiropractors tion of .its principles, achieve-1 do this by adjusting the ver- ment in restoring sick people tebral misplacements that cause to health merits your considera- the obstruction. 4455 Q - I D • j.- ronicle rrmting qUALITY PRINTING

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