Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1977 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1977
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*>—Tbt Pharos-Tribune. Logansport, Tnd. Saxtoy.OctObM-l.ltT7 Eastbrook Hands Kings Initial MIC Loss BY DAVE KINDER Staff Sports Writer WALTON-Eastbrook ended any Cass hopes of an undefeated Mid Indiana Conference season here Friday night. The Panthers blanked the Kings. 15-6, for the first Cass MIC loss of the year. Eastbrook scored on a couple of long .plays that shouldn't have ever been touchdowns. The first touchdown came with 2:56 left in the first period on a 66 yard punt return by Terry Dillon. Mike Grahan punted the ball for Cass 38 yards and Dillon took It on the Eastbrook 34-yard line. He started to the right and was hit immediately by two Cass players, who threw him around by his jersey, but the 160 pound senior got away and ran to the left side, where he had a wall of blockers. and went untouched for the score. The Panthers lined up to kick the PAT, but the snap went directly to Nathan Paul and he looked for a receiver. He couldn't find one and headed for the goal line. The Eastbrook quarterback was hit hard at the one-yard line, but managed to get the ball over the goal line for the two point conversion. Eastbrook's second touchdown came on a 52-yard pass from Faul to Bob Gregerson. With 6:55 left in Ihe half and the Panthers facing a fourth down and long situation at their own 48-yard line, Faul received a strong rush from the Kings and threw the ball long in desperation. Cass defensive back Mark McDonald came running up to make the interception, but fell down and Gregerson caught the pass and ran unmolested for the score. Faul booted the PAT and gave Eastbrook a 15-0 lead at the half. The Kings dominated the second half, but a heavy rain which started at halftime probably cost Cass .1 chance at the victory. Cass took the second half kickoff and behind the fine running of sophomore Ed Overstreet moved to the Panthers' 17-yard line, but quarterback Ron Eads fumbled the slippery ball and David Bowser fell on it for Eastbrook at the 20-yard line, Dave Segraves ended an Eastbrook drive with an interception and the Kings started moving again. They moved to the 34-yard line of Eastbrook before they were caught holding and then quarterback Tom Wisler was sacked. The Kings ended up quick-kicking on third down from their own 40-yard line. Eastbrook moved the ball to the Cass 28-yard line before Tim Bruner stepped in front of a Faul pass for an interception. Both teams exchanged punts before the Kings started their only scoring drive of the nighO Cass went from its own 41- yard line in seven plays with Mark Guy busting through right tackle for the final 18 yards and the touchdown with two minutes to play. The Kings needed the conversion to stay in the game, but Guy was stopped just inches from the goal on a run off right tackle. Cass tried an onside kick, but it failed and the Panthers ran the last two minutes out for the victory, The difference in the game was the passing of the Panthers and the confidence of their coach. Rick Atkinson, on fourth down plays. Three times the Panthers went for a first down instead of punting on fourth down and it worked every time including once from their own .'J9-yard line. Faul connected on eight of 17 passes for 157 yards compared to only eight yards on one for six •passing by the Kings. Cass outgained the Panthers on the ground by a 187 to ia« yard margin. Overstrecl had the best game of his career by rushing for 99 yards in 15 carries. Mark Guy had 50 yards in eight runs and Mark Chapman 39 yards in 10 carries. Eastbrook lost its top runner. Jodv Quesihberry, early In the first quarter with a knee injury. In the short while he was in the . game he carried five limes for 32 yards and was hurting the Kings with his fine outside running. His replacement, Greg Holloway. led the Panthers with 70 vards in nine carries. Fullback Mark Herring gained and 3-1 in MIC play. The Kings 52 yards in 13 tries. visit Maconaquah in another Cass is now 4-2 for the year conference clash Fridav. Eistbrook Cass Summary 870 0-15 0006-6 SUts EB Ctss First Downs H M Yds Rushing 138 187 Yds Pining 157 9 Total Often* 295 , IK Passes-Comp 174 6-1 Intercepted By 0 2 rumbles-Lost M 2-1 PunU-Avg, W> 3-3J.3 Penaltte-Yds 5-SS 5-55 • Scoring E-Dlllon,«run (Faul run) E-Gregerson, 52 puss from Faul (Fiul kick) C-Guy, IIrun (runfailed) Sale Calendar Oct. 5—Commissioner's (Court House). Angle & Aaron Oct. 5 —Weese Public Auction Jerry Weese Oct. 6—Old Sawmill Auction Col. Paul Couch Oct. 6—Betty Murphy Estate . Angle&Aaron, Oct.- 6—Flo E. Dodt. , :...',.- Carl Johnson Oct. 8—George & Irene Zarrman Leedy Oct. 8—Eusbius J. & Lavine Halsema Vogel Oct. 8—Bog well Auction Room Wendell Kuhn Oct. 8—Don 8 Buello Oswalt Jerry Weese Oct. 8—Luther Helvie Angle 8 Aaron Oct. 1-2—Gordon & Helen Brown Angle & Aaron Oct. 13—Laurence 8 Gladys Rude Angle & Aaron Oct. 1 S—Claude Earl Hendee Est Jerry Weese PUBLIC AUCTION Located at 102 Pearl Street. Royal Center, Indiana, on: Saturday, Oct. 8,1977 at 12:30 PM HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Sofa & chair; studio couch; 2 vinyl base rockers: vinyl recliner; occ. chairs; 2 swlval rockers; 3 pcs. sectional w/2 tables: end tables; coffee table: maple corner shelf: portable B/W T.V.; console radio/record player; 3 pcs. blonde bedrm. suite: 2 bed-side tables; 2 chest of drawers; (-2 bed: metal closet; Hoover sweeper; step stool; pictures; lamps; mirrors; clocks; commode: card table; 2 chrome breakfast tables w/chairs; sm. elec. .appliances; utility cab.; refrigerator; 30 gal. gas water heater; bedding; linens; lawn, furniture; dishes; cooking utensils; and other misc. items. AUTOMOBILE: 1967 Pontiac Catalina, 8 cyl., 2 dr. H.T. w/air cond.runs good. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accidents or items after sold Property of the late FLOE.DODT Carl R. Johnson, Auctioneer Galveston 699-6756 PUBLIC AUCTION 225 West Linden Avenue in Logansport, Jnd. on; Saturday Oct. 8,1977 at 12:00 O'clock 25" Philco Color TV, just serviced; Pr. Walnut Step Tables and Matching Coffee Table; 2 Prs of Lamps, Other Lamps; 3 PC. Older Sectional; Bookcase and Encyclopedias; Pr. End Tables; 3 pc. Bedroom Suite, modern Bookcase Headboard, dresser, less mirror, chest; 6x9 Area Rug; 4 PC, Browntone Dinette Set, Nice; G.E. Refrigerator, freezer top; Other Refrigerator; Imperial 30" Gas Stove, see through oven, nice; 17 fl. Sears Chest Freezer; Maytag Automatic Washer and Gas Dryer; Camel Back Trunk; Window Fan, new motor, other window fan; Commercial Vac; Several small wire cages; Other Misc. Items. TERMS - Cash Not Responsible for Accidents LUTHER L, HELVIE Gene Angle - Larry Aaron Robinson & Kingery Auctioneers-ph. 753-5481 Clerks PUBLIC AUCTION East of North Broadway SUNDAY, MONDAY K morr MERCHANDISE POLICY Our iw» *t»»iny (i it t+rt nttv t***t<t* 'otm Ofl •* M*W. If M MM*|i>* i)M* It «OI tt> pwrtfcM* B>* t« My *>*<*>*)*** «M< M*, K Mttl Wdi nwt I ftlMClUM eft fWOTl t*< Warriors Blast Kankakee DEMOTTE-Winamac had it easy here Friday night. The Warriors scored the first four times they had the ball and routed Kankakee Valley, 38-12, in a Northwest Hoosier Conference game. Dennis Fornal led the Warriors with touchdown runs of five and four yards. Billy Webb had a three yard score, while Steve Prangc plunged one yard for a touchdown and John DeSabatine raced 34 yards for a score. Fornal, Webb and DeSabatine all had conversion runs, while Brad Beach caught a conversion pass. DeSabatine lead the Warriors in rushing with seven carries for 88 yards. Fornal gained 84 yards in 17 tries and Webb carried seven times for 73 yards. Winamac is 5-1 for the year and 3-1 in conference play. The Warriors go to Culver Friday. M 16 8 o-38 6 060-12 Win. Kan Wlnamac SUIs Fint Downs Y* Hurting 16 302 40 342 M 0 1-0 9 131 187 6-5 0 I-l 1-22 6-S1 Total Of (one PMttfrComp Intercepted By Fionbks-Lott Punls-Avg. Peniltw-Yih Scoring W-Wefeb.3niDipasilaned) KV-Lmg, S pu> iron) Kaper (run filM) W-Fomal, S nn < DeSatullne run) W-Prsnp, i ran iFonulrun) W-FonuI, 4 nn (W«M> run) KV-Huftr. 3 ran <nn (alM) W~DtSib»Une, M run (B«adi pan I Wawasee Upends Twin Lakes MONTICELLO-Twin Lakes was beaten by Wawasee here Friday night. The Tiogans fought back through the first half after giving up a 12-point lead in the initial period. Twin Lakes scored In the second quarter on a five-yard run by Mark McClure, but that ended the tallying for the White County team. Greg Williams kicked his seventh PAT or the season. w* TMsUta suu IWdOflSMt U o o t-li 0700-7 TV W«w S 7 • UO 7» 40 01 IH 0 1-1 4-4 1WT.O M4.0 3-S M5 to 5-1 0 • W-JinClon.lVy>rtrMn,(runfiU«li W-1M Kn*. »>ard pw from Dw Aa«m,(niilalM) TL-IUA MeClure, .S-yard ran. (Gret WUUVMkM) W-A»dj Bnwn, )-yanl nm. (ptu UMi More Sports Page 24 tot #29 - Plaza Court Trailer Park Shopping Center in Peru, Indiana Thursday, Oct. 6,1977 at 1:00 PM ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLE^ Antique dresser; Secretary bookcase; Rocker; Claw Foot table; Sewing rocker; Clock shelves; Pedestal; Rocker frame; High chair; Wash stand; picture frames; i pc. Brass flower pot; Shaving mirror; Iron flower stand; % bed; Twin bed; Kerosene lamp; Iron twin bed; Oak library table; Pink, Green and Blue water pitchers; Other Miscellaneous items. . HOUSEHOLD AND MISC. 5 pc. Breakfast set; B & W Admiral console TV; Chest; Buffet; 2 Kitchen chairs; Wall mirrors and other mirrors; Modern 3 drawer chest; Floor lamp; 2 Medicine cabinets; Radio cabinet; Silvertone radio; Wood floor lamp; Wood stool; Other stools; 2 door Wall cabinet; Large clothes basket; Copper tea kettle; Dishes; Cooking utensils; Hand lawn mower; Other Misc. items. TERMS -.Cash Not Responsible for Accidents BETTY L. MURPHY ESTATE Gene Angle - Larry Aaron Robinson & Kingery Auctioneers - (219) 753-5481 Clerks The Farmers & Merchants State Bank Logansport, Indiana Administrator Miller, Tolbert, Hirschauer&WIWman, Attorneys for Estate PUBLIC AUCTION ANTIQUES & HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Saturday, Oct. 8,1977 One O'clock pm Monon, Ind., 1st road West of High School, then 1 te Blk South ANTIQUES—Two Oak dropleaf kitchen tables; Kitchen cabinet w/glass front doors and two flour Bins: Two kitchen cupboards; Two Oak Dressers with mirror: Oak Chest of Drawers; Library Table; Two trunks; Blanket-box; Oak Commode Chair; Two Cedar chests; Oak Washstand- w/towel rack; Some dining Chairs; Some kitchen Chairs; Three Rockers; Railroad Lantern; Oak Regulator wall-clock; Picture frames; Small Library table; Copper-Boiler; Kerosene Lamps; Crocks; Bean Pot; Porcelain Coffee Pot; Some carnival and depression dishes and many other items; . " :• FURNISHINGS-Green Sofa and Chair; Red Sofa & Chair; RCA B&WH TV; Magnus Floor Model chord Oran w/stool; Recliner Chair; Desk & Chair; Bookcase; Dining Room Table, Floor and table lamps; Upholstered chairs; Mirrors and pictures; Sears 18 Ft. Upright Freezer; Sears Kenmore' Gas Range; Sears Coldspot frostless Refrig; Console Sears Sewing Machine; WallClock; Metal utility'cabinets; Many small appliances; Maytag Washer, wringer type; Chest; Electrolux Sweeper; Two beds w/box Springs; Dresser w/mirror; Hamilton Clothes Dryer; Lot of Bedding etc. Refrigerator; 16 ft. Alum Ladder; Hospital Bed; Step Ladders. Misc. small tools; Three wheel Bicycle; Many other numerous articles. Terms Cash Not responsible for accidents EUSBIUS J. AND LAVINE HALSEMA i OWNERS Guardian—Alvin Smith • \ "VOGEL AUCTIONS" Monticello Ph. 219-583-3981 Cobb-Bruce-Philip •, . PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Octobers, 1977 At 10:30 AM Location; North of Logansport on State Road 35 to Co. Rd. SOON, Turn right-first house on right. ANTIQUES ft COLLECTABLES: Cherry Settee rocker Straight Chair; Old Post Cards; Churn; Solid Brass Candlesticks; Wicker Baby Stroller; Wooden Tub Rack; 2 Old Rockers; 3 Carved Back Straight Chairs; Crank Type Wash Machine; Emerson Victrola; Wicker Rocker And Straight Chair; Rattan Table; Childs Folding Rocker;'Baby Cradle; Kraut Cutter; Cream Separator; Lantern; Gas Lantern; Green Depression; Oriental Lamp; Collectors Dolls; Oriental Rug Runner: Straight Razors; Picture Frames: (Round Oak) wood burning cook stove; feather tick mattress; old meat grinder; some Iron stone china (old); old railroad lantern.. HOUSEHOLD: Chrome Dinette w 4 Chairs; Several Straight Chairs; Occasional Chair; 2 Rockers; 2 Card Tables; Folding Chairs; Childs Rocker; Twin Laundry Tubs; Occasional Table; Tea Cart; Radio Cabinet; Dressing'Table w/stool; Childs Dressing Table w/Chair: 5 Stools; Chest Of Drawers; Clothes Rack; 2 Headboards; Credenza; Small Credenza; Boudoir Chair; Bookshelves; Books: 4 Drawer Chest': 2 Vanity Stools; Silverware; 2 Old Electric Fans; Footstool; 2 TV Stands: Library Table: Childs Record Player; Magazine Rack; House Plants: Baby Stroller; Toys: Games: Treadle Sewing Machine; Oval Braided Rug; Irons; Coffee Pots: Can Opener; Glasses: Dishes; Pots; Pans: 2 Ironing Boards: \Small Table Lamps; ' Floor Lamp; Old -"4 wooden bed: curtains and drapery rods; stove board; step end table: :1 4 mattress & box springs. TOOLS* MISCELLANEOUS: 12 Ft. Swimming Pool w/Filter 4 Ladder (needs Lhwn: Doors; 64,000 BTULP Gas Wall Furnace; Furnace ,•.._* & Ductwork; Power Reel-Type Lawn Mower: Wooden Folding Screen; Lavatory; Storm Windows; Other Windows; Miscellaneous Hand Tools;' Double' Sink;" ~ Heaters; 275 Gal Oil Tank: Like new sliding window screens; ' milk pasturlzer; deep sea fishing reel; stove pine; baby bottle sterilizer; storm windows; 7 ft, Christmas ine with stand; hall ; tree;'water skis: electric coffee urn with creamer & sugar. OtherltemsTooNumerousToMention. •' ' DON &BUELLA OSWALT - LUNCHSERVED Terms: Cash Day of Sale Not Responsible For Accidents Or Items After Sold, Auctioneer: Jerry J. Weese Clerk: Brock Court ice R.R.1 , Cashier: Pat Weese Royal Center, Ind. Phone (219) 643-3265 OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 11-6 THE SAVING POPULAR PANTS Our Rtfl. 3.96 Smartly tailored pull- on fashion pantrof always-fresh polyester In a rainbow of colors. IWfifibut Batteries POCKET CALCULATOR LINED JACKETS Our Reg. Our Reg. 10.96 2D.y*l 8-digit model with memory. Floating decimal, percentage key. Case. Save at Kmart. Our Reg. 13.96 Mini Pocket Deluxe Calculator. .......... 10.97 Men's Lightweight Flannel lined jackets. Assorted colors and 8-OZ,' SAUSAGE WYLIR'S LEMONADE MIX SAVE! BABY SHAMPOO K-M ART COFFEE FILTERS OurKtg. K-MART VACUUM BAGS Tasty, fully-cooked beef-, and-pork Polish sausage. Packed in vinegar pickle. Disposable^ vacuum cleaner boos for most sweepers. OMI/tflMI/ I$H TOWEL ^v Photo v^ v> Greettfiy Available in 3<4K5" Trim Lin* or 3^x7" Slim Unt Cards 25 cards and 48 MASSENCILL DOUCHE 9V2" POTTED MUMS Two Complete Units CHOICE Foil Colors. Limited Quantity. Our Reg. 0.04 1.22 OO Woven cotton: 16x27". Our«7«.13" Dishcloth 47* /•- envelopes %r SO cards and envelopes ...11.94 Personal Christmas greetings from print, negative or slide. Order by Dae. 5 To Be Re»dy By ChrlslmM CLAMP-ON WORK LIGHT Our 57 *•» Only * \ 11", clamp-on reflector worJc iiahi. 4) JL HUNTING SHIRT ..,. 788 Wee f, „ Warm shirt, in bold plaids, for outdoors. Men's S-XL OIL FILTERS Ourfttfl. 1J4 Spin-on or ctrtrwge type* for most American can. •LADE OR REFILLS 0***- §33 'YourCMMto* ! refills for "• and fontgn oar*. 1 Wiper Made or 2 rente for EASTGA7E PLAZA I l>

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