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Tuesday Evening, May 28, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fificet Service Club Will Honor LHS Athletes Wednesday Big 10 Commissioner To Be Main Speaker Seven "Most Valuable Player" Trophies fo Be Awarded at Second All-Sports Dinner at K. ofC. HalJ. Letter winners ol.seven Logansport high school athletic teams will be honored at the second annual all-sports recognition dinner at 6:30 o'clock V/ednesday night in the Knights of Columbus hall. Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson, commissioner of athletics for the Big Ten conference, will deliver the featured address at this banquet, sponsored jointly by seven Logansport service clubs. Athletes voted as "the most val uable players" by secret ballot of their teammates will receive trophies from the coach of their respective sports. Presenting these awards will be: Harvey Roberts, football; Keith Showaltcr, basketball; Fred Kinder, cross country and Irack; Rex Hunter, baseball; Robert Sum, ten nis; and Harold Jamison, golf. Tom Medland will serve as loasl- masler for the program, which was announced today by James Bishop, all-sporls banquet general chairman. The Rev. Donald Vernon of the St. Joseph Catholic church will give the invocation and the Rev. Harry Ifashberger will offer Ihe benediction. James Menlzer will provide organ dinner music. Three-Sport Man Wilson, u three-sport star In football, baskelba'l and track al Ihe University of Illinois, became Big Ten commissioner in 1!J44, succeeding the late Major John L. Griffith. Ife formerly served us alhletic director al Norlhcwoslern university for 20 years, before leaving that post for the conference position. The speaker was elecled pre«i- dcnt of the United States Olympic association In 1953 and served in that capacity during Ihe recent Olympic games conducted iasl November in Australia. Wilson will speak on, the subjects of Iho Olympic games and the flig Ten's recently approved jiuMo-ulhleli'H program. Tho dinner was originated Iasl yoar as a joint service..club project in order thai varsity letter' inon of all high school alhlelie team-H receive equal recognllion. The planning cotnmlUei! includes the following members: William Wilson and Karl Drosler, Holary; John Slrey and Jlrn liltihop, Lions; Jim Smllh, Junior Chamber of Commerce; Del. Moon, Kxchnnge; Jiolty Jewell and Mary Kay Buchanan, Allruna; Richard Jensoti and Forest Shook, Opllrril/il; William Sludcbaker and Harold llodln- *on, Kiwani«; and Keith Khownllcr, city schools. NCC Stars to Race Northern Loop Stars In Annual Track Meet FORT WAYNK flfl'i—Five individual high .'school (rack and field champions and Fort Wayne North's crack mile relay loam •were iilaled lo compote today In the annual meel pitling the best of tile North Ceidral Conference agalusl the (.tarn of Uie Northern Indiana High School ConlcrenCc. This wan lo he the fourth meeting between the two powerful con- foroncHi. Tin: iwfiz, 1053, and IOS4 meets were held al Kokomo. Tile latil Iwo meets were slnled lo hfc held here, bul bolli were ruined cul. The five Individual champions, all of whom won lltlu.i In the stale jneel Salurday, wore; Hill Sallerfi.-ld of Richmond, who won llin 220-yard dn.'ih In 22.1; Frank Gelid of slain champion Foil Wayne North, • wlfo (.'i»|>|>ed the half-mile run In I:MM; Tom Heiforl of North, who limited the «bol ?A feet 4'/j liK'hiM; John Jtonchulll of Mlshuwiikii, winner of Uie 120-yard high hurdles In :IS; and Leroy .i'ohnsoii of Mishawoka, who shared UH- l>n>ad jump al * feol I'/n Inchon. Ninth's mile relay team won the stale Illle la the fuftl tlnii; of ;t;23, All hut Sullorfleld arc members Major League Standings National League Cincinnati Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia SI, Louis ' New York Chicago Pittsburgh W. 25 21 20 19 16 15 11 Pet. .676 .636 .588 .559 .471 .429 .344 11V4- .273 14 Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Philadelphia at New York fnight)—Sanford '5-1) vs Antonel- 11 (3-5). Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (night)— Newcombe (4-3) vs Friend (3-4). Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night) —Gross (4-0) vs Spahn (4-2). Chicago at St. Louis (night) — Drabowsky (2-3) vs Jackson (5-1). Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at New York Brooklyn at Pittsburgh Chicago at Milwaukee (Only games scheduled.) American Chicago New York Cleveland Boston Detroit Kantian City Baltimore Washlnglim W. 22 21. 20 1!) 18 n 13 12 Pel. .(11)8 .(lilt .5811 .514 .500 .472 .371 10 .300 14 Gli Tut'HiIoy'H Probable Pitchers Kansas City at Chicago — Coleman (0-3) vs Fischer (2-1). Cleveland at Detroit — Mossl (1-0) or I'ituln (0-0) vs lloeft (1-0) Nuw York at Uiuilon — Lursen '2-U or Turley (1-0) vs Brewer (0-2). (Only giimcs scheduled.) WiMJiiendity'i* Gumeit Cleveland ul Chicago KnimiiM City at Detroit New York ul Washington Baltimore at Amerloiui AiWHM:faUon W. L. I'd. Wicblla 2o \'i ,(1114 Minneapolis 2(1 IS .(134 SI. I'aul ,22 M .(III ImliatmiX)!!" 20 20 .MX) Omaha 1(1 20 .4117 Denver 10 III .4i»7 CharlmUm lit 24 .442 Louhivllle V 31. .KM Monday's JteniilU Omaha 7 Charleston I Wichita II Mliimwpollji 2 SI. I'aul 17 liiidlanii'iiollH 4 Denver 12 Louisville 7 Today's Giuneu Denver at Omaha Minneapolis al SI. Caul Loiiliivllle al Indianapolis ChnrliHtUin al Wildhlla College Star Fails In Jump to Majors DKTHOIT (UP) — I look In Don son of former Chicago While "500" Festival May Attract 150,000 Fans INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP) '— Auto racing fans and tourists coming here lot the 500-mile Memorial Day classic ' can look forward to parades, dances,, entertainment^and skyrocketing prices. Indianapolis will stage its first annual "500" festival pageant on the eve of the race. The festival will include a two-hour parade of bands, horses, marchers and "i floats. The floats will carry girls displaying curves of a' different type than the famed turns at the "Brickyard." And after the parade is over, the dancing will begin. There will be the "500" Invitational Ball. Dancing to the music of Woody Herman will cost 500 favored couples $10 a couple. The invitations said "dress will be optional" for the bull. But the costumes at the big shindig on the Circle will be gaudy. The festival committee expects almost 1,000 experienced square dancers to cavort. Others arc expected to join In the activities around the Monument, But if you don't bring your own dwelling it will cost Lo find lodging after I/he dunce is over. To gel a hotel room the lodger j has to pay three days rent, usilalily ' in advance. Prices start at MO. And they go up. Motels have the same three-day package deal and prices ore doubled. Indianapolis inn-keepers, feeders and onlerlainers will Inks advantage of the onc-duy show which Klvc.s them their bluest "day" of the year, More than 150,000 persons are expected to altoml the festival, Robert A. Jenkins, representing the Indianapolis Hotel Assn., defended the rnlc-'hihiinii. Ho said sales persons and conventions slay away from Indianapolis around race time — "11 causes normal hold reservation conllmilty lo be broken"— and "nil we HIM! trying to do Is protect oui'solvcfl." Rooms wllir liwln beds Kimonilly were sold out weekn liuforu tin nice. liul. ./onkiiiH mild a npol check .showed only four Im'e were Hold wit by 11 wouk hoForii UK; Dice, Jenkins said fn<llnaaj>olla lias "hurifliiln hoiul ratwi" In comparison to hoti'ils In Uml.Hvllle during ICwitucky Derby, New Orluaim TROPHIES TO BE AWARDED AT BANQUET LHS Bows to Marion; Strand 12 Base Runners The Berries stranded 12 base runners Monday at Riverside park and saw their hopes for a North Centra} conference baseball pennant substantially dimmed. Marion welcomed the Logansport failure i notch a 7 to 1 in the clutch to triumph and claim Star alhlelcs »f seven LoKumqiorl high school sports squads will receive Ihese coveted "Most Valuable Player" trophies at Wednesday'! nil-sports banquet nl ihe K. nf C. hull. James Bishop, general chairman, IM shown displaying the i (Pharos-Tribune Plioto-EnKrnvlnK.) Redlegs Finally Lick Milwaukee Jinx, 11-6 The Cincinnati Redlcgs demonstrated first hand lo Uie Milwaukee firflves lodity what ll's like lo iiuve a powder Iceg go off under Lh«m. Healen six HLrnlgJil limes by Uie Braves and hold to a learn but- Ung mark of by Mllwaukco diw'lng Hit! Mmlrl flras and Mlnm.l during t!ie Oran*{<! liowl football game, Sox hiirlitr lornl/in Lee, failed In hln bid lo make the big Jump from a college eaiii|iiin lo lii,. major leagues In Insn llian a year. Lee, who was (jlli'lilng for Ihe University of Ai'l'/.ona less llian a year ago 1 , was optioned lo Illrinlng- liiini, Ala,, of the Southern Amio- ciallon Monday by the Delroil. Tlgors, The move wan made l,o get the. Tigers down lit Hut 2f;-]ilayui' limit since second baseman Frank Hulling 1 !! year of "gi'aei:" as a returning serviceman expired al midnight.. servlcoimm can be carried for one calendar year wllh- oul being coiinlod agnlntil Ihe 2(l-|)lnyci l limit.. Lee, 23, a rlghl-Jiander, won one and lout, two Tor the Tigers Uils i! wax pressed Inlo sorv- «f Um NHLSC, winners of Ihe flriil i l«'« «» » "tarter by an early-iieaiion three MKtulH. I Injury lo Hilly Ilimfl. but liail been Meol officials said Ui»r« wa«i"» H'o l>"»< : '' <<»' LllH 1»">L Lw» *otn« doulit w h it I h (t r Johmion ] wimloi. woul<l coinpitiu, lln aijKraviiliid a I •j/n.'ln Injury In Mm slain nn'd and wan fiirri'd In withdraw from run- Yester day's Results pitchers early In the season, t.ho lledhigs tiirned on Ihelr tormentors Monday night wllh nil I l-fi, J'O- inning victory that ran their siring )f vonsuciitivo vlclorlos on the •oad to IS, Illnlle TiihbijllJi 1 team low Is only l.yvd giimux shy of tho major league mark of 17 .straight wins on lliu road set by tho 1DKI Nirw York Cilanls. The Red legH beat a tatloo of 13 .Mingles off Ihreii Mllwiuikuu pllcli- er« Lo Hcoro only two fnwor r.ms In oii(» «ami! than they milled In the six previous contests tills .ten- HOII, In l.h(i linrgdlii, they kiwcki'il the UrnvcK lliree and a half games frut of flr.sL place Lliolr two - Kivme HriKiklyn Dodgors, who (II JilnliiKK, «<>ni|>l<4l.(ni ul April 21 gitliKt) Halt. Wfl«li, llrown, HI) and ooo mi ooo on— 2 » o //(I 000 (KX) 01— 3 10 0 Ci'crardll Ml), Xuvurlnlt (ilimbui'K, Trlaniliw III), Iliinmndu/., Clcvungiw (10) «nd IliirburiH.. ia-;u. Ixiwtr— XiiviM'J I .('moil Mlln, (7), llalllmoi'e Oil) 004 100— « 1) 0 Washington 4'20 301 OOx—10 1(1 I Johnson, O'Dull (4), Wight (II), ,S!,ol>l>s and TrlaudiiH. (2), IJIovongiM' 111) and HormirnL, Wliinur—ClnwiiHcr (l-Ol. l.u.ii.'r — ,l(AlllH»n <M1. H'R—l.iiiiuin (Ml|), Hi!i1)i'i'i>l, (J.iul), Unhiir (2nd), Tr|. andoH (Hill). (lowiind Lho I'hllndelphla I'lilllleii, li-l. The SL, Lotilw Cni'dlnn'ls whipped the Clilcago CuliH, (1-2, In thu other N.L. game. The Now York Yankees moved lo wll.hin Iwo gameti of Ihe American Langiit) lead when they walloped the BoHl.on lied Sox, 17-11, and UiB Kansas Clly A's heal, the rh'st-place Chicago While Sox, 7-1. The Detroit, Tigers dotoalcd the Cleveland liullans, ll-li, anil the WiiHhlngton Senator.'! scored ,'I-J, and 10-11 victories over Uio llall.l- miire Orioles In oilier A.L. ucllv- Hy. The Itedloga piled up a S-l lend agalniil "Jinx pllclier" Lew Dm 1 - ilell.e bul I lie llruveii lied Ihe score a I (l-ll wH.li Ihe aid of two- run Illinium by Hank Aaron and Del Urandall In the eighth and ninth Innlng.-i, Hut Uien I.he. Red- legn ballnil around In a wild IIMIi Ijinini-: miu'lied by a risl-fighl. between (.'Incluniiil'.'i Hal JflffiMinl. and Mllwiiukee'ii Joliny Logan to clinch Uie ciiiiliiiil.. . llerahell l''roeinaii, third of foiir the 440-yard dash, Gross Creek and Wcgerts Triumph 1 Vtuuurl'ii Drlvit-ln <luwiit«l I/AW 4-1 and (irann Cirnek Ihunipod Hunker Hill AKH <in>llli Klghler lloiiib- <-r Siiimdi'on 11-2 In a pair ol softball gamoH al Rlvorsldu park Moil, (lay nit/lil,, Harold (Hud! Maker hnrli'd a t-lillluf for Wegorl's while Hie win- liera wutti alilu lo K»L only three «afull«n off Hill Walson (if HAW, two of which worn dmdiletl, ma) by 15 U.S. Golfers Lose In British Amateur Knyland tU'l')- ' Kenny M/u'llii Oary I'ackard. A home run and Ihn oilier by by Lavuruii Clark wan HIM lily blow for Oratm (Jrmtk in inovliiu lo an uiiiiy win over Uie JlimkiT Hill club In DID nlt'lilnip. Ilud llawk'.i irlpln wax Uie lop tilow lor tho airiiieii, .Siiinnmry: DAW (KHi.OI—-I a a WoKwl'K 121,Ox—4 II 0 WaUon and Mnuun; II, Haluir and L. .llalutr. 1111 4f.'llli 200,00— 2 4 3 Ormm (,'rncik 4(«,:ix—I) 11 o helh«ln«r, (,'oclu'im and Libert, flolds: D. WiidUiipn and Clark. Dale Morey and Dick Ilium, two hlghly- touted Yanks who rented Miinday while I!) of the 2il American 011- Mi'fl liimxit will, of Mm Hi'llbili Aiiialour golf clmni|ilonsJil,p, begin play loiliiy In the sei'ond round. Morey of Indianapolis., tin!,, co- favored with Ireland's Joe. Can' aiiij Arthur Walkor of Soul.h Africa at !>••!, plays hirnosl Crlmim of l')nglan(l, Itoos, who upset I'ellow San l''nmclsco nlnr Ken Vonlui'l In the IIMill U.S. Ainaleui' champion.- ship, meeU Scotland's A r 11) u I' (Sandyl Sinclair, Morey and Itoou, who drew first round lives, wun'l lee off milII afl- er linii'li, Jimmy Moltnlu, foi'inei 1 Walker Cupper from I'lilladellilila, will he Ihe first. American lo play today,' Mcllalu, a 3 and I victor over Murray Vurnoii Jr., of Oivim- wlcli, Conn., In Ihu first, round, will ineel, .'ilriini; of (dil. William Arm- CAIIDN TO IMIAO'I'ICK Tim Helilff Shod CnrdlmilH of Uio Llllln Lenyue will conduct a prac- tlcn miHiilon nl H o'clock Wodnus- day ovonliiK «l Towor park. Cliicliinidl pitchers, was i wlUi Ills second win while JoluiHuii suffered the Ions, Don Dry.'idale, iiO-yoar-nld right, Ihnmlor, flrnlmllod a iwo-lilllei' and I Duke Snider and (line Clmol; Jioin- 020 IWO I!fi()~l7 1.1 2 ei'nd off llohlii llolierl« as 'Ihe ,01,'!. IWJ. 002— 11 10 a Dodgem made II. nine whin in lliiili- last. IV, games, l)!',y'iilali« fanned nix and rellreij the In.si. Ill liatl.ers to face him lo win his fourth HUMID. Hlan Mii.'ilnl smashed Hirer liltfi, Illirllidlllg Ihe IIIHn iKimer »l his cai'eai 1 , and knocked In Ivvn runs •al.-jc the lll'ellmii tulal In I,Him, an he led Ihe Cardinals' nine-lilt iitlack, Muslal l.lcil Joe DIMngglii for seveiilh pliu'ii III career Jiunin runs and Is Ihe 1,'lfli man lo drive n l.fiOO num. Llnily MaDanlcl nonl- Oreil to Idlti l.o win III:! third de- .•liiliiii and VVally Moon lilt safely n Ills 20lh iilralghl game In niaku I a gala nlgJil. all-iirdiind for SI, I/null!, Tim Yankees rolled or) KH hlls ^nid Fin' 22 lia.'ii';] In an aiisaull 'ilgh-llgiiled by an e!ghl.-nin rally II the seventh. IHU Nkowron drove la four I'unn with a homer anil two singles, lank (Inner had three doulilaii mid Puny Kiibek had a double iuvil a ilnglo for New York, Alex Kellner lilirleil a sitven- llllur l.o pace the Athletics lo Nnw York llOJiloll Kuclui, Crlin (7) and Howard lirnwer, I'oi'lei'fleld (V), Mliiareln ('/), (.,'lialuiloii (III ami Daley, Win. nor— KiiHtH (!i-l), Loiior — Uritwei' Kl-ll), lift— Skowron (Olih), I'lei'nall (3rd), , ICiuuian C!l.y OKI lil«l 000— 7 H II hleaKo 000 000 100— I 7 'J. Kulhwr (2-3) and II. Knillli. WH- .1011, Lal'alniiii (II) and Lelliii', Loii- or— Wllniin (11-?.). IIK-Mkl'/.afl (7lli) <:levelaail 001 101 'Ml)--. H IJiilroll. Ill) (HO 'lax'—H (iareln, MelJi.li (HI, Wyini' I'llulii (ID and Nlxini, Liiry, Abor III), Knylack (7) lloii/m, Wliuoii (7). Wlnnnr — lack (4-!l). Leiier — Wyiui IW~W<frlie 'J. ('IMi & Dill), (3rd). |) I) 100 ('/), (7), and li'ey- Cl-li'). NulliMinl League Hrooklyn oiv. OIK oiio— R 7 l riiiia(ii.pi»i/t oio ooo DUO— i '.>, o Dry.silalo (<l-l<) anil Camponella, Itoboi't.i, Miller 17) and Loiiiiiull,, LoHiir—lloliorto Cl-(l). IHV-Snldw (Dili), Clllioll HJIn, 000 10(1 (HH— 2 10 ?. s;;. i.onin oio o-it oox-- n « o HiiMli, 1'olnilMky (II) and Nooman, McDanli'l Ci.?,) ami II. Smllli, Muxial Loner—Itujih (l)Ui). Illl (III liiaiiiKH) ClnulnnU ' 000 XOO (Mil (!—-M )« 0 Mllimiiikm) oiio ooo m II— (I 11 o Haiii:h(i7, (III, C'rwi. (II), Acker (10) and llnlley. Ci'oiin ill), Johlmoi) (10) and Crnndnll, Wlnnw — fraoiiiun (2-0). Loner—Johnson (2-1), llli — Aaron (UHi), Cnindnll (Bill). (Only ablcd the Tlfjcrs lo score four runs with two out In the scvunlh Innlr.K aflor Vic VVorl/.' sreond homer of the ynmo Hod the w;oru for Cleveland ul 5-n. I'aul l-'oy- Inuk, who niiiKied homo Iwo runs In Ihu rally, won his fourth jjnmo while Karly Wynn, third Indian pllchor, was chnrjjud with his flflh loss. Jim Lomon homered In Uie lll.li InnliiK as the Senators won a Kami; suspended since April 21 and tli«n Uio lull outfielder drove In four runs to .i|inrk n Ill-hit nl!.nck In l.lu: regularly - schodukid nlKlil. Kimvi. Uob Ushw had four hits for tht> Kennlor.s In tho "second" Kiinio. l.lielr fourth stralMht victory and hand llio While Sox Ihelr seeoud sLralK'hl. defeat. Lou Kkl/a.s belled n two nniH wllli a luimer and n •wcrlNci! fly lo help send Jim Wilson to hl« socmid IONS. 'liroii walks and Ihree hll.i un- ^09E.'BROADWAY Jackson Will Head 100-Mile-an-Hour Club INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Jimmy Jackson, Palm Springs, Cnlif.. Monday night was elected president of Uie Champion 100-Mllu-nn- Hour Club, Ihe ".mo-st exclusive club In Ihe world." Tlu> club Is open lo nicmlicrship In all drivers who average 100- .•nllc'ji-aiHlinur or more without re- llc'f In the .IndlnniHHilis Motor Speedway 500-mile race. Three new'members wore added lo Ihu club during the annual meeting here. Thuy were Bob Voilh, Oakland, Calif.; Dick Italh- nwinn, Tronlon, N.J., nnd Rodger Ward, Los Angeles. Jackson computed in Hie "5(X1" l.hrec limes—HMti, HM? and 19411, He succeeds Henry Hanks of Los Angeles as prasidont of llu- club. Gene Sl.oiKMjIpher of lilie I'erfecl Circle Corp., llagerstown, Tnd.., was prcscnli'd Iho pln<iuc awariled annually lo the Individual who has dene Ihe most for racing during Ihu preceding year! Read the Classified Ads undisputed possession of Ihe NCC leadership with a 6-1 mark. Logan's only chance at 5-2 rests Say Harridge Will Retire NEW YORK (UP) — Will Har- rldgo, president of the American League for 26 years, will retire after the present season and will be succeeded by Joe Cronin, general Sox, said Monday. The 72-year-old manager of the Boston Red an informed baseball source Harridge will stej) down for reasons of heallh, the United Press learned. Cronin, a, member of baseball's Hall of Fame, already has the tentative support for the position from a majority of American League club owners. Present plans call for Bucky Harris, now Cronin's assistant, to assume the i>ol of Hed Sox general manager. the Longfellow Wins 13-2 Over McKinley Longfellow's Poets kcpl at bond of the class Monday by down- inn Ihe McKinluy HillloppiTS 13-2 in n city grade school league baseball gnmo nt Columbia school field, .lolmny Pnhsl's ll-hi! pitching turned Iho trick for the Poets, who bashed out II wifolies lo buck his steady mound work. Stove Hrinrich belted n iriple wlillu Mike I'nrrdl, 1'absl and David O.sonlmuiili each had two hits for tho winniiiK Poets. Summary: McKlnli-y 200.0— 222 !,i)iigfi.'ll(iw soil, x—13 11 2 Fisher and Nlcoll; Piibsl and Os- unbaugh. IHFI.K VIC'l'lM FOUND MARTINSVI 1,1,1': Ull')— Aubroy Sknggs, •!?, noar MurlliisvllUi, was fouiul dying Monday in !iLs home wll.li a rir.lt- wound in his head and ;i gun lying across his chest. Kk»KKs clU'd In Morgan County lliispllal here liili-r. on victories in its two remaining games—Tuesday at Anderson and Saturdsy at Richmond — while Marion must stumble either at Lafayette or Tech of Indianapolis. The Berries out-hit Marion, 8 to 7, and received two bases on balls. But right hander Dick Persinger twice escaped damaged with the bases loaded, once in the second and again in the fifth inning. \ An error figured in Logansport's only run tallied in the sixlh. Larry Cart singled for the third time, advanced to second on a sacrifice, to third on an infield out and scored when Marion first baseman Dick Duke dropped a throw. The visiting Giants opened the scoring in the second. Duke walked nnd was moved to second on Jeff Landrum's bunt. Chico Gulliford drove him across (he plate on a single to right. Logansport's inner lapsed in the defense col- fourth to present Marion with two runs after a pop fly hit and three errors. Marion "iced" the verdict in tho seventh, smashing out four hits to score an equal number of runs. The summary: Marion Bradley If-cf Hcrreld 2b Pack ss Duke Ib Lnndnim c Gulliford rf-lf Whitebiirst rf Williams 3b Totals Watson rt Schue cf Loner 3b Elliott c Bi-rndt ss At! 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 V AH 4 3 3 4 2 4 4 2 O'Connor If Cart 2b Plait Ib K. Thomas p Totals Scoring: Marion . OHi,2(Xl,-l—7 Logan (WO,1)01,0—t Rl'll—Bradley, Herrolil, Culliford, Pack, Persinger. lloublo — Duke. SO—K. Thomas 3, Pi'rsiiiger •1. BB-off K. Thomas 3, off IVr- .slnger 2. SH—Bnullcy. Laiulrimi, Scbiie, LoiH'r, SAC—Laiulrum, Per- slngor, Si'luiP, Plait. DP—Loner to Platt. Ll>B—Marion 4. l.ogans|nirt 12. Winning I'llrhrr-lYrsiiiji.M'. Loser—!•:. Thomas, limps—Kill Illh', .lee Savinl, John Bi'muMt. Time I;M. 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