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Only 11 Days Left— Must Try to Make Big Swap by Phone By DAVID M. MOFFIT UPI Sports Writer •MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) —The majors, with only 11 days left before the inter-league trading deadline, have folded their winter meeting tent and now can be expected to try to make by telephone the baseball deals they couldn't manage face-to-face. The week-long meetings and constant trade talks ended here Friday. Ln that time, only seven trades were made and none of those involved any front-line players. However, a number of discussions were still incomplete and various club officials indicated that many of these might s.till be wrapped up (before the Dec. 15 deadline. Major Decisions In a final, 40-minute joint session, the majors: —Awarded the 1967 All-Star Game to the California Angels at their new park in Anaheim. 'Calif. (The 1966 game will be played in St. Louis.) —Lowered, at the urging of New York Yankee General Manager Ralph Houk, the .minimum period a player may be on the disabDity list from 30 to 15 days. —Awarded the 1966 winter meeting to Pittsburgh with the minor league meetings going to Columbus, Ohio. —Ruled that if a manager goes out to speak to a pitcher and leaves him in. he can't take him out until he finishes pitching to the batter then in the box. —And distributed more than a quarter of a million dollars to such organizations as college, American Legion and Little League baseball. Houk said that players like Roger Maris -would benefit greatly from the new 15-day disability limit. He pointed out that thanks to modern medicine, players now heal much quicker than when the 30-day rule was laid down many years ago. Franchise Hunting A Milwaukee businessmen's group, which was turned down for 1966 on its National League franchise application spoke to the American League Friday but no formal requests were made and no action was taken. Among the "name" players swapped here this week were Phil Linz, who went from the Yankees to Philadelphia, re- outfielder Matty Alou, who went from the Chicago Cubs to San Francisco, first baseman Norm Siebern, who went from Baltimore to the Angels, oatfielder Matty cAlou, who went from the Giants to Pittsburgh and former $120,000 bonus signee Dave Nicholson, who went from the White Sox to a Houston farm club. 2 Is Magic Number For Unitas, Colts By WILLIAM VERIGAN UPI Sports Writer Two is the magic number for Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts on Sunday when they meet the Chicago Bears, who are eager to avenge a 26-21 loss earlier in the season. By passing for two touchdowns. Unitas would tie Y. A. Tittle's NFL career record of 212 scoring tosses. The Baltimore veteran has hit on 161 of 273 passes this season for 2,506 yards and 23 touchdowns. A Baltimore victory would eliminate the third-place Bears from the Western Conference title race. The Colts, favored to beat the Bears by four points at Baltimore, then would need only one more victory or a loss by second-place Green Bay to sew up their second consecutive title. Packers Favored The Green Bay Packers, favored by seven points against Muckerheide Among Top 500 Cagers Dale Muckerheide. Clarksburg High School hardwood performer who set a new Decatur County scoring record of 52 points Tuesday night against Cross Plains, is one of 12 Indiana cage stars included in a list of the top 500 high school players in the country appearing in the current issue of •'Basketball," New York published sports magazine with nationwide circulation. This is the sixth annual such list to be published by the magazine. Last year Steve Baugh of the Jackson Tigers, who is now a member of the junior varsity (freshman) team at Florida State University, was named to the third-string All-America team. This year high-scoring Rick Mount of Lebanon is on the "first five" and 6-11 Chuck Bavis of Garrett is on the third team. Others besides Muckerheide, Mount and Bavis from Indiana to be given national recognition by the magazine are Charles Tyler of Evansville Central, Rick Atkinson of Evansville Harrison. Martin Gabriel of Kokomo. Dave Miller of Brownstown. Ellis Moor of Rushville. Ray Kuhlmeier of Aurora, Charles Lavander of Speedway. John Harmon of Tipton and Marvin Winkler of Indianapolis Washington. the Minnesota Vikings, are likely to delay Baltimore's bid to wrap up the title on Sunday even if the Bears can't. Baltimore is 9-1-1, Green Bay 83 -and Chicago 7-4. In other NFL games, the home teams are all favored with the Philadelphia Eagles rated two points over the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Giants seven over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the St. Louis Cardinals three over the Los Angeles Rams, the San Francisco 49ers six over the Detroit Browns, who already clinched the Eastern title, seven over the Washington Redskins. Minnesota halfback Tommy Mason, who tested his injured knee last week against San Francisco, is expected to lead the rushing attack against Green Bay along with fullback Bill Brown. Second Straight The Browns, who have their second straight Eastern Conference title tucked away, rely, as usual, on fullback Jim Brown against the Washington Redskins. Cleveland quarterback Frank Ryan matches his passing skill against Sonny Jurgensen. Bill Nelsen, who passed for 263 yards in Pittsburgh's 23-13 loss to New York earlier in the season, has recovered enough from an injured knee to be at full speed against the Giants. The San Francisco 49ers pit the league's most potent offense (4.191 yards) against the Detroit Lions, who possess the stingiest ' defense (2,833 yards).. Charlie Johnson, fully recovered from a shoulder ailment handles the St. Louis passing against Roman Gabriel, who has replaced the injured Bill Munson as Los Angeles quarterback. The Norm Snead - to - Pete Retzlaff passing combination tries to boost Philadelphia over Dallas. For Real MONAHANS. Tex. (UPI) — Ten minutes after science fiction television show flicked on the sets of the Monahans area, the power went off — not only in that town but in a wide area of New Mexico. Texas, and Mexico. The show was "The Day The Earth Stood Still," a story about what happens when the earth's electrical supply is neutralized. PORTABLE TV • 19" Screen • Front Speaker • Built-in Double Diapole Antenna • 90 Days Free Service • 1-year On Parts COMPLETE WITH STAND..__ COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS W. Side Square. Ph. 662-1371. Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Saturday, Dec. 4,1965 PAGE 3 Net Scores INDLAJVA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Butler 77 Southern California 75 St. Francis 93 Aquinas 80 New York Tech 89 Indiana Tech 88 Cumberland 69 Oakland City 63 Earlham 97 Albion 80 Tourney at Upland Goshen 102 Trinity 52 Taylor 97 Huntington 82 HIGH SCHOOL Plymouth 73 New Carlisle 54 Warsaw 69 Huntington 60 South Bend Adams 71 South Bend Clay 55 Laville 72 Perm 67 Gaston 74 Culver Military 67 Goshen 76 Nappanee 57 Mishawaka 79 South Bend Jackson 46 Michigan City 93 Chicago Marshall 69 South Central 73 North Judson 49 Hammond Noll 74 LaPorte 73 Knox 66 Culver 49 Valparaiso 74 East Chicago Washington 72 Pierceton 69 Silver Lake 53 Claypool 86 Whites 51 Concord 78 Syracuse 53 Ligonier 42 Albion 40 Garrett 73 Kendall ville 50 Highland 67 Chesterton 56 South Bend Washington 55 South Bend St. Joseph's 54 Connersville 53 Rushville 51 Anderson 73 Marion 49 NoblesviUe 65 Pendleton 55 Madison Heights 63 Anderson Highland 59 Lapel 69 Anderson St. Mary's 50 Alexandria 70 Peru 68 Muncie Burris 55 Tipton 54 Richmond 73 New Castle 58 Muncie South 72 Elwood 48 Logansport 78 Muncie Central 50 Gary Mann 67 Gary Wallace 65 Gary Andrean 88 Hobart 72 East Chicago Roosevelt 66 Gary Emerson 46 Gary Edison 76 Dyer 66 Merrillville 72 Gary Wirt 48 Calumet 95 Lowell 48 Portage 61 Griffith 52 Crown Point 68 East Gary 62 Hammond 72 Hammond Clark 56 Hammond Tech 80 Whiting 61 Oak Hill 65 Mississinewa 59 Maconaquah 48 North Miami 46 (OT) Lebanon 60 West Lafayette 40 Vincerines Catholic 77 Terre Haute Schulte 55 Washington 72 Vincennes 59 Hunt'ingburg 88 North Knox 74 Rochester 76 Cass 65 Fort Wayne Central 73 Fort Wayne North 54 Fort Wayne Elmburst 58 Fort Wayne Concordia 52 Bluffton 57 Angola 49 Decatur Catholic 60 Monmouth 48 Ossian 82 Woodlan 43 Manchester 59 Southwood 49 Leo 73 Fort Wayne Dwenger 53 Avilla 79 Wolf Lake 49 Adams Central 87 Dunkirk 66 Fort Wayne Snider 77 Howe Military 44 Fort Wayne Catholic 103 Decatur 70 Geneva 75 Madison Twp. 65 Madison 81 North Vernon 79 Wabash 72 Hartford City 57 Marion Bennett 83 Fairmount 73 Remington 51 Rensselaer 47 Kokomo 74 Lafayette 68 Pioneer 47 Twin Lakes 44 Ireland 63 Plainville 42 Holland 54 Oakland City 45 Clinton Central 58 Frankfort 52 Mount Vernon 73 Evansville Mater Dee 53 Evansville Memorial 81 Haubstadt 50 Evansville Reitz 71 Terre Haute Garfield 65 Evansville Rex Mundi 75 Fredinand 60 Evansville Central 94 Princeton 60 Boonville 70 Evansville Bosse 68 Plainfield 77 Center Grove 69 West Vigo 94 Terre Haute State 75 L&M 57 Switz City 56 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 71 Brazil 58 Turkey Run 79 Rockville 61 Clay City 63 Van Buren (Clay) 53 Odon 76 Carlisle 48 Covington 77 Fountain Central 60 Dugger 77 Hymera 55 Spencer 56 Bloomfield 49 Shakamak 82 Linton 52 Terre Haute Wiley 56 Honey Creek 54 (2 OT) Brownstown 78 Salem 42 Charlestown 57 Scottsburg 50 Blopmington 69 Jasper 57 Orleans 66 Springs Valley 64 (OT) Dubois 76 Washington Catholic 58 Columbus 79 Shelbyvffie 69 Jeffersonville 66 Franklin 49 Indianapolis Attucks 76 Bedford 40 Indianapolis Tech 77 Indianapolis Arlington 51 Indianapolis Shortridge 54 Ben Davis" 41 Decatur Central 77 Indianapolis Ripple 62 Indianapolis Howe 91 Bloomington University 35 Indianapolis Manual 66 Indianapolis Sacred Heart 43 Indianapolis Washington 75 Indianapolis Northwest 52 Warren Central 71 Indianapolis Scecina 61 Indianapolis Wood 62 Beech Grove 60 Granville Wells 51 Brebeuf 49 North Central 78 Lawrence Central 73 Indianapolis Chartrand 71 Edinburg 63 Franklin Central 55 Greenfield 45 Southport 79 Elkhart 73 Pike 50 Zionsville 35 Speedway 77 Mooresville 73 Danville 71 Greenwood 63 Greensburg 91 Martinsville 53 Columbia City 86 New Haven 69 Fort Branch 54 Tell City 45 Aurora 73 Rising Sun 52 Brookville 71 Batesville 57 Crawfordsville 69 Lafayette Catholic 63 Lawrenceburg 70 Vevay 57 Silver Creek 85 Clarksville 65 Rossville 78 Sheridan 70 Attica 73 Winamac 62 Cambridge 87 Fountain City 54 Castle 78 Winslow 72 (Overtime) Southwestern Tippecanoe 50 Delphi 46 Louisville St. Xavier 61 Clarksville Providence 57 (OT) Portland 56 Hagerstown 50 Middletown 62 Knightstown 57 Services at Laurel For Charles Baker CONNERSVILLE. Ind. Charles C. Baker, 84, a resident of Connersville. died at 7:10 a. m. Friday in Fayette Memorial Hospital. He had been in impaired health for several years. He was born in Franklin County, Aug. 27, 1881, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baker. He had lived in Connersville since the early 1940's but prior to that had resided in Laurel for many years where he operated Shady Lake. He was a member of the Nazarene Church in Connersville. Survivors are the widow, formerly Hattie Clark whom he married Sept. 13, 1905; two sons, Clifford, R. R. 5, Connersville, and Leonard, R. R. 1, Laurel; a daughter Miss Ruby Baker, Connersville; two brothers, Lewis Baker of Metamora and Ollie Baker, Connersville; a sister, Mrs. Sudie Hunter, Connersville; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Two sons, a daughter and three brothers preceded him in death. Services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Sunday at Moster and Sons Mortuary in Laurel by Rev. Walter Griffith. Burial will be in Laurel North Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary after 6 p. m. Saturday. Mrs. Flynn, State Demo Figure, Dies LOGANSPORT, Ind. (UPI) Mrs. Leonora Flynn, 34, Logansport, a former D-emocratic national committeewoman from Indiana, died Friday night in St. Joseph Hospital. She also formerly was state vice chairman of the Democratic Party and headed the women's national democratic organization. - Mrs. Flynn was a delegate to the Democratic National Conventions from 1928 to 1944. Thp Winter season . . . Calls For A Visit To Hnber's Sport Coats $22.50 to $32.50 Slack. $8.95 to $15.95 Sweaters $5.95 to $14.95 Suits $45 to $65 Your Best Bet Is ...... HUBER'S Jets May ~ Topple Chargers By RAY MEANS SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) — Rookie Joe Namath expected °e of his major tests of .the season today as he led his upstart New York Jets against a San Diego Chargers team which needed a win to hold onto its American Football league Western Division lead. Both teams were rebounding from unfavorable decisions. San Diego soundly outgained Eastern Division champ Buffalo Thanksgiving Day but had to settle for "a last-second tie. Namath looked worth his $400,000 as he guided the Jets with apparent ease against Boston Sunday, but his club was edged out in the closing seconds, 27-24. Sunday, Buffalo pursues its second straight Eastern Division crown" in a game with Houston and Oakland hopes to stay alive in the West, contesting Denver. The Chargers had won only once since stomping the Jets 34-9 Oct. 23, while New York had won four of five, but San Diego looked ready for this one. Keith Lincoln regained his starting job at fullback following several unimpressive performances caused by an early injury. "He looks like the Lincoln of old," coach Sid Gillman said after a practice session this week. "He starts faster, blocks sharper and is catching passes better than any time since last year." Halfback Paul Lowe needed only 81 yards to top the 1,000 mark for the second time in his career and needed only 180 yards to tie the league season rushing record. Defensive cornerback Jim Warren was sidelined with a chest injury, and safety Bud Whitehead and cornerman Dick Westmoreland were recently recovered from injuries, but Namath was still expected to be put to the test by the league's best pass defense. His passes to Don Maynard and Bake Turner combined with the power funning of Matt Snell and Bill Mathis have made the Jets the league's most dangerous offense recently. San Diego's attack features league leading passer John Hadl throwing to Lance Alworth, Don Norton and Dave Kocourek, plus the running of Lincoln and Lowe. Dance Explosion Toll Climbs to 16 KEOKUK. Iowa (UPI) — The 15th and 16th victims of a gas explosion in the Keokuk Armory Thanksgiving eve died Friday in University Hospital, Iowa City. It was feared the death toll might go even higher. Six persons remained in serious condition at the U. S. Army Burn Center. Brooke Hospital, San Antonio. Tex. Twenty others were still hospitalized in Iowa and Illinois. Investigators said the blast was caused by a gas accumulation from a line break, ignited by a water heating unit. Nearly 70 persons were inside the armory when it occurred. EXHIBIT CLOSED NEW DELHI (UPI)—An American science exhibition sponsored by the U. S. Information Service has been closed in the city of Allahabab following university student protests of an alleged "anti-Indian attitude" on the part of the United States during the Indo-Pakistani conflict. Bowling News West Bowl Lanes Sunday Mixed League Pts. Laudick T-V 9 West Bowl Lanes 7 Team No. 3 7 Team No. 5 7 Parkside Lanes 6 Team No. 1 ' 5 Team No. 2 4 Phillips Bros. Mobil 3 High series women; Martha Tatman, 451; Katie Filler, 428; Mary Harrison, 425. High games, women: Martha Tatman, 186; Mary Ellen Nelson, 157; Mary Harrison, 167. High series, men: Bob Harrison, 573; Carl Bode, 553; Paul Enzinger, 529. • High games, men: Bob Harrison, 202 and 194; Paul Enzinger, 193; Carl Bode, 190. West Bowl Lanes Monday Night League Boozen Five 24 12 West Bowl Lanes 23 13 Dairy Queen 22 14 Gordon's Five 21 15 Bilt Rite Auto Shop 17 19 Gamble Store 16 20 Joe's Barber Shop 11 25 Canada Dry 10 26 High series: Jack Hammerle, 615; Carl Bode, 578. High games: Jack Hammerle, 233; Carl Bode, 211; Clarence Feldman, 208; Art Skotzke, 207; John Tumilty, 206. Parkside Lanes Wednesday Late League Decatur Bank Millhousen Knights Kam's Katers Eckrich Franks Broadway Florist Curtis Barber Shop Batterton's Drugs Gordon Foods Bob & Mac Whlse Gulf Plastics Daily News Royals Pts. 42 38 34 32 30 28 27 26 25 21 20 13 High series: Lawrence Schneider, 585; Larry Cornn, 569; and Don Wilhoit, 565. High games: Lawrence Schneider, 248; Arnold Decker, 226; and Walker Beagle, 211. Parkside Lanes Wednesday Early League Pts. Colonial Bread 36 Bush Music 35 Johnston's Foods 33 Kerr-Wood 30% Leo's Ranch 28 J /2 Bill's Furniture 27 State Farm Ins. 27 Prudential Ins. 27 Bilt Rite Auto 25 Kocher Ford 24% Hometown Finance 21% Einhaus Ins. 21 High series: Larry Cornn, 610; Sonny Fenley, 582; and B. J. Pratt, 580. High games: Jim Wingate, 235; Sonny Fenley, 232; and Larry Cornn, 209. Parkside Lanes LWA League W L Harris City Stone 29 19 Bower TV 28 20 Dust-Tex 28 20 Herbert's Shell 28 20 Fry's Service 26 22 Public Paint 24 24 Lake Santee 21 27 Redmon & Son Fencing 20 28 Stapp & Miller Const. 19 29 Team No. 5 17 31 High series: Mary Cruser, 467; Gin Reisman, 452; and Patty Fonseth, 450. High games: Maxene Long, 199; Mary Weston, 195; and Mary Cruser, 180. Splits converted: 5-6-10, Dodie Stutz and Lillian Hull; 5-6, Suzanne Paxson; 5-7, Marceal Graves and Mary Cruser (twice); 6-7, Mary Cruser; 6-710, Gin Reisman; 4-5-7, Dodie Stutz and Mary Harrison; and 3-7, Mary Weston. MAURICE MOELLER INSURANCE AGENCY 102 E. FIFTH ST. PHONE 663-4859 THANKS, EVERYONE for the fine patronage you have given me since I recently opened my own insurance agency. I am most grateful for your kind expressions of confidence. Sincerely, MAURY MOELLEK Your Personal Service Agent Who Represents you first. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS • LIFE • AUTO • FARM • HOME • BUSINESS • MARINE West Bowl Lanes Ladies Thursday League W L Acra Cleaners 25% Pepsi-Cola 22 14 Shel Smith Real Est. 19 17 A & W Drive-In 18 18 Dress For Less 18 18 Johnson Sinclair 17 19 Bilt-Rite 14% 21% Buell's Rest. & Taxi 10 26 High series: June Tumilty, 446; Betty Robbins, 419; and Ruth Colson, 408. High games: June Tumilty, 178; Betty Robbins, 156; and Katie Filler and Paula McDonald, 153. Splits converted: Mabel Lutes, 5-6; and Virginia Fasnacht, 58-10. Parkside Lanes Friday Late Mixed League Pts. McQueen's Plbg. 36 Siebert Olds 36 Decatur Insurance 36 Ranch Supermarket 33 Schultz Co. 32 Lee Bros. Constr. 29 Jackson Office Supply 28 Coca-Cola 28 Broadway Market 26 Schroeder's Standard 22 Brown Marathon ' 15 Meadow Gold 15 High series, men: Ed Cornn, 637; Paul Hoffman, 584; Charles Wolter, 576. High game: Ed Cornn, 226 and 213; Paul Hoffman, 224; Oscar Cruser, 223. High series, women: Marilee Narwold, 578; Frances Wolter, 527; Ruth Wilhoit, 512; Doris Elene, 491. High games: Marilee Narwold, 201, 193, 184; Ruth Wilhoit, 189; Frances Wolter, 178, 178, 171; Millie McKee, 178. Man Is Jailed In Burning of Child LOGANSPORT, Ind. (UPI) — Joseph Beghtel, 26, Leesburg, was jailed today in connection with the cigarette burning of his five-year-old stepdaughter. Authorities said the child, Alexander, was scarred over most of her body. They said she suffered the. burns during-the past year. Beghtel was arrested and bond was set at $10,000 after the child's grandmother, Mrs. Elma Hoffman of Royal Center, complained to police. Biggest Nuclear Test Of Year Detonated WASHINGTON (UPI) — The United States Friday detonated its biggest announced nuclear test of the year — an underground weapon explosion in Nevada. The Atomic Energy Commission said the test had an intermediate yield equal in explosive force to between 200,000 and one million tons of TNT. It was the 22nd type of test announced this year. WRONG CROP FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)—A 34-year-old man described as a "professional college student," was, sentenced to three months in jail Friday for growing marijuana in his parents' vegetable garden here. Not First MONTGOMERY, Alabama (UPI) — Gov. George C. Wallace said reports that victions Thursday and Friday of white men in civil rights cases were the first in modern Southern history were wrong. Wallace, a former circuit court judge, cited as an example a 1955 case in Barbour County where a white man convictions Thursday and Friday of white men in civil was sentenced to life in prison for the shotgun slaying of a Negro. The judge was George C. Wallace. St. Paul Mr. and Mrs. John Lawless, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morgan and daughter of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wade and family of Flat Rock and Robert Lawless of Nashville were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ritty and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cross entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lohman, Mr. and Mrs. Pennit Meredith of Indianapolis, Mrs. Natalie Thompson of Carmel and Clifford Colten of Indianapolis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William McNeeley of St. Paul and Mrs. Eileen Milicent of Cincinnati were dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Frank JMcAuliffe, for Thanksgiving. Another daugh,- ter, Mrs. Avarell Golden and family of Rockville, joined them later in the evening. Jack Lewis is a patient of the Major Hospital in Shelbyville. Mrs. Myrtle Porter spent Thursday with her son, Arthur McClintic and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nail were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Avery and family Thursday. Mrs. Rose Stafford was the guest of her son, Stanley, and family at Indianapolis. Miss Pat McCracken, Miss Brenda Cole and Mrs. Lottie Kelley were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mrs. James Lavour and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole spent the weekend with Mrs. Cole's sister and family at Danville, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theobald and children spent the weekend with relatives in Missouri. Mrs. Lottie Kelley spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Moore, and family hrlfi- 1 dianapolis. " Jack Lewis is a patient in the Major Hospital, Shelbyville, for observation. Mrs. James Clark, Mrs. Grant Green and daughter, Becky, and Mrs. Terry Clark of Knox were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clark Saturday. 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