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   Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Newspaper) - November 2, 1964, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET PUBLIC LIBRARY Monday Evening, November 2, 1954. Logan-Land Cage Schedules Fulton Co. AUBBEENAUBBEE Nov. 3 HIGHLAND CENTER 13 at Caston 25 at West Twp. Dec. 1 MONTEREY' 4 5 FAIR OAKS 31 at Lakeville 18-13 FOUR WAY TOUR- NEY Jan. 6 TEFFT 8 at 14-16 Tourney at Knox 22 at Star 29 at LaPaz Feb. 2 KEWANNA 6 12 TYNER 13 at RichUuid Center 19 AKRON Valley Confer- ence games Jan. KEWANNA Nov. B HIGHLAND CENTER' 10 Monterey at 13 CAMDEN at Aubhec 25 at Akron Dec. 1 at West Twp. 4 at 11 at Culver M. A. 12 TYNER ]S Aubbee Tournament Jan. 9 CASTON at Fulton 14-lfi TVAC Tourney 19 Oregon Davis at Ty- 22 FAIR OAKS 29 M E D A R YVILLE at Aubbee Feb. 2 At Aubbcenaubbee 5 at Richland Center 12 at Francesville 19 Star City r' Winamac" j Valley Confer- Dcc ence games 11 at Clinton Prairie 12 at East Tipp 18-19 FOUR-WAY TOUR- NEY i Jan. S WESTERN' I 9 15 NORTHWESTERN 22 at Rensselaer 23 NORTH WHITE 29 at 30 at Lafayette C. C. Feb. 5 NORTH JUDSON l> 12 at 13 at Maconaquah at West "Hoosier Conference games CARROLL Nov. 13 at lirookston 17 at Pioneer 20 MACONAQUAH Dec. 4 EASTERN 11 CLINTON CENTRAL 12 at West 18 29-30 Clinton Central Tourney 8 at 9 TWIN LAKES 15 1C 23 at Lewis Cass 29 at Northwestern i. 5 at North Miami fi at 12 at Clinton Prairie 13 SHERIDAN 19 Hoosier Conference games 22 KNOX 23 at North Miami 29 at North Judson Feb. 5 at Rensselaer 6 CULVER 12 18 PIONEER Conference games 20 BOSWELL Conference games Dec. Jan. RICHLAND CENTER Nov. 3 at fi at 10 At Tyner 13 OREGON-DAVIS' 20 at West Twp. 25 at Argos Dec. 4 WEST TWP. 5 CULVER M. A. 11 1S-19 Tourney at Aubbee 22 at Silver Lake Jan. 8 STAR 14-lfi Tourney at Knox 22 at Akron 29 at Feb. 5 KEWANNA 13 AUBBEENAUBBEE 19 at Claypool Valley Confer- ence Games Tour- Jan. iFeb. Nov Dec. Jan. Feb. AKRON fi CLAYPOOL 13 TYNER 14 LEESBURG 20 at Milford 25 KEWANNA 4 NORTH WEBSTER 5 SOUTHWOOD 11 at Argos 12 at Larwill 18 at Northfield fi-9 Tourney at Warsaw 15 at North Miami 22 HIGHLAND CENTER 23 Silver Lake at Mentone 30 STAR CITY 5 CASTON 6 WEST TWP. 12 at Pierccton 19 at Aubbcenaubbee CAMDEN fi STAR CITY 13 at Kewanna 21 OTTERBEIN 25 at 2S at 4 11 18-19 Battleground ney 8 9 at North 13-16 White Co. Invitation- al 22 SHARPSVILLE 6 at 12 at Dayton 13 at 19 LEWIS CASS Mid-West Conference games FRANCESVILLE Nov. 6 at Chalmers 13 at 17 Star City at Winamac 20 MONTEREY 4 NORTH 11 at 18 at Lewis Cass 22 at Medaryville 8 at 9 FOWLER" 13-16 White Co. Invitation- al 22 29 30 at Goodland 5 at DcMotte 6 at Wheatficld 12 KEWANNA 13 19 Conference games Feb. Pulaski Co. MONTEREY Nov. fi at West Twp. 10 KEWANNA at 13 at Walkcrlon 20 at Francesville 24 at Dec. 1 at 5 at Tcfft 11 STAR CITY at 18-19 Aubbee Tourney Jan. 8 OREGON-DAVIS at Aub- 14-16 TVAC Tourney 22 SILVER LAKE 23 Tyncr 29 RICHLAND CENTER" Feb. 5 at Fair Oaks 12 at Union Twp. 19 LIBERTY TWP. at Me- daryville 20 JACKSON TWP. Tippecanoe Valley Conference! games. MEDARYVILLE Nov, fi WOLCOTT 13 at Klondike 14 at Battle Ground 24 Dec. 1 CHALMERS 4 DEMOTTE 11 at Richland 17 at Wanatah 22 FRANCESVILLE Jan, 8 Tourney 22 26 TEFFT 29 at Feb. 2 LACROSSE 5 at Star 9 KODTS 12 at Whcatfield 20 at North White Valley Confer- ence games. White Co. NORTH WHITE Nov. 13 at Winamac 2ft at Rensselaer 24 Dec. 4 at 5 REMINGTON 12 at 18 at North Judson Jan. 2 at Chalmers 8 at 9 CAMDEN' 13-14-lfi COUNTY INVITATIONAL 22 PIONEER" 23 at Delphi 30 Feb. 5 KNOX 6 at Twin Lakes 12 13 at 20 MEDARYVILLE "Mid'West Conference TWIN LAKES Nov. 17 BROOKSTON 20 LAFAYETTE C. C. 27 at Peru 28 at Delphi Dec. 1 at Winamac 4 Pioneer at Logan 11 MACONAQUAH 18 at Logansport 26 FOUR-WAY TOURNEY Jan. 8 WEST LAFAYETTE 9 at Carroll 15 at Rensselaer 16 at Lafayette Jeff 22 NORTH JUDSON 29 KNOX 30 ROCHESTER fi NORTH WHITE 12 at Lebanon 19 at Crawfordsville CEN- Feb. Nov. CHALMERS S FRANCESVILLE 20 BOSWELL" 28 DAYTON Dec. 1 at Medaryville 4 Luramie at Southwest- ern 11 12 BATTLE GROUND 17-18 Wolcott Tournament Jan. 2 NORTH WHITE Mt. Ayr at Morocco 13-16 White Co. Invitation- al 22 at 23 at Wolcott 30 at 5 at 12 at Brookston 13 19 at Prairie Conference games. [Feb. Miami Co. Dec. MACONAQUAH Nov. 20 at Carroll 25 at Kokomo Dec, 4 at North 5 11 at Twin Lakes 12 MISSISSINEWA 18 Jan. 2 North Miami Tourney 13 Sharpsvillc at Kokomo 22 at Oak 23 29 at Lewis Cass 30 Feb. 5 6 12 at Norlhfield 13 DELPHI 20 TIPTON I Mid Indiana Conference] games. b Note: All liome games Bunker Hill Air Force Base gym.! 29 FORT WAYNE TRAL 30 at Oak Hill Feb. 5 at 12 ROCHESTER 13 at Michigan City 19 at Indiana Conference games Cass Co. CASTON Nov. 6 at Mentone 13 AUBBEENAUBBEE 14 SHARPSVILLE 20 PIONEER 24 at Triton Dec. 4 at Culver M. A. 11 CULVER 18-19 Delphi Tourney Jan. 2 North Miami Tourney S at Maconaquah 9 at Kewanna 15 ARGOS 22 LEWIS CASS 23 SOUTHWOOD 29 NORTH MIAMI Feb. 5 at Akron 12 at Claypool 19 OAK HILL PIONEER Nov. 14 Brookston at 17 CARROLL 20 at Caston 24 at Northwestern Dec. 4 TWIN LAKES 5 WESTERN 11 16 NORTH MIAMI 26 Twin Lake Tourney 8 at 16 at Rochester 22 at North 29 at 30 at 5 at Culver (i at 12 13 MENTONE 19 at Winamac 'Mid-West Conference games Logansport, Indiana, Seven BOWLING WEDNESDAY LADIES IB. Thorington 555, Annie Savmi China Lane 18-6, Keitzers Ruth Spencer 524. Carol Carolyn Ann 16-S, Rockwell 14- 110, Joe and Pinky 13-11, Conn's 13-11. Rendezvous 12-12. Pat and Maria 11-13. Zoubels 9-15. First Federal S-16. F M S-16, Les- lie Music 5-19. High Series: Ellie Sazini 570, Jan Feb. Hills 511, Erni Shank 500. High Games: B. Thorington 223. E. Reap 207, M, Alwffl 207, Ellie Savini 201. Warriors Lose, 24-21, In Last Six Seconds t n f David Little son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Little of Logans- port, has been selected senior THURSDAY LADIES Bowlmor 17-7, Coca Cola 16- S, Cass County State Bank 14- 10, Baber's 13-11, Wolf Construe-. tion 12-12, A W 12-12, Gossard i 12-12, Champion Ins., 12-12, A. CANTON, Ohio 15- j oisen 11-13, Kroeger's yard field goal by George Potts iciary and Hizer 9-15, Warner's with six seconds remaining injg.ig. the game gave Canton a 24-211 Hjgh series: M. Beck 505, E.. victory over Indianapolis Sun-j Hoover 504. Games: E Foster 209, E. 191, M. Beck 189. tion hel on maiorinz, a no officer eec- I jftUcfe but the Warriors re- Hj maine( eastern leaders Foolball League a M record_ The -Warriors trailed 14-7 at COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL Fisher Funeral Home 25-11.. He in his fraternity, __.....____li Alpha, and in the student government associa- tion. ie -iviunuio jvjgrier tuinia 43-11, uie half and 21-7 going into the i Mohlman-s 23-13. Lowe Roofers and noliti- ifinal Period before a Uvo4ouch; 120-36, Smoke House 20-16, Mr. anaP01 I tied the score atjHappy Burger w.17_ R Bar 1S. i IS. Clark's 18-18, Ayer's i' Indianapolis set jonnson Mobile 17-19, Hedde ._ Ready Mjx gub Tavern 13_ A fumble the stage for the Bulldogs' game-winning boot. U. S. Warned Ecumenical Council AL j. D 'J' Has Holiday Recess About Raid 23, Rockwell Std. No. 5 12-24. High Series: C. Spear 650, H. Smith 627, E. Shafer 618. R. Green 617, J. Coffin 615, W. Fowler 601. High Games: C. Spear 257, VATICAN CITY (UPI) -De bate on the church in the mod-jW. Fowler 2.36, R. Green 22D. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) ern World today awaits comple Richard M. Nixon claimed Sun- day night the Pentagon had been warned that U.S. air bases in South Viet Nam were vulner- lable to attack only two days before a Communist raid put half the U.S. jet bomber fleet out of commission. I The former vice president said Sunday's pre-dawn shelling lion of two church holidays EARLY BIRD The third session of the Ecu- i standard Food 26, Jones Adv. menical Council will not resume pleasant Hill Greenhouse until Wednesday following thejjg' 18, Banta Orchard observance of All Saints' and j _ D a R Mtt. 16. WSAL 15. All -r__ TT___1 T__1C lir T flT-nnt. All Souls' This session of the closes Nov. 21. with Nov. 20 the last working cay. South Viet Nam "was really the worst .military disaster since Pearl Harbor." INJURED CINCINNATI (UPI) Oscar- Robertson of the Cincinnati Royals required 10 stitches to The Viet Cong attack with an- dose a wound m ,e ey LOGANSPORT Nov. 25 WINAMAC 28 LEWIS CASS 5 EAST CHICAGO ROO- SEVELT li at 15 PERU 18 TWIN LAKES jcient American-made ammuni- tion destroyed or crippled about half the U.S. jet bomber capa- city in South Viet Nam. Four Americans were killed and 30 injured. The Communists escaped without any known cas- ualties. "It's my understanding that two days before this attack the suffered during Sunday night's Jan. ROCHESTER Nov. 13 ARGOS 17 WINAMAC 20 at Marion 25 at Dec. 4 LEWIS CASS 11 at 12 CULVER. 18 at 22 29-30 Knox Tournament Jan. 15 at Bremen" 16 PIONEER 22 NORTH MIAMI 29 NORTHFIELD 30 at Twin Lakes Feb. 5 at Wnbash 12 at Peru 16 at Knnx 19 PLYMOUTH Northern Lakes Conference games Carroll Co. DELPHI Nov. 27 at Brookston 28 TWIN LAKES Dec. 4 5 CLINTON CENTRAL Nov. 'Dec. Jan. Feb. STAR CITY (i at Camden 13 at West Twp. 17 FRANCESVILLE 20 at Fair Oaks 11 at IS TEFFT 21-22 Tyner Tournament 5 WEST TWP. 8 at Richland '15 TVAC Tournament 19 at Tyncr 22 29 at Tefft 30 at Akron 5 12 19 KEWANNA" Tippecanoe Valley Confer- ience Games WINAMAC Nov. 13 NORTH WHITE 17 at Rochester 20 at 25 at Logansport Dec, 1 TWIN LAKES 4 at 11 15 WALKERTON 18 at 29-30 Knox Tourney 8 Nov. 6 13 14 17 24 27 Dec. 4 8 11 18 Jan. 8 13 22 29 30 Feb. 5 6 12 19 Mid- BROOKSTON CARROLL Pioneer at at Twin Lakes EAST TIPP DELPHI at at at Otterbein at Southwestern -16 White Co. Invitation- al at at North at OXFORD CHALMERS BATTLE GROUND West Conference games !NOV !Dec. Jan. Feb. NORTH MIAMI 13 18 NORTHFIELD 25 at Oak 4 12 16 at Pioneer 19 22 at 2 FOUR-WAY TOURNEY 8 EASTERN- IS AKRON 16 at Manchester 22 at Rochester 23 WINAMAC 29 at Caston 5 CARROLL 6 at Lewis Cass 12 at Mentone 19 FAIRMOUNT 2 RENSSELAER 8 9 at South Bend Riley 15 at 22 NEW 23 MUNCIE 29 at Lafayette 30 LA PORTE 5 fi at Wabash. 12 19 at Fort Wayne South Central "Conference 26 FOUR-WAY TOURNEY pentagon was warned that j these bases were exposed to a (possible mortar attack, yet there was no dispersal of air- craft. .there were no security I Nixon said. .Joe'nerd Ins. 15, W. T. council Longs Conoco 11, Theater Tavern 10. General Tire S. High Series: S. Jones 566, M., Rudig 521. D. Hoffman 508, S. Lohning 507. High Games: D. Pursch 197, M. Hoover 193. S. Jones 185. GENERAL TIRE Bombers 23-9, Millers Read the Want Ads! suneres ourmg ouuua.y jngmo Jaz. game against the Detroit Squeegees tons. Robertson, who was 17-15, Flats 15-17, Satellites 14-' jabbed in the eye, may not be abue to play in the Royals next game on Friday. 17-15, 18. Dual 90 12-20, Rockets 11-21. High Series: Ves Corcoran. 637, Bob Shaw 610. High Games: Shaw 233, CorT coran 226-220, G. Zimmerman 209. JNICKLAUS WINS MATCH SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain York, Y. For the first time science hat found a new hcalinfr substance -with the aston- Jan. 15 at West WOLCOTT Nov. 6 at Medaryville 13 DEMOTTE 24 at Nortli Dec. 4 at 8 at 11 at Battle Ground 17-18 FOUR-WAY TOUR- NEY 22 at 1 Jan, 8 REMINGTON 13-16 White Co. Invitation- al 23 CHALMERS 29 30 Feb. 5 at 12 at 19 at Otterbein Mid Indiana games Conference PERU Nov. 23 MARION 24 LEWIS CASS 27 TWIN LAKES Dec 4 at 11 HARTFORD 15 at Logansport 18 at Tipton" .Ian. 26 Twin Lake Tournament! Chicago R 8 MUNCIE BURRIS" 9 at Manchester 15 at 22 WARSAW 23 KOKOMO North games LEWIS CASS Nov. 21 at Marion Bennett 24 at Peru 28 at Logansport Dec, 4 at Rochestcr 5 at Northwestern 9 SHARPSVILLE" 12 15 FRANCESVILLE 22 2 Tourney at North Miami 8 at Clinton Central 16 at Culver 22 at Caston 23 at Carroll I 29 MACONAQUAH" Feb. 5 at Lakeland 6 NORTH 13 at Southwood 19 at Camden "Home games at Berry Bowl NHL STANDINGS W L. X. Pis GF GA Montreal 4 1 3 11 26 16 DetrQit 5 2 1 11 20 14 Toronto 4 2 3 11 30 23 New York 333 9 20 IS 3417 24 25 181 3" 15 38 x hcalnfr susance -w e Jacfc NicklaUS of CoiumDUS, lbility to shrink hcmor- Ohio, shot a five-uder-par 67 ih0idj, stop itching, and relieve Sunday to win the Australian! pain -without surgery. Open golf championship in anj In after CMC, while jrenfly playoff Bruce j "Hmjlin nf A'KlTJlll3 I IPVIH ir. carded a 70. 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