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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - March 24, 1957, Logansport, Indiana                                SUNDAY MARCH 24 1957 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS INDIANA PAGE NINE Baseball News EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At Bradenton Fla Chicago A Milwaukee 100 XX 7 000 100 6 Harshman Howard Keegan 7 and Battey Trowbridge Murff 6 and CrandaU At St Petersburg Fla Cincinnati 000 100 0001 72 St Louis 100 021 10x5 10 Gross Hacker 5 and Pavle tich Cheney Bob Smith 4 Mabe 7 and H Smith Green Smith Detroit 010 100 6 Philadelphia 000 300 OOx3 3 Lee Gromek Cnmian C and Lau Sanford Morehead 6 Lipetri 9 and Lonnett Harris 8 5 7 At Mesa Ariz Baltimore 000 010 Chicago N 020 000 0002 1 Ferrarese Moeller Con suegra 9 and Triandos Single ton Fodge 7 and Neeman W Moeller LFodge At Pomano Beach Fla Kansas City B 400 020 000 0006 9 i Buffalo IL 040 010 100 0017 14 12 innings Brunet Mills Craddock John son 7 and Cannizzo WJohnson LBrunet At San Francisco Boston 025 0009 H L S Fran PCD 000 201 6 1 Brewer Delock 6 and Daley R W ty Thollander 7 and Zim te at Los Angeles Cleveland 000 020 0103 6 0 New York N 010 220 13x9 14 1 Lemon Aguirre 6 and Nixon Gomez Margoneri Barclay 7 and Westrum Lemon Home runs Cleveland Cola vito New York Harris Mays 2 Virgil At Miami New York A 000 020 5 2 Brooklyn 000 001 9 0 Ford Grim 7 and Berra Maglie Craig Kipp 8 and Campanella Pignatano Grim MESA Ariz Ernie Banks started out as if he planned to be the Chicago Cubs whole team again Saturday but he turned out to be one of the goats as the Cubs lost to the Baltimore Orioles 32 before chilled fans in Rendezvous Park Banks doubled in the first inning and scored one of the two runs which gave the Cubs a 20 lead and beat out a bunt in the fourth inning However his error in the sixth helped the Orioles tie the score Elmer Singleton 36yearold Pacific Coast League rookie for the Cubs became the first Chica go pitcher to go six innings and held the Orioles to two hits SAN FRANCISCO fiverun outburst in the sixth inning against Duane Pillette paved the way for an easy 93 exhibition victory for the Boston Red Sox over their San Francisco farm club Saturday Just one slight earthquake trem ble shook the press box in the fifth inning in this city rocked by tmblors Read the Classified Ads YtAZELS Books of the Week Payton Place The Philidelphian Blue Camallia Stopover Tokyo Twilight For The Gods Bon Voyage Water Water Everywhere The Last Angry Man Onionhead The Last Of The Wine The Scapegoat Investors Road Map New Guideposts The FBI Story Much Ado About Me Road To Miltown The Organization Man 1957 RondMcNally Road Atlas AVAILABLE AT YEAZELS 513 E 8DWY PHONE 2462 Net Rule Changes Are Recommended Committees To Vote On Them Over The Weekend KANSAS CITY 0After three days of discussions the nations college basketball coaches sent to the Rules Committee Saturday five recommendations for changes aimed primarily at cutting down excessive fouling and effective ness of the big men The Rules Committee headed by Tony Hinkle of Butler Univer sity will meet Sunday and Mon day The coaches recommended 1 That the first six personal fouls in each half not in the act of shooting carry only a oneshot penalty After ffliese six fouls the oneandone bonus rule goes into effect in which a bonus shot is allowed if the first free throw is made On penalties in the act of shooting two shots will be given as usual 2 That players of both teams be prohibited from touching the ball on rebounds when it is on the rim or in the cylinder the imag inary area above the rim of the basket This is designed bo prevent tapins when the ball is in the particular position and to cut down the easy stuff shots of players like 7foot Wilt Chamber lain of Kansas 3 Out of bounds balls in the backcourt may be taken out at any part of the end line disre garding the 12foot restraining line under the basket now in effect 4 The clock to be stopped on every whistle and time to be re sumed when the ball comes in con tact with a player in bounds This includes time outs when the ball goes outofbounds This recom mendation carries with it the sug gestion that there be no additional opportunities for substitution 5 That the 194758 rule requiring even arid odd numbering of uni forms for home and outoftown games respectively be aban doned The coaches suggestions are normally accepted by the Rules Committee BEATS ATTUCKS Continued from Page 1 tempts for 72 for 333 Final Game Central McKnight F f Gemberling f Winston f c Bishop g Lee Hobbs g Sacchini g Totals ATTUCKS Maxey f Searcy fc Upshaw f Donel c Benson g Hazelwood g Mclntyre g Totals Central Attucks 492 and Attucks 24 of Box 3 0 0 11 2 5 0 G F 8 01 23 00 00 22 00 14 00 0 00 31 510 G F 6 69 02 00 11 01 00 00 24 713 13 16 20 10 12 16 P T 1 16 2 12 0 0 0 0 2 24 2 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 7 67 P T 0 18 2 6 0 2 1 18 0 I 1 6 51 Sports Trail By WHITNEY MARTIN NEW YORK year Bob by Bragan had a sort of straw boss to help him look after his kindergarten class of pitchers down at Fort Myers So Bragan brought a 38yearold Red Munger with him from Hollywood Munger had won 23 and lost only 8 for the coast club so the fresh or rather new Pittsburgh Pirate manager figured he might win a few games for him as well as babysit for the rest of the pitching Well Munger is gone now and the pitching staff still is populated by kiddies under 30 In fact only two athletes on the preseason ros ter are over that age Dale Long and Spook Jacobs both 31 The Pirate youth movement is fine but after all youve got to be reasonable about those things so Bragan looked around for an other baby sitter He found two neitheras old as Munger but with a lot of baseball years behind them They are Bob Kuzava and Paul Minner both 33 and pitch ers and when you add age to a ball club its always a good to add it to the pitching staff Both Kuzava and Minner are and we have noticed Kuzavas name in a couple of lineups this spring indicating Bragan is giv ing him a real chance The big towhead has an in teresting history and although he never won more than 14 games in one season in his life his ca reer is not without notable high lights There was the time for in stance in 1949 when he came within two outs of pitching a no hit game for the White Sox And there was the time or rather two times when he sewed up the de ciding World Series games with some fine relief pitching for the Yankees That was less than four years ago and now he is fighting to comeback to the major leagues af ter spending last year with the Columbus Jets of the Intennafton al League Whether he or Minner makes it or not we wouldnt know butmay Bragan should keep one of them just to ride herd on those romper boys he is using as pitch ers And some mighty good ones xx it might be added BLIZZARD IN Continued from Page 1 on the storm in Texas John Franklin McAllister 23 Clar endon was killed in an auto wreck 20 miles south of Dumas he was raveling alone Officers said he apparently was blinded by the snowstorm and drove off the high way into a creekbed HEATED EXCHANGE AMARILLO Tex a cook here who really deals in hot stuff Sheriffs officers said he traded 3ff a hot car for another vehicle using a hot check for to ay the difference Total financial loss Olim pic Games in Australia in 1956 was LOGANSPORT Gates open 6 Show starts 7 ON SCREEN 1 FEATURES Free Toys To The Kiddies WANT OUT OF DEBT let Credit Counselors arrange to get you out of debt on payments you can afford REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE No Security or Endorsers Needed One and Only One Place to Pay CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Open Daily 9 to 5 Except Wsn and Sat till Ona 401 farm Building 2750 Mew Portsmouth Paper Forced to Quit in Less Than a Year PORTSMOUTH UP The Portsmouth Times announced Sat urday night it will suspend pub lication after Sunday mornings edition In announcing the death of the newspaper the Tunes Said its publishers will file assignment in the Portsmouth Hustings Court Monday for the benefit of credi tora The Times went into publication May 6 1956 as a newspaper pub lishing editions six afternoonsa week arid Sunday morning It was published by Portsmouth Newspa pers a corporation which began publication after raising in a public stock sub scription More than citizens bought stock The weight of financial bur dens finally crushed the Ports mouth Times brought about by insufficient advertising and circu the newspaper said in its obituary notice prepared for Sun day mornings edition Small College Cage AllAmericans Given Special Honor By AP NEW YORK seniors a junior and a sophomore hailing from the District of Columbia and the states of Oklahoma Kentucky Minnesota and Texas were named yesterday as the 1957 small col lege basketball All America by The Associated Press The seniors Jim Spivey of Southeastern Oklahoma Jack Sul livan of Mtv St Marys Md and Mason Cope of Kentucky Wesley an The Chief Wil liams of Ceptenary in Louisiana The Baggen stoss of St Cloud Teach ers These five whose play was hailed with superlatives were chosen on the basis of recommen dations from sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the coun try It is the first small college All America selected by the AP to recognition to the many fine players generally overlooked Ken a senior from West Virginia Tech and sopho moije Bob WhiteKeadfrom Whea tons NCAA small college cham pions top the second team Two juniors Steubenvilles 66 re bounding star Jim Smith and Frank Glenn ace of MeNeeses Gulf StatesConference cham out the second quin tet along with 65 sophomore Chuck Curtis of Pacific Little 56 Porky Vieria of Quin and 59 Roger Iver son of Pacific Lutheran along withMel Peterson of Wheaton John Harrawood of Evansville and Jim Daniels of South Dakota head an honorable mention list of 91 COMMITTEE ABLE Continued from Page 1 funds so as to protect the dues paying membership from imposi tion and dissipation of union funds 2 Assure Democratic processes including the regular election of officers in union organizations in cluding locals 3 Regulate the operation of trusteeship operation of unions a system under which the unionof ficials usually are appointed rath er than elected sometimes for long periods of McClellan also announced he had just received a telegram signed by 502 rank and file team sters in Portland declar ing themselves in full accord with your TWO GRASS FERES City firemen were called to two grass fires shortly after 2 yesterday They were onequarter mile west of state road 29 and 1403 Aster street Algeria in North Africa has a population of Of these about are of European origin mostly from France Super KernTone SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph 2310 Sector WeWers OnAllCICJeam Rochester placed two boys on the second team while Peru and Mon ticello each landed a third team berth on the allOeratjral Indiana conference squad Harold Howard and Phil Ooplen both of whom scored more than 400 points constitute the Zebra representatives on the honor rost er They are juniors Jim Rody Perus 67 senior cen ter wa snamed to the third team He accumulated 354 points this season to lead the Tiger scorers Monticellos prize was Jim Zer face the setshot artist who made the third team He is a junior Elwood and Wabash dominated the allCIC quintet each grabbing two places Hartford City filled the other position Wabash currently leads the all sports standings with 37 points Rochester is sixth with 24 Monti cello eighth with 20 and Peru tenth at The allconference selections First Team Darrell McQuittty Elwood Cary Blair Hartford City Dick Mitchell ELwood Kenny Miller Wabash Terry OBrien Wabash Second Team Harold Howard Rochester Cecil Beeson Hartford City Dave Burgauer Muncie Burris Larry Allen Alexandria Phil Coplen Rochester Third Team Jim Rody Peru Steve Yoder Plymouth Jim Zerfaoe Monticello Scott Hosier Huotington Ron Richards Alexandria DIES AT 100 BRAZIL Ind BThe Rev John Mitchel 100yearold retired Brethren minister who had cele brated his 75th wedding anniver sary with his wife Barbara Tues day died at his Clay City home early yesterday Bradley Rallies To Nip Memphis 5 3Point Play In Final Seconds Brings 84 83 Win NEW YORK McMil lons playwith 29 sec onds left gave Bradley an uphill 8483 victory over Memphis State Saturday for the championship of the 20th annual National Invita tion basketball champion ship An afternoon turnout of in Madison Square Garden saw the Memphis State cinderellas lose after theyapparently had won the game on Jack Butchers basket with 65 seconds left They once trailed by 15 points in the first half Most of the thrills in the nation ally televised in the second half after Memphis State had reeled off seven straight points to take a 10point advantage at 6454 But the Braves from Peoria who had come from 21 points be hind to beat Xavier of Ohio in the quarterfinals did it again The underdog Tennessee Tigers led by 7365 with 10 minutes left when three straight jump shots bybig Barney Cable put the sec ond seeded Braves back on the beam A free throw by Bobby Joe Ma son made it 7372 then Bobby put the Braves ahead with a corner shot The lead changed hands in quick succession of baskets by Win Wilfong and MeMillon with a free MeMillon tying the score at 7777 with six minutes left It was tied at 8181 with two minutes to go as successive field goals by Butcher and Ron Ragan pulled Memphis State out of trouble just after Wilfong fouled out Butcher hit a field goal to give Memphis an 8381 lead as both teams tried to maneuver for the iinal shot Then MeMillon got the ball out of a scramble and drove n for a field goal that tied it He sank the winning free throw after Swander had fouled him 21 Coaches Honored For 20Year Service Keith Showalter Logansport high school coach was one of twenty one mentors to receive 20year awards for service to the profes ion at a special program for Indi ana high school coaches in Indian apolis Friday night Others who received similar hon ors were Frank Baird Ed Beaman Kyle Peters all of Broad Ripple Fred emley of Howe Bill Webb and S 0 Bruce of Lawrence Central J M Hendryx of Colfax Wood row Weir of Marion Dick Beck of Griffith Ray Gallivan of Whit ng Doyle Baliff of Carmel Ray Lee of Salem Sanford Sanders of Patoka Kern McGlothlin of Winslow Keith Crown of Horace Mann Gary Ed Reagan of Cory don George Bickel of Corydon JoeFranklin of Hammond Clark and Casey Decker of West Terre Twelve Mile Lions To Honor Basketball Team The Twelve Mile Lions club will honor members of the Miler bas ketball team and cheer leaders at a dinner at Tuesday n the Community building Coach Keith Showatter of Lo gansport will deliver the principal address A trophy will be awarded to the player showing the most sportsmanship and desired quali ties The water ouzel can fly under water and against the current for 30 seconds or more Featuring Smart SILK SHANTUNG Heres one of the handsomest shoes youll1 ever hope to see Smartly fashioned of premium leather and rich silk shantung its a Jarman that is new and trim and different and extra comfortable too Well be pleased to fit you in a pair FRATERNALCOMMERCIAL W L Western Tire 54 27 McOloskeyHamilton 52 28 Kroeger Funeral Home 48 32 Barneys Bar 46 35 Moose No 2 45 35 Logan Legion 42 38 Muehlhausen No 7 41 40 K of C 41 40 B F Goodrich 35 46 Bermans Supply 33 48 Amusement 24 57 Spencer MabiM 23 58 Three games were won by Ber jnans Supply and Moose No 2 overB F Goodrich and Muehl hauseh No 7 two games were won by McCloskeyHamilton Amusement Western Tire and Lo gan Legion 550 Smith 591 200 Rudig 203 C Rodgers 200 Don Spangler 217 H Smith 224 L Mast 201 J Hammon 200 LADIES THURSDAY LEAGUE W L Gossard 5427 Glen Reid Roofers 49 31 Jones Auto 48 32 Golden Rule 48 33 The Tap 42 39 Myers Florists 40 41 Stoketys Ernest Poods 28 43 Logan Bowlmor 37 44 Irenes Pantry 36 44 Wolf Construction 36 45 32 48 Blue Note Bar 24 57 Three games were won by Glen Reid Roofers and Logan Bowlmor over Irenes Pantry and Blue Note Bar two games were won by The Tap Wolf Construction Jones Auto and Gossard 500 Gaby 540 Annie Savini 532 Dorothy Rump 528 450 Shanks 483 Marj Rudig 451 Lucy Linden 482 Ella Horney 463 C Busehman 476 P Carney 480 A Willy 473 A Skelton 481 F Conine 474 160 Shanks 178 and 163 K Silver 172 E Randolph 169 M Rudig 174 L Linden 208 and 174 E Gallion 178 E Horney 166 D Patty 161 D Woodling 172 D Bechdol Buschman 181 P Carney 168 and 169 A Willy 190 A Skelton 185 F Conine 167 and 167 Chalmers Joins New Athletic Conference Chalmers ofWhite county has joined the new Western Indiana Small High School Conference which was organized this past week it was announced yesterday The league groups seven schools in Benton and White counties and it is hoped to increase member ship to ten schools The charter members are Gilboa Wadena Earl Park Freeland Park Pine Rauib and Chalmers Each of the schools has less than 100 students For the present the Conference athletic program will include only jaskefcbail play but track and base ball may be added later it was reported Kerby Strives To Make Cleveland Big A L Threat All Teams Look Tough To New Indians Skipper By JERRY LISKA TUCSON Ariz UP Manager Kerby Farrell hopes to make his Cleveland Indians a good bench team to challenge the New York Yankees Casey Stengel has some fine Yankee players but basically his success has rested on Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra plus good shuffling of his Farrell said The new pilot of the second place Tribe conceded the Yankees had an exceptional bench but ad ded You dont make good re serves unless you use them fre Farrell who came up through the Indians farm ranks said my success in the minors has been trying to work the same kind of formula Ive had good bench ball players and I liked to use The 43yearold Farrell directed Indianapolis to two American Assn pennants jn the past three years winning the little world series last season In 12 minor league seasons Far rell missed a first division fin ish only twice Among four pen nant winners was a 1953 Read ing dub which won 101 games in the Eastern Were moving players around on this Cleveland team and it doesnt hurt us a Farrell said I like a versatile man who can jump in at more than one po sition and db the job The only way to make sure he does is to keep him from getty rusty Im supposed to be nuts on speed Sure I want speed So do 15 other managers in the major leagues Sometimes though guys with average speed are a lot bet ter ball players than men with great speed Its what they do und er fire that Farrell steers away from any direct rebuttal to suggestion in some American League quarters that the Indians may have more worryholding second from the Detroit Tigers than trying to overhaul the Yankees I know Johnny new Tiger manager John Tighe has some good ball commented Farrell The Tigers have done a good job of rebuilding They have been playing young players steadily and have built tihem into a sound club But as a new manager in the American League I dont look at any club as a weak team Right now they all look tough to GRACIOUS LIVING McALESTBR Okla UP The Oklahoma State Penitentiery here lays claim to the best fed prison ers in the country The prisons sociologist Ken neth Horton says prisoners gain some 25 pounds within a short time after they enter Kubek and Rodger s Top Prospects for Rookie of the Y ear ST PETERSBURG Fla Tony Kubek of the New York Yankees and Andre Badgers of the New York Giants a pair of yearling infielders not even listed on a big league roster were the writers selections Satur day to capture rookieoftheyear honors in their respective in 1957 the most irtriguang young player in the Yankee camp since Mickey Mantle came up from Joplin in 1951 is picked to beat out catcher Haywoocf SuUi van of Boston outfielder Jim Landis of Chicago pitcher Don Lee of Detroit and outfielder Rog er Maiis of Cleveland for top freshman American League honors Others who figure to make strong bid include second base man Bobby Richardson Yan kees pitcher Bud Daley and catcher Russ Nixon Cleve1 land and third baseman Brooks Robinson and pitcher Charley Beamon Baltimore Rogers apparently has pushed himself into the Giants starting lineup as the regular shortstop He is chosen over such looking National League newcom ers as pitcher Juan Pizzaro waukee second baseman Casey Wyse Chicago pitchers Don Cardwell and Jack Sanford and shortstop John Kennedy Phillies catcher Danny Kravitz brugh pitcher Rene Values Brooklyn and pitcher Tom Chen ey St Louis Kubek a 331 hitter last year at Denver is listed as a stop but recognized as the No 1 candidate for left field on the Yankees the 21 year old 190pounder from Milwaukee has shown manager Casey Stengel and practically everyone else he can play anywhere and outstanding jab Another Aussie Runs A Fail Mile In MELBOURNE Australia W Mervyn Lincoln a 24 year old schoolteacher from Vic toria became the nintih men ber of the growing fourminute mile fraternity Saturday with a clocking in a special meet at Melbourne University He was the third Aussie to break the barrier Australias John Lan dy also a schoolteacher holds world record of his best time of six underfourminute perform ances during his brilliant Jim Bailey a student at the Uni versity of Oregon is the other Aus tralian to have cracked the bar rier BOSTON CELTICS WIN SYRACUSE N Y BThe Bosr ton Celtics took a stranglehold on the eastern division playoff pionship in the National Basket ball Assn Saturday by making it two straight over the Syracuse Nationals in their nationally tele vised game 120105 The Celtics need one more win in the best offive series to eliminate Syra cuse J as LOOK AHEAD TO THE i DISTINGUISHED LOOK OF BOTANYX500 The man whos going places knows of the right clothes for his own selfassurance and for the proper reflection of his own savvy and good taste Thats why we predict these four distinguished fabric groups will win your vote for your welldcessed future All exclusive BOTANY V500 BOTANY Slump oi Fatkion mtann Excluiiv FABRIC 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