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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - February 14, 1964, Logansport, Indiana                             FRIDAY, FEBRUAHYH, Wt THE LOGANSP.OHT INDIANA. PAGE ELEVEN Colleges, High Schools, Perturbed By NFL Stepping Into Frii NEW YORK (AP) The na tion's colleges and high schools got their dander up Thursday over a reported move by'thi National Football League to in yade their traditional Frida; night domain with network tele vision. If the pros go through with it there were indications they might have an antitrust suit on their hands'. "Frankly, I" am deeply dis turned by these sale Asa Bushnell; commissioner of the Eastern College .'Athletic Conference and director of pro- gram, "This is-a matter for the NCAA's college television quiry and investigation. I'd say it is something for the lawyers to look into." A spokesman for the American Broadcasting Co. said earlier this week that plans had been made for ABC-TV to televise five NFL games on Friday nights between Sept. 25 and Oct. 23. l The five particular games were held out, of the big pack- age sold recently to Columbia Broadcasting System for million a year. The NFL declined to confirm the ABC five-game assert- ng that "our schedule has not been made up yet." The league office did not deny that such an arrangement might be made with individual clubs. The ABC also refused at east attach an official label to the report, although a spokesman for the network said, "It's absolutely for newsmen located some true." miles -away. j The project, in fact, has pro- Clay and Listen Swap Insults at News Conference NEW YORK (AP) Cassius Clay and Sonny Listen swapped insults Thursday in an unusual news conference carried by closed circuit television from their Miami Beach training camps to a laboratory on Long Island, Clay boxed one fast round, concentrating on moving back- ward. Liston pummeled the heavy bag for three minutes. Then they settled back for ques- tions at their separate camps Hauser Withdraws From (age league COLUMBUS, Ind. ser High School in Hope with- drew from the Dixie Athletic Conference Thursday, citing travel distances because of a predominance: of Southern Indi- ana teams in the league. An- other school, Vernon, is being absorbed by consolidation nexl year, leaving five teams in the conference. Surviving members are Henryville. New Washington, Deputy, Crothersville and Cort- land. The conference was arranged by Theater Network Television, which will carry the Feb. 25 heavyweight title fight "I'm going to upset the whole said Clay who is known as the Louisville Lip and with good reason. In a quick aside he asked "Which camera is Clay went into his routine, more expansive than ever. "I'm predicting eight to prove I'm he rhymed. "If he whups me, I'm leaving the country. I'm bigger than he is. I'll be about 221 pounds. This is not going to be a giant fighting any Floyd Patterson." After listening to Clay prom- ise again that, if he loses, he will crawl across the ring on his hands and knees and kiss Lis- gressed so far that prospective sponsors have been identified. Bushnell said that he felt such a move by the pros contravened the spirit if not the wording of a federal statute stipulating that the National Football League could not sell a package calling for Friday night or Saturdays games. "This provision was intended to protect the economic health of college and high school foot- Bushnell said. Actually the law, spelling out exemption of sports from some antitrust legislation, is so word- ed that it covers only cases of a 'single package- deal. The pros might argue that.the Jaw does not concern this par- ticular arrangement, since th clubs would be making the dea BOWLING LEAGUE AT MYERS LANES Walton Christian No. Main St. Meth, North 3rd E.U.B. 51-37; Walton Meth. 48-40; Deer Creek Presby. Metea Baptist 46-42; Wal- ton Lutheran 46-42; Broadway Meth. 45-43; Rock Creek Luth- eran Lucerne Zion Big Ten Basketball Life Meth. Wheatland Ave. Christian 41-47; Meth. 29r59; Walton No. 2 High Individual Series, Vic Winn 531, John Wilson 524, Bob Emery 515; Randy Mauck 515; D. Tatman 512; Tom Rush 511; Dick Babb 511; Lloyd .Hizer 500. High Individual Games, Randy Mauck 233; Tom Rush 211; Dick Tatman 207; John Wilson 202. High Team Series, Metea Bap- tist 2608. High Team Game, Walton Christian No. 1, 905. AT MYERS LANES STRIKE AND SPARE Kains 62-26, Smitty's Cab fil- 27, College Hill Inn Kesling Drugs 56-32, Club 17 50- 38, K.L.K. Mfg. 4741, Standard Foods 45-43, Wabash Whsle 42- 46, Maibens 40-48, Mer Dels No. 1 40-48, Rockwell Std. No. 6 39- 49, Natl Bank 38-50, Gossards Haugh Sundries Mer Dels No. 2 Pickens T.V. 27-61. Series Marry Powell CHICAGO (AP) Ten basketball life seems to begin it 40 for; Ohio. State's record- smashing Gary Bradds like 47, 48, and 49. Bradds' point produc- tion for five successive games, shattering by far the previous back-td-back record sequence by a'Big Ten player. The old record mvolved only two successive "big" 45- and 46-point performances by Purdue's Terry Dischinger in 1962. Bradds, an iron-ribbed 200 pounder standing now >aces conference scoring with an eight-game average of 39 points, according to official sta- tistics posted Thursday. Bradds' closest pursuers, with little chance of spoiling the Buckeye star's scoring title de- Allocations for Institutions Get State's Approval INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The State Budget Committee ap- Baylor Coach to Head Grid Clinic LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Featured speaker at Purdue's 32nd annual football clinic April 3-4 will be John Bridgers, head! football coach at Baylor Univer- sity. Bridgers, an advocate of thei; passing attack, will speak both r days, first on pass offense and then on defense. About 600 high school and col- lege coaches from at least a dozen states are expected to attend. are sophomores 'allocation 'of 'Schellhase -of Purdue and Caz-zie Russell i of to Fort Wayne State School to replace 70 obsolete Schellhase has a 28.1 in the institution's hos in seven games and Russell third with 2S.1 on eight Castle State Hospital was Behind them are Bill to replace irre- of Michigan and Rick but the commit- of Northwestern with rejected a request from the game averages of 25.8 and' for for storm win- Tal Brody of Illinois has on three staff residences aged 23 in six the superintendent's resi- Dick VanAirsdale of Indiana seventh with an average of Southern Indiana Tuber- points in seven games. His Hospital received brother, Tom, is eighth rehabilitate food service facil- It had requested In team play, Soldiers' and Sailors' Chil- Ohio State leads Home at Knightstown with a 92.6 average. allotted for asphalt ern, tied for third, is flooring, for. parts to leader with a 73.5 fire hydrants, to a pump supplying the Northwestern also is the main, and forv two rebounding dub with 52.4 escapes. trieves per game. Wisconsin has fouled least. 16.3 times per the Want Ads! Butcher Hogs Are 25c Higher CHICAGO butcher hog market was steady to 25 cents higher'Thursday but the advance was limited to offer- ings over 240 Ibs. Mixed..No. 1 and 2 grades moved at 115.50-15.75. The.top was off 10 cents from the best price Wednesday. Mixed 1-S grades sold up to arid mixed 2s and 3s up to Sows went at Choice grade slaughter steers at Ibs sold at 50-22.50 with prices mostly at steady levels. Some good grade were Heifers were steady with good :o mixed average choice and izgh choice moving at The few sales of the wooled slaughter lambs were mixed ;ood and choice at Service Stations Protest Computing Of State Sales Tax ELKHART, Ind. (AP) -Serv- ice station operators in Elkhart are protesting, state require- ments to compute sales tax charges separately, rather than including the amount in the on the gasoline pump meter. The service station men voted Thursday to bring the issue be- fore the Indiana Petroleum Re- tailers Association's board of di- rectors next Monday. The Elkhart chapter of the as- sociation insists meets the law's its method requirements and charged the group has not received fair consideration from the State Revenue Department. New York maintains pieces of snow-fighting equip- ment on. a year-round basis. 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"He'H still be talking on the way said the worlc heavyweight champion. "I wanl to keep up that one round knockout record as long as I can. All I have to do is corner him and clobber him. "How long will it last? It's just a matter of time. They tell me they tise to have round rings, like a cup. Now they have four corners. He is going to land in one of those corners." jeague as a However, the danger to co lege and high school attendanc on those particular nights wou appear as great, and the co leges arid high schools seem ready to fight it to the hilt. Many colleges, particularly i the South, play games on Fn day nights. Also, this is th prime time for the lug schools belonging to the Natior al Federation of Around 85 per cent of the hig school games are played Frida nights. "This would hit at the gras roots of all said on high school'spokesman. Bushnell said that if he anc his college television committe do not get satisfactory explana tions from the AFL and ABC a formal protest would be made didn't say he would go all the way to the courts, but ther IO MONEY DOWN FOR HOLDERS OF CHARGE-A-MATE AND NATIONAL CREDIT CARDS GO 'COME AROUND-AND GARTH SWIGERT-NEMO KOBEL 711 Burlington Ave. Logansport Phone 2149   

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