Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 20, 1973 · Page 6
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Anderson, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 20, 1973
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TUtSPAY. MOVIMIH 10, mi ANMMON DAILY IULLCTIN Area's Robinson, Thompson gain All-State honors •Y THE ASSOCIATED PNK88 rourNycuog HMO irt*> accounted for a total of nearly «,000 yanfe total oMeme thfe m- son were fee leading vote-flet- ters for the 1573 Associated Press Indiana high school All- State Team mouncati today. TV quarterback of this prolific is Marc Lunsford of Bloomington South, voted the top signal caller by nearly unariimous,approval ol the AP statewide panel o'f sports writers and broadcasters. The fr-foot-l, 176-pound senior led Smith's Panttiens to a 20-1 over a two-year span. This season Lunsfoitl completed 77 of 155 passing attempts for 1,420 yards arid 20 touchdowns—with only four interceptions—and added 712 yards in 120 carries ' for IS twchdoim as South got to the nmifiMfe of the first AAA division state playofis. Witt Lunfon) in the back- Held are speedsters Pat Harris of A division playoff rumemp Claitoville Providence and Mike Andreet of Columbus North and powerful Nick DeCicco of A division champion Mishawaka Marian. Harris, * 5-9, 165-pounder, rushed for 1,460 yaros and led the state in scoring with 192 points cm 30 touchdowns and 11 conversion runs. TTie 5-11, 180-pound Andress, rushed for 1,063 yards on 162 carries, caught five passes for 135 yards and totaled 12 points on 22 touchdowns and 30 conversion kicks. His career rushing total readied 2,961 yards. DeCicco, mno combined with second-team running back Nick Barnes to make up an awesome combination of power and speed, rushed 116 times for 993 yards, and an 8.6 average. He scored 14 touchdowns, kicked 14 eidra points and two field gaals. Kirov Robinson of Mariison Heights and Hick Thompson of Anderson headed the Madison County All-State Elections. Robinson was named to a second team position as a running back while Thompson made the second unit as a linebacker and drew honorable mention as a guard on offense. Others on (he honorable men- lion list were running hack John Johnson, defensive back John Fnuanl and tackle Larry Gor. don of Anderson, linebacker DM Pitman and defensive tackle Kevin Goen of Madison Heights and place kicker Tim Parnell of Anderson. To illustrate Uie versatility of tee (tatting backfield, Harris repeated this season as a first- team defensive back, Andress and Lunsford made {he second team as defensive backs and DeCicco was honorable mention as a linebacker. The rest ot tlie first team offense had quick and talented Reed May (5-9, 167) ot Bloq- mingtcn Soulh and Armond Thompson (6-1, ISO) of AAA champion South Bend Washington at end; Jeff Lawrie (6-2, 200) o( AAA runnerup In- dianapoiis Cathedral and Bob IXrll (6-3, 220) of South Bend St. Joseph's at tackle; Tim Wini- ngsr (6-0, 188) of Bloomington South and Phil Hoiger (M, 235) at guard, and Dean Downer (62, 205) of South fiend Washing- ten at center. Lawrie—at defensive end— and Harris were the only two- way performers on tfce first, team. They were jmaned on the rangy defense by Dan Zanka (6-3, 185) of Soulh Bend Washington at the other end and Bob Hicks (5-11, 213) of Indianapolis Washington and Mike Cilella (63, 220) of South Bend St. Joseph's at tackle. The Unpacking corps included Tom Quinkeit (6-1, 193) of Providence, Don Jtoot (Ml, 176) of BkwmngUxi South and Mike Meunier (Ml,. 185) of Bvownsburg. • Joining Harris in the defensive backfield were Mike Burton of AA champion Greenfield Central, Scott Sh'aw of Mishawaka and Al Riepfca of South Bend Washington. Rzepka, who also. tied with Cathedral's Dave Zaipp as second-team quarterb'ask, was the only junior on be first team. • •The only other 'repeater from the 1972 AP first team' was kicking specialist Daive Reeve of Bloominglon South. Reeve handled' the extra point and field goal chores for the Panthers ami made 10 of 16 field goal tries this season, including one from 42 yards, ••' To be announced Wednesday MVP bugs Stargell PITTSBURGH (AP) - Willie St'BFgell will likely learn tonigtv whether he has been naniec Most Valuable Player in baseball's National League. Yet his questions about the award go beyond who's going to get it. "I'm dot realiy surs what constitutes the MVP in the eyes of the witters wl-.o <8o the selecting," the Pittsburgh Pirate outfielder said this week. "If I knew She criteria would probably be the greatest Regenold, ALAC top Summitville ' SUMMITyiLLE — Jim Rege- ircld Blistered the nets for' 44 points here Monday night, pacing ALAC Garment Services to an opening 133-76 the host AC'S. romp over The former Madison Heights and Ball State standout ripped the nets for 21 field goals and added a pair of free throws as ALAC plated five players in double figures. The Anderson squad took a quick 31-13 first quarter edge and was never threatened. A fourth Quarter percentage of .646. Yet Pitts- ssnge which saw ALAC blitz burgh finished in third place. Summitville 37-21 turned 'the game into :a rout. Jovan Price chipped in 22 points -for ALAC, while Jim Kirkwood paced the Summitville attack with 33 pointe. Tlie Anderson unit, returns to action tonight, as it tests tte Anderson College junior-varsity si 5:30 p.m. at the 0. C. Lewis gymnasium. ALAC Summitville ALAC—Hegtrrofld 4'4, Price 22, Fell IB, R«ter IB, Quarrels IS, Hicks 8, Harvey 7. Summitvilte—Kirkwood 33. Milter 23, C;knvcll 5. Grrps'nter 5, Paulson 1. Christopher 2. Sralt* 2, Vinsra I, TOMn 1\ Thomas 0, Gannon 0, Veter 0. Passing pair heads 'Shrine' additions SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Quarterbacks Gary Miarangi of Boston College and Norxis Weese of Mississippi were amWig five plaiyera named today to tine East squad for the 49Ui Shrine East-West footbal game scheduled here Dec. 29. Wife receivers Don Clune of Pennsylvania and Larry Van Loan of Navy also were added : to are team, along 'with Colgate; running back Mark Van Eeg- hen honor I could ever have he-i It has been widely written stowed on me," 'he added, "bu: I really can't say I know what the award means." Ballots -are cast at the end o ttie regular season, so playofi performances are not a factor. However, Stargell is uncer tain whether the'MVP is the player who has the best season regardless of how his team fares, or wheiher it is the player who does tfce most to 'help his 'team win a .division title. He says the latter seemed to hold true last year when John, ny Bench of Oincinnaii got the nod over Billy Williams of ttie Chicago Cubs. Yet the year before,' Stargel led Pittsburgh to a division crown and finished second to Joe Torre'nS St. 'Louis in She ballottng by 24 baseball writers two in each Nation-al League "I was shocked and disappointed in '71," Stargell acknowledged, "and I made up my mind .then that I would never build my hopes up again." Stangell batted .299 last season, ™d ! he led the mfojors with 44 'home runs, 119 runs batted in, 43 doubles and a siuggini OSU practices off limits-again o COLUMBUS, Ofcio (AP) — fcach Woody Hayes locked up lis Ohio State football practice Monday, and told reporters 'I'm sorry we can't let you in to practice, but if we let one in we have to let all of you in." The Ohio State coach was fol owing 'his usual procedure o closing practice the week of the crucial game against Michigan. The Buckeyes are 9-0 anc Michigan is Saturday in vised game that will decide the Big Ten Conference champion and a Rose Bow! berth. Both teams have 7-0 conference records. Hayes said Ohio State plans .0 install a few new winkles for ttie Wolverines. "As the season goes along, you always put in some new hings," he said. "This week will be no exception." Hayes said his team would be in good physical shape for the game. 10-0. They meel a nationally tele- INDOOR PARKING S 18 M A MONTH Heated and Lighted TOWN MOTEL 10th and Main A43-6938 that the two top candidates for this year's MVP are Stargell Cincinnati's Pete Rose, who 'helped the Reds to the NL West title. "There's a bunch of guys who had fine seasons, and I don't know why everybody isolate me and Rose," Stargell said, "but that's the way it seems to be." He noted that a fan had sent say I'm competing Rose," he began. him a letter listing the statistics of the league's top players, and Stargell read from that accurate list to illustrate a point. "They against "Well, he drove in 64, runs "and I had 119; he had five homes runs and I had 44; he had 49 extra-base hits and I had 90. "Now," Stargell continued, "which one of us is the MVP" You tell me?" Gibron receives vote of confidence CHICAGO (AP) _. Owner George Halas of the stumbling Obi'oago Bears Monday reaffirmed Ms confidence in Coaicb Abe Gibron. "I've had Abe as a player, an assistant coach, and a head co'ach, I know what he can do," Halas told the Chicago Quarterback Club. "I don't think he needs a vote of confidence. He has one." He ate'o tad a 30-7 loss to the Detroit Lions Sunday. It left Gibron and the Bears with a 3-7 record following a 4-9-1 mark in his debut as head coach last season in the National Football League. Gibron jury early in the second quarter with the score tied 7-7 and rookie Gary Huff came in to throw four interceptions which more or less fed the game to the Lions. Douglass is expected to face the undefeated Minnesota Vikings at Minnesota *his Sunday. "Right now ' we are concentrating on winning the four games we have left.'' " H Gibron. "We play the again at Detroit, and I have no doubt we can beat them. "We're a young team making mistakes and that's my fault. We have 23 kids who are practically rookies. When iaey play also addressed the tor awhile, we'll be a respect- Quarterback Club, assenting that if quarterback Bobby Douglass had not been injured, the Bears could have beaten the Lions at Soldier Field Sunday. ' Douglass suffered a knee in- Third quarter lull defeats Wilson 'A' Ge'ater Center 'A' rode a strong third quarter surge Saturday night, turning back . a stubborn Wilson Boys' Club 'A' squad, 96-92, in Central Indiana Community Center Sports League station. After tailing 31-28 at the first stop, Gealer turned a 54-47 half- toie deficit into an 81-68 advantage entering (tie home stretch by butzing Wilson's 34-14 in the •ally sriod. A fourth quarter Wilson's fell short of said Lions able team, a good team.' ' Halas said the Bears are "three players from being a great team. If we can get the quality players we need,- we'll pay the price." Both Halas and Gibion expressed displeasure wilh the field goal's domination of pro football' coring. "At the moment, I prefer that the main change be moving the goal posts from the front to the back of the end zone," said Halas. changes :eanis. By TIIE ASSOCIATED I'HESS Top-ranked Ohio Stale lost a tlile ground to Alabama but maintained a 60-point lead over jne Crimson Tide today in Tlie Associated Press college football ratings, which showed no among the top 13 The Buckeyes tuned up for Saturday's Big Ten showdown with No. 4 Michigan by trounc- rvg Iowa . 55-j3. That earned tern 34 first-place votes and 1,142 points from the panel of 62 sports writers and broadcasters who participated in tills week's poll. Runner-up Alabama prepared 'or its Southeastern Conference sboatoul with No. 7 Louisiana State on Thanksgiving by whip- >ing (Miami or Florida 43-13. nhc Crimson Tide received 16 irct-place ballols and 1,002 winls. Last week's margin was 1,130-1,068. Oklahoma:, ralcd third, .rimmed Kansas 4fl-20 and New Bkizer couch Andy Bathgate, a former star in the NHL, checks ihe sharpness of his skales after being 'named the new head coach of the WHA's Vancouver Blazers. Under Pliil Watson, who was both coach and general managRr, the Blazers had struggled to just six wins in 19 outings, this year, and were bogged down in fifth place in the WHA's Weslern Division. Bucks, Michigan play for all the 'bananas' COLUMBUS, Ohio .(AP) the mark. ("There's a lot of bananas hang- Jesse Nunn's 19 poinls andjj?* ™^ s OIW ^ ^ ^' Larry Harris' 15 markers topped! "" ""'""" " "" "" """"' he Gealer effort, while Terry flay took game-high honors for Wilson with 23 points. Bob Rody added 17. ieater 'A' Ison 'A' Vil! 19 .M 23 U 15—96 24—9 ssteT—Nirrni 19. Hsrrs 115, J. Co: . English 13, Warner in. King 7 Vflsc-n 6, Maxwell 4. D. Cox 3, An enscfn 2 Bumftre 2. WBsm—May 23, Ksdy 17, McCloud , FeelTlstK \K; Baker 8, Taylor 8 Powell 7. Page 3. 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"Who ' You can and still questions. We'll let you fellows decide that." Tide inches upwards; polls in 6 hohT position one got . ceived Dame 49-10 winner over Ohio University, earned 672. 1/SU 'held onto seventh place with 577 pffinlts following a 26-7 decision over Mfesis-ipp5 Stale. JCLA cnisiicd Oregon State 5614 'and stayed In eighth place vith 469 points. Ninth-ranked Southern OaBforoia, UCLA's ri- (his week, defeated Washington 42-19 and received 407 Virginia ousts football coach, Randle in line CHARiLOTTESVILLE, Va. AP)—Don Lawrence, .let out after three years in which he compiled an 11-22 record 'as the Jniversily of Virginia's head oottoall coach, says "if they don't back the next coach to .he MM, they aren't going to win (for at least 10 years." • But Lawrence, wlio got the word tatoul 7:45 p. m. Monday lis contact would not be re newcd, insisted "I'm not upset or mad er anything like llia'L H would be silly for me to be Ida way. I hope the Virginia people totally back the man who takes my place." That man could be Ulim Shannon "Sonny" Randle, whi has directed East Carolina's Pi rales to Sojutlhcrn Conference championships flhe last two sea sons while compiling an over-all record a'tter going 4-6 in his first year als a lica< coadi. i Handle, a 37 ; year-old Univer sity of Virginia alumnus who spent " years ias a wi<ie «=eiv- .wiled down nine first-place votes and 973 points. The Soon- ens can clinch the Big Eight Norlii Carolina State jumped title Friday if they beat lotti- I'anked Nebraska. The next three teams — Michigan, Notre Dame ami Peiw Stale — each received first-place vole, by Purdue 34-9 Michigan and re 845 poc'nts, Me Notre •got 760 and Pemi St Nebraska rounded out the 'op Ten 'again witili 391 points flier downing Kansas State SOIL . Texas, Texas Tech and Ari- «mn SI'ale' remained 11(6, I2tili ind 13lih. but Missouri lost to owa Stale 17-7 Mi'd dropped rom 14Uli to a lie for 19* louston, idle last weekend, noved .up one position to re- ilace Missouri. Miami of Ohio, w ti i c h lias completed a 10-0 regular season, cliiwbed from 17th to 15th. 16th, lost to Mississippi 28-18 and fell out of the Top Twenty. '; from 20tili to 16th, followed by - Tu'lane, OWahoma State and ! Missouri, with Kansas «1KJ,, Pittebuiigh deadlocked for 20th. ! Arizona also dropped {mm I the Top Twenty, losing to Air ! Force 27-26. ! Ttie Top Twenty, with first-] place votes in parentheses, sea 1 - j son records total points. Points tabulated nn basis of 20-1 18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1: I 1,143 1,082 973 645 760 672 677 469 407 391 283 215 195 114 70 30 29 16 15 14 14 1. Ohio State (34) 9-0-0 2. Alabama (16) 9-0-0 .1. Oklahoma (9) 8-0-1 4. Michigan (1) 10-0-0 5. Noire Dime (1) 9-0-0 6. Ponn State (l) 10-0-0 7. LouWana Stalls 9*0 8. UCLA 9-1-0 9. So. California 8-1-1 lD. Nebraska 8-1-1 H. Texas 7-2-0 9-1-0 9-1-0 8-1-0 10-0-0 VI. Texas Tech 13. Arizona State 14. Houston 15. Miami, Ohio 16. No. Carolina St. 7-3-0 17. Tiflane 18. OWatonw 1!). Missouri 20. (tie) Me 8-1-0 Slate 5-2-2 7-3-0 Kansas PlUsbuingh 6-3-1 6-3-J Others recoivinig violes, listed . Arizona, East .. Carolina, Georgia, Harvard, check the si a come up with Hayes said OWo Slate would be in excellent physical shape ,„_„ i League teams, is known to be .n™ interested 'in the Virginia poslj and plans to be in this area over Hie " . . . Like R-andle, the 36-year-old ils bid for its third Rose Lawrence is a former pro play- Bowl trip in the last four years. He said safety Rich Parsons and wingback Brian Baschnagel, who missed a 55-13 victory over Iowa with injuries i a si said. "I mean that as 'a com-jweek, would be ready, pliment, too. ~ The people alj Tailback Archie Griffin, who est personal" adm'iwticn" for pssible national crown, Coach each position at both scho- 1 - - •- of the Year possibility, Outland come out if the same mold." holiday. Thainksgivinfi Day er, having spent Uirce years with the Washington Redskins after '-' ' ' from his graduation Notre Dame. in 1959 AtWetic Director Gene Corrigan, ex- jressing early today his "great- and Heisman Trophy considera- ions "plus half a dozen Ail- American honors with an out- a ' school record 246 [yards against the Hawkeyes, succesor would begin mme- Sarkkinen said i', takes a full' was named the OSU Back ofjdiately but would net .elaborate ' Lawrence, said the search for a imme- standing performance." Jof'the game, the tempo will The former Ohio State All-change with a mistake. Most of American end said, "There art:all, the winner will make the no favorites, no underdogs hi;big play." 60 minutes to win this one, add-jthe Week. Corncrback Tim Fox'on persons 'he 'had in mind, ing, "Somewhere in the course ,his one. It will be a hammer and anvil type of game." Sarkkinen, who missed As expected, Woody Hayes locked the practice door gates six'and told writers at his weekly james in the series because of I news conference Monday, "If ligh school coaching and serv-!we let one in, we have to let all ce, said the current Michigan! of you in." and Ohio State teams are the| Hayes said he would leave test ones. "You always predictions of the outcome be- go with the tween the 9-0 Buckeyes and 10-0 >resent," he said, "because of I Wolverines to writers. LOWEST NEW CAR LOAN RATES IN TOWN! SHOP AND COMPARE AMOUNT _MNANCE£ ~S200(T 2500 3000 4000 JPATMINIJ. 36* 3£° 36> MONTHLY fATMENTS_ 79.17 »5.I4 127.71 TOT* PAYM $23 ., 21 34 46 9 - 3 ' "" •Shorter T«rms If Preferred. 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