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Page Tipton 7th, 8th Grades Triumph In Cage Openers Against Windfall The seventh and eighth grade teams, playing at Windfall.Thur­ sday Nov. 13 came away with sound victories under their belts. Team work and hustle were the major factors contributing to the fine wins. Tiie eighth grade score was 57 to 32 and the seventh graders won ov a score of 49 to 3-1. 1 eading the offensive attack for -the eighth grade was Fred Cox with 21 points. Jeff Landrum had 13. Others contributing much to the offensive attack were Mike Smith and Randy Gilliam. A fine pressing defense was effective in breaking up theMVindfali attack. Standouts on. defense include: Rick Cauble, Fred Cox, and Mike. Smith. Many reserves saw action and Two that turned in fine performances were Jerry Karnes and Jeff Hunter. • The offensive standouts for the seventh grade were Jeff Fettig with 19 points and Mike Scott with eight points; The seventh graders took an early lead and ended up the first half with a 10-pointlead. At the end of the third quarter, they were ahead by 25 points-. Many reserves entered the game in the fourth quarter. The eighth crade standouts for Windfall -were Dewitt and Luster with ten points and Miller with eight. Ford led the seventh grade with 17 points. The next seventh and eighth grade games will be with Hamilton Heights on Tuesday eveningat 6:30. • ~ • • ' ' EIGHTH GRADE BOX SCORE PLAYER Fg Ft Pts. Fouls Gilliam, R. 2 1 5 5 Smith, M. 3 2 8 2 Cox, F. 9 3 21 1 Landrum, J. 6 1 13 4 Cauble, R. 0 1 1 4 Miller, M. 1 0 2 3 Howery, G. 0 .0 0 0 Fernung, S. 0 0. 0 0 Karnes, J. 2 0 . 0 4 Hunter, J. 1 1 0 3 McKinsey, J. 0 0 0 0 Fakes, V. « 0 0 0 0 Kleyla, K. 0 0 1. 0 Altherr, K. 0 0 0 0 Burris, E. 0 0 0 0 Patiiiore, M." 0 0 0 0 Maxey, T. 0 0 6 0 Alley, G. 0 0 0 0 Jaqua, B c 0 0 0 0 Ehmaji, B. 0 0 0 0 Acres, J. 0 0 0 0 WINDFALL Luster 3 4 10 4 Green 0 0 0 2 Dewitt 4 2 10 3 Clouser 0 2 2 4 Miller 3 2 8 3 Davis 0 2 2 0 Bohlander o- 0 0 0 Lee 0 0 0 1 TIPTON SEVENTH GRADE PLAYER Ballard 0 0 0 1 Arnold 2 1 5 0 Scott 4 0 8 3 Fettig 9 1 19 2 Baxter . 2 1 5 1 McKinney 2 0 4 ' 1 Planalp 2 0 4 2 Jones 0 0 0 1 Smith 0 0 0 0 Bath 0 0 0 2 Stroup 1 0 2 0 M,cDanieIs. 0 0 0 1 Sullivan ' 0 0 0 0. Nichols- 0 0 ,0 0 Smith, F. 0 0 0 0 Dane 1 0 2 0 Fg Ft Pts. Fouls Meloche 0 0 0, 0 Hankins 0 0 0 0 Butler 0 0. 0 0 Sherrill 0 0 ' .0 1 Stamps 0 0 0 0 Rice 0 0 0 0 Koors 0 0 0 0 WINDFALL SEVENTH GRADE Ford 7 3 17 1 Martin 2 - 0 4 4 , Lee 1 2 4 4 Long, L. 2 1 5 0 Dever 0 0 .0 1 Wallen 0 0 0 o McKay 0 0 0 o Thompson ,2 0 4- 2 'Long, R. 0 0 0 0 Summers 0 0 0 "1 1 Quotes In the Newtj Yourvbest defense WE PAY YOU. L PAY collision coverage UNR)I;TUNATI-:I..Y , at most football games all the collisions aren't on the field. Many of them occur in the stadium parking lot. Your best defense? Famous 80-20 collision coverage, from Farm Bureau Insurance. Estimates nre that it will.^ost SI20 to repair this car. With 80-20 collision coverage this young couple would pay only 207o— or'S24. Farm Bureau Insurance would pay the remaining S96. 80-20 . . . where you pay only 207, of every collision loss upUo $200, and nothing above that. The most you can ever pay for any one Joss is $40... even if your car is totally demolished. So when you head for the game . . .the neighborhood shopping center . . .or any place where (here's lots of traffic, put up your best defense. Make sure you're protected by.80-20 collision coverage,, from Farm Bureau Insurance. * '• - Insurance Get tie low cost for vour car. GET THE LOW COST OF 80-20 COLLISION COVERAGE HERE John Woods Agent Kerry Drake Agent Gene Whisler Co. Mgr Phone I 120 Ash Street Tipton THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Tipton Basket b!o II Scrimmage Va rsity,Rese rve •' ' ' • i The Tipton High School basketball team will go through a game type scrimmage on Tuesday evening November 18th at 6:30 p.m. Season tickets will be sold at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this scrimmage. Tipton High School Basketball Roster 1969-70 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1969 Buckeyes Get #1 Vote RESERVE ROSTER Class Wht. Blue Hgt. Wgt. Pos. Mike Grimme 12 20 21 5'10" 140 G Jeff Neff * 12 22 23 5*11" 150 G-F Mike Zimmerman * 12 24 25. 5' 7" 130 G. Ken Day * 12 .30 31 6'4" 1.80 F Doug Legg * 12 32 33 5'11" 175 G Darrell Elston ** 12 40 41 6' 3" 195 F Rod Miller * 12 44. 45 • 6' 5" 205 C John Wolf 12 52 53 6' 4" 170 C Tim Hoover 12 54 55 6' 3" 205 C Bob Richardson 11 50 51 '- 6' 150 G-F Jim York 11 .42 43 6' 150 F Jeff Juday . 10 34 35 5'11" 155 G-F (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) By United Press Internationa] SPACE CENTER, Houston- Apollo 12 astronaut Richard F. Gordon, sumrai g up America's second lunar landing voyage: "We're all three in good spirits, doing great, we exercise, we slept well, the food's been good, we've lots of cold water to. "drink and we've enjoyed the scenery, but vve do miss the good people back home." . WASHINGTON • - Attorney General John N. Mitchell, pleased that most of the antiwar demonstrators in the nation's capital were peaceful, said - of violence spawned by radicals: . "I see ho reason to condone • the illegal actions of a hard core of militants merely 'because they were undertaken during a peace demonstration." Principal - Dorman Rogers Ath. Dir. - John Moses Coach - John Moses Managers - Asst. Coach - Tim Renie Enrollment - 840 Conference - Central Indiana Cheerleaders 1968-69 Record - 9-13 Colors - Royal Blue and White Song - Hail Tipton Nicknames - Blue Devils ! Class Wht. Blue -' Hgt. Freeman Cook 10 10 11 5'10" Greg Little 10 11 13 . 5' 8" Brynolf Lyon 10 14 15- 5'10" John Hughey••• . I 10 .20 21 , ". 5* 6" Bill Sullivan : 10 22 .23 5* 8" Gordon Burris . 10 '24 25 5' 8" Dan York 10 •30 31 5* 7" Jim York 11 32 33 • 6 J ' Jeff Juday 10 34 . .35 ; 5 *ii" Bob Richardson . 1 11 .40 41. 6* David Boyd I .. 10 42' 43 5' 9" Tim 'Clouser 10 . 44 45 6* Mark Head : .' 10 50 51 5' 8" Brad Heath ;•• io 52 - 53 . 6*. ' Jerry Cage 10 54 55 • 6' 1" Gym Capacity - 3000 Ticket Manager- Dave Reasner Mike Harper Larry. Essig Debbie Graham Marsha McElfresh Jane Powell Robin Yohe Laurel-Zehner, David Winks • Coach • Cubs Acquire Gamble,Selvna In Tim Renie CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago . Cubs, whose September collapse cost them the National League pennant, moved today to bolster their- outfield for a championship drive in 1970, sending pitcher Dick S.elma and rookie outfielder Oscar Gamble to the Philadelphia Phillies for Johnny Callison. Callison, 30, will be established in right field, Cubs Manager Leo Durocher said, and probably Jim Hickman will be placed in cenferfield. Hickman was one of three players platobned in .. right field by Durocher last year, He hit ;237. Callison, who broke into baaeball in the Chicago White Sox farm system and began his' major league • career with the Sox, has j been on the National League All-Star team twice. A left-handed hitter, he has 189 career homers, 185- of them with Philadelphia, to rank .fourth on ! the Phillies all-time home-run! list.- Gamble! 19, was regarded as a bright 'prospect by the Cubs, who called him up from their. San - Antonio farm team* last Aug. 24. [He batted .225 in 24 games with the Cubs, playing centerfield most of the time. He was rated as having a strong arm, great speed and a solid bat. Defensive inexperience is jiis major handicap,. ' . .Selma,. 26, was acquired by . the Cubs from San Diego for pitchers Joe Niekro and Gary. Ross April j 24. He had a 12-10 won lost record, for the season; Wgt. 130 ' : 125 140 120 130 140 145 150 155 •150 160 145 ,155 150 175 •Cheerleaders - Becky Gipson Natalie Green . Linda Lambert Debbie Harmon NEW YORK (UPIh- The. New York Mets announced Wednesday that former National League All-Star shortstop Roy McMillan' will manage their T idewater, *Va„ Triple A farm club in the International League next'season, He succeeds Clyde McCullough; who has- been named to the newly created position of roving instructor in. the minor leagues, .' DRIVERS LISTED . WESTPORT, Conn. (UPI)- A record of 377. drivers were lisTfed Wednesday by the Sports •Car Club'o America as official entrants for the American Road Race of Champions ^at Daytona:. International Speedway •••Nov.-, 2530. The ARRC will determine. national; champions . for 21 competition classes. ^; Lees JC Drops Oyf VINCENNES, Ind, (UPI)^' Lees Junior College at Jackson Ky., dropped out of .jthe Vin- cehnes University junior college basketball tourney aiid|was replaced Monday by Ohio Valley Junior College of Parkersburg, W.Va. • ^ •).-• | •" • Lees dropped its entire schedule because! 13 squad members quit. I. •' : | The two-day' tourney begins Friday night with OUiey, 111., Junior College against Parkland Community , College of Champaign, 111.-, in the first game, Vincennes plays Ohio Valley in the second game, NEW. YORK .. (UPI)— While the others get the bowl bids,• mighty Ohio State simply gets all the votes. ; The powerful Buckeyes,, who put on an awesome performance in demolishing Purdue,' -42-14, Saturday, were named ..' the nation's . No. 1 college football team- for the ninth consecutive week Monday. Ohio State, unable to accept a bowl bid because of Big Ten policies, received 33 first-place and two- second-place votes from the 35-member' United ' Press International Board of. Coaches The total was good for 348 points, easily outdistancing second-place Texas. Texas earned two first-place votes and 305 points." The Longhorns will meet Arkansas, which finished fourth this week, on Dec. 6 for a Cotton Bowl berth against Notre Dame. -Perm State, the nation's No! 3 team, will go to the : Orange 'Bowl to play Missouri, which .moved up to sixth this week. Southern'California, the No. 5 team this week, will meet seventh-ranked UCLA in "their traditional rivalry. Saturday to decide the Western representative in the Rose Bowl. Louisiana State,, which finished eighth in the balloting, has hot- decided whether to accept a Peach Bowl bid, Notre' Dame, ranked ninth, broke a 45-year tradition by accepting a bid. to the Cotton Bowl. ' Tennessee, the nation's No. 10 team, will play in "the.Gator 'Bowl. . ^ Five coaches from each of the seven geographical areas of the nation comprise the UPI ratings board. Each week they select the top 10 college teams in the nation, with points; awarded on a 10-9-/-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis • on votes from first through 10th, .-''.'Bucs Grab 8th In 9 Games Carrier Nets 30 For Colonels . By United Press International If a team can't keep up with the Jones' boy it just doesn't rate first; place in the ABA. .Jimmy j Jones led New Orleans»to a 115-109 victory over the Pittsburgh Pipers Monday night with 23 points as the Bucs gained sole possession of first place in. the Eastern Division of the American Basketball Asso 1 ciation, The night started with." New Orleans in a three-way tie for the lead with Washington and idle Los . Angeles. Washington lost a 137-120 * decision, to Kentucky and. fell a game, off the pace. New Orleans' ' remarkable surge of eight victories'-in its last nine-games has been a team effort. Jackie Moreland scored 22" points for the Bucs Monday night and Red Robbins grabbed..20 rebounds in domin-, ating the boards.' Tom Washington - netted 24 points'. for Pittsburgh and Charlie Williams added 22. Darel Carrier's" 30 points paced Kentucky to its win over Washington, which felt the effect of George Carter's knee injury that will. sideline the Caps' forward for about a month. Mike Barrett, a substitute backcourt man, tallied 26 points for Washington. • Most Bowl Lineups ND In back DETROIT: Detroit's right safety Tom; Vaaga (48) pounces on St, Louis'right shaw (33, on bottom) after Vaughn blocked a short pass intended for Crenshaw the final quarter of play at Tiger Stadium, Detroit defeated St'. Louis 20-0. UPI Willis Cren-. November 16 in TELEPHOTO Y o u r D a i I y Newspa per.,« Brimful of WhatlnterestsYou Take Advantage During these bad weathe weeks have your Tipton Daily Tribune delivered to your ' HOME! . DIAL: 675-2115 and start your subscription! See It Here First! Carriers in : Atlanta, Arcadia, Windfall, Sharpsville, ' Kemp.cn — / By United Press International IT'll be Notre Dame against the. winner of the Dec, 6 Texas- Arkansas game in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1— and how much more glamour do you need to start the era-of the. 1970s in . college football? • Changing a policy that had lasted since 1925 when Notre Dame-took, its Four Horsemen to the Rose Bowl, the Fighting Irish accepted an invitation Monday to • play "in the Cotton Bowl.- The host team will be. determined on Dec, 6 : when; Texas • plays Arkansas in a / matchup of the second-ranked and fourth-ranked' teams in the- country. • y . Notre Dame,... with a ,7-1-1 record, is rankedninth. - _ While Notre Dame's „ acceptance of a bowl bid monopolized the football. news, other bowls ^were lining up attractive pairings as follows:. Rose 'Bowl: Michigan or Purdue vs. UCLA or. Southern California. . Orange Bow!: Penn State vs. Missouri. Sugar Bowl: Mississippi. Arkansas or Texas. Liberty Bowl: Alabama unnamed opponent. . Gator Bowl: Tennessee vs. Florida. • - Sun: -Bowl: Georgia vs.' Nebraska. Peach Bowl: South "arolina 'vs. unn . mws opponwnt. . Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl: Hous-; -ton vs. Auburn. ' . vs. vs.. Major College Ratings NEW YORK. (UPI)-The ... United • Press International top major college football teams with first place votes and won- lost-tied records in parentheses^ (Niiitn week). Team -. '. Points 1. Ohio St. (33) (8-0) 348 2. Texas (2) (8-0) 305 ^3. Penn St. (8-0) 228 4. Arkansas (8-0) 213 5. Sou. Cai. (8-0-1). 183 , Missouri (8-1) 174 UCLA (8-0-1) 163 LSU (8-1) : 92 Notre Dame (7-i-l) 71 (7-1) .13. Mississippi (6-3) 14. Stanford (6-2-1) 15. Houston (6-2) 16." (tie) Florida (7-1 ...(tie) Purdue (7-?) 18. Georgia (5-3-1) 19. Nebraska (7-2) 18 17 6 4 4 3 2 ABA 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. Tennessee (7-2) 12. Michigan (7-2) 11. Aburn 33 22 & Monday's Results New Orleans 115 Pittsburgh 109 Kentucky 137 Washington 120 (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Indiana at Denver Washngtn at New Orleans (Only games-scheduled)

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