The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 20, 1969 · Page 4
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Page 4 NHL THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Black Hawks Tie Rangers As Golden let Plays 16 Minutes There were none of those • Hollywood heroics to mark the return of Bobby Hull to the Chicago Black Hawks' lineup for . the first time this season. There were no crushing checks to stave off a sure goal or a last-minute victory charge. Instead/ Hull played only 16 minutes and took only seven shots Wednesday night as the Black Hawks came from behind- to tie the New York Rangers, 11; on a third-period tally by Gerry Pinder. It was the first time in seven games that the Hawks didn't win. "I'm just . glad we didn't lose," Hull said afterwards. "It was beginning to come back to me at the end. I could take the puck and go a little better." The Black Hawks, who finished last in the NHL's Eastern Division last year, opened with losses in their first five games before their current streak. Hull sat out the first 14 games in a contract dispute. . In other NHL . games, Ab McDonald scored three goals on the first three shots he took, to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-0 victory over, the Pittsburgh Penguins, Frank Mahoylich got the 11th three-goal hat trick of his career as the Detrjoit Red Wings rallied for a 5-5 tie with the Montreal Canadiens, the Oakland Seals beat the Minnesota North Stars, 4-2, and the Toronto Maple Leafs tied the Los Angeles Kings, 4-4. BOWUNO Bob Leach established a season eries City Bullets Take Second Place As Cincy and Phoenix Fail By JOHN JEANSONNE UPI Sports Writer (' The National Basketball Association waits for no man. 1 It somehow has gone on without Bill' Russell and Wednesday night" it went on without Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin' Baylor and . even Bob Cousy. The Los Angeles Lakers won and the Cincinnati Royals lost. The score was 116-103. Chamberlain, Baylor and Egan all were shelved with • injuries but the slack was taken up by two rookies—Dick Garrett of Southern Illinois and Rick Roberson of Cincinnati— and a fellow named Jerry West, who scored 32 points. Roberson filled in for Chamberlain with 15 rebounds and 12 points and Garrett scored 26 points. Cousy, who at 41 is trying to make the Royals' team (he has a^good chance because he's the coach), suited up for the first IIMSG1 S-P-E-C-I-A-L! USED CAR SALE SALE GOOD UNTIL THANKSGIVING 1969 DODGE Coronet 500, P S, P B, Automatic Transmission $2,595,00 1968 CHRYSLER 300, 2dr., Hardtop, PS, P B, Automatic Transmission $2,895.00 1967 FURY, 2dr., 6 cylinder, Standard Shift t>—; : _i. $1,195.00 1967 PONTIAC GTO, 4 Speed, $2,095.00 1968 B-LYMOUTH Fury m, 4dr., PS.PB, 'Automatic Transmission $2,095.00 1967 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 dr., Hardtop, P S, P B, Automatic Transmission 2 to choose from $1,895.00 1967 CHEVELLE, Standard Shift, _ 396, 4 speed, P S, P B, $1,895.00 1967 CHEVELLE Malibu, 4dr s , V 8 . $1,495.00 1967 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr., P S, P B, Standard Shift $1,495.00 1966 CHEVROLET Newport, 2dr., Hardtop, P S, P B, Standard Shift $1,595.00 CHRYSLER Newport, . 4 dr.* Hardtop, P S, P B, Automatic Transmission $1,495.00 1965 CHRYSLER 300L/2 dr., Hardtop, P S, P 3, Automatic Transmission , $1,295.00 Several Older Models from $195.00 5 GAL. OF GAS FREE FOR, EACH $100 UP TO 100 GAL.I Good Selection Of 1969 Models Never Titled! Discount Up To 30% It's a fact. . .you cannot buy a new- Chrysler. . .Dodge or Plymouth, comparably equipped anywhere for less money than here! See Ken Achenbach Walt Overdorf Clyde Overdirf Clyde Overdorf Motors, Inc. E. on S.R. 28 - 675-7426 time since being reactivated as a player but did not get into the game. I Maybe he should' Have, because the Royals hit only 36 per cent from the floor arid their high scorer — Oscar Robertson with 21—made only seven of 20 field goals. In a doubleheader at Philadelphia, San Diego downed the 76ers, 125-116* and Baltimore coasted past Phoenix, 133118. Boston defeated Chicago, 122-106, and Atlanta, stopped Seattle, 137-116, in the only other game scheduled. John Block poured in 33 points to lead the Rockets, who were ahead by only 108-104 with 4:17 remaining but- exploded for nine " straight points to clinch their first victory in five tries on the 76er court. Jack Marin scored 22 points and Gus Johnson scored 21 as seven Bullets scored in double figures and broke the game open with a 10-point surge in the second period. Johp .Havlicek scored 21 points for the Celtics, whose second straight win wasn't enough to get them out of the Eastern Division cellar, and Joe Caldwell, who finished with 34" points, and Lou Hudson, who. scored 29, sparked a fourth- quarter rally which carried the Hawks to their 13th victory in 18 games. mark by rolling a 714 in the Men's League\Wednesday night. Yancey Phillips"of S&D Camper Sales, rolled the high individual game 287 to pace S&.D's shutout of Farmer's Loan & Trust. Bob Leach bowled second high game of 243. TEAM STANDINGS WON :LOST S&D Camper Sales 34 14 Ti-On Lounge 34l" 14 Davis Hybird 31 17 F. Ray Hull & Son 30 , 18 Farmers Loan & Trust 29 19 Dick Sanburn, Inc. • 28 . 20 Quick Wash 28 20 Jim Dandy Drive In 27. 21 Manufacturer's Life v Ins. 25 23 Team #22 24 . 24 Ti-On Lounge #1 24 24 Clifford Shell 24 24 Tipton Cleaners 24 24 Vances Lounge , 22 26 American Legion #1 21 27 Brown's. Barber Shop 21 27 Tebco 19 J . 29 Tipton American Legion #2 Ross & Doggett Wimers Harper's Real Estate Shoffrier's Bar TEAM McCovey Named MVP SAN FRANCISCO [OPI - Ta day! without question, is the greatest day in the life of Willie Lee McCovey, premier slugger who was named the National Lea-f gue's Most Valuable Player of 1969. / "Winning the award," said the 31-year-old San Franciscobacnf etor, "puts the finishing touches, to my greatest year." McCovey, "who put fear in the hearts of many a National Leap gue pitcher-and a few managers as well-this past season, now has won both the rookie and MVP awards and has been namf ed in the NL All-Star Team four times. . I, THURSDAY-, NOVEMBER 20, 1969 In Short Supply . Tiptoh ; County clerk's office reported today that they have issued 100 deer hunting : license for firearms and 58 for bow and arrow hunting... There are only two archery hunting permits left for sale and the firearms license supply has been sold out. Deer hunters may soonbeable to do jtheif hunting ur- their own backyards as reports continue to filter in that; deer have^een observed roaming the country side ui Tipton County as well as nearby counties. . - ; Hunting season for deer opens 18 | 30 18 30 17 31 16-1/2 31-1/2 15-1/2 32-1/2 RESULTS Jim Dandy {Bob Leach 714) over Ti-On Lounge #1 (Red Stacey-527 )74 -0.. S&D Camper Sales (Yancey Phillips 694) over Farmers Loan & Trust (Jim Mahaney 580) 4-0." ; Manufacturers Life Ins. (E. Fratus 467) over Clifford's Shell (Wayne Zook 510) 3-1. •!. Sanburn's (John Baker 607) over Team #22 (M. Crawley 537) 4-0. ' j Ti-On Lounge #2 (DobbiejMyers 520) oyer Davis Hybirds (Chuck Lock^vjood ~ 507) 3-1. in Indiana on November 22.and runs, through December, 3 for firearms and through December . 12'with bow and arrow. This week motorists have reported a doe and two fawns were seen in the southwest section.of ' Tipton County. A buck was observed in the northern.area. It hasn't been .to long ago that'a deer was killed on the corner of. Jefferson and Conde streets by aL passing motorist. . Noblesville residents reported that a deer was seen running loose early Saturday on the southwest side of the cityi • The fullgrown eight or ten point buck disappeared and has not been* seen since. A deer was killed Friday on Indiana 32 near Noblesville and a few days earlier a deer was hit by a passing motorist near Anderson. PLAYERS- STRANDED HOUSTON .(UPI) - Four Houston Oiler football players were stranded 13 hours during an offshore fishing trip when their boat motor quit, it was 'reported Monday. Ode Bur'rell; Ken Houston, Tom. Domres and Garland Boyette were located by a county sheriffs boat and towed ashore uninjured. , IV. TECH Region V "A New System of State Supported Colleges" TWO-YEAR TECHNICAL DEGREE PROGRAM BEGINNING FALL SEMESTER 1969: • ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY • SECRETARIAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY • INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY • MECHANICAL DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY - DATA PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY CLASSES BEGIN DECEMBER 1 Registration November 24, 25, 1 to 4 p.m. and 6.to 8-p.m^ For Information Contact Counselor's Office INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE REGION V - K0K0M0. INDIANA - PH. 453-5880 WINTER 1969 PART-TIME PROGRAMS Degree Program (Winter Quarter) 2202 Accouting O (3 cr.; $30) (Sec. 2) 0201 Communication Skills 1(3 cr.; $30) 0202 Communication Skills II (3 cr.-, $30) 0342 Technical Mathematics II (5 cr.; • $50) (Sec. 2) Technical Drawing I (5 cr.;. $50) (Sec. 2) Introduction to Computer Program­ ing (5 cr.; $50) Typing il (3 cr.; $30) OH ice Adding and Calculating Machines (3 cr.; $30) (Sec ; 2) Economics I (3 cr.; $30) Speed Reading I (3 cr.; $30) Personnel Management for Unit Supervisors (3 cr.; $30) 6405 2313 2102 2124 0500 6001 M 7:00-9:30 p.m. W 7:00-9:30 p.m. T 7:00-9:30 p.m. MW 7:00-9:30 p.m. MVV 7:00-10:45 p.ni, T 7:00-9:30 p.m. TTh 7:00-9:00 p.m. MW 7:00-9:00 p.m. Th 7:00-9:30 p.m. W 7:00-9:3o p.m. T 7:00r9:30 p.m. NON-CREDIT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS RADIO REPAIR Radio Repair I Radio Repair II Radio Repair III Radio Repair IV Th f Th F 7:00-9:30 pm 8:00-10:30 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 6:00-8:30 pm INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE REGION V Quick \V LONDON: Former World Champion Racing Driver Graham Hill, whose legs were crushed in a recent accident during an American Grand Prix race, presents the Champion Challenge Trophy to Jac-\ kie Stewart (R). Stewart, thel 1969 Formula I World Chainpion Racing driver, hadijust won thejPresidency of the World Champion Drivers Club November 18. UPI CABLEPHOTO ash (N. Ploughe 499) over F. Rayj Hull & Son (Chuck Plake 549) 3-1. • •' • I '! • ' •' • I : .' Tipton Gleaners (Butch Morrisett 545) over American Legion #1 (Hank Sunsdahl 624) 4-6. American Legion #2 (Criel Dodson 508) over. Harper's Insurance.(Harry Tidier 496) 3-1. Tebco (R. Burton 508) over Ross .& Doggett (Joe Doggett 481) 3-l s . Wimers (Jim Watson 582) over Shoffner's Bar (Floyd Brown 501); 3-1. Brown's Barper Shop (B. Moore 544) : . tied- Vances Lounge (Keith Cripe 533) 2^2. • i v ! • • ' ; • • : . •' - ' ' 43 WOUVAY CASH CASH BUYING IS BETTER BUYING Brown Fifth Place Scorer 'NEW YORK UPI '--Purdue's Stan Brown was listed fifth a- m'ong individual top scorers in major college football statistics released Wednesday. ' Brown, with 16 touchdowns, has scored 96 points^. The leader was Steve Owens of Oklahoma with 21 touchdowns and 126: points. The statistics released "also listed bowl-bound Notre Dame' in fourth in total.defense, giving up an average of 217.4 yards per game. •' FEELING. BETTER- SAN - FRANCISCO ' (UPI>Former baseball great Lefty O'Doul, felled by a-mild stroke last Wednesday, was reported, "feeling a little better" and in fair condition Tuesday. Doctors have been considering an operation =to clear up blockage in . a_ main artery • from the heart. : . . . v Get The Cash You Need For Those Holiday Purchases $100-$200—$300— or More 1 'I•M' M -J' Yes Now larger loans are available ALSO SECOND MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE T.OANS up to $5000 or more you can consolidate all your bills- Remodel your Home — Trade Cars — J and get cash for Hoi'day Shopping at" same time. I ' .' I the •You When You Need Money} •; Can Count Qn Local Finance m Use Your Credit For A Better Life LOCAL FINANCE 13$ South Main St. Tipton, Ind. ACCUTRQN "425" Waterproof,' sweep second hand, applied roman numeral silver dial; ' ^135.00 The Accutron tuning fork replaces the outdated balance wheel that's found in all watches. Stop by so we can tell you more. Starting, with the right time of. day. Accu­ tron by-Bulova. From $110.00. ACCUTRON- by BULOVA" If It goes hmm-m'-m. EARL G. RHODES jeweler Famoiffe For Chinese And Cantonese Dinner Served All Hours AMERICAN FOOD Special Prices on Chine"se, . American Foods, home or .' parties. All orders fresh-r ly prepared. \ KQKOMO Monday to Thursday 227 N. Buckeye GL9-9066 China Clipper Restaurant Buy Now and SAVE CALL lack Hall Home Investments Aluminum Vinyl Siding Remodeling Awnings Call Now 675,2454 454 Oak St. Jack Hall Aluminum

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