The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 21, 1969 · Page 4
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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE lr. High Loses Mollenkop Oaken Buc . INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)[ — The Indianapolis Star said today Purdue football coach Jack Mollenkopf will retire at the end of this season. Sports editor Bob Collins said he has learned Mollenkopf already has given "a verbal resignation" tp Purdue president Dr. Frederick Hovde." Mollenkopf would neither confirm nor' deny the report at Carlos Ortiz Fights Tonight NEW YORK (UPI)— Carlos Ortiz, who has the I junior welterweight and. lightweight titles in his past, tries to.put the welterweight championship in his future on Friday with a victory over Brazilian Edmundo Leite". in . Madison | Square Garden. f To Retire After ket Game Saturday Lafayette, • and there was no comment from other university officials. Later, Mollenkopf told sportscaster Harry Br'adway of Lafayette radio station WASK flatly he had "no intention of retiring" at the present time. "I have not resigned and I don't intend to resign," he said. "I feel when I get ready to retire, which is not at the present time, I will maker a public statement." Purdue ends the urday at arch-rival theiF traditional ' Bucket" scrap with . makers favored to season 8-2 to retain of getting the Rose 170 words more season Sat- Indiana in 'Old Oaken the Boiler. finish the slim hopes Bowl bid. Ortiz, 33, has fought tftle bouts 18 times,, including, nine successful defenses of the lightweight title he held' twice. His last bout was ly [months ago when he lost the lightweight title for the second time to Teo Cruz. Since turning professional in 1955, /Ortiz has run jup 51 victories, six losses and a draw, compared to Leite's 36-2-5 record, "A victory in this figh:, and I figure Ojose Napoles will give me a chance to win the welterweight title," Ortiz said. "After all, this game revolves around money, and Nappies can make a whole lot of money by fighting me." ! If Purdue wins and Ohio State, as expected, beats Michigan, Purdue and Michigan would be tied for second place in the final Big Ten standings, at. 5-2. Michigan, however, would be 7-3 overall. Despite the fact Michigan defeated Purdue, Mollenkopf said he felt the overall record would make Purdue the "most repre- TOURS JAPAN TOKYO (UPI)- Harmon Killebrew of the Minnesota Twins, the American League's Most Valuable Player, for 1969, arrived here. Sunday on a sight' seeing tour of Japan. One of Killebrew'.s appointments this week is expected to be with Sadah'aru Oh of the Yomiuri Giants, the • leading home run hitter in the Japanese Central League since 1962. Killebrew led the AL with 49. homers this past season. sentative" team to gp tp the Rpse BPWI since Ohip State can- npt make a repeat appearance. Mollenkopf, who will be 64 Mpnday, is closing out his 14th season as Purdue's head coach: He has an overall record of, 83-39-9, 57-32-5 in the Big Ten and 10-2-1 against Indiana. His 1966 team "got the Rose Bowl bid and defeated Southern California on Newk Year's Day, 1967, 14-13. That>as Purdue's lone appearance in the Pasadena classic so far. Speculation that Mollenkopf would step down has emerged from time to time in recent years, especially after Mollenkopf underwent surgery a few years ago. 'Assistant Bob DeMoss, a former Purdue star quarterback, then piloted the Boilermakers until Mollenkopf's return. ". There was speculation now that DeMoss.will be a. top candidate . for the head coaching position -r- if and when Mollenkopf steps down. Hamilton Heights seventh and eighth grade basketball teams won over Tipton Monday night by scores of 39-27 and 41-35 respectfully. - Miller and Gunn were high scorers with seven points each for Tipton. House had six points. Settig and Baxter were the^big scorers for Hamilton Heights Goyette Breaks NHL Record The St. Louis Blues figure the acquisition of Phil Goyette at a bargain pr . ce could key them to another Western Division title. Goyette, who came to the Blues from the New York Rangers in return for St. Louis' first choice in the amateur draft, took over the National Hockey League scoring leac Thursday night with a goal that, helped his club beat the Minnesota North Stars, 3-1. The goal was Goyette's 10th of the season and' gave him 30 points, one more than Boston's brilliant defenseman Bobby Orr. Goyette tied the score at 1-1 with his goal at 13:03 of the second period after Claude LaRose had scored for Minnesota at 5:56 of the session. Frank St. Marseille then took command of the game, breaking' the tie at 16:46 of the Two tallying 14 ;and 16 respectively. ! Line "Score Hamilton Tipton' 8 11 15 5 39 5 13 9 0 27 Landrum j was top scorer for the Tipton eighth graders with nine points] Smith and Cauble tied for second with six each. For Hamilton Heights three boys "scored in double figures. Cherry tallied. 14, Kerfoot 11 and B. Pickett had 10 points. Line Score Hamilton 11 16 11 10 48 Tipton 6 10 13 6 35 (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) RALEIGH, • N.C. (UPI)— Dick Idol hunts black bear, Alaskan mountain goats, caribou and opposing ball carriers. .North Carolina State football fans know him as a hard- tackling defensive cornerback. Fellow .outdoorsmen know him as a hunter, trapper, fisherman and taxidermist. Professional taxidermy, in fact, has grown into almost a fulltime career for Idol, who graduates from State in January. "I'd like to go back to Alaska after January and hunt big game' for a while', then I'd like to go out West to hunt antelope- and mountain lion," he said of future plans. "Then I'd enjoy coming back to Raleigh to become a fulltime taxidermist." Loves Outdoors Stuffing animals fits right in with Idol's love of the outdoors, which began as a farm boy near I Kernersville, N.C. "It's hard to explain why I like the outdoors so much," said Idol,, a 1 senior in wildlife biology. "There's a feeling I get when I'm [out in the woods, especially when I'm alone.!' •Opposing jfootball backs also' get a "feeling" when they are alone with [Idol on a Saturday afternoon. Opponents call him one of the hardest tacklers in the Atlantic| Coast Conference. State football scouts recruited him jfr'om East Forsyth County High| School! where the football squad elected him most valuable player. Idol has been . a regular .starter in the defensive back- fieldj for two seasons. Hunting and fishing; trips usually fill the off season, j ! Lives With Pets Idol's wife, the former Ann Walker of Hillsborough, N.C, has learned;to live with.trained falcons, chameleons, a baby fox and |a. pet; skunk around the house. his\ other - football also learned to sharp, effective She and fans | have expect the FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1969 middle period and adding an insurance goal at 1:58 of the third period!. - The 36-yjear-old Goyette has scored in each of his 16 games, erasing the record of 15 straight set by Bobby. Hull of Chicago last season. The Philadelphia Flyers edged the Los Angeles Kings, 32, on Jim Johnson's third-period goal for their first victory since NovJ 2. Philadelphia had to take the .| lead three • times before halting the Kings. Bill Sutherland's goal in the first period was matched by Ross Lonsberry's tally for Los Angeles. Larry Hillman put the .Flyers ahead 2-1 in the second period, but I Eddie Shack tied it again at 6:42 of the third period. Johnson scored 42 seconds later for the decisive gbalJ . AFL Football By United Press International For the first time in years, v Joe Namath's ears grew red; . when the ' partisan fans began jeering his moves last Saturday against Kansas City. But he has been advised not to worry, that it's really the fault of the Jets' defense' that his passes have gone astray. . The Jets lead second-place. Houston by two games- in the Eastern Division and get a chance to improve on the record Sunday when they . encounter the Cincinnati Ben­ gals. The game originally was scheduled for New York on Oct. 11, ' but the Mets' baseball fortunes forced a postponement of the Shea Stadium home date. The Kansas City-Oakland game is the- contest of the week in the AFL, -with the Raiders' only a half-game. back, and needing a victory to! take oyer the Western Division 'lead from ' the Chiefs. If they don't settle, the issue this time, they have another - meeting scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13 at Oakland. Houston, whose two. ties are 'the .most in AFL . play this season, -hooks up with Miami, Buffalo plays at Boston and San Diego hosts Denver in other games this Sunday. The Oilers' had to score 17' points in the-last six minutes to gain' a '20-20 tie with Denver last weekend. Miami, with one loss to Houston earlier this year, still has quarterback Bob: Griese sidelined and Rick Norton filling in. Buffalo and B&ston had a rare treat of scoring victories on the same day last Sunday. Their wins have been far between. The Bills (3-7) broke a four-game losing, streak with the Miami triumph. Boston (28) beat Cincinnati with, a new . formation, using two tight ends; The lack of effective passing and j a. good rusher has pushed San I Diego out of title contention and j the Chargers could be hard pressed 46 mount a consistent- attack against Denver. NHL Ho Lou Watson Sick By United press International - East W. L. t. Pts. New York 11 4 3 25 Montreal 9-3 6. 24 Boston 9 4 3 21 Detroit . 8 5 3 19 Chicago . 7 6 2 16 Toronto . 5 8 3 13 West . W, L, T. Pts St. Louis 8 .6. 4 20 Minnesota' 6 8 .2 14 Oakland 5 9 2 12 Philadelphia 3 5' 6 12 Pittsburgh 4 9 3. 11 Los Angeles 3 10 1 7 Thursday's Results Phila 3 Los Angeles'2 St. Louis, 3 Minnesota 1 Friday's Games Boston at Chicago (Only game.scheduled) ''.-'. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UP1)- Lou Watson, Indiana University basketball coach, was listed in satisfactory condition Thursday following corrective surgery oh two discs Wednesday for a back ailment. \ Watson will remain in the hospital here aoout a week, but. officials..said he will probably miss about a month of the Hoosiers' basketball season which b. egins Dec, 1. Assistant coaches Jerry Oliver and Tom Bolyard will direct the team during Watson's absence. Watson was under corrective and rest treatment for three weeks before surgery. However, his condition did not improve enough, : making the operation necessary. The 1969 edition of the"Tipton . Blue Devils basketball teaih will. complete its first .issue, of the . campaign, tonight after facing -Clinton Central here, at eight p.m. Coach John Moses has six returning lettermen to depend WALTON SUSPENDED . 'NEW YCiRK (UPI>-Offensive tackle - Sam Walton was suspended by . New York Jets" Coach Weeb -Ewbank Sunday, for failing to report for practice when s he was on the team's move list. "Walton was an early season starter, but then was replaced in the lineup by rookie Roger Finnie, • AMATEUR WINS TITLE BUENOS; AIRES (UPI>Helga Neissen, a West German, amateur, rallied for a. 1-6, 6-4, 6-2 upset victory over' Rosemary Casals, a San Francisco tennis professional, to win the wwomen's singles 'title in the South American. Open. v. Francois . Jauffet of France won the men's crown with a 6'2,.6-4, 6-4 decision over Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia.: r on for the ensuing basketball battles this season. The let- • termen are' all seniors, Mike Grimme -(5'10"); Jeff Neff (5' 11"); Mike. Zimmerman (5'7")- ( Ken Day (6*4")'; Doug Legg (5' \ 11") and Rod M'ller (6'5"). Things look promising for the Devils this trip after last year's 9-13 record. For example there is one Central Conference sports writer who figures the Blue Devils to wind up on top of the conference with Peru. The Peru- Tipton game comes Dec. 19 in the Circus City. . But meanwhile tonight the Blue Devils take on tough Clinton Central here. Clinton Central scored 108 points in a ballgame last week !and promise to be nearly as potent offensively against the Blue Devils. However the-strong band of six Blue Devils letterman plan to alter Clinton Central's winning ways. - Game time is eight p.m.; the reserve teams take the court at 6:30 p.m. " Chrysler Newport Custom 2-Door Hardtop tackling that has earned Idol the [respect of the : hardest runners. " The toughest opponent he. ever]' faced i had .claws three inches long and weighed about 1,200 pounds. She was a mother bear) with cub. On an Alaskan hunting trip| Idol had used all his | ammunition and was returning to camp when he startled her. ' "ij couldn',t have outrun her," he said. "S.o I just stood still. Eventually, I she gave up and went j the. otner way;" No .wonder fullbacks ,don't scare Dick Idol. Buckeyes Face Wolves At Ann Arbor By STEVE SMILANICH | T7PI Sports Writer. - The mighty Buckeyes, ranked No. 1 and bidding for a second consecutive [national champion- HIGH-FLYER-Quarterback Harry Gonso takes to the air to elude. Northwestern tackier George Kepooros (58) and Donald/Ross (65) on this. 11-yard gain in the second. quarter. The Motion Makers, at your Chrysler Dealer's. Ready to move you up, and into a great new Chrysler i Newport Custom. Up and into 1970 with Torsion-Quiet Ride, a wider rear track, and fiberglass-belted tires. 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Purdue plays Indiana in its Dial 675-7426- regular season- finale and a Boilermaker win combined with a Michigan loss would leave the two Rose Bowl aspirants tied . with 5-2 records. A | Big Teh Conference committee will announce the league's Rose Bowl representative Saturday night. ' • I Is 15-Point Favorite Ohio State has been established a 15-poiht favorite to notch its 23rd straight win arid the national championship.' USC and UCLA take identical. 8-0-1 records into their showdown with the Uclans favored by one point. The game will be televised nationally by ABC-TV. Second-ranked Texas and No. 4 Arkansas, tabbed earlier in the week for berths Jn either the Cotton Bowl or the Sugar Bowl, are idle this weekend. • I ^ [Df|A||N][N)@[R] U <tX§> II FAMILY PAY 1/ TUESDAY NOV. 25,1969 • • 6 to 12PM gr 10% DISCOUNT 1 JU ON </ZLL MERCHANDISE ^ purchased or placed in Lay-away for Christmas Please Bring This invitation For y-Qur Discount USE OUR FREE LAY-AWAY, OR YOUR|CHARGE CARD •THRIFTY PLANNERS SHOP DAN N E RS *

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