The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on September 29, 1964 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 29, 1964
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PAGE 4 YIPTONDAILY fW&UNE TAestfgy, Sefrt. 29,1964 SONAR OPERATION— A quarter-inch-long piece of brass is removed from eye of 8- year-old James Cassady of Falls Church, Va., in a'first- of-its-kind operation—bouncing sound off an object—at Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington. The surgeon is Dr. Nathaniel R. Bronson (right) of Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, who developed the technique. The operation lasted two hours, but the final extraction took only 20 seconds. James may have partial sight in the eye. BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIGG We've been scanning those women's bowling scores pretty closely, and have come to the conclusion that we may have set too high a standard for the gals when we listed 170 as their target for recognition so we're going, temporarily at least, until they get their arms and eye's back into the grove after the summer layoff, list all scores over 160 .. . here goes. Whisler had a 169 for Citizens National Bank which lost 3-1 to Jim's Barber Shop which got a 167 from Harger and games of 162 and 161 from Worden. Zehner's Shoes los.t to Perfect Circle 3-1 but it wasn't the fault of Farley who had a 201 and Hitt who rolled 171. Mrs. Dogett had 167 and 168 in helping Ross & Doggett win 4-0 from Turner Trucking. Ramsay Printing got games of 193 and 168 from Mrs. Ramsay and 193 and 192 from Mrs. Stillwell in a 3-1 victory over Campbell's TV. Joyce Newby rolled 174 and 162 for 9-Teenin a 4-0 loss to Coin-o-wash which had 166 from Thornton and 195 from Friend. Grishaw rolled 160 for Rhodes Jewelry and Piper 178 for Fosters Jewelry as the latter won that match 3-1. Butler had 160 and Little 174 for Allen's Shell in a 4-0 victory over Coopers Home Furnishings. Retherford had a tf.68 for Overdorf Motors Your Support Will Be Appreciated McADOO [MIKE] CL0USER Democratic Candidate for JOINT REPRESENTATIVE Tipton-Howard Counties Election November 3, 1964 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT in a 4-0 win over Swift Tool-Die. Bowl-O-Drome got a 174 from Beach in a 3 to Vi win from Elks. Baker bad 160 and Fisher 167 as (Farmers Loan defeated House of Harter 3-1 which got 160 from June Conwell, 161 from Shaddy and 167 from Fike. Ren, ners Express beat Oakes with no noteworthy games, 3-1, and Pioneer topped John's Super Service 3-1. In men's action, where it takes 200 to excite comment, Pickett had 207 and 224, Huggler 226 for the Legion in a 4-0 win ov0 :F. Ray Hull and Sons Dave Coverdale had 212 and Don Essig 211 in a 4-0 win over Dad's; Williams had 215 and D. Myers 234 and 213 for Bonded Gas in a 4-0 win from Tic Toe. Jim Hilton rolled 214 and 267, Leon Essig 234 and 204 and J. Zook 208 as Monsanto beat Farmers 3-1 with C. Koors rolling 201, D. Parnell 221 and Boyd Plake 243 in the loss. Phifer had 201 for Ritz Insurance which lost to Hy-Line 4-0. Wimer Sales won 4-0 from Perfect. Circle; Pioneer Corn got 202 and 222 from Hoyt Brewer, 201 and 245 from Koors and 211 from Bob Pearce in a 3-1. win from ABC Grain which got 215 and 200 from Ernie Powell and 243 and 225 from Bob Leach, Jung rolled 205 and Cottongin 228 for Hawkins & Son in a 3-1 win from Servall. Joe Doggett had 208 as his firm split 2-2 with V.F.W. Shaddy Construction lost 3-1 to Leavell & Bates. Joe Orr had 210 and Ray Orr 209 for Sanburn in a 3-1 win.from Deans and Coin-o-wash won 4-0 from Ross Motors. Watt's Lunch won 4-0 from J & W Excavating as Jones rolled 201 for the winners and Jordan 201 for the loosers. D. Heflin had 202 for Elks No. 1 in a split -with No. 2 which got 204 from G. Foster. Elks No. 3 beat Elks No. 4 3-1; No. 9 got 202 from Hawkins in a 3-1 loss. to No. 10 which got 202-and 229 from Joe Dogett, 210 from Charley Gathman, 202 • from Powell. Bringle rolled 209 and Cochran 212 and 202 in a 4-0 win for No. 7 over No. 8; C. Plake had 223 for Elks No. 5 in a 4-0 win over No. 6; Cottongin had 204 for Tic Toe as they won from Six Acres; C. Smith had 232, Coverdale 210 and Leach 205 and 203 as Bowl-O-Drome beat Hawkins 4-0. Bishop rolled 208 and Henley 206 for Bishop's Home Supply in a 3-1 loss to Farmers which got 208 from Mike Pearce and 224 from Boyd Plake. Rust had a 205 and Suit a 220 for First Federal in a 3-1 win over Clint's Marathon which got 220 frora.D. Mahaney and 211 from J. Mahaney. Good Luck Saturday Tom Schumaker, on the sports scene for the Wabash Apaches, asked us to pass on his best wishes to the Blue Devils against Cathedral Saturday. He said "The Blue Devils can give a real boost to the prestige of the entire CIC if they (beat Cathedral. It'll make others realize the kind of football we play in the Central Indiana Conference." Windfall Wins IFor a full year now, Windfall has been looking forward to re venge on the Tipton Cross Country team and yesterday the Dragons got it. Tipton did win the B-team race 18 to 37, but the Dragons took first, second, fourth, sixth and 9th place in the varsity meet to defeat the Satans 22 to 35. Hoback and Castor ran 1-2 for Windfall, with Dick Heron Tipton's first runner in third place. Pierce was fourth for Windfall followed by Floyd Becktell of Tipton, J. Heath of Windfall, Bill Yeary and an improving Dave Massey for Tipton, J. Stout of Windfall, and then, after McCool and T. Heath finished loth and 11th as windfall "pushers" McGinnis crossed the line in 12th place as Tipton's last scorer. Hoback finished in 11:13 with Castor just three seconds behind. Griffy won the B-team race for Tipton with Stillwell 2nd, Sutton 3rd, Welchel 5th and Hackett seventh, while for Windfall it was Pluijier fourth, Goodrich Close Race on For Scoring Lead Elwood and Tipton Tie In CIC; CONFERENCE STANDING CIC-G 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-1 1-2-0 0-1-2 TEAM Elwood Tipton Peru Alexandria Huntington Wabash Hartford City 0-3-0 Elwood moved into a tie with Tipton for the Central Indiana Conference lead last weekend with a 27-13 victory over Alexandria, and with five of the CIC contenders out of the conference this week the two leaders will remain that way through the first half of the schedule. Peru travels to Hartford City this weekend in the only game •that has league significance. The third place Tigers can tie the leaders in the win column, if successful but will remain in third place as the result of a conference-opening tie with Wabash, while the Airedales can pass the Apaches who have yet to win a game, if they can take advantage of the Tigers on their home field. Peru won a non-conference game 26-14 against Twin Lakes as quarterback Gayle Bomar added two touchdowns to one each picked up by Bob Rockenbaugh and Bill Shuey. Denny Hunt made good on two conversions. ALL-G PTS CKP 4-0-0 84 32 3-1-0 112 46 3-0-1 59 35 2-1-1 67 41 1-3-0. 54 64 0-2-2 60 70 1-3-0 6 •.. 74 sixth, Hendricks 8th, Barr 9th and Bryan 10. The few spectators present got their biggest kick, however from a. Windfall 8th grader named Whitehead, not eligible to compete as a regular contestant, but who, running just for the sheer enjoyment of it, finished fifth in the B-team race although his points were not counted. The youngster shows a world of promise and physically is a lot reminiscent of Max Truex, a short youngster now representing United States in Tokyo Olympic distance races. Jfbw hemnty is onty the beginning of what's new '65 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Coupe It's a longer, lower, wider, roomier, quieter, handsomer, swankier kind of Chevrolet for '65. Beneath its clean-hewn lines, there's more shoulder room, more leg room up front and more foot room too. There are also curved side windows, fine new fabrics and a new instrument panel that's finished - (in the Impala series) with the look of hand- rubbed walnut. Even Chevrolet's famous Jet-smooth ride is smoother. What's new? From behind the wheel (who knows?) you could get a whole new outlook on life! New Corvair Corsa Sport Coupe It's a racier looking, quicker steering, surer stopping, flatter cornering, roomier riding kind of Corvair for '65. Beneath the longer, wider new Body by Fisher, there's a sweeter riding independent;suspension ; system, bigger self-adjusting, brakes, more, responsive steering and a wider road stance. Also up to 180 hp available in the new top-of-the- line Corsas—up to 140 hp in the Monza and 500 models. Where do you find out about all this firsthand?.Just follow the enthusiasts—to your Chevrolet dealer's. More beauty to see-the 9 65 Cheveile s Chevy 11and Corvette also now at )your tlealcr-a MOORE BROTHERS INC., 311 E. JEFFERSON ST. TIPTON, IND. OS 5-2143 Scores Three Elwood's pile-driving fullback Lyle Robinson crossed the goal line three times and Ed Burton once while Ed Alley added three extra points for the Panthers, but the loss may have been a costly one as coach Larry Shook's ball club suffered a knee injury to halfback Rich Leavell, the seriousness of which has not been determined. Last year's all-stater Danny Crouch kept the conference scoring lead with two more touchdowns as his Blue Devils romped to a 39-7 triumph over non-conference Sheridan as Bill Moore and Jim Rumbaugh kept in the individual point derby with another touchdown and conversion apiece. Jim Hahn picked up his third T-D of the season for Alex in that loss to Elwood, as coach Jim Wehsollek's club remained in fourth place. Huntington, after three straight reverses, picked up its first win of the season 28-20 against a stubborn Wabash eleven as Jerry Franks ran for two touchdowns and four extra points while Bill iFullton and Pete Thorn each added one. The Apaches got two more touchdowns from Randy Pell, who now stands second in the individual point standings, while Dick Gifford added a touchdown and a PAT and the other conversion was made by Bill Unger. Capture First- There was joy too in Hartford City as coach Eldon Leeth's boys got onto the victory path when Terry Terhune climaxed a 69 yard drive by bulling his way five yards into paydirt for the only touchdown of the game. The Airedales won 6-0 for their first score of the season and their first shutout of an oppo nent since 1959. The return of Chuck Lawson to the lineup for the first time this season, helped get that offense clicking. Tipton continues to lead • the team scoring with 112 points in four outings while holding their opposition to 46, but may run into a.tartar this week as they try to uphold the prestige of the CIC Saturday night against the state's fourth ranked power, house, Cathedral of Indianapolis. Elwood, with 84 points is sec pnd, and also goes out of the conference to meet Madison Heights Friday, at home. Peru with the tightest defense in the CIC to date, will test it Friday against Hartford City, while other games, all Friday, have Alex at Greenfield, Huntington at Marion'and Wabash at Plymouth. Crouch retains the individual point scoring lead with seven touchdowns and 42 points, but right on his heels are Bomar of Peru and Robinson of Elwood each with six T-D's and 36 points. In all, nine conference players have three or more touchdowns. The Leaders T-D PAT TOT Crouch, T. 7 0 42 Robinson, E. 6 0 36 Bomar, P. 6 0 36 Pell. W. 5 0 30 Franks, H. 4 4 28 Moore, T. 4 1 25 Rumbaugh, T. 4 1 25 Hahn, A. 3 2 20 Telfer, A. 3 0 18 Phils Lose Again Drop Into Third ENDORSES BARRY CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)— The Cincinnati Enquirer today endorsed Sen. Barry Goldwater for president. The Enquirer thus became the first major daily in Ohio to support . the senator. It announced its endorsement in a front-page editorial entitled "You Know He's Right." The other newspaper in Cincinnati, the afternoon Post and Times-Star, joined : with other Scripps Howard newspapers last week in endorsing President Johnson. Scripps-Howard has an interest in the Enquirer but that newspaper is not a part of the Scripps-H o w a r d group. . . WANT ADS PAY WATER SOFTNER SALT $1.50 Per 100 Pounds McPHERSON'S FORMERLY TICE'S Phon* OS 5-4483 124 S. Main St ... By GEORGE C. LANGFORD UP I Sports Writer If the Cardinals win the National League pennant, there will be more red faces in St.' Louis than in Philadelphia. St. Louis owner August Busch, searching" feverishly for the first Cardinal'pennant since 1946, pressured General Manager Bing Devine out of a job last' month and reliable sources said, prior to this week, that field manager Johnny Keane would also get the ax. But the Cardinals, took advantage of the reeling, fumbling Philadelphia Phillies who have skidded from a 6!£ game lead to third place Monday night, only one game behind the front running Cincinnati Reds with a 5-1 victory over the Phils. (After the victory, Branch Rickey, the Cardinals player development consultant and the person some observers believe is responsible for the front-office shakeup, pumped Keane's hand and called him "a gosh- danged.fine> manager.") Wins Eighth Straight Bob Gibson, who won his eighth .straight, and reliever Barney Schultz, pitched the Cardinals to their sixth consec- tive victory as the Phils committed two errors, a wild pitch and a late throw to home plate. Schultz, one of Devine's many player acquisitions in the last two seasons which have turned St. Louis from an also- ran into a contender, bailed out the Cardinals for the fourth straight game. The St. Louis knuckleballer relieved Gibson with two on and none out in the ninth inning and threw a double play ball to Clay Dalrymple, then retired pinchhitter John Hernnstein. Five of the nine starters for the Cardinals Monday night came to St. Louis in deals engineered by Devine. They include Curt Flood from, the Reds Lou Brock from the Cubs, Dick Groat from the Pirates, Bill White from the Giants and Julian Javier from the Pirates. Devine also gave 17-game winner Curt Simmons a tryout with the Cards after he was cut by Philadelphia in 1960. Short Takes Loss Gibson allowed five hits in gaining his 18th victory against 11 losses, beating Cardinal nemesis Chris Short, who had defeated St. Louis three times this season, but failed to;, last six innings Monday night. \ Mike Shannon drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly and j a single, the latter cominng after Johnny Briggs dropped i White's routine fly ball in left field and a wild pitch by Jack Baldschun in the eighth. The Cardinals, probably in the best shape of the three con­ tenders as far as the schedule is concerned, have two games remaining with the Phils and finish with three games against the New York Mets, all at home, While the Phils and Reds clash head-on at Cincinnati in their final two games. The Reds open a three-game series with Pittsburgh tonight in Cin- cinnnati. Small Crowd Record The smallest Dodger crowd in the history of Dodger Stadium —11,808 — saw Los Angeles break a 1-1 tie on a looping single by pinchhitter Dick Tra- cewski in the eighth inning to defeat Dick Ellsworth (14-17) and the Chcago Cubs 2-1 in the only other major league game. Tracewski's hit scored Bart Shirley, who had opened the inning with a single and advanced to second on a sacrifice. Howie Reed (3-4), with relief help from Ron Perranoski in the ninth, was the winner. The Yankees could cinch a tie for the American League flag tonight if they sweep their doubleheader wit h Detroit in New York and both Baltimore and Chicago Lose. The Orioles entertain Washington and the White Sox host the Los Angeles Angels, with 20-game winner Dean Chance slated to pitch for the Angels. Cleveland is at Boston and Kansas City at Minnesota in other games. Major League Standings By United Press International American League W. L. Pct.GB New York 95 60 .613 Baltimore 93 64 .592 3 Chicago 93 64 .592 3 Detroit 83 73 .532 12'/ 2 Los Angeles 80 78 .506 I6V2 Minnesota.. 77 79 .494 18! 2 Cleveland 76 80 .487 19 : ,-j Boston 69 88 .439 27 Washington 61 96 .389 27 Kansas City 55 100 .355 40 Monday's Results (No games scheduled) Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at New York 2 (twi- night) — Wickersham (19-12) and Aguirre (5-10) vs. Downing (13-8) and Bouton (17-13). Washington at Baltimore (night) — Osteen' (14-13) vs. Bunker (18-4). Los A n g e 1 es at Chicago (night) — Chance (20-8) vs. Howard (0-1). Kansas City at Minnesota— Krausse (0-2) vs.' Boswell (1-0). Cleveland at Boston 2 (twi- night) — McDowell (8-6) and Kralick (12-6) vs. Charton (0-1) and Morehead (8-14). Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Minnesota Washington at Baltimore, night Detroit at New York, night Cleveland at Boston (Only games scheduled) (Continued from page 6) TOUCHDOWN BOUND! Jim Hannah,' Jefferson Township's most prominent football contribution to the Tipton Blue Devils is shown here (23) toting the pigskin through several Sheridan opponents last Friday night enroute for a 13-yard touch* down romp. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) Let LOCAL FINANCE be For Those Fall Expenses ... '. Get TJie Cash You Need . .. '25 to "1,000 at- LOCAL FINANCE ' 117 NORTH MAIN STRECT - TIPTON, INDIANA

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