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Wednesday, October 14, 1964
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TIPTON DA'fl-Y TRIBUNE arns Fourth pic Gold Medal By LEO H. PETERSEN UPI Sports Editor IGungor of Turkey and tied for j third with Iran's Mansour Men« , fdizade. But ' Brand then TOKYO (UPI) — Slender Billy weighed hi at half a pound Mills of Coffeyville, Kans., a lighter than Mendizade and 26-year-old Marine lieutenant was given the bronze medal. . with Sioux ' Indian ancestors, 1 The U.S. basketball team scored a shocking-upset in the romped over Uruguay, 83-28, Olympic 10,000 meter run today for its 42nd Olympic victory and Americans scored a 1-2-3 ; and fourth this year to keep sweep in men's springboard, pace with the Russian team diving tonight. jthat downed Puerto Rico, 82-63. Ken Sitzberger of River For-1The Puerto Ricans are coached est, 111.; came from behind on'by New York University coach the optional dives to give the Lou Rossini. United ^States its fourth gold ; A Yank team in the modern medal of the games with Frank -pentathlon, led by Army Lt. Gorman of Queens Village, : David- Kirkwood of Los Angela. Y., second and Larry. An-; les, held second place behind drcason of Los Alamitos, Calif., •' Russia after today's 300-yard third. - i swim, fourth of five events on Miils, a 5-feel-ll. 155 pounder!the schedule, who never won a" big race be- , Bingo Wins Again fore in his life, was the first! The American 5.5 meter American in history ever to ; yacht Bingo won for the.second win a gold medal at the man-;day in a row, an American slightly' boat won the star class race — - i \—* PARADE By MILTON R1CHMAN UPI Sports Writer TOKYO (UPI)—If you are looking for laughs at the Olympics, you'll find a' bellyful every day down by the swimming pool. A solemn army of officials marches up to the poolside before each event' and the only difference between them and th thundering legions Cecil B. DeMille made f amous in his multi-million dollar film spec tacles is that our heroes come armed .with stop-watchces instead of spears or rifles. There are 24 time-keepers and" eight judges for each Olympic swimming event, plus a chief referee and a number of alternates • who constantly hold themselves at the ready in case some of the fron,t-line officials should falter. These men are truly dedicat killing distance of sugimy ; "u^i —-—•-» — - —-— •more th-'n six miles 'and the U.S. dragon class boat, e d. They come from all over The dead-game Kansan brief- '• skippered by. Lowell North of! the world, pay their own way ly surrendered his lead at the San Diego moved into the lead start of the" final lap but burst in its class in the overall stand- through' with a blazing finish-, ings. j ing kick and won by three ; Britain's Mary Rand won the yards in the Olympic record women's broad jump with a lime of 2S minutes, ' 24".4 sec- world record leap of 22 feet, 2.4 owls for America's third gold "inches with Irene Kirzenstein of medal of the games. ' i Poland second and Tatanya Three-Man Struggle jSehelkonova of Russia third. . Mohamed Ga'moudi of Tuni-1 Willye White, 24-year-old Chi- sia finished second and world • cago nurse and the only Amer- record holder Ron Clarke of lean to qualify for the final, Australia wound up'third as a • finished 12th at 19 feet, 11 to the Olympics and take their jobs as -seriously as Chief Justice Earl Warren. All this is fine. But where the laughs come, is that they aren't always sure which swimmers finished first, second or third. To help them, the Japanese have come up with an electronic timing device which is being used for the first time in Olympic history but which bears only partial endorsement of the ^usiraiia wouna up inuu us a ;IHUM«-U «- — ——, —<»., ..„„.,- cHi'od crowd of 72 000 roared • inches. Martha Watson of Long iInternational (Amateur Swim at the dramatic three-man .Beach, Calif., and Joann Gris- struscle. som of Indianapolis were elim- Mamo" 'Woidc of Ethiopia, mated early. " • trailed in fourth, and all four I Finland's Paul Nevala won f-.-ont-runners ' bettered the I the men's javelin*, with a toss Olvmnic "record of 28:32.2 set;of 271 feet. 2 inches. Gergley ming Federation (FINA) FINA has the last word on swimming all over the world and its word on the Japanese timer is that its O.K. to determine the placings of the swim in l'lfiO by Russia's Peter Bo- Kulcsar of Hungary was second : mers but* manually operated lotkinow and Yan Lusis of Russia third. ; s top-watches must decide the Botolkinov finished back in Ed Redd of Lafayette, La., swimmers official times, the pack along with the other ! the only American'in the finals,'! The .decision in itself is U.S. entrants — lS-year-old j finished 11th with a throw of something of a non sequitur Gerry Lind.aren of Spokane, j 234 feet, lift inches. - j still, it was invoked Tuesday to Wash., anil Ron La.neu of Los ( In track trials, the U.S. qual- Angeles. Lindgren. a popular j ified three men for the semi favorite.-was hampered, by an !r: ~~'~ : ~ """" ank'e .injury. Mills gave the U.S. its only track medal in the three final events on this gray, rainy day but Yank performances in trial settle what could have become a rather ticklish problem. Hans Klein of Germany and Gary Ilman of San Jose, Calif., finals in the' 100 meter dash and 400„meter hurdles but lost one of three entrants at 800 j finished with identical 54.0 meters. times behind Don Schollander Groth Is Injured of Lake Oswego, Ore., and Bob wuiKiui.^ Morgan Groth of Oregon j McGregor of Britain in the fi- trac-k heats and prospects in'State finished sixth in his 800 'rials of the mens 100-meter free- swimming Wi ;iht" indicated a j meter heat after apparently j style event, but Klein was major medal haul was in the ; pulling a muscle in his side and j awarded the bronze medal for ofiinc. jwasoutofit. ' third place. Other U.S. Victories ( Big Bob Hayes of Florida > Seemed Like Tie the U.S. scored'A&M, Trenton Jackson of Ro- In addition. .... .. , in basketball, yachting and the (Chester, N.Y., and Mel Pender modern pentathlon and won a! of Atlanta qualified in two bronze medal in free-style wrest- j heats for the 100 meter semis. l\n :4 when middleweight Dan J Hayes, the. "world's fastest Brand of Oakland, Calif., was j human," won kis heats in 10..4 declared a winner. i and '10.3. Jackson and Pender Brand lost a disputed deel-! each - won a heat and each fin-. sion 'to defending champ Hasan jished second once, Jackson trailing Canadian ace Harry Jerome of Vancouver, B.C. /T—F, [~n §| Rex Cawley-of Los Angeles W*7,v/-•»!* Vi I •.•••.-1 (.land. Billy Hardin of Baton * ' Rouge, La.,- won their .400 meter hurdle heats and Jay Luck of Watertown, Mass., was- a casual third in his heat to qualify easily for the semis. Jerry Siebert of . Willets, Calif., and. Tom Farrell of Forest Hills, N.Y., ran second in SOO meter heats to qualify for the semifinals. Siebert was beaten by New Zeland's' defending champ, Peter Snell. r \ It V 4\ \ L 64 Pontics I Grand Prix ! SCO—2 dr. H.T. 11'JAlC '63'Olds 88 4 .Door Sedan '62 Tempest 2 Door '63 Buick- Wildcat •'59 Buick LeSabre '59 Belair Chev. 4 dcor '58 Ford Station Wagon • '57 Pcntiac Star Chief '57 -Chev. 1 2 Door |'55. Buick Super 4 Door '55 Buick Super 2 Door '55 Poniiac 55 Buick Special '52 Cadillac BUR BANK, Calif. (UPI) — A Requiem Mass was planned today for Conrad J. Gozzo, trumpeter with such bands as Benny Goodman, Woody Her- .man and Artie Shaw. Gozzo, 142, died last Thursday of a liv- ier ailment. The U.S. delegation argued Hrnan deserved a bronze medal too because four of the judges voted for him and four for Klein and the two swimmers' times were identical insofar as tenths of a second were concerned. FINA officials went into a;35- minute huddle and decided against awarding Ilman a medal because the electric timer showed Klein had finished one- thousandth of- a second sooner. So Ilman lost . a medal by one-thousandth of a second and if you don't know how little time that is, consider that it usually takes two full seconds to strike a match. EE-ELECT OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vole November 3. Your support appreciated. Paid Pol-7-9-11-13-15-17-19 21-23 Wright Wins X-Country Run INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Anderson has its 12th North Cen T tral Conference high school cross country championship in 17 years. Anderson finished Tuesday's meet over the South Grove course here with 60 points to 75 for runner-up Richmond. Lafayette was third with 82 points. Dave Wright of Kokomo took individual honors with a 9:47.7 clocking. Kokomo finished fourth in the team standings with 100 points followed by Logansport 112, New Castle 120, Marion 159, and Frankfort 166. YOUNG DRIVERS WOODLEY, England (UPI)— Parents have approved a plan to give children under 10 driving lessons in a local school playground in a 1934 Ford. INCORPORATED 123 S. INDEPENDENCE j OS 5-4549 TIPTON | THURSDAY OCT. IS /^ERICA'S GREATEST DRUG STORE EVENT CARNEY'S DRUG STORE Cards Counting On Simmons To End Series By TIM MORIARTY ST. ' LOUIS (UPI)—The St. iLouis Cardinals send, veteraq [Curt Simmons to the mound today in an effort to wrap up their seventh world championship in 10 tries while the New York Yankees call on bulldog Jim Bouton to "keep the World Series" alive and stretch it to [its maximum limit of seven games. . Clear, sunny weather was forecast for the 2 p.m., EDT, starting time at Busch Stadium with the Yankees favored at 6-5 to win the game today, although the Cardinals are the 11-5 choice to take the series. St. Louis fans, convinced the Cardinals will follow up their dramatic last-day victory in the .National League pennant race by upsetting the Yankees in the .series, were paying $50 to $75 [for tickets priced at $8 each. This city seems prepared for its greatest celebration of a baseball victory since the Cardinals won their first world championship by beating the Yankees in the 1926 series. "We're in good shape no matter who wins today," said Manager Johnny Keane of the Cardinals. "Can Play Better" "I feel we've won three of five games without playing our best ball. We can play better than we have." Manager Yogi Berra of the Yankees maintained the calm itliat characterized his approach to various crises throughout the American League season. We've won two straight games a lot of times," he said "There's no. reason we can't win ; tpday and , tomorrow. In Simmons, the Cardinals were .sending to the. mound a 35-year-old lefthander whom |they; rescued off baseball's Iscrap heap four years ago. A one-time $65,000 bonus pitcher, Simmons was cut loose by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1960 because he had a chronic sore armi The Cardinals took a chance with;him and almost magically he developed into a crafty, pinpoint pitcher who has won 59 games for the Cardinals over the last A l A years and had an )l8-9 record for them this season. ! • Simmons, who went out for a pinch-hitter after holding the Yankees to one run in eight innings in New York's 2-1 victory last i Saturday in New York, said; he was confident he can check the Yankees' home run power in small Busch Stadium. Bulldog of Staff Bouton, a native of Newark, N.J., who had an 18-13 record during the AL season, was the victor in Saturday's third game. |He is the bulldog of the Yankee staff—a medium-sized right­ hander without a big fast ball who fighis the hitlers with a variety of pitches and changing speeds. The big question seemed to be whether the Cardinals could continue the momentum of the drive that carried them to the NL flag against a Yankee team that has not played well mechanically in this series and doesn't seem to be sharp. The Cardinals, with the richest World Series tradition of any National League team, al- way seem to play well in the series. The Yankees, of course, have dominated the World Series more than any other team 'in baseball—but over the last 10 years have actually been a 2ess-than-.50O team in classic play. They have lost 10 of their last 16 World Series' games dating back through the 1962 series with the San Francisco Giants and stand 27-29 in -World Series competition going all the way back through the 1955 series. Beginning today, they'll have to play 1.000 baseball to take the winners' end of this World Series melon. ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Probable lineups for the sixth game of the world series New York ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIG6 We can't help but admire the efforts being made in Hartford City to bolster football in that community. The Dale's are having a hard time to dent touchdown territory and have only a 1-5 record to show for the season. It's a long call back to 1950 when Hartford City was the CIC gridiron champion. What has caused the Dales to tailspin to the bottom of the heap is hard to tell, but the big thing is that there is now a determined move to "back the team" and restore some of the prestige that they used to have under coach John Carbone. They've got a quarterback club which is helping pay for equipment and coach Eldon LeeOi meets with that group weekly to explain his progress and problems. Now they're com ing up with plans for a "Home coming" which hasn't been held in H-C for a few years past, and honored will be the 1950 cham-| pionship team with Carbone act-! ing as Emcee. And the Dales aren't pussyfooting against a weak club for. the homecoming. They're meeting CIC rival Huntington. We have no idea how that one will come out, but again, we have to admire the support the H-C fans are giving their boys. It"s easy to back a winner, but to back a loser is, in our opinion, a mighty good start towards building a team that won't be a loser long. Four Officials . 'Bob Dickson points out that Alex is now trying out a .plan of using four officials in a football game. He says • coach and athletic director Jim Wehsollek has sent questionaires to a number of officials asking if they would prefer to work in three's at $25.00 each, or in four's at $18.00 each and the preference is generally in the four's. •Four men on the field at one time puts them in better spaced positions to determine what is going on. and makes it less likely that an official will bo blanked out of action by a player's back on a situation where, for example, he has to make a decision as to whether a pass was trapped or caught, and it- appears that the officials too would like to avoid being "put on the spot" Satans Barely Retain Rating On Grid Poll United Press International Make Septic Tanks Work Like New ASK YOUR DEALER FOR TIPTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP •when such situations arise. Dixie suggests that CIC secretary John Ward compile a list of officials working the CIC and after having them "graded" by the conference coaches, Ward then be given the authority to assign officials to all CIC games. It is certainly an idea worth study. Another Victory' ' After a long dry spell, Tipton freshmen are getting back on the winning side in football as coach Phil Sullivan's frosh squad chalked up a second straight decision in Wanking Peru's freshman team 34-0. The B-teamers, however, bowed to the Tiger Cubs 26-7. Harmon On T-V We thought WFiBM-TV would have let us know in advance when they were going Jo show that interview by Tom Carnegie •with Tipton's Harvey Harmon in Hawaii. They didn't and consequently we and a lot of other local followers missed it last night. We don't know if a re-'j run is possible or not, but we dropped a note in the morning mail to the program director of .that station asking him, if it was possible to let us know in advance so we could pass the word along. (From the one listener we know of who saw the program it was very well done and Harve appears .to be "weathering' Hawaii very nicely. October 21 It's about that time again! We don't want to jump games, and with the Alex game coming up this week, it's hardly the time .to start locking ahead, but we can smell a little steam picking up in a community not too far south of here. We repeated earlier, Don Jellison's plug for a state rating for Carmel and his echo of Carmel coach Dick Ny- crs sentiment that if Tipton was rated third, then Carmel should be rated second. Don adds now: "The Millers wish Tipton all the success in (he world. We hope the Blue Devils are ranked "first in the state" 'before October 21, because Noblesville just loves to meet Tipton teams ranked first in the state . . . and if Tipton defeats Noblseville, we can always contend that if Steve Mullin hadn't been injured, the Mil- INDIANAiPOLIS (UPI) — Bloomington and Indianapolis Sacred Heart made the biggest advances today in the UPI Ind i a n a high school football coaches' board ratings, led by South Bend St. Joseph's for the fifth consecutive week. Bloomington, a /relatively small but fast - moving crew, was promoted from 10th place to fifth after making believers out of Lafayette last Friday, 45-12, for its sixth .win in a row.' Sacred Heart climbed from 11th to seventh spot for its initial "Big 10'! showing after shooting down Indianapolis Ca thedral, 39-12, also for its sixth victory without a miss, St. Joe, meanwhile, made its best showing in the annual popularity poll, getting 8 of 10 first-place votes for 95 points, just 5 short of a perfect' score. Kokomo remained second with one first-place vote and 91 points and Elkhart third with 73 points. • lers would have won ... Or have you forgotten the Sectional? No, Don, we haven't forgotten the sectional . . .' neither have a t couple of lads named Dan Crouch, Bill Moore, Lex Boyd, Jim Harmon and Ron'Long, who were on that sectional team, not to mention the likes of Jim Rumbaugh, Destry .Lambert, Lenny Tragesser., Bill Elliott, Greg Haley, Mike Rice, Bob Florey, Dick Burkhart, Ken Mahaney and a few others who will bear that Sectional in mind October 21. How about it boys? WednesLy, Oct. U, 1964 East Chicago Roosevelt climbed from fifth to fourth place to round out the upper bracket of the "Big 10." In the lower bracket, in order, were Evansville • Reitz, Sacred Heart, South Bend Riley, South Bend Washington, and Cathedral. Reitz, which slipped last week by New Albany, moved up.a notch follo.wing its 46-6 massacre of city foe Rex Mundi. The Panthers got the other first- place - vote. Riley remained eighth but city foe Washington, tied with Riley last week, slipped one notch. Cathedral dropped from fourth place to 10th after hitting the skids against Sacred Heart. The experts selected no less than 23 teams for this week's rating. Brand - new additioins are Madison Heights and Southport. The breakdown, with first places and total points: Wallace Challengers 1. SB St. Joseph (8) :93 2. Kokomo (1) 91 3. Elkhart 73 4. East Chicago Roosevelt.. 48 5. Bloomington 47 6. Evansville Reitz (1) 43 7. Indianapolis Sacred Heart 38 8. South Bend Riley 38 9. South Bend Washington 21 10. Indianapolis Cathedral 16 11. Gary Wallace 10; 12. Hammond 5; 13. Hobart, East Chicago Washington, LaPorte, Evansville Memorial, Indianapolis Ripple 4; 18. Madison Heights 2; 19. Terre Haute Schulte, Tipton, Southport, New Albany, Muncie South 1. FUNERAL HOME OSSsorne 5-2435 Tipton tabulauu Service IPTON'S FINEST FUNERAL' SERVICE SINCE 1 BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — (UPI) — Services were scheduled today for Mrs. Ester Marks, 78, mother-in-law of comedian Jack Benny. She died Sunday. PRINCESS . Qakhnd REGISTRAR®BILLFOLD Charming pastel flowers embroidered on Matt Lustre Cowhide. Colors, light blue, pure »vh'te. sinoo Plus tax 3 10 Matching pieces from $3.50 eier ivwe discover the comfort of SWEEPING SUPER FLOOR HEAT Don't go through, another winter with hi^h fuel bills arid cold floors. It costs you'nothing to find out bow to enjoy super floor heat and slash fuel bills at the same time. GOLDSMITH HARDWARE Goldsmith, Indiana New York Linz ss Richardson 2b Maris cf Mantle rf Howard c Treshlf Pepitone lb Boyer 3b Bouton p St. Louis St. Louis Flood cf Brock If ' 'White lb K .Boyer 3b Groatss McCarver c Shannon rf MaxviUe2b Simmonsp Umpires — Plate, A. Smith (AL); lb, Secory ' (NL); 2b, McKinley (AL); 3b Burkhart (NL); Left foul line, Soar (AL); Right foul line, V. Smith (N). T-V DOCTORS 1 THEY ARE COMING Y. H. C. Mill & Douglas WE SERVICE WHAT WE SET it i • • • • COLOR SETS START AT THE LOW PRICE $398.00 w.t. Portables SALE START Combination 00 Sylvania Color day TRIAL NO CHARGE! CALL NOW OS SALE $3 START FAST FAST FAST SERVICE 3 Day GUARANTEED SERVICE DOCTORS HOURS OSborne 5-6726

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