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T PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Wednesday, Oct. 28,1964 Ohio State and Irish Favored This Week NEW YORK (UPI) — The nation's two leading college grid power-houses, Ohio State and Notre Dame, are both expected to extend their unbeaten end. The Kazorbacks, who handed Texas its lone defeat of the season, meet Texas A&M and are a nine-point choice to defeat the Aggies while the streaks this weekend and thus 'Longhorns are a whopping 17- preserve their 1-2 positions in the UPI ratings. The Buckeyes take on Big Ten rival Iowa Saturday in quest of win No. 6, and Coach Woody Hayes' charges are a 12- point choice to defeat the Hawkeyes. Notre Dame, which has "shown the best defense against .rushing this season, faces one of the nation's best r issers in Navy's Roger Staubach, but the Irish are a 13-point pick to capture their 28th game in 37 meetings with the Midshipmen. /Third-ranked .Alabama visits Mississippi State and the undefeated Crimson Tide is an eight point choice to pick up victory No. 7. Fourth-ranked Nebraska (6-0) is after its second straight Big Eight title and is a seven-point favorite to make Missouri its fourth conference victim of the season. Fifth-ranked Arkansas (6-0) and sixth-ranked Texas (5-1) will both engage in Southwest. 1 Conference battles this week- point pick over Southern Methodist. Michigan and Illinois, ranked eighth and ninth respectively, will be involved in Big Ten Conference games Saturday. The Wolverines (4-1) rate a 13- point pick over Northwestern and the Illini, also 4-1, is a three-point choice to defeat Purdue. Tenth-ranked Oregon (6-0) is the favorite to defeat Stanford by eight' points, but Duke is a one-point choice to upset seventh-ranked Georgia Tech. The odds on other major games: East: Penn State 7 over Maryland; Columbia 1 over Cornell; Army nine over Iowa State; Princeton 7 over Brown; and Syracuse 10 over Pittsburgh. South: Louisiana State 6 over Mississippi; Clemson 12 over Virginia; Georgia 1 over North Carolina; and Florida 7 over Auburn. Midwest: Kansas 14 over Kansas State; Michigan State 6 Art Arfons Has Heaviest Foot BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, Utah (UPI)—The biggest speed spectacular in the history of Utah's fabled salt flats is over and the .winner is Art Arfons, a heavy-footed, level-headed jet car racer from Ohio. Arfons, 38-year-old daredevil from Akron, recaptured the •world land speed record at Bonneville Tuesday with one of the coolest driving exhibitions ever seen. King Arthur, an old pro in the over Wisconsin and Indiana 4 over Minnesota. Southwest: Baylor 1 over Texas Christian and Rice 6 over Texas Tech. West: Oregon State 10 over Washington; California 7 over UCLA; Oklahoma 14 over Colorado; and Southern California 7 over Washington. With the pros: National League—Baltimore 17 over San Francisco; Cleveland 7 over Pittsburgh; Chicago 6 over Dallas, Green Bay 4 over Minnesota, Detroit 3 over Los Angeles, St. Louis 5 over New York, and Philadelphia 4 over Washington. American League — New York 1 over Boston, Buffalo 7 over Houston, Kansas City 7 over Denver, San Diego 10 over Oakland. Pa VOTE la business of high speed racing, streaked across the gleaming salt at speeds in excess of 575 miles per hour. His two-way average was an amazing 536.71 m.p.h. It eclipsed the 526 m.p.h. fugure established by young Craig Breedlove of Los Angeles on Oct. 15. Arfons' runs brought to a close the 1964 racing season at Bonneville ,— a. campaign in which the record was broken j Cincinnati five times before the icy-nerved 'Philadelphia Warriors Win First of Year By United Press International Boston Ohioan emerged the winner. There were many anxious moments as Arfons and his jet- powered "Green Monster" streaked to the record. For the second time Arfons had a blowout. He thus gained the dubious Eastern Division W. L. Pet. 5. 01.000 3 1 .750 2 3 .400 New York 1 3 .250 Western Division W. L. Pet. Los Angeles St. Louis Baltimore Detroit distinction of being the first |San Francisco .750 .667 .333 .333 .200 man to survive blowouts at] speeds . between 500 and 600 m.p.h. In addition one of the parachutes used for braking failed and the racer weaved slightly off-course before Arfons braked to 400 m.p.h. and popped the second chute. Seconds later the car came to a stop and the driver climbed from the car unhurt. The right rear portion of the body was damaged slightly. Sa VOTE S3 FORMER PLAYER DIES SCRANTON, Pa. (UPI) — James Cooney, an All-America tackle at Princeton in 1904, died Tuesday at Scranton State Hospital. He was in his 80's. Tuesday's Results BIG PRE-WINTER TRUCKLOAD SALE! INSULATION • STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS Oct. 30-Nov. 7 • 8 am-5 pm Mon.-Fri. * 8 am-12 pm Sat. Re-insulate your attic now with ZONOLITE ONLY PER BAG BEFORE ZONOLITE AFTER ZONOLITE Fill in the gaps . . . bring yout attic insulation up to the 4" level with Zonolite. Save up to. $50 •per year on fuel bills. Did you have cold, drafty rooms and high fuel bills last winter? Chances are you need thicker attic insulation—7 out of 10 home owners do. Four inches of insulation will give you snug warmth and substantial fuel savings year after year. Just add easy-to-pour Zono­ lite over your old insulation, level it off at 4" and leave it. You can re-insulate the entire attic in an afternoon. Zonolite won't settle, can't rot or burn. Lifetime guaranteed to keep your home warmer in winter, cooler in summer. • The Wepco Duo-Door "99" is a top quality, combination all-aluminum door. Full 1 inch thick. 2-glass and 1-screen removable inserts. Pre-hung and pre-drilled for easy installation. Available in three widths and two heights. All hardware included. $22.98 Triple-tilt action windows. Inserts tilt inward for easy cleaning on both sides. Self storing. Heavy gauge aluminum. Full weather- stripped. HOW TO MEASURE Measure opening width and height inside frame as illustrated in diagram.. $12.12 MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE! Take up to three years to pay on orders amounting to $100 or more. No payment for 60 days. Install them yourself-^or we'll install them for you for a minimum charge. 4 Square—White House Paint c, H 9S > *t Gal. Econoply % Paneling T Clay Tita™ 11c 4 Square—Red Barn Paint 50 ,T Range Hoods 21" • Materials for building Best values •Individual attention TIPTON LUMBER CO. EAST JEFFERSON STREET TIPTON, INDIANA OS 5-4882 Philadelphia 100 St. Louis 81 Boston 131 New York 103 San Francisco 101 Baltimore 90 (Only games scheduled) The San Francisco Warriors have let the rest of the National Basketball Association get a head start, but the Warriors still could be the team to beat. Tuesday night they dumped tough Baltimore, 101-90, on a neutral court at Oakland, Calif., for their first win after four losses. But that record was compiled without the league's high scorer, Wilt Chamberlain, who has been on the injured list. Chamberlain will be back in action from here on out after getting medication for his stomach pains. In other NBA action Tuesday night, 'Philadelphia dumped St. Louis, 100-81, and Boston flattened New York 131-105 before 12,975 fans in a Madison Square Graden doubleheader. Big Nate Thurmond has filled in well for Chamberlain. He meshed 28, grabbed 37 rebounds and held Walt Bellamy of the Bullets io 10 points. At New York, neither Philadelphia nor St. Louis could find the bucket through two drab quarters. But then Larry Costello of the 76ers got a hot hand in the third period and hit eight straight points to lead his team to a 31-14 bulge. The 76ers coasted in from there. Bob Pettit hit 28 while Connie Dierking and Costello had 18 for the winners. Lucious Jackson, just back from the Olympics, looked like money in the bank as he made his debut and hit 10 points. Boston always turns up somebody to carry the scoring load and last night it was Sam Jones's turn. He hit 27 points in the first half and settled for 30 for the contest. Jones hit seven of his first eight shots as Boston moved out to a 29-6 lead. New York closed to 38-29 but then ran out of gas. Willis Reed led the Knicks with 20 points. ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM R1GG Hartford City closed its nine- game season last night by pounding Portland 48-6. For the Airedales, it was their third win of the season and gave them, the best record that school has had in 10 years. Their only losses came at the hands of CIC rivals while they were undefeated against all outside opposition. . .a mighty good tribute to the brand of football played in the conference this year. Our very sincere congratulaions to coach Eldon Leath and the Dales on their resurgence -in football this year, and their strong finish should give Hartford City all the enthusiasm it needs to take up next year where they left off this season. While on the subject of congratulations, they' are also extended equally' sincerely, t o coach Dick Nyers and his Carmel Greyhounds who defeated Beech Grove 32-6 last night to complete their first undefeated season in the school's history. Welcome Reader We're tickled to death to be able to pass on to former Blue Devils the news and doings of their former teammates and to day we're glad to add the name of Steve Pumphrey to that list A standout footballer for Tipton a couple of years ago, Steve-entered Ball State and although we're certain he could have "made it" with the Cardinals he wisely decided that "grades come first", and is concentrating on his 'studies. We hope he'll have happy reading of two more football victories plus another state rating in basketball, Hard On Yoqi? Yankee shortstop Tony Kubek who missed the recent World Series due to injury, lays the blame for manager Yogi Berra's sacking as manager of the Yanks in the lap of the sportswriters. We hope that isn't true but Tony should know . a lot more about that than we do, He cites the play-up of Phil Linz' harmonica incident as one of the factors in the former great catcher's dismissal. It may be that the press overplayed that, but personally we feel that Yogi's action in that incident ignited the spark that led the Yankees from well back of the leader when Linz tooted his horn, to their finish atop the heap.. ' Need Desire Even to a kid, and an amateur, the purpose of playing is RE-ELECT Oliver D. Wheatley Judge Tipton Circuit Court Democratic Candidate Experienced Honest Reliable Equal Justice To All Born in Jefferson Township, Tipton County, Indiana. Hich School 1927. Graduate of Kempton Graduate of Indiana Law School June 17, 1937. Admitted io Bar September 14, 1937 to practice before all Indiana State Courts and Federal Court. Member Kemp Methodist Church, Charter member Methodist Men, Indiana Judges Association, National Council of Juvenile Court Judges, National Juvenile Court Foundation, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Indiana State Bar Association, Tipton County Bar Association, Elks, Moose and Eagles Lodges. Have engaged in the practice of law in Tipton County continually since December, 1937. Am now serving my first term as Judge of the Tipton Circuit Court and am seeking my second term. IF ELECTED, I WILL HONESTLY, . FAITHFULLY AND TO THE BEST OF MY LEGAL ABILITY, ADMINISTER THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE AS JUDGE OF THE TIPTON CIRCUIT . COURT, • , ?, ;\.-~r . Your Support Appreciated Vote November 3,1964 • ' (l'ulil Puilticul Ad\crtUcnicnO to win. And nuts to that stuff about building character . that's for the losing coaches. The really successful athlete, be he amateur or pro, carries a built-in, burning desire ito win. They can't win all t'h e time, but when they don't, we don't care for the guy who shrugs off defeat and takes it philosophically. The Yanks had just 'lost their fourth game in a row, and being pro's of the top order, they should have been burnt up with themselves. Yogi was burnt-up and when. a member of his team was so' unconcerned and relaxed that he could sit in the back of the bus and toot on a harmonica after losing four in a row. Yogi probably felt that was the whole dad-blamed trouble with the team. . .they needed to wake up and get mad. . . as mad as he was. We thoroughly admire the Yogi- man for his attitude, and that's the kind of manager or coach we're behind one hundred percent. Rumbaugh Okay We're mighty happy to learn that Jim Rumbaugh won't have to miss the -Peru game because of that knee injury against Noblesville.. Injured two games in a row, we feared it might be too much for his underpining, but we're happy to report that the speedster is now back in harness and rarin' to go Friday night. For the first time this season, the "downtown coaches" appear go, be taking an opponent seriously, and even those wild fans who have been giving a member of the First T.H.S. pear-to be treating Peru with respect. That's as it should be, and we hope the kids on the team are equally aware of all that's at stake in these final two games of the season. Each of the players on this team already, has something to be proud of, They're members of the first football' team in Tipton history to be recognized as one of the top teams in the state. Still ahead of them however is another distinction to which they can point with pride to future generations when they look back ino this year's Tip- tonian. That is the honor of being a member of the first T.HS. football team ever to win the undisputed title of the CIC. But to do that, they have to win these next two games. Let's go get 'em! Duh— Whazzat Coach? Elwood's Gene Conard tells of the unnamed coach afflicted with not the brightest team in the world w-ho.tried to straighten his.players out during a strategy session with "Boys, let's review the situation. We play on a field '100 yards long and approximately 40 yards wide | Madison with goal posts at each end..." Just then a voice piped up from the squad "Not so fast coach, you lost us back there". St. Joseph's Stilt First In School Poll By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press International M VOTE P-J Ford Hospitalized . NEW YORK (UPI) — Ailing New York Yankee lefthander Whitey Ford enters Lenox Hill Hospital today for a series of tests to determine whether he wilj, undergo durgery before the 196a baseball season. A 16-game winner for the American League champions .this year, the 36-year-old Ford is suffering with a circulatory condition in his left arm and shoulder. P.. VOTE Pi ACQUIRE PLAYER PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The Pittsburgh Hornets of the American Hockey League have acquired right wing Bob Dillabough from the parent Detroit Red Wings. Dillabough, who played in six games for Detroit this year, was "with the Hornets in 1962 and 1963. RE-ELECT OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vote November 3 Your support appreciated. I'll. I'ol. Adv. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The ? United Press International J coaches' board today gave tied 1 but unbeaten South Bend St. Jo- \ seph's a vote of confidence as f Indiana's No. 1 high school foot- \ ball club. \ The Indians lost their perfect- j record status when city foe '• Washington tied them last week, \ 13-13, snapping their 12-game ,' winning streak. I As a result, only four of the t 10 panel members voted the j South Benders into first place— > a 50 per cent cut from the week j before—but none . of the other i season-long front-runners was j able to collar enough votes to j take over the top spot. J St. Joe finished with 90 points, j 5 less than last week. Kokomo, ruhnerup for the. fourth consecu- j tive week, was picked first j three times and received 84 j points. Other Spots Change 1 Elkhart remained third with \ G9 points and Bloomington j fourth with 61. j The six other "Big 10" berths ! changed hands, with LaPorte \ and Indianapolis Sacred Heart • regaining positions among the [ elite. . i South Bend Riley moved up \ from sixth to fifth place, • city ", foe Washington from eighth to i seventh, LaPorte from 14th to , ninth, and Sacred Heart from i 11th to 10th. « East Chicago Roosevelt, which " battles South Bend St. Joe in 4 Thursday's "game of- the'*! week," was dropped from fifth ? to sixth, Evansville Reitz from j seventh to eighth, Hammond ! from ninth to 15th and Indian- • apolis Cathedral from 10th to a ', tie for 11th. , } Elkhart also has its work cut ; out this week, battling a La- \ Porte crew that has lost only to j Kokomo and St. Joe—by a ; touchdown in each game—and > whose only other blemish was a ( 13-13 standoff against South 1 Bend Adams! , ! Unbeaten Bloomington Uni- \ versity and Evansville Bosse were nominated to the honor roll for the first time'this sea- 1 son. 23 Selected The breakdown, with first places and total points: 1. S.B. St. Joseph's (4) 90 2. Kokomo (3) 1.84 I 3. Elkhart 69 > 4. Bloomington -. 61 * ( 5. South Bend Riley (1) 54 6. E.Chi.Roosevelt (1) 49 7. S.B. Washington 48 8. Evansville Reitz (1) 33 i 9. LaPorte 9/ 10. Indpls. Sacred Heart 81 11. East Chicago Washington, \ Indianapolis Cathedral 7; 13. Hobart 6;. 14. Gary Wallace 5; 15. Hammond 4: 16. Jlerrillville, Heights, Evansville Bosse 3; 19. Indianapolis Sce- cina, Terre Haute Schulte 2; 21. ..Bloomington University, iluncie South, Tipton 1. r-,. VOTE P. Kern's tenderloin supper Wednesday, November 4. Lutheran school. Adults $1.25, Children $ .60. C-2G CAME LOT A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT $9 .95 ^F.T.I. Qeweier ociei NOTICE Having observed Harold Scott Jr. Operate in public office on the local level, I am going to vote against his bid for office on the STATE level. This space paid for by Russell Lorenzo Chadwell j Signs and Silk Screens GL 2-7249 ' 400 W. BUTL! KOKOMO, INDIANA '

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