The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 29, 1964 · Page 4
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r PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thursday, Oct. 29,1964 Sports Parade (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer TOKYO (UPI) — Pickin' the weekend winners or no wonder there's never a curfew on Saturday night—the' players are too tired to do anything- else but head right home and go to sleep. This is.the time of year you can generally count on at least one unbeaten team to fall each weekend The most likely candidate this week shapes up as Georgia Tech which could easily be dumped by Duke. The East • Syracuse over Pitt — Ben Schwartzwalder's boys bounce back after their shellacking by Oregon State. Notre Dame over Navy—A pair of torpedoes named Woski and Hiiarte force Middles to abandon the ship. Yale over Dartmouth.— Old Eli in a squeaker. Army over Iowa State—Cadets due to snap four-game losing streak! RE-ELECT OLIVER D. WHEATLEY Judge Tipton Circuit Court Vote November 3 Your support appreciated. , Pd. Pol. Adv. •Princeton over Brown—Tigers keep rolling toward Ivy League tiele. Also: Perm State over Maryland, Rutgers over Boston U., Cornell over Columbia, Buffalo over " Delaware and Harvard^ over Penn. The South Duke over Georgia Tech-The Blue Devils have a more varied attack. Florida over Auburn—Gators make up for. their beating by Alabama. Alabama over Mississippi State—'bama won by only one point last year so it will be a might wary this time. Louisiana State over Mississippi—Although LSU could be stopped by a tough Mississippi line. Kentucky ever West Virginia —Everyone's been licking the Wildcats lately but here's where it stops. Also: Wake Forest over Memphis State, Clemson over Virginia, Florida State over South- pletely bludgeon the Badgers. Illinois over' Purdue "— Pete Elliott's crew is on the upswing again. - _ Indiana over Minnesota —The Hoosiers are just starting to feel their oats. Michigan over Northwestern —Wolves simply have • the better ball club. Also: Miami (Fla.) over Detroit, Nebraska' over Missouri, Kansas oyer Kansas State, Cincinnati over George Washing- tori, Miami (Ohio) over Bowling ['Green and Wichita over Louisville. The -Southwest Texas over'Southern Metho­ dist—SMU is in the same ' conference although not really in the same league. Arkansas over Texas A.&M. — Coach Frank Broyles'' only problem is possible overconfidence. Baylor over Texas Christian —Flip a coin. Rice over Texas Tech —That Tech line could stand a lift. •Utah over Texas Western — Even home field won't help the miners. Also: Arizona State oyer Colorado State U., . Oklahoma ern Mississippi, Georgia overjState over Tulsa, San Jose Teams Divide Series Loot $12,794 per man. Cincinnati and Philadelphia, which finished in a second-place tie in the National League, each received half of the combined second-and third-place shares". Cincinnati voted 30 full shares .worth $1,254.76 apiece and 19 NEW YORK (UPI) — It was percentage shares. Philadelph- annual. trick or treat time for ia voted 29 full shares worth the major league baseball $1,165.63 and , 21 percentage teams today with the same old shares. story of the rich getting rich-, other full shares were: Chier and the poor getting poorer, cago, second in the AL, $1,46G.- Only the first division teams 01; Baltimore, third in the AL had cause to rejoice as they $971.85; San Francisco, fourth cashed their checks from the in the NL, $467.57; and Detroit, $696,520.15 World Series players' fourth in the AL, $569.69. pool, while the also-rans could • Two of the principal figures only hope that better times in both pennant winners' late were on the way. jseason surges, Pete Ramos of The St. Louis' Cardinals the Yankees and Barney walked away with the lion's Schultz of the Cards, accounted share of the pool by grabbing for partial shares, $286,687.70. The world champi-| ons divided their purse into 411 LIGONIER, Pa. (UPI) — A shares, including 27 full shares three-day meeting of - major North Carolina, Virginia Tech over William and Mary and Tulane over VMI. The Midwest Ohio State over Iowa — could be the Buckeyes'.toughest game so far. " Wisconsin over Michigan State—If Ohio State didn't -coin- State over West Texas State and New Mexico^ State over Eastern New Mecico. The West Southern Cal over Washington —rTrojans move closer, to the Rose Bowl. Oregon over Stanford —Ducks (Continued on page 8) of $8 622 19. ' ileague baseball's general man- The Yankees sliced their ?S ers proved such a success $191,125.13 into 34 full shares of tte c ° nc J. av . e wlU become an $7,874.32, two half shares, iDd, 3 ^"?, 1 a , Uair - ,„ . ^ seven cash awards. I, f rom 19f °* £ e 20 big The fifth place clubs in both league clubs met at the Rolling leagues got part of the pool for ?. ock P lub here for informal the first time with the Milwau- discussions on common prob- League getting $218.81 per full' leras share, and the Los Angeles Angels of the American League receiving $195.62. The Los Angeles Dodgers reversed the Cinderella fable by winding up without a cent, while last year at the same time they were dividing the largest winning share in history Mw..,S beautiful slunpes for 9 6£> You're looking at our most beautiful family portrait yet— the '65's by Chevrolet. Check them over, size them up. Then see your dealer aboutihe one thafs right for you. 9 65Clievrolet This one's the year's hafcdsemest surprise. It's longer, wider, lover. Swankier, more spacious, smoother-riding, too. Everything about it smacks of expensiveiiess except one thing—its Chevrolet price. -..', "' • - '65 Cliemlte A brand-new idea last year, it's even newer now. Fresh styling. V8's'.'avail­ able with up to 300 hp. A softer ride. Malibu Sport Coupe But it's still an easy-to-handle size. After all, that's one of the things that make a Chevelle a Chevelle. "This gathering, the first of its kind in baseball history, was held in an atmosphere of cooperation and proved most productive to the point it will become an annual meeting," said Lee MaoPhail of the Baltimore Orioles. MacPhail served as co-chairman with Joe L. Brown of the Pittsburgh Pirates, origninator of the idea. The Los Angeles Dodgers, who had a previously scheduled club meeting, were not represented. The sessions, which ended yesterday, were closed to all news media. A spokesman said discussions involved player procurement and- development, Triple-A Tranchises, legislative proposals and players' requests. Recommendations resulting from the three days will be presented to the major league club owners at a meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., Nov.-5-7. Want Ads Pay Victim of Plot Clay Asserts By JACK CUDDY UPI Sports Writer BOSTON (UPI)—Heavyweight champion Cassius Clay will have a United Nations delegation in his corner Nov. 16 to make sure he isn't the victim of a "dirty loss" when he meets challenger Sonny Liston for their Boston Garden return boujt. Cassius might also have a delegation of uniformed state troopers in_ his corner if Tommy Rawson, a member of the three-man state boxing commission, finds that the champion's charges of & plot to cheat him are true. The 22-year-bld Clay deviated from his usual poetic self during a press luncheon Wednesday to warn that he will take all steps possible to ensure that the bout, unrecognized by the World Boxing Commission (WBC), is above board. "I know something is wrong," Clay told sports writers in Estelle's Restaurant in suburban Roxbury. "I have heard a lot of rumors .. .and just in case anything happens I have invited 15 delegates to the United Nations from various countries to be at the fight so the world will know if I am cheated," Clay said. Clay who prefers to be known as Muhammed Ali, said he had arranged for private photographers to take movies "of every round in this fight" to make certain he is not the victim of unfair tactics by Liston, his handlers, the referee or anyone else. Rawson promised the champ that he would ask the state police to investigate the charges. Rawson also asked Clay to elaborate on his charges to give investigators something to go on. Clay arrived here Tuesday night from his Miami Beach headquarters for the final three weeks of training at the Boston arena. Blue Devils Need Two More Wins STARTING LINEUPS TIPTON (6-2-0) POS. Boyd, Sr., 200 L.E. Burkhart, Sr. 215 L.T. Tragesser, Jr., 170 L.G. London, Sr., 175 C. Lambert, Sr.,. 190 R.G. Mahaney, Sr., 205 R.T. Haley, Sr., 160 R.E. Harmon, Jr., 160 Q.B. Rumbaugh, Sr., 175 L.H. Moore, Sr.", 205' R.H. Crouch, Sr., 190 F.B. PERU (6-1-1) Teal, Jr., 150 Conklin, Sr., 262 Hartleroad, Sr., 176 Rockwell, Sr., 180 Masiuk, Sr., 196 McKee, Sr., 238 Yentes, Sr., 175 Boma'r, Sr., 180 Shuey, Sr., 160 He'ntgen, Sr., 145 Rockenbaugh, Sr., 196 I Game Time: 7:45 Needing one victory to insure Twin Lakes (Monticello) 26-14, at least a tie for the 1964 CIC Hartford City 20-0, Alexandria football championship and two 35-0 and last week romped to a to put their bid beyond reach 42-0 triumph over Maconaquah. of any claimant, Tipton's Blue They were tied in the second Devils invade Peru Friday; game of the season when Wa- night for a clash with the big- bash came from far behind to gest team they've faced all sea- 1 a 21-21 finish, and suffered their son and one which, over the ! only loss two weeks ago, with years, has been their toughest opponent. , To Peru, playing its final conference game of the season, the game is also a "must" in \ eight varsity members on the sidelines, 19-7 to Elwood. They are at full strength for this one. Defensively the Tigers have the victory column, not only to i allowed their opponents an continue their outside chance of average of less than seven winning the CIC but to prevent \ points a game, and carrying al- their possible drop into fourth j most 10 pounds per man weight place, depending upon the out-! advantage over Tipton in the come of the Huntington-Alexan- j line, the Blue Devils may find dria scramble., |yardage hard to gain if they Coach Bob Larson's Bengals J need it up the middle. ' pose a double threat to Tipton | Great Fullbacks in that they have established | This game like several the best defensive record in the others, will again match two CIC by blanking five of their'. great fullbacks. Bob Rocken- eight previous opponents, and baugh, at' 196 pounds, is one of have seven boys in their often-; the best. He isn't rated highly sive unit who have found their j in the touchdown scoring race way into touchdown territory. Their Record (Peru has defeated Logansport of the NCC 6-0, Huntington 6-0, Liston, who - was listed in Wednesday's odds as an 11-5 favorite to whip Clay, continues to workout at the plush White 'Cliffs resort in Plymouth. gyt.„ . TV Looks less than ever like a thrifty car f^ild/fjlJUL but keeps on saving like;one. Clean new st.vling, fresh new interiors, V8's Nova Sport Coupe available with up to 300 hp! Here's the liveliest thing that's ever happened to thrift. 9 6S Covvalr It's a new kind of Corvair. Ifs longer and wider. It's racier, roomier,-flatter riding. With Quicker steering,"surer Corsa Sport Coupe stopping and more power available- up to 140 hp in Monzas and 500's, up to 180'hp in the new Corsas. Sting Ray Sport Coupe -i Here's where; 1 we gpt dowttKto Mfine-; instruments). Fine points, yes. But Xf» €JOffiCtt& «rokes (4-wheel disc brakes; riew.styl-' {hat's what it takes to improve a thor- jng for bucket seats, sidewall panels, oughbred sports car. # See 5 beuutlfnl $hapen tor '65 — Chevrolet, Cherelte, Checjfi O, Carpulr & Corvette—at your dealer's, MOORE BROTHERS INC., 311 E. JEFFERSON ST. TIPTON, IND. OS 54143 Open Lettet^ to the; Voters of Tipton County I noticed, that on Wednesday, the Tipton Daily Tribune carried a political ad signed by one Russell Lorenzo Chadwell announcing that he as an individual intended to vote against Harold L. Scott, Jr. for the Joint Repre­ sentative from Tipton and Howard Counties. I recognize it to be the right of any person to vote as he chooses, but I question the motives.of any person making a personal attack upon any candidate for public office whose high qualifications are as well known in Kokomo and Howard County as are those of Harold L. Scott, Jr. Mr. Scott has served with distinction upon the Kokomo City Planning Commission and on the Kokomo Board of Zoning Appeals during fhe four years of my administra­ tion as Mayor of Kokomo. He has devoted many hours to those duties, ali without compensation. For these reasons and due to the fact that Kokomo and H ^^STc ^mSynire^ a more qualified candidate to the voters of Tipton Coun­ ty, I take this occasion to assure you voters of Tipton County thaf Harold L. Scott, Jr. deserves, your sirp- port, notwithstanding the personal opinion of Mr. Chad- well. Respectfully yours, W. MILLER Mayor, City of Kokomo This ad pi Id for by John W. Miller, Mayor, City of Kokomo, Ind. because his job had been to grind out that hard-to- gain yardage when the first downs are needed to sustain a drive, but with his pile-driving power, he also has speed as shown in his 46-yard run for a touchdown last week after intercepting a pass. Peru's scoring punch has come from halfbacks Bill Shuey and John Hentgen, each with five touchdowns for the year, and from last year's ail state Kentucky quarterback Gayle Bomar, who leads the Tigers with nine touchdowns scored and has passed for almost as many more using both his ends and halfbacks as a target. At 180 pounds, he's a big boy whd can either go | through the middle or skirt the sidelines. In the passing department, he poses a real threat to the Tipton safetymen in covering the receivers. Tipton Defense Paised Tipton has shown great, defensive strength up the middle, with center Jack London, flanked by Lennie Tragesser and Destry Lambert, doing a great job all season. Hike Rice and Rdn Long have also done great jobs in breaking into the opposition backfield to stop plays before they could get started, and coach Moses after the Noblesville game admitted quite frankly that this is the greatest defensive unit he's ever coached. , They've never faced as big a team as Peru, however. Moses admits the size advantage of the Tigers but feels his own unit has the edge in speed and is counting on that for victory. Tipton goes into the game also at full strength. Both London and Jim Rumbaugh, although having suffered injuries on several occasions, appear fully recovered. Satsns Respected The' Tigers are not under rating Tipton. Coach Larson has lost two in a row to coach iMoses .and has told his squad he dosen't- want to lose this one. The Bengals have been told that Tipton has some backs who are "going to make some college coach very happy . when they sign tenure." They've also been told that regardless of state rating and the fact that Tipton IS a very good team, the Blue Devils only put 11 men on the field at one, time, just the same as Peru, so that what this game boils down to is "the team that wants to win the most Friday night, is the team that will win". Game time, as in all Central Indiana Conference games, is 7:45. Peru has spacious seating capacity, so in view of a game wifK this importance, coach John Moses is hoping Tipton will back its boys with a show of record out-of-town attend- • ance. SEE AND HEAR BARRY GOLDWATER TONIGHT Channel 8 • 9:30 p.m. (I'utri rolltirul A'lvrrtUf-roeat)

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