The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 29, 1964 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, October 29, 1964
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Thursday, Oct 29,1964 THE TIPTQH DAILYTRIBUNE Page"5 iVc -«-c3 TViNUi-Ai -L UKMIJGNO! Members, of the Dragon squad this year, photographed in their lair Wednesday are, left to right, front row: Gary Stout, Ken C!ouser L . John Stout, Claude McCool, Steve Pierce, Gary Upchurch; oacK row, assistant coach Jim htewart,.coach Roy Watson, Mike Mullins, Neil Potter,' Greg Hoback and Craig Plummer. (TRIBUNE Photo-Engraving) age Season With his biggest boy and high est scorers lost by graduation last year, coach Roy Watson is going to have to play a different type of ball, hoping a tough defense can atone for the fact that, as he put it, "I've got one boy 6"2"" and a whole lot of 5'10" boys." Donnie Jones was (the big fellow last season and Keith Leininger rounded out the scoring punch. Watson and assistant coach Jim Stewart still have six returned letter winners with which to work, however including Gary Stout, Steve Pierce, Gary Upchurch and Craig Plummer who have already earned two letters on the hardwood and Ken Clouser and Greg Hpback who^earned varsity insiginas last year. Watson himself has good credentials to pass on to his young Dragons, having been a member of the last team in Tipi'on County to win the Carmel Sectional. Watson was a member of the Jefferson Township team in 195G when the former Yankees picked up the school's only Sectional triumph. Another member of that team is also now coaching in the county as an assistant in Tipton High School. Watson is starting his third season at the helm of the Dragons after graduating as a basketball and track letter-winner at Butler University. In addition to an announced 10-man varsity: the Dragons have one possible additional in Greg Lassiter, who is now awaiting outcome of "a physical exam to determine his- eligibility. Those,listed as varsity members to date include Gary Stout, Ken Clouser, John Stout, Claude McCool, Steve Pierce, Gary Upchurch, Mike Mullins, Neil Potter. Greg Hoback, Craig Pl-m- mer. John Stout, Mullins and Potter are juniors while the rest are seniors. Windfall' opens its schedule next Tuesday at home against Walnut Grove in. a game \ that will be broadcast by WBMP-FM. The full schedule follows*. Nov. 3 Walnut Grove H; Ncv. G Sharpsville. at Tipton: Nov. 20 Fishers, H; Nov. 28 Chatard, H; Dec. 5 Westfield, H; Dec. 11 Frankton, T; Dec. 12 Fairmount, H: Dec. 15 Walnut Grove, T; Dec. 18 Brebuf, T. Dec.29 and 30—1-way tourney, Fillmore-Ellettsville at Cascade. Jan 8 Summitville, T; Jan 15 (Continued on page 8) By RUSS GREEN UP I Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (UPI)—The East gets its first in-person look at red hot Notre Dame Saturday and a chance to judge for itself whether the unbeaten Irish are for real. The surging Irish meet Navy at the John F. Kennedy Sta and the tight and grim-lipped Middies, mauled in three games and tied in another, are scoffing at their 13-point underdog status. Nor is Notre Dame too happy, at the odds, though basking in" the glow of a 5-0 mark following its 2-7 record of a year ago. It's another game with the Navy, 38th in the nation's longest unbroken intersectional series, and nothing is taken for ranted. The East wants to see for itself what Wisconsin, Purdue, the Air Force, UCLA and Stanford found out first hand—the magic "that Ara Parseghian worked with the forgotten, the unwanted, the bench warmers, and untested sophomores, in his first season at South Bend. The East wants to examine how Parseghian could turn John Huarte into a star with just three words last spring—"you're m (SiofisfacfioB^uarqiiteed} Make Septic Tanks Work Like New ASK YOUR DEALER FOR TIPTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP ast Gets Look Notre Dame my quarterback." So far Huarte has completed 62 of 111 passes for 999 yards and five touchdowns. Huarte was injured his sophomore year, and played only a few minutes during the season. He then played only 45 minutes in. a dog house junior year after he went for two points instead of one against instructions in a game the Irish eventually lost by one. How come, the East is asking. Jack Snow, an overweight halfback- and bench warming defensive end last year now is a tight end who already has set a Notre Dame reception record? Just because Parseghian said, "You're my end" or because Huarte knows all of his moves? How come linemen like Don Gmiter, Tony Tegner, Kevin Hardy and Alan Page, holding opponents to an average of 27 yards rushing and something like one yard <per rush, reached manhood in their sophomore year? They're also reasons.for the question—Is Notre Dame for real? , s Navy, licking the wounds of its 2-3-1 season, also wants to find out, and probably will, the hard way. The Middies have high hopes West Leading NBA Scorers By United Press International Deadeye Jerry "West is taking ailing Wilt Chamberlain's place as the National Basketball Association's leading scorer, and the .Los Angeles Lakers are none the worse for it. The s h a r p-shooting Laker guard scored 32 points Wednesday night—21 in the second half —to pace the Lakers to a 112102 win over the Baltimore Bullets. West has maintained an average of more than 30 points a game this season. The Lakers lead the NBA Western Division with a 4-1 record. The Boston Celtics, the who- else leaders in the Eastern Division, roared from behind in St. Louis Wednesday night to snatch victory away from the Hawks 119-117. The defending NBA champs—now 6-0 — were down 100-86 going into the fourth quarter. It was the only other NBA g am e played Wednesday. The Bullets were led in scoring by Walt Bellamy with 24 but the 6-foot-ll center got only eight rebounds. In the Celtics-Hawks game, S. Louis' Zelmo Beaty led all scorers with 30 points and teammate Cliff Hagan had 24 But the Celtics' strong defense and clutch scoring made the difference. Sam Jones, who scored 27, and Tom Heinsohn, who had 19, each poured in four points in the closing minutes to decide the game. National Basketball Association By United Press International Eastern Division Boston 6 0 Cincinnati 3 1 Philadelphia 2 3 New York 1 3 Western Division W. L 4 1 2 2 1.000 .750 .400 .250 Los Angeles St. Louis Detroit 2 4 Baltimore 2 5 San Francisco 1 14 Wednesday's Results Boston 119 St. Louis 117 Los Angeles 112 Baltimore 102 (Only games scheduled) Pet. .800 .500 .333 .286 .200 that miracle man Roger Staubach will be sound for Saturday, something he hasn't been since the opener against Penn State when a misdirected Navy block injured his achilles tendon. The .Jolly Roger came back last week to pass the Middies to a tie with Pitt, but his dazzling footwork was still missing. It might be better this week, if Notre Dame so decrees. He was cutting well in drills, for the first time. (Continued on page 8) (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) J PANEL DISCUSSION AND TELETHON TRUTH SESSIONS ALL FOUR INDIANAPOLIS STATIONS CHANNEL 13 WLW-I -7:30-8:00 PM Dick answers the panel's questions 4 WTTV / -8:30-9:00 PM | ' Dick answers the panel's questions 6 WFBM-TV-9:30-10:00 PM „ i . Dick answers your telephone questions ;v 8 WISH 4 —11:20-11:50 PM j.. Dick answers your telephone questions Ask the man who's had experience in the State House. Don't miss it! VOTE REPUBLICAN! GO FOR RISTINE, the man on the go . 4 . . You** Next Governor! Paid for by the Ristine for Governor Finance Committee FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT... Barry M. Gokjwater John R. Feighner For 5th District Congressman Richard Ristine For Governor D. Russell Bontrager For U.S. Senator THESE MEN OF INTEGRITY ARE PLEDGED TO SERVE AMERICA -INDIANA-TIPTON COUNTY • John M. Ryan For Lt. Governor •John K. Snyder For Treasurer of State' • Gerald L. Powell For Secretary of State • Edwin K. Steers For Attorney General • James R. Beasley For Superintendant of Public Instruction • Allen J. Lindley For Auditor of State AND HERE ARE YOUR TIPTON COUNTY CANDIDATES HAROLD L. SCOTT, JR. For Joint State Representative Tipton-Howard Counties TROY N. HUTTO For Judge of the Circuit Court 36th Judicial Circuit PHILIP V. NICHOLS For County Coroner n- - 4* - BETTY K. CLARK For County Recorder ROBERT STOOPS v For County Commissioner .Second.'Qistrict ' . NEAL JOHNSON For County Commissioner Third District You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer.. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by encouraging class hatred. "You cannot help'the poor'by dlscuoragmg'the rich. You cannot establish sound security by spending more than you earn. You cannot build character and courage by taking away man's initiative and independence. , You cannot help men permanently by doing for - them what fhey could and snould do for. themselves. Abraham Lincoln Vote for Your Children's Future on Nov. 3 - Vpte Republican THIS AD SPONSORED BY* THE TIPTON COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMITTEE

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