The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 30, 1964 · Page 4
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Friday, Oct 30,1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Page 5 Sports Parade (Reg. U.S. Pah Off.) By MILTON RICHMAN UP I Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (UPI)—One of the nation's top athletic officials pointedly warmed the U.S. against sitting back on its Olympic laurels Friday and said the Russians will have "a special reason" for trying to hog the gold medals in Mexico City. The Russians were f'com- pletely.. shocked" by the fact we won 30 out of 36 gold medals in track and field and swimming, the two major events during the Tokyo Olympics, said Col. Donald F. Hull, Executive Director of the Amateur Athletic Union. "We can never hope to win that many again because the Russians are going to make sure. they'll have much better teams at Mexico City four years from now," Hull added. Bellamy Sparks Bullet Victory Against Lakers FOR HERBERT OFF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST. | Your Support Appreciated Election November 3,1964 Grandson of Jacob G. Off County Commissioner 18 Years Jacob Off was a PIONEER of Tipton County . . . serving as Postmaster of Jackson while in Saw Mill business. He was a COUNTY SUPERVISOR and COUNTY COMMISSIONER for 18 years continuously. Jacob was president of the group when the courthouse was built. Herbert Off will give the same efficient, courteous service his grandfather gave before him. ELECT HERBERT OFF FOLLOW TRADITION! (raid Political Advertisement) Special Reason "They wanted the next Olympic games to be held in Mexico City for a special reason., The Russians know the people By United Press International down there are poor, and poor I The Baltimore Bullets, corn- people generally are far more tag back in the final minutes of susceptible to Communism than.a hectic National Basketball others. ' (Association game, defeated the "The Russians figure'if they Los Angeles-Lakers 98-95 in the can make a great showing in only NBA contest on tap Thurs the Mexico City Olympics, it day night, would be a tremendous feather I Walt Bellamy and Bailey in their cap. jHowell provided a crowd of 6 ; ' "I'm not talking from Here- 631 fans the excitement they say. I know for a fact the Rus-!came to see by connecting on sians already have offered to successive shots to pull the bul- send some of their coaches to lets into the lead with only six help the Mexicans," Hull con-[minutes to play, tinued. It was the Lakers' first loss "Gabriel Korobkov, said he after three straight wins and might go down to Mexico 'just left themselves with a 4-2 NBA to help out' despite the fact he record, still best in the Western previously had said he planned :Division. Gifs Johnson, with 16 points in the first half, led the Bullets with 28 points and also did a great job rebounding. West, thanks to his fine third quarter, also scored 28 — one more than Laker teammate Elgin Baylor who had 27. i Bellamy followed Johnson in the • Baltimore scoring total with 19." Howell finished with 11, including six key points in the final period. Pa VOTE Ha DEAN IS READY SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)— Floyd Dean, who recently recovered from a knee operation, will be ready to 'fill a linebacker berth for the San Francisco Forty Niners when they take on the Baltimore Colts in a National Football League game Sunday. ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIGG to retire after this year." (Continued on page 6) REACTIVATE JOHNSON NEW YORK (UPI) — Bookie linebacker Garry iPhilbin was deferred injured list Thursday and veteran Mark -Johnston | was activated for the Jets' American (Football League 'game against the Boston Patriots Saturday night. Tonight ought to see a real fine football game. The eyes of the entire-conference are on it. Even Elwood and Alexandria fans, keyed up for their own clashes at Wabash and Huntington, respectively, will tune in tonight on WBMP tFM as soon as their games are over,, to pick up the play-by-play from Phil Cole and Steve CBauer who are calling it back to the local station by telephone. By now,.no one is questioning the power of the Tipton team, nor its authenticity to a claim for state recognition. The only question is can it keep going on a steady diet of needing to win every game. Physically, the boys are up to it, but it's an increasingly tougher problem for the coach to keep them keyed up mentally. They were geared to a top effort for Noblesville. There might be a slight let-down for this one, tout if they can get by Peru, the incentive of closing out then- conference schedule undefeated should be enough to crank them up once more for the season finale next week at home against Wabash. Strong Defense IFigures don't lie, and in this case they show that Peru may be the best defensive club Tipton has faced' all year. Huntington was able to tally 19 points against Tipton but they were blanked by Peru 6-0. Logansport of the North Central Conference was also blanked 6-0. Alexandria, which held a 6-0 lead over Tipton at halftime, was drubbed 35-0 by the Bengals who also shutout Hartford City 20-0. .That they can be scored upon however, was shown by Wabash which went to the air in a 21-21 tie, and by Elwood, a crippled Your Support Will Be Appreciated McADOO [MIKE] CL0USER Democratic Candidate for JOINT REPRESENTATIVE Tipton-Howard Counties Election November 3, 1964 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Tipton victim who administered the only loss on the Peru record 19-7;, with some good hard-nosed football. We talked with Alex coach Jim Wehsollek after his team had lost to Peru and despite the score, he expressed the belief Tipton could and should defeat the Tigers. He based his opinion on the fact he felt Peru's huge size would be offset by Tipton speed. Much has been written on the power displayed by Tipton's Danny Crouch and Bill Moore. What might have been overlooked is the fact that Jim Rumbaugh is still the fastest boy on the Tipton team, and against a team as big as Peru, Rum baugh's speed might be the most important factor in tonight's outing. If he gets into .the Tiger secondary, he could be long gone. Equally important is that speed as a blocking back. We've pointed out previously the wonderful job- Jim has done in running interference for the other ball carriers and" several times we've seen him come from far back, or the opposite side of the field, to eliminate the lone remaining obstacle to ; another Tipton carrier's touchdown jaunt. Greatly Improved Another boy who has gone comparatively unnoticed in the backfield is Jim Harmon;, who relatively untested until this season is possibly the most improved player of that foursome. Only a junior, he dosen't "rattle" under fire and several times has recovered beautifully from situations where he appeared hopelessly trapped while trying to find a receiver. We also believe that Tipton fans will see some hitherto unveiled plays tonight. Just prior to the Alex game, when the report was out that coach Jim Wehsollek had some surprises in store for the Satans, coach Moses told this writer "Well, we may have to use some surprises our selves. I've got several I've been working on for the Peru game, but if we have to use them, we'll pull them out of the bag for Alex." As it turned out, Moses didn't have to resort to it so those plays may toe looked for tonight. Tipton's line, in all probability, will hold the key to success in the two remaining games. That and the Blue Devil pass defense First the line will have to contain the explosive charges of fullback Bob Rockebbaugh. If they are successful in that, quarterback Gayle Bomar will be ordered to take to the air. That could lead to touchdown trouble, tout the way Tipton has been improving on aerial defense, the trouble might turn out to be Peru's on interceptions. All in all, we look for one of the best games of football we've seen in a long while. In The' Stands | We were happy last week, on entering the field for the Noblesville game, to be greeted by coach Clayton Myers,, former local aide to Jake-Weger. Clayton, whose Greenfield team is rolling like a house afire, has a date tonight at home against Noblesville, and he was here essentially to do a scouting job on the Millers, as well as to- smilingly renew local friendships. Just that afternoon, in a visit to Windfall, we had been passed Clayton's "regards" toy Dragon principal Harold DeNoon who spent last season in Greenfield with Clayton. Glad to welcome Mr. DeNoon to the fold. Basketball Season Around the county, which doesn't engage in football, the hardwood sport breaks into ac tion next week. Windfall is the first to start with a game Tuesday night at home against Walnut Grove. This game will also be carried by Dick Stewart on WBMPHFM, for those unable to find seats. Then the night after Tipton closes its football season against Wabash, Sharpsville-Prairie un- viels its basketball squad in the Tipton High School gym as host to Windfall. That county clash is expected to draw a lot of local fans who wonder what the Spartans will offer' in the way of opposition to Tipton in a-game scheduled here Nov. 25 in the home opener for the Blue Devils. IFans who are interested better remember to keep next Saturday night open. Meanwhile we've got a date set next Wednesday to visit Sharpsville and get the team photo of the Spartans, along with a team roster. We also hope next week, to visit Hamilton County for a photo of the Jackson Central Eagles who are the Tipton opponent January 30 in the Tipton gym. u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS Irish Seek On Naval By GARY KALE UPI Sports Writer They've stopped cheering tradition and started cheering the players once niore at old Notre Dame, and it looks as if this year's Irish football squad has finally brought an end to a dormant decade of gridiron achievement. . Not since 1953 when the Irish won their last national : championship has the enthusiasm and desire to win been as strong at South Bend. Feelers are already out for an Irish Bowl appearance, which would mark Notre Dame's first post season game in 40 years. The Irish's last extra-curricular excursion was in 1925 when they beat Stanford, 27-10, in the Rose Bowl. ' That also was the senior year of the famous "Four Horsemen" backfield that included Harry Stuhldreher, Jimmy Crowley, Don Miller and Elmer Layden. To Overrun Navy Notre Dame this season has quarterback John Huarte to pitch "bombs" against Navy Saturday and make the Middies its sixth straight victim. The Irish, ranked second in the nation behind Ohio State, have a revenge motive, too. Navy clobbered them, 35-14, last year and has beaten Notre Dame in three of their last four meetings. Ohio State, meanwhile, contests Iowa in a Big-Ten conference game that could spell the difference in a Buckeye trip to Pasadena. Quarterback Don Unverferth and Willard Sander lead the Ohio State air-ground; offense, but the Hawkeyes of Iowa have the best conference passer in Gary Snook, who has completed 62 of 128 tosses for 844 yards and five TD's. Third-ranked Alabama, with injured quarterback Joe Nam- ath a doubtful starter, places a 6-0 record on the line against Mississippi State Saturday night. Dave Ray's 21-yard field goal provided the Tide's 17-14 winning margin over Florida last week. Nebraska and Arkansas, rated fourth and fifth, respectively, also take perfect 6-0 marks against coherence opponents. The Cornhuskers of Nebraska pit their rugged defense lead against .Missouri in a Big Eight tussle and the Razorbacks seek to secure a Southwest Confer : ence edge in their meeting with? Texas A&M. Texas In Easy Match Texas, the 1963 national champion, rebounded last week against Rice after an Oct. 17 loss to • Arkansas. The sixth- ranked Longhorns should have it easy against Southern Methodist, which has lost four of its five games. Seventh-ranked Georgia Tech has won six straight, but the Engineers may be in for rough times against unbeaten, but once-tied- Duke. Georgia Tech does not have much soring power and must rely on a defense that has only yielded 18 points this season. Michigan, ranked eighth, faces Northwestern as a prep for next week's battle with ninth-rated Illinois, which plays Purdue this Saturday. Tenth-ranked Oregon, riding" a 10-game winning streak (6-0 this season), has the momentum to beat Stanford for the eighth straight time. Tonight's main attraction is the Miami (Fla.) at Detroit game. The Hurricanes are winless in five efforts, losing four and tying one. The Titans of Detroit have won two and lost four. f i VOTE ".l I ARRIVES FOR FIGHT NEW YORK (UPI) — Oscar Bona vena, an unbeaten Argentine heavyweight, arrived Thursday from Buenos Aires for his fight with Dick Wipperman of Buffalo, N.Y., at Madison Square Garden Nov. 13. GRUBBS SUFFERS ATTACK . DALLAS (UPI) — Howard Grubbs, executive secretary of the Southwest Athletic Conference, was admitted to Methodist Hospital Thursday after he suffered a heart attack. F-i VOTE VAN BUREN SELECTED PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Steve Van Buren, former star halfback with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, has been elected to the Pennsylvania " sports Hall of Fame. Van Buren will be honored with other inductees at an election dinner on Nov. 15. .together we must build a New Indiana!" VOTE DEMOCRATIC JUDGE BRANIGIN'S NEW INDIANA... What's in it Sor you? -> "The People of Indiana have grown tired of excuses in the place of leadership. • • . •' ; ^;t "We Indiana taxpayers have accepted too little too long! ''• : "• • : s'triX-y • - : "If our state government is to keep faith with the People.of Indiana x \ve must begin NOW to plan and build A New and Better Indiana. One which will have a new attitude. It will emphasize what is right with our state rather than what is wrong. We will concern ourselves with making Indiana not only a good place to work but a better place to live." HERBERT OFF Commissioner-| 2nd District A successful farmer in Tipton County. He knows what Tipton County needs and will work to do the best for the County. RECORDER VOTE OLIVER WHEATLEY He has performed the duties of Judge with a sense of fairness and equality. He is proud to stand on his record. Commissioner - 3rd District EANIGIN for a new and better Indiana!! • ••• VOTTE ****•' DEMOCRATIC! JOHN CARD WELL Has served one iterm as Commissioner. Will see that the taxpayers money is spent wisely. D N E O M V O E. c • M R B •A E T T R 1 C 3rd BONNIE LINEBACK Has operated her own business for twenty-five years. Has taken special business courses. Her late husband was teacher coach and principal in Prairie Township for thirty-six years. Joint Representative MC ADOO (MIKE) CLOUSER He will represent all of the voters of Tipton Howard Counties not just a select group. CORONER and Paid Political Ad. by Tipton County Democratic Central Committee CHESTER MITCHELL Funeral director in city'of Tipton. Former Township Trustee of Wildcat Township. i

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