The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 4, 1964 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 4, 1964
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THE TIPTON PABLY TRIBUNE THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Wednesday, Nov. 4, the 309th day of 1964 with 57 to follow. The moon is new; The morning stars are- Jupiter, Venus and Mars. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. ";.>-• Humorist' "Will Rogers was horn on this day in 1879. On this day in history: In 1842, 33-year-old Abraham Lincoln married Mary Todd in Springfield. III. In 191S, the Austrian and Hungarian armies accepted World War I truce terms dictated by the Allies. In 1931. the League of Nations cited Japan for willful aggression in Manchuria. In 1952, Gen. Dwight Eisenhower was elected President, ending 20 years of Democratic administration. Ham and Turkey SHOOT Sunday, November 8, 1964 12 Noon Still Board Only 1- .Vii'e East of Atlanta On County Line ATLANTA CONSERVATION CLUB Tipton Dropped From Grid Poll; St Joe First By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Unbeaten but once-tied South Bend St. Joseph's remained the top candidate today for Indiana's high school football mythical state crown. The Indians, with an 8-0-1 record, topped the next-to-last United Press International coaches' board ratings easily, grabbing 7 of 10 first-place votes for 97 points', just 3 short of a perfect score. They close out their season at neighboring Penn Friday. The upper bracket of the UPI "Big 10" remained unchanged, with Kokomo second, Elkhart third, Bloomington fourth and : South Bend Riley fifth. ! Kokomo received two first; place votes and wound up with 84 points.' Elkhart got 75, | Bloomington 61 and Riley 56. f Lower Bracket Changes j The lower bracket spots were shifted slightly. South Bend 1 Washington moved up from seventh to sixth, Evansville Reitz from eighth to seventh, East Chicago Washington from 11th to eighth, Indianapolis Sacred m til "N 3 Hegylation takes the place of direct competition iii operating a public utility. Begulation by a state agency permits exclusive service areas, which, eliminate costly duplication of facilities and produce operating efficiencies. Regulation means better service at lower cost. As a user of electricity, you win! • . IgUE ^J^jSEftVJCE COMPANY; OF IN DIANA, INC. eart from' 10th to ninth, and East Chicago Roosevelt and LaPorte slipped' to be deadlocked for 10th place. Roosevelt, knocked from the unbeaten ranks by St. Joe last week, was sixth last week and LaPorte, loser to Elkhart, was. ninth. "Reitz, favored for the Southern Conference title, received the other first-place vote. The coaches nominated only 17 teams, the smallest number all season. Dropped were Gary Wallace, Indianapolis Scecina, Terre Haute Schulte, Bloomington University, Muncie South and Tipton. Kokomo and Bloomington have their sights on perfect records in this weekend's season finales. The Breakdown The breakdown, with first places and total points: 1. S.B. St. Joseph's (7) 97 2. Kokomo (2) . 84 "4. Bloomington 61 5. South Bend Riley '.56 6. S.B. Washington 49 7. Evansville Reitz (1) 44 8. E. Chi. Washington 19 9. Indpls Sacred Heart 17 10. E. Chicago Roosevelt & LaPorte 10 12. Indianapolis Cathedral 9; 13. Hobart 6!6; 14. Evansville Bosse 6; 15. Madison Heights and Hammond 3; 17. Merrillville COURTNEY TO COACH HOUSTON (UPI)—Clint Courtney, formerly a catcher for five American League baseball clubs, will be a coach and hull- pen catcher for the H o u s t o- n Colts next year. Co-op Battery SALE Thru month of Nov. FREE Battery carrier with purchase of car, truck or tractor battery during this sale- at your FARM BUREAU COOP Switch Helped Boilermakers By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press International LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)— When Purdue football coach Jack Mollenkopf decided to switch Bob Hadrick from fifth- string quarterback to end, it may have been one of the wisest moves he has made. They made the change a year ago and it was an immediate hit. Hadrick developed into one of the Big Ten's finest pass receivers—and he proved it again against Illinois. . He grabbed eight passes from sophomore quarterback . Bob Griese, some of them bordering on being sensational grabs, to garner United Press International Midwest "Lineman of the Week" honors. The 6-2 junior from South Bend, Ind., has been a standout all season. But against Illinois, which trounced the Boilermakers thoroughly a year ago, Hadrick was"~at his best. "They had two guys on him all the time and one of them was (Dick) • Butkus," said Mollenkopf. "And still he was able to come down with the ball. "Greatest _End" "He has beautiful moves to get into the open—he has the finest moves of any college pass receiver I know." Without hesitation, Mollenkopf said Hadrick is "the greatest end since I've been here." Against Illinois, he took 8 passes—a single-game school record—for 95 yards and 1 touchdown to give him 36 for the season and boosting him to within easy reach of the one- season record of 43 by Bernie Flowers in 1952. Hadrick also appeared to be a cinch to re-write Flowers' 3- year career record of 82 receptions since he already has 65 with 12 games to go—three this ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIGG As of this writing, we haven't received the Dragon : box score from last night, so other than advising that Windfall romped 92-63 over Walnut Grove, we can't tell much on the details. We did talk with Phil Cole who helped cover the game for WBMP last night and he said the Dragons looked good—full of hustle, and may be more of a handfull than the Sharpsville- Prairie Spartans are ready for this Saturday night when the two clubs meet in Tipton High School gym. It'll be the season opener for coach Bob Blessing's club. Covering the election last night, we didn"t get any sack time, finishing tabulationo juot in time to get ourselves outside a cup of coffee before starting work, but we do remember Cole saying that the Dragons pulled away from a 23-16 first quarter score to lead at halftime 40-29 and were coasting 66-47 going into the final period. Ticket Sale Athletic Director Dick Barr told us yesterday that plans for the sale of T.H.S. season basketball tickets are being completed by ticket manager David Winks, eepsake O I A M.O M D RINGS .,. guaranteed PERFECT center diamond, or replacement assured. Life- tinra trade-in privilege toward a larger Keepsake, Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind. season and nine more in 1965. . Besides scoring the second touchdown against Illinois, he set up the first by taking four passes from Griese for 51 yards in a 60-yard drive. But an even bigger thrill than ihis pass-catching, said Hadrick, was when his team took the ball into the Illinois end zone three times in the first 20 minutes. "They humiliated us last year at Illinois, butl think we broke [their backs when we ran up a 20-0 lead," he said. The Illinois game was one of the toughest Hadrick has played in—"as tough as Michigan," he said. Suffered Bruised Ribs 'That Butkus buried his helmet in my stomach and I still had some bruised ribs from the Michigan game." j I Hadrick usually operates from a 10-12 yard hook pattern jhe and Griese hav worked out and his timing makes up for lack of speed. Here's news for cattle feeders! Purina's new "Built-to-Fit" Special Streer Fatenas , Hire is just one of nearly 300 test pens x>t cattle used to develop the new .Special Steer Catenas at Purina' H lli-st-arch Farm. Four years of testing: involved more than 1'500 test cattle. Each of th«se new cattle supplements is formulated for a specific kind of grain and roughage. Even the size of your cattle is considered in selecting the right one for you to feed! . g Results? These new Special Steer Fatenas have set all-time Purina performance records in 4 years of tps-ts. For example, the new Steer Fatena "Built- to-Fit" corn or milo rations, fed with poor quality roughages, produced 6,4% faster gains on 10.7^ less feed! The new Steer Fatena "Built-to-Fit' barley rations produced equally high results at a lower feed cost than ever before! Whether you bunk-feed or self-feed your cattle, there's a new Special Steer Fatena "Built-totFit" your own feeding conditions. Come in and find out which is formulated to step up your feeding efficiency! i Adler's Seeds U. S. 31 and SHARPSV1LLE ROAD Phone 963-5397 Built-to-Fit your cattle . . . your grain : your roughage,^'. and due to the pricing of tickets at $10 each for adults and $4 for students, they will not ibe placed on sale until a week from Friday or Nov. 13, which, being payday for most folks, will be a little more convient for them. The tickets this year cover 11 home games, which is a con: siderably "better deal than .last season when only eight games were played in the Tipton gym We're going to see if we can't talk Richard into putting on a little scrimmage session for the fans while they're waiting for their seats that Friday night. .. give 'em an idea of whether they're going to get their money's worth. End of Tourney Don Jellison reveals in the Noblesyille Ledger that this year' will be the last of the Hamilton County Tourney. Carmel is dropping out of it due to plans for meeting more big school competition the following year, and Walnut Crove will cut the size of the eligible field since it is in the consolidation planning with : Jackson Central. The Eagles will hold a four- team Holiday Tourney, hosting Fishers, Sheridan and Westfield, while Carmel is hoping to hold a tourney of its own, tentatively listing Crawfordsville, Muncie South Side and West Lafayette as the contenders. Scalpers Here Reports have it that the Wabash Apaches will 'be geared up for their top effort of the season against Tipton Friday night, hoping to play a spoiler role. They put out a whale of an effort against Elwood last week, Tipton has never, to the best of our knowledge, played Wabash in football so the game will mark a new milestone in the CIC against last season's de fending champions. And Tipton will be looking to make up for its loss to Peru, a loss which dropped the Satans out of the state ratings. The Blue Devils have to win this one or idle Peru will also pass them in the CIC standings. A win guarantees them at least a share of the title, and the outright confer ence crown should Elwood fall before Huntington. Come on guys, let's make this a big one.- Moore Leads NFL In Scoring Statistics NEW YORK (UPI)— Lenny Moore doesn't like to play second fiddle and consequently- is burning up the National Football ^League in scoring statistics. Posted as the No. 2 left halfback behind Tom Matte when the Baltimore Colts' opened the season, Moore immediately began a comeback that has resulted in 13 touchdowns a league-leading 78 points. He was out most' of the 1963 season because of injuries. ' A master at deception, Moore has tallied 11 TDs on the ground and two more on pass receptions. The nine-year NFL veteran scored in 10 straight games and goes after the league record held jointly by Elroy Hirsch and Buddy Dial when the .Colts play the Chicago Bears Sunday. Moore has a 10-point lead over Jim Bakken of St. Louis and a 14-point bulge on Colt teammate Lou Michaels, both of whom achieved their totals with educated toes.-Paul Horning of Green Bay has 63 points on four touchdowns, 21 conversions and six field goals. During his career, Moore has scored OQ TDs, third behind Don Hutson of Green Bay (105) and Jimmy Brown of Cleveland (100). His consecutive game scoring performance is heightened by the fact that Hirsch, with Los Angeles in 1950 and 1951 and Dial with Pittsburgh in 1959 and 1960 each achieved their share of the record solely on passes. Brown became the first man in NFL history to go over the 10,000-yard mark in rushing when he picked up 149 yards against Pittsburgh last Sunday. The Cleveland fullback now has 813 for the season, a comfortable margin over the 669 posted by Don Perkins of Dallas. Johnny Unitas, the air arm of the Baltimore attack leads in average yards gained with a 9.16 passing mark. He has completed 87 of 169 tosses, good for 1,548 yards and 14 touchdowns. Unitas has been intercepted only four times, a low that matches second place-Bart Starr of Green Bay. Flanker back John Morris of Chicago continues to lead the pass receivers with 58 catches, a high of 702 yards gained and a league first with seven touch­ downs on passes. Chicago's tight end, Mike Dltka, is second with 53 receptions. " Paul- Krause of Washington is the only newcomer to- league department leaders. The Redskin defensive specialist has intercepted six passes. Four other players are tied for second with five thefts. Yale Lary of Detroit leads the punters with a 46.9 yard average, Brady Keys of Pittsburgh is the punt return leader with a 15.4 yard average and Walt Roberts of Cleveland heads the kickoff return artists with a 30.8 average. RATELLE IN FOLD NEW YORK (UPI) — Center Jean Ratelle will play for the Baltimore Clippers of the American- Hockey League again this season after ending his three- week holdout Tuesday. The center was immediately assigned to the Clippers after he signed-with the parent New York Rangers of the National; Hockey League. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. C-!f by. $m The Miracle- Comfort Watcrcband PLAINSMAri $ 5 95 (No Tax) + - jeweler DODGE CORONET the savingest, sellingest full-size Dodge in history If you look at low-price cars and miss this four-door sedan Coronet 440 with V8 power, it can cost* you 306 dollars. Thafs how much lower priced it is than a comparable model Chevy Impala. (And compared to a Ford Galaxie 500, this Coronet is 314 dollars less!) And Coronet is no compromise. It's a hot car-with optional power to 426 cubic inches. It's a full-size car—in room, looks and ride. But, thank The Dodge Boys, it's lower priced—from the two-door sedan model right on up to the sports jobs. In fact, between convertible models (Coronet 500 vs. Galaxie 500 XL), the price savings is 604 dollars in favor of Dodge! Any wonder, the Coronet is the sellingest full-size Dodge in history? Come see •All price differences based on manufacturer's suggested retail prices for comparable Dodge, Chevy and Ford models, exclusive of white walls, destination charges, state and local taxes, if any. CLXOE A QV&RDOJU? MOTORS Inc, TIPTON, I^biA^A;';-, ^\X* '''•:,STATEr 'iROAl >!'2J } ( EASTf. ;-*/»''"-PHQNE 05* 5 -7426

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