The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 5, 1964 · Page 4
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Sports Parade (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports-Writer NEW YOB. K (UPI)—Pickin' the weekend winners or this is the lime a number of football teams are knocked over because they're looking a week or two ahead. Coaches claim it's practically impossible for a major team to < go through an unbeaten season nowadays although .Notre Dame, Nebraska and Arkansas ought to wake up Sunday with their perfect records still-antact. The East Notre Dame over Pitt — •Panthers fall victim to a Huarte attack. ' Syracuse oyer Army.— Little and Nancy kayo the Cadets. Princeton over Harvard — "Iacavazzi carried"—that's all, brother. Yale over Penn — Old Eli tries to keep pace with Princeton for Jvy League title. Cornell over 'Brown — In a squeaker. • Also: "Dartmouth over Columbia, Rutgers over Lafayette, Holy Cross over Massachusetts, Colgate over. Bucknell, Buffalo over Richmond, Villanova over Boston College and Connecticut over Boston U. The South Georgia Tech over Tennessee —Tech moves closer to a bowl bid. . • Alabama^over LSU — That 'bama line is tough to crack. Navy over Maryland—Staubach is back in shape again. Florida over Georgia—Gators stay in running for Southeastern Conference crown. Kentucky over Vanderbilt — Wildcats snap four-game losing streak. Also: Miami (Fla.) over Tulane, Duke over Wake Forest, Auburn over Mississippi State,' Clemson over North Carolina, West Virginia over George Washington, Mississippi over Tampa, South Carolina over the Citadel and North Carolina State over Virginia Tech. The Midwest Ohio State over Penn State- Buckeyes charge back after last week's scare. Nebraska over Kansas—Virtually nothing gets by that bear-trap Nebraska defense. Purdue over Michigan State —That Griese-Hadrick passing combination is bound to bother the Spartans. Michigan over Illinois—Timberlake leads the Wolves. Iowa over Minnesota—Gophers will have trouble .with Snook. Also: Northwestern over Wis- ton over Xavier (0.) Bowling Green over Marshall and Ohio U. over Western Michigan. The Southwest Arkansas oyer Rice-^-Razorbacks had hetfer stay awake all 60 minutes, though. Texas over Baylor — Longhorns can't afford another loss if they're still thinking about their fourth straight Southwest title. SMU over Texas A. & M.— Thomas knows how to toss that ball. Oklahoma over Iowa State— Sooners will have to stop Vaughn and Baker. Tulsa over Memphis State— Best bet of the week because of Rhome, a one-man spectacular all by himself. Also: iFlorida State over Houston, Arizona State over Kansas State, New Mexico over Texas Western, Idaho over Arizona, Wiehitd over Oklahoma State and Texas Tech o v e r* West Texas State. " The West ' California over Washington- Huskies suffer a let-down after splattering Southern Cal. Stanford over Southern Cal— Indians stage their second straight upset. '••-.•^ Oregon State over Indiana— It'll be a long ride home for the Hoosiers. Oregon over Washington State —Ducks, 'still 1 steaming oyer their upset loss to Stanford,may roll up the score against the Cougars. UCLA over the Air Forces \ The Uclans are seven-point fa- ; ; vorites but should win by at least two touchdowns. Also: Wyoming over Utah State, Utah over Brigham Young, San Jose State over Colorado State U., and University of Pacific -over Santa Clara. KONSTANTY T6 TEACH . ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Jim Kotf stanty, former major league pitcher, has been named pitching instructor for the St. Louis Cardinals minor league clubs. Konstanty won "the National League's most valuable player award in 1950 when he led the Philadelphia Phillies to' the pennant. Writers Pick Johnny Keane For Honors By FRED DOWN r UPI Sports Writer "NEW YORK (UPI) — Johnny Keane, who led the St Louis Cardinals, to . the National League • pennant and an upset victory over the New York Yankees in the World Series, was named the- National League's manager of the year today by the United Press International. The 52-year-old Keane, who climaxed the amazing season by quitting the Cardinals to become -manager of the -Yankees after the World Series, was the choice of 13 of the writers" who made: up the 1964 UPI's 20-man board of baseball experts.''. Gene Mauch, the inspirational pilot of the Philadelphia. Phil-, lies, finished second in the balloting with four votes and Dick Sisler, interim manager of-the Cincinnati Reds, was third with three votes. A long-time organization man in the Cardinal system who had been.passed over five times before being named manager, the grey - haired, leathery - faced Keane guided the Cardinals to their first pennant since 1946 because he refused to panic even when his own front-office had quit on the team. Keane kept his players plugging away in the wake of the front-running Phillies and Reds even though they fell 11 games behind the leaders in early September. By that time, Cardinal owner August C. Busch already had begun to clean out front- office personnel and had Keane marked for the ax on the assumption the Cardinals had no chance to win the flag. But the Phillies' suddenly staged pne of the greatest collapses in baseball history and the Reds were unable to hold onto first place when it was virtually handed to them. That left the Cardinals — and they finally clinched the pennant by beating the New York Mets on the last day of the season while the Phillies ended the possibility of a three-way tie by beating the Reds. PALMER LEADS WINNERS DUNEDIN, OFla. (UPI) — Arnold Palmer continues to hold a narrow edge over Jack Nicklaus in the Professional Golfers Association money ' winning „„„„ „ mr , ~ standings. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-The Palmer has earned $111,703.37'San Francisco Forty Nmers of to Nicklaus' $111,384.50.- Billy the National Football .League Casper, who captured the re- have obtained defensive back GET DEFENSIVE BACK JETS' POWER BOY - By Alan Mover MATT SN£U, »/£rs FULLBACK, ft P &TT///6 foor' •'. M T//E, ' • 7TYO ftS— //0//OA$. ^ 0iU THE FORMS* oMo • k 5TATZ STAR'S MU/£ m lS/iT 00 /fF/A'£P %TO BACi-CARRy/^6. & A$ A//AT/V£ £Of(G %\/S£./MP£R, T//AT ' \ WMt Boy MAKES - GOOD 'e/r// SIPS ATT£f/PA/tG£. 7W£y AV£RA6£POV£R4o,O0O FOR 7#£/R F/RST46AMSS •-.-'Aft/SiY'SH£A STAP/M. Distributed by Xing Feature** Syndicate Michigan State U. Penalty Reduced For'Old Offense 1 By JACK CUDDY UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) — The United States Naval Academy, placed on one-year probation by the National Collegiate Ath- etic Association (NCAA) for recruiting irregularities, announced defensively today: "It was an honest mistake!" That defense was made at Annapolis by Capt. William. S. Busik, director of athletics for Navy,- the first service school ever penalized by the NCAA. The NCAA council found a Naval Academy assistant coach guilty pf giving four young pro spectiye football players an Parseghian Is Coach of Week By ED SAINSBURY Wl Sports Writer CHICAGO (UPI) — In jest, his friends call him "the rug peddler," and before this" season ends, they may be in the market for his merchandise, whether it be -rugs, music or football. *Ara -Parseghian doesn't peddle Orientals for Notre Dame. His product is top flight football. This week his team is ranked No. 1 in the nation. It's unbeaten with a 6-0 record. The 40-0 shellacking the Fighting Irish handed Navy last Saturday won the 41-year-old Parseghian. an honor he'll accept, but won't claim. He's United Press Interna tionaPs coach of the week. Credits Players "A coach is given too much blame for losing," he said, "and too much credit for winning. I can't take credit for producing the God-given innate skills of my football players. I take credit only for recognizing their ability. We've only refined their techniques. "I'm honored to be named coach of the week. But.on the other hand, football is judged by the long range season, 10 games, and. not individual games, and I'm very much aware of the demanding schedule ahead of us. The four teams remaining represent real obstacles." Parseghian, of Armenian- French descent, and the first Protestant coach at Notre Dame, began refining the techniques of the Fighting Irish in a squad meeting shortly after tie accepted the job last December, ending an eight year tenure at Northwestern. Experimented 'Freely "I told the players we were all freshmen together; that they were new to me and that I was new to them; that my methods Blue Devils Need Victory To Insure Conference Title STARTING LINEUPS Tipton - • Pos. Wabash Boyd, Sr., 200 ___L.E -Cantrell, Soph., 165 Burkhardt, Sr., 215 Tragesser, Jr., 170 — London, Sr., 175 Lambert, Sr., 190 Mahaney, Sr., 205 __. Haley, Sr., 190 Harmon, Jr., 160 Rumbaugh, Sr., 175 _ Moore, Sr., 205 __L.T.„—Larrowe, Sr., 177 __L.G _Gidley, Sr., 190 .__C Lehner, Sr., 160 -_R.G.____Elzroth, Sr., 165 —R.T:_ Parrett, Sr., 210 —R.E..'___Unger, Sr., 145 -Q.B Pell, Sr., 168 __L.H .Gifford, Sr., 170 -R.H.____Sutton, Sr., 185 Texas Cotton Bowl game. Three other schools were knuckle-rapped by the NCAA council for "excessive financial aid and recruiting violations." They were Michigan State, Miami (Fla.) and Western State'and techniques would be new to (Colo.) ' I them, and their abilities would They, too, joined in the new be new to me, and that we'd college marching song: "Just an spend spring .practice finding honest mistake." out about each other." Continuing Investigation The pattern of development of A spokesman for the NCAA Notre Dame's team discloses disclosed that his outfit's four-!their - success. Parseghian switched players. He found un- consin, Missouri over Colorado.-; cent Almaden Open, is in third, Charles Britt on waivers from aerial ^joyride from Virginia to Miami (O.) over Toledo, Day-' place with $90,653.08. I the' Minnesota Vikings. Jj&Ufts, Tex., for the'1964 Navy- ower "walhs" right over bumps and trouble Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups if s a proved system with millions of miles of user experience behind it Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast Telephone your. Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck MOORE/BROTHERS INC 311 L JEFFERSON ST., TIPTON, IND. OS 5-2143 man "committee on infractions" was continuing its investigative work and would make its next report to.the 18- man council at its January meeting. At Annapolis, Capt. Busik tried players. How well it worked? Notre Dame, without a winning season since 1958, needs only one more victory to equal the total number of wins for the past two said, "thei Naval Academy ''is 1 seasons. The Irish are second distressed to learn of Wednes-[nationally on offense, sixth in day's action by the NCAA committee." ' He continued: "As the NCAA pointed out, the violation was discovered by the Naval Academy-,, thoroughly investigated by our. athletic department, reported by the Naval Academy to the infractions committee and explained thoroughly in the ensuing inquiry." The probation, starting immediately, does not bar Navy's teams from any competition; however the committee on infractions "shall review the athletic policies and practices of the institution." Announcing Navy's probation, the NCAA explained that an assistant Navy coach testified that passing offense, third in scoring, seventh in total defense, and the leader in - rushing defense. "This 1 MS been a big surprise to me," Parseghian said. "I didn't expect six consecutive wins and I will make no prediction for the' next four. I live in fear of what's around the corner. INDIANS TOUR MEXICO CLEVELAND,' Ohio (UPI)— The Cleveland Indians will play a three-game series in Mexico City as part of their 1965 spring baseball exhibition schedule. The Indians, who will play 35 exhibition games, will meet the heTaV 'been "7rrone "ously a £|* Iex i c ° 9^ Jigers on March 9 vised by the academy's ath-the Mexico City Reds March 10 letic department that it was ™ w, fhV^H\^ ' permissable for him to take the both club s March. 11. four.youths-.from their homes in Virginia to the Dallas foot-,had received .improper financial ball game and back. Sentence Reduced assistance, and moreover a spe ciat football fund for needy Michigan State was placed on players was maintained, ap- three years' probation but that pareritly with the knowledge of penalty was reduced to a su- assistant Coach Duffy Daugher- spended sentence, the. first of ty, who later became head its kind'in the NCAA. The su-'coach. At its peak the fund spension was permitted because.reached $12,000, the NCAA infractions committee said. Miami was placed ' on one- year probation and its basket- the various infractions had occurred "prior to and during the period of 1957-59." The charge-was that at least ball team was restricted ,to 10 student-athletes in football games during that year already contracted for. The father of a Miami .basketball player had provided transportation for a friend of his son to Miami and back—also free-board and room. Western State has reprimanded and censored for having given a wrestler-student -more" financial aid than was permitted, partially as a result of sloppy bookkeeping. , PRINCESS GARDNER 4 FRENCH PURSE AVF plus tax . CharmtrTjJ pastel flowers embroidered on Malt lustra Cowhide. Colors, light blue, pure white, Matching pieces from $3.50 (Car/ l^kodei ieweier ORIOLES NAME CRAFT BALTIMORE (UPI) — Former .Houston Colts' manager Harry Craft has succeeded Billy Hitchcock as field coordinator of the Baltimore Orioles. Crouch, Sr., 190 _ F.B Bailey, Jr., 175 ,Possibly the best football i Robinson, the Tipton fullback team Tipton has ever' fielded, having 12 touchdowns to his closes out its - career iFriday night on the local athletic field meeting for the first time in the gridiron history of the two school's coach Devere Fair's defending champion Wabash Apa ches. • The "Scalpers" haven't faired as- well this time around the conference, entering their final game of the season in fifth place with a record of one win two losses and two ties in CIC competition and ah overall mark of four victories, three losses and two ties. A deceptive fact, however, is that the Apaches. are, next to Tipton, the strongest offensive eleven in the conference. They have tallied 207 points in their nine outings, '82 more than their opposition has been able to re cord. Leaders in this offense are Randy Pell, a Chicago area transfer to Wabash this year, and'Terry Sutton, a 185-pound halfback who may be the most under-rated halfback in the CIC. The big fellow has, without any headlines, tallied 10 touchdowns and run for three extra points to rank third among the individual-point leaders in the conference. Pell, like Gayl^ 'Bomar of Peru, is a great passing quarterback, although he does- n'tappear to be as widely talented in all other phases of the game.as the Bengal lefthander. Pell's biggest handicap has been a lack of outstanding receivers, but he.still manages to get the ball into their arms on enough occasions to be. a constant threat. . • Coach Fair, like Tipton mentor John Moses, has-nine senior lettermen in his starting lineup, the only starters who didn't earn their insignia last season for the Apaches being sophomore end Bill Cantrell and junior fullback Ron Bailey. Cantrell has been the recipient of one touchdown pass, plus many others that went for gains. Pell has tallied nine touchdowns and one extra point to rate as the fifth highest scorer in he conference and between him ' and Sutton, the Satan defense may- have its hands full. This game won't rate the headlines for either team that the Blue Devil battle with Cathedral drew, but for Tipton at least, it is far more important. At the moment .the Blue and White gridmen are tied with Elwood for the CIC lead. They HAVE to. win to gain sole pos-. session or to. tie for the championship, regardless what the other teams in the conference do. -If Tipton loses and Elwood defeats Huntington, the Panthers over in the neighboring city will rule the roost all alone, and' if both Tipton and Elwood lose, Peru will jump into first place, passing both teams.' By winning, the Blue Devils can insure a tie, and if they win and Elwood gets caught by surprise by those strong-finishing Vikings, this mil be the first undivided championship' any Tipton team has ever earned in fpptball. The opportunity and the incentive are there, and if the team plays the way it has shown at times that it can play, the Devils. will finish with a 7 T 3 record against probably the toughest competition any Tipton grid machine has ever faced. Two other championships will also be on the line. One-for the individual point-scoring title and one for the top extra-point kick-' er. Danny Crouch, -seeking to lead the CIC for the second year in a row 4 holds a one-touchdown lead over Elwbod's Lyle credit. Right on both of their heels however is Sutton with 10 T-D's and three extra points. And Denny Hunt, the place- kicking specialist from Peru, added two more points to his lead with two PAT's last night as the Bengals bowed to undefeated Warsaw, 40-20 in a non-league game. SD Hunt finishes up the year with a total of 23 points while Tipton's Lex Boyd goes into the contest needing three to tie for that specialty. It's up to his'teammates to get him the opportunity. . Game time is 7:45. Wilt Is Back But Warriors Fall To Hawks By United Press International Bob Pettit's jumper from the top of the key with 45 seconds to go sparked St. Louis to a 105-104 defeat of San "Francisco Wednesday night and pushed the Hawks to the top of the Western Division. In the night's only other National Basketball Association battle, hot-shooting Baltimore flattened Detroit, 121-108, for the Bullets' third straight win and the Pistons' fifth straight defeat.' At San -Francisco, the Warriors got their best performance yet from Wilt Chamberlain, who missed the first five games because of stomach troubles. The five*-time NBA scoring king went all the way and meshed 37 points. But the veteran St. Louis team, which lost a seven-game playoff set to the Warriors last season, battled back from a 12- " point deficit at the start of the Final quarter. Pettit's basket, a layup by Zelmo Beaty and two free throws by Pettit in the final seconds iced the victory. Baltimore finished off Detroit when former Pistons Don Ohl and Bailey Howell sparked a hot third quarter surge. Howell wound up with 30 points, big' Walt Bellamy 25 and Ohl and Gus Johnson 21. Terry Dischinger, who came to Detroit in the big trade that sent Ohl and Howell to Baltimore, hit 23 points to share the Piston scoring lead with Reggie Harding. National Basketball Association By United Press International Eastern Division L. Pet. 0 1.000 2 .714 4 .429 4 .333 ThisWiek $1 40 PER GAL. on famous 5PRED SATIN latex wonder wail paint ONLY $JS49 . Reg. Gal. ' *fear GAL* BROS. INC. w. Boston 8 Cincinnati 5 Philadelphia 3 4. New York 2 4. Western Division W. L. St. Louis 5 3 Los Angeles 4 3 Baltimore' 5 5 Detroit 2 8 San Francisco 16 Wednesday's Results Baltimore 121 Detroit-108 . St. Louis 105 San Francisco 104 (Only games scheduled) Pet. .625 .571 .500 .200 .143 APPROVES RETIREMENT WASHINGTON (UPI)—Navy Secretary Paul Nitze Wednesday approved the retirement of astronaut John Glenn from the Marine • Corps- . Glenn, a colonel and the first American to orbit the earth, will officially retire Jan. 1 pending his certification as "medically qualified for retirement." The astronaut gave up his race for.nomination to the U.S. Senate from Ohio because of injuries suffered in a bathroom fall. After his retirement Glenn will become an executive with the Royal Crown Cola Co. in W. &Afei£oX Ham and Turkey SHOOT Sunday, November 8, 1964 12 Noon Still Board Only 1 Mile. East of Atlanta On County Lln», ATLANTA ' CONSERVATIpN CLUB

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