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PAGE 4 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Monday, Nov. 30,1964 p h Sponsors Name Bowl Opponents By United Press International A college football season can't be written off as a success or failure until the last game is over, and sometimes not even then. The finale meant everything to Army and Notre Dame, but Southern California, Oregon State and Alabama didn't know how to raise their success even . after the final whistle had blown on their own last games. Army's 11-8 upset victory over Navy was more than enough to let the Cadets call a 4-6 season successful. Notre Dame, on the other hand, isn't likely to be satisfied with a 9-1 mark after blowing the national championship in a startling 20-17 loss to Southern California. Oregon State and Southern Cal, however, both had to wait until after the Rose Bowl Committee met to name the Pacific representative to the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day to measure their accomplishments. Trojans Are Snubbed Unfortunately for the Trojans, the committee just didn't rate the whole season on the defeat of Notre Dame. Although both the Beavers and Trojans had identical 3-1 conference standings, Qregon State got the bid to meet Michigan at Pasadena Georgia and Oklahoma, i pair of bowl-bound teams, wrapped up their regular seasons with victories over arch rivals. The Bulldogs downed Georgia Tech, 7-0, for a 6-3-1 record and Sun Bowl bid. Oklahoma already going to the Gator Bowl, put on a last-quarter scoring spree to defeat f Oklahoma State. In the big Notre Dame downfall, Craig Fertig passed for two touchdowns and Hike Garrett ran for one to overcome a 17-0 half time deficit. Take Early Lead The Cadets rolled to an early 8-0 lead by tackling Roger Staubach for a safety and on a touchdown pass from Rollie Stichweh to John Seymour. But Barry Nickerson had to kick a last-period field goal for the first Cadet victory over Navy in the last six meetings. Mississippi meets arch-rival Mississippi State and LSU faces Florida- this weekend to conclude the 1964 regular season. The bowl outlook: Rose — Michigan and Oregon State. Orange — Alabama and Texas. Sugar — LSU and Syracuse. Gator — Florida State and Oklahoma. Cotton — Arkansas and Nebraska. Sun — Texas Tech and Georgia. Liberty — West Virginia and Utah. . Bluebonnet — Mississippi and Texas. TO SIGN CONTRACT NEW" YORK (UPI) —Floyd Patterson, a former champion, and George Chuvalo of Canada, Hawks Need Injured Petti! By United Press International The St. Louis Hawks apparently will need injured veteran Bob Pettit back in the lineup to keep close to the hot-playing Los Angeles Lakers. The Hawks have slipped to three games behind first-place Los Angeles in the Western Division race of the National Basketball Association. The Philadelphia 76ers nipped St. Louis 97-94 Sunday night while the Lakers breezed past the Baltimore Bullets 126-110. Pettit started his 11th NBA season with a 24.5 point scoring average per game, but the balding star has missed the last five Hawk contests because of a muscle injury. St. Louis lost three of those five games. The Hawks say there is a good chance Pettit will play Wednesday night against Los Angeles. In the only other game Sunday night, the Cincinnati Royals moved to 3V4 games behind Eastern Division-leading Boston with an easy 105-95 win over the rookie-studded New York Knickerbockers. The Royals ran away jvith the game in the third period, taking an 88-63 lead into the final period. Oscar Robertson and Adrian Smith shared Royal scoring honors *with 20 points apiece and teammate Jerry Lucas led rebounders with 21. Willis Reed, New York's leading scorer, was held to five points by big center Wayne Embn'. Knick subs Bob Boozer and Art Heyman paced their team's scoring with 13 each. In a see-saw game before 8,381 fans at St. Louis, Philadelphia won when John Kerr broke 93-S3 tie with 95 seconds remaining by scoring a two-pointer. Len Wilkens — who had 28 points for the night — then hit on a free'throw for St. Louis, but Paul Newmann clinched the 76er win with a final field goal. The Lakers had two of their best middle periods of the season, . scoring 36 points in the second- period and 39 in the third period against Baltimore. Jerry West paced the Lakers again with 30 points. National Basketball Association By United Press International Eastern Division W. L. Boston 16 5 Cincinnati 13 9 Philadelphia 11 10 New York 5 13 Western Division W. L. Pet. .762 .591 .514 .278 Los Angeles 15 6 St. Louis 11 9 Baltimore 10 11 Detroit 7 14 San Francisco'' 6 16 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 105 New York 95 Philadelphia 97 St. Louis 94 Los Angeles 126 Baltimore 110 (Only games scheduled) Pet. .700 .550 .476 .333 .273 sign contracts today for their Jan. 29 heavyweight elimination bout at Madison Square Garden. , AMBULANCE SERVICE..... anytime Day or Night Our Two Ambulances Are Fully Equipped With Oxygen foung, FUNERAL HOME 216 W. Jefferson OS 5-4780 AFL, NFL (n Dollar Battle For Grid Stars By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Illinois linebacker Dick Butkus and Baylor flanker Larry Elkins became the central figures today in the battle of dollars between. the National and American Football leagues. Twenty-four hours after the rival pro leagues conducted their drafts in neighboring New York hotels, the NFL was able to announce the signing of nine stars while the AFL had seven of the glamorous college aces in its fold. But the dickering in high financial circles was only beginning and already big struggles ere shaping up between the Chicago Bears and the Denver Broncos for the 245-pound Butkus and between the Green Bay Packers and the Houston Oilers for Elkins. Butkus, regarded by some ex perts as the No. 1 college player of 1964, was the No. 1 draft choice of both the Bears and the Broncos while Elkins, who set several pass receiving records for Baylor, was chosen first by both the Packers and Ithe Oilers. Makes Outstanding Offer Butkus is reported leaning toward the Bears of the NFL, but Denver General Manager Cal Kunz says he has made the big fellow "an offer he can't possibly refuse." The Broncos may be inclined to increase the offer to new heights because they have already.lost several of their other top draft picks to NFL clubs. Elkins may also be inclined to sign with the NFL's Packers but the Oilers are untying their purse strings just as they did last year when tliey obtained Don Trull" and Scott Appleton in the draft. The Oilers are eager to reunite Elkins and Trull who formed a brilliant passing combination at Baylor. Halfback Ken Willard of North Carolina is expected to sign shortly with the San Francisco Forty-Niners and give the NFL another "victory" over an AFL rival. Six teams have already signed their No. 1 picks —the New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams, Baltimore Colts and Detroit Lions of the NFL and the Buffalo Bills and Oakland Raiders of the AFL. - Giants Start Draft The Giants started the NFL's marathon session Saturday by making fullback Tucker Frederickson of Auburn heir No. 1 choice — and soon after announced they had signed him. Other No. 1 choices signed by NFL clubs were halfback Clancy Williams (Washington State) by the' Rams, fullback Mike Curtis (Duke) by the Colts and fullback Tomy Nowatzke (Indiana) by the Lions. First-round picks signed by AFL clubs were tackle Jim Davidson (Ohio State) by the Bills and guard Harry Schuh (Memphis State) by the Raiders. The Raiders also signed tackle Rich Zecher of Utah State, fullback Gus Otto of Missouri and halfback Larry Todd of Arizona State — thejast named a first- round "future" who decided to forego his = senior year at college to start his professional career in 1965. ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RlGG MA1RESSE WINS LUANDA, Angola (UPI) — Willy Mairesse of Belgium drove his Ferrari to victory in the seventh Grand Prix of Angola with an average speed of 80.78 miles per hour. At .this writing, conference teams stand 13-6 against non- league opposition with the first CIC clashes due this week. Four of -the eight basketball playing schools in the loop are undefeated, headed by Muncie Burns' biggest team in years which is,now flowing along on a 3 rCcord. Tipton and Huntington are 2-0 and Elwood is 1-0 after a one-sided triumph over Sheri dan. Six of the eight teams sport winning records, including Alex and Peru each at 2-1 while Wabash is playing 1-1. Only Hart ford City has yet to win a game the Airdales having accounted for half of the total league losses with an 0-3 record. 'Dale coach Jim Powell,. however, says he isn't worried over his team's start and that by -mid December they'll be ready to roll. Tough Competition Looking ahead, regardless of how the Airedales fare, it seems the conference is in for some real battles before a champion is determined. With coach Marion Crawley's Lafayette Bronchos so long dominating hardwood warfar in the Lafayette Sectional and Regional, a few T. H. S. belit- tlers intimated that coach Dick Barr was padding his schedule when he shifted his holiday tourney to Hammond and picked up Lafayette Catholic. The Bronchos have now dropped two of their first three games and are not expected to be in the class of Kokomo when those two clubs meet this week. In the meantime a look at the outcome of Saturday night's games shows that Lafayette Catholic trimmed always powerful East Chicago Roosevelt 80-73 and is rated the strongest contender to end Jeff's long domination in that Sectional this year. Still Undefeated And Tipton closes out its regu lar pre-holiday schedule with Carmel which is still rolling along undefeated after taking the measure of North Central Saturday night. Noblesville is having its trou Wes at the moment but the Mil lers are only waiting for the re turn of a guard, ineligible until the first of January, because of transfer, to start making their move. And Tipton's second game of the New Year, right after Lafayette Catholic, is Huntington which has allowed its first two opponents just 34 and 39 points respectively. A typical Vike de fensive team apparently. In com piling a 19-1 season record last year,' Huntington allowed only three teams to score with more than 60 points, Tipton getting 75 in the Vike's lone loss of the season. They Are Good Barr scouted two teams over the weekend and sees trouble ahead. Muncie Burris has not forgotten the 101-55 shellacking handed it by Tipton on the local floor two years ago and will come in here battling for all it is worth Friday to avenge that humiliating blow. Both Barr and assistant coach John Moses have scouted the Owls and report they are big and dangerous ... a real good club. Barr also scouted Huntington in its 70-39 win over Berne Saturday night and scoffed at the idea the Vikings are in a rebuildnig year. Like Burris, they're big, they hustle all over the floor on defense, and spread their points over the entire team. They don't need too many points to win. RIGHT... 10% Discount on ALL ITEMS! Carroll's Appreciation Day WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 The Entire Merchandise is Reduced 10 c / c REMEMBER* WED, DEC: 2nd - 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Shop Carroll's for Christmas apparel for the men in your life! (0 i b MEN'S STORE WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Pleased With Crouch IFans have no idea how pleased coach Dick Barr was with the defensive play of Dan Crouch last week, and between now and Christmas he'll be spending increasing time on trying to bring the defensive play of all the rest of his squad up to a par with that displayed by Crouch. "If we can get that kind of defense from all the boys,," he says, "we'll be ready to take on anyone." The factor that does please him with ALL the boys is their unselfishness^-their teamwork. What they want more than anything else is for the scoreboard to show Tipton in front at the finish. Naturally, each boy likes to get some baskets, but they'd rather pass off their only chance for a basket all night if another boy was in a better position to take the shot and that shot meant the difference between victory and defeat. Shuns Limelight Barr had a word of praise too for. Donnie Curnutt. "I've never seen a boy who can shoot like Donnie, who is so reluctant to do so. Most of the high scorers around the state fire the ball every time they get their hands on it. Their teammates resent this and team play suffers. Frequently the team doesn't even finish with a winning season. Donnie will pass off any time he sees a teammate in a position to score and the hoys on the floor know it— that's the reason they all work so well together and the reason we had four boys in double figures, against Sharpsville," Ban- told us Sunday. "And when it comes down to a game-winning shot, they'd every one of them like to see Donnie with the hall." No Favorites Yet Instate SELLING SLOWER WASHINGTON (UPI) — The 26-volume set containing the testimony in the Warren Com mission's investigation of Presi dent John F. Kennedy's assas sination is not a runaway bestseller like the commission's one volume summary report. The Government Printing Office reported this weekend that 380 of the $76 sets had beep sold by the end of the week Thus far, the GPO has sold 126,713 copies of the report about 55,000 of them over - the- counter at its bookstore here, the rest by mail. Quirks In The ews DRIVERS NOISER NEW YORK (UPI)—A politi cal group known as the Affiliated Young Democrats which for some obscure reason conducts annual tests to determine the decibel count on car horn blowing in the city has completed this year's survey. Conclusion: "automobile driv ers today have less patience than ever before and blow the horn at the slightest provoca tion.'Mt also concluded the rea son for the increasing crescen do of claxonphony is nervous tension brought on by traffic jams. • Obituaries By United Press International SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) — ice Adm. George R. Henderson, USN Ret., a pioneer aviator and consultant and special assistant to James S. Copley, chairman of the board of Copley Press Inc., died Sunday. SHENANDOAH, Iowa (UPI) —Funeral arrangements are pending for Henderson Carl Irwin, 85, father . of Everett R. Irwin, Chicago night manager for United Press International. The elder Irwin, a retired farmer from Elmo, Mo., died in St. Francis Hospital in Mary- vine, Mo.. Sunday after a short illness. Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Indiana's ' high school basketball campaign settled down today for three weeks of furious firing to establish the winter book favorite for the next state title It was much too early to put the "bee" on any one favorite —some of the major stragglers won't even open their season until this weekend—but it was already apparent that' Lafayette's defending state champs will be hard-pressed in their title defense. The Bronchos, who lost all the veterans from last March' state title-winning team, have dropped two of their first three games. Lafayette opens defense of its North Central Conference crown at three-game winner Kokomo Friday and entertains Ham mond the next night. The three other "Fieldhouse Four" members still are unbeaten. Tourney runnerup Huntington sailed past Berne Saturday, 70-39, for its second vie tory and is home to Warsaw Friday. Columbus seeks its 46th regular win triumph at the expense of South Central Conference rival Shelbyville the same night. The Bulldogs won their third in a row this season from winless Bloomington Saturday 73-63. Evansville Rex Mundi, the other tourney finalist; routed Rockport in its Saturday opener, 93-47, and is at Ferdinand Friday before returning home against Daviess County of Kentucky the next night. Gary Roosevelt, perhaps the best in the Steel City, seeks its fourth in a row Tuesday against city rival Emerson and Tolleston and' Froebel of Gary tangle in a Nortwestern Conference headlines Thursday. Also in the NCC, Anderson and Marian match unbeaten records Friday. In other better non-loop games Friday, Lebanon and West La fayette risk their 3-0 records, Indianapolis Attucks and Bedford and Central and North of Fort Wayne match 2-0 marks and Madison goes after its fourth in a row at North Vernon. Washington can make it five straight with Southern conference wins at Vincennes Friday and at Bedford Saturday. ..Other better games Saturday include Madison at Greensburg, Kokomo at North Central (Marion), Fort Wayne Central at New Haven, Indianapolis Washington at South Bend Central and Penn at Elkhart. Attucks lived up to its- early- season press clippings by win ning handily at Terre Haute Gerstmeyer Saturday, 68-52, Jim Bailey leading four Tigers in double figures with 21 points. John Nelson stuffed in 30 points in South Bend Riley's 8154 drubbing of Penn and South Bend Washington made it four in a row by romping over Ham mond Clark, 82-54. Hammond Noll spoiled Hammond's season debut, 80-64, Jerry King scoring 29 points for the winners. . Elsewhere, Anderson handed Muncie South its first loss, 61-48 and Aurora won Milan's tourney with an 86-B8 triumph over Rising Sun. CANTON COMES THROUGH JOLIET, HI. (UPI) — The Canton Bulldogs-defeated the Joliet Explorers, 49-7, Sunday to win the Western Division title in the United Football League. The Bulldogs meet Eastern Champion Indianapolis for the UFL title on Dec. 5. GREEKS VICTORIOUS ATHENS, Greece (UPI) — Greece beat Denmark 4-2 Sunday in a World Cup qualification soccer match. The Greeks led 1-0 at halftime. ATTENTION FARMERS ASK FOR FREE CATTLE FEEDERS FEEDING GUIDE AT YOUR CO-OP ELEVATOR TIPTON — KEMPTON SHARPSVILLE - ENCINO, Calif. (UPI)-Funeral services were scheduled today tor the 80-year-old father of comedian George Gobel. Herman Goebel died Friday night in an Encino hospital, following a stroke. BACK IN UNIFORM - By A(an Mayer CXtftiFFOfiD TO MJIS£ To L/K£ THtS TO£/IRtf FOX THE S /SXT2 GOT///& STAY //V M/FORM gy />5 /I YORK MBTS fl/T£ OCC/)£/os//)Uy MP/)T77?/ICT5 ci/sromxe. Distributed by King Features Syndiaito Windfall Captures Fourth In Row By BOB MANEY The surprising Windfall Dragons won their fourth start in as many tries Saturday night by downing the Trojans 4 of Indianapolis Chatard 83 to GO. Although lacking the outstanding boy and the height they had last year the Dragons used better balance and just plain hustle to trip their opponents. Windfall started off slowly in the first quarter, having a hard time hitting the basket. They found themselves on. the short end of the score most of the stanza and used the charity line and Trojans generosity to.keep themselves in the game. The Dragons notched their first field er with two sixteen to go in the quarter and from then on there was no stopping them. With just seconds to go in the period Gary Stout made an amazing save of a lose hall under,, She Windfall goal getting it back to Plummer who put it through the hoop to-put the Dragons on top 17 to 14 as the buzzer sounded.' The Dragons were never headed in the second period forcing the visiting Trojans into mistake after mistake. Led by Greg Hoback with nine and Gary Stout with seven points the Windfall club pulled away to an eleven point halftime lead. The Trojans tried gamely to get back into the ball game in the third quarter but the Dragons behind second line center Greg Lassiter's eight points increased it to fifteen points, 60 to 45 at the end of the period. Coach Roy Watson cleared his bench in the fourth quarter and the second stringers capa'Sly finished the job. Chatard put on a full- court press, and time after time the Dragons shook man lose under their own basket for an easy two points and increased the Windfall victory margin to its finai twenty-three point spread. Chatard placed three men in double figures as Bethram. Marietta, and Keckly all scored ten for the losers. TheDragons put four men in double figures paced by Greg Hoback's 23 points, Gary Stout's 18, and Pierce and Lassiter's 11 each to give the winners good balance for the night. The Dragon B-team made it a perfect night for the home crowd they notched their third Victory of the season with : 47-34 count over their counter parts. . WINDFALL FG FT PTS Pierce 4 3 11 Stout J. 2 2 6 Hoback 8 7 23 McCool 2 0 4 Clouser 0 2 2 Lassiter 4 3 11 Stout, G. 6 6 18 Potter 0 0 0 Plummer 3 0 6 Upchurch 1 0 2 Mullins • 0 0 0 TOTALS 30* 23 83 CHATARD Bethram 5» 0 10 Qfaynn 3 0 6 Marietta 4 2 10 Helton 0 1 1 Hughes 2 3 7 Keckley 4 2 10 Voltz 1- 0 2 Muilin 1 4 6 Daily 2 2 6. Wykes 1 0 2 TOTALS. . 23 14 60 WANTED MEN - WOMEN From ages 18 to 02. Prepare now Lincoln Service helps thousand* for U.S. Civil Service Job opening* prepare for these tests every year. In this area during- the next IS It Is one of the largest and oldest months. privately owned schools of Its fctm! 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State. •.—.._„-._ Almanac By United Press international Today is Monday, November 30th. the 335th day of 1964 with 32 to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The morning stars are Venus and Mars. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was born on this day. On this day in history: In 1782, preliminary peace articles ending the Revolutionary War were signed in Paris. In 1S79, the Russo - Finnish War began after the Soviet Union failed to obtain territorial concessions from Finland. In 1940, the Communists captured Chungking, China. In 1954,' Prime Minister Daniel Malan of the Union of South Africa resigned and was replaced by extreme nationalist Johannes Strydom. A thought for the day: Spanish writer Cervantes said: There is no sauce in the world like hunger." NEW YORK (UPI)-William Carl Fels, 48, president of Bennington College, Bennington, Vt. died Sunday at Memorial Hospital for cancer and "allied diseases. 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