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y y PAG PAGE 8 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thursday, Dec. 10/1964 U.S. Requesb (Continued from oage-1) erably ^iriilder: than, recent Russian public statements which have assailed the United States over the" Congo, NATO matters, and Viet Nam. Britain (Continued from page T) force it must contain an ironclad guarantee that the United States will have a permanent veto over firing the weapons. Wilson believes this should quiet Russia's fears about German participation. He realizes that the U.S. MLF project must be included 'because that is the only way in which non-nuclear members of the alliance can participate. Undoubtedly, the French- will oppose the Wilson formula as strongly as they have the American plan. But Britain, by * divesting herself of her independent nuclear force, leaves France standing alone in the West as the only nation trying to build an atomic striking force of her own and refusing to trust the American umbrella. The United' States proposed MLF because it thought the plan would be welcomed by other Allies who wanted a voice in nuclear strategy. Through -a. combination of circumstances, however, Washington found itself espousing an unpopular plan, unacceptable to even its major ally. Johnson' (Continued from page 1) key member of the Democratic study group,- which is sponsor^ ing" the disciplinary action, said he did not. believe Johnson could stop the move. "I don't think the PresidentJ will get into it," this Democrat* said. "After all, we announced on the House floor on Oct. 2 that we intended to take steps against any. Democratic member of the House who opposed the national ticket.. "Johnson, as the chief beneficiary of that move, did not disavow it then and I don't see how he can disavow it now, after he has accepted its benefits." • Freshmen Bow To Anderson In Hot Battle Freshman coach Phil Sullivan expressed real pleasure with .his team's showing in a Attack Enrollment (Continued from page 1) home grounds, dog, flowers, personality improvement and many others. Geology is a new project added to the 1965 list. Other 4-H activities feature collections and public speaking. WORK WANTED Jolly old man with whi s k e r s dresred in red suit, trimmed with fur wishes seasonal, part time employment. Specializes in good wishes. For details call OS 5-6588 Appointments accepted (Continued from page 1) to two this morning. A 57mm round hit the rear of the command post, killing the Vietnamese radio operator." . "It was about this time the team decided to get out of bed," Spaulding said. He a n d newly arrived Sgt. John N. Odell, 32, of Reidsville, N. C, were sleeping in the next room when the recoilless rifle round smashed through the command post's concrete wall. Describing the small cluster of thatched huts surrounding the town's open air- market, Spaulding said "this is the town we took away from Charlie on the nineteenth of November. At that time, it had been uhder Viet Cong control for more than a year." Spaulding recalled the bitter fight with the Communists' elite 514th Battalion which left 10S dead guerrillas on the battlefield. Forty-three also were captured. After the November engagement, the commander of the Communist battalion broadcast a warning over a captured government radio that his unit' would have its revenge within- 18 hours. game Anderson South Side won 62-51 after a hotly disputed finish. With Tipton in possession of the ball, Lett left fly . with a last second shot that dropped thorugh the hoop for what Tipton thought was a 53-52 victory only to have the referee rule that the shot had come after time ran out. -Anderson floored a front line averaging 6'2" while Tipton's biggest man was 5'IOW' Mike Renie and the Satan frosh had to work the bail "and position themselves well to keep in the game. At halftime Tipton was trailing 28-21 but outscored their hosts 30-24 in the final 12 minutes. 'Percentagewise, Tipton didn't fare so well, hitting only 18 of 57. shots from the floor and netting only 15 of 27 free throw attempts where they really had a chance to puli out a victory, but in play itself, the young Satans did • a lot better, com- throughout the game. Delph, a young brother of former Indiana All Star Norman Delph, led the winners with 26 points while Renie, getting 12 in the last quarter, topped Tipton with 19 points on six fielders and seven free throws. Listing field goals, free throws and points, it was Tudor 2-3-7; Stacy 2-1-5; Minnear 2-1-5; Floyd 3-0-6; Lett 2-1-5 and Miller 1-24. Tonight the Tipton frosh visit Noblesville- for two games starting at 6:30 and 7:30. Want Ads Pay CHRISTMAS TREES YOUR TREE HAS ARRIVED FROM OUR NORTHERN PLANTATION. SELECT EARLY! Harold and Berniece Lee Spartans Lose To Big Cass Outrebounded 65-25 last night by a tall Cass front line, coach Bob Blessing's Spartans never had a chance in their attempt to balance their season record at 3-3 and now go into the Howard County tournament Saturday with a 2-4 record after bowing 81-62. The Spartans were in hailing distance at 19-14 going into the second quarter but were held to eight points in those eight minutes while Cass was building up 24 for a lead of 44-22 at the intermission. In the second half the Spartans worked harder on defense and got into better shooting position but the damage was done Sharpsvilie - Prairie trailed the Cass squad "oy only two points, 21-19 in the third quarter and outshot its hosts 21-16 in the final frame. Twenty of the Spartans points came at the foul line in 27 attempts for a .741 mark hut Cass won the battle of field goals 33-21. Guard Denny Cullison, hitting o of 11 from the floor and with a perfect 10 of 10 at the charity line, sparked the losers with' 20 points and Dick Kingers a'c counted for 11 with five baskets in 13 attempts. Cass also won the B-team battle 55-38. Blue Devi 1st Seefcpgi 2nd Conference Win SHARPSVJLLE FG FT PTS Stout 0 0 0 Carter \ 3 0/ 6 Kirigery 5 1 11 Cullison 5 10 20 Watson 2 4 8 Zook 1 0 2 McCombs 1 0 2 Mumaugh 2 4 -8 Ogle 0 0 0 Reynolds 1 0 2 Phillips 0 0 0 Salsbery 1 1 3 TOTALS 21 20 62 CASS Wagner 10 3 23 Barker 8 3 19 Frey 8 3 19 Winters 3 2 8 Winings 2 1 5 Long 0 0 0 Goltz 1 2 4 Sonafrank 1 1 3 TOTALS 33 J.5 81 BOOZE-NESS BOOM DALLAS (UPI) — Printed on the Christmas cards sent out by a Dallas club: "Drink now. Avoid the Christmas rush." TIPTON (3-0) Moore, 6'3", 190, Sr. Smith, 6'1", 170, Sr. Boyd, 6'2/ 2 ", 180, Sr. Crouch, 5'10", 180, Sr. Curnutt, 6'4", 170, Sr. Dick Barr STARTING LINEUPS POS. WABASH (2-2) ; F Williams, 6'2", 195, Sr. F CantreU,6'2", 175; Soph. C Parrett, 6'4", 220, Sr. . G Miller, 5'10", 155, Sr. G Unger, 5'11'Y 160, Sr. COACH ~ Herb Harrah Facing the biggest club they have met this season, Tipton's 31ue Devils invade a sparkling lew goal hall at Wabash Friday night seeking their second conference victory and fourth vin of the season without de- eat. The Apaches, despite their ize, apparently haven't found hemselves yet, opening with an 8-70 loss to Marion, bouncing lack to beat Manchester 77-66., osing to Hartford City 63-44 then espondiDg again with a 71-59 ictory over Oak Hill., Coach Herb Harrah, a com >aratively young and very earn- •st cage mentor, may not have ound his right combination, and nil be' further handicapped Fri lay by the at least part time oss of Randy Pell who is try ng to'shake off the effects of he flu. If Pell is ready for duty, "ipton's task might be even ougher for Pell is the 180 pound ;enior football quarterback who ops the 6'1" mark and tossed in 20 points in the Wabash victory over Manchester. All Are Big Starting in place of Pell will be Jessee Williams, a 6'2" Im­ pounder. The other forward will be manned by Bill Cantrell, 6'2" ind 175, although only a sophomore, who has totalled 31 points odate. , At center will he husky Tom Parrett, a 6'4" senior scaling S>6 pounds. Parrett hasn't dent- id the scoring columns heavily as yet; with only 24 points in 'our outings, but he takes up a ot of space under the boards. Job For Boyd Tipton coach Dick Barr indi- :ated the job of keeping Parrett rom the rebounds will probably 'all to Lex Boyd, 40 pounds ighter and an inch and oner lalf shorter, but probably quite t bit faster. Coach Harrah's top scorers bave been his guards, Mick Wilier, a 5'10",155 pound senior who has tallied 60 points, including 20 against Marion, and Bill. Jnger, who has 64 points, in- luding 22 against Marion and I '0 against Oak Hill. The Apaches go after that ball — they play for keeps," coach Dick Barr reported in assessing his team's chances. There will be a lot of body ?ontact in this one for that's the ind of ball Harrah had to play h college and the kind of ball he eaches his kids." We play a ot of that ball ourselves and .11 we can hope for is a fair break in the officiating. Other- vise we might be in for early oul trouble." Remember Last Year Harrah has four boys on his squad who saw action in the Appaches' 97-40 loss to Tipton on :he Blue Devil floor last year and any team which absorbs a ess that bad is going to.rem­ ember and try to atone for it the lext time around. Miller hit for '0 points last season against Tipton, Unger had seven, Parrett added four and Bruce Pretorius, another 6'2", 18d pounder still around had two. In that game for Tipton, Mcintosh had 31 and Harmon 17, while Butch Myers had two, Steve VanHorn 3, Steve Hackett 2 and Mike Captain 2. Bill Moore was blanked in that game, but Keith Smith had six, Dan Crouch had 10 and Donnie Curnutt hit for 24. Seating capacity of the old Wabash gym Was only 2,200 but the new goalry accomodates 3,000 so although there is no advance ticket sale here in Tip-' tofl except, for the. students, there should be ample seating at Wabash for everyone making the trip. Two Arrested Two men were arrested by Indiana State Police Trooper Earl Francis about two miles south of the city on Ind. 19 on charges of public intoxication. Taken to the County jail were Lawrence E. Becktell, 18, RR 1, Atlanta, and Arvil O. Wilson, 30, 230 E, Third Street. Middle Or... (Continued from page 1) enough." Republican governors, who met last week in Denver, pinpointed the anti-Burch drive by agreeing that there must. be broadly based leadership and that it should practice a "policy of inclusion rather than exclusion." Tipton County Library open Monday-Wednesday- Friday till 8:00 p.m. Trap shoot and stillboard December 13 at 12:00 p.m. Cicero Little League Park, Cicero Lions Club. P-59 S/gnd greetings daily with a Christmas gift subscription to THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE. or Any of Five Super-Stars _ By FRED- DOWN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI)-^The New York Mets offered! the Los Angeles Dodgers $500,000 for outfielder Willie Davis and will make the same offer to obtain any one of four other National League stars, the United Press International learned today. .The four other stars for whom the Mets will pay a king's ransom are outfielder Billy Williams of the Chicago Cubs, outfielder Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, outfielder Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee ' Braves and- pitcher Sandy Koufax of .the Dodgers'. A source close to the Mets said that the $500,000 offers either have been made or will be made in the near future by M. Donald Grant, chairman of the board of the Mets. The source said the decision to make the huge offers was based on the belief that acquiring, a super star is all that the Mets need to cement their popularity with New York fans. The last-place Mets outdrew the American League champion New.York Yankees in home attendance last season. "For Davis Alone" Dodger owner Walter O'Malley said in Los Angeles Wednesday night that Grant had offered him $500,000 for W. Davis and slugger Frank Howard. Grant, who is in Hobes Sound, Fla., countered with the statement that the offer was "for Davis alone." Grant said the offer was made in Houston, Tex.', during the recent major league meetings and that O'Malley asked the Met board chairman whether he would put the offer in writing. Grant said he told O'Malley, "in our business we don't have to put it in writing." Davis, 24, is a lithe, lefthand- ed speedster who is considered one of the best defensive center fielders in baseball. He batted .294 with 23 doubles, seven triples and 12 homers in 1964. Williams is the youngest of the four other super stars. Only " SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE BROKER- SALESMEN OUR 4th YEAR CUsses for the Jan. 20th Real Estate Examination start Dec. 14th. Write or call for complete information. EDWARD A.' HECT'S SCHOOL OF REALESTATE 10 South 9th Street Noblesville. PR 3-3700 26 years old, he hit .312 with 39 doubles, two triples and 33 homers while driving in 98 runs last season. He is regarded as a "young Musial" with a whiplash bat but a controlled, level swing. Favorite Player Mays, 33, is the highest paid • player in.baseball today with an annual salary of $105,000. Although it is seven years since Mays left New York with the Giants for a new home in San Francisco, he still is regarded as New York's favorite current ball player. Willie led the league with 47 homers last season while hatting .296 with 21 doubles, nine triples and 111 runs batted in. Aaron, 30, is generally" regarded as the finest batsman in the National League. He had a typical campaign in '64, batting .328 • (third best in the league), driving in 95 runs and connecting for 30 doubles, two triples and 24 homers. Koufax, 28, was sidelined during the 'latter part of the '64 season but finished with a 19-5 record, 223 strikeouts in 223 innings and a league-leading 1.74 earned run average. He was a 25-game winner during 1963 when he set an all-time league mark of 306 strikeouts. NEW YORK (UPI) — The lowest temperature reported this morning to the U.S. Weather Bureau, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 20 below zero at Old Town, Maine. The highest reported Wednesday was 78 at Santa Barbara, Calif. OF SHOPPING LEFT 'TILL CHRISTMAS Cooper's Home Furnishings OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M; OPEN 8 to 5 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY WE TAKE EVENING APPOINTMENTS DIANA Ends Tonight .First Feature at 7:15 GREGORY PECK in "BEHOLD A PALE HORSE' Thur.-Fri.-Sar. The most breath-taking tech­ nicolor adventure, ever film ed! •riAKUS X. HUMAN mum i tmnu mourn* WILLIAM SUSANNAH KQLDEN YORK CAPUCINE DAWN 7tm TECHHlCOLOR' wv UNITEO ARTISTS Opens Sunday •5S ~uHnH )Mmsts 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. That's 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. Ifs a hot car—with optional power to 426 cubic inches. Ifs a full-size car—in room, looks and ride. But, thank The Dodge Boys, ifs 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),1he price savings is 604 dollars in favor of Dodg»! Any wonder, the Coronet is the sellingest full-size Dodge in history? Come see for yourself. •All price differences based on manufacturer's suggested retail prices for comparable Dodge, Chevy end Ford model*, exclusive of White walls, destination charges, state end local taxes, if eny. CLYDE OVERDO RF MOTORSvJri*. State Road '28 East ". I'll'i'H'' .'» ,1 ,H . TIPTON YOUR MAGIC NUMBER GOOD AGAIN for DECEMBER 11-12-14 YOUR TIPTON MERCHANTS HAVE NEW NUMBERS FOR THESE THREE BIG SHOPPING DAYS---SOME HAVE NEW ITEMS AND ADDED VALUES. / IF YOUR NUMBER WAS NOT A WINNER LAS1 WEEK IT MIGHT BE LUCKY FOR YOU THIS TIME ... SHOP IN TIPTON ... YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID FREE CITY PARKING TILL CHRISTMAS Tipton Retail Merclwnft.As ^Mtiin

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