The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 11, 1964 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, December 11, 1964
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D AGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Friday, Dec. 11,1964 Frankfort May Giv^ Blueaevilsl Going Again TIPTON (3-0) ' POS. Moore, 6'3", Sr._"____ r __FL_ Smith, 6'1", Sr.__—_~___F__ Boyd, 6'2'/ 2 ", Sr. „__C__ Crouch, 5'10", Sr._ __G__ STARTING LINEUP'S 1, rp >* * •> ff •"; .vine FRANKFORT (2-2) • I ..Ransom, 6'0", Sr. _Davis, Jr. .;: ; ' ..Rule,- 6 ? 2", Sr.' .'"-'. : \ __Rosenbarger, 5'11',' Sr; Curnutt, 6'4", Sr._. Dick Barr- ____G _Cripe, 5'9", Jr. COACH Phil Buck Coach Phil Buck will bring a Frankfort quintette to Tipton Saturday night from which Tip ton mentor Dick Barr expects the toughest competition his team has yet faced. The Hot Dogs, playing in the always tough North Central Conference, benefit through the tough schedule that league faces and are usually 'one of the best teams on the Tipton program. Last year, playing in the spacious new 'Frankfort gym, the Hot Dogs gave Tipton all it could handle, and coach Buck- said Thursday he expects another good game this year on the Tipton floor. High Scorer Back The big gun for Frankfort last season was forward Jack Ransom who hit seven of nine field goal attempts in the first quarter and added four for four shoGting at the foul line totaling 14 points in the first eight minutes of play. His teammates added three more field goals and two points at the foul line and at the end of that red hot period it was all tied up at 22-22 with Mcintosh and Harmon each hitting three buckets. Curnutt two and Moore and Crouch each one. Tipton continued its hot shooting in the second quarter and took a 20-10 lead in the period as the Hot Dogs sank only three of eleven field goal attempts but from then on out it was a real dilly with Tipton gaining an 1817 edge in the third quarter and Frankfort coming back to lead Tipton 12-10 in the final quarter as the game went to Tipton 79-71, and it was closer than that at a couple of points in the last period. Faced Good. Foes Frankfort stands 2-2 on the Get the lump on Christmas • holds any BULOVA 'til Christmas gleams with the Eofden colors of 1 rainbow. An exquisite example of the high-fashion' "sunburst" „ look. 17 jewels. All prices plus tax. $39.83 Don't just give any watch for Christmas, make it a Bulova—the gift-quality watch you wear or give with pride. Remember, Bulova offers more styles to choose from,:more quality and value for your money—and prices as Jow as $24.75. , Reserve your Bulova now—while selections **$ ,tomplele! Our, watch experts Ipili be happy' to advis| yorZ * • jj i Foster's r Jewelry \ft MAGIC NUMBER STORE season but one loss was to highly rated West Lafayette while the other came at the hands of an undefeated Zionsville team. The thing which made Barr most respectful of Frankfort's ball was that coach Buck didn't try to slow the game down against a team that was 6-0 going into the game and one of the state's top 10. Buck sent them out on the floor to try and exchange basket for 'basket with the Blue Devils and except for that cold second quarter, they darn near got the job done. How accurate Buck's listed heights are was not known but Buck expressed fear that he would be at a considerable disadvantage under the boards. Glad Two Are Gone He also acknowledged that he was "glad we won't have to contend with that Mclnosh boy and Harmon." Mcintosh and Harmon were the two high scorers that night, Harmon luting 9 of 14 shots and one free throw for 19 points and Mcintosh connecting on 8 of 14 plus five of six at the foul line for 21 against Frankfort last year. As a matter of fact, Tipton has only 24 of its 70 points back from that game, Curnutt experiencing a cold four of fourteen for 8 points, Moore hitting two of two plus a free throw for five, Smith one of three and *hree free throws for five and Crouch connecting on two of five and two free throws for six points. So there's a lot of slack to be taken up. Tipton outscored Frankfort 29 to 22 in field goals tout tallied only 12 at the foul line while Frankfort hit 17 of 20 in the first three quarters. With four quarters of bruising ball to be played tonight against Wabash there was the possibility Frankfort might catch Tipton tired and a fine crowd is expected to turn out for this one. Ham and Turkey SHOOT Sunday, Dec. 13, 1964 12 Noon Still Board Only 1 Mile East of Atlanta On County Line ATLANTA CONSERVATION CLUB /' ; .By FRED DOWN ': UP I SportsfeWriter It looks Uk.eoSo^-.Cousy- "ajia big-time baske^alltare.syrionb- irious again;. '•'•I /'Air.all-time college and .professional great, the former Boston Celtic backcourt. magician turned coach of Boston College last season with limited success. There even- 1 were snipers who were quick to 'point out that star players 'often have difficulty becoming successful coaches. Cousy didn't.have much ammunition to offer in relbuttal because of Boston College's 10-11 record last season but he- returned in . triumph to New York's Madison Square Garden Thursday night when the Eagles whipped New York University 102-84. for their third straight victory of the new season. Hits On 42 The crowd of 10,275 at the Garden also saw a 5-foot-10 jumping jack named Johnny Austin, who at times reminded it of his famous coach. Passing off in the smart style reminiscent of Cousy and connecting with unerring eye from the field and the free throw line, Austin scored '42 points. He made good on 14 of 25 floor shots and 14 of 17 tries from the free throw line in a performance his coach might well have envied. Stan McKenzie, G-foot-5 NYU cornerman, scored 34 points to keep the Violets in the game until late in the second half when the Eagles suddenly spurted away and clinched the decision. Larry Lembo scored 21 points and Matt Link had 18 to lead Manhattan from a two-point halftime deficit to a 77-66 victory over Rhode Island in the first game of the doubleheader. Dennis McGovern led Rhode Island with 26 points. Duke Nips Navy Seventh-ranked Duke, which already had suffered one loss in two games, narrowly avoided a second when it battled to a 9385 overtime triumph over Navy at Baltimore. Sophomore Bob Verga stole the ball twice and scored on each occasion during the overtime to provide the clutch points for the Blue Devils. , Navy took a two-point lead two minutes from the end of regulation time on a jump shot by Mark. Rein but Duke tied the score and sent the game into overtime on a field goal by Mack Tison. Rick Barry scored 30 points as the University of Miami (Fla.) downed Niagara 74-67 at Buffalo, N. Y. Barry, a 6-foot-7 forward, had averaged 39.3 points per game entering the contest. ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RJGG 12 DAYS 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 TONIGHT & SATURDAY MATINEE SAT. AT 2 P.M. One of the .most breath-taking Technicolor adventures ever filmed II! Color Cartoon o li T * ' Continued Show Sunday Jlin - MOn - I lieS Starting at 2:00 p.m. L THE DARING PLAN...MESTAGGERING ODDS... fe, AHD THE INCREDIBLE 5 ^r. jnf GORMAN COMPANY pftiwii » THE SECRET INVASION: v; • If coaph Phil Buck is worried pver ^bringing' his Frankfort team :i into' thd' Tipton gym against the'nighly rated Biue Devils,, he certainly gives no indication of:it. Of course playing in the North Central Conference, he's always playing against one state-rated powerhouse or another, so by this time he's used to being the underdog. Perhaps that's why he can play each one as "just another ball game". And perhaps too that's why his youngsters look forward to meeting Tipton Saturday night. We had a lengthy conversation with the affable coach"yes terday, and with one laugh after another, he expressed complete confidence that his Hot Dogs could get all the mustard they needed against the Blue Devils. He feels he's got one real good boy in Jack Ransom, the senior forward who hit the bucket for 14 points in the first quarter against Tipton last year, while guarded by the redoubtable Harvey Harmon. Admired Mac "The one guy I'm glad we don't have to face again is Dick Mcintosh. He was really a great one and what he couldn't do on a floor with a basketball just wasn't worth doing. I'm glad we've seen the last of him," Buck commented, then added, "Say, this other Mcintosh who plays on your B-team—is he any relation?", 'and when we replied in the affirmative he groaned, "My gawd, don"t teUj me we've got. to look forward to another like that for two more years." I. U. Interested Phil told us he had talked with Branch McCrackcn Thursday morning and Branch wants a post-game report from him on "the Curnutt boy". The veteran Indiana U. mentor wanted to know tiow tall Curnutt was. Phil told him "well, coach Barr lists him at 6'3" on his program so he has to be at least that tall." He told us that McCracken said I. U. is very much interested in Curnutt. We told • him Branch would have to "fall in line", that M. S. U. was down here to scout the Splinter the night Donnie tallied 42 points, and that in the process they also became interested in the great defensive play of Dannie Crouch. Injured Ankle t IFans looking for a great battle' tonight over at Elwood 'between the Panthers and Huntington, will be interested to learn that big Jim Schoeff, the lone starter back from last year's state finalists, injured his ankle Tuesday in a rebounding drill and is unlikely to see action against either Elwood or Saturday night against Columbia City. The big center is really running in hard luck. Last year he suffered a broken bone in his foot that made it' necessary for him to miss the first half of the season. May Be Wrong A couple of fans got on us good naturedly last evening after we compared Donnie Curnutt with Kokomo's fabulous Splinter who went on to All American honors in college. In that comparison we still stick with our guns . . : in this case Donnie. One fan however raised a question and we had to admit we may 'be wrong. In talking of that famed duel between the now paralized Ray Pavy and Rayl, we consulted only our recollection of the game, not any record book, when we listed the j outcome as 51-49. Our questioner J expressed the belief the finfel outcome was 51-50 and we h' to admit we might be wrong the one point actually make| little difference for it was prol ably still the greatest shootinj exhibition ever seen in this sta among preppers, but for t] sake of accuracy we'll ask BjSb Ford to check it for us. He was the official scorer- for 'that* one? for Kokomo so his answer should do the job. Good One Saturday :' As far as we'know the game will not be broadcast, but there will certainly be a lot of interest centered in Noblesville's invasion of Carmel Saturday night Coach Bill Shepherd's Greyhounds, now rated 30th, are a real good ball club, and We look for them to pull their first victory over a Noblesville team since 1953. A newcomer will see 'action for Noblesville. Steve Mullin/.a real speedster who suffered.' a neck injury at the opening of the football season and missed the entire year, saw his first athletic action since then in a brief appearance in the Miller's last game and got four points. His absence on the football field was probably the most important factor in Noblesville not coming up to expectations in foot- hall this year for he was the biggest punch in their 'backfield. His return to full action later in' the year on the hardwood, will undoubtedly result in improvement for coach Glen Harper's team too. ! :\ His, Tipton;. Tarry Ba vis,, Tipton; 1 J Carolyn CkFdwell^rion)?Xc Club Calendar FRIDAY Carnation club — 6 p.m., Mrs. Dessie _ James, 120 Walnut street. Twilight club—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Wayne Luttrell, 404 South East street. Kill Kare Hub — Mrs. J. D. Whitehead, 303 West Adams street. Hands Across the Sea club—7 p.m., Smorgasbord at Arcadia. H and H Club—7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ruby Broyles, Sharpsville. . SUNDAY Co-Workers class — 6:30 p.m., Kemp Methodist church. MONDAY Christian Builders class — 6 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noble, Hobbs. Rachel, Rebecca circle — 6:15 • p.m., Fellowship' hall Kemp Methodist church. Democratic Women—6:30 p.m., Mrs. Charles Jaqua, 316 Oak street. TUESDAY Present Day club — 1| . Hull's Country Kitchen. Ash Street Pike club — 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, 230 East Jackson. American War Mothers — 6:30 p.m., American Legion home. WEDNESDAY Goldsmith Priscilla club—12:30 p.m., Mrs. Hugh McDermitt. Hopewell WSCS—12 noon, Mrs. Albert Michel, route 3. Hobbs WSCS 'Family Night — 6 p.m., Hobbs Methodist church. Embroidery circle — 1 p.m., Mrs. Paul C. Dawson, 106 Columbia Avenue.. I JAL ES 310 Va H Aert F. l, 4, Norma: ,bury, .Tipton; Mfc EHifer, Ep, » X pt0n ' Bl ton; Edith Little?- GVe&toW ?En Doris Ferguson, Windfall; Linda Ploughe, Tipton; Troy Dav ADMISSIONS: Edna, Ams- Willard Idith Cook, Jones, Tipton; Sharpsville. >piSMISSfO»- J?ffiel Orr, Tip- tph; -SharsQi} 1 Marion; Martha TtyiBingy; Tipton; Glenna Larson', v WBidfall; Ruth Henry, Goldsmith; Adeline Kenworthy, Kokomo; Linda Hannah, Kokomo; Glen Whisler, Atlanta; Mary Strange, Michigantown; Donna Farley, : 'Atlanta £ Marsha Jones, Tiptonf Henry' Honeychurch, Tipton; Wayne Goldin, Kokomo; Cornelia Smith, Kokomo; Martha'Phifer, Atlanta; Sara Pickett, Tipton; James Paine, 'Frankfort. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Willis Little, Greentown, boy, 5:05 a, m.. December 10. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bogue, Sharpsville, boy, 7:10 a.m., December 10...-Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ploughe, Tipton, girl, 8:08 a.m., December 10.. Efaie: ;E TRANSFERS 'rr^jaUaL.tlry} eller,lar.'al. Lqtjs Original spiat.% Loan Ass'n.''fn EMBROIDERY CIRCLE The Embroidery circle will meet for a 1 p.m., luncheon at the home of Mrs. Paul C. Dawson, 106, Columbia avenue on Thursday. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Oliver Nash. Ed Meloche says . .. THINKER, DOER & COMPANY always pays the highest dividends. The CHRISTMAS SEASON calU for a lot ef CASH for many purposes. If you are facjng a MONEY problem, Bef'fn touch with LEAVELL & BATES. JleaveU ^fU5ate& LOANS 112 N. MAIN OS 5-443) WSCS FAMILY NIGHT The Women's Society of Christian Service of Hobbs Methodist church will sponsor a family night supper at 6 p. 'mi, on Wednesday at the church. Rev. James 'Fritz, former pastor of the church will be| guest speaker showing pic- ures of his recent trip to South America Rev. Fritz is presently pastor at Galveston. The public is invited to attend the family night program. COURT ACTION In Re Estate of Earl L. Fox, Mary L. Fox r . administratrix. Proof of notice of administra trix's final account filed. Supplemental report showing distribution and petition for discharge filed, submitted, heard and approved. In Re Estate.of Mary Hussey, P. C. Hussey, administrator. Petition to appoint successor personal representative filed, submitted and heard. Personal representative appointed . as prayed for. Bond set at $2,000, filed, examined and approved. Lettters ordered issued. : SUNDAY PARTY Children of the primary and junior classes of Hobbs Christian church will meet Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 p. m., for a Christmas party at the church. Each one attending is asked to bring a gift for the grab bag exchange.-' CHRISTIAN BUILDERS CLASS A pitch-in dinner will be conducted for members of Christian Builders class of Hobbs Christian church at the" home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noble", Hobbs, at 6 p. m., on Monday. DEMOCRATIC WOMEN Tipton County Women's 'Democratic club will meet, on Monday for, a pitch-in dinner, at 6:30 pVm .r §t the home of Mrs. Char les" "Jaqua, 316 Oak Street ,'Per: sons attending are .-'to bring / a covered dish,, table service aijd a dollar gift for the ^exchange: All members are urged; to'at­ tend as election of officers-will be conducted. KOKOMO CIVIC CHORUS Two former. Windfall girls, Mrs. Judy (Barrett) Roessler and Mrs. Trudy (Land) Keg- nier, members of the Kokomo Civic Chorus, who are presenting the Christmas "Messiah," Sunday, have the special soprano and alto solos in the chorus.. The program will be presented at. 4 p. m., at Main Street Methodist church, Kokomo. The public is invited to attend. ispokesntari said 124 Viet Dgf ,)wia *tf kjlled fffi, three re- id" 'fftrantaln ' battles, the highest reported!*' Communist casualty figure of the war. Sixty-five other "guerrillas were' said to have been slain in other engagements with government troops this week. "•' •The biggest battle, occurred in and around An Lao, a government garrison 300 miles north, of Saigon. Communist forces seized high ground surrounding-the fort and bombarded it with merciless mortar and automatic weapons fire. ?A U.S. 'military spokesman said today that sporadic firing was still reported from An Lao, but that only a harassing force of- guerrillas remained - in the area. Wife, Boyfriend (Continued from page 1) by the defense. •Amico and Det. Sgt. Samuel N. Giambrone were the undercover officers allegedly enlisted to kill Johnt. Giambrone was the only witness called by Asst. Dist. Atty. Thomas P. Cleary. Police said Mrs. Johnt, a secretary, wanted her husband killed because he beat her and refused to give her a divorce. The "taurder for hire" plot was staged for Saturday morning when Johnt returned from a bowling alley,, police said.. The times is 502am est ASH STREET PIKE CLUB Mrs. Tillie Heffelmire, 230 East Jackson street will en- tertian members of Ash Street Pike Home Demonstration club at a Christinas party on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. joins ^fxcellior Class «Fi Mrs. Fred Leap :? T^ home of Mrs." Ross Broy£ les j.vyas decorated in ohserv- ance*pf the Christmas season for -a turkey dinner with the Excelsior, class • of Sharpsville Methodist church as s p e c i al Iguesfe /JjJB^.'iVirgil Carter was assisting, hostess. Rev. Neace returned thanks. Following the dinner, president Mrs. Tom Rood opened the regular meeting. A gift exchange was held with Embry Edwards acting as Santa Claus. Several Christmas poems were read by members. The class. presented the minister, Rev. Estel Neace; Mrs. Fred George, teacher; Mrs. Bioyles and Mrs. Carter with gifts. Present were Mesdames Tom Rood, Maude Peters, Ina McCoy, Preston Huffer, Maude Daniels, Maude Wilson, Garvis Eaton, Carl. Hamilton, Fred George, Jim Herbert, Ben Thomas, Julia Spears, Rev. Estel Neace, -Embry Edwards, R o ss Broyles, Mrs. Carter and the hostess, Mrs. Broyles. Mrs. Merle Keaffaber and son, of Perrysburd, Ohio spent the past week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamilton. Keaffaber attended a YMCA convention held at Frenck Lake during the week; They left for their home in Ohio on Sunday afternoon. AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS A Christmas party consisting of a pitch-in supper and gift exchange will be conducted for members of American War Mothers on Tuesday at American Legion home at 6:30 p.m. Members are reminded to bring articles for the Christmas baskets. TON DAILY TRIBUNE. 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