The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 16, 1964 · Page 4
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i PAGE 4 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE r Wednesday; Dec .36,1964, Tipton Drops To T5fh In UPI Cage Ratings By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)— Gary Roosevelt will take the No. 1 rating in Indiana high school basketball into the Christmas holiday recess. For many of Indiana's top quintets, it won't be much of a respite from the hardwood wars, since they'll be busy cutting each other' up in holiday tournaments—the preview of the four-week state tourney which opens late in February. In the meantime, Roosevelt's 'Panthers polled 12 of 18 first- place votes in the final UPI coaches' board ratings of. 1964 for a total of- 156 points. Coach Bo Mallard's powerhouse closed last week with a 5-game winning streak and its only start this week is Saturday night at South Bend Central, which has dropped its last three games. Unbeatens Elwood of the Central Conference and independent Indianapolis Manual were added to the elite while Columbus ad Tipton were demoted to the second 10. Manual Beat Columbus Elwood received state - wide recognition, climbing from 12th "place to eighth, after weekend victories over Huntington, last March's slate tourney runnerup, and Indianapolis Cathedral. Manual, - perhaps fielding its strongest club since the days of the VanArsdale twins, now stars at Indiana, was prompted from 18th -spot to a tie for ninth after clipping Columbus' 47-game regular season winning streak, 7971. North Central Conference powers Anderson and Kokomo were deadlocked for second place with 129 t points apiece. Kokomo was second last week, Anderson third. Anderson, which entertains East Chicago Washinton in Friday's "game of the week," received three first- place tallies, Kokomo one. Indianapolis Washing ton stepped up from fifth place to fourth and East Chicago, although undefeated, skidded one notch, from fourth to fifth. South Bend Washington remained sixth despite the fact it lost at Fort Wayne North last Saturday. Gary Froebel moved from eighth to seventh, and Evansville Rex Mundi, 10th last week, tied Manual for ninth spot. Columbus slipped from seventh place to 14th and Tipton from ninth to 15th after losing at home to Frankfort last weekend. The panel selected 31 teams, two less than last seek. Trie Breakdown The breakdown, with first places and total points: 1. Gary Roosevelt (12) 156 2. Anderson (3) and Kokomo (1) .'129 4. Indpls Washington (l)„-_ J.01 / 5. E.Chicago Washington83 4. Indpls Washington (1).— 101, 5. E. Chicago, Washington._ 83 6. S. Bend Washington 54 7. Gary Froebel (1) 52 8. Elwood 41 9. Indpls Manual and Evansville Rex Mundi 35 11. Gary Tolleston 23; 12. Michigan City 21 ;13. Washington 20; 14. Columbus 17; 15.- Tipton 16; 16. Lebanon 2; 17. Indianapolis Attucks 1114; 18. Fort Wayne North 8; 19. Ossian 7; 20. Evansville Harrison 6. Others— Valparaiso, Lafayette Catholic 5; Fort Wayne Central, Indianapolis Wood, Marion 4; Spencer, Rushville 3; Huntington, Brookville 2; Garrett 1; Indianapolis Tech V6. We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for appointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. McCORD INJURED BOSTON (UPI)—The Boston Bruins were expected to announce a replacement for injured defenseman Bob McCord today. Either Joe Watson or Ken Stephanson of the Bruins' Minneapolis farm club is expected to replace McCord, who twisted his back Tuesday during a .practice session. OILERS INK EVANS HOUSTON (UPI)—The Houston- Oilers signed, their 14th round draft choice, tackle Norm Evans of Texas Christian, to a contract Tuesday. The Oilers of the American Football League, who have managed to sign only three draft picks, ,said they hoped the 234- pound lineman would gain about 15 pounds before next season. - Dragons Take Home Another The second time around might have been a little tougher than when Windfall opened the season with a 92.-63 triumph over Walnut Grove, but coach Ray Watson's cagers made the outcome stick, this - time") away from home, with a 35-43 victory. And in fh'e process Watson used 11 boys in the lineup although only the starting unit broke into scoring figures. A good first quarter in which the Dragons took a 16-7 lead, held up through a 14-4 second quarter. Windfall upped the margin by one, 10-9 in the third period and then : cemented the win in a 15-13 final frame. iBoth teams had nine points at the' foul line although Walnut Grove committed 16 personals to only 10 for the victors, but Windfall unlimbered • its big guns from the floor scoring 23 field goals to only 17 for the losers. Craig Plummer was held to five points but had numerous feeding assists in setting up the Dragons' two double - figure scorers, Steve Pierce with 16 and Gary Stout with 21. Windfall, also won B-team honors with a 37-33 triumph. The box score: WINDFALL FG FT PTS Pierce -6 4 16 Hoback 2 1 . 5 Clouser .-4 0 8 G. Stout 9 3 . 21 Plummer 2 1 5 J. Stout 0 0 0 Lassiter 0 0 0 McCool — 0 0 0 Upchurch — 0 0 • 0 Mullins 0 0 0 Potter 0 0 0 TOTALS- 23 9 55 WALNUT GROVE Leveridge 1 0 2 House — 3 0 G Bryant 5 3 13 Brown 2 0 4 Roudebush 5 6. 16 Wolfred 0 0 0 Blackford 1 0 2 Flanders 0 0 0 TOTALS 17 9 43 WINDFALL 16-14-10-15—55 W-GROVE 7-14- 9-13-43 JETS-SUNS TRADE PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The Columbus Jets traded outfielder Ted Savage and pitcher Earl Francis to the Jacksonville Suns for outfielder Ron Cox and infielder Jack Damaska Tuesday. The trade between the two International Leagiie; teams was. announced by the Pittsburgh Pirates, parent club of the Jetsr AFTER CONFERENCE LEAD! Peru's Tigers., cur- .. the title and take a 3-0 lead in the standings. Shown-. Ken -Day, Ralph Danielsen, rer.tly tied'with Tipton for the lead in the Central left to right are John Henfgen, Tom Hays, Gayle Bakehorn and Steve Shafer. Indiana ^Conference basketball race, will be here., .Ccmar, Rick Inniger, Jerry Yentas, coach Bob Bra... ~ V*--' " ; ' Friday night hoping to dispose of one contender for!. Dhidia and assistant John Rigel, Mike Eikenberry, IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE THAT LA-Z-BOY ECLINA Spartans Halt Eastern Streak Outshot from the floor, 17 baskets to 22 for Eastern, coach •Rob Blessing's Sharpsville- Prairie cagers used .757 free throw shooting to halt a five game winning streak by Eastern and pull out a 62-61 victory in come-from-behind fashion. Trailing 14-8 in the opening quarter and behind 34-25 at halftime, the Spartans tallied 20 points in the third quarter while holding Eastern to 7 and moved into a 45-41 lead opening the las.t quarter. They then held on with 17 additional points to stall off Eastern's 20 point surge that fell one point short of catching up. Four Spartans, Dick Kingery, Denny Cullison. Roger Stout and Jerry Ogle broke into double figures for coach Blessing with Kingery the big man from the floor tossing in seven field goals, while Cullison hit 11 of 14 from the foul line and Stout added 7. of 8 charity tosses. ... T-he-Easlern Comets hit 17 of ',24 rfreK throws. but that was no match-, for.. Sharpsville-Prairic winch totalled 2S of 37. Eastern captured the B-team game 53-39. SPARTANS FG FT PTS Ogle 3 4 10 Carter 1 3 5 Kingery • 1.7 0 14 Cullison 3 11 17 Watson, 1 3 5 Stout 2 7 11 ' TOTALS 17 28 .62 EASTERN David ... 3 5 11 Cain _- 4 2 10 Troyer 1 4 6 Swan 7- 1 15 Smith 5 3 13 Fine 2 0 4 Harper 0 2 2 TOTALS 22 17 61 SPARTANS • S-17-20-17—02 EASTERN 14-20- 7-20—61 Food Sale — TenBrooks,' Saturday, Dec. 12. Chicken ;nd noodles, pies, cake and sweet rolls. Lutheran Parents Forum Drop in and see why the LA-Z-BOY has been called "The World's most Comfortable Chair." The Reclina- Rocker gives COMPLETE POSITION ADJUSTMENT either rocking OR reclining . . . not just one of two back adjustments. Mechanism is guaranteed for a lifetime too! Styles and fabrics to suit any decor. Priced from only $112.00 See and try them-at PARSONS, Tipton's exclusive LA-Z-BOY dealer. CASH IN 90 l DAYS OR BUDGET CREDIT TERMS 119 W. JEFFERSON TIPTON OS 5-67G0 ON THE SIDELINES BY HAM RIGG Coaches from throughout Central Indiana will be at the House of Harter Thursday night for an informal get-together sponsored by that sporting goods dealer and while the accent will be on track equipment so that coaches of the cinder sport can get their orders in in time for good service on shoes, warm- ups, shirts, shorts, poles, crossbars, etc., the subject of round- ball is bound to get a good going ever. S-3 also will Ray Manis and Elwood's rating in this week's high school cage poll. The "open house" is extended to all coaches in the area and is becoming more popular every time it is held, with the local store now supplying complete outfits to many teams in the area. Relaxed Here On the-basketball floor, foot- bail field and cinder pathsj'theso touches appear as grim-visaged, pdour individuals, exponents of Uorture beyond belief for their poor, suffering pupils, but most of them, wh'.n they depart' the 'environs in which they earn their ever-shaky livclyhood, are quick teshed their serious mien, and their rapid interchange of banter, all in a kidding vein, is frequently a source of reams of copy to such Sideliners as this' writer, Gene Conard of Elwood, Bob Dickson of Alexandria and other neighboring scribes who share the hospitality of the House of Harter. It is interesting too, to note the development in various items of athletic equipment, designed for speed, safety, accuracy or .other factors which tend to stimulate athletic improvement. Harlem Globetrotters Those who don't get their fill of basketball traveling to Hammond Dec. 28-29 for the Holiday tourney can visit Indianapolis New Years Eve for an 8 p.'m. appearance of the Harlem Globetrotters against the Washington Generals. The ' special • L> I o D A perfect diamond is a lifetime" treasure. • Give Keepsake, the engagement ring with 1 V „„,, the perfect center diamond, beautifully '•^""V"* 0 *''*}. - ' set in an exquisite mounting. See-our V 5 "* 'SS^"^? fine selection of Keepsake engagement **««o» < ui.»»'»* and wedding rings. Foster's Jewelry TIPTON, INDIANA sports extravaganza .will include not only the basketball game but appearances of the Czechoslovakia State Folk Dance'Group, gymnast, Eva Bosakova, I960 the world's greatest ..-woman Olympic champion and world title holder, and ancient pitching marvel Satchel Paige. Tickets may be ordered at the Claypool Hotel Ticket Agency, for . the show which will be held in the Coliseum. On Friday Nighf Tipton Friday night. will be up against the toughest team.it has faced this "year. There is no question about it. It might be the best in the conference^ certainly it i s the biggest. To. date, like Tipton, it hasn't shown, the combined ability of which it is capable, but ngainst the Blue Devils coach Bob Riddle's boys have always been at their best. Even against Tipton 's great team of last season, with Peru just so-so, (they . finished 6-14 and lost their first sectional game) they pushed Tipton .hard and scored 77 points against the Devils. Leading their attack will be Mike Eikenberry. Last year,, guarded by Harvey Harmon, Eikenberry scored 37 points against Tipton. "Eike" as he's called by his teammates, is bigger (6'6'.-;") now. Oddly he gets few rebounds off the Peru offensive board. The reason is because he's such a deadly outside shot that he fires from 15-20,feet out and isn't in position to get his own rebounds. But on the defensive board he's really rugged and in addition to his height, takes up a lot of space at 200 pounds. •' .. Job For Someone >.. • We don*t know right" now who coach Dick Barr will give .the job of stopping Eikenberry,' for at the same time the Tip!|i bossmah will have the job of trying to put someone under the board while Mike is outside, to . try to get the rebounds away j from 6'4'' and 185 pound Kenny Day. And although he's not as big, Rick Inniger, the other forward who weighs 165 and stands G'l" is faster, quicker and a better jumper. Playing last year for Berne, Inniger was the team's leading scorer and. he|s a kid brother of I.U. sophomore guard Erv Inniger. And in case either of them gets into-foul trouble coach Bob Biddle sends in Gayle Bnmar, the all conference quarterback in football who transferred to Peru from Kentucky, • and Rob Rockenbaugh, the fullback who is 11 just .getting back into action after suffering a concussion in his final footbal] game. Tail Twister? Yowsuh! Those Tigers are gonna be'tough -and we don't know yet who coach B.arr is going to assign the job of twisting their tails. We do say this. It is going to take the best game Tipton has played this year if they still want to be on top of the conference standings Saturday. Columbus 79 Franklin 77 Logansport 67 Peru 65 overtime dary Wirt 63 Gary Tolleston 61 Portage 61 Gary' Mann 56. GaryAndrean 63 Chesterton 60 Highland 71 Rensselaer 65 overtime • • . " •Hammond 80 Whiting 48 . v* [LaCrosse 89 Jackson Twp. 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