The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 29, 1964 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 29, 1964
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PAGE 4 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1964 Tipton, Fort Wayne Central Meet For Hammond Title Orwig Hunting Football Coach OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) — Bill Orwig, athletic director at Indiana University, said Sunday night he was surprised that news leaked out that Indiana was interested in Cornhusker football coach Bob Devaney. Orwig, accompanied by his wife, was heading to the West Coast in his efforts to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Hoosier coach Phil Dickens. He said he had received permission from athletic directors at four West Coast schools to talk with their football coaches. Last week Orwig was granted permission by W . H. (Tippy) Dye, Nebraska athletic director. to talk with Devaney. He declined to identify the four schools . he will visit on the West Coast Orwig said he has no evidence who would be interested in the Indiana coaching job and added he was not certain he would contact Devaney. ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Tuesday, Dec- 29, the 364th day of the year with two to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The morning stars are Venus, Mars and Mercury. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. 'President Andrew Johnson was born on this day in 1808, On this day in history:. In 1845, Texas was admitted as the 28th state. In 1851, the first Young Men's Christian Association opened its doors in Boston. In 1940, Adolf Hitler unleashed one of the most violent bombings on London. » •In 1963, 21 persons were killed in a fire at a Jacksonville, Fla., hotel. A thought for the day —American playwright Thornton Wilder said: "For what human ill does not dawn seem to be an alleviation." Advertise In The Tribune ree dinnerware from 1st Federal Savings & Loan Association Get this five piece place setting FREE! OPEN an account or add to your present account Here's a wonderful opportunity for old and new friends of First Federal Savings! 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The Shockers face perfect record St. Joseph's tonight for the title. St. Joe.knocked over eighth-ranked Illinois 75-71 with the help of Cliff Anderson's 17 points. Bradley, who is expected to give up pro ball for his Rhodes scholarship, scored 36 points in Princeton's 79-69 first round Holiday Festival triumph over Syracuse. The Tigers now have the task of felling No. 1 Michigan in Wednesday's semifinal round at New York. Michigan toppled Manhattan SO-77 on Russell's dazzling 36- point performance as- the Wolverine star waged an expected battle with Bradley for most valuable player honors. St. John's Advanced St. John's N. Y. advanced with a 78-71 win over LaSalle on sophomore Sonny.Dove's 28 points and Cincinnati clobbered Temple- 83-56 to stay in title contention. Hudson was the hero of No. 3 Minnesota's 77-76 squeaker over Washington in the Los Angeles Classic as he dropped in two free throws with five seconds remaining and wound up the game's high scorer with 25 points. iFifth-ranked UCLA, favored to win the tourney, routed Arizona 99-79 by connecting on 58 per cent of its first half floor shots. Goodrich scored 21 points and was an ace play maker with scoring feeds that enabled five other Bruins to wind up in double figures. Chris Pervali and Dennis Pauling cdmbin'ed for 36 points that'helped Iowa beat Southern California 71-65 in the LA Classic and unbeaten Utah also ad vanced with a 98 - 9G victory over Michigan State as George Fisher scored 28 points and Granville Lash netted 25 In a skirmish between ranked squads, sixth • ranked Indiana extended its undefeated string to eight games by crushing ninth - rated St. Louis 98-68 in the Memphis - State Classic. McGlockin Scores 29 Jon McGlockin paced the Hoosiers with 29 points and the Van Arsdale twins, Dick and Tom, accounted for 32 more Indiana tallies. Memphis State stayed in the running for its tourney title by stopping Southern Methodist 95 i92 in overtime. John Hillman, the game's high scorer with 37 points, netted eight points in the extra session for the .winners. Third - ranked San Francisco displayed awesome power in securing a 103-64 West Coast Athletic Conference tourney victory over Pepperdine at San Jose, Calif. Olli'e Johnson - with 20 points and Joe Ellis with 18 led the Dons to a tourney scoring record. Davidson, No. 10, eased past Alabama 79-62 in the Charlotte (N. C. ) Invitational. Dick Snyder topped the scorers with 25 points and Fred Hetzel tal lied 18. Ohio University stopped Duquesne 73 - 65 to reach the title bracket. .Rick Barry, the nation's lead ing scorer, hit on 55 per cent of his shots, 18 of 33, -as he tallied 45 points for Miami, Fla., in an 86-71 breeze over Yale in the Hurricane tourney. Mary- BIG MAN ON COURT 8/ Alan Mover How to liven up a lunch box Meat-cnMie—•6o-*tmbit Any Und o* itndwlch tattti new ind wonderful when you utiKrtft Sandwich Spread. Now In • handy new CXPT *///, nvis *SOOTtf£X/t G0rfP£#£/fc£ $GOP///GMPP£BoM0//fG\ K£COPPS 60. MP/// T///9 5£A5o/fS GAM£ N£ P£WP07£/T MTHS3' Po/rtrs /3//P27 Distributed fcy Ktng Features Syndicate BETTER THAN EVER By Alan Maver //OTT £$7- OP M/G/J/G/)/V'£ P£P£/fp///G g/S 7£/jCH6£ &VA/HP&, C~Ot/lP> BE OZ/£ OP r//o$£/&#£ &/#£>£-* r//P££'T//tf£ 41L-JMSP/G4. JM/OR Y£AR PPOA1/9SS TO S£ JfPP£ 5£/J5AT/0///)£. 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Clemson eliminated Auburn 77-65. | •Missouri gunned down favored Oklahoma State 53-48 and Colorado dropped Nebraska 7052 to set ,up' a Big Eight tourney final at Kansas City, Mo. Defending champion Penn State edged Houston 59-75 and Detroit nipped Valparaiso 59-56 in the opener of .the Motor City tourney at Detroit. In the Far West Classic at Portland, Ore., Northwestern rallied to down Washington State 70-65 and Oregon S t a t e edged Army 65-64 in overtime. In- other action, Stanford posted an'88-75 triumph over Wyoming;' Bradley .walloped/ Massachusetts 101-73; Ohio State outclassed Dartmouth 90 - 59; California- overwhelmed Tulane 86 - 59; and Hofstra beat a visiting team from Iceland, 82-58. &ndwich Spread We are now offering demonstrations and practical advice to persons interested in organ. Evenings open for a p'p ointment TOLLE BROS'. INC. Celtics Romp Over Lakers By United Press International Pro basketball antagonists who claim that defense is a lost art in the National asket- ball Association haven't been watching the Boston Celtics lately. The high-flying Celts, who have played superb defensive ball all season, reached a hgh- water mark Monday night as they held the Los Angeles Lakers' high-scoring duo of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor to a combined total of 16 points in posting a 133-112 victory over the Western Division leaders. In other NBA action, the Cincinnati Royals downed the San Francisco Warriors, 113-108, and the Detroit Pistons toppled the New York Knickerbockers, 123-117. Tom Snaders, John Havlicek and K. C. Jones were, the standouts on defense for Boston, Sanders, playing head-to- head with Baylor, held the Laker ace to only four points while Havlicek and Jones switched off on West and limited him to only 12 tallies. Meanwhile the Celts got their usual well-balanced scoring effort as six men scored in double figures. Willie Naulls led the way with 22 points. Dick Barnett and Leroy Ellis were high for Los Angeles with 23 points each. A little, too much defense on the part of Wilt Chamberlain cost the Warriors a win over Cincinnati.' Chamberlain was called for goal-tending on a shot by Cincinnati's Oscar Robertson with less than a minute to play and the goal broke a tie game paving the way for the Royals' victory. Robertson tossed in 35 points and added 20 assists to pace Cincinnati but surrendered game scoring honors to Chamberlain w h 6 netted 42. Player-Coach Dave DeBus- Jim Harmon Sparks Blue Devils at Finish The stage was set for a duel of presses tonight in the annual Hammond Holiday Tourney as Fort Wayne ' Central and Tipton, both now 6-2 on the season, collide at 9:30 Tipton time tonight for championship honors. . The two Hammond entries, host Hammond High and city guest Hammond Clark bowed in the opening round of play .Monday night and meet in the first game tonight for consolation honors. The Central Tigers led all the way in defeating Clark 68-39 in the first game Monday but Tip ton had a battle on its hands all the way before rallying from a 52-52 deadlock at the end of three -quarters to pull out a victory 65-62. Fell Behind Playing a very deliberate game, lacking the size of Fort Wayne, Clark had a low-scoring contest in the making after a 12-7 first quarter and 23-15 half. The game opened up a little to 40-29 in the third' quarter .but trailing by 11 entering the final frame, Clark tried to run and shoct with the Tigers in the last eight minutes and that was their undoing as Centra] outscorctl the hometown quintet 28-10. Fort Wayne utilized a pressing attack to build up its lead, forcing Ciark into errors. Held Narrow Leads Tipton took a 2-0 lead in its game with Hammond on Don Curnutt's first shot of the game from the left hand corner, and although in front the rest of the period, committed fouls that prevented them from breaking the game open. In that first eight minutes. Curnutt hit four baskets, Bill Moore hit three and Lex Boyd added one as the Satans outscored the Wildcats from the floor eight baskets to three, but Rod Ford, a lithe, 6'3" sophomore center, was fouled under the basket and sank seven of eight free throw attempts to keep his team in the running. Covered by Lex Boyd the rest of the game, Ford was able to get only two more field goals for an eleven point night. Tim Michaw, another sopho more, standing 6'2"-at forward for coach • Gunner Wyman's crew, shook his man loose and hit five field goals in the second quarter, the only buckets Hammond got during those eight minutes but they added 7 of 10 free throws to keep even with the Blue Devils as each team got'17 points. Curnutt added two more for Tipton and Jim Harmon and Moore got one apiece The Satans hit 9 of. 10 charity tosses in the stanza. Sleepers Hurt Pressing as they picked Ham mond up to start the second half in front 36-33, the Blue Devils allowed "sleepers" to get through under the basket and Hammond outscored Tipton from the floor 9 buckets to 8, then added one of four free tosses while Tipton was scoreless from the foul line to outscore the Devils 19-16 and go into the final period all even at 52-52. Coach Dick Barr, with both Lex Boyd and Dan Crouch in foul trouble and Jim Hannah in relief of Moore also in deep trouble on personals, used 10 men in the game. It was junior Jim Harmon, the only underclassman on the Tipton varsity, who came, through in the pressure-packed final quarter to give the Devils their, right to play in the championship tilt. Hit Fre Throws The nip-and-tuck last eight minutes were as hetic under which any club or player could labor and twice Hammond took two point leads. Don Curnutt, who had a game high of 11 field goals and 24 points, nullified one Wildcat lead with a field goal schere led the Pistons to victory over New York. DeBus- schere scored 20 first half points to give Detroit a 70-58 halftime lead then turned play- maker in the second half to preserve -the . win. DeBusschere shared Piston scoring honors of 23 points with Terry Dischinger, • but game laurels went to New York's Bob Boozer who tallied 29. and Harmon the other. With a one point lead, coach Barr sent his youngsters into a ball-control game in the back- court and with Harmon setting up the action he was fouled as Hammond was forced to come out for the ball. iFacing the one- on-one at the foul line Harmon made good on both ends of the shots to give Tipton a three point lead. With 17 seconds remaining, Hammond lost the ball on a traveling call and again Harmon •was fouled and put Tipton in front by five points and that was all she wrote. Hammond got two points back on a bucket. with seven seconds left on the clock but Tipton ran that out under the Hammond basket. The box score: TIPTON Moore Hannah Smith Meyers Boyd Quigley Crouch Harmon Curuntt TOTALS HAMMOND T. Michaw Findley Earl J. Michaw Ford Fischer Drutis TOTALS Tipton Hammond FG FT PTS 6 3 15 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 4 6 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 6 14 11 2 24 23 19 65 7 0 14 5 0 10 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 7 11 4 4 12 2 7 11 21 20 62 19-17-16-13—65 16-17-19-10—S2 ANTI-MISSISSIPPI —Rep. William F. Ryan, D-N.Y.. announces in Washington that he and 16 other representatives and representatives- elect have pledged support for a House resolution to prevent seating of Mississippi's five representatives until their election, contested by the . Mississippi Freedom Patty, predominantly a Negro organization, is settle]. Buy U. 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