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PACE 10 THE MUNCIE STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1967 IrA Yin iL' Ml w -ntmmmitI .! .,... i r1 ,, nmni wl...iimt i I ,- -4 MADISON HEICHTS PIRATES The Pirates of Anderson Madison Heights are preparing for their 1967-68 varsity basketball season, which they hope to cli- max with a successful defense of the Anderson Sectional championship. Team members are, from left, first row, Neal Rector, Frank Donaldson, Greg Graham, lack Dawson; second row, Assistant Coach Dick Howell, Jeff Perry, Jim Regenold, , jack Rector, Student Manager Jim York; third row, Head Coach Phil Buck, Mark Fleischhauer, Tom Lacey, Rocky Bowers and Assistant Coach Jim Sutton. (Star Photo by Rex Miller) Basketball Roundup Tall Pirates Ready to Go By EARL MISHLER I ANDERSON Defending And-! erson Sectional champion Madison Heights lost a large chunk of basketball talent through graduation last spring, but Coach Phil Buck is waiting with another crew of topnotch performers this year. Buck guided the Pirates to the sectional title in his first year as head man. They were elimr nated, (80-77), by a tough Marion team. THREE STARTERS from last year's 18-7 varsity graduated, alone with four other men off the "tourney ten." The three starters will be seeing collegiate action this year. They are Jere Shockey, now at Louisiana State; Steve Spaugh, Tennessee, and; Tom Withers, Pittsburgh. Other! 1967 graduates were Jack Taylor, Minot Cleveland, Jack Daley end Lonnie Nicholson. Shockey carried an aver-ag; of around 17 points per about 13, Withers' round 10 and Taylor, whom Buck calls the "best sixth man in the state last year," scored 9 PPg- Although only three lettermen return for the Pirates, they comprise quite a talented trio. Topping the list is 6-1 senior guard Jack Rector, undoubtedly one of the greatest all - around athletes in the state. Rector scored at a 17-point clip as a junior, reaching his peak in state tourney action. He is also one of the top pitchers in the state and quarter-backed the Madison Heights football team to an outstanding season. Also back is Jim Regenold, a 6-3 senior who can play either backcourt or a corner position. Regenold scored at a 14-point pace as a junior. Third returnee is Rocky Bow ers, 6-3 senior forward, who av eraged around 10 ppg as a part- ume starter last year. THE TRIO of veteran varsity- men are sure starters when the Pirates open their season Saturday night against Markleville, a team that has upset them each of the past two seasons. Buck aid Jeff Perry, a 6-2 junior, probably will start' at center, while the other forward opposite Bowers will be either Neal Rector, Jack's 6-2 junior brother, or Mark Fleischhauer, 6-4 senior. Regenold will start op posite Jack Rector at guard, giving Madison Heights one of the tallest and most productive backcourts in the state. The shortest of the above-mentioned players is 6-1 and ad ditional height is furnished by such reserves as 6-5 junior cen ter Tom Lacey, 6-2 junior guard Frank Donaldson and 6-1 senior guard Bob Delph. Delph is pres ently out of the coach's playing State College Records By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Big Three W L T P Indiana 8 0 0 168 Purdue 7 1 0 256 Notre Dame 6 2 0 277 Indiana Conference ICC All Games OP 98 128 99 Ball State DePauw-x Ind. St. St. Joe Evans.-y Valpo Butler W L W L 5 17 2 4 1 4 2 3 3 2 3 1 5 1 5 P OP 249 99 2 143 97 4 184 142 6 67 155 5 124 129 5 102 184 7 110 216 x-one conference tie y-one conterence, one non- conference tie Hoosier Conference HCC All Games W L W L P OP 5 1 7 2 203 115 Taylor Franklin Hanover-y Manch. Earlham-y Anderson Ind. Cen.-x 4 2 3 2, 3 3 2 2 1 4 1 5 6 3 236 148 4 4 176 208 3 5 148 158 3 3 144 112 1 7 165 264 1 7 68 211 tie x-one non-conference y-one conference tie Others W L T P Wabash 2 7 0 58 Rose Poly 1 5 2 136 Individual Scoring TD PAT Keyes, Purdue 18 0 Mengelt, Frank. 11 16 Van Pelt, Ball St. 10 4 Johnson, Taylor 10 0 Gerbers, Frank.; 9 0 Butcher, Indiana -9 0 Lester, Ball St. 8X 4 Woodard, Evans.-x 4 11s" Azzaro, N.D.-y 0 31 Zimmerman, N.D. 8 0 Baltzell, Purdue-z 3 27 Williams, Purdue 8 0 x-5 field goals y-6 field goals z-1 field goal OP 213 209 TP plans due to a broken arm. Other squad members are 5-9 senior guard Jack Dawson and 5-10 junior guard Greg Graham Buck looks for a "respectable season," although other area coaches would term that a con servative outlook. "We have some real fine athletes here," the veteran mentor stated. "They are dedicated youngsters and they have a lot of pride." BUCK, A GRADUATE of Ross- ville High School and Indiana University, is in his second year at Madison Heights, following previous prep coaching at Flora Rossville and Frankfort. He also has served as freshman coach at Indiana. The teams Buck listed as his toughest foes are Anderson- Shelbyville, Michigan City, 'New Castle, Richmond and Marion. Assistant coaches at Madison Heights, which has an enroll ment of 1,900 students, are Dick Howell and Jim Sutton. The Pirates are not members of any conference. MADISON HEIGHTS ROSTER Ht. Yr. Poj Rocky Bowers 6-3 Jack Dawson B-( Bob Delph 8-1 Mark Fleischhauer 11-4 Jack Rector 8-1 Jim Regenold 6-3 Prank Donaldson 6-2 Greg Graham 8-10 Tom Lacey 6-5 Jeff Perry 6-2 Neal Rector 6-2 Lettermen 12 P-C 12 o 12 G 12 C a P-G G 0 c P-C p 12 Ye Ole Gun and Fishin' Shoppe Owner: Lloyd J. Rowe list Our Christmas Layiwayc Penonal SerTire to tadies Selectlni ' Their Huibandi' Gift! ORDER EARLY ON "HARD-TO-GET" GUNS 'rh!r,".nS .V."?!. "" V ",h,nr !'""" 'ear. , . "' tni " 0,h "porta needs w will take tiara- run. Skinn'ln'; 1,1?, ltrk'1"- C K-lTWl. I if . I . Evenings Dally except Sunday. Located on Rd. 500S, house.., of H " Watch for .1,... Kuhner Team Beaten ANDERSON Anderson South beat Muncie Kuhner in a ninth-grade basketball game Monday at Anderson, 47-21. Cotton led the winners with 17 points and Abrams got 12 for the losers. The Anderson team led at the half, 25-12. Anderson also won the eighth-grade game, 36-33. Ninth-grade summary: ANDERSON 8 .8. I KUHNER JR. HIOH O, f T. G. P. T. 3 1 5' Abrams 6 2 12 0 o'Levl 1 51 Barnes 0 OWtlltams.H 1 17! Edwards 0 21 Pierce 2 10 Sims 0 2Williams,W 0 6l Jones 0 0 Lampklns Totals youngb'd Ramsey I flnraatiA 108 Purdue I Cotton I Wllkerson Cox Safford Schuster 92 70 60 ti Snider 54 52 v50 49 48 48 48 Totals 21 5 471 B 3 21 Only One Favorite in 9 Wins FLORENCE, Ky. - Jockey Larry Grubb and trainer Lee Niles teamed up for a couple of wins here Monday afternoon much to the dismay of favorite players in the crowd of 3,003 In the featured "T.V. Lark" purse, an allowance sprint for juveniles Grubb brought W. F, Lucas Dust Shot from well off the pace and wore down H. P. Hunt's pace setting Howard Price for a length and a half win. Dust Shot found the "slow" track to his liking and paid S20.60 winning for the fourth time this year. Along the inside early, the eventual winner swung out for the stretch drive and was pulling away from runner up Howard Price at the wire. W. P. WALTER'S Board Mark er, another well played choice, salvaged third place in the sprint which was run in 1:13 1-5., - Trainer Niles put Grubb up on Mrs. Roscoe B. McDowell's In the Shade and the team clicked for a $20.40 mutuel return. Most of the public support in this sixth race went to Queen of the Road but she got away slowly and finished off the board. Favorite players got some solace out of the seven length vic tory of Claiborne Farm's Matri arch in the co-featured "Forever Yours" purse. The well bred daughter of Bold Ruler-Lyceum made the track look fast as she sprinted six furlongs in 1:12 3-5! under jockey Mike Manganello. Matriarch, a possible starter in the Boone County handicap later this week, simply toyed with her five rivals returning a $3 win price, shortest of the afternoon. Tu-el and Blue Medley finished second and third, respectively. MILLER and Vincent's Latin Lyric was listed at 50-1 on the infield tote board and was responsible for a $107 win return in the first race under jockey Marty Freed. Winning for the first time in two years, the four- year-old filly needed 1:15 3-5 for the six furlong distance and was 2V2 lengths in front of runner up Try Joe at the end. Varsity-Frosh Net Contest Is Tonight at BSU Ball State basketball followers will get a look at Coach Jim Hinga's 1967-68 varsity Tuesday night when the annual freshman varsity game is played at Ball State Men's Gym. Game time is 7:30 p.m. and admission will be 50 cents. ' Eight returning lettermen will be the mainstays for the varsity, Bud Getchell will be in charge of the freshman squad. An alVsenior lineup of Phil Underhill and Terry Stillabower, forwards; Stew Miller, center, and John Miller and Sam Kitch ens, guards, will be sent against the frosh. Freshman starters will ,be Steve Tucker and Mike Cum- mings, forwards; Ron Fields, center, and Steve Burlingame and Randy Frederick, guards. Dale Flannery, DeSoto; Dave Brown of Muncie Central; Mike Housh, Kevin Bledsoe, and Hugh Jurkiewicz also are expected to see action with the freshmen. ABOUT THAI HIGH ElBOW THE OLD SCHOOL OF THOUGHT THEORIZES THE RIGHT ELBOW TO NEVER lEflVE THE SIDE ON THE BBCKSWIN6. EVEN THOUGH I OM NOT CONSCIOUS OF IT DURING MY SWING-I AM FULLY AWARE THAT MY RIGHT ELBOW (JOES Y10VE AWAY FROM MY BODY. BUT I FEEL THAT THIS POSITION DEFINITELY PR0VIPES ft WIDER SWING RRC. (ON THE DOWNSWING THE ELBOW NECESSARILY RETURNS TO MY RIGHT SIDE WITHOUT CONSCIOUS DIRECTION ON MY PART.) 37B g)IK7, OHIO PROMOTIONS, INC. "dlt fllCHTS SESEWP Bowling Results Dinner Will Honor 'Cat Harrier Champs Members of Coach Jim Lamb ert's state-champion Muncie Cen tral cross country team will be guests of honor at a carry-in supper Thursday night at the school cafeteria. The proaram will get under way at 6:30 p.m. Awards won during one of the school's most successful cross country seasons wm oe pre sented and Lambert will announce the winner of the outstanding runner award for 1967. Members of the state-champion team will present the state trophy to Central Principal John Paul Huffman. LadlM Bandies (Muncie Bowling Center) Leaders Ontario. 18-11: W. W. Parkinson. 1911: Zavokas Pro Shop. 18-12. High single game Jean Newton, 213. High single series Bonnie Patterson. 520. High team game Ontario. 90. High team series Ontario, J,J93. Saturday Morninr Junior Mixed l Muncie Bowling Center! Leaders Team No. 11. 21-3: Coca- Cola. 17-7; Yorktown Upholstry, 16-8 High single game Hal Waymire, 203. Hlirh single series Hal Waymire, 518. High team game Team No. 11. 1,005. High team series Team No. 11, 2,165. Bowl-O-Mat Social iBowl-O-Mati Leaders Muncie Tent and Awning, 1-U: Max's Auto Glass. Covalt's Dairy, Webster's Tire and Battery. 18-12: Murphy's Supermarket, 18-14. Hign single game Evelyn King. 198. Hijh single series Dot Whittimore, 505. High team game Max's Auto Glass, 828. High team serlei Murphy's Supermarket, 2,355. Local itfl Bowling League (Muncie Bowling Center I Leaders Bparknlugs. 64-18: Saints. 53-28; Top Cats. 47-37. Hilh single game Jim Vorhees, 222. High single series Clyde Barbor, 536. High team game Boares. i,on. High team aeries Tomahawks, 3,09. City Handicap I Bowl-O-Mat i Leaders Mason's Ooasis, Derby Bar. Hurst TV. High single game Bob Finch, 230. High single series Jerry Gruewell, 585. High team game Odle Paint Co., 1,073. High team series Odle Paint Co., 3,108. Wa-Kee (Muncie Bowling Center) Leaders Hurst TV., 55; Half Size Shoppe, 44; Jackson St. Hardware, 44: L&M Masonry, 42. High single game Sarann Mustard, 180. High single series Marilyn Hol-lenebe. 502. High team game Jackson 8t. Hardware. "44. High team series Jackson St. Hardware, 2,206. Twilight League (Bowl-O-Mat) Leaders Tobey's Insurance. (0-20! Pvpm Tile, 58-22; Haag Drugs, 56-34. Hifh single game Jane Clevenger. 206. High single aeries Sachie Young, 519. High team game Keglerettea No. t 1,027. High team aeries Gammer Mkt., 2.913. Flu Picken gaclal (Sport Bowl) Leaders Hopeless Ple. 19-1; At-llln Construction. 15-12; We-Un's. 14-13. High single game Joan Fullhart. 188. High single aeries Joan Pull-hart, 5116. High team game Hopeless Five, 844. High team series The Mothers. 2.374. 67 Handicap (Tower Lanes) Leaders Bolton's Marathon; Merchants Bank: Peterson Vending. High single game Posey. 243. High single series Posey, 657. High team game Tower Lounge, 1.101. H'lrh team series O-Needa-Vending, 9,057. Aneherage (Tower Lanes) Lesders Muncie Dragwar. 57: Knight Door Co., 56; Covalts Meadow Gold. 48. Hich aimrle tarn H Woolums. 232. High single series B. Hines. 624. Hiffh team cam Ken-Bar Tool. 920. High team series Muncie Dragway. 2,596. Tower Lane Tenplnneri (Tower Lanes) Leaders Patio. 2,080: Turner Align ment, 2,053; Mulfitts, 2.046. High single game M saunders. 177. High single series M. Saunders, 497. High team game Muffitts, 724. High team seriei - Muffltts, 2,112. Learner (Tower Lanes) Leadera Tour Mrs.; Alley Cats: Untouchables. High sinile tame Engle, 177. High single series M. flussDaum, 466. High team game Alley Cats, 807. High team series Monday Belles, 2,358. Local 4U9 (Tower Lanes) Leaders Jim's Standard. 62: ciusner s iree ourgery, ou; Avondale Pf!TT Mn 1 al Ula-h D. Herron, 2S8. High single series Q. West, 578. High team game Jim's Standard, 1,079. High team series Team No. 7, 2,931. i i HEATING OIL Sport Bowl Major fSnnrt RnvM Leaders Wvsor Parkino- Tst. KA.ii-1 Ken-Bar Tool It Ena-.. M.R: Prantim I Finance Co., 46-26. High single games , rtAfiir rn I - William Prnrtnr. Hih .(! M. L. DAClUE V.U.. IRC. series William Proctor, 619. High Is ... . , . " team game Wysor Parking Lot, a Mroy Ave. S-1 998. 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ALL THAT could happen if Britain has to go it alone with plans to make Wimbledon an open tournament by inviting pros to compete in the same draw with amateurs as golfers do the world around. As things stand now, every player who performs at Wimbledon next year guy or gal automatically loses his amateur standing. All would be barred from cup competitions and from all future tournaments except other "opens" or those openly pro. TENNIS OPENS are against the rules of the international federation but now the Swedes are calling for an emergency meeting of the federation to reconsider the ban. The U.S. Lawn Tennis Association calls in its administrative committee for a session at New York Nov. 17 to decide which way to jump. "Until then," said one official, "nothing but nothing can be said on the question. Decisions have to be made." THE PRESTIGE of Wimbledon and its threat to go it alone precipitated the crisis. Nine of the top 10 players in the men's unofficial world rankings for this year almost certainly would defy the ban and play Wimbledon. Many of the gals are likely to be there, too. .Thus, wimblelon alone could alter the course of the sport as we've known it since the glory days of Big Bill Tilden, Little Bill Johnston and others who put tennis in the big time. Joseph McCauley of England aia an exhaustive survey and created 1967 world rankings for the American magazine, World Tennis. HE RATED them this way: 1) John Newcombe, Australia; 2) Roy Emerson, Australia; 3) Marty Mulligan, Australia and Italy; 4) Tony Roche, Australia; 5) Manuel Santana, Spain; 6) Nicola Pilic, Yugoslavia; 7) Willy Bungert, Germany; 8) Clark Graebner, Beachwood, O.; 9) Bob Hewitt, Australia and South Africa; 10) Roger Taylor, England. The. 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