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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1969 THE ANDERSON HERALD . · nrnwtm » f »*-»i^w*-»rvi iv; irvr II1C AUVSnTVn HEIVMbV fight Teams In Running For Hotly-Contested County Invitational PAGE 13 '«' Mt Yemen's Champs, Pendleton Open Firing What shapes up as possibly he county's No. six scorer, and the most holly contested Madison County Invitational basket ball tourney ever played kicks off tonight at 7 o'clock in the AHS Wigwam. This year will mark the first time the tournament has. been played on three consecutive days. Always before the teams had a Friday night break before the three-game Saturday finish. The c u r r e n t tourney also marks the · last to be playec in the Wigwam, Beginning rjex- year Ihe event will be held in the new Pendleton H e i g h t s gym. The tournament has been held in the Wigwam since the huge arena was dedicated in in the 1961-62 basketball season after having been initiated in t h e Madison Heights gym in 1959. T h e first three count; tourneys were played in the Pirate bailiwicki the next seven in the Wigwam. This is th eleventh Madison County Tour nejvalthougK' it has been "invitational" s i n c e Madiso Heights dropped out in 1961 an was 'replaced by Middletowr (now Shenandoah) of H e n r County.. , · . · It is anticipated that in th future, with the merger of tw county schools and the consoh dation of another with a Grant County institution, the tourney will come under the banner of White River Conference Tourney. All participating · schools eammates Dennis Shelton and leve Street. Mount Vernon, ighland a n d Yorktown all dipped (he Goblins, though ot by much, but Summitville erailed Frankton's Eagles last 'eekend with a fine effort. If there is a tourney favorite ; probably would be Lapel porting the tallest team in the ield, the Bulldogs boast a front ne of 6-9 Fred Jennings, 6- lex Passwater and 6-2 Steve Caplinger, with 6-3 Greg Layon, the No. 4. county scorer, n the backcourt along with Da- ·id Fuqua or 6-2 Bob Gustin. "hat combination has won six if nine games, losing only to 'rankton, Greenfield and No- ilesville. Dally Hunter is the coach. The V r a n k t o n Eagles, :hough, b l o c k Lapel's path. They beat the Bulldogs once :his year and obviously are capable of doing it again. Coach Paul Davis has a small bul speedy team that includes a number of hot shooters. P h i l Giants All Alone Atop NCC Standings Now Webb is the county's fifth leading scorer, while Davis' son Larry holds- down ninth spot in county pointmaking. A l s o deadly are little Dallas Canfield, Will Alexander and Dave Benefiel. Center Doug Holder, a m e r e six-footer, concentrates rebounding and defense at e expense of scoring. With body on the squad taller than K feet, the Eagles have man- ed to split even in 10 games. now are WRC members. Yorktown and incoming m e m b e r Hamilton Heights have · been playing in other tourneys. The schedule finds defending champion Mount Vernon meeting Pendleton tonight at 7. The second game pits Shenandoah a g a i n s t Highland. Friday'; games include Markleville vs Summitville and L a p e l vs Frankton. Although five present compet itors have nailed ; titles in the 10-year history of the tourney it is entirely possible that ; new champion could be crownec this year. It is equally possible for a'familiar name .to cu down the nets Saturday night Probably never has the fielc been so well balanced as this year, when, all eight schools ar given a fighting c h a n c e o bringing home the bacon. The won-lost records, for in stance, all are equally impres sive. Nobody has'-.been uriabl to win and nobody has licke all comers. The best'reeord i sported -by : 'Lapel' at 1 : 6-3 an the' worst by Highland at 3-7 Everyone else is in between. Mount "Vernon, the dcfendiri champion, surprised - _eyeryon last year "as Phil Suiter, Jim Beaty, Tom Miller and Co..£ho down the f i e 1 d. The three sharpshooters are back agai this year,'.although Beaty h a been hampered by · injury -in r cent weeks but is back in 1 a tion now. The Marauders' : '4 record, therefore, may be d ceptive. While having an off-seaso Ihis year, Pendleton also is be tcr than its 3-6 record show The Irish have suffered tw losses to tall Lapel, but eac time the margin was close. A other loss came from big. ta ented Madison Heights. Coai Carl Floyd, though, has bei molding the Irish into a mui more consistent combinati w h i c h , includes high-scori Dave Helton, explosive soph more Kirby McCrocklin a Andy Klepfer and s m o o t working guard Gary Burke. Shenandoah misses the heig and experience of last yea club, but coach Ray Pavy h utilized high-scoring Rick Pec inpaugh and his mates we enough to win five of 10 game, Included in the losses we down-to-lhe-wire setbacks fro twice-beaten Wapahani and u beaten ' Yorkiown and a on point loss-to Markleville whi reversed Shenaridoah's earl win over the Arabians. Coach Dick Mitchell and Highland Laddies have lak their lumps, but some of same have come at the hands of some very impressive teams. Lack of size has been a factor, as has illness, in the decline ami fall of the Laddies from their loft; perch of last season. The fine outside shooting of. Allan Yusl and Bill Dickerson, along with, the yeoman's i n s i d e job of Frank Isaacs and the speedy learning of several sophomore prospects, help make Highalnd a team with which to be reckoned despite their 3-7 record. . nd when they win they win the average victory mar- points. The usual colorful tourney at- osphere naturally will pre- il. The eigt teams all have SEEK FIRST TOURNEY TITLE - The Fronkfon Eagles, above, are (tie only (earn in the field that has never made Ihe final game of Ihe Mod/son Cotinly Jnvi'falional Tourney, bol the Eagles hope fo change ofl fhaf this weekend, first Ftankton musl gel past fall Lapel Friday nighl, but Ihe Eagles did just that in season pfay. Team members, from /eft, include: front row, Gary Hosier, manager Sieve Remington and Dallas Canlield; hack.row, assistant coach Jed Harbil, Gene Clevenger, Larry Davis, Phil Webb/Doug Holder, Will Alexander, Tom Mosleri and coach Paul Davis. ' (Photo by f file Studio) Navy Hires Forzano As New Head Football Coach _ . . ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UP1)- in the five triumphs being Hick Forzano, a man who never But a spokesman for the athletic department stressed the. played college football but who real reason why Forzano was is known as a skilled recruiter chosen as the answer to Navy's of college players, Wednesday was named new head football fferent nicknames a n d , in coach at the U.S. Naval ost cases, ' different colors arious human or/stuffed masts will represent many of the ams, representing variously e Marauders, Irish, Raiders, addies, Arabians, Goblins, ulldogs and Eagles. Brightly-colored cheerblocks Academy. Forzano, 40, is the offensive jackfield coach of the Cincinna- :i Bengals of the American failing football fortunes, Good Recruitcr. : 'His record shows he is one of the most effective .athletic recruiters in the past 15 years," the spokesman said. Recruitment problems are the Football League, and a former key to Navy's football woes. Navy assistant coach. He has The service academies are also coached the St. Louis having an increasingly difficult Jardinals offensive backfield and was the head coach of the! .ually show off the school col- ,,,,,, ,,,, ulo ,,,,,, _ uc| s. Gold and White are Mount University of Connecticut team. 1 ernon's, contrasting to Pendle- n's Green and-White. Sheri- ndoah's Blue and Gold com- ares w i t h Highland's Plaid nd White, while Markleville's rabians m a t c h their .Purple nd White against · S u rh m i t- lle's Black and : Gold. Lapel time persuading outstanding athletes to attend, because of the five-year-military require- He replaces Bill Ellas, fired ment, the Viet Nam war, ant last month after a dismal 2-8 the high salaries now being record. Elias had been coach offered in pro football. erms. His salary is generall; eiieved to be in the $22,000 ange. He is married and has iree children. Russian Hockey Team's Canadian Tour Uncertain MOSCOW (AP)-The Rus sians said Wednesday night i depends on Canadian hockey of icials whether .the Soviet na :ional team will go through with for four years. : Navy athletic director Capt. J.O.- Coppedge hailed Forzano's upi;catiqii'bf colors -won't ' " Forzano joined the Navy staf in 1959 replacing Wayne Hardin who was made head coach "enthusiasm, dedication ' and During Forzano's five years a Iso Black and Gold for the knowle(i Se of football," and said rtlu f HHnKnn*;n«-.xe-i,^iA .1 hp hnrl "unnti'iaiTnhlp prprtrnitTali aveithsipro^leinan '^ { 'TM t ^' 3 u P. erb recommendations." ame*against^'Frarton's Red nd White.,-. ': ! ' ' · ' . Officiating -tonight's - f i r s t ame will be Everett Campbell nd A:rt Thompson. Boyhton tobson .and: ,-M a r'i o n . Acton tfhistle the second game. John relan-a.nd Jim -Long -referee larkleville'- Summitville, and ames Beyer and'Harry-'ins- eep Handle · Lapel-Frankton. "he first night's arbiters work lie semifinals and 'title game, Tiompson 'and Boynton going at 12:30,and Acton and Campb e l l at 2. ChampionshiD whis- . le-tooters are Jampbell. Thompson and Frankton High School i s in charge of the three-day event Opening games Thursday and Friday nights are at 7 o'clock. The two biggest winners of he tourney no longer are in he field. Three-time winner St. Mary's no longer is a senior ligh s c h o o l and two - time champ M a d i s o n Heights dropped out several y e a r s ago. The five remaining cham- jions -- Summitville, Middle towir, Markleville, Pendleton and Mount Vernon -- each has won only once. Previous title game scores follow: 1939--M a d i s o n Heights 76, Highland 52. 1960-M a d i s o n Heights 70 77, Lapel Buiis-Nobis Coach's Dream LOS ANGELES (UPI) - jfiorge Allen, who leads his West charges against the East in the 19th annual National Football League Pro Bowl Sunday, has a problem. But it is one that most coaches would relish. A crowd of 60,000 was predicted tor the game Memorial Coliseum; "It's like a dream," says Allen, "to be able to choose between men like (Dick) Bulkus and (Tommy)' Nobis." -Chicago's Butkus -anti Allan-|| la's Nobis join Mike Curtis of I Baltimore and Maxie Baughan of Los Angeles 33 a formidablej] quartet of West linebackers. Allen, who was fired andjl rehired by the Rams during an 11-day span after Christmas, has nine of his R-ams and seven Colts in the contest. Baltimore quarterback Earl Mcrrall, si ill I smarting from last week's] Super Bowl embarrassment, the academy, Navy never los to Army. As head coach at Connecticul Forzano was named Yanke Conference Coach of the Yea in 1964 and in 1965,.he achiever Uconn's first victory over Yal in their 90-year-old intra-slat rivalry. His overall record a Connecticut was 7-10-1. Forzano was given a three year contract with unspecifiei HOW THEY STA\D NCC Games All Games W \, W L Marion - 3 0 11 Richmond --2 t 8 Lafayeiie 2 1 8 Anderson - 1 1 7 jflgansport -- 1 1 8 Muncie Central -1 1 5 New Castle --. 0 1 6 Kokomo 0 3 2 Results Last Week * Logansport 72, Kokomo 66 * Lafayette 77, Muncie Central 61 * Marion 78, Richmond 60 Anderson 76, Ft. Wayne Central 59 New Castle 80, Anderson Highland 62 Logansport 58, Huntingion 56 Co.t) Indpls. Tech 86, Muncie Central 63 Richmond 79, Ft. Wayns Luers 51 Games Friday, Jan. 17 * Anderson at Muncie Central * Logansport at Richmond * Marion at New Castle Frankfort at Kokomo Crawfordsville at Lafayette Games Saturday, Jan. 18 Anderson at Michigan City Kokomo at E. C. Washington Elwood at Muncie Central New Castle at Connersville Richmond at Rushville (*) NCC Games. Individual X'CC Scoring Leaders G FG FT TP 3ick Risinger (Richmond) 3 27 21 75 Frank Walters (Kokomo 3 32 9 73 Jerry Townscnd (Marion) ,, 3 24 12 60 Joe Suiter (Marion) .3 24 6 54 Dan Gunn (Marion) 3 19 22 50 Fred Springer (Kokomo) .3 14 15 43 Mike Booher (Lafayette) 3 12 17 41 Mark Garrison (Lafayette) .3 17 6 40 Jerome Johnson (Muncie) 3 n 14 40 Kim Kaufman (Muncie)-- 3 15 10 40 Red Freeman (Anderson) 2 13 13 39 Dan Fell (Lafayette) 3 14 9 37 Ellis Banks (Muncie) 3 beating Muncie as Mike Booher and Brent Green hit 17 each while Fred Combs got 15 and ian Fell 11 Tom Punzelt cored 15 and Ellis Banks 14 to ace the Bearcak. This week's action puts Anerson at Muneie Central, Loans port at Richmond and ubs, Pirates Swap Farmhands 2-For-l PITTSBURGH (UPI) -- The 'last season. The Dominican Pittsburgh Pirates and U., Jgjf^ Chicago Cubs announced Wed- f fl for 52 Marion at New Osstle in N$J lilts Friday while Kokomo hosts Frankfort and Lafayette enter^ tains Crawfordsville. On Saturday Anderson Is at Michigan City, Kokomo at East Chicago Washington, New Castle at Connersville, Richmond at Rujh- ville and Muncie Central hosts Elwood. Hartenstein, 28, a reliever, and Campbell, 28, played for Tacoma in the Triple A leagua last season. Hartensteui, who n.esday a two-for-one swap nvolving farmhands. The Pirates sent utility outfielder Manny Jimenez to the Cubs for Kghlhanded pitcher|lives in Austin, Tex,, had a 2-4 Charles "Twiggy" Harlenstein record last season with Chicago, and infielder Ron Campbell. ' Campbell, of Decatur, Term., Jimenez, 30, who played for hit .236 in 133 games with the Columbus Jets, a Pirate [Tacoma in 1968. He played part affiliate in the Triple A league, I of the 1951-65 seasons with tha also played with the parent club | Cubs. Tom Punzelt (Muncie) 3 J. D. Layman (Logansporfc) 2 Bob Smith (Anderson) - 2 Gary Kitchel (Richmond) 3 Mike Woodruff (Anderson) -2 Bill Barnett (Richmond) _ 3 John Kniesley (Logansport) 2 Randy Stolle (Richmond) 3 Mike McMinn (Logansport) ..-_· 2 Jovon Price (Marion) 3 Tim Smock (Richmond) ...-.· 3 14 Marion's Giants, pre-scason favorite, took over the lead in .he North Central Conference basketball title chase last week tour of Canada scheduled to by beating Richmond's R e d begin .Friday. tour Tuesday, a day after Ihe Devils, 78-«0. The victory left The Russians called oif the Marion all alone at the top of the NCC heap with a 3-0 rating: Soviet team was to have left for The Giants are 11-0 for all Montreal. More than 16,000 tick- els had been sold for the second game, in Toronto on Sunday. The two teams arranged the tour as a preparation for the wrold championships in. Stockholm in March. TASS, the official Soviet news agency, issued the text of a cable sent by the Russian Ice Hockey Federation to the. Canadian federation. games. Richmond fell into a deadlock for runuerup with Lafayette as the Bronchos scampered pas Muncie Central, 77-61. Logans port outran Kokomo, 72-66 in the other NCC filt,,whieh .allow ed the Berries to tie Aridersoi: for No. 4. In outside games Anderson whizzed past Fort Wayne Cen tral, 76-59 and New Castle downed Anderson Highland, 80- 2 the same evening. The fol- owing night Logansport queezed past Huntington in an ivertime, 58 - 56; Richmond rounced Fort Wayne Luers, 7951, and Muncie Central bowed to Indpls. Tech., £6-63. Marion was led to victory over Richmond by Jerry Townsend with 24 points and Joe Suiter added 23. Rick Risinger got 27 for Richmond and movcc into tlie individual scoring leat two points ahead of F r a n k Walters, . Kokomols .. classj guard, who hit 23 ig^'inst-i Lo ga'n. The Berries were led bj Mike MoMinn's 22 point spree It was the first FCC win for the Berries in two years. Lafayette's defending NCC 11 champs had good balance in Highland 45. 19fil-§ummitville 55. AT THESE GREAT SAVINGS ELECTRIC DROWSE ALARM! "PICK-UP" TRUCK TIRES 2!jH Jg"" ?£ WESTCLOX ·5 andlOminut) drowse control ·Hemind-A-Lito. indicates alannissei ·Lighted dial · Sh aiterproof crystal · Sweep second band ·Buzzer alarm ·White ot S«nd*»ooS 1962-St. Mary's 47, Pendle- lon 45. 1962-St. Mary's 59, Pendle- lon 58. 1%4-St. Mary's 78, Lapel 60. 1965--Middletown 51, Summitville 45. 1966-MarklevilIe 61, Middletown 57. 1967--Pcndlelon 78, Markleville ;«. 1968--Mount Vernon 75, Highland 60. will be at the helm at kickoff, "because he's the ' league's Player of the Year and certainly deserves to start." Morrall, a 34-year-old veteran, will be playing in his second pro bowl and his first ·after an 11- *O99 «* 4U LIMIT ONE.J*DDTnONAL $4.95 EACH MJ SPORT $18.90 I $Z4.00 m $38.00 · _ . r _!,. IH T _ - ~ , r f. nlV 1AI t e J L n , 470-15 6 plr ttl 670-15 ttt 700-15 6 fET Daleville Edges Union Wrestlers DALEVILLE - The Daleville Broncos e d g e ^ d Union here Wednesday in wrestling, 31-23. Seasoning against such teams It was Daleville's fifth win as Muncie Central, M a d i s o n Heights, Yorktown and N e w Castle alsp has helped. Markleville's credentials include the county's No. 2 scorer, Ron Schoeff, who actually has a slightly higher per-game average than top man Earlie Dixon o£ Madison H e i g h t s . Schoeff has carried the load for coach-father Paul Schoeff this year but has had help from teammates also. While losing five of 11 games, Markleville year layoff. Playing for the East in 1958, the former Michigan State star ihrew a 39- yard scoring pass to Ray Renfro for his team's sole tally in a 25-7 setback. Sunday's classic is billed as a struggle between the West's defense and Uie East's polent offense. Tom Landry's East squad boasts such notables as Cleveland's Leroy Kelly, the league's leading ground gainer, receivers Paul Warfield, Homer Jones and Roy Jefferson and quarterbacks Don Meredith and Fran Tarkenton. CLIP THIS COUPON WHEEL BALANCE I f 1C eight starts. The Broncos won seven of the 12 matches, rallying from a bad start to take six straight after dropping the first three. Daleville wrestles at Center- viile Monday. Summary: : 31, Union 23 (D) pinned by tD)'pinned by Ix . p-Fouch (D) pinned finciwm (U), 1:2. has yet to lose by more than] i27~Trarp ID) d«-. Brooks ui, '*'" 10 points, coming within two of 15 ' 5 Madison Heights, one of Shenandoah (whom the Arabs also beat), five of Lapel and six of Frankton. Summitville has size and balance, the latter an E v e r e t t Webb trademark. The Goblins stand 4-5 despite t h e impres- «iva shooting of Mike -Waller, aondors (D) dec. D. Jones ( H I . 7-4, 138--Wilson (D) pinned Howell US-- R'chnian (D) pinned -But- rows lU). 4:54. 151--Bobbins [D) pinned Dines 165 Hsii (D) i«c. by A.-Buck (U). !2. 175 -- Marcum (D) pinned by Fields (U). 3:20. Hvy.--Miller (D) pinned Warr.cr Laver, Rosewall Hard-Pressed For Tennis Victories SYDNEY (UPD-Hard tutting Rod Laver awl crafty Keu Roscwali, the two top · seeds, were hard pressed Wednesday·, but both came through with vi6tories in the New South Wales tennis championships. Laver, considered the world's best player, roared back after dropping the opening set to whip England's Roger Taylor, 57, 8-6, 6-2, 6-3 to advance to the quarter finals. Rosewall, mean-i while, assured himself of a! berth in the semifinals with an 18-16, ! 3-6,'W, 6-2 triumph over feilow -Australian, Roy ·Emerson, PER WHEEL Offer Good Thru Jan, 31, 1969 Famous DELCQ ENERGIZER "More power to start with" sings FEATURES · One piece rubber cover. * Vacuum sealef , . freshness. . 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