The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 9, 1962 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, March 9, 1962
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PAGE 6 SORORITY TO MEET .'TUESDAY Psi Iota Xi sorority will meet at 7 p. m. Tuesday in" the home of Mrs. R. O. Wiggins, 415 Green street. Errors in Carter's Super Market ad. Wednesday. Camay Soap should read 2 for 26c and coupon instead of 2 for 66c. Giant Oxydol should read 69c and colpon. Legion Auxiliary Card Party 8 p.m. Saturday at American Legion hall. C-136 K. of C. Euchre Party Sunday S:<)0 p.m. K. of C. Hall. C-136 NOTICE Shorty Howard's barber shop will be open Thursday, March 8th. 423 1 2 W. Madison. P-135 Candidate for Joint Senator under new management HOURS 5:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Daily Except Sunday Robert G. Young Robert G. Young, 39, a Nobles- viOe business executive, today announced his candidacy for the office of Joint Senator of Tipton, Hamilton and Boone counties on | the Democratic ticket. Young is a lifelong resident of Hamilton county. He graduated from Noblesville High School in 1941 and for a time was an inspect tor for Allison Engineering Company in Indianapolis until enlisting in the U. S. Navy as an avia- ELK'S GUEST STAG Saturday March 10th Club Open at 10:00 A.M. Free Lunch at Noon Steak Supper 6:00 - 7:00 P.M. Guests Welcome - Bring Your Friends 500 Mile Race Films to Be Shown COME EARLY - STAY LATE ; tion cadet in js42. FoDmring ajstint as pilot 'in a -navy patrah squadron in the Western Pacific, during World War n, he returned to the states and continued his study at Butler and Purdue Universities. He is now vice president of Young Packing Co., Inc., Noblesville, a Noblesville Township Trustee, secretary of the .Noblesville Consolidated School Board, director of the Indiana Frozen Food Processors Assn.; vice president of the Hamilton County Board of Public . Welfare and chairman, of. the industrial committee of the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce.. He is a lieutenant in the Naval Reserve, having served continuously since his release from active duty in 1946. He is also a past president of Noblesville Lions Club, a member of the Elks and of the American Legion. Recently he was appointed to serve on a legislative study committee on Social Security for the Indiana C. of C. . An active member of the Democratic Party, he served one year as executive secretary. of the Young Democratic Clubs of Indiana. He is married to the former Mary Catherine Vissing of JeSh ersonville and the couple have four children. Mental Health (Continueu from Pag* 1) chairman, <Mrs. Paul Grimme; advisory committee, Judge Oliver Wheatley, chairman, Stanley Herbert, Chester Mitchell, Edmond Steel. Court (Continued From Pas* I) Following objections to executor's report, consideration of the Wilbur A. Compton estate was continued for filing of an amended final report. Maude Sandman's bond as executrix of the estate of Edward Gai- s'er was approved: Inheritance tax was reported'due in )the es.tate of George Omer Phares. In the estate of Richard A, Pence a petition to continue the proceedings was filed by the administra­ trix, Elsie Pence. ' To Run Tonight CHICAGO (TO).-JTwo teenage terriers, Tom O'Hara and Bruce Kidd, might steal the show from world record holders tonight in the. 26th ChicagoDaily News Relays. Name athletes in the field include Jim Beatty of the Los Angeles Track dub, the only run* ner ever to better four minutes for the indoor mile, John Uelses, the only * 16-foot pole vaulter, Ralph Boston, a 27-foot broad jumper, a'nd hurdler Hayes Jones. All have set or equalled world marks, and wiH be trying again tonight to improve on them. But their chances, for success are dim and thus O'Hara or Kidd could become the star. ' Beatty, who has been clocked at 3:58.9, 4:00,9 and. 4:00.2 in his last three outings will be the target for O'Hara, and the youngster could succeed. O'Hara, a sophomore at Loyola University; won the K. of C. mile at Cleveland last St. Patrick's Day and last week won the K. of C. mile in New York. In his last meeting with Beatty, he was clocked at 4:02.3, the best time ever posted by a 19 year old for the distance as Beatty won in 4:00.9. The two will be running in the bankers' imile against Peter Close of the New -York AC, who won the Wanamaker Mile this year, and an English star, Brian Turner of Southern Illinois. Kidd, an 18-year-old Toronto runner who likes distances even longer than two miles, will be aiming at Max Truex's meet record of 8:49.1. He will have four competitors, including Laszlo Ta- bori, the Hungarian star now with the Los Angeles Track Club, Bob Schul, a teammate of Tabori's, Ron Wallihgford of the Toronto Olympic Club, and Joe Thomas of Southern Illinois. 'Boston Celtics Near New Record For Number of Wins By United Press International' .'The battle for the Eastern Divi sion championship in the American Basketball League apparently is- going right down to] the wire —and all four teams in the division are in striking distance. Cleveland a ii d New York squeezed out narrow victories Thursday night and tightened up the standings to a point where only two'and'one-ihalf games separates first place Pittsburgh and fourth place New York. Chicago is a half game behind* the pace-setting Rens, and Cleveland trails Pittsburgh by two. Thursday night's victories came at the expense of the Western Division, which is considerably more scattered. Chicago chalked up a 108-107 victory over Western leader, Kansas .City, and Cleveland came from behind to edge San Francisco,, 100-98. , Kansas City enjoys a six and one-half lead over second place Hawaii in the Western standings, while San Francisco has dropped a full game behind the Chiefs. - Jack Adams was the big gun for New York Thursday night. He scored 37 points, including the winning basket in the final second of play. However, the rugged contest, marked by 63 fouls, may have been costly for. the Tapers. Their leading scorer, Dan Swartz, suffered a possible dislocated finger in the third period. Cleveland outscored San Francisco by nine .points in the fourth quarter for its victory. Dick Barnett led the Piper attack with 33 points, while "Mike Farmer was top for the Saints with 26. The standings: Eastern Division LADIES! A BEAU1IFULLY ENAMELED 9 OZ. GLASS TUMBLER - -^^-^^aaBBfe ^CDWKl Nothing to Buy • Bring this AD-TOP fo . . . . 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INDIANAPOLIS (U'PI) — Two of the sharpest- Indiana high' school 'basketball coaches figure to match wits and strategy at Purdue Saturday in the battle for the Northwestern semi-state tourney crown. It's old hat to both Lafayette's Marion Crawley and East Chicago Washington's Johnny Baratto, but Baratto has 'made it to the four-team state finals just twice— the last time in 1960. That was.the year the Calumet finally .won its second state, title, East Chicago running over highly- favored Muncie Central, 75-59. Oh paper, at least, the setting for Saturday's three-game session at. Purdue is perfect. East Chicago warms up against Attica and Lafayette meets Knox in the preliminaries.. Although neither Attica nor Knox may be pushovers, the two city quintets were favored to clash at • night for the right to advance to the state finals. . Mason Is 4-8 East Chicago's Senators, No. 2 in the state and 24-1, had their hands - full last weekend to earn' the semi-state trip with a 68-66 decision over West NJHSC rival Gary 'Froebel, the only team to beat them during .the regular season. Baratto, in his 18th season at East Chicago, has plenty of height and balance. Six-foot-eight Rich Mason is his : tallest player. John Blanchard stands 6-4, and speedy Bernie Rivers and Bobby Miles, both good shots, measure '5-11. Some of his subs range from 6-2 to 6-5. ; / Lafayette, No. 4, has both height and depth—maybe . more depth than any other team still in the running. The Broncos are 22 3 and spoiled Kokomo's otherwise per. feet season. Crawley, who won three titles in eight years—the last time with Lafayette in 1948—is in his 19th year at Lafayette. He moved-to Tippecanoe County after his 1942 Washington Hatchets made it "a two- year sweep in the tourney. Knox Surprise Entry •'• Tom Miller at 6-4. and Wayne Wilson at 6-2 may be his 'best shooters. But he has 'three other valuable players who stand 6-4— Charles Scheuman, Dave Morrison §{j(l Ron Taylor—plus a pair of 6-2 performers—Terry Stillabower and Denny Brady. ON THE SIDELINES ly HAM HCt If you're driving an automobile and don't have Blue Devil plates on your car, you can give a great big boost to the .Boosters Club, an organization that is backing the local high school athletic program, oy buying Blue Devil plates now. They are on sale at $1 each, at Falvey's and Carroll's Mens Shops and at the Suburban Bowling Alley. What the Boosters Club can do for the athletic program depends upon the amount of money in its •treasury. Last year the Club do-- nated $300 for a seven-man football sled which coach Jake Weger said was an invaluable .aid to his grid- men, and contributed another $50 for the purchase of basketballs which were distributed to prospective basketball team members to •work on during the summer. The Club also sponsored a banquet welcoming new additions to the teaching and coaching staff and their families, and this Sunday evening is sponsoring a testimonial dinner in honor of this year's basketball team. The public is invited to attend this dinner in the 4-H Building at 6:30 p.m. and families need only to bring thier own table service and favorite covered dish. The Attica, 25-6, lost to Lafayette by 21 points early in the season. The Ramblers of coach Ted Dunn, a Lafayette alumnus and Crawley protege, were runnersup in the Wabash Valley tourney. Knox, .21-4, was >a surprise regional winner at VLog|pnsport, dumping the host Berries, 47-43 The Redskins have won 13 games in a row since Rochester handed them a 75-56 lacing Jan. 5. Ken Kemble is Knox's tallest player at 6-4. He also is the team's top scorer with an average of better than 15 points per game. Knox is a first-year regional winner, while Attica grabbed its first regional title since 1953. GREECE' TEAM SIGNED NEW YORK (UPD—The International Soccer League . has signed the Panathinaicos ' (PAO) team of Athens, Greece, to compete in its third season of play opening May 20. Panathinaicos, champions of Greece the past two years, will compete in the. second section Boosters Club is providing chicken and hoodies, ham, beverage and rolls. So next time you are down town pick up your Blue Devil license plate. It is. not only for a worthwhile cause, but NEXT YEAR you may be glad to have people know you are from the Blue Devils' com-' munity. .' Sharpsville Fetes Team : Another banquet this week will be held Friday in the Sharpsville High School gymnasium when that community honors its finest athletes. The Bulldogs in the past have come up with some outstanding teams but this 1961-62 squad developed by coach Gerry Manahan ranks with the greatest, and had it not come face, to face in the Sectional with the team favored to repeat as State Champion, might have gone on to earn statewide fame. Only two boys, Dave Moon and Mike Hanesworth, will be lost by /graduation from this great team so fans, may expect continued success for the/Bulldogs next year. - Backing the Coach One of bur high school informants told us yesterday that basketball coach Dick Barr is due to receive a letter in the mail today, thanking Mm for the fine job he did this year for the team and fqr the school. The letter was written by the Tipton High School Pep Club. We know it is one which. Richard will greatly appreciate. Player of the Year We were asked yesterday to explain how the "Player of the Year" .is selected in the various CMC sports. It is an award determined solely by the sportswriters, although in practically all instances, the sportswriters are in complete accord with the coaches of the various schools. Each of the 12 sportswriters in the 12 communities represented, is entitled to name one player from the team of his community. If he does not feel .there is a player from the school he represents who is outstanding enough to deserve such nomination, he may nominate a player from one of the other teams in the Conference: In basketball this year, there were just five boys nominated for this honor. One each from Alexandria. Peru, Tipton, Wabash and Warsaw;. All coaches in the' conference are automatically placed on the final ballot. Ballots are then mailed to each of: the sportswriters, asking", them along with Zaragosa of Spain, Elfsborg of Sweden, Beienenses, l <> pick three players and three of Portugal, MTK of Hungary and the Wiener Sport Club of Austria. Tonight.7 Saturday - Sunday - Monday . Continued Show Sunday Starting at 2 P.M. Laughs and Heart-Tugs and Memorable Songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein Gla- 1 morously Told in San Francisco's Erotic China Town! DRUM SONG Romance to fill every heart... glittering, exotic splendor... the magic of San Francisco's Chinatown! coaches, numbering them 1, 2 and 3 choices, from the total list of 5 players and 12 coa.ches who are on the ballot. Points are then counted up with five points counting for a first place vote, three fcr a second choice and one for third. - One player and the coach who receives the most total points from all of the sportswriters of. the conference then receive ttf! "Player of the Year" and "Coach of the Year" awards which are purchased from the treasury of the Sportswriters' Association.. Coaches' Teams This award is not to be confused in any way with the seection of the CIC first, second and '• third team all-stars, which is conducted solely by the coaches of the 12 conference schools. We understand that two Tipton boys were voted all-star recognition by coaches of the conference, one of them being placed on one of the all-star teams and one of them getting Honorable Mention. To get Honorable Mention a .boy must have been selected someplace on his list by at least two coaches other. than his own coach. The five boys getting the most votes from all coaches malce the CIC all-star first team; those five igetting the next most votes are on the second team and the next five boys make the third team. 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