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1 FRANKLIN, tod. (UPI)-The sign in the football locker room at Franklin College says "Go reckless, stay loose and enjoy football." Using that formula this season, toe Grizzlies earned themselves a bowl bid. Franklin was named Friday to play in the post-season Mineral Water Bowl game Nov. 28 at Excelsior Springs, Mo. The other team will be announced Monday. VJ Veteran coach Stewart "Red" Faught put the locker room sign up in 1966, but it wasn't until this season that the Grizzlies really adhered to that motto.. _ Franklin's sophomore quarterback, Phil Powell, is one of the big reasons for the Grizzly success. He currently is the NAIA Division II leader in total offense, 261.6 yards per game, -and in passing offense, 260.4 yards a game. Faught said the entire team has worked as a unit, but that Powell bad to be singled out as the sparkplug. "When you have a good football team, you usually find it has a great quarterback," Faught said. "When Powell steps in front of the Saving is like Dieting huddle, they forget he's a sop- phomore." Faught said Powell, who played at Mitchell High School, was a left-handed thrower when he came io Franklin, but "I saw he had potential for being a better passer right-banded, so we switched." "We're delighted to nave been selected," Faught said. "It's a first for Franklin College. We nave a fine football team, a high scoring team averaging 32 points a game." "It's a great thing for the kids," he said. "They're very excited." "We were 4-4-1 last year," Faught said. "We got all our character taught last year and now we're winning, this year." Franklin was 6-2 before today's regular season finale with St. Joseph's, but the Grizzlies lost both games by a total of three points, 14dl2 to Taylor and 14-13 to Anderson. . This is probably the most offensive minded team Franklin College has had. The team needed 32 points and 186 yards today to set all-time school season records. Franklin was 18th in the latest NAIA Division 0 national ratings. The stadium at Excelsior Springs seats up to 7,500 fans and the bowl game is sanction ed by the NAIA. Bench Club Hit CINCINNATI (UPI>-Hard­ hitting catcher Johnny Bench showed to his fans be Could slug as well as hit and catch. The All-Star catcher of the National League champion Cincinnati Reds had the crowd on its feet cheering when he made his debut as a singer in a nightclub near the University of Cincinnati campus. "We put the spotlight on him and dragged him up on the stage," said Mickey od the current attraction. Mickey and Larry. Bench, dressed in a black body shirt and white bell bottoms, belted out the old favorite, "Show Me the Way to Go Home." He sang several more songs and delighted the crowd with his tricks with the microphone before being allowed to return to the table he shared with Cincinnati Bengals Royce Berry and Mike Reid. you have to WANT to Mother of. Elliott Brothers Succombs BLOOMINGTON, 111. (UPI) —Mrs. Alice Elliott, mother of University of Iowa Athletic Director Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, died Friday at a hospital here. Officials listed the cause of death as a heart ailment. Mrs. Elliott, 77, was the widow of former Northwestern University Football Coach J. Norman Elliott. you have to STICK WITH IT! The sure way to accumulate funds is to make REGULAR deposits every payday in a savings account with us! We help it GROW by adding liberal interest. Start NOW! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of TIPION Home Made Pies By Order Dinners Short Orders to Go HOOSIER CAFE Dial 67S-2363 STANLEY KRAMER ; "IT'S A MAD,MAD, MAD, MM WORLD" IM.TWMJMVUI0N9 fWleeeedthru ncwiicoioM United Mints |BK»- 78-00 A 9 8" 4 SI 5ii.N^-MbN : .:.Ty^ Continuous' Suns 2 ; oo -';80fr -88io Nothing bis been lett out of The Adventurer!" Brisker Has 103 pt. Fever John Brisker's got a 103 fever that's lasted two nights. Brisker's hot scoring pace, 53 points ThursdaeOnb 50 points Friday night, lit up the American Baksetball Association weekend of action as the Pittsburgh Condors beat the. Texas Chaparrals, 156-150, in overtime. In other Friday night games, Kentucky went Into a virtual tie with Virginia for the Eastern Division lead on a 130-123 victory over the Squiares and Carolina stopped the Floridians, 9-96, when Ron Nelson missed an 18-foot shot that could nave tied the game.' • * Brisker's near point a minute pace helped Pittsburgh overcome a 24-point deficit in the second quarter. His two foul shots with 1:18 left tied the game at 136-all and be scored eight of the Condors' 20 points in the five-minute oversome session. Stew Johnson scored 35 points for Pittsburgh and Ron Boone McDoniel Gets Hubbs Award CHICAGO (UPI) -Llndy McDaniel, star relief pitcher with the New York Yankees, will receive the Ken Hubbs Memorial Award at the 31st Diamond Dinner of the Chicago Baseball Writers, It was announced Friday. The dinner will be held Jan. 10 at the Sheraton-Chicago Hotel. McDaniel equaled.the Yankee record for saves with 29 in 1970 and had a 2.01 earned run average while winning nine games. He was a teammate of Hubbs with the Chicago Cubs in 1963. The award is based on contributions both on and off the field to baseball. Hubbs was killed in a plane crash while still playing for the Cubs. = FINAL GAME SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPI) —Springfield College plays its final football game on 60-year- old Pratt Field Saturday when it entertains the University of Bridgeport. Springfield will shift to an artificial.turf gridiron at a site elsewhere on campus next season. COLONIAL CUP CAMDEN, S.C. (UPiy-Twen­ ty-four horses from six nations are entered in Saturday's inaugural running of the Colonial Cup International .Steeplechase, a run over brush for ^100,000 in prise money. Horses from Ireland, England, France, West Germany, Australia and the United States are entered. The event covers two miles and six and one-half furlongs. SANDERS SIGNS MILWAUKEE (UPI) — The Milwaukee Brewers announced Friday their No. 1 relief pitcher, Ken Sanders, has signed his 1971 contract for an undisclosed but "substantial increase" in salary. Sanders, 29, became the fourth Brewer to come to terms for the 1971 season. Hospital News FRI., NOV. 13,1970 ADMISSIONS: Jane Alden, Arcadia; SherriU R. Holloway, Kokomo; Barbara White, Elwood; Mary L. Fox, Fort Wayne; Gary L. Anderson, Tipton; Joseph Pumphrey, Russiaville; Oswell P. Green, Tipton; Ida Browning, Windfall; James A, Peace, Sharps ville; Marlene Green, Tipton; Teresa A. Addison, Tipton; Danny R. Johnson, Kokomo; Vivian Darlene Sturdevant, Sheridan. DISMISSALS: Phyllis Smeltzer, Arcadia; Nancy Stout, Shar- psv.iUe; Dean Hoover, Tipton; Alma Driver, Tipton; Ruth Stowers. Goldsmith; Christ! ire- land, Cicero; Melissa Miller, Sharpsville; Donna Trumbaugh, Tipton; Patricia Wood, Goldsmith; Frances Thompson, Kokomo. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Elkhart In Line For Mythicaml Champ Award SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1970 By United Press International Top-ranked Elkhart polished off a perfect Indiana high school football season Friday night, whipping Hammond Morton, 27-0, to remain among the top contenders for the mythical state championship to be awarded next week. Elkhart joined seven other schools which finished with perfect 10-0 slates this campaign, including second-ranked Bloom- ingto which has the state's longest current winning streak at 31 straight No. 6 Evansville Rex Mundi could join the 10-game winners tallied 26 for Texas. Lou Dampier and Dan Issel combined for 54 points as Kentucky moved within percentage points of Virginia, Dampier, hitting froo his favorite 25-foot target, hit three-point field goals three times en route to a 29-point night. Issel added 25 and Darel Carrier 23 for the Coipnels. Charlie Scott, arrested earlier in the day on a traffic violation, led Virginia with 30 points. Jumping Joe Caldwell scored 18 points in leading Carolina past the Floridians. Ira Harge tallied 17 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for the winning Cougars. Sam Robinson paced the loser with 21 points. i«MiKwantnr h WSJ HH« Security Car Care will keep your motor running Dial 675-6118 for Quick Service HENRY'S STANDARD >. Service Station Corner N. West & Jtflmon with a season-ending victory tonight against city toe Memorial. Rex Mundi would become the state's 12th school to finish with an unbeaten and untied slate. Other Perfect Clubs In addition to Elkhart and Bloomington, 10-game winners include No. 3 Mishawaka Marian, . which has a 21 - game streak going; No. 4 Valparaiso, which has won 23 straight and ; hasn't lost in its last 26 outings; Decatur Central, unbeaten in 28 games; Jimtown, Terre Haute Schulte and Hamilton Heights. Oak Hill, which has a 19- game string going, and North Judson finished with 9-0 marks and Garrett finished with an 8-0 record, extending its winning streak to 17 straight The Elkhart-Morton game was a showdown battle featuring the winners of the Northern Conference and the Lake, Short Conference. Elkhart tied South ^ Bend Adams for the Northern League title and won the draw which decided the loop's representative for this playoff game. The Blue Blazers, who have now won 13 straight and 30 of their last 31, dominated most of the game. Morton had only two serious scoring threats, both after recovering E 1 k h a r • fumbles, Ed Crawford of the Gov- Tipton-HH Jr. High Games at Tip fon High Tipton Junior High School Principal Charles Wolf has made arrangements for the Tipton Junior High-Hamilton Heights Junior High basketball doubleheader to be played in the Tipton high errors receovered an Elkhart bobble on the opening kickotf at the Elkhart 32-yard line, but Morton could advance only to the 17 yard line before losing the ball on downs. Elkhart Marches to TD Elkhart took over and marched for its first touchdown with Bill Banks racing the final 33 yards with 2:57 left in the first period. Paul Willis got the other three Blazer touchdowns on short plunges. Elkhart tried only one pass, which was incomplete, but gained 253 yards rushing on a field made soggy by a steady rain which finally ended in the first period. : Hammond Morton had only 40 yards rushing and 24 passing. Morton's last scoring threat came when the Governors recovered a fumble on the Elkhart 28, but the game ended 90 seconds later with the ball at the 20. Morton's Bob Grenda, the team's leading rusher this season, suffered a broken right hand in the first stanza but stayed in for the rest of the game, playing both ways. Morton finished with a 6-3-1 slate. school gym instead of the Junior High gym. The two games are set for next Tuesday night at the big Tipton High gym, the seventh grade beginning at 6:30 p.m. and the eighth grade at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the high school ticket office, with adults 50 cents and the student ducats at 35 cents. LEAGUE v STANDINGS THURSDAY NIGHT BOWLERS Standings 32 1/2 - 15 1/2 32 - 16 30 1/2 - 17 1/2 30 -18 1 28 1/2 ^ 191/2 28 -20 28 -20 24 -24 21 1/2 - 26 1/2 17 - 31 16 - 32 Tom Dempsey's 63yd yard Shoe 1. Fred Henry Standard 2. Turner Trucking 3. Standard Oil 4. Ron Shuck Auct. 5. Suburban Lanes 6. Farm Bureau Ins. 7. Elks #1 8. First Federal 9. Briggs 10. Elks #2 11. Pioneer • Fred Henry Std., 2531 (C. Smith, 480) over Ron Shuck 2454 (M. Frazee, 455) 3-1. Suburban Lanes 2425 (S. James, 415) ever First Federal 2333 (B.DeFord, 393) 3-1. Turner Trucking 2464 (M. Ballard, 463) ever Fans Bureau 2430 (E. Teter. 476) 3-1. _.' • Elks #1 2399 (M. Pumphrey, 412) over Standard • Gil 2323 (M. Shirk, 391) 3-1. Pioneer 2305 (C. Thatcher, 282) 07&r Elis 2233 (E. Prre, 362)4-0: Briggs 2405, blind, 4-0. LADIES' MERCHANTS LEAGUE -THURSDAY NIGHT Coin-O-Wash Ross i Doggett Rhodes* Jewelry Farmers Loan F.M.C. John Bean Zebner's Shoes Tipton Clinic Lewis Standard Leavell & Bates Bowl-O-Drome Robinson's Junior's "66" League Standings 33-U 26-18 25-1/2-18-1/2 23-1/2-20-1/2 23-21 23-21 22-22 21-23 20-1/2-23-1/2 18-1/2-25-1/2 16-28 12-32 GAMES WON/LOST NEW ORLEANS: The. special shoe Saint Kicker Tom Dempsey wears on his malformed right foot has become the target of .Dallas Cowboys owner Tex Schramm. Schramm says he will recommend that the shoe be ruled illegal, unless it has a kicking surface the same as other kickers use, because he thinks Dempsey has an advantage. In defense of Dempsey, who kicked a 63-yd. field goal November 8, Saint Gen. Mgr. Vic Schwenk says, "We had no protest from the other teams when Dempsey was missing field goals earlier in the seasonl" UPITELEPHOTO . Lewis Standard (2,843 - 3 pts.) over Zehner's Shoes (2,761 i Pt). F.M.C. John Bean (2,824 - 3 pts.) over Farmers Loan (2,789 - lpt). Leavell & Bates (2,831 - 3-1/2 pts.) over Bowl-O-Drome (2,764 - 1/2 pt). Robinson's (2,832 - 4 pts.) over Rhodes' Jewelry (2,618- Opt). Coin-O-Wash (2,824 - 4 pts.) over Junior's "66" (2,719 Opt). • * Ross ii Doggett (2,898 - 4 pts.) over Tipton Clinic (2,564 Opt). . HIGH ACTUAL INDIVIDUAL SCORES 190 Game or Over: Mary Ann Doggett - 220; Jan Witham 195; Daurice Baker - 191. 475 Series or Over: Jan Witham - 543; Judy Belt - 533; Mary Ann Doggett - 529; Marie Mezze.i - 521; Betty Thornton - 500; and Vicki Sawders - 480. I. V. TECH REGION V A New System of State Supported Colleges' WINTER QUARTER 1970 SCHEDULE of CLASSES WINTER 1970 CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES - C9113 Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration ($35) Sec. 1 ............. - • • M 7:00-10:00 p.m. C9114 Electrical Motors & Generator Repairmen II Sec. 1 «40V: .. • • -.- • • Sec. 2 ($40) . TTh 11:30-2.-30 p.m. TTh 7:00-10:00 p.m. C9115 Electronic! Circuits II ($60) Sec. 1 . . TTh 0 :00-9:00 p.m. •)C91I7 Key Punch Operation ($30) Sec. 1 ; TTh 7:00-9:00 p.m. C9100 Radio Repair 1 ($40) 1 Sec. 1 .... • M 5:30-7:30 p.m. C9101 Radio Repair II ($40) ' i Sec. 1 ' W 5:30-7:50 p.m. Cv)02 Radio Repair III ($40) Section 1 .......,....: M 8:00 10:30 p.m. CVII6 TV Repair II ($30) Sec. 1 '• • W 8:00-10:30 p.m. WINTER 1970 PART-TIME CREDIT COURSES (Degree Program) T2202 Accounting II (4 cr..- $40) Sec. 3 W 7:00-10:20 p.m. T2205 Accounting V (4 cr..-$40) • Sec. 2 T 7:00 )0:20 p.m. 30201 Communication Skills I (2 cr.; $20) Sec. 1 M 7:00-8:40.p.m. V2308 Computer Programming I (6 cr.; $60) Sec. 1 (LECTURE) T 7:00-10:00 p.m. Sec. 1 (LABORATORY) M 7:00-10:00 p.m. Sec. 2 (LABORATORY)" ' ~ • W 7:00-10.00 p.m. Sec. 3 (LABORATORY^* Th 7:00-10:00 p.m. G0S0O Economics I (3 cf.; $30) Sec. 2 W 7:00-9:30 p.m. M03I7 Fundamentals of Mafhtfcr.; $50) Sec. 1 , •" TTh 7:00-9:05 p.m. T2124 Office Calculating Machines (3 cr.,- $30) Sec. 3 • Th 7:00-9:30 p.m. G0875 Sociology (3 cr.; $30) Sec. I TIME ARRANGED T6406 Technical Orawing II (3 cr.; $30) Sec. 2 MW 7:00-9:30 p.m. M0341 -Technical Mathematics I (5 cr.; $50) Sec. 2 MW 7.00-9:30 p.m. T6034 Time and Motion Study (3 cr.; $30) Sec. I • Sat. 9:00-11-30 a.m. 3717 U.S. 31 BY-PASS SOUTH COURSE REGISTRATION WIU BE CONDUCTED AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD TMROUGN WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2STM, 1970, FROM 1.-00 TO 4 :00 FJM. AND 6 :00 TO »:00 P.M. REGISTRATION FEES FOR THE COURSES Will BE DUE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. Pre-enrollment is encouraged for all courses. Many courses have limited enrollments. Others may. be cancelled if sufficient enrollment is not reached. Should the number of enrotlees exceed the available class size, preference will be given to those who have returned this pre-enrollment form.- Prospective full-time students are required to achieve satisfactory resulsts on a diagnostic placement test prior to enrollment, and/or otherwise demonstrate positive evidence of possessing necessary potential for success. _ Students Interested in enrolling for the Winter Quarter should contact the counselors office at the North Central Region for an application and/or a couselSng appointment. The cost for a student pursuing o full-time program is $100 per quarter plus books and supplies. Students attend on a part-time basis pay $10 per credit hour, i.e., the tuition, for 6 3 credit hour course in Accounting would be $30. The Indiana Vocational Technical College and its regional institutes have been approved for veterans and vocational rehabilitation training. Draft age students attending full-time programs will genetolly be assigned deferred classifications for the period in which they ore enrolled if they maintain sarisfactory grodes. INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE -M6I0N V - KOKOMO, INDIANA - PH. 453-5880 \Page 6 Franklin Motto Credited With Grid Season Success

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