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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1970 PRO FOOTBALL National League By VITO S1ELUNO UPI Sports Writer George Blanda did it again Sunday, but this time he had to share the honors with a pair of oft-maligned quarterbacks — Gary Cuozzo and Fran Tarkenton. Blanda, Oakland's 43-year-old fountain of youth, tossed a 20- yard touchdown pass to Fred Biletnikoff with 2:28 remaining to give the Raiders a 24-19 victory over the Denver Broncos. Blanda, who'd kicked crucial field goals with three seconds remaining in the previous two weeks, replaced Daryle, Lamonica after Denver took a 19-17 lead with 4:01 remaining and directed the winning touchdown march. Cuozzo, the quarterback the skeptics say is carried by the tough Minnesota defense, directed two touchdown marches in the final period as the Vikings came from behind with the winning TD with 1:23 remaining to beat the Detroit Lions, 24-20, and all but clinch the NFC Central Division crown. Tarkenton, the scrambler the critics said would never be a winner, led the New York Giants to three fourth-period touchdown margins as the Giants came from behind to beat*the Washington Redskins, 35-33. The deciding score came with only a minute left. In the other American Conference games, Kansas City beat Pittsburgh, 31-14, Buffalo tied Baltimore, 17-17, Cincinnati edged Cleveland, 14-10, and San Diego topped Boston, 16-14. Other Games In the other National Conference games, San Francisco downed Houston, 30-20, Green Bay edged Chicago, 20-19, and Philadelphia tied Atlanta, 13-13. In inter-conference play, the New York Jets upset Los Angeles, 31-20, and Miami beat New Orleans, 21-10. In the Monday night TV game, St. Louis will battle Dallas in a game for the lead in the NFC East. St. Louis must win to retain its game lead, since Dallas win will create a three-way tie involving those two teams and the Giants. The Minnesota victory over Detroit, its second over the Lions ii three weeks] left the Vikings in the NFC Central and the Baltimore Colts in the AFC East as the two most likely division champions. San Francisco took a' two-game lead in the NFC West with its victory and the Los Angeles loss, while the NFC East and AFC West are still "too close to call." The craziest race is in the "AFC Central, where the leaders- Cleveland and Pittsburgh—have 4-5 records. j Detroit took a 20-10 lead into the final period and still led, 2017, with less than two minutes remaining before Cuozzo hit reserve tight end Jim Lindsey with a 49-yard pass to the Detroit five. On the next play, Clint Jones scored his third touchdown of ,-the game to give Green Bay Minnesota the victory! Chicago- Lamonica, bothered this week with a sore shoulder, threw two touchdown passes, but Blanda came on after the Raiders fell behind. Blanda tossed a 27-yard pass to Rod Sherman and a 35- yard pass to Warren Wells before throwing the winning TD pass to Biletnikoff. Tarkenton Comes Back - Washington scored three touchdowns in the third period to take a 33-14 lead, but Tarkenton came back to direct- touchdown marches of 71, 65 and 63 yards in the final period to win the game. John Brodie threw touchdown passes of 54, nine and 15 yards to lead the Forty-Niners to their victory over Houston. San Francisco gained its two-game lead when AI Woodall threw three touchdown passes as the Jets upset Los Angeles. Kansas City remained right on Oakland's heels in the AFC West by downing Pittsburgh as Len Dawson completed 19 of 24 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns. San Diego stayed alive in that race as John Hadl tossed two TD passes in the come-from-behind win over Boston. Grant Gurhtie's 36-yard field goal with 1:09 left enabled Buffalo to tie Baltimore, but the Colts still have a comfortable lead in the AFC East. Virgii Carter tossed a touchdown pass and engineered a 85- yard TD drive as Cincinnati rallied for the victory over Cleveland. The win left Cincinnati only a game out of first in the AFC Central despite its 3-6 record. Bart Starr scored a touchdown with three'seconds left as Green Bay nipped Chicago and Steve Preece's 21-yard run with a recovered fumble midway in the fourth period helped Philadelphia tie Atlanta. Jim Kiick and Larry Csonka scored second half touchdowns as Miami snapped a three-game losing streak by downing New Orleans. | College Football | Roundups Pro Basketball NBA FOP Takes BB Loop Lead with 67—57 Win Baltimore Miami Buffalo - N.Y. Jets Boston Cleveland Pittsburgh Cincinnati Houston East W. L. T. Pet. 7 11 .875 5 4 0 .556 3 5 1 .375 2 7 0 .222 18 0 .111 Central W.L. T.Pct 4 5 0 .444 4 5 0 .444 3 6 0 .333 2 6 1 .250 Oakland Kansas City San Diego Denver West W. L. T. Pet 5 2 2 .714 5 3 1 .625 4 3 2 .571 4 5 0 .444 National Conference East W. L. T.Pct 6 2 0 .750 ' 6 3 0 .667 5 3 0 .625 4 5 0 .444 1 7 1 .125 Central W. L. T. Pet 8 10 .889 5 4 0 .556 5 4 0 .556 3 6 0 .333 East W. L. T.Pct 7 1 1 .875 5 3 1 .625 3 4 2 .429 2 6 1 .20 St. Louis N.Y. Giants Dallas Washington Philadelphia Minnesota Detroit San Francisco Los Angeles Atlanta New Orleans The Nation's Beauty Cfinn there it stands, the Nation's Beauty *-* " Shop. Millions of others like it are saying to us. "Give us your trash ... let us help you beautify our country!" And all we have to do is to use this free beauty service — take a step or two extra to keep trash from becoming litter. . Each of us can do our part in giving our country a "faciar 'stjy patronizing these little "shops" set up for our convenience. Every litter tit hurts. So let's keep our face clean Indiana! UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. 518 Chamber of Commerce Building Indianapolis. Indiana 46204 By United Press International President Nixon thinks Purdue's sophomore-laden football team could be Rose Bowl material in the next two years. A top sports fan, the President made the comment late Saturday to Purdue coach Bob DeMoss in a telephone conversation following the Boilermakers' hard-fought 10-7 Big Ten loss to Ohio State at Lafayette. President Nixon had watched the game on television from his retreat at Camp David, Md. "I know how it feels to be second best," the President told DeMoss. He added the sophomores looked good and that he thought they would possibly be in the Rose Bowl before they graduated. Nixon called the Ohio State dressing room, too. He talked to coach Woody Hayes, quarterbacks Rex Kern and Ron Maciejowski, and the man who gave the Buckeyes the victory, kicker FredSchram, Meanwhile, top-rated Notre Dame survived a scare against unranked Georgia Tech, 10-7. And Northwestern handed Indiana its eighth loss, 21-7. Purdue's defense held Ohio State to a standoff for all but the last two minues and four seconds of the rain and snow- marred struggle when Schram booted a 30-yard field goal for the victory. John Brockington, the bruising fullback, ripped off tackle for 26 yards for OSU's lone touchdown, but only 12 second: later Etan Brown raced 96 yards with the kickoff to knot the score at 7-all. It stayed that way until Schram's field goal. At South Bend, Denny Allan plunged two yards ^or a touchdown with 6:28-to play to save the day for the Irish, who railed 7-3. The game Yellow Jackets de- fensed the Irish into a scoreless tie during the first half, the first time since 1965 that Notre Dame failed to put points on the board in the initial 30 minutes. Sophomore quarterback Eddie MeAshen put Tech ahead with a 66-yard scoring pass to flanker Larry Studdard, but it was the Engineers' only points of the day. Veteran Joe Theismann connected on 15 of 30 passes and helped set up both Notre Dame scores. The first was a 34-yard field goal by Scott Smith. Indiana and Northwestern battled to a 7-all deadlock at the half before two Wildcat third-period scores broke open the game. Indiana's score came on a five-yard run by tailback Danny Grossman. CHICAGO (UPI) — Michigan's 55-0 rout of helpless Iowa and Purdue's loss to third - ranked Ohio State over the weekend have set the stage for a conference title showdown between the two Northwestern remained in the Rose Bowl running after a 21-7 victory over Indiana. When Michigan faces Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio, next weekend it marks the first time in the 75-year history of the Big Ten that two unbeaten teams have played each other in the last game, of the conference schedule. . Ohio State's Fred Schram got the credit for salvaging his team's win over Purdue when he kicked a 30-yard field goal with only two minutes and four seconds remaining in the game Saturday. Schram's boot broke a 7-7 tie which had lasted since the first quarter. Don Moorhead, Michigan's hidden gem in this year's quality quarterbacks, set a team career total offense record. Moorhead rushed for 65 yards in eight attempts Saturday and completed six of ten passes for 88 yards to bring his total offensive yardage to 3,528. . Despite rain and sleet, Northwestern's Mike Adamle managed to establish a conference season record of 216 carries, by picking 162 yards in 42 carries during Saturday's game. Adamle's yardage gave him 1,878 yards for his career, a Northwestern record. In other Big Ten action Minnesota gained a 23-13 win over Michigan State in a mistake-ridden battle where 11. the scores were set up by fumbles or interceptions. The Spartans still have not won a game at Minnesota and their most recent loss gave the Gophers a 9-4 lead in the series between the two teams. Wisconsin reaped a 29-17 victory over the Illinois in a battle between the two Big Ten underdogs. The clash, played in semi -darkness under heavily overcast skies, improved Wisconsin's conference recordto4-2 but left Illinois 1-5. MIAMI (UPP -The Orange Bowl Committee will send scouts out to watch five big college teams Saturday, looking for an opponent to face Nebraska in the 37th annual Orange Bowl Game New Year's night. The fourth-ranked Cornhus- kers, who face Oklahoma next weekend, unanimously voted Sunday night to accept an invitation to play in the Orange Bowl. Their 9-0-1 record this year is marred only by a 21-21 tie, with Southern California in their second game of the" season. By United Press International Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson complement each other to the extent they even score at the same pace. The Big O and the Bigger A tallied 27 points apiece Sunday night as the torrid Milwaukee Bucks blitzed the Baltimore Bullets, 105-90, to gain a lV 2 game lead over Detroit in the Midwest Division of the National Basketball Association. The Pistons dropped a 108-104 decision to Phoenix in the only other NBA action. In the American Basketball Association's only scheduled games, the New York Nets scored a club high 144-129 triumph over the Texas Chaps and the Denver Rockets rallied for a" 110-107 win over the Utah Stars. Milwaukee's 20-2 surge in the first six minutes of the second period overcame Baltimore's 31-22 first-period lead and lifted the Bucks' season record to 101. Alcind6r and Robertson each connected on 11 field goals and five foul shots to account for their point totals. Jack Marin led Baltimore with 20 points. Phoenix won its seventh game in the Suns' last eight outings and pinned Detroit with its sixth loss in the Pistons' last eight games. Clem Haskins' basket with six seconds remaining iced the game for the Suns after Bob Lanier missed tying the game for Detroit with 29 seconds to go. Haskins paced Phoenix with 28 points and Connie Hawkins added 24. Dave Bing scored a Detroit high of 26 and Lanier had 22 points. Eddie Johnson netted 26 points and Sonny Dove tallied 21 as the Nets put on the biggest scoring display in their history to go over the .500 mark at 8-7 in the ABA's Eastern Division. Glen Combs scored 28 for the Chaps, including a trio of three-point baskets and Ron Boone forged a game-high 30 The Cornhuskers would like points for the losing Chaps. to take on Notre Dame in thp Orange Bowl just as much ,«( bowl promoters would like to stage the match, but the Irish are thought to have other plans, for New Year's Day. . ** It appears likely Notre Dame would prefer a Cotton Bowl- Denver slapped Utah with only its second defeat in 12 games as Larry Cannon scored 26 of his 29 points in the second half to rally the Rockets. The Victory broke a Denver string of 11 consecutive losses to the Stars, including four straight in, game if it could take a shot ate last season's playoffs, and gave Texas. The Longhorns and the£ Stan Albeck the win in his Irish were tied for first place in debut as Rockets head coach, last week's.UPI major college:f- Don Freeman led Utah with 25 ratings. it points. ..Orange Bowl scouts concen- NBA Standings toting - "J' S ° uth B , end ' By United Press International «' ( Ee a look nexV Atlantic Division Saturday at the team thought SALT ' LAKE CITY, Utah (UPI) — The Indiana Pacers, riding a three-game winning streak, are expected to be back at full strength Tuesday night when they battle the high-riding Utah Stars. '. Utah has beaten Indiana all three games they have played so far. Mel Daniels, the American Basketball Association All-Star center who missed the Pacers' first two road games against Pittsburgh and Carolina, will rejoin the team after winning a damage suit in Albuquerque, N.M., in which he was the defendant. The Pacers won Saturday night, 128-119, over a fired-up Carolina team, which pulled within one point, 110-109, before a final Indiana burst. Bob Netolicky, filling in for Daniels in the pivot, led the Pacers with 30 points and six other Indiana players hit in double figures. Joe Caldwell led the Cougars with 26 points. ABA Standings By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB Virginia^ 11 4 .733 ... Kentucky 12 New York 8 Floridians 6 Pittsburgh . '6 Carolina 4 West W. L. Pet. GB Utah . 12 2 .857 ... Indiana 10 6 .625 3 Memphis 7 6 .538 4'/ 2 Denver 4 10 .286 8 Texas 2 11 .154 9V 2 Sunday's Results New York 144 Texas 129 Denver 100 Utah 107 Monday's Games Memphis vs. Texas at Fort Worm Roberto Wins World Cup BUENOS AIRES (UPI>-It was a victory for old duffers everywhere. • • Roberto; de .Vicenzo, 47, unassuming and "Very tired*," whipped young Australians Bruce Devlin and David Graham where it really counted in the Tipton's Fraternal Order of Police basketball team won it's third straight Tipton County Independent Basketball League game Sunday at the' Tipton Armory by edging Farmers Loan and Trust Co. Bank 67-57. Steve VanHorn with 20 points and Jim Bales 19 was the edge that FOP needed to offset Jay Whelchel's 15 and Ben Hobbs 14 points. This win gave the FOP the undisputed lead in the loop with 3-0 as Tipton Building and Loan at 2-0 drew a bye Sunday. Other league results Sunday afternoon were First Federal 5 .706 ... 7 .533 3 10 .375 5>/2 .375 .267 10 11 5y 2 6 to * be their second choicen glouisiana State's Tigers. And aside from Notre Dame, LSU still has an engagement with another potential Nebraska opponent, . Mississippi. Other teams under consideration are reported to include Tennessee •> and Air Force. The Cornhuskers were eligi-' ble for the Orange Bowl invitation because they have only one game remaining. College Standings Big Ten Football Standings By United Prefs International New York Philadelphia Boston ', Buffalo W. 14 11 8 3 L. Pet. GB 5 .737 ... 7 ;611 2'/ 2 8 .500 4V 2 11 .214 Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix GB 3V 2 3'/ 2 8V 2 2V 2 GB W l. Michigan 6 Ohio State 6 Northwestern 5 Michigan State 3 Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Illinois Purdue Indiana 2 3 1 2 3 I 2 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 5 1 5 T PF PA 0 228 49 0 163 61 0 169 73 0 126107 95 122 83 157 109 230 93 218' 80 127 69 172 Central Division W. L. Pet. 9 8 .529 5 11 .313 , 4 10 .286 L 17 .056 Midwest Division W. L. Pet. 10 1 .909 12 6 .667 9 5 .643 10 .7 .588 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. Los Angeles 9 4 .692 .. San Francisco 8 7 .533 2 Seattle 9 8 .529 2 San Diego 8 10 .444 3'/ 2 Portland 6 11 .353 4V 2 f Sunday's Results Milwaukee 105 Baltimore 90 Phoenix 108 Detroit 104 . Monday's Games San Fran at Milwaukee Buffalo vs. Seattle at Portland San Diego at Portland Cleveland at Baltimore Twelve HS Teams With No Losses We also are very appreciative of our many fine .customers. To .help you celebrate this holiday we are putting SPECIAL SALE prices on all units. Stop and look at our EARLY AMERICAN homes In particular. Prices on these start at $4,490.00. Ask about our SPECIAL BONUS for buying before the holidays. Phone 495-8097 Kojcomo By-Pass Next to Dairy Queen By United Press International The 1970 Indiana high school football season was history today with No. 6 Evansville Rex Mundi becoming the 12th team to write a perfect season into the record books. The Southern Ctnference champs won their 10th consecutive game Saturday night, edging city foe Memorial 6-0, on Don Jockem's two-yard .gainer in the mud. Top-ranked Elkhart and such other powers as Bloomington, Mishawaka Marian and Valparaiso, along with Garrett, Decatur Central, Jimtown, Terre Haute Schulte, Oak Hill, Hamilton Heights and North Judson. previously finished unbeaten and untied. Sunday— head-to-head last round. "You played lousy golf," he joked with Devlin in the dressing room after their six- hour marathon, "but you guys won anyway." ' De Vicenzo, the Argentine legend who tossed away the 1968 Masters with the stroke of a pen and then lost a playoff to v Bob Goalby, could afford a 8/2 little humor. After all, he had just won the coveted Silver Trophy 'sought by 86 golfers from around the world in the 1970 World Cup tournament. With 15,000 countrymen swarming over the fairways _ behind like Arnie's Array, De - Vicenzo snot a pressure-packed '"y 70 in the final round of the r tournament over the par-72 Jockey Club course, while Devlin and Graham staggered home with 73s. The Australians won the team title with a record 32-under-par total built in the first three rounds, but De Vicenzo's personal 19-under-par took the individual trophy by one stroke over 24-year-old Graham. ."It was a pleasure to team with Bruce," said Graham after he made his first World Cup a memorable one with rounds of 65-67-65-73— 270 compared to De Vicenzo's 64-67-6870-269 and Devlin's 66-69-66-73 - 274. ' "If I had to be beaten it was nice that the man who did it was Roberto De Vicenzo," added Graham. Actually, the best round of the final foursome on the course was shot " by De Vicenzo's Argentine team partner, Vicente Fernandez. He added a five-under-par 67 to earlier rounds of 70-76-72, but it was too late to catch the Australians who started 19 strokes in front on Sunday and wound Up 10 ahead. . The other 41 two-man teams- entered in the tournament including the defending champion U.S. team (Lee Trevino- Dave Stockton) were out of the picture from the very first round due to magnificent golf by the Aussles. 45-39 over FMC and Citizens National Bankwinning over Windfall Lions 71-55. Alan Dickover's 13 markers with good support from Jerry SaUee, Butch Schulenburg,' Butch Moreland, and Ron Long offset Mike McCorkle's 20 points and Steve Zimmerman's seven. Donnie Curnutt's 31 and Bill Head's 17 were the deciding factors in CNB's win over the Lions steady performers Gene Clark, Ed Clark, Bob Clark, Keith Lein.' inger and Joe Blaylock. The fourth week of play is set for next Sunday, November 22. & Cale Complains Of Sun Angle ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (UPI) — Cale Yarborough, compalin- ing he was "flying blind" because of a low sun angle, won the race. But Bobby Isaac, who played it cool, won the title. Yarborough captured the American 500 stock car race Sunday with an average speed of 117.811 miles an hour, flashing tinder the checkered flag about four seconds ahead of David Pearson. Isaac finished 14 laps back of Yarborough, good enough for seventh place — and that was good enough -to earn the Dodge No. 1 Who? Asks Texas, Notre Dame By BOB DI PIETRO UPI Sports Writer "We're No. 1" Both Notre Dame and Texas claimed that distinction last week but after Saturday's major college action only one can now make the boast. It took Texas only three plays to score against TCU as Jim Bertelsen, the 20-year-old junior from Hudson, Wis. ran 54 yards for the first of his three touchdowns to • spark the Longhorns to a 58-0 romp. The win extended the Texas streak — the nation's longest— to 28. Notre Dame struggled with a determined Georgia Tech defense before Denny Allen scored on a two-yard plunge 6:28 from the final gun to lift the Irish-tea; 10-7 victory. . -.Writs' blitzkrieg win, Texas is almost sure to be voted the nation's No., 1 team in this week's United Press International Board of Coaches ratings. Third-ranked Ohio State, unable to snap its lethargy in recent games, puffed past Purdue, 10-7, when Fred Schram kicked a 30-yard field goal through icy rain and snow with 2:04 left. The win was the eighth straight for the Buckeyes. Fourth-ranked Nebraska (9-0- V made a bold bid for even higher rating and won an Orange Bowl bid in the process when it crushed Kansas State, 51-13. .Fifth-ranked Michigan (9-0) prepped for its clash of unbeatens with Ohio State next week by routing Iowa, 55-0; sixth-ranked Stanford, Rose Bowl-bouud.lost to No. 12 Air Force, 31-14; seventh-ranked Auburn (7-2) was upset by Georgia, 31-17; eighth-ranked Arkansas (8-1) trounced South-, em Methodist, 36-3, and ninth- ranked Lmuisiana State (7-1) conquered Mississippi State, 387. Tenth-ranked Tennessee (7-1) was idle. . Nebraska will make its first appearance in the Orange Bowl classic since 1966, when they lost to Alabama. ace from Catawba, N.C., the Grand National point championship, a title worth $100,000. Isaac has 3,883 points. Runnerup Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Ala., is 73 points back and can pick up only an additional 50 if he wins the lone remaining.event. Yarborough, of Timmonsville, S.C., blamed a low sun angl and a sandy track for poor vision which cause him to bounce his Mercury Cyclone off the outside wall on .the first turn with 14 laps left. "You heard of flying IFR," he said. "Well I drove IFR through that race. My windshield was andblasted so bad I couldn't see a thing," IFR means instrument flight rules, an aviation term referring to instrument flying during bad weather. Victory was worth $20,445 to Yarborough, boosting his season earnings to, $117,200 and making him the fifth leading money winner in Nascar's Grand National Division. Pearson, a Ford driver from Spartanburg, S.C., picked up $11,170 for second place. Bobby Allison, in a Dodge, was third, followed by brother Donnie in a Ford, with Buddy Baker fifth in a Dodge and Richard Petty sixth- in a. Plymouth. Indiana Basketball By United Press International • COLLEGE Marian 86 St. Francis 66 Fort Wayne Bible College 88 Kentucky Christian 58 HIGH SCHOOr Loogootee 97 Eastern (Greeue) 39- ! | Brown County 101 Unionville 54 Owen Valley 73 Shakamak 60 Orleans 66 Henryville 55 Albany 67 Daleville 66 Marion Bennett 89 White's 58 Pierceton 92 Churubusco 74 South Whitley 84 Wawasee Prep 57 Southern Wells 71 Huntington ' Catholic 65 Lakeland 66 Hamilton 38 Central Noble 80 Akron 68 Randolph Southern 82 Pennville 57 Michigan City Marquette 89 Boone Grove 79 LaCrosse 66 Wolcott 60 Westville 63 Kouts 51 . Wiliiamsport 81 Montezuma 51 College Corner 118 Westmont, Ohio 94 .Liberty 64 Sunman 53 Switzerland County 60 Rising Sun 49 North Salem 78 South Putnam "56 Pittsboro 61 Waveland 53 A Those are about 4,000 lakes • in Finland. Wishing you the happiest holidays ever! Just remember... I" if money will help you get the full enjoyment out of the holidays, call on us. 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