The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 23, 1970 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, November 23, 1970
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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1970 TBL,CNB,FLT Win Sunday BB The Tipton Building and Loan Basketball team kept its unbeaten string going with a come from behind win over the strong Windfall Lions 54-53 in Sunday's Tipton County League play. Myers, Campbell, Hackett and Utter scored 24 final quarter points toov- . ercome the Lions 40-30 advantage at the end of the third stanza. Bob Clark, Ed Clark and Pierce led Windfall in scoring. The TBL win put it back in a tie for Loop first place with the Tipton Fraternal Order of Police, which quintet had a bye for Sunday. In the first game of the afternoon Donnie Curnutt's 17 last quarter points spearheaded his Citizens National Bank crew from a 47-45 third period deficit to an 83-74 victory over FMCi Curnutt got 35 points in the game, 31 in the last half and three of his field goals were "Home. Runs" three pointers from behind the 24 feet stripe. Melvin Zimmerman and Tim Whisman also had three "Home Runs" each for FMC and PRO BASKETBALL By United Press International There were four National Basketball Associatio games Sunday. There were four high scorers. Pete Maravich had 32 points. Wilt Chamberlain had 31, Lew Alcindor got 30 and Connie Hawkings had 29. Maravich, the hot-shot, sloppy-socked rookie with the Atlanta Hawks had help from Lou Hudson and Walt Hazzard as Atlanta swept to a 125-115 Zimmerman finished with 25 tallies and Whisman 22. Head, Hicks, Maxey, Bilby and Morrisett gave Curnutt scoring support. CNB is now 2-1 and FMC 0-4.. Farmers Loan and Trust led by Ben Hobbs and D. Staley with 16 markers each ran away from First Federal 83-24 giving FLT a 2-1 and First Federal 1-3 Loop records. Keith Smith, Toby Burkhardt, Jay Whelchel and Tom Phifer socred heavy for FLT. Long, Schulenburg, Lewellen, Faulstick andDickover paced FF. LUCKY NUMBER? By Alan Maver victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. Hazzard had 28 points and Hudson 24 as the Hawks roared from a 52-47 deficit at the half to roll up 40 points In the third quarter. Chamberlain had an ally in Jerry West in the Los Angeles Laker 149-124 rout of the Seattle Supersonics. West chipped in with 26 as all but one of the eight Lakers in action hit for double figures. Wilt sat out the. last seven minutes of play after collecting 21 rebounds in addition to his 10 field goals and 11 foul shots in 15 attempts. Alcindor grabbed 26 rebounds as his Milwaukee Bucks ripped off their 14$ straight win, a 126-104 shellacking of the Portland Trail Blazers. The poor Cleveland Cavaliers got pounded with a 114-99 score by Hawkins and the other Phoenix Suns. Hawkins got 10 in the first half as the Cavaliers held on for a 53-52 edge, but then he poured in 19 in the last half. Walt Wesley had 20 to lead the Cavaliers, who are now 1-22 for a percentage of .043. PRO FOOTBALL MR. "FOOT"-BALL By Alan Maver £l/£/i /P P£ PO£WT P£.COM £ p/$ ?a/ooi'5 7rrf W/M£P f/MP QMRr/P&CP) OP TPPT TPoPPy P£5 /&>*>££> £/K£, P£ p /l$ 0£COM£ /75= TOT/IC P£PPoP#!MG£-. PC/$P£$, PA5$££, P£C£PT/o //5 /MP MD JOE •FHEISMANW, NOTRE m P0CJ8T &£T A <r#/wc£ TOPPP . TO HI* Bom 23/ y/lfiP5- AfiP P/)5$//fc MPPl/SP/dG- T 279y *ROS -C07?0/t govft. PPCOPPS /// TP£'970<5/)M£. Dizlribtitcd by King Fcaturca Syndicate Beginning Dec. 1, 1970 HAIRCUTS $2.25 2.00 Flat Tops Adults Children under 12 1.75 Children on Sat. same as adults. Savage Brownies Compton BARBER SHOPS Grid Bow*/ Games NEW YORK (UPr— Here are the post-season college football bowl matchups: Rose Bowl (Pasadena)-Stanford (7-3) vs. Ohio State (9-0). Cotton Bowl (Dallas'—Notre Dame (9-0' 1 vs. either Texas (80) or Arkansas (8-1). Sugar Bowl (New Orleans)— Air Force (9-2) vs.. Tennessee (8-1). Bluebonnet Bowl (Houston)Alabama (6-4) vs. Oklahoma (64). Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Fla.)-Mississippi (7-1) vs. Auburn (7-2). Sun Bowl (El Paso)-Texas Tech (8-3) vs. Georgia Tech (73). Tangerine Bowl (Tampa-, Fla.)- Toledo (11-0) vs. William & Mary (5-6). Orange Bowl (Miami) Nebraska (10-0-1) vs. an" opponent Chicago to be named. Detroit Phoenix ^ FREE! J any § for BOYS m m SS or |LETTERS FROM GIRLS |—SANTA* K Here is all you do. Choose from several different types of § letters. Then address it to your girl or boy, drop it in our special MAIL BOX. We will have it postmarked from SANTA CLAUS, Ind. Your child will receive envelopes furnished 3 FREEI STOP IN AT FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY Tipton, Ind. j Even the have-nots have to win sometime. The last place teams in the American Basketball Association proved that Sunday when the Carolina Cougars, cellar tenants in the East Division, topped the New York Nets, 10892, and the Texas Chapparals, hrinp-ip" "r> *' e rear in the Western circuit, defeated the Pittsburgh Condors, 139-126. Frank Card and Bobby Verga combined for 56 points in the Cougar win over New York, Card getting 29 and Verga 27. Manny Leaks had 31 and Ron Boone 27 in the Chaps' triumph. In the only other ABA game, the Memphis Pros controlled the boards, snaring 84 rebounds, in a 141-121 victory over the Denver Rockets. ABA Standings By Uniited Press International East W. L. Pet, GB Kentucky 15 5 .750 ... Virginia 13 6 .684 l'/ 2 Floridians . 10 . 10 .500 5 NlwYork • -8 10- .444 - 6 Pittsburgh 7 14 .333 BVi Carolina 5 14 .263- 9% West W. L. Pet. GB Utah 13 4 .765 ... . Memphis 11 -7 .611 Z\ r2 Indiana 12 8- .600 2'/ 2 Denver 5 12 .294 8 Texas 4 13 .235 9 Sunday's Results Carolina 108 New York 92 Memphis 141 Denver 121 Texas 139 Pittsburgh 126 (Only games scheduled) (No games Monday) NBA Standings By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB 16 7 .696 ... 13 10 .565 3 9 10 .474 5 5 13 .278 .8% entral Division W. L. Pet. GB 12 9 .571 ... 7 12 .368 4 6 12 .333 4V 2 1 22 .043 12 Midwest Division W. L. Pet, 15 1 .938 ... 11 6 .647 4V 2 14 8 .836 4 12 10 .545 6 Pacific Division W. L. Pct9 Los Angeles 11 6 .647 San Francisco 11 9 .550 San Diego 11 11 .500 Seattle 10 12 .455 Portland 8 14 .364 Sunday's Results Phoenix 114 Cleveland 99 Atlanta 125 Pbila 115 Milwaukee 126 Portland 104 Los Angeles 149 Seattle 124. (Only games scheduled) (No games Monday) By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer This George Blanda business is getting monotonous. The 43-year-old quarterback- placekicker for the Oakland Raiders pulled out another victory for the American Football Conference's Western Division leaders Sunday by booting a 16-yard Held goal with seven seconds left to climax a 20-17 triumph over the San Diego Chargers. It marked the fifth time this season that Blanda has proved to be the hero for the Raiders. In Sunday's game the Chargers tied the score on an 11- yard field goal by Mike Mercer with. 4:46 left to play, but quarterback Daryle Lamonica moved the Raiders to the San Diego seven-yard line in the final minutes and Blanda came through once again. -In other games Sunday,' Kansas City fought to a 6-6 tie with St. Louis; Minnesota beat Green Bay, 10-3; Detroit routed San Francisco, 28-7; Los Angeles defeated Atlanta, 17-7; Miami upset Baltimore, 34-17; Dallas crushed Washington, 4521; Cleveland downed Houston, 28-14; Cincinnati topped Pittsburgh, 34-7; the New. York Jets beat Boston, 17-3; Denver stopped New Orleans, 31-6; and Chicago whipped Buffalo, 31-13. Philadelphia hosts the New York Giants tonight. Cards Salvage Tie St. Louis, which leads th< National Football Conference's East Division with a 7-2-1 record, needed a 14-yard field goal by Jim Bakken with 1:49 remaining to salvage a tie with the Chiefs. .Bakken also kicked a 49-yard field goal while the Chiefs' kicking specialist, Jan Stenerud, countered with field goals of 39 and 15 yards. The. Vikings avenged their only loss of the season by beating the Packers. Minnesota's winning score came on a one-yard run by Clinton Jones in the third quarter on a fourth- and-goal situation. The victory left the Vikings with a 9-1 record and a three-game lead over Detroit in the NFC's Central Division. Greg Landry, making only his second start of, the season, sparked the Lion's victory by firing three touchdown passes. The loss ended a four-game winning streak for San Francisco and left them only one game ahead of Los Angeles in the NFC West The Rams, upset a week ago by the Jets, got two touchdowns from their defense within a 46- second span of the third quarter and pulled out their game -with the Falcons. The first TD came on a 14-yard run with a fumble by Coy Bacon and the second cn a 25-yard run with a pass interception by Kermit Alexander. Miami Engineers Upset Miami engineered the day's biggest upset and got back into the AFC West title picture by downing the Colts. Bob Griese sparked the victory by scoring one touchdown himself and passing for two others. Baltimore, now 7-2-1, leads the Dolphins (6-4) by a game and a half. • Dallas, which had not played well in recent weeks, snapped out of its slump by routing the Redskins. Rookie Duane Thomas scored three touchdowns and rookie Mark Washington scored on a 100-yard kickoff return to pace the victory. Cleveland took over sole possession of first place in the AFC's Central Division by beating Houston. The Browns (5-5) won on the passing of Bill Nelsen, who returned to a starting role and connected on 10 of 22 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns. Paul Robinson gained lia yards rushing and Virgil Carter tossed for two touchdowns to pace Cincinnati's .victory; George Nocks scored two second half TDs in the Jets' triumph; Pete Liske threw for two touchdowns as the Bronco ended a four-game losing streak and Bobby Douglass passed for four TDs in Chicago's triumph. : PMP MP Poor T///& say 0£ P£SPo//S/&££ POP? AIOP£ P /G5P//)/ PUG//T rpprf p/rygopy/tf POOTSAII p/zyopy. /tf ///$ P/PST/O yp/ips? ///r//£ rtf£ /{/& P/Gprpoor PVr7W£0/K£ ///T//£J/PtPo/Z £f/PO ///7£. ////O PP£ X £PP5 p£ 7%P£iy /r zo, 029 yppps prfP0OOT£O /T £OR 936 I Rp/P£RS, /riP/$3pp £>£C/IP£ OP PRO /MP MTpporP t£PG(l£ P£COPP<5> COMP/rtPP. TOP AIMffi SPP50/15, PAt4, f 'BLP 60M$,£TO. PNPPT#3 H£O}/t$T/UG0M£ 5/P££/rf£ <5£7T//£JO& POM, sy//MP OR POOT. I>i-tnhutcJ bit Khtj Fcnlurcx Sin Expensive Football Celebration at Ohio STANDINGS By United Press International American Conference East W. L. T. Pet San Francisco Los Angeles Atlanta Baltimore Miami Buffalo N.Y. Jets Boston Cleveland Cincinnati Pittsburgh Houston Oakland Kansas City Denver San Diego 7 2 1 .... 6 4 0 .600. Sunday's Results 3 6 1 .333 Miami 34 Baltimore 17 3 7. 0. .300. .Oakland 20 San Diego 17 1 9 0 .100 Cincinnati 34 Pittsburgh Central N.Y. Jets 17 Boston 3 W. L.T.Pct Chicago 31 Buffalo 13 5 5 0 .500 Dallas 45 Washington 21 4 6 0 .400 Chicago 31 Buffalo 13 4 6 0 .400 Pallas 45 Washington 21 Denver 31 New Orleans Minnesota 10 Green Bay Cleveland,28 Houston 14 LosAageles 17 Atlanta 7 SpLouis 6 Kansas City Monday's Games N;Y. Giants at Phila, night /(Only game scheduled) West ~ Hershey 7 8 2 W. L. T. Pet Rochester 6 7 2 7 2 1 .778 Sunday's Results .6 3 1 .667 Providence 8 Quebec 2 3 5 2 .375 Rhcstr 4 Mntreal 4, tie (No games Monday) 16 14 .778 New Orleans 2 7 1 .222 NHL Standings By Unhited Press International East W. L.t. Pts 2 West 7 1 .222 5 4 'w. 1. t.^)Ct 2 2 .750 3 2 .625 5 0 .500 4 2 .500 ; Narional Conference East W. L. T. Pet St. Louis 7 2 1 .778 N.Y. Giants 6 3 0 .667 „. Dallas 6 4 0 .600 v. Washington. 4 6 0 .400 Providence Philadelphia 17 1 .125 Springfield Central Quebec W. L. T. Pet Mjontreal Minnesota 9 10 .900 Detroit 6 4 0 .600 /' Green Bay 5 5 0 .500'Baltimore Chicago 4 6 0 .400 Cleveland New York Boston Montreal Vancouver Detroit Buffalo Toronto 12 12 10 8 6 4 5 4 2 26 4 6 10 10 12 13 COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -It took 12 hours and caused $10,000 damage — but Ohio State University football fans staged the city's longest and most expensive football victory cele^ bration in history during the weekend. An estimated 10,000 persons began Jamming into a one-mile stretch of N. High St. along the OSU i campus- within minutes after the 20-9 OSU-Micbigan football game ended and began the city's biggest "block party" ever. 26 The celebrants, mostly high 23 -school ,and colleged-age youths, 19 also staged several marches to 15the downtown Statehouse carry- IP ing the Ohio stadium's $2,000 10 goal posts, torn away from their concrete moorings in a demonstration of exultation that just could not be contained. Hundreds, if not thousands, of beer cans, wine bottles and other, debris made walking difficult as the exuberant fans danced to music provided by several rock music band's and kept shouting "We're No. 1." Even OSU football Coach Woody Hayes, who made a brief appearance during the giant celebration, could not make himself heard above the din. But words were not necessary as the crowd went wild when the coach held up his index finger to signify OSU's - No. 1 status. West W.L. T. Pet ; - AHL Standings By United Press International East . . W. L. T. Pts 10 4 2 22 8 10 1 27 6 10 3 15 6 12 2 14 West W. L.T. Pts 10 4 2 22 8 6 2 18 3 5 27 3 6 24 7 3 19 2 18 8 6 16 9 1 2 13 15 12 New York Philadelphia Boston Buffalo Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Notre DamevBound For the Cotton Bowl GB SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI>The Fighting Irish are Dallas- bound for a New Year's Day battle in the Cotton Bowl. But they don't know who they will be fighting. Ara Parseghian's boys bypassed a shot at Nebraska in the Orange Bowl and voted GB Sunday for a return trip to ••• Dallas to take on the Southwest \k Conference champ—Texas or 2/a Arkansas. 3 /2 The Longhorns have Invited 5/2 Arkansas to Austin Dec. 5 in a gridiron match that will determine which teams spends New Year's in Dallas. If Texas wins, the Cotton Bowl could be a rematch of last year's contest in which the Longhorns lassoed a touchdown in the final minute to hand Notre Dame a 21-17 defeat in its first post-season bowl game. •'It was not an easy decision," Parseghian said. "Both the Orange Bowl and the. Cotton Bowl are fine affairs. It was a great game a year ago, but of course our opponents are still unknown. The squad felt that regardless of the opposition it would be a great challenge." 'Notre Dame meets Southern California at Los Angeles Saturday tofinish out its regular season. The Irish won the Cotton Bowl bid with a 3-0 squeaker over Louisiana State Saturday to post their ninth victory in their undefeated season. Chicago 11 St. Louis 9 Minnesota 8 Philadelphia 8 8 Pittsburgh 5 Los Angeles 7 California 5 Sunday's Results New York 2 Minnesota 0 Boston 4 Pittsburgh 2 Detroit 4 Philadelphia 2 Chicago 9 California 0 Charge Steal of Lambert Trophy HANOVER, N.H. (UPI) Dartmouth Athletic Director Seaver Peters dismissed a challenge from Penn State Coach Joe Paterno Sunday as a grandstand ploy to try to steal the Lambert Trophy. Paterno suggested Saturday his team meet Dartmouth in a post-season game Dec. 5 to decide who is best in the East. The Lambert Cup is awarded after the football season as the symbol of Eastern football supremacy. "I don't, think our record merits it," said Peters." Anyway, NCAA regulations strictly prohibit post-season games. Paterson knows it's impossible; it's ridiculous, really. The NCAA wouldn't think of approving it. "It's just a grandstand ploy to try to steal the Lambert Trophy with a 7-3 record," Peters declared. Dartmouth is considered the front runner for the trophy with a 9-0 record and the Ivy League title. Penn State defeated Pitt, 35-15, Saturday to finish with a 73-mark. Ramsey Captures Hot Wheels Crown ONTARION Calif. (UPI)Rick Ramsey, 26, of Manhattan Beach, Calif., captured the top fuel eliminator championship in the finals of the.Hot Wheels National Hot Rod Association Supernationals at Ontario Motor Speedway Sunday. Ramsey defeated Gerry Glenn of Panorama City In 6.7 seconds and reached a top speed of 204.08 miles an hour. Glenn. had blown an engine as he won his semifinal heat and was forced to use a gas dragster engine, in the championship round which also blew up. ! Gene Snow, Fort Worth, Tex., won the funny car eliminator title with a mark of 7.48 seconds and 195.22 m.p.h. He defeated Larry Arnold, Memphis, Tenn., at 8.61 and 114.21 m.p.h. Don Cain, Kansas City, won the top gas eliminator title with a mark of 7.39 seconds and 187.89 m.p.h., defeating Ray Hadford, Mt. Lake Terrace, Wash., at 7.35 and 188.67. Ronnie Sox, Burlington, N.C., in a '70 Cuda won the pro stock eliminator class at 9.85 seconds and 139.96 m.p.h.. defeating Arlen Vanke, Akron, Ohio, In a •70 Plymouth at 9.88 and 138.46. Don Enriquez, Dana Point, Calif., won the competitior eliminator title at 7.33 seconds and 199.11 m.p.h., defeating Roy Rastetter, Hale Center, Tex., 8.48 and 162.74. Ray Allen, South Orange, N.J., won the super stock eliminator class in a '70 Chevy at 11.32 and 117.95. defeating Tom Crutchfield, Kokomo, Ind., in a '65 Cbevyat 11.12 seconds. Jim Stevens, Leona Valley, . Calif., won the modified eliminator at 10.41 seconds, defeating Sunshine Kaneshiro, Riverside, Calif., 9.53. Marv Ripes, Van Nuys, Calif., in a '57 Corvette, won the stock eliminator race in 13.01 and 78.87- m.p.h., defeating. Gary Glover, Northridge, Calif., in a '55 1 Chevy, no time or. speed recorded. . SQtJtRES TRIM PACERS* HAMPTON, Va. (UPI) - The Indiana Pacers bowed to Virginia Saturday night, 110-103, to conclude a six-game ABA road trip with a 4-2 record. • The Pace r s, idle until Wednesday when they clash with Virginia at Indianapolis, remained 2'/ 2 games behind Utah in the league's western division. A BJhnih 1 FAMILY NIGH? YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO SAVE FRIDAY, NOV 27,1970- 9RM.-12RM. PLEASE BRING THIS INVITATION TO RECEIVE YOUR BIG 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL MERCHANDISE PURCHASED OR PLACED IN LAYAWAY REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZE NAME- ADDRESS. CITY- Wishing you the happiest holidays ever! Just remember... if money will help you get the full enjoyment out of the holidays, call on us. We've been making holidays brighter for lots of folks since 1903. $100 to $5,000 or more LOCAL FINANCE _ CORPORATION 126 S. Main Street Phone 675-7419 James L. Sltler Mgr. : Loans from $1,001 to $7,500 by Local Finance Loans, Inc.

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