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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1970 Tipton Hosts Burris i coNege Bos^n Marion This Weekend INJUN-EER - By Alan Ma\ By JOE CARNICELU UPI Sports Writer UCLA proved last season ranked ninth in preseason, balloting, 81-78, and Georgia Tech coasted to a 91-77 victory could win an NCAA title even^-over Southern Methodist. . Bob Richardson, Tipton Blue Devils 6 foot pivotman, suffered a severe ankle sprain in practice a few days ago and only in Wednesday's practice did be go through drills or light scrimmage. Coach John Moses has been deeply concerned about Richardson's condition with two big home ball games on the weekend menu. Burris of Muncie calls on the Satans this Friday night in a CIC game and the Owls have four seniors and one junior operating in the starting slots. Howard Blood, 6'6" junior center, answers the starting bell with seniors Mike Johnson, 6', Charles Wright, 6', Pacers Lose To Memphis 106-100 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Memphis hit seven straight free throws in the final 1:41 Wednesday night to preserve a 106-100 American Basketball Association victory over the Indiana Pacers. The Pros overcame a seven- point Pacer lead in the final period to pull out the victory. Indiana led, 82-75, with 9:19 re^ maining, but Memphis charged back and went ahead, 92-90, on a layup by Steve Jones. It was 99-98, Memphis, with 1:41 to play, and the Pros got the next, seven markers on free throws, two by Gerald Govan, four by Jimmie Jones and one by Steve Jones. Steve Jones hit 24 points to lead Memphis and Jimmie Jones got 21. Craig Raymond had 17, Wendell Ladner 14 and Govan 13. Bob Netolicky and Freddie Lewis shared high-point honors Shannon Kennedy, 6*1", and Jerry Collins, 5'10'.\ Stan NeaL former Noblesville High School star, is the new Burris coach. Burris defeated Dunkirk, but has lost three and they were to Muncie Central, Yorktown and Shenandoah. Coach Moses will if possible start Richardson, but has Mike Jackson as a ready replacement. At forwards will be Tim Clouser and Jim York. Guards will be Jeff Juday and Bill Sullivan. Moses said these young men were healthy as of Wednesday evening. Tipton hosts the Marion Giants Saturday night and even though this may be one Of the Giants down years, they are never pushovers. Tri-Central Hosts Tay /or, Bennett SHARPSVTLLE —Twobigbas- ketball g?mes await the Tri- Central Trojans this weekend. First the tough Taylor Titans get their first peek at the shiny new Tri-Central gym, Friday night and then Marion ^Bennett visits the Trojans on Saturday night. Both squads will try to unseat the Trojans from their "High Flying Horse" after five straight roundball wins, following four Trojan football victories. Coach John. Harding said a few bruises still affects some of his proteges, but he hopes to start Jeff Modisett, Jim Martin, Rick Cyphers, Dave Harding and Steve Vandiver. without a seven-footer. Friday night the Bruins open their quest for an astonishing fifth straight national title. UCLA opens its 1970-71 season at Pauley Pavilion against Baylor with virtually the same unit that, swept through the NCAA tournament last season with victories over Long Beach State, Utah State, New Mexico State and ultimately Jacksonville in the fials at College Park, Md. Only guard -John Yallely is gone from last season's starting team. Back are Sidney Wicks and Curtis Rowe, the talented forwards, Steve Patterson at center and guard Henry Bibby. Dynasty Began In 1963 UCLA has won the NCAA title six of the last seven years, missing out only in 1966 when Texas Western captured the championship. The Bruins took national laurels in 1967-68-69 behind star center Lew Alcindor, but last season's title may have coach proved he could do it even without the seven-foot center. Baylor, which finished 15-9 last season, relies on 6-5 William Chatmon, the No. 3 scorer in the Southwest Conference last season with a 20.7 average, for its offensive punch. Few of the top teams were in action Wednesday night. Marquette, ranked fifth in the preseason ratings, waltzed past St. John's (Minn.), 87-58 and seventh - ranked. Pennsylvania smashed Rutgers 85-71. West Texas State stunned Utah State, Hockey By United Press International Springfield East: W. L. T. Pts GF GA Quebec for the Pacers, each bagging 22 Providence - • . Montreal Points. 10 , 5 4 24 72 63 Warm-hearted giving for Warm-wearing GIVE FALVEY'S JACKETS Wool Tweeds Corduroy & Foplin are BIG FASHION. FALVEYS have a fine selection for your CHRISTMAS Giftingi from 27 OPEN EVENINGS TIL CHRISTMAS OPEN 12 to 5 SUNDAYS Baltimore Cleveland Air Force Loses Oregon swamped Portland 7654 and Colorado walloped the Air Force Academy, 84-66. Dean Meminger scored 16 of his 19 points in the first half and Gary Brell turned in a 21- poirit performance as Marquette rolled past St. John's (Minn.). Sophomore Jim Chones, a 6-foot-ll center, also had 19 points for Marquette. Bob Morse and Steve Bilsky ~ combined for 53 points in Perm's triumph over Rutgers. Morse hit 19 of his 27 in the first half as Perm hit 56.8 per cent of its shots. Roy Golson, a 6-3 junior college transfer, scored 30 points as West Texas Shate upset Utah State. West Texas nit 57 per cent of its shots in thesecond half to fashion the upset. Rich Yunkus scored 30 points to lift Georgia Tech over SMU and Stan Love had 20 to pace Oregon over Portland. Cliff Meely's 2~5 points helped been "the sweetest for Colorado rout Air Force. Johnny Wooden, who ' In other games Wednesday . night, St. Bcnaventure trounced Detroit College 104-73, Fordham downed Yale 74-56, Temple beat Navy 64-57 and Virginia Tech . defeated William and Mary 88*. . 78. Hinkle Honor Plaque GREENCASTLE, Ind. (UPI) ' — Creation of the Tony Hinkle Honor Plaque, named for the >• retired veteran Butler coach* •'• and athletic director, was an* ' nounced today by the Indiana Collegiate Conference. . The plaque will go annually to a collegian selected as the ' outstanding scholar-athlete in the ICC. The award will be granted for the first time next May. \ ICC commissioner Jim Hinga • described it as the highest honor the conference can bestow on a student in ICC competition. ; jpppopp//ir£ T ///trr//£ f/KZT r&/>? TO QW£/fy 4 f ft /A 77 //tr 57J/?7£P TA<£ M/OCS 2a*/rf£$5, Ttf£ /9C/ #O9£&0W <$4At£. Sports Parade AH MS ££D #0S £0O»& GM£ S/tfCZ 5£ T/ty/rfOfOR of/cy w/ //a? worn? Mto 0£ m f /pzrmrcpy. „ tf£ PMy£D TWO CM f£/A!$ TV/IT T//£P£. Distributed by Kitty Fcnturrv Symlicitr PRO BASKETBALL 9 12 1 19 73 85 8 11 3 19 68 82 6 14 4 16 70 87 West W. L. T. Pts GF GA 13 6 2 28 80 56 Hershey Rochester 82 60 50 12 7 2 26 8 10 3 19 7 8 3 17 Wednesday's Results Baltimore 8 Montreal 3 Cleveland 4 Quebec 2 Thursday's Games (No games scheduled) NHL Standings By United Press International East W. L. T. Pts GF GA New York 5 4 32 72 5 4 32 98 8 4 26 77 14 Boston 14 Montreal 11 Vancouver 10 Detroit ,8 Toronto 7 Buffalo. 4 13 11 15 13 23 19 15 12 77 68 73 39 (Continued on page 5) 62 A committee of faculty repl- 61 resentatives, plus Hinga, will 59 make the final decision. Students from Indiana Central and Wabash, the league's newest members, will become eligible for the award possibly as early as next year, officials said, depending on how soon something approaching full scheduling can be attained. Hinkle, who joined Butler's athletic staff in the 1920s, .50 eventually became head coach. 60 in baseball, football and basket- 60 ball, in addition to his duties as . athletic director. ' . 91 During his 20-year association 77' with the ICC, Hinkle's teams 83 won or tied for nine football 75 titles, one baseball co-championship, and seven basketball crowns. BUY THIS NEW 1971 HANDCRAFTED 19'compact color tv FOR JUST 95 Thr DAVISSON • B4025W Compact-size cabinet in grained Kashmir Walnut color. 5" x 3" Zenith (Duality . Twin-Cone Speaker, AND GET THIS f PBB '16« carr E HINKLE TV SERVICE 128 North Main Dial 675-6031 The'Bosto Celbics may have rebuilt a lot quicker than most people expected. The Celtics, who finished out of the National Basketball Association playoffs last season . for the first time in over a decade, went heavily to youth this season in an effort to rebuild their collapsed dynasty. Boston seems to have put together a firm foundation. The Celtics capitalized on free throws in the last 10 seconds by John Havlicek and Don Chaney to beat the Los Angeles Lakers .114-111 for their sixth consecutive victory. The triumph left the Celtics with a 15-10 mark this season in second place in the NBA East, four games behind New York. Other Games In the only other NBA action Wednesday night, Detroit romped past New York 101-82, Phoenix ripped Atlanta 126-102 and Seattle downed Cincinnati 119-111. Boston led 111-109 when Havlicek was intentionally fouled and converted a free throw. Jerry West's basket cut the Celtics' lead to 112-111 and Chaney tossed in a pair of foul shots after being fouled with three seconds remaining. Havlicek had 26 points to lead Boston and rookie Dave Cowens had 24. Wilt Chamberlain's 29 points were high for Los Angeles. Kni'cks' Power Quelled Dave Bing scored 29 points and Detroit's defense limited the Knlcks to their lowest output of the season in the Pistons' victory over New York. Jimmy Wulker had 22 points for )he Pistons, who snapped a six-game. New York winning streak. . - Connie Hawkins scored bis season high 32 points to pace Phoenix mver the Hawks. Clem Haskins had 23 points and Dick Van Arsdale 21 for the Suns while Lou Hudson's 19'Were ; tops for the Hawks. Don Kojis scored 30 points as Seattle overcame a 25-point Cincinnati lead to beat the Royals. The Royals led 66-41 at halftime before Kojis sparked a 40-point third quarter that rallied the SuperSonics. Total firepower may be the reason for the Kentucky Colonels' success in the American Basketball Association. The Colonels, who boast the best record inthe ABA—18-6— turned in a tremendous team effort Wednesday night to defeat the Pittsburgh Condors 139-127. Darel Carrier and Cincy Powell each had 24 points and Louis Dampier and Jim Ligon had 23 apiece to spark the Kentucky attack. -Rookie Dan Isse— the fifth starter—had 18 points. In the only other ABA action, the Utah Stars beat the Girginia Squires 122-115 and the Memphis Pros downed the Indiana Pacers 106-100. Zelmo Beaty scored 35 points and Red Robbins had 25 as Utah maintained its 2V2 -game lead in the Western Division. Bsaty, the 6-foot-9 center, also broke his own team rebounding record with 28. Rookie Charlie Scott was high man for Virginia with 29 points. Two of Memphis' three "Jones Boys"—Sheve and Jim mie— combined for 45 points to give the Pros their victory over Indiana. Steve had 24 and Jiramis 21 as the teams .went into a virtual tie for second place in the . West. Bob' Netolicky's 22 points paced the Indiana attack. By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer . LOS ANGELES (UPI}- There was so much rain around here lately one guy at the baseball meetings came up with the suggestion a reward be posted for the return of the sun. Ernie Banks arrived. He showed up here the same way he does everywhere. All smiles. "Why not?" asked the Cubs' indefatigable Mr. Effervescence, who's an aquarian along with it, and will be 40 next month. "So what if it's been raining a few days? I never use the weather as a crutch. What for? Life is too beautiful for that." He's For Real There are some people who blieve Ernie Banks is one great big put-on. They get you off in a corner of the room and tell you nobody can be that happy. Not all the time, anyway. The people who try to'sell you that simply don't know Ernie Banks. "How do you stay so happy all the time?" a guy here at the meetings asked him. "It's not really that hard," Banks ansered him. "I don't work at being happy. It's just...well, I look at baseball and all sports as fun. Don't you?" People still ask you how long you're gonna keep playing?" "Yes, they do," said Banks. "What do you tell 'em?" "I say I'm gonna keep • playing as long as I can be of some help to bhe club. I know it sounds corny but that doesn't matter." "Life Begins At 40" "Don't you think you're slowing up?" "No. I'm just beginning to pick up. I'll be 40 January 31st and I believe life begins at 40." "Would you like to manage when you finish playing?" "Well, maybe. I suppose maybe I'd like to. Not to prove anything, though. Managing Isn't a matter of life or death with me." "What brings you to these meetings?" "These are the first I've ever been to. It just kinda happened. My in-laws live here, so my wife, the chifdren and I came out to see them for Thanksgiving. Then I was asked to come over here because I'm up for one of the awards." The award Ernie Banks talked about will be presented at a special dinner tonight. It is an award bestowed upon the player who best typifies the game on and off the field. In addition to Banks, the other candidates are Felipe Alou, Harmon K i 11 e b r e w, Willie Mays, Brooks Robinson and Pete Rose. Each would be an ideal choice but with Ernie Banks' track record he'll probably just miss and the award will go to somebody else. Nobody will ever be able to tell the difference if he doesn't get that award. Ernie Banks win be right there applauding the winner the same way he always does. All smiles. Isaac 1970 NASCAR Champ CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI)- NASCAR announced Wednesday that Bobby Isaac, who was raised in poverty in Catawba, N.C., should realize well over $200,000 from his stock car racing activities this year. The racing, organization said Isaac will get $93,179 as a result of winning its 1970 Grand National championship, determined by points scored by finishes in races during the season. . Isaac won $121,470 in prize money in the 47 races he entered this year. More money is expected to come ttrough residuals the driver will be receiving next year as a result of his championship. AUTO LAW AND ORDER LONDON (UPI)— Criminals who use a car to commit a crime will have their licenses automatically suspended under a new law to be introduced by the government. The rule will take effect even if the criminal breaks no traffic laws. mmmmm»jmm.mmmmmmm Shepherd, Ehret Lead Butler Win Billy Shepherd sank two free throws with 16 seconds left Wednesday nigtt to give Butler a 99 to 97 college basketball triumph over Virginia Commonwealth. The host Bulldogs, who lost their season opener at Illinois Tuesday night, had to overcome a 54-52 halftime deficit as Shep-. herd, Kent Ehret and Oscar Evans combined to score 91 cf their team's 99 points. Ehret wound up with 39 points, Shepherd with 31 and Evans with 21. Greg McDonald topped the Virginia team with 27. Ball State pulled away in the first half and went on to score an 86-75 triumph over Wisconsin State of Whitewater. Hope Admires Ike's Golf NEW YORK (UPI)— Bob Hope stood admiring the huge photo of a widely-grinning Dwight D. Eisenhower that stood to the right of the speaker's dias. "It looks like he just got off a beautiful 15-foot downhill putt and it's sliding right into the cup," the 66-year-o'd comedian said. Hope was on hand Wednesday to help launch golf's tribute to Ike,.a $25 million fund-raising campaign to help finance the completion of the Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Desert, Calif, and Eisenhower College in Ssneca Falls, N.Y. Both projects were begun before the death of the former president in 1969. The entertainer also donated an 80-acre site for the medical center. "The project,. intended to reach the nation's 10 million golfers, is under the cosponsor- ship of the United States GolfAssociation and the Professional Golfers Association. The 10-month drive will solicit contributions from members of private and municipal golf clubs throughout the country. The campaign will end Oct. 14, 1971, - Eisenhower's birthdate. Johnson Fourth ARKON, Ohio UPI - Don Johnson, Akron, Ohio, and formerly of Kokomo, Ind., finished fourth in earnings of the Professional Bowlers Association tour this year. FREE! for any or 3 LETTERS FROM GIRL —SANTA 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 FREEI STOP IN AT FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY I "Your Friendly Bank" Tipton, Ind. j ATTENTION HOME OWNERS FIVE HOMES In Tipton County U.S. STEEL-ALSiDE Subsidery of U.S. Steel NOW HAS PERMANENT Super - Steel - Siding SO%SLM " LL N0WI 675-2691 OFFER ENDS DECEMBER 15th INSTALLED BY LOCAL DEALER JACK HALL »°.N-^»n-Tipton

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