The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 5, 1970 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 5, 1970
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Page 6 HH THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Frankton 97-79 Pro Basketball By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Assist by Jeff Eller ARCADIA — Hamilton Heights Coacb Dean Small turned bis sleek chargers loose in the first quarter on visiting Frankton to the tune of 26-14 and then coasted to a 97-79 win here Friday night. This gives Coach Small and his Huskies two wins and a one loss for the season. Rick McCoskey and Don Morgan started fast for the.Husk­ ies and before the firing was over McCoskey had 18 field goals and 12 foul tosses for a total of 48 points. Just 10 days ago he had 54 to better the Kent Carson School record of 52. Morgan finished with 17 tallies and Jeff Mosbaugh had 13. Mark Hundley 6'9" Huskie Center, Jim Simpson, Dale Meyerrose and Bill Osborne were cheerful givers on assists and defensive work Ron Wright and Jerry Alexander kept the Frankton Eagles looking respectable with 23 and 19 points respectively. Sheridan's Blackhawks call on the Huskies tonight (Saturday) .in a Hamilton County squabble •in a game that might provide the answer to the strength of area teams^. TO KNOW WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES Pay By CHECK FRANKTON EAGLES Cauble 1 0 1 2 Alexander 9 14 19 Epperly 3 4 2 10 Hendricks 2 12 5 Tucker 10 4 2 Ortwein 3 10 7 Paddock 10 0 2 Wright 9 5 2 23 Truex 17 2 9 TOTALS 30 19 16 79 HAMILTON HEIGHTS Simpson 2 13 5 Meyerrose 2 0 2 4 Mosbaugh 6 14 13 Hundley 4 0 2 8 Osborne 1 0 3 2 McCoskey 1812 3 48 Morgan 7 3 2 17 TOTALS 40 17 18 97 Frankton 14 39 61 79 Hamilton Hts. 26 55 72 97 Hospital News DECEMBER 4, FRIDAY ADMISSIONS: Eva M. Britt, Tipton; Melburn W. Booher, Jr., Tipton; Catherine Coats, Tipton; Beth Boes, Tipton; Dora L. Miller, Sharpsville; Sharon E. Nichols, Cicero; Rebecca O. Plumlee, Atlanta; Geneva M. Deppen, Tipton; Connie S. Lambert, Atlanta; Lori L. York, Atlanta; Glen Chadwell, Tipton; Sandra Plake, Tipton; Gean A. Booher, Tipton; Glenola N. Martin, Ko- Headquarters For [PRINCESS (JLMIDNKIV REGISTRAR' BILLFOLDS EXCITING-DESIGNS! km RICH LEATHERS! J 1 ^ FASHION COLORS! $5.00 Earl G. Rhodes Jeweler INDIANAPOLIS ( U P I ) Bob Netolicky and Mel Daniels sparked the Indiana Pacers to a 150-116 American Basketball Association rout of Carolina Friday night In the Pacers' top offensive performance of the season. Netolicky poured in 37 points, hitting 17 of 22 shots from the field, and Daniels, who hit 12 of 17, finished with 31. The Pacers rolled into a 144 lead at the start of the game, and kept building the spread. It was 45-21 at the first stop, 75-54 at the half and 120-77 after three. Indiana as a team hit 60 of 109 field goal attempts. Warren Armstrong, who hit four long -range three-point goals, finished with 24 points and Billy Keller added 20. Joe Caldwell topped the Cougars with 23 points and George Peeples added 21. Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB New York 21 9 .700 .... Boston 16 10 .615 3 Philadelphia 15 14 .517 5% Buffalo • 8 17 .320 10V 2 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 15 12 .556 ... Cincinnati 9 14 .391 4 Atlanta 6-18 .250 7V 2 komo. DISMISSALS: Alan Lambert, Cicero; Regina Morris and infant, Tipton; Pearl Woods, Sharpsville; Robert Beck, Tipton; John Shivsly, Arcadia; Mariam Crockett,. Galveston; Jennifer Schrveder, Greentown; Kathleen King, Kokomo; Betty Arnett, Tip- • ton; Raymond M. Rench, Tipton; Virgil Teusher, Tipton. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. David Britt, P.O. Box 221, Tipton, a boy born December 3, 1970 at. 5:42 p.m. Cleveland 1 27 .036 14V 2 - Midwest Division ' W. L. Pet. GB Milwaukee 20 3 .870 ... Detroit 18 10 .643 4V 2 Phoenix 16 12 .571 6V 2 Chicago 13 10 .565 7 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. GB 14 15 15 13 9 9 11 13 15 20 .609 .577 .536 .464 .310 iy 2 3V 2 8 FOSTER FURNITURE lain St., Tipton Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego Seattle Portland Friday's Results Baltimore 131 Seattle 116 Detroit 107 Chicago 103 Buffalo 97 New York 91 Boston 118 Cleveland 107 Milw 128 Phila 122, ot Los Ang 123 San Fran 101 Phoenix 126 Portland 121 (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati Buffalo at New York Seattle at Atlanta Seattle at Atlanta Boston at Chicago Los Angeles at San Diego Phoenix vs. San Francisco At Oakland (Only games scheduled) ABA Standings By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB Kentucky 18 7 .720 ... Virginia 14 10 .583 3V 2 New York 12 11 .522 .5 Floridians 11 14 .440 7 Pittsburgh 11 16 .407 »8 Carolina 8 16 .333 9'/ 2 West W. L. Pet. GB Utah. 17 7 .708 ... Indiana 15 10 .600 2'/ 2 Memphis = -13 11 .542 4 Denver 8 16 .333 9 Texas 7 16 .304 9V 2 Friday's Results Indiana 150 Carolina 116 New York 115 Floridians 110 Pittsburgh 117 Memphis 111 Texas 141 Denver 134 Utah 129 Kentucky 128, ot Saturday's Games Pittsburgh vs. Virginia At Richmond, Va. • * U.S. Postal Box (Continued from page one) Teter indicated that the force of the impact must have caused considerable damage to the fender of the car involved, and should be easily identified. . He also indicated that the person involved should report the damage to the sheriff as the incident involves government property. PRO FOOTBALL By VITO STELLINO York Jets, and Kansas City UPI Sports Writer Chiefs and the San Francisco Remember the name of Forty Niners and Lamonica is Oakland's "other" quarter- going to have some big games back? for the Raiders to survive. , Yeah, that guy named Daryle The Raiders and Kansas City Lamonica. are tied for first place in the A year ago he was the fastest AFC West with 6-3-2 marks. If gun in jthe West, throwing the Raiders don't win the top SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1970 'obituaries touchdownboihbs at a near- record rate while winning the league MVP honors. This season he's just the guy who starts and sets the stage until it's time for 43-year-old George Blanda to come in and add another chapter to the legendary story he's writing this season. spot, they'll have to beat out Miami-which is 7-4 in the AFC East—for the best second-place record and a spot in the playoffs. The 13-game weekend schedule started - today with the Minnesota-Chicago game and includes 11 games on Sunday. Besides the Jet-Raider game. But with just three games St. Louis is at Detroit, Denver remaining on the schedule, the is at Kansas City, Cincinnati is Raiders can't keep hoping to get by only - on Blanda miracle finishes. They play the New Sunday BB Three games are scheduled to be played Sunday at the Tipton National Guard Armory beginning at 6 p.m. The trio of games have been set back from afternoon action this week because of National Guard schedules. .Fans are urged to attend the sessions to see the three point shot from back of the 24 foot line called the "Home Run" and also the use of the red, white and blue Pacer basketball. 1 we could help " Bomb Explodes (Continued from page one) told police he was knocked down by the force of the blast as he walked hear the scene. The bomb, believed to have been made of dynamite, was attached to the cab axle assembly of a truck belonging to the Shuttleworth Construction Co., Eaton. Authorities tteorized labor trouble might be behind the bombing. They said the firm employs non-union labor, and had been picketed earlierPthis year. Owner Marvin Shuttleworth told police he had received threats recently. After the explosion, his home was checked for explosive devices but nothing was found by Delaware County .sheriffs deputies. Parts of the truck were, blown through a trailer. A window in. King's Food Host Restaurant under construction nearby was shattered. Firemen reported finding fragments of metal from the truck 600 feet away. Shoppers in other parts of the mall already completed heard and felt the explosion but none was injured. TRUCK LOAD at San Diego, Washington is at Dallas, Buffalo is at the New York Giants, New Orleans is at Los Angeles, Boston is at Miami, ' Atlanta is at San Francisco, Philadelphia is at Baltimore and Green Bay is at Pittsburgh. In the Monday night TV game, Cleveland is at Houston. NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE CONTINUATION MEETING . FOR THE TURKEY CREEK OPEN DRAIN To Wtwm. It May Concern: Toe maintenance report of the County Engineer and schedule of assessments made by the' Draioage Board for the-Turkey Creek Open ' Drain have been filed and are available in the office .of the County Engineer. - A continuation meeting wilt be held before the Tipton County Drainage Board onthesctte- dule of assessments .on December 17, 1970 at . 9:00 a.m. in the Commissioner's Room of the Tipton County Courthouse. Tipton County Drainage Board . Donald F. Lord, Secretary December 4,1970 Edith Hawkins Rites Tuesday „| Mrs. Edith D. Hawkins, 77,307 South Main street, Kempton, died at 3:10 a.m. today at her home, funeral services. will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at McMullan-Rude funeral Home with Rev. H. L. Potter officiating. Burial will be at the Kempton Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday at McMullan-Rude Funeral Home. j The deceased was born September 15, 1893, in Kempton, the daughter of Robert MofeAlderson and Lily (Bozell) Alderson. Both parents are deceased. She was married April 11, 1914 to Elva Hawkins who survives. She was a member of Kempton Christian Church. I Surviving with the widower are four sons, Robert, route 1, Kempton; Von of Kempton; Ralph of route 3 and Jim - of Evansville. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Don (Wanita) Orr, route I, and Mrs. Ralph (Max- ihe) Godwin of Washington, Ind. j Two brothers, Ray Alderson of Kempton and Dewey Alderson of route 1, Sharpsville, 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren also survive. Kinsella Finalist For Sullivan Award SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - An Indiana . University freshman swimmer was listed Friday among the 10 finalists considered for the 1970 Sullivan Award, the honor going to the country's outstanding amateur athlete. John Kinsella, an 18-year-old student from Oak Brook, 111., holds the world record in the 400 and 800 meter freestyle and was a triple winner in the Amateur Athletic Union's short- course championships. Other finalists included women swimmers Susie Atwood, Alice Jones and Barbara Trantina. Also named were weightlifter Robert Bednarski, sprinter Iris Davis, walker Ron Laird, figure skater John Petkevich, golfer Lanny Wadkins and wrestler Wayne Wells. World decathlon record holder Bill Toomey won the award, presented by the AAU, last year and swimmer Debbie-Meyers took the award in 1968. Balloting is done by nearly 1,000 sports writers, broadcasters, AAU officials and other sports expert's. 0 675-4300 IJuuva ILJII.UJII.JU1I1IJIIJUIIU1I COMPLETES TRAINING j GROSSINGER, N.Y. (UPP Oscar- Bonavena sparred three rounds Friday as he completed training for the 15-round heavyweight-' bout with Cassius •Clay next Monday night in Madison Square Garden. .. NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS FOR THE RAY HENDERSON TILE DRAIN. To Whom It May Coicern: The maintenance report of the County Engineer and schedule of assessments made by the Drainage Board for the Ray D. Henderson Tile Drain bare been filed and are available in the office of the County Engineer. ! A bearing will be held before the Tipton County Drainage Board on the schedule of assessments on December 17, 1970 at 10:00 a,ra. in the Commissioner's Room of the Tipton County Courthouse. Tipton County Drainage Board ' Donald F. lard. Secretary December 4, 1970 . NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MAINTENANCE FUNDS FOR THE HARPER-PRICE-KEMP TILE DRAIN . To Whom It May Concern: The maintenance report of the County Engineer and schedule of assessments made by the Drainage Board for the Harper-Price-Kemp ' file Drain bare been filed and are available In the office of the County Engineer. A bearing will be held before the Tipton County Drainage Board on the schedule of assessments on December 17, 1970 at 11:00 a.m. in- the Commissioner's Room of the Tipton County Courtttouse.- . Tipton County Drainage Board • Donald F. Lord, Secretary December 4,1970 FARMER?^ ENDS TONIGHT • ;TBiiu *f2rtfl .FABIAN FORTE- rmvm KT novo at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. 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