The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 8, 1970 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 8, 1970
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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1970 LEAGUE Y STANDINGS Ali Needs 15 Rounds To TKO Bonavena MONDAY NIGHT MENS MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE Team Standings Dextrex Chemicals 82-30 . Suburban Lanes - 70-42 Farmers Loan & Trust Co. \ 62-50 Hi-Ho Bar 60-52 Plake's Floor Covering 60-52. Moose Lodge 60-52 Co-op Service Center 58-54 Manufacturers Life Ins 56-56 McGraw's _ 55-57 Westside Tavern 48-64 Team #5 ' - 39-73 Hawkins & Son Cable 34-78 TEAM & HIGH INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Farmers Loan & Trust Co. (K. Altherr 569) over Team #5 (B. Morrisett 562) 6-2. v Westside Tavern (H. Pitts 573) over Suburban Lanes (B^piake 518) 8-0. Plake Floor Covering (L. Leininger 574) over Hawkins & Son Cable (S. Eltzroth 516) 8-0. Slim's Hi-Ho Bar (J. Orr 532) over McGraw's (S. Walz467) 8-0. | • " Moose Lodge (B. Mahaney 548) over Manufacturers Life Ins. (J. Beeson 55J4) 6-2. ' Dextrex Chemicals (V. E.. Witham 554) over Co-op Service Center (B, Robinson 506) 8-0. Luther Leininger rolled 574 for the high 3 game series. Harold Pitts rolled 573 for the 2nd high 3 game series. Harold Pitts rolled 223 for the high single game. Luther Leininger, Steve Eltzroth and V. El Witham each rolled 216 for the 2nd high single game. NEW YORK (UPI) -Cassius Clay was hardly out of the ring after his 15th-round technical knockout of Oscar BOnavena, but now Joe Frazier was on his mind. "I'm sore, tired and I don't want to light no more," said Clay, who was gored and butted by Bonavena before finally ending the evening's frustration with three knockdowns in the last round for a technical knockout with just 57 seconds left. But then Yank Durham, the manager of Frazier, who won the heavyweight title after Clay was stripped of the crown and banned, from boxing in 1967 stuck his head in the room. Frazier and Clay will meet here in February. "Joe says you'll go in six," Durham said. "I'm done with all that predicting myself," the 28-year- old Cpay replied," but I'll have some words for him later." The Bull Gores For nearly the entire fight, the bull from Argentina had gored and butted away at Clay, a matador in red-tasseled dancing shoes. Bonavena's headlong charge across the ring and wild low blow at the opening bell let Clay know exactly what was going to be in store for him. The referee, Mark Conn, frowned on Bona vena's tactics early, however, and took that first round away from him. In the eighth, zclay's stabbing left finally drew blood from Bonavena's nose, lifting the deposed champion's hope; that he could make his prediction for a ninth-round knockout come true. From the start of the ninth. Clay, who had an eight-pound advantage at 212, came down off his toes and went for the knockout, and he wound up Gilmore's Forty Leads Dolphins By United Press International then staged a second-half rally Artis Gilmore's point-a-min- to defeat West Virginia, 106-100. ute scoring will be remembered The Wildcats, still ahead by 11 when he begins dickering to at halftime, 63-52, lost the lead enter the millionaire pro class in the first five minutes of the that includes Lew Alcindor, Bob second half when they commit- Lanier and Pete Maravich. ted six turnovers. A six-point The 7-2 Gilmore brought .burst, however, put Kentucky fourth-ranked Jacksonville to back in front for good. Tom life in the second half Monday Parker led the Wildcats with 24 night as the Dolphins swamped points and Kent Hollenbeck " added 23. Wil Robinson netted 29 'for the losing Mountaineers. Ohio State, seeking to regain its former national prominence, ripped Alabama, 74-58, in an inter sectional contest. Allan Hornyak led the Buckeye attack is . collected 29 rebounds in the with 23 points, including some Texas Voted No. 1 id Team for 1970 George Washington, 110-85. Three quick layups by the All- America candidate enabled Jacksonville to draw away from a slim 63-61 lead with 14:15 remaining. Gilmore scored 40 points and opening round of the Sunshine Basketball Classic. Te Dolphins take on 16th ranked Florida State tonight in the finale. The Seminoles ripped Southecn Mississippi, 117-84, behind sophomore Ron King's 30 points. Third-ranked Kentucky frittered away a 17-point lead and Browns Prep for Dallas After Beating Houston Leahy, DiNardo In Grid Hall NEW YORK (UPI) - Larry DiNardo, Notre Dame lineman, and former Irish coach Frank Leahy were honored Monday by the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. DiNardo j was among 13 players named as "scholar-athletes" by the foundation. He was cited for his play last season as well as earning a near-A average in the classroom. Hs will receive the a $500 post-graduate grant for all his honor.! Theismann Talks Cotton Bow/ LAS VEGAS (UPI)-A honeymooning Joe Theismann took the time out to talk football at the Dunes Hotel here Monday. The Notre Dame quarterback said he feels the Irish can redeem its one-loss regular season on New Year's Day with a victory over top-ranked Texas in the Cotton Bowl. Theismann offered no excuses for Notre Dame's 38-28 loss to Southern California on Nov. 26. He added that the Trojans were By DARRELL MACK UPI Sports Writer HOUSTON (UPI) -The Cleveland Browns are so determined to beat cross-state rival Cincinnati for the AFC's Central Division crown they passed up a day off this week and returned to work at noon today to begin preparing for- Saturday's game with the Dallas Cowboys. The players decided to skip the day of rest during a quick meeting in the locker room of the Astrodome Monday - night after beating the Houston Oilers, 21-10. That put the Browns in a first-place tie with Coach Paul Brown's Bengals, each with 6-6 records with only two games to go. right to stop Dawkins as he headed for left end. "It's just a matter of sheer luck," Houston said. "If we slant the wrong way, it's a touchdown." 'Individually, Ron Snidow, a second team defensive end, was the star of the stand. He moved inside the blockers to stop Dawkins the first time and then raced over to help linebacker Billy Andrews and end Jack Gregory stop him the second time. Then the Browns drove 99 and two-thirds yards to score and go ahead 7-3 with eight seconds remaining in th first half. The key play in the drive was a third-down-and-seven danger. Nelsen Throws 26 Yards The next test as a thrrd-and- eight situation on the Brown 38 and quarterback Bill Nelsen threw 26 yards to wide receiver Fair Hooker to put the ball on the Hmuston 36. long-range marksmanship from the floor. In other top games, Duke mauled Michigan, 95-74; Oregon State tripped Utah, 91-75; Duquesne beat American university, 81 - 70; Colorado dropped Texas-El Paso, 78-68; Purdue coasted to a 90-74 victory over Texas Christian and Houston nipped the Univer- .(Continued on page six) Shoots Attacker PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - A man, armed with a "small sword," was shot to death Monday night at the Spectrum where the Cassius Clay-Oscar Bonavena bout was telecast NEW YORK (UPky-The national football championship will remain in Texas for another year. The United Press International Board of Coaches assured that Monday when it overwhelmingly voted Texas the national champion for 1970. Darrell Royul's Longhorns, a mighty offensive machine that climaxed a. perfect 10-0 season with a 42-7 rout of Ackansas Saturday, was listed first on 25 of the 33 ballots cast Monday by the 35-member board. Texas finished with 321 points, easily outdistancing second-place Ohio State (284) and No. 3 Nebraska (274). UPPs ratings are based on regular season competition only and do not include post-season competition. Tennessee finished fourth in the final balloting, followed by Notre Dame, Louisiana State, Michigan, Arizona Shate, Au­ burn and Stanford to complete the top 10. Five coaches from each of .the seven geographical areas of the nation comprise the UPI ratings board. Each week they select the top 10 college teams in the nation with points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis on votes from first through 10th. PHILLIES INFIELDER PHILADELPHIA. (UPI) The Philadelphia Phillies announced the signing of infietder Steve Giberson, 17, from Lancaster, Pa. SUFFERS FRACTURE SAN FRANCISCO (UPI^Guard Jeff Mullins of the Sun Francisco Warriors of the. National Basketball Association has suffered a fractured cheekbone but may be able to play in tonight's game against Chicago. Seven plays later, Nelsen hit from New York City veteran Gary Collins for a one- yard touchdown pass. The other Bcown touchdowns were a two- yard run by Bo Scott in the third quarter and a one-yard run by Kelly in the fourth period. The Oilers' only points came Captain Alex Sikora said the victim was shot to death by an off-duty police officer. The victim carried "a small. sword about 12 inches long" and was shot as he tried to attack the officer, Sikora said. The * shooting occurred in a on a 43-yard first-quarter field rear level concourse of the Leahy was selected as one of nine inductees into the Hall of Fame. He was chosen for his achievements as coach for Notre Dame and also Boston College, j TRIBUNE CARRIERS WANTED Browns said he planned to give the players the day off, "but they insisted they wanted to come back and decided to meet at noon." Collier said the Browns' goal- line stand in the second quarter best team the Irish faced was the turning point of the season ' and that probably game. Trailing 3-0, the Browns stopped the Oilers'. Joe Dawkins twice inside the one-yard line midway through the second- period. A Matter of Luck Tackle Jim Houston, who calls defensive plays for the Browns, said th line slanted the correct way both times, first to the left to stop Dawkins going off right tackle and then to the draw play from their own 4 Coach Bwanton Cmllier of the wnen Leroy Kelly broke for 32 yards to put the ball out of goal by Roy Gerela and a 9- yard touchdown pass " from Jerry Rhome to Jim Beirne with 1:52 to go in the game. The loss dropped hhe Oilers to .3-8-1 and mathematically eliminated them from contention in the Central Division. multi-million dollar South Phi ladelphia sports facility. Sikora said the off-duty officer fired one shot. • • The victim was taken to Methodist Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:25 p.m. UCLA After No. 5 NCAA Net Title the muddy field and the loss of all-America Larry DiNardo also might have hurt Notre Dame. Theismann said he was not disappointed in finishing second to Stanford's Jim Plunkett in the Heismann voting and that he got a "bigger prize last Saturday." He was referring to his marriage to the former Cheryl Brown of Granger, Ind. drich. 4-PLY NYLON CORD • NO TRADE NEEDED • FREE MOUNTING TRAILMAKER SILVERTOWN .SAFETY SPIKES AVAILABLE AS LOW AS DELC0 AUovuc* far old battery BATTTERIES *5 ~- nk only. Use your Marathon Credit Card CLINT'S MARATHON 302 EAST JEFFERSON STREET PHONE 675-4855 By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) -UCLA, with four straight NCAA titles in hand, is off to a good start in its quest for No. 5. The Bruins walked off with the No. 1 ranking today in the first week's balloting by the 35- member United Press International Board of Coaches. UCLA received 31 of tbs 32 first-place votes cast and 319 points in the balloting for games played through Sunday, Dec. 6. South Carolina, which received the lone first-place ballot not cast for UCLA, was ranked second with Kentucky, Jacksmn- vi'le and Marquette following in that order. Notre Dame was sixth, followed by Southern California, Western Kentucky, Kansas and Pennsylvania to complete the top 10. UCLA put on an awesome offensive show during ' the weekend to walk off with top honors. The bruins crusehed Baylor, 108-77, Friday night, with their five starters being pulled with five minutes remaining in the first half. The following night, UCLA destroyed Rice, the defending Southwest Conference cham­ pion, 124-78. Here by sections are the coaches who comprise the 197071 UPI ratings board: East Bob Harrison, Harvard; Harry Litwack, Tsraple; John Manning, Duquesne; Larry Weise, St. Bonaventure; Lou Rossini, New York University. Midlands Maury John, Drake; Abe Lemons, Oklahoma City; Ted Oqens, Kansas; Norm Stewart, Missouri, Joe Cipriano, Nebraska. Midwest John Dee, Nmtre Dame; Ray Meysr, Depaul; Harv Schmidt, Illinois; James Snyder, Ohio University; Fred Taylor, Ohio Shate. Pacific Bob Boyd, Southern California; Howard Dallmar, Stanford; Marv Harshmah, Washington State; John Wooden, UCLA; Steve Belko, Oregon. Rockies Jack Gardner, Utah; Phil Johnson, Weber State; Bill Strannigan, Wyoming; Russell Walseth, Colorado; Stan Watts, Brigham Young. Southwest . Don Hasans, Texas-El Paso; , Bob King, Nsw Mexico; Guy Lewis, Hmuston; Don Prewitt. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS FIVE HOMES In Tipton County U.S. STEEL-ALSIDE Subsidery of U.S. Steel NOW HAS PERMANENT Super - Steel - Siding 5<>%l„ l . 1CAllN0W! OFFER ENDS 675-2691 DECEM5ER 15th * ' 1 INSTALLED BY LOCAL DEALER JACK HALL HON Main T ipton Southern Methodist; Ned Wulk, Arizona State. South Frank McGuire, South Carolina; John Oldham, Western Kentucky Adolph Rupp, Kentucky; Roy Skinner, Vanderbilt; Dean Smith, .North Carolina. NEW YORK (UPI) -The United Press International top 20 major college basketball teams with first place votes and won-lost record in paren-. theses. (First week). Team Points 1. UCLA (31) (2-0) 319 2. So. Car. (1) (2-0) 3. Kentucky (2-0) 4. Jacksonvl (2-0) 5. Murquette (2-0) 6. Notre Dame (1-1) 7. Sou. Cal. (2-0) 8. Western Ky.,(2-0) 9. Kansas (2-0) 10. Pennsylvania (2-0) 11. Indiana (2-0) 12. Villanova (2-0) 13. Uhah St. (2-1) Drake (2-0) ... Louisville (2-0) 16. Florida Sh. (3-0) 17. Long Beach St. (1-1) 18. (Tie) New Mex. (2-0) (Tie) Tenn. (2-0). 20. North Carolina (2-0) Others receiving five or more points: Colorado State, creight- on, Duke, Tulsa. Only 32 of 35 coaches participated in this week's balloting. 14. 15. at Your Friendly Bank' FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana

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