The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 12, 1970 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Saturday, December 12, 1970
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

Page 6 INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Wabash 91 Aurora 73 Vincennes 124 Moberly 86 Butler 95 Earlham 87 Tri-State 87 Bethel 63 Marion 99 Concordia 78 Walsh 84 Northw'ood, Ind. 83 Crusader Classic St. Olaf 97 Muhlenberg 87 Valparaiso 78 Luther 76 HIGH SCHOOL Columbua 83 Madiso 67 East Chicago Washington' 100 ° Whiting 37 . Psru 84 Blackford 71 Jeffefsonville 65 Seymour 58 Kokorao 89 Murion 88 Richmond 73 Muncie Central 66 New Castle 72 Muncie South 48 Jasper 61 Evansville Memorial 53 Evansville Nmrth 85 Tell City 77 New Albany 91 Floyd Csntral 83 Indianapolis Manual 59 Indianapolis Marshall 54 Indianapolis Washington 69 Lawrence Central 63 South Bend Adams 78 Goshen 58 Elkhart 48 LaPorte 33 Smuth Bend Sh. Joseph's 88 Penn 70 Logansport72 Frankfort 68 Cass 81 Tqin Lakes 55 Caston 75 Culver 72 Pioneer 67 South Newton 55 Rochester 82 Manchester 37 Wolcott 83 North White 69 ITS FUN TO PLAY SENTS when you shop with CHRISTMAS aim CASH! Shop "Prepaid" next year open a Christmas Club Account TODAY Don't let another day go by without opening your 1971 Christmas Club here! Choose the plan best suited to your pocketbook.... enjoy a "paid- in-advance" holiday next year! Carroll 72 Cpinton Csntral 63 Culver Military 73 Kewanna 64 Winaraac 73 Southwestern (Tippecanoe) 60 Terre Haute Garfield 76 Tsrre Haute State 74 Honey Creek 75 Terre Haute Schulte 68 " Terre Huute Wiley 85 Linton 75 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 72 Sul-. livan 32 Nsedmore84 Shakamak 68 Duvger 57 Worthington.55 North Csntral (Sullivan) 64 Nmrth Vermillion 54 Northeastern (Wuyne) 57 Daleville 54 Cowan 73 Albany 59 Anderson Highland 75 Mississi- newa 71 (OT6 Lapel 56 Bpue River 55 Greencastle 69 Cpinton €0 North Putnam 90 Monrovia 49 Vun Buren 82 South Putnam 68 Indianapolis Shortridge 76 Indianapolis Wood 63 Ben Davis 66 Indianapolis Tech 56. . " •' f Pendleton Heights 80 Knightstown 61 | Mount Vsrnon :(Hancock) 77 Union (Randolph) 61 Hamilton Hsights 91 Gceenfield 86 I Martinsville 114 Indian Creek 57 Efinburg 57 Unionville 53 Brown County 89 Oqen Vulley 82 Bpoomington 70 Bsdford 49 Edgewood 71 Avon 57 Indianapolis Ritter 82 Bloomington University 80 (Ots) Smuth Bend Clay 69 North Liberty 62 j Jimtown 97 South Bend Jackson .73 , . •j South Bend Riley 74 Mishawaka 65 ! South Bsnd Washington 70 Mishawaka Marian 59 Fairfield 85 LuVille 63 Argos 63 Akron 61 Bethany Christian 77 Divine Heart 65 Concord 79 Bremen 61 Chesterton 40 Gary Emerson 38 Hebron 72 LaCrosse 67 Knox 77 NmrthWpod 75 (OT) Michigan City Marquette 59 Westville 52 North -Judson 72, West Central 40 Plymouth 92 Triton 65 Fort Wayne Luers 65 Fort Wayne North 50 j Redkey 92 Southern Welle 85 Fort Wayne Central 64 Heritage .48 Westview 77 Prairie Heights .48 New Haven 59 Angola 52 Bellmont 62 Bluffton 53 Leo 59 Norwetl 52 East Noble 79 DsKalb 70 Woodlan 93 Churubusco 71 Wuwasee 70 Warsaw 61 Howe Military 76 Hamilton 74 Garrett 50 Carroll (Allen) 49 Wabash 56 Tipton 49 Northridge 69 Wsst Noble 60 South Whitley 79 Columbia City 75 i Central Noble 67 Fcemont 47 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 78 F o r t Wuyne JJwenger 74 (OT) Fort Wayne Cmncordia 64 Fort Wayne Snider 58 Fort Wayne South 57 Fort Wayne Catholic 42 Valparaiso 57 Hammond Clark 53 ' •- ' Rossville 69 Newton 47 Rockville 63 Attica 61 Benton Central 99 Fountain Central 79 Pine Village 74 Waynetown 59 Seeger 71 Rsmington 64 North Judson 72 West Central 40 Kankakee Valley 68 Smuth Central 53 Crawfordsville 70 West Lafayette 65 Covington 92 Lafayette Catholic 75 Linden 87 Wainwright 65 Harrison 75 Delphi 63 Scottsburg 92 Brownstown 66 Batesville 78 Jennings County 63 Franklin 58 Shelbyville 56 Connersville 82 Aurora 56 Plainfield 76 Mooresville 64 Cascade 80 Danville 73 Andersmn 64 Lafayette 63 Birdseye 89 Murengo 60 Indianapolis Howe 75 B e e c h Grove 66 . Brebeuf 79 Indianapolis Cuthe- dral 60 Indianapolis Northwest 101 Indianapolis Ripple 62 Pike 69 Franklin Central 68 Greenwood 73 Whiteland 47 Two Undefeated The two Giants of the Tipton County Independent Basketball League meet in the Sunday 2:30 p.m. game at the Tipton Armory to decide the Loop leader. Both, the Fraternal Order of Police five and Tipton Building and Loan teams, are undefeated at 5 wins and no losses in the league action to date. Following the FOP-TBL game, Farmers Loan plays Windfall Lions at 3:30 p.m. and the Citizens Bank tangles with Hobbs in the 4:30 p.m. final. Big name players in the first game for FOP are Steve YanHorn, John Utter, Leon Biard, Jim Pyke, Dave Reeder, Jim Bales, Larry Ripberger, Kenny Altherr and several others. Top smoothies for FLT are Ben Hobbs, Jay Whelchel, Keith Smith, Mike Zimmerman, Bob Merida, Toby Burkhardt, Gary Hill, Dave Moon, Dave Landis, Tom Phifer and others. Too, in other games Sunday afternoon man; former Tipton, Windfall, Sharpsville- Prairie and other stars will see action. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Dancer's Image Declared 1968 Ky Derby Winner SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1970 College Basketball By United Press International Villanova 97 Murray St. 63 Nichols 85 Suffolk 62 Brandeis 86 Amherst 76 St. Coll Ark. 81 Hrdng 67 Ark AM&N 88 Ark A&M 83 Dayton 91 Miami (Fla.) 77 Glenvl 99 Shepherd 72 Crngie-MUn 80 Geneva 75 Wyoming 76 San Jose St, Wilkes 79 Sthmptn 73 Cheyney St. 96 Bait 94 Baylor 101 Arizona .1 Butler 95 Earlham -87" Nebraska 69 TCU 64 Wchta St. 64 Kan St. 51 Arkansas St. 88 Okla 73 UCLA 100 U of Pac 88 Sou Cal 101 BYU 65 Mountaineer Classic (First Round) Virginia 79 Bos Coll. 69 West Va. 74 Army 71 Bpuebonnet Tourney (First Round) Houston 91 Tulsa 60 Oregon 94 Texas A&M 70 Cable Car Classic (First Round) Weber St. 79 San Fran 65 Calif 77 Santa Clra 63 58 Indianapolis Chatard 51 Hamilton Smutheastern 50 Indianapolis Roncalli 86 Eminence 74 North Central (Marion) 70 Southport 68 Indianapolis Arlington 76 Indianapolis Scecina 64 Warren Central 80 Decatur Central 63 Curmel 70 Zionsville 62 Liberty 77 Morristown 63 Southwestern (Shelby6 71 South Decatur 59 Waldron 95 Nsw Palestine 58 Brownsburg 72 Thorntown 67 Evansville Hurrison 105 Castle 63 Evansville Mater Dei 69 Henderson County (Ky6 63 South Adams 69 Adams Central 45 Anderson Madison Heights 67 Portland 58 Shenandoah 61 Tri-High 52 Yorktown 87 Delta 51 Winchester 93 Union City 61 Eustbrook 82 Marion Bennett 77 Alexundria 80 Madison Gcant 67 Huntington 68 El wood 61 Monroe Central 69 Wapahani 66 Oak Hill 72 Northfield 61 North Miami 88 Southwood 61 Kokomo Haworth 101 Macona- quah 37 Perry Cmunty 65 English 39 Gary West 121 Gary Andrean 101 Hummond Noll 87 Gary Wallace 84 Gary Marin 68 River Forest 65 Portage 71 Gary Wirt 44 Lake Central 74 Griffith 65 Lowell 71 Merriilville 57 Hammond Tech 63 Hobart 60 Hammond 73 Hammond Gavit 67 Highland 79 Crown Point 72 Culumet 68 Munster 60 FRANKFORT, Ky. (UPI)-A court has upheld the victory by Dancer's Image in the disputed 19.68 Kentucky Derby, but the state Racing Commission says it will appeal the ruling. Judge Henry Meigs U's decision Friday, overturned a commission ruling which dis- qualifid Dancer's Image after a chemist said he found phenylbu­ tazone, an illegal pain-killing drug, in the horses's system. Meigs ordered payment of the $122,000 first-prize money and the $5,000 Gold Derby Cup to Peter Fuller, the Boston millionaire who owns the horse. Fuller said the action did not surprise him. "It was a matter of principle, the appeal; amatterhof the horse's record/' Fuller said in Bmston.."He won the race." The commission had awarded the money and cup to runnerup Forward Pass but still : left Dancer's Image as the official winner of the race. Winning para-mutual tickets on Dancer's Image were paid. Squire Williams, an attorney for the commission, said it would appeal Meigs' decision to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. Meigs held there was insuffi cient evidence to support the disqualification and ruled it was based on evidence ''wholly lacking in substance." HH Huskies Win 91-86 ARCADIA — Hamilton Heights Huskies of Coach Dean Small made it four wins in five starts here Friday night by out-racing Greenfield Central 91-86. Due to lateness of details on this Huskie game, the summary and box will be carried in Monday's Tribune. Pro Basketball By United Press International Indiana had a lot of help in its victory over Carolina Friday night and most of the help was provided by the Cougars. Carolina committed 46 per-. sonal fouls, giving Indiana 72 free throw attempts, only one short of the American' Basketball Association record. The Pacers sank 58 of their foul shots and even though they were outscored in field goals, 60-47, they came away with a 155-148 victory in double overtime. The score was tied 32 times and the'lead changed hands 54 times in the exciting contest that saw five Carolina players foul out. Indiana clinched its victory thanks to a 17-point second overtime period with 11 of the points coming on foul shots. The Pacers placed seven men in double figures with Bob Nietolicky's 31 points leading the way. However, Carolina's Joe Caldwell took game scoring honors with 40. In other ABA . games, Utah maintained its two game lead over Indiana in the West by defeating Pittsburgh, 129-100; Virginia moved to within a half game of first-place Kentucky in the East as the Squires beat Texas, 146-136, while the Colonele lost to New York 128£9; and Steve Jones' basket with one second remaining enabled Memphis to ~ beat Denver, 102-100. Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB 23 9 .719 ... 19 11 .633 3 16 16 .500 7 8 22 .267 14 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB 17 12 .586 ... 11 16 .407 5 7 21 .250 9'/2 29 .065 16 Midwest Division W. L. Pet. GB 22 4 .846 ... 19 11 .633 5 16 11 .593 &k • 18 14 .563 7 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. GB 17 $7 17 14 11 New York Boston Philadelphia Buffalo Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland'2 Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix 10 14 14 18 22 .630 .548 .548 .438 .333 LIONS CLUB APPRECIATION DAY to thank the people of Tipton community for their support on local LION CLUB projects. BE OUR GUEST for COFFEE and DONUTSat the club house, North East st. You Are All Welcome Wednesday, Dec. 16 ^n?£*£.9«un. to 11a.m. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. f^S&C *Or s MERRY CHRISTMAS c<* Los Angeles San Diego San Francisco Seattle Portland Fridays Results Detro 1121 Boston 118 San Fran 102 Phila 101 Portland 120 Buffalo 105 Chicago 87 Atlanta 86 Milwaukee 134 Cleveland 92 Los Angeles 126sSeattle 118 San Diego 110 Phoenix 104 (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games San Francisco at Baltimore Cleveland at Cincinnati Buffalo at Detroit Philadelphia at New York Portland at Ahlanta San Diego. at Chicago Milwaukee at Phoenix (Only games scheduled) •Tri-Central (Continued from page one) Ortweln Hendricks Epperly By United Press International The Boston Celtics found out Friday night that eventually, all good things must come to an end. The good, thing for the Celtics, in this instance, was their 10-game winning streak, which ended with a 121-118 overtime loss to the Detroit Pistonsi Dave Bing scored 33 points and Bob Lanier scored six straight points during the overtime to stop the Boston streak. Boston led, i06-102, with just seven seconds remaining in regulation time when Lanier tapped in a basket and rookie Terry Driscoll hit another to tie the game. Lanier, who had 26 points, hit three straight shots and Bing connected . on another shot during the overtime to put Detroit ahead. In other NBA action Friday night, Milwaukee walloped Cleveland, 134-92, Chicago edged Atlanta, 87-86, San Francisco -nipped Philadelphia, 102-101, Los Angeles downed Seattle 126118, Portland ripped Buffalo, 120-105, and San Diego defeated Phoenix, 110-104. Lew Alcindor scored 34 points as the Bucks handed Cleveland its 29th loss in 31 games. Milwaukee outscored the Cavaliers, 27-15, in the second -eriod to blow the game wide open. Walt Wesley's 15 points led * Apaches (Continued from page one) ed miseries. Too, a couple of questionable arbiter calls set the Devil and bench tempo back and the Apaches scored 13 straight points to take a 27-21 lead and were in front 27-22 at half time. Excellent play from Sophomore Larry Harper, Richardson and Clouser brought the Devilstq37- 35 at the end of the third quarter and then the bouncing braves of Wabash outscored the Devils 1914 in the fourth canto to win DlO TV IIS llO 91 Randy Laird 13 were high for Wabash. Frankfort's Hot Dogs will visit the Tipton gym tonight for the annual barbecue with the Devils, and the Devils are hoping this "Cookout" will be a successful meal for them.. ' Coach Tim Renie's Imps lost by a 51-38 count to the hot shooting ' Apache B squad. The young Satans had a touch time on the boards and in getting the sphere in the ring. The more than 200 Tipton fans who followed the Devils to Wabash had a hazardous fog to drive through going the 50 miles and all are to be commended for their team support. The fog condition had improved and the drivingwas much better on the trip back to Tipton. In Cowboys NFL Tilt The Cleveland Browns" may suffer from overexposure today when they meet the Dallas Cowboys at Municipal Stadium. The Browns, . the No. 1 attraction in the National Football League's expanded television coverage this season, will be facing their second-TV opponent in the past five days. The Browns tied for the lead in the American Football Conference^Central Division with the Cincinnati Bengals when they defeated the Houston Oilers, 2110, on hhe nationally televised Monday night game of the week, a successful addition to the NFL's ever growing TV package. Coming back with just four days rest may prove disastrous for the Browns, who returned to the practice field Tuesday to prepare for the Cowboys, a team that has had an up-and- down season but still is only half a game away from the top in the National Football Confer- Holley 3 13 7 Moore 5 1 311 Dannacher 10 1 2 France 2 0 3 4 Wolfe 0 0 3 0 TOTAL 23 10 18 56 TIPTON York 0 0 4 0 Clouser 4 5 3 13 . Richardson 3 6 112 Juday 8 2 2 18 Sullivan 1113 Harper 0 3 13 TOTAL 16 17 12 49 WABASH - 14 27 37 56 TIPTON - . 16 22 35 49 Wabash B - 51 Tipton B - 38 WABASH Eppley Laird 2 19 313 ence Eastern Division. In the second game of today's TV doubleheader, the Kansas City Chiefs tangle with the Oakland Raiders in a battle of the co-leaders of the AFC Wsstern Division. Both teams have identicap 7-3-2 records. Blocker Hears Sanders, Palmer Footsteps in PGA 5M> Cleveland, Chet Walker threw in a jump shot with 42 seconds remaining and added a foul shot with just 16 seconds to go to lead Chicago over Atlanta. Walker, who had 27 points to lead the Bulls, scored his basket with the score tied at 84-84 and gave the Bulls an 87-84 lead with his foul shot. Successive baskets by.Joe Ellis and Jeff Mullins carried San. Francisco oger Philadelphia while Jerry West had 37 points to lift Los Angeles over Seattle. Geoff Petrie's 25-point performance powered Portland past Buffalo and Elvin Hayes' 33 points and 20 rebounds helped San Diego down Phoenix. East W. L. Pet. Kentucky 19 8 .704 Virginia 20 10 .667 New York 13 15 .444 Pittsburgh 11 20 Carolina 9 18 West W. L. Pet. Utah 19 8 .704 , Indiana 17 10 .630 Memphis 15 13 .536 Texas 9 17 .346 Denver 9 19 .321 Fridays Results New York 128 Kentucky 99 Ind 155 Carolina 148, 2 ots Virginia 146 Texas 136 Memphis 102 Denver 100 Utah 129 Pittsburgh 100 Saturday's Games Floridians at Kentucky Texas vs. Indiana At Fort Worth •7 355 10 333 10 Alexander 7 4 4 18 Truex 5 0 4 10 Tucker 10 12 TOTALS 32 12 20 76 Frankton- 15 31 50 76 Tri-Central- 13 36 60 85 Reserve Game: Frankton B 61 Tri-Central B 43 T CHRISTMAS ~\ j SPECIAL j I This coupon worth $2.00 I with each lube, oil, and filter. I .J FREEPORT, Bahamas (UPI) — Chris Blocker, one of the lesser lights on the PGA tour, found himself with a one-stroke lead today midway through the $130,000 Bahamas Open golf tournament but the question was whether he could hold off two "hungry" veterans, j Blocker, a 31-year-old blond from Lubbock, Tex., with a "mere" $24,556 in winnings to his credit this year, equaled the 7,005-yard Emerald course record with a six-under-par 66 Friday for his 36-hole total of nine-under 135. Blocker put together nines of 33-33 to tie the course mark set only one day earlier by Doug Sanders, who followed up with a 70 for his second place standing of 136. The dapper Sanders has not won a tournament since the 1967 Doral Open. Only one- more stroke off the pace at 137 came Arnold Palmer, still seeking his first victory of the year in this, the season's final tournament. Should Palmer fail to win, it would mark the first year since 1954 that he failed to capture at least one major tournament Palmer tacked a 69 on to his opening round 68 and said he was reasonably happy with his play despite a double bogey on GB the 12th hole when he hit into the trees. "I could have shot a 63 or 64 if I had been putting," Palmer said. "I'm hitting the ball very well but it is the putting that makes the difference. But I'm GB in pretty good position." Palmer" misssed a three- 2 footer on the third hole, a 124 l /z footer on the eighth, a 12-footer on the ninth, a three-footer on lO^the 10th, an eight-footer on the 16th and a 15-footer on the 17th. However, he missed only two greens as he was long and accurate with his woods and irons except for his drive into the woods on tte 12th where he took his double bogey. Blocker playsd what he called "steady golf" as he birdied all the par-five holes and»sank putts of 50, 12, 16 and 18 feet. Sanders claimed he was not tutting the ball as well as he . did during the first round and 7g did not feelas confident. 85 Randy Wolfe of Beaumont, Tex., who qualified for the tournament as a replacement for Bob Lunn, who withdrew at the last moment, shot a second round 67 to claim fourth place with a 138. Bob Erickson, Gay Brewer and John Jacobs were tied at 139, followed by Art Wall, Bobby Greenwood and Tommy Aaron at 140. Six strokes off the pace at 141 came DuveHill, Julius Boros, Bob Payne and Jim Jamieson. Lee Treyino, the leading money winner this year, was tied with 13 other players at 143 after shooting a second round 70 but Dave Stockton, the reigning PGA champ, failed to make the 3.6-hole cut with a two round total of 154. * Patient (Continued from page one) intensified,training in Coronary Care and Arrhythmia recognition. The nurses sent were: Mary Jo Plake* Emily Jane Hawkins Linda Enright, Nancy Rice, Niola Small and Ann Fowler. The Coronary Care Committee of the Medical Staff has established classes for all personnel in Coronary Care for the purpose of continuing education. The overall goal of the C.C.U. of Tipton County Memorial Hos-, pital is better medical and nursling care of the Coronary patient. The use of the monitoring and life saving equipment is an im-.. portant part of this better care but equally important is the care of the patient as an individual person who has needs and concerns of his own. Those individuals assuming the responsibility of the care of the coronary patient are very "much concerned with his total well- being during the illness and are sincerely interested in his subsequent return to health with the ability to resume his place both with his family and in his community. * Teachers Attend (Continued from page one) quality programs of public education." The Coalition consists of twelve Indiana organizations concerned about education in Indiana. Patsy Hedge and Geraldine, Tipton Community teachers, attended the Indiana Classroom Teachers Association December Board Meeting at the ETA Center in Indianapolis Saturday, December 5. The CTA Presidents present discussed state membership and the directing to be taken for ICTA's state program. A study committee was appointed to establish the basic goals . for a worthwhile program for the .•coming year. Affiliation progress with ETA was reported on and budget matters were discussed. Afternoon speaker was Democratic Senator Ocasek, educator from Ohio, relating similarities in Indiana and Ohio school finance. Possible forthcoming legislature involving Ohio's school were discussed and possible forthcoming events in Indiana legislature. - • • * Government Blamed (Continued from page one) pollution as well as overcrowded highways and airports is to revive rail passenger service in America. But the first step toward a new passenger system this spring will be a small one compared to the immensity of the task ahead. Many of the cities which eventually should be part of an inner- city railroad system will not be included. Its budget for the first two years will be small—a small fraction of the money we spend every year to build more miles of highway. The fact, is that government support of airport and highway construction has been one of the principle contributors to railroad decline. This spring, we take a small step toward reversing that decline. We should not consider our commitment to safe, efficient transportation final. We must continue to balance moree- quitably our expenditures for rail, transit.with our support of highway construction. Hospital News FRI., DEC. 11, 1970 ADMISSIONS: Ruth Clark, Windfall; Julia Trimble, Windfall; Shirley Batch, Elwood; Judy DeWitt, Windfall; Gloria Roudebush, Atlanta; Ethel Nance, Windfall. DISMISSALS: Carmen Ragan, Greentown; Carlene Appleton, Tipton; Connie Lambert, Atlanta; Juanita Cast, Sheridan; Paul Sharp, Tipton; Dora Miller, Sharpsville; Roxanna Barnes & Infant, Tipton. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby DeWitt of Windfall; Boy born at 10:50 p.m. on December 10. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Clark of Windfall; Boy born at 5:43 a.m. on December 11. 17:00| 19 r 1 51 X)uuva- ENDS TONIGHT iBarbra Streisand ^^^^^^ SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY OPEN 1 ;3Q SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE MEET CAPTAIN TURNER'S BABY BRIGADE! m FREE PICK UP HENRY'S STANDARD STATION Ph. '67.5-6118 Auction Sendee FARM SALES, ESTATF, REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION At ^1 R0GK HUDSON. HORNETS NEST ***#*ALSO T«IS 2nd ACTION HIT!***** LEE WILLIAM "5311313 VAN CLEEF BERBER -SUNDAY STARTING TIMES NEST 2:00-5: 50-9: 4Q=SABATA 4:40-7:54 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of TIPTON

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page