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Page 8 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 19 70 Tipton jr. Hi splits I.U. Netters Overcome Notre Dome ;S«£ ,S .X In Torrid Bottle of Giants, 106-103 services of Dick Cage in the second quarter due to a severe sprained ankle, but vent on to push the Frankfort Netters to the wire and then lost 50-49. Tipton's seventh graders rushed to a big 21 point second quarter to whip the Frankfort seventh 45-35. Tipton eighth high scorers were Jeff Fettig, 17, Bill Arnold 10, Dennis Ressler, Dirk Baxter and John Bath. Tipton had 29 personal fouls called against them. Leading the victorious Tipton seventh graders were Greg Henry 13, Greg Overdorf 10, Mike Baxter 6, Brian Taylor 5 and a great floor game, and Joe Phifer 5. All other seventh grade players did a commendable job. Tipton hosts an eighth grade tournament January 9, 1971 to Hamilton Southeastern, Hamilton Heights and Sheridan. Two games will be played in the morning and two in the afternoon. By United Press International Indiana's sophomore. laden basketball club came back in the second half Tuesday night to score a 106-103 upset over :8th-ranked Notre Dame, despite Austin Carr's 54-point performance. (The Irish built up a 53-43 halftirne edge over the Hoosiers, but fouls took their toll in the second half as five Notre Dame players and two Hoosiers were whistled out of the game. The Hoosiers went ahead 77-76 on Joby Wright's bucket with 9:29 left.- The lead changed hands four more times before Indiana moved ahead for good at 8:14 on,- two free throws by Jim Harris/-'81-80. , Indiana ran its lead to 92-83 before Notre Dame charged back and cut the spread to 102-101 with 31 seconds left. Harris and Kick Kord each got two free throws in the closing seconds to ice the win, the third in four starts for the 15th- rated Hoosiers. Notre Dame is 3-2. Notre Dame was charged with 37 fouls, Indiana with 22. Wright and George McGinnis each scored 29 for Indiana and Collis Jones got 20 for the Irish to go with Carr's 54 markers. Kent State tripped Purdue, 64-62 with a steady, deliberate game. Reserve guard Mike Foote came off the Kent State bench to spark the victory, scoring 20 points. Teammate Rubin Vance also hit 20. The Boilermakers, who had trouble with free throw shooting in the early going, trailed at the half, 34-25, but stormed back and deadlocked the game, 36-36, with 16 minutes to plays Tipton Frosh Lose NOBLESVTLLE —Tiptons'two Freshmen basketball teams each had two point losses to Noblesville Frosh here Tuesday night. Tipton's Freshmen A lost 3533 after being down 24-6 at hall' time. Jeff Landrum and Fred Cox led the drive which almost gave the young Satans the win. Tipton hit only 5 of 14 foul shots for the big cause of the loss. Tipton's B squad lost a heartbreaker 22-20 to the Nobles- viUe B. Fails To Register Forfeits Nine Wins Tipton Grapplers Edge Huntington Tipton's High School wrestling teams edged Huntington's counterparts in CIC matches Tuesday night at the Tipton gym. Tipton's varsity A squad trimmed the Viking A 26-24 and the Satan B grapplers edged Huntington's B 25-24. This A wins gives the Varsity a 2-3 record for the season. Scoring points for the Devil A's were Steve Foor, Joe Hawkins, Joe Cage, Dave Mahaney, Morris King and Rick Coleman. Tipton B grapplers scoring | SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (UPI) •-fRick Mako's money problems caused the undefeated Wittenberg University football team to forfeit all nine of its wins. j Mako, an All-Ohio Conference tackle, failed to register for fall quarter, it was revealed Tuesday. As a result, he was ineligible to play and the commissioner of the Ohio Conference stripped the Tigers of all their 1970 wins. were Terry Fletcher, Stan Eldridge, Earl Scheffler, Dick Shadday and Joe Ferguson. . Tipton's two squads tangle with the Deaf School Thursday night at the Tipton gym. The B squad match begins at 6:30 p.m. with the A matches following. Tip-' ton's B has a meet with Taylor . High school next Saturday morning at Tipton. The matches get underway at 10 a.m. and are open to the public. Mako, who should have been a senior, said he was unable to register during the usual time last spring because of some outstanding bills at the school. "I tried to register this fall instead of last spring, but when I went in to register, they told me it was too late," Mako said "I kind of panicked. I got into a trap and didn't know what to do." Mako went about his daily routine during the quarter just as though he were attending classes. He lived in his regular quarters at the university and kept the secret within him. Athletic Director Bill Edwards said he felt sorry for the coaches and players. "They worked so hard and then, had this happen," Edwards said. "But I guess we can live through it." The discovery was made during a routine request for Mako's student file by. a department of the university last Friday. After that the lead changed hands 14 times before Kent State pulled ahead for good with one minute left on Tom Winrow's hook shot. Bill Franklin topped the Boilermakers with 22 points. Evansville, the eighth-rank small college power,, scored an easy 96-62 triumph over American International as the Aces extended their record to 2-1. In other action Tuesday night, Earlham edged Anderson, 80-79; Franklin trimmed Indiana Central, 97-88; Valparaiso outlasted Wabash, 83-79, and Bethel defeated Concordia, 83-75. Among games slated tonight are" Evansville at Assumption, Grand Valley at St. Joseph's, Miami of Ohio at Ball State and Bluffton at Indiana Tech. Casper Player of Year NEW YORK (UPI)-Billy Casper, winner of the 1970 Masters as well as three other PGA tour events and recognized as player of the year by his fellow pros, was named Tuesday to the Golf magazine All-America team for the seventh straight year. Casper, winner, of $147,372 on the tour this year, joins Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Dave Hill, Bruce Crampton, Larry Hinson and Dick Lotz on this year's team. It marked the third time that Casper, winner of the Los Angeles Open, the Philadelphia Golf Classic and the Avco Golf Classic in 1970, has been named the PGA's Golfer of the Year. He won his first tour event back in 1956 and is now nearing . the 50 victory circle. He has been among the top four money winners 11 times in his illustrious career and has won the Vardon Trophy five times. Pepitone Signs 1971 Contract CHICAGO (UPI)-Joe Pepitone, who became the regular centerfielder for the Chicago Cubs when he was obtained from the Houston Astros last July 29, has signed his 1971 contract, the club announced today. Pepitone, who had 57 hits, 12 home runs and 44 runs batted in in 56 games with the Cubs, was the third player to sign up. The others were pitchers Milt Pappas and Bill Hands. NQW ...^o«&flaLx\ 2 >vwL comes to FORT LAUDERDALE AND ITS THE BEAUTIFUL HEW VACATION RESORT DIRECTLY OH THE 0CEAH! • Beautifully decorated air-conditioned rooms, all with a view of the blue Atlantic. Ample free parking. Bank, Movie Theatre and 21 retail shops right on the premises. • Shuffleboard, ping pong, children's play area. Perfect location for sightseeing, shopping, exciting nightlife, golf, racing, boating, water sports. • Windjammer dining Room, coffee shop, 3 cocktail bars (two indoors—one outdoors under the Rooftop Suspended Swim Pool). 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Jimmy Jones was the high man for Memphis with 34 points, but Texan Glen Combs, with three three-point baskets, took game honors with 37. In the only other ABA game, the Denver Rockets downed the Carolina Cougars, 126-116, with Larry Cannon tossing in 36 points and five other Rockets getting into double figures. ABA Standings By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB 21 10 .677 ... 19 10 .655 Virginia Kentucky Floridians New York Pittsburgh Carolina Nate Ramsey Improved PHILADELPHIA (UPI>- Defensive back Nate Ramsey, who was seriously wounded Monday in a shoting incident, was placed oh the move list Tuesday by the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles activated defensive back Ray Jones for their last game of the season against Pittsburgh on Sunday. A team spokesman said Ramsey, 29, who was shot in the chest, is conscious and alert. He said the wound will be allowed to heal before an operation is performed to remove the slug. The man identified as Ramsey's assailant, Jimmy Harrison, 35, was only vaguely known to the victim, police said. Harrison was still at large Tuesday. 1 6 710 14 15 .483 13 16 .448 12 20 .375 10 19-..345.11% West W. L.. Pet. GB Utah 19 1 10 .655 ... Indiana 18 10 .643 1 Memphis 16 13 .552 3'/ 2 Denver 10 19 .345 9V 2 Texas 9 20 .310 10V 2 Tuesday's Results Memphis 146 Texas 141, ot Denver 126 Carolina 116 Wednesday's Games Memphis at Utah Indiana at.Kentucky (Only games scheduled) Stillwagon Voted Lineman of Year NEW YORK (UPI)-Jim Stillwagon of Ohio State, who plugged the middle of the undefeated Buckeyes' defensive line, climaxed an outstanding collegiate career, Tuesday by being named Lineman of the Year by United Press International. Stillwagon, a two-time All- America, was an easy winner in a balloting of 192 sportswriters and sportscasters from across the nation. The muscular 6-foot, 210-pound native of Mount Vernon, Ohio, received 44 votes to 24 for runnerup Larry Dinardo, an offensive guard from Notre Dame. Thirty-six players in all received votes, one of the highest figures in the history of the balloting. Offensive end Tom Gatewood of Notre Dame was third with 16 votes followed by offensive guard Chip Kell of Tennessee with 13 and defensive end Bill Atessis of Texas with 11. . "I'm just happy and appreciative at receiving this award," said Stillwagon. "My feeling is that if you do something, do it the best you can. I just tried my best and it paid off, I guess. I try hot to think about what honors I might get. Coach (Woody) Hayes says that anything you work hard to get you appreciate more. I owe ail my honors to the coaches and the guys I played with." Other players receiving at least five votes were defensive tackle Rock Perdoni of Georgia (Continued on page nine) By United Press International It's always nice when the Cleveland Cavaliers come to town. It gives their opponent a chance to relax. The New York Knicks beat Cleveland, 110 - 92, Tuesday night. The victory moved New York 3Vz games ahead of idle Boston, in the Atlantic Division, and Cleveland's record dropped to 2-32. "It's difficult to motivate yourself for a game like this," complained Walt Frazier, who led New York with 25 points. "Just when you try to get something going, they slow you down by calling a time out or by committing a foul. It was like a practice session, but not one of our real rough ones." Cleveland Coach Bill Fitch moaned, "We play bad basketball in spurts. Still, if I was watching this Cleveland team on television I couldn't imagine how anybody who plays as well as we do could lose as many games." ! • However, two other division leaders —Baltimore in the Central and Los Angeles in the Pacific —found hostile receptions waiting for them on the road. Substitute George Wilson tossed in a desperation shot with one second left in overtime to give the Buffalo Braves a 113-111 victory over Los Angeles. Wilson's shot capped a Buffalo rally that overcame a seven-point deficit with little more than a minute left in overtime. Bog Love scored 37 points and Chet Walker added 34 to lead Chicago to its fifth straight win as the Bulls beat Baltimore, 115-97. In other games Tuesday night, Dave Bing got 31 points to become the second highest career scorer in Detroit history and lead the Pistons to a 111103 victory over Portland; Philadelphia crushed San Diego, 122-98, and San Francisco beat Phoenix, 129-123 to move the Warriors to within a half- game of Los Angeles. By KURT FREUDENTHAL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) High-riding East Chicago Washington made a near-sweep of first-place votes today to outclass the rest of the field in the UPI Indiana high school basketball coaches' board ratings. The Senators claimed 14 first places in balloting for- games through last Saturday, but only 15 panel members participated. The other nod for first place went to Elkhart, which was promoted to second place. The Blue Blazers were 13rh last week. . East Chicago, meanwhile, amassed 148 out of a possible 150 points. The Senators also became the winningest major quintet Tuesday night by routing Hammond Clark, 92-51, for their eighth victory in a row. The mismatch was 55-27 at the half. Elkhart was a distant runner- up with" 69 points, followed by Gary West in third place with 59 and defending state champ East Chicago Roosevelt in fourth with 57. Far North Tops List Thus, the Far North occupied the first four positions. Fifth place went to New Castle. The first five clubs are unbeaten. The "Big 10" lower bracket, in order, was composed of South Bend Adams, Jasper, Peru, and South Bend LaSalle and Muncie Central tied for ninth. Gary West was 14th last week and East Chicago Roosevelt was tied for seventh with Michigan City. The latter slipped to 11th. New Castle was ninth last week, Peru 11th and LaSalle, conqueror of city foe Adams, was 19th. Adams, meanwhile, slipped two notches, Jasper one, Muncie Central seven after losing at home to Richmond, Kokomo 10, from third to 13th, after being stopped at home by Elkhart; Seymour was dropped from fifth to 17th after bowing at Jeffersonville aid Richmond from 10th to 12th sifter losing at Middletown, Ohio. Also Tuesday, night, Evansville Central built its winning streak to five with a 69-52 decision over city foe Bosse.- The Ratings The season's second ratings, with first. places and total points: 1. EC Washington (14) 148 2. Elkhart (1) 69 3. Gary West 59 4. EC Roosevelt 57 5. New Castle 56 6. South Bend Adams 49 7. Jasper 48 8. Peru - 47 9. Muncie Central & South Bend LaSalle 3811. Michigan City 37; 12. Richmond 34; 13. Gary Roosevelt and Kokomo 22; 15. Columbus 20; 16. Evansville North 15; 17. Evansville Central and Seymour 10; 19. Indianapolis Ac- tucks 9; 20. New Albany 8. Others—Anderson 6; Marion, Batesville 5; South Bend Riley 4; Indianapolis Washington 3; Evansville Reitz, Plymouth 2; Fort . Wayne Central, South Bend St. Joseph's 1. High School Scores East Chicago Washington 92 Hammond Clark 51 East Gary 57 Gary Mann 56. Hobart 73 Whiting 54 Rensselaer 65 Frontier 56 Woodlan 76 New Haven 72 Bloomington 90 Edgewood 62 Evansville Central 69 Evansville Bosse 52 Evansville North 92 Castle 50 Tell City 87 Huntingburg 43 Boonville 53 Tecumseh 47 Suplivan 56 Shakamak 55 Clay City 79 Rosedale 53 Hutsonville, 111. 60 Dugger 52 Silver Creek 75 Madison Shawe ,52 Philiy Voted No. 1 Small College NBA Standings By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. 25 10 .714 New York Boston Philadelphia Buffalo NEW YORK (UPI) —The United Press International top 20 small college basketball teams with first place votes GB and won-lost records in paren- „. theses.- (Second week). 19 11 .633 3%. '17 17 .500 f/ 2 10 23 .303.14 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 18 13 .581 ... Cincinnati 12 16 .429 4'/ 2 Atlanta 9 21 .300 8% Cleveland 2 32 .030 17V 2 Midwest Division W. L. Pet. GB 25 5 .821 ... Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix Team Points 1. Phila. Tex. (13) (3-1) 222 2. Kentucky St. (9) (3-0) 214 3. Ashlan 134 4. S.F. Austin (5-2)- 124 5. Hwrd Payne (2) (6-2) 110 6. Tenn. St. (2) (3-0) 92 7. Ky. Wesleyan (4-1) 91 8. Evansville (1) (1-1) 77 9. Puget Sound 71 10. Cheney St. (4-1) 54 ,21 12 .636 4V 2 11. S.W. Louisiana (2) (6-0) 49 18 11 .621 5% 12. Oral Roberts (5-2) .47 13. La. Tech (4-1) 41 14. East New Mex. (3-2) 35 15. Cent (O.) St. (4-0) 24 16. Gannon (3-0) 22 17. Guilford (4-1} 20 18. Assumption 19 19. U. Cal.-Rvrsde (2-2) 17 20. Cent. Wash (1) 16 Only 30 of 35 coaches voted this week. Others receiving five or more points: North Dakota State, Eastern Michigan, Northeast Louisiana, Wittenberg, Sam Houston, Eau Clair, Buffalo State, Youngstown, American International, Rockhurst, Seattle Pacific, Grambling, Maryland State, Whittier, East Central Oklahoma. Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego Seattle Portland 19 15 .559 7 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. 17 12 .586 19 - 15 .559 18 16 .529 14 19 .424 11 24 .314 GB iy 2 5 Grid Bow/Gomes j College Tuesday's Results New York 110 Cleveland 92 Phila 122 San Diego 98 Buffalo 113 Los Ang 111, ot Chicago 115 Baltimore 97 San Francisco 129 Phoenix Detroit 111 Portland 103 Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Cincinnati San Diego at Atlanta 123 HOLIDAY CASH CASH BUYING IS BETTER BUYING NEW YORK (UPI)-The lineup for the remaining college football bowl games: Dec. 19, Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex., Georgia Tech (8-3) vs. Texas Tech (8-3). Dec. 19, Pasadena Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., Louisville (83) vs. Long Beach State (9-2). Dec. 30, Peach Bowl at Atlanta, Arizona St. (10-0) vs. North Carolina (8-3) Oklahoma (7-4). Jan. 1, Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, Air Force (9-2) vs. Tennessee (9-1).* Jan. 1, Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., Stanford (8-3) vs. Ohio State (9-0). Jan. 1, Orange Bowl at Miami, Nebraska (10-0-1) Louisiana St. (9-2). Jan. 1, Cotton Bowl at Dallas, Notre Dame (9-1) vs. Texas (10-0). Jan. 2, Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla., Auburn (8-2) vs. Mississippi (7-3). College Basketball Results By United Press International Springfld 71 Wrcstr poly 53 Indiana 106 Notre Dame 103 North Car. 80 Virginia 75 Duke 104'Vir. Tech 75 St Johns (NY) 77 RIU'71 Evansvl 96 Am. Intl 62 Lng Ben St. 84 Loyla (Chi) 81 La Salle 82 w. Chstr 68 Wilkes 80 Lycoming .78 Missouri 90 Wash. U. 60 Dvdsn 67 Rchmnd 54 . Niagara "86 Buff. St. 82 Marshall 73 Mrhd St. 70 Ky. St. 151 Fed. Cty Coll. 84 Ohio U. 81 Wisconsin 80 Ashland 80 Grnd Val. 69 Kenyon 82 Wilmington 73 Bradley 95 Winotf St. 83 Miss. 109 Sou. 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