The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 17, 1970 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 17, 1970
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l'age 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE 1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1970 Peru, 7' Garrett, Scouts Benz Relates Blackball CLEVELAND (UPI) - Former Cleveland Browns defensive back Larry Benz is the latest to charge toe National Football League blackballed him. Indiana Basketball SOUTH BEND, IND.: Notre Dame's Wright (44) and Rick Ford (43)*durini Notre Da^e. 106-103. (left) #34, snags rebound from Indiana's Joby econd period of game December 15. Indiana downed UPITELEPHOTO Trojans Visit Brebeuf, Eastern this Week BB By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor SHARPSVILLE - Tri-Central basketball coach John Harding said Thursday morning that all 10 of his first string unbeaten Trojans were infairly good shape for the two weekend games, at Brebeuf Friday night and at Eastern Saturday night The Trojans are 8-0 in their first ever season and have drawn exceptional press notices from the Central Indiana area coaches and writers. Coach Harding said he would start Jeff Modisett and Rick Cyphers, at Forwards; Jim Martin at Center and Dave Harding and Steve Vandiver at Guards. The head mentor said Sophomore Jeff Harlow was developing rapidly and his ability around the boards was a big plus for the Trojans. Too, Roger Whitehead and Rod SANTA'S GIFT HEADQUARTERS SUGGESTS SLAX BY HAGGAR Forever Prest Plus precuf f ed fashion New you don't have to wait for your favorite pair of fashion dress slacks. Haggar's Forever Prest Plus dress slacks are precuffed in your size. 70% Dacron* polyester.30% worsted wool in a wide selection of colors. OPEN EVENINGS TIL CHRISTMAS 5tor* 2". u alveu Johnson were very impressive during the past week's practice and this would make Tri-Central a much better balanced squad. Brebeuf will start at Forwards Fred Bromund 6-4 and Mike Te- tros 6-2; at Center Bob Wing- nertor 6-7; and at Guards Mike Fink 5-8 and Kim Norris 5-11. Two good reserves are Grant Gardes 6-2 and Roy Pace 6. Brebeuf is 5-1 for the season having lost only to Pike which is also 5-1. Tri-Central fans-driving to the Brebeuf game should go south on UA 31 to Road 100 at the north edge of Indianapolis and turn west on Ind. 100 for about four miles and the Brebeuf High School is on the south side of Ind. 100. All Trojan fans know that Eastern High School is in Greentown and 500 fans are expected to back the Trojans at Eastern Saturday night Pro Bas ABA By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB 21 10 .677 ... By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Tipton High School basketball coach John Moses reported his Devil charges in much better physical condition for this week's _ double bill with the Peru Tigers Friday night and the Carmel Greyhounds Saturday night than had the Tipton roundbaUers been the past three weeks. .< All starters are in fairly good shape. Even Jim York has physically improved onboth his right thigh and his left eye. Jim has not been able to play a complete game for three weeks and this has handicapped the Satans terribly. Bob Richardson is movingbet- ter on an injured right ankle and Tim Clouser was running better in practice this week on a leg that is still not strong from last summer's surgery. Louie Ripberger, a strong reserve ballplayer, is on the injured list Jeff Juday, Bill Sullivan, Larry Harper, Mike Jackson, Joe Achenbach and Jerry Cage are atl in fairly good game condition. Peru's Tigers lost it's first, a close one to Logahsport's Berries Wednesday night at Logan 7268 and Coach Moses scouted the game and said both squads were real good and that Logansport handled Big John Garrett, 7 foot Peru center and the State's top prep player very well. Garrett is averaging 32 points per game on .600 field goal shooting. He also takes in about 25 rebounds ^er game. Scores scouts from over in T: ptght to scout John. Ben?, now a Chicago stockbroker, appeared Wednesday of College before a federal grand jury the United investigating possible antitrust States will be in Tipton Friday violations by the NFL. He was *tght to scout John. the only witness of the day. ..Also'tough Peru players are Rick Wolfert, 6*7" Junior; Mar- Be i»* said he told the grand vin Johnson, 6-3; Rick Watson i^Y he left the Browns in 1965 and John Buffington. Too, the to go with the Atlanta Falcons, tigers are blessed with great He stayed in Atlanta only one reserves in Jeff Drinkard, Mark toy because he had been placed JCbmerford and Gree MoTTic on a blacklist, Benz said. South Carolina and Maryland BB Teams Are In Open Warfare PHILLIES' TEACHERS \% PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - V Curt Simmons and WaHy Moses, two long-time baseball _ stars, have been added to the V MarVland staff of the Philadelphia, ' Phillies as part-time instruct tors. ••}, RAZORBACKS' PICK * FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (UPI)-Th£. university of Arkansas' Wednesday announced the hiring of Joe Gibbs, 30, from the University of Southern California, as offensive line coach. By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer South Carolina and Maryland, who weren't supposed to declare open warfare in the Atlantic Coast Conference until next season, got a bit of an early start Wednesday night. South Carolina, the nation's No. 2 " ranked team, was t ; cruising along with a 96-70 lead * bver Maryland with ' 4:52 remaining in the game when a , wild, free-swinging brawl involving players, coaches, fans and police erupted. , Police had to escort coach 'Lefty Driesell and his Maryland team from the South Carolina * court. Officials ruled that the -game was over at that point. Player Socks Coach T Driesell, who was punched in the mouth by one ,of the .•Carolina players during the :• melee, warned Gamecock .Coach Frank McGuire hot to -bring his team to College Park", ~Md„ for their second scheduled " game on Jan. 9. ' . "If they want 'td/fight, then we'll put on boxing gloves," said Driesell, who moved to from Davidson two years ago and who' is in the process of building:' a national title contender. v\ . . McGuire scoffed at Driesell*s warnings and added that the Terrapins, "don't scare us a bit." He said he would take his team to Maryland for the rematch. : Talented Feuders Bad blood has been brewing among the schools since Driese- H's takeover at Maryland two years ago. The Terps boast several fine sophomores, including Howard White, the game's high scorer Wednesday night with 38 points, and have possibly the finest freshman team in the nation. That group includes 6-foot-ll Tom McMillen, the nation's most sought-after schoolboy star last year, and a pair of New York City products, Len Elmore and Jap Trimble, from Lew Alcindor's alma mater. Power Memorial. South Carolina, which ran roughshod through the ACC last season before being stopped by a North Carolina State slowdown in the conference playoffs, is expected to combat Driesell's youngsters with Kevin Joyce, a sophomore who's rated as a potential superstar, and freshman Brian Winters, another potential star via McGuire's "underground, railroad" from New York. No other members of the top 20 were in action Wednesday night. In other games. Fordham defeated Columbia 83-67, Brown beat Yale 79-66, Boston College downed LeMoyne (N.Y.) 106-68, Lmuisiana State whipped Tulane 94-79, Toledo ripped San Francisco State 7154 and Brigham Young walloped Denver 100-72. By United Press International HIGH SCHOOL Logansport 72 Peru 68 Cascade 71 Brazil 65 Wawasee 76 Wheeler 38 Terre Haute State 57 Montezuma 49 COLLEGE Miami, Ohio 70 Ball State 53 St. Joseph's 102 Grand Valley State 72 St. Francis 84 Indiana-Purdue (Fort Wayne) 68 Indiana Tech 94 Bluffton 75 Assumption 106 EvansviUe 91 Pacers Beaten by Colonels 125-110 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) The Kentucky Colonels shook their, "kissing cousin" image -Wednesday night by soundly beating ABA cival Indiana, 125-110. The win snapped a three- game losing streak by Kentucky, but was only the fourth triumph for-, the Colonels in the last 19 games against Indiana. The victory also moved Kentucky to within one-half. game of first place Virginia in the Eastern Division. The loss snapped a four- game winning streak for the Pacers. Dan Issel paced the Colonels . Peru Upset By Logan By United Press International „ The upset ax cut down eighth- rated Peru from the ranks of Indiana's major unbeaten high school basketball clubs Wednesday night. The Tigers, winners of their first six games, fell at twice- beaten and unranked Logansport, 72-68. The ouster of 6-11 Jotn Garrett for- fighting with 5:47 left to play may have led to Peru's ' downfall. Logansport took the lead midway through the third period and hung on. Garrett had scored 23 points and hauled down 13 rebounds. State champion hast Chicago Roosevelt, No. 4 in this week's UPI coaches' xoard ratings, seeks its 42nd regular season victory tonight atthe expense of No. 13 Gary Roosevelt. East Chicago is 4-0 for the season, Gary 4-1. with 32 points and Louie Dampier garnered 24 points. Mel Daniels led Indiana with 23 points and Bob Netolicky followed with 21. Cincy Powell broke a 106-106 deadlock with a shot in the last period to send ;he Cmlonels ahead to stay. Kentucky outscored Indiana 19-4 in the last five minutes to pull away. Kentucky led at all stops, taking a 34-30 first period lead and stretching the margin to 63-51 at the intermission. The third-period score was 91-86. NOT LIKE POP — W£U AOT fXJGTlX M$ P*P M$ * 5/fc#r W3ftOP£ W/7tfT//£ £ox/Mc&c£y/!r£'-£ ft/0£$Z0A&£f?-MP/£/} By Alan Maver Virginia Kentucky Floridians New York Pittsburgh Carolina 20 10 ,667 y 2 14 15 .483 6 13 16 .448 7 12 20 .375 9V 2 10 19 .345 10 West W. L. Pet GB 'Utah 20 9 .690 ... Indiana 18 11 .621 2- Memphis 16 14 .533 4Y 2 ° Denver 10 19 .345 10 Texas 9 20 .310 11 Wednesday's Results Utah 145 Memphis 101 Kentucky 125 Indiana 110 (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games Kentucky at Floridians Memphis at Denver (Only games scheduled) Vincennes No. 1 NJC HUTCHINSON, Kan. (UPI)Defending champion Vincennes was ranked No. 1 today in the National Junior College basketball poll. The Hoosir quintet is undefeated in its first nine games of the season. The Trailblazers collected 10 of 18 first-place votes from the NJCAA coaches' board. San Jacinto of Texas, boastd ing a 14-0 record, was second, and Robert Morris of Pittsburgh, Pa., was third. ketball NBA By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet GB New York 29 10 .722 ... L . Boston 19 11 .633 4 Philadelphia 17 17 .500 8 Buffalo 10 23 .303 14$ Central Division W. L. Pet Baltimore 18 Cincinnati 12 Atlanta. 10 Cleveland 2 \j 1 LEAGUE V STANDINGS . GB 13 .581 ,:t 17 .414 5 21 .323 8 33 .057 18 |: Midwest Division WEDNESDAY NIGHT MENS CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Team Standings 7 W. L. Pet Milwaukee 23 5 .821 Detroit 2 12 .636 Chicago 18 11 .621 Phoenix 19 15 .559 Pacific Division W. L. Pet GB Lms Angeles 18 12 .600 i. San Francisco 20 15 .571 */ 2 San Diego 18 17 .514 2'/ 2 Seattle 14 20 .412 6. Portland 11 24 .319 9'/i' Wednesday's Results Los Angeles 118 Cincinnati 102 Atlanta 128 San Diego 117 New York 108 Cleveland 84 San Francisco 108 Seattle 91 (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games '& Buffalo at Boston Detroit at Phoenix Philadelphia at Seattle (Only games scheduled) Dent Leads In LA.P.G. 1. Jim Dandy Drive In 48 - 16 2. Farmers Loan & Trust Ins. 43-21 3. Ti-On Lounge #1 41-23 4. American Legion 38 - 26 5. Pete's Pizza 37-27 6. Kof C 37-27 7. Ti-On #2 36-28 8. Davis Hybrid 36-28 9. F.Ray Hull 34-30 10. Ross & Doggett Body Shop 32-32 11. Sanburns 32-32 12. Tebco 29-35 13. #3 29.-35 14. Tipton Cleaners 29-35 15. Mfg. Life Ins. 29-35 16. Shoffner's Bar 25 - 35 17. Quick Wash 21-43 /9 -y£jR-otPAPP/>£/rr/c£, HWOU S£C<3^££T/^(J /rwyoXKwr /t: TZ/CMP OFT//£/# 5£J50//, //J* 7ft£ &W£46£#rMc> TOOK CVSR /9'y£M-0£P/}PP#£riT/c£ 0/!6tf/rt Ttf££JMy '30s G£0#G£kV00J>& ' vit.r -f>. MB Team & High Individual Results FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. 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