The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 21, 1970 · Page 4
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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Crippled Safaris Edged By Carmel By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor CARMEL — Tipton's crippled Blue Devil basketball quintet battled the Carmel Greyhounds to the wire Saturday night in toe Carmel gym before losing 53-42. The Satans failed to make a free toss until the last quarter when they hit all four of their games free throws. Until the fourth stanza, the Devils had gotten all their 34 points on 17 field goals. Bill Sullivan with seven fielders and no free throws of six attempts had 14 points as did Jeff Juday with six fielders and two free ones. Tim Clouser and Jim York scored two points each, Bob Richardson hit for six, Mike Jackson three and Larry Harper one. Joe Achenbach was in the game but failed to shoot at the bucket The Devils bad 19 fielders on 55 attempts and were 4-12 at the free throw line. They commited only 10 errors as did Carmel, which is not bad for 32 minutes of quick passing. Too, the Devils made nine steals of the ball against Carmels five. Tipton had 17 defensive and eight offensive rebounds, while Carmel led by 6'9" Bill Lake got 26 defensive and eight offensive rebounds. ELOQUENCE ONYX by FOSTORIA ! : j : 9 A cryttal clear blown bowl b V a top on «Wgant onyx base. %V J EARL G. RHODESc ft JEWELER jg A Tipton, Indiana £B CARMEL Duke Ludlow Lake Odom Yde Scott O'Neal Cradle TOTALS TIPTON Clouser York Richardson Juday Sullivan Jackson Harper Achenbach TOTALS Carmel B Tipton B 3 1 5 0 2 6 8 3 20 2 16 2 12 0 4 2 0 1 0 18 17 12 53 1 1 3. 6 7 1 0 0 19 58 35 2 2 2 2 3 6 4 4 4 14 0 3 3 1 0 0 4 1842 Lombard i Award HOUSTON (UPI)- Former Notre ' Dame football Coach Frank Leahy wiil head a committee of 54 coaches and writers named to select the outstanding college player of the year as winner of the Vince Lombari Award. Notre Dame's present coach, Ara Parsegbian, is a member of the committee. The award was created-by the American Cancer Society and the Houston Rotary Club oo honor the late coach Vince Lombardi, who died of cancer earlier this year. YEAR-END SPECIALS AT REAL PRICES- We Want to Close Out Our Inventory NOW! 1969 CHRYSLER 4 door greenvinyltoponeowner - clean low mileage 1968 CHRYSLER 4 door ht-Air Newport Custom one own- ner clean - green 1968 CHRYSLER 4 door sedan Clean priced to sell - Blue 1968 CHEVROLET MALIBU 2 door Ht. White - St stick 307 engine 1968 FORD TORINO Fasfback GT Red - St. stick 1968 DODGE CHARGER 2 door ht. - Blue Black vinyl top One owner 18,000 Actual miles - Real Sharp 1967 Mustang - 2 door ht Brown Automatic Clean - Nice Car 1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 2 door mV Very, Very Clean One owner - Price right 1965 CHEVROLET IMP ALA SS 8 cylinder Clean Ready. 1966 OLDSMOBILE 4 door Ht. Good Car. Green - Look it over - 1961 PONTIAC One owner, air condition, full power - 4 door Ht - White. A real buy! SPECIAL OF THE WEEK! 1966 PLYMOUTH . * _ _ < FURY ii $ 495 4 dr. Good Condition Several Older Cars For Sale At A Good Price- Come Out And Look "Em Over Today!! See Clyde Or Walt Overdof Or Kenny Bourff Clyde Overdorf Motors St. Rd. 28 East Tipton Ph. 675-7426 Pro Basketball PRO FOOTBALL . •»^.^»" • gftOW • | R v VITO STELLINO .man AWc nnntrart NBA ABA Sophomore Lake led in scoring with 20 markers while Bill Yde senior guard collected 12 tallies. Tipton led at the first quarter 16-15 and again at 18-17 before the Greyhounds grabbed the lead and never let go even though the Satans were clawing to the last minute. This leaves Tipton at 1-7 for the season and now Coach Moses will practice the Devils hard for the. next week to be ready for the Marion Invitational Dec 2829. Tipton drew Marion's giants and Kokdmo drew Elkhart in the first night's play. Tickets are on sale for the Marion tourney at the Frisz Cigar Store and Carney's Drug Store. Tipton's B squad lost 58-35 to the Carmel reserves. Tipton fans are to be commended for the large number traveling to Carmel and lending the fine support: NBA Standings By Unihed Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet GB 28 10 .737 ... 20 13 .606 5% including 31 20 17 .541 7 l A for a Net New York Boston Philadelphia Buffalo . By United Press International Rick Barry is back in form, but sometimes not even that is enough for the New York Nets. Barry scored 41 points, in the. second half scoring record, Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix 19 14 13 19 11 22 3 35 Midwest Divison W. L. Pet GB 25 * 6 ,806 23 13 .639 4%points 20 12 .625 5% 20 17 .541 8 Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego Seattle Portland 11 26 .297 16% Sunday night, but New York Central Division ' still went down to its third W. L. Pet GB straight defeat 118-106 against .576 ... the Texas Chaparrals in an .406 5V2 American Basketball Associa- .333 8 tion game. .070 &V2 Barry went on a scoring spree with 3:41 left in the third period while the Chaps led 8467. He scored 21 of the next 23 for the Nets, trimming Texas' lead to 99-90 with 9:51 left, but that was as close as New York got Rich Jones led the Chaps with 23 points while Ron Boone added 19. In the only other ABA game, Merv Jackson led a second- quarter rally that carried Utah < to a 129-108 victory over Carolina. Jackson got 17 points in the first half and wound up with 28. ABA Standings { Ey United Press International j East . V Pacific Division w. 19 21 19 15 12 GB L. Pet 12 .613 ... 16 .568 1 19 .500 3% 22 .405 7 26 .316 10% Sunday's Results New York 133 Phoenix 118 Detroit 136 Cincinnati 135, ot Chicago 116 Cleveland 103 Milwaukee 131 Buffalo 101 San Diego 110 Seattle 108 Phila 134 Portland 132 ot (Only games scheduled) Monday's Games Los Angeles at Milwaukee (Only game scheduled) GB' Kentucky Virginia Floridians New York Pittsburgh Carolina Basketball By United Press International GpLLEGE Kentucky Invitational Purdue 89 Kentucky 83 (final) Marian 90 Indiana-Purdue (Fort Wayne) 79 Indiana Tech 71 St Francis 64 Evansville 97 Eastern Illinois 84 Indiana Central 99 Baldwin Wallace 83 Olivet 78 Tri-State 63 Indiana State 86 San Fernando Valley State 68 Western Kentucky 100 Butler 90 Earlham 84 Franklin 81 Northwestern 76 Valparaiso 49 San Diego State 86 Ball State 75 Berea, Ky. 72Hanover 65 HIGH SCHOOL Elkhart 67 Muncie Central 60 Gary West 87 Chicago Carver 71 New Castle 81 Noblesville 66 South Bend Adams 86 Muncie South 55 Jasper 70 Huntingburg 46 Michigan City 90 Crown Point 82 Gary Roosevelt 59 Indianapolis Attucks 58 Fort Wayne North 64 Kokomo 62 Columbus 95 South Bend Riley 76 New Albany 79 Evansville . Bosse 59 Mishawaka 76 Mishawaka Marian 73 Penn 80 Fort Wayne Catholic 56 Indianapolis W a s h i n g t on 67 Southport 64 Randolph Southern 124 Hagerstown 100 Jeffersonville 68 Silver Creek 66 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 72 South Bend Washington 67 Fort Wayne Snider 79 Washington 68 Goshen 66 Marion 61 Lafayette 67 West Lafayette 54 Lebanon 77 Lafayette Catholic 69 Ben Davis 73 Indianapolis Marshall 71 (2 OT) Rushville 69 Knightstown 62 Seymour 102 Jennings County 81 Honey Creek 73 Clinton 52 Covington 89 West Vigo 64 Bedford 83 Madison 69 Mount Vernon 90 Evansville Harrison 74 Batesvilie 79 Milan 67 Lawrenceburg 81 Harrison, Ohio 70 Fort Wayne Dwenger 83 Fort Wayne Luers 73 Indianapolis Manual 61 Franklin 60 Liberty 72 Aurora 50 W. L. Pet 22 11 .667 22 11 .667 14 17 .452 13 18 13 20 12 20 West W. L. Pet 9 .719 ... 12 .613 3^ 16 .500 7 21 .344 12 21 .344 12 .419 .394 .375 7> 8 s 9 9V 2 GB By VITO STELLINO UPI Sports Writer - It was as neat and tidy as a brightly wrapped Christmas package—and just as welcome for the officials of the National Football League. After 182 games under the new alignment, the regular season ended Sunday with six undisputed champions and two best second-place teams. There were no ties and no coin flips. "It kept the owners from looking like a bunch of donkey s" admitted Detroit Lions owner Bill Ford, who promised the rules will be changed next year to make it impossible for coin flips to decide playoff spots. Coin-Flips Averted And the irony is that, in this season wten it's better to give than receive, the Los Angeles Rams won nothing themselves —but pride—as they guaranteed there would be no coin flips by clobbering the New York 'Giants, 31-3. ' If the Giants had won, they would have taken a playoff berth and George Halas would have flipped a coin at halftime od the San Francisco-Oakland • game on national TV to decide •the playoff spot for the second 'best team between Detroit and .'Dallas. •' Instead, this is the way the playoffs now look: Instead, this is the way the playoffs now look: • Saturday, Dec. 20—AFC, Cincinnati ' at Baltimore; NFC- Detroit at Dallas. Utah 23 Indiana 19 Memphis 16 Denver 11 Texas 11 Sunday's Results Utah 129 Carolina 108 Texas 118 New York 106 ' - Monday's Games Kentucky vs. Floridians at Indiana Pittsburgh at Indiana (Only games scheduled) span. Allen's contract is now up, and owner Dan Reeves, who tried to fire him two years ago, is unlikely to renew it San Francisco would have clinched the Western title if the Giants had beaten the Rams. But once the Rams won, the Forty-Niners went out and won it on their own as John Brodie threw three touchdown passes to cap his finest year as a pro and beat Oakland. Craig Morton threw five TD passes, four to Bob Hayes, as Dallas made the playoffs for the fifth straight year by beating Houston. With second-string quarterback Sam Wyche throwing two TD passes after Virgil Carter left the game with bruised ribs, Cincinnati breezed past Boston, stopping the Pats without a first down for nearly three quarters. . Contenders That Flopped Jim Klick scored three touchdowns and Bob Griese and John Stova added a TD pass each as Miami routed Buffalo. Lem Barney, having an erratic season, was brilliant as Detroit beat Green Bay. He set up 10 points with kick returns totaling 119 yards and then scored on a 49-yard pass interception. Besides the Rams, the two teams expected to make the playoffs this year who failed were Cleveland and Kansas City. Cleveland was eliminated by Cincy's win, but the Browns still beat Denver as Bill Nelsen tossed two TD passes. Kansas Miami's by San Diego as John Hadl threw three TD passes. Final NFL Standings By United Press International MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1970 Trojans Beat Comets Start New Win Streak By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Assist by Tom Gourley GREEN TOWN --Tri-Central's tenacious Trojans, smarting under their first loss of the season Friday night at Brebeuf to the Braves almost overwhelmed Eastern's Comets in the first few minutes .Saturday night jumping off to a 17-3 lead, before letting up and partially coasting to a 94-80 fictory to start another win streak. The Trojans are 9-1 for the season. Jim Martin had another good game, hitting 17 fielders and two charity tosses for 36 points. Also chipping in with points which helped tear the blazing tail off the Comets were Rick Cyphers 16, Steve Vandiver 17, Dave Harding 14, Rod Johnson seven, Jeff Modisett two, and Jeff Harlow two. Coach John Harding with about a 20 point lead used all 12 players before the contest was over. Eastern was led by Bob Nicholson's 29 points and Steve Crites* 27. The little Trojans scored another win by taking the Eastern reserves 60-55. Tri-Central will be .pointing for the Lebanon Tourney December 29-30. The Trojans drew Harrison and Lebanon drew Evansville Reitz on Dec. 29. The. two winners play each other on Dec. 30 for the championship and the losers tangle for the consolation trophy. EASTERN Nicholson Spangler Matthews . Crites Renbarger Caudill Agness Foland TOTALS TRI-CENTRAL Modisett Cyphers Harlow Martin Harding Johnson Whitehead . Vandiver Butler Roler Watkins Reese •• TOTALS Eastern B Tri-Central B 10 0 3 9 0 0 4 1 3 29 1 1 2 9 1 27 1 0 3 0 2 11 4 3 27 26 17 80 1 7 1 17 5 2 0 7 0 0 0 0 5 2 4 16 0 2 2 36 5 14 5 7 0 17 0 0 0 0 40 14 23 94 55 60 Baltimore x-Miami new York Jets Buffalo Boston Clinton Central 92 Zionsville 68 • Danville 81 Granville Wells 51 Monrovia 94 Thorntown 84 NorthWood 74 Columbia City 62 Rising Sun 73 Switz City 62 Evansville Reitz 78 Princeton 65 Hammond Morton^O Gary Wirt 1 • 57 '; Lake Central 82 Hanover Central 58 Hammond Gavit 68 Munster 65 Blackford 70 Portland 62 Winchester 87 Monroe Central 74 Wapahani 53 Union City 52 Eastbrook 59 Frankton 55 Eastern (Hancock) 61 Blue River 50 Delta 98 Centerville 60 North Judson 79 Merrillville 63 TeU City 66 Dale 48 '-Sunday, Dec. 21— NFC, San City, knocked out by Francisco at Minnesota; AFC— triumph, was routed Miami at Oakland. Down To The Wire i; Five clubs—Detroit, Dallas, J Miami, Cincinnati and San -•'Francisco— all clinched spots' ^with victories Sunday. V Detroit blanked Green Bay ,20-0, Dallas routed Houston 52- v !l0, Oiami blasted Buffalo 45-7, v Cincinnati routed Boston .45-7 \and San Francisco beat Oak- 'land 38-7. . v The Rams were in contention 1 for three hours after they beat ^New York, but the San /Francisco victory . ousted the -Rams from the playoffs. In the other games, Minnesota beat Atlanta 37-7 to finish \ with a 12-2 record for the f second straight year, San Diego : upset Kansas City 31-13, Cleveland beat Denver 27-13, Washington edged St Louis 28-27, io Philadelphia topped Pittsburgh ui 30-20 and Chicago topped New "Orleans 24-3. Runners-Up Can Win :I Detroit and Miami wound up b "; qualifying with the best second" place record this year and the , other six qualifiers are the 1 conference champions. Kansas City finished second last year ->and won the Super Bowl and Huskies Edged 71-68 By Smooth Bulldogs Cincinnati Cleveland Pittsburgh Houston LAPEL — Hamilton Heights Huskies were outscored 17-12 in the fourth quarter here Saturday night and lost to the smooth Lapel Bulldogs 71-68 in a White River Conference game. American Conference Ron Buckner, tricky Junior East lefthanded Lapel guard and the W. L. T. Pet onlv TCteran last year's 1*1 2 1 846 Bulldog squad, directed a come- 10 4 0* 7i<froni-behind attack in the last 4 10 1 286 to naU tbe Huskies with 3 10 1 *231 their season loss « Bill 2 12 0 *143 Eliason also had 15 markers Central * as did Buckner. W. L. T. Pet Rick McCoskey plugged 25 tail's " 6 0 .571 ies * or Heights and Don Morgan 7 7 0 Isoo^PP 6 * 1 m wiUl 20 anc * Jeff Mos- 5 9 0 .357 baufb-13. HAMILTON HEIGHTS Simpson Mosbaugh Hundley McCoskey Morgan Meyerrose TOTALS 2 4 213 2 2 4 25 1 20 1 4 24 20 12 68 Score by Quarters Lapel 15 29 54 Hamilton Heights 13 34 56 71 68 Oakland Kansas City San Diego Denver 3 West W. . 8 7 10 1 .231 L. T. Pet 4 2 .667 5 2 .583 5 6 3 .455 5 8 1 .385 X-Gained playoff berth with best 2nd-place record in conference. The Huskies travel to Hamilton Southeastern Tuesday night in another conference game and then rest until the Westfleld Tourney Dec. 29-30. Southeastern High School is east of Ind. 37 and road signs on Ind. 37 just north of Fishers will give directions to the school. COUGARS GET JOHNSON GREENSBORO, N.C. (UPI) — The Carolina cougars Friday acquired 6-foot-9 center Rich Johnson, plus a high draft choice and cash from the Floridians in exchange for center Ira Harge. National Conference East (Marion) North Central Speedway 77 Indianapolis Shortridge 82 Bre­ beuf 67 Indianapolis N o r t h w e s t 83 Beech Grove 62 Indianapolis Scecina 65 Indianapolis Ripple 61 Indianapolis Cathedral 78 Indianapolis Chatard 58 Anderson Madison Heights 59 Indianapolis Tech 55 Carmel 53 Tipton 42 Heritage Christian 57 Lansing,"' Mich. Christian 47 ^ "old 1 79'-'Detroit, which closed out with ''five straight victories, has a 'good shot at it this time. It didn't take much time for . the Rams to make sure there' wouldn't be any need for Halas to flip any coins. After being forced to punt the first time they had the ball, the Rams scored the next four times they had it en route to a 24-3 lead ' and coasted past the Giants. , The Rams were annoyed that were written off as an team after last Monday W. L..T. Dallas 10 4 0 New York Giants 9 5 0 St Louis 8 5 1 Washington 6 8 0 Philadelphia 3 10 11 Pet .714 .643 .615 .429 .231 Minnesota x-Detroit Chicago Green Bay Central W. L. T. Pet. 12 2 0 .857 10 4 0 .714 6 8 0 .429 6 8 0 .429 LAPEL Ray Parks Eliason Howell Buckner Lewis Blake Hudson Hudson TOTALS 4 3 6 4 7. 5 1 0 0 4 8 2 6 115 512 315 111 1 2 0 0 2 30 11 17 71 Fort Wayne South 76 DeKalb 68' Southern Wells 79 Eastslde 54 Bellmont 70 Adams Central 47 Wabash 63 Mississinewa 60 South bbend Clay 70 Glenn 67 South Bend Jackson 63 LaVille 60 South Bend St Joseph's 74 Portage 69 Michigan City Marquette New Prairie 79 "^ Argos 64 Bremen 62 Westville 76 Boone Grove 58 Triton 63 Culver 55 West Central 62 Kouts 50 Nbrthridge 65 Pierceton 64 Prairie Heights 55 Bronsonj (Mich.) 53 Carroll (Allen) 74 West Noble 49 Westview 68 Homestead 59 Delphi 76 Twin Lakes 74 Maconaquah 60 Taylor 56 Winamac 45 North White 43 ' j- night's loss to Detroit As Merlin Olsen put it, "we were ' ridiculed and laughed at by a number of people who said we ' were a group of old men who ; couldn't do the job and this hurt us because this is a team '•'of great heritage and pride." '' Rams'Finish Soured 88 But it was still a disappoint• y. . ing season for the Rams, who have yet to win a single playoff game in George Allen's five-year term as head coach and failed to even make the playoffs three times during that West W. L. T. Pet San Francisco 10 3 1 .769 Los Angeles 9 4 1 .715 Atlanta 4 8 2 .333 new Orleans 2 II 1.143 X-Gained playff berth with best 2nd-place record in conference. Sunday's Results Cincinnati 45 Boston 7 Miami 45 Buffalo 7 Detroit 20 Green Bay 0 Los Angeles 31 N.Y. Giants 3 Minnesota 37 Atlanta 7 Phila 30 Pittsburgh 20 Washington 28 St Lmuis 27 Chicago 24 New Orleans 3 DaUas 52 Houston 10 San Francisdo 38 Oakland 7 Cleveland 27 Denver 13 san Diego 31 Kansas City 13 NEW YORK (UPI)-Schedule for the National Football League playoff games: Saturday Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1 p.m. EST, televised by NBC. Detroit at Dallas, 4 p.m. EST, televised by CBS. Sunday San Francisco at Minnesota, 1 p.m. EST, televised by CBS. Miami at Oakland, 4 p.m. EST, televised by NBC. The four winners play for conference titles Sunday, Jan. 3, with sites to be determined by the results of the semifinal games. . . Mcintosh, Left Ready for Play Two former Tipton Blue Devil basketball players, Terry Mcintosh and Mike Lett will be in uniform for South Alabama University team Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the Newcastle Jaycee Sponsored Basketball Tourney in the worlds largest high school gym. Mcintosh and Lett will start for South Alabama Tuesday night 9 p.m. against Northern Michigan University. The first game at 7 p.m. has Kentucky Wesleyan vs Wittenburg College. The two winners on Tuesday night will play for the championship on Wednesday 9 p.m. and the losers will tangle in the consolation game at 7 p.m. Tickets for this Newcastle Holiday Festival Tourney are on sale at Frisz Cigar Store, Blue Front Drug Store and Carney's Drug Store. 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