The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on December 23, 1970 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 23, 1970
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Mosbaugh 2 3 5 7 Hundley 2 2 5 6 McCoskey 12 10 2 34 Morgan 3 4 510 Meyerrose 3 0 0 6 Russell 0 0 1 0 Cruzan' 0 0 1 0 TOTALS 22 2123 65 Page 4 HH Huskies Lose To Southeastern 83-65 By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor FISHERS — Hamilton Southeastern Royals used almost .500 field goal shooting here Tuesday night to clip the Hamilton Heights Huskies 83-65 and give the Huskies a 4-4 record heading into the Westfield Tourney Dec. 29-30. Rick McCoskey hit 12 of 33 field attempts and 10 of 10 tree throj£ shots to rack up 34 points for the Huskies. Don Morgan had an off evening and canned only three of 22 field shots, but struck 4-4 at the foul line for 10 points. The Huskies ended the night with a poor 22 of 81 in the field, while Southeastern hit 35 of 73. The Huskie B team won 4540. HAMILTON HEIGHTS (65) Simpson .0 2 4 7 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1970 Pro Basketball ABA NBA HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN (83) Males Richards Musselman Wiseman Moore Matlock Higginbotham Stevens TOTALS 7 8 11 3 0 3 3 0 3 15 116 5 26 210 3 3 4 7 1 6 1 0 .455 7 .419 8 .371 10 .364 10 3513 20 83 Score by Quarters Hamilton S.E. 20 42 63 83 Hamilton Hgts. 15 28 47 65 Ky State No. 1 Small College NEW YORK (UPI>-Kentucky State, the nation's most productive .team with the country's top college division scorer, today moved into the No. 1 ranking for small colleges. The Thorobreds received 14 first place votes and 258 points from the 30 members of the 35- man United Press International" Board of Coaches who voted this week to ease past Philadelphia Textile into the No. 1 ranking. Textile received eight first place votes and 230 points in finishing second in balloting for COLLEGE BASKETBALL RESULTS By United Press International Indiana 111 Butler 94 \ Kentucky 84 Ore. St. 78 Bos Coll. 69 St Jn. (NY) 66 North Caro. St -77 Dvdsn 64 . Maryland 80 Tampa 72 Loyola (Cal.) 63 Cinci 61 Mass. 87 Hofstra 60 Mich. St 85 Cent mich. 74 Wagner 84 CCNY 81 Pace 113 Pratt 95 Duke 70 Dayton 64 DePaul 94 Sprng HU 65 Nrtheastrn 71 Evansvl 56 Lyla (111.) 82 CorneU 63 Drake 83 Minn. 66 Frdhm 85 Miami (Fia.) 83 Colo. 67 Texas Tech 66 Marietta 73 Knyn 65 Woostr 73 Ashlnd 70, 2 ot N.Mex. 72 N.Mex. St 66 Vanderbilt 130 Miss. 112 UCLA 94 Missouri 75 Colo. St 63 Denver 58 Gonzga 91 Mont St. 81 Utah 105 No. Car. 86 Michigan Invitational (Final Round) Michigan 94 Wyoming 76 (Consolation) Calif. 77 Harvard 74 CLASSIFIEDS ADSt WORK games played through Sunday, Dec. 20. Ashland was third in the balloting, followed by S. F. Austin, Howard Payne, Southwest Louisiana, Kentucky Wes leya, Puget Sound, Assumption and Cheyney state 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 small 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. NEW YORK (UPI)-The United Press International top 20 small college basketball teams with first place votes and won-lost record in.paren­ theses (Third week). Team Points 1. Ky. St (14) (5-0) 258 2. Phila Text (8) (3-1) 230 3. Ashland (5-1) . 145 4. S. F. Austin (5-2) 124 5. Hwrd Payne (2) (7-2) 118 6. S.W. Louisiana (1) (9-0) 85 8. Puget Sound (7-1) 72 9. Assumption (2) (6-1) 70 10. Cheyney St (5-1) 65 11. Tenn. St (1) (3-1) 57 12. Oral Roberts (8-2) 48 13. LA. Tech (5-1) 44 14. Evansville (3) (3-2) 38 15. Cent (Ohio) St (4-0) 37 16. Gannon (4-0) 29 17. Cent Wash. (1) (4-1) 26 18. East New Mex. (5 2) 20 19. Whittenberg (4-0) 13 20. U. Cal. Rvrsde (2-2) 12 Others receiving five or more points: Eau Clair, Youngstown, Delta State, Central Missouri State, Capital, Louisiana State (New Orleans), Seattle Pacific, U. Cal. Irvine, Springfield. WORLD RECORD MOSCOW (UPI) — Adam Gantov of Russia set a world record for the lightweight class in weightlifting by pressing 251 pounds. His lift surpassed the record of 250" pounds ser^a year ago by Russian. Vladislav Krishishin. ALL AMERICAN SOCK by J.S.I. IT'S A SOCK FULL OF JOY! I J.S.I, has a great variety of colors] land comes in three different ^lenghths. J.S.I, has STRENGTH in the I HEEL and TOE. See FALVEYS for your CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS. The ALL AMERICAN SOCK I ^byj.S.I. is $|5()4 DOWNTOWN TIPTON United Press International East W. L. Pet GB 22 11 .667 ... 23 12 .657 ... 15 18 13 16 13 22 12- 21 West W. L. Pet 23 9 .719 21 12 16 17 12 21 12 21 Tuesday's Results Indiana 131 Floridians 123 Kentucky 116 Pittsburgh 100 Texas 160 Carolina 132 Denver 104 Memphis 102 (Only games scheduled) Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at New York Virginia at Indiana Memphis at Utah (Only games scheduled) Virginia Kentucky Floridians New York Pittsburgh Carolina Utah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas Basketball By KURT FREUDENTHAL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A perfect score was No. 1 East Chicago Washington's special Christmas bonus today from the UPI Indiana high school basketball coaches' board. All 19 panel members participating in balloting for games through last Saturday made coach John. Molodet's Senators No. 1, giving them top honors for the third week in a rown East Chicago, with 190 points, owns a nine-game winning streak and is idle until its Monday-Tuesday holiday tourney next week. Behind the front - runners, none of the other "Big 10" members retained the same spots they occupied last week, the result of several top upsets. Gary West climbed from third to second, Michigan City from 11th to third, Gary Roosevelt from 13th to fourth, Jasper from seventh to sixth, South Bend LaSalle from ninth to eighth, and Richmond from 12th to ninth. Gary Up, Riders Down Michigan City and Richmond regained "Big 10" berths while Gary Roosevelt made the elite for the first time after handing East Chicago Roosevelt's defending state champs their first loss in 42 regular season games. As a result, East Chicago's 1. EC Washington (19) 190 2. Gary West 133 3. Michigan City 94 4. Gary Roosevelt 82% 5. EC Roosevelt 81 > 6. Jasper 80 7. Elkhart 69 8. South Bend LaSalle 50 9. Richmond 34% 10. South Bend Adams & New Albany 29 12.: Seymour 26; 13. Evans- Rough Riders were voted down ville North Z$k ; 14. Indianapo- a spot, from fourth to fifth, lis Attacks 19; 15. New Castle, Elkhart slipped from second to seventh after being upset at Mishawaka; South Bend Adams was dropped from sixth to a tie for 10th with New Albany, which was 20th last week. New Albany also made the elite for the first time this season. Gary West amassed 133 points and Michigan City 94. Host East Chicago Roosevelt, the only ranking club in holiday tourney action Tuesday night, easily handled Griffith, 68-51, to qualify against Lake Central for tonight's title scrap. The Breakdown The breakdown, with first places and total points: Kokomo 16; 17. Columbus 14; 18. Peru 13; 19. Muncie Central 12; 20. Batesville 10. Also Oakland City 4; Bloomfield, Marion, Martinsville 3; South Bend St Joseph's, Tell City, Plymouth 2; Mishawaka l'A; Evansville Central, Silver Creek, Indianapolis Washington 1. SERVICES SCHEDULED MILWAUKEE (UPI) -Services will be held Thursday for Tom Fisher, a 70-year-old Wisconsin scout for the Minnesota Twins. Fisher, who died Tuesday, will be buried at Pinelawn Cemetery after services at the Schaff Funeral Home. Merman-Morris Dependable Ambulance Service 314 North Main Street Tipton % DIAL 675- 7449 | College Basketball I.U. Tops Butler 111-94 By United Press International Walt Hazzard made himself right at home in Los Angeles although he was wearing an Atlanta Hawks uniform. Hazzafd, traded away by Los Angeles, scored the winning basket, a 15-foot shot with 36 seconds left, to give the Hawks a 119-115 victory over his old GB teammates Tuesday night. The Hawks trailed by 19 .636 2% points in the second quarter, .485 7% but Hazzard almost singlehan-, .364 ll'/idedly brought them back in the .364 IIV2 third quarter as he scored 19 of his game-high 32 points. The Hawks outscored Los Angeles,' 41-21, in that third period with most of Hazzard's baskets coming on his Alley Omp shot In other National Basketball Association games, Seattle beat. New York, 119-108, Chicago defeated Cleveland, 121-80, Boston turned back San Francisco, 138-108, and Philadelphia overcame a 25-point deficit to beat Phoenix, 133-129, in overtime. New York's flu-stricken center Willis Reed and Bill Bradley, out with a turned ankle, will be back later this week, but the Knicks could have used them against Seattle. Tom Meschery and Lenny Wilkens led Seattle with 20 points each. Philadelphia rookie Dennis Awtrey and veterans Archie Clark, Billy Cunningham and Hal Greer led the comeback against Phoenix, which had led by 72-47 at one point. Awtrey finished with 23 points, including 15 in the last 11 minutes of the third quarter, and Cunningham added 25, 21 in the second half and nine in overtime. Clark had 26 and Greer 23. Jo Jo White got 35 points, 22 in the first half, and John Havlicek got 33, including 20 in the second half, as Boston coasted past San Francisco.. The Chicago Bulls also had an easy time, coasting to their biggest victory margin in their five years in the NBA over hapless Cleveland. It was the Bulls' eighth win in nine games, and Cleveland's 36th loss in 39 games. By United Press International George McGinnis and Joby Wright teamed up for 62 points as Indiana scored a 111-94 college basketball victory over Butler Tuesday night " The 51 fielders by the Hoosiers tied a club record. McGinnis canned 38 points and Wright got 24 as the Hoosiers rolled to their fifth win in six outings. , Indiana held a 56-50 halftime advantage and rolled into an 86-67 lead in the second half, outscoring the Bulldogs during one stretch, 22-6. Butler, now 2-7, was led eby Billy Shepherd with 21 points and Oscar Evans with 20. Indiana outrebounded the Bulldogs, 59-44. Indiana State opened its initial Midwestern Conference campaign with a 105-84 rout of Illinois State.George Pillow and Bob Barker each scored 33 points to lead the Sycamores. Indiana State bit 57.6 from the field. Northeastern trimmed Evansville, 71-56, while elsewhere, Indiana Central bombed Grissom Air Force Base, 100-55; Wright State defeated Rose Poly, 103-91, and Indiana-Purdue of Fort Wayne stopped Ohio State of Lima, 77-72. Kentucky Wesleyan and South Alabama scored victories Tuesday night in a New Castle doubleheader. Kentucky Wesleyan edged Wittenberg, 63-62,. and South Alabama defeated Northern Michigan, 74-58. Anderson ripped Bluffton, 111-83 in the Spring Arbor tourney and Urbana downed Tri- State, 89-70. Pacers Hit Team Record INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Pacers hit a team rec-. ord 11 "home runs" Tuesday night en route to a 131-123 American Basketball Association victory over the Vloridians in the first game of a doubleheader at Louisville. The Pacers are home tonight against Virginia, the eastern division leader. The Indiana victory moved the Pacers to within 2 '/2 games of western division leader Utah. The 11 three-point goals was just one short of Kentucky's league record, and came on just 16 shots from outside the 25-foot circle. Roger Brown bit five of them, Freddie Lewis two. Warren Armstrong three and John Barnhiil one. Lewis wound up with 30 points, Mel Daniels bagged 27, Brown got 24, Bob Netolicky 18 and Armstrong 15. The Pacers overcame an 11- point deficit in the third period and took the lead for good on Brown's fifth "home run," 117-116 with 4:04 to play. Mack Calvin of the Floridians topped all scorers with . 33 points. Blackman New lllini Coach CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UPI)The Illinois athletic board will announce the lllini's new head football coach today, with most observers certain it will be Dartmouth's Bob Blackman. The coming of Blackman was almost as widely reported before official confirmation as the fact that the man hie is replacing, Jim Valek, would be fired after four unsuccessful seasons. Blackman, 52, is one of the winningest coaches in the nation. He has a career record of 150 wins, 49 losses and eight ties in 22 years of coaching. His Dartmouth team was champion of the Ivy League this season and winners of the Lambert Trophy as the best earn in the East If Blackman is the man, he will become the second coach in the Big Ten to desert the Iyy League. Indiana's Johoel2a$ifo3 the other, coming to the Hoosiers from Yale. Valek was fired twice by the board—once before the team's game against Ohio State and again at the end of the season. He was rehired following the Ohio when players threatened to boycott practice if' he was not reinstated. He compiled an overall 8-32 football record. Kentucky won the nightcap of the doubleheader, 116-100 over Pittsburgh. USA Defeats N. Michigan NEWCASTLE — The University of South Alabama with five of the first 12 players from Indiana belted the Northern Michigan University Wildcats 74-58 in the second game of the Newcastle Jaycees Holiday Festival Tuesday night in the Chrysler gymnasium, the world's largest high school gym. Kentucky Wesleyan edged Wittenburg 64-63 in the first game. Mike Lett and Terry Mcintosh, former Tipton Blue Devil stars, both got Into the game for short periods even though both have been on the injured list this early part of the season. Andy Denny, a Hoosier, got 18 points, Kent Carson of Hamilton Heights collected nine markers and Steve Schmltt of Newcastle is on the injured list and did not play Tuesday night the USA Jaguars will play the Kentucky Wesleyan five for the Championship tonight about 8:30 p.m. white the two losers Wittenburg and Northern Michigan tangle for consolation honors at 7 p.m. Alan Tunmer of Tipton is the South Alabama student manager. AAU Prexy Kelly States Beliefs NEW YORK (UPI)— Jack Kelly, president of the Amateur Athletic Union, has served notice that his reign will be an iconclastic one. 5"I woule like to see some of the Qhiladelphia Eagles or the 76ers take up rowing," Kelly said Tuesday. "And take the case of Wilt Chamberlain. He was a great track star in high school and would have been a great decathlon man, if he could have competed in that event as an amateur while maintaining his pro basketball status." Kelly, the . Henley Regatta winner in 1947 and 1949, Pan- Am Game winner in 1955 and 1959, and Olympic bronze medal winner in 1956, believes that the AAU and all amateur sport* "needs a little more consistency, a little less hypocrisy." He sees no reason why a man cannot be an amateur in one sport, a pro in another. PRO HOCKEY *Po, by Milton Rich man a, NEW -YORK (UPI) —Phil Bengtson is gone and Bill Austin most likely is next A couple of others are sure to follow because even an old wide receiver like Percy Shelly could tell the score when he said "If winter comes can spring be far behind?" One man is staying for sure. Paul Brown. He's not going anywhere unless it's too the Super Bowl next' month. Such a prospect was dimmer than a 100-to-l He's not going anywhere unless it's to the Super Bowl next month. Such a prospect was dimmer than a 100-to-l shot before this season began, but after losing six of their first seven, Paul Brown's Cincinnati Bengals came charginb. back like the cavalry. They've won seven in a row now and are looking to mate it eight Saturday when they go against the Baltimore Colts in one of the AFC's semifinal games. The Bengals aren't nearly as Impressive a club as, say, the Minnesota Vikings or the Baltimore Colts. They have no superstar and nobody outside their immediate families can .tell you the names of the players who make up the front four. But somehow the Bengals get the job done and when you talk with any of the Cincinnati players they tell you one man is primarily resrjonsible. Paul Brown. That's the name they all give you. Gets Regular Job Talk to Virgil Carter, For example. He's the Bengals' quarterback and he got the regular job in the fourth game of the season. This is Carter's first season with Cincinnati, Brown having picked him up from Buffalo after Greg Cook, Rookie of the Year last season, suffered a separated shoulder. Carter didn't know quite what to expect of Brown in the beginning. "I heard a great many rumors about him," says the 23-year-old quarterback whom the Chicago Bears fined $1,000 last year because he was critical of the way they handled him. "I was awe-stricken at first and a little hesitant The rumors you hear about him are wrong. He's really an outstanding coach, a very honest guy,a very knowledgable guy, one who knows how to use his personnel and how to surround himself with some outstanding assistant coaches." Paul Brown has some faults. Fewer than most people, though, when you really get down to them. One of his faults isn't immodesty. Ke doesn't pump himself up at the expense of his ball club. Talk to him about the reason for the success <• tf the Bengals and you'll never hear him mention Paul Brown, only his ballplayers. "They're enthusiastic," he. said. "They're just bubbly and everybody's having a great time. It was that way even when we lost. I used to say to the coaches sometimes that I didn't know whether these guys knew they got a shellacking last Sunday afternoon or not. They didn't act like it and now they seem to be the same way when .they win. "They're young, and life is just a big bowl of cherries. Everyxody is having a nice time. I don't think it ever enters their minds that they can be run out of the lot. But it could happen and then everybody would just go home Monday, that's all." Outstanding Quality Paul Brown has this one outstanding ' quality all successful people have. It's called sensitivity. That quality gives him a rare insight into people and enables him to sense beforehand how they'll react. . The key to Brown's success with the Bengals who, after all, are an expansion club only three years old, may lie in the following story of a chance meeting between two 0 1 d friends. The two are Pete Per- reault and Walt Michaels and the chance meeting occurred • following the 1968 football season following Perreault's first year under Brown with , the Bengals. - "How do you feel?" he was asked by Michaels, the New York Jets' defensive backfield coach who played for Brown 10 years with Cleveland. "I'm tired," replied Perreault. "Dead tired." "I know what you mean He's got that capacity," Michaels said meaning Brown. "He drains every ounce of mental and physical energy out of you." A man who manages that is something of a genius. Pete Perreauit, now with the Jets, remembers that meeting with Walt Michaels. He also remembers another habit of Paul Brown's. "He's not a young man b)j any means (Brown is 62) but he still does those calisthenics with everybody else," Perreauit says. "That's his way. He'll never ask you to do what he won't do himself and no matter what, he'll always let you know where you stand." A man who also can manage that is something else. NHL Standings By United Press International East W.'L. T. Pts Boston 22 5 5 49 T New York Montreal Vancouver Toronto Detroit Buffalo Chicago St Louis Minnesota Philadelphia Pittsburgh California Los Angeles 22 6 5 49 15 11 5 35 13 18 3 29 13 18 1 27 10 17 4 24 6 21 5 17 West W. L.T. Pts .21 6 5 47 15 8 8 38 12 15 5 .29 12 14 5 29 8 IS 10 26 11 9 19 16 Tuesday's Results New York 7 Buffalo 2 California 5 Chicago 2 (Only games scheduled) Wednesday's Games Montreal at StHipuis Vancouver at Toronti Pittsburgh at New York Boston at Detroit Chicago at Los Angeles (Only games scheduled) BEAUTIFUL HEW VACAT 10H RESORT DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN! • 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, excit- ing.nj£htlife^golf, racina. boating, water sports. •Windjammer dining Room, coffee shop, 3 cocktail bars (two indoors—one outdoors under the Rooftop Suspended Swim Pool). FREE H0LI0EX .RESERVATION SYSTEM Confirms your reservation immediately, in writing—just call any Holiday Inn or your travel agent. 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