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Page 4 College Basketball "1 Jim McDaniels and his Western Kentucky teammates have been lying in wait for Jacksonville ever since last season's NCAA tournament The wait paid off on Wednesday night as Western Kentucky, ranked lltii, defeated thethird-ranked Dolphins 97-84. The victory left Western unbeaten in six games, and Jacksonville lost for the first time after five victories. In last season's NCAA Mideast Regional, Jacksonville eliminated the Hilltoppers in the semifinals. It was also somewhat of a personal triumph for the 7-foot McDaniels against Jacksonville's 7-2 Artis Gilmore. McDaniels poured in 46 points compared to Gilmore's 29, but GiImore\ had the edge in rebounding 18-11. First-ranked UCLA also remained unbeaten in six games by crushing St. Louis 79-65, but UCLA coach John Wooden wasn't satisfied. "This season we appear unable to get really fired up," he said. "It "isn't cockiness, but it might be overconfidence— subconsciously." ' ?. In other games Wednesday, Tennessee beat Oregon State 89-61, Fordham defeated Florida 72-65, Memphis crushed Missouri 108-86, Iowa beat Iowa State 87-68, Nebraska edged Wichita State 72-71, Northwestern beat Western Illinois 95-85 and Villanova defeated Shanford 96-76. INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Bellarmine 112 Indiana State at Evansville 84 New Castle Tourney Kentucky Wesleyan 81 Southern Alabama 65 final Spring Arbor Tourney Anderson 120 Saginaw 85 (consolation final) Tri-State 66 Spring Arbor 65 (third place) HIGH SCHOOL Huntington 103 Blackford 71 Carroll 70 East Noble 69 Indianapolis Washington 73 ln- dianapoiis Manual 54. Decatur Central 83 North Csn- tral 76 Holiday Tourneys At Madison Heights Alexandria 77 Noblesville 69 Anderson Madison Heights 78 Greenfield Centra] 70 final At Washington Jennings County 84 Bedford 79 Washington 75 Terre Haute Wiley 59 final At Tell City Cannelton 65 Corydbn 55 Tell City 79 Perry Central 51 final At Columbia City Lowell 66 Lakeland 60 Columbia City 72 Lowell 64 North Judson 58 Lakeland 52 Lowell 66 Lakeland 60 Columbia City 73 North Judson 62 final At East Chicago Hammond 64 Griffith 59 East Chicago Roosevelt 83 Lake Central 54 At Brookvilie College Corner 74 Blue.River 71 Brookvilie 90 North Dearborn 60 final At Fountain Central Fountain Central 70 Attia 61 Covington 91 Seeger 64 final At Owen Valley Edgewood 86 South Putnam 71 Owen Valley 62 Cloverdale 71 final" By United Press International : East Del 86 Towson St (Md) 65 South Tenn 89 Oregon St 61 W. Kentucky 97 Jacksnvl84 Memphis 108 Missouri 86 Fordham .72 Florida 65 Midwest Kent Et 67 Pittsburgh 60 Detroit .79 Spring Hill 56 IoWa 87 Iowa St 68 . Nebraska 72 Wichita St 71 Northwestern 95 W.I11. 85 Southwest Rice 98 SW Texas 94 (2ot) Tulsa 103 Texas A&M 71 West San Barb 78 Temple 68 Villanova 96 Stanford 76 ' Creighton 73 San Diego St 68 UCLA 79 St. Louis 65 RACING AWARDS NEW YORK (UPI>- Harness and flat racing will be honored Jan. 23 at the sports lodge of B'nai B'rith's annual Bill Shrine All Star Gridders Ready For Orange Bowl Game Christmas Night By FRANK EIDGE MIAMI (UPI)-It's how the unsung heroes bowl, the Shrine College All-Star Game in the Orange Bowl Christmas night, and you can believe 56 players will clash with ail the zeal of Notre Darners trying to upset the No. 1 Texas Longhorns. "Time was when the Shriners were able to sign up some of the brightest stars in college! football to play, for the benefit of crippled children. The Oakland Raiders' George Blan- JUNJOH'S "66" SERVICE TIRES t BATTERIES • Tune-up * Brake Servlc*] •Washing 'Lubrication • Wbeel Balancing DIAL 675-2540 122 W. Jefferson Tiptoe AUTO BODY NmvrLook£ox Towur Did Car Hara'a th» placa to coo* fpr an export body job that will girt your car "lik*-n»w" looka . .. tart. SM IS for glass installation and radiator repair. NANKINS BODY SHOP 455 Sveetland da, Sonny Jurgensen of the Washington Redskins, Alan Ameche of the Baltimore Colts, and Mississippi's fabled Barney Poole were only. a few of the big-name players participating in the 22 years past. Now the dozens of post season bowl games tie down the big college performers. This gives a chance to some really good football players from the small colleges and the bowl runner up teams to show their stuff before a national television (ABC) audience and, more important, a big battery of pro team scouts. , Take little Jim Lindsey of Sweeny, Tex. Few outside of his Southwest small college circuit have heard of him and at 5-11, 185 pounds he's not on many pro scouting lists as a quarterback. But Lindsey has to have something on the ball, for in his college career he has amassed a total of 8,721 yards passing to shatter all offense records "on all college books. This season he averaged more than 300 yards per game while throwing for 25 touchdowns. Lindsey will play for the South All-Stars. On the North All-Stars bench is Lynn Dickey, who has been praised by many football players. He's the guy who set nine Big Eight conference passing records and led Kansas State to upset victories over Oklahoma and Missouri. But what about Ken Anderson of Augustana College in Illinois? His credentials are more impressive. In his career he has accounted for 6,333 yards and 50 touchdowns passing and has run for 22 more touchdowns. He also started kicking in his junior . year and accounted for 29 extra points and nine field goals. The scouts have their eyes on him. The heroics get underway at 4:30 p.m. Christmas Day. On the strength of some big and proven linemen from the Big 10 teams not going to the Rose Bowl, the North All-Stars are favored to capture their fifth victory in a row. The series now stands 11-10-1 in favor of the South. Louie Guenther has Great Grid Career Louis Guenther, former Tipton High School great in football, basketball, track and baseball has just completed four years of varsity football for the tough Hillsdale College team, Hillsdale, Michigan. Louis played offensive halfback on this years Hillsdale unit which finished the season with nine wins-and two losses in tough college competition, which included such opponents as Northern Michigan University, Wayne University, Ashland, Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky and Manka- ta, Minnesota. Louie scored six touchdowns this season and picked up about 500 yards in addition to taking care of his offensive blocking assignments. He said he now wants to finish his major in education, try professional football and then become a teacher and coach. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Brawl Leads to Player Arrests THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24,.I 070 ro Basketball NBA Blue-Gray Gridders Prep for Dec. 28 MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) — Collegiate players from the North and South continued preparations today for the 33rd annual Blue-Gray football game on Dec. 28. North head coach Bob Bow- ~ den of West Virginia continued to alternate . his quarterbacks and indicated he would not name his starter before Sunday or Monday. He has his own Mike Sherwood and Boston College's Frank Harris to go against the Gray squad coached by Paul Dietzel of South Carolina. Dietzel said he would start Tommy Sugge, whom he brought with him from South Carolina. He said Suggs would start the first quarter and Bill Montgomery of Arkansas would start the second. Also in the Gray backfield will be running backs David Abercrprabie of Tulane and Ray Yauger of Clemson. The North will counter with Fred Willis of Boston College and James Harrison of Missouri. Corum Memorial Awards dinner. Herve Filion, the world's leading harness racing drive in each of the past three years, and hockey Willie Shoemaker, who broke Johnny Longden's mark of 6-032 winners last September, will be cited for "high principle and achievement in sports in 1970." INDIANAPOLIS . ( U P I ) .Coach Al Bianchi of the Virginia Squires and two of his star players, 6-11 center John Eakins and 6-7 rookie ace Charlie Scott, were scheduled to go to court today as the aftermath of a brawl during an American Basketball Association game with the Indiana Pacers. Fists flew during their league game at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum Wednesday night, shortly after Pacer coach Bobby Leonard was ejeeied.He was assessed two technical fouls for complaining too vehemently decisions by referee Earl Strom.' The three Squires were released on -bond after being charged with assault and battery and resisting arrest. The brawl broke out near the end of the second period of a game which the Squires dominated virtually from the start, coasting to a 146-128 victory. After Leonard was bounced, Pacer center Mel Daniels and Mike Maloy of the Squires were involved in an argument, after Maloy tumbled to the floor. George Carter, who led. the winners with 32 points, stormed off the bench und was promptly called for a echnicai foul when he went to Maloy's aid. Players from both teams then emptied the benches. Police said several spectators poured from the stands onto the floor and joined the shoving, jostling players. HOT-TEMPERED MANAGER SAN. "JUAN, P.R. (UPI)Pittsburgh Pirate outfielder Roberto Clemente was.suspend­ ed for a week Wednesday and fined $100 by the Puerto Rico Professional Baseball League for alleged disrespect toward an umpire in a game last Saturday. Clemente is player- manager of the \San Juan Senators in the island's winter baseball league. GB By United Press International East W. L. Virginia 23 11 Kentucky 23 12 Floridians 15 19 New York 14 18 Carolina 12 21 Pittsburgh 13 23 West W. L. Pet. 23 10 .697 21 13 .618 17 17 .500 13 21 .382 Pet. 676 .657 .441 .438 8 .364 10% .361 11 8 GB 2% 6% 10>/2 12 21 .364 11 FOR THE RECORD - - - By Alan Mover R£P£J7£P GOM Of 7//£ 7A £.£//r X • f££M£P r #4T7//£ Af/6#T #/}Y£7W£MW5T ff£CCW <?f <?a M£/>{/T 6££M£P fti$6/B££ * 3£lOh/ .fOO 7£M /V/GAT £tf£tf G&C/fy MP£R 7fl£ //£*Y Payoff $ysrm far yam COOK T#£ '934 G/J475 MP 7ff£ POO*£$7 #£<S&W? f£A £ot rfl£yir£f?£8-5 . 6/£, Bur 6&4r.7ff£ #£4fi$ .W W££A*fM /?%&m y T£*M$ 7/££> roX/WJFL PM$/0tfCF'aH'//./!A[P/// We A!/M£SOT4 WtfArt/t/ZCW/Sto/f T/T££ #/r/V7#£P£C0RPZ0W0£. S7A i Fotlurr.t SumliCKtC Uhah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas Wednesfay's Results New York 116 Pittsburgh 95 Virginia 146 Indiana 128 Denver 109.Floridians 102 Memphis 105 Utah 104 Mike Renie Gets Varsity Award Lafayette, Ind. ~ Mike Renie, a 6-1, 190 pound defensive halfback from Tipton, Ind., was one ; of 56 players awarded varsity football letters at Purdue this fall. Renie, who saw 26 minutes of action as the Boilermakers posted a 4-6 record, was one of the 15 juniors so honored. The Boilermakers voted flanker Stan Brown (Richmond, Calif.) their Most Valuable Player. Brown led the country inkickoff returns this fall. The senior speedster ran back three of 19 kickoffs for touchdowns and led the Boilermakers in scoring with nine touchdowns for 54 points. The Boilermakers also voted linebacker Verio Paraskevas (Cleveland Hts., Ohio) and offensive tackle Donnie Green (Portsmouth, Va.) honoarary captains of the 1970 Purdue team. Defensive halfback Mike McDaniel (Johnston City, n..) was voted the Leonard Wilson Award for the squad member who works his way up from the preparation team to letterwinner. McDaniel took over a starting corner backer spot midway through the season. For their play against Indiana in the season finale, Old Oaken Bucket Awards went to halfback Otis Armstrong (Chicago, III.) and defensive end RickTekavec (Rice Landing, Pa.) 33 lettermen will return to head coach Bob DeMoss next fall when the Boilermakers will play a 10 game schedule includingeight Big Ten tilts. Bob Kauffman of the Buffalo Braves protested too much. Buffalo trailed the Chicago Bulls 62-60 with 3:27 gone in the third quarter Wednesday night when Kuuffman was ejected for shouting an obscenity for what tie believed was a foul. In the next four minutes, Chicago moved to a 74-63 lead and went on to win 104-103. When Kauffman got heaved out of the game by. referee Jake O'Donneli, he had scored 13 points. He is the Braves'' leading rebounder and scorer. Bob Love had 31 points for Chicago, and Chet Walker 29. In other games in the National Basketball Association, San.Diego raced to a 133102 victory over Atlanta as Elvin Hayes and Calvin. MurOhy combined for 50 points, and Tom van Arsdai'e's 37 points led Cincinnati over Baltimore 120115. NBA Standings By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet, GB 28 11 .718 ... Hole-ln-One For Bill Elliott , Bill ElliottSr., veteran Tipton Golfer and Horseshoe Pitcher playing in a foursome on the new nine at the Tipton Municipal Golf Course Wednesday, Dec. 2 scored a hole in one on the No. 5 hole, of 182 yards with a No. 5 wood. Playing with Elliott and attesting were Lester Bringle, Roger Pitney and Char las Rice. This was the first ever hole in one on the new nine No. 5 and will give Elliott a spot in the Indiana Hole in One Contest in Indianapolis next summer. New York Boston Philadelphia Buffalo I.U. Flies To Coast BL'OOMINGTON, Ind. — Christmas Day will be a travel day for Indiana's Basketball squad, as it flies to Portland, Ore., for the Far West Classic opening game Saturday night. The 12-man traveling squad leaves here at 1:45 p.m. Friday and from Indianapolis at 3:40, scheduled to arrive in Portland at 9:10 PST. Return on Thursday, Dec. 31, calls for 11:45 a.m. PST, departure from Portland and 8:31 EST arrival in Indiana- 21 13 .618 4 l /i polis. Headquarters in Portland 21 17 .553 6',2 11 27 .289 164 Central Division . W. L. Pet. GB 19 15 .559 ... 14 19 .424 12 23 .343 3 36 .077 18'.2 Midwest Division W. L. Pet 26 6 .813 ... 22 12 .647 5 23 13 .639 5 20 18 .526 9 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 19 14 .576 .., San Francisco 21 17 .533 V. Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Chicago Detroit Phoenix will' be the Holiday Inn. Players making the trip are Ed Daniels, Steve Downing, Rick Ford, Larry Gipson, Jim Harris, ... George McGinnis, Jerry Memer- i l , 2 ing, John Ritter, Jeff Stocksdale, Bootsie White, Frank Wilson and Joby Wright. GB San Diego 21 18 ,538 1 Seattle 16 22 .421 ; Portland 11 27 .289 10' Wednesday's Results \ Chicago 104 Buffalo 103 Cincinnati 120 Baltimore 115 San Diego 133 Atlanta 102 (Only games scheduled) No Games Today rtMM LEAGUE STANDINGS WEDNESDAY NIGHT MENS CITY BOWL ING LEAGUE PRO FOOTBALL By United Press International Paul Brown, the old master, is back way before anyone expected him. Brown, who built a dynasty at Cleveland, takes his come- lately Cincinnati Bengas to an American Football Conference playoff game at Baltimore Saturday against the Colts. Brown, a man with a flair in the past for accomplishing the improbable, even admits he didn't expect to wind up .with any titles this year, but Baltimore rookie coach Don McCafferty, who played for Brown back in 1941 and 1942 at Ohio Etate, wasn't too surprised by the Bengals. 'We're Impressed' "Im trying to get my people alerted' to the situation," McCafferty explains, "because I know what the old master can do. He has a knack of getting people up for a big game. The Bengals are like a swarm of hornets. They're aggressive and have good speed. We're impressed by them." However, McCafferty has an old master of his own in the Baltimore lineup. His name is Johnny Uniae"be's pulled us through so many cliffhangers I can't remember them all," McCafferty said of Unitas. "He's played fine, dpne a good job." The Colts finished the regular season at 11-2-1, but eight of the victories were by eight points or less. The Bengals wound up at 8-6. Lions Have Respect In Saturday's other playoff game, the Detroit Lions face the Dallas Cowboys at the Cotton Bowl in a National Conference showdown. Lions coach Joe Schmidt, whose five-year plan . has matured a year early, says it is pretty hard to forget the last time Detroit played the Cowboys in the Cotton Bowl and scoffs at the idea of being the three-point favorite. Schmidt was in onlz bis second year as head coach of the Lions in 1968 when Detroit opened its regular season schedule in the Cotton Bowl and had to go with rookie Greg Landry at quarterback because of injuries to starter Bill Munson. Dallas won it 59-13. "We have a greatrespectfor the Dallas defense," he added, "which has a front four we rate right up there with Minnesota and Los Angeles. Our main problem will be the speed of Hayes (wide receiver Bob Hayes) and the running of Calvin Hill and Duane Thomas." NEW YORK (UPI) - San Francisco's John Brodie and Minnesota's Alan' Page, who will be colliding Sunday at Metropolitan Stadium in Minnesota, finished 1-2 in th balloting for the United Press International National Football Confer- ece "player of the year" in 1970. , Brodie became the fifth consecutive quarterback to win the award in voting by 36 sportswriters and broadcasters from the 13 NFCciUes.' The San Francisco quarter? back received 12 votes to seven for Page. Ten other players received one or two votes each 1 . San Francisco plays Minnesota Sunday in an NFC playoff game in which Brodie.will be trying to pass over the rush of the Minnesota front four paced by Page. Brodie led the Forty-Niners to their first division title in the 25 i year history of the franchise when he threw • three touchdown passes in the regular season finale against Oakland last SUnday to nail down the crown. 'The performance climaxed the best season of Brodie's career— he hit on 223 passes for 378 yards, 59 per cent, had only 10 passes intercepted and gained an average of 7,9 yards per pass. NEW YORK (UPIV-Marlin . the Magician has turned from an also-ran passer to the leading pass receiver in the American Football Conference. Marlin Briscoe, who broke, into pro football as a quarter- (Continued on page six) Sport's Parade (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By MILTON RICH MAN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI)— No, I don't care to bet, so don't call me, I'll call you, but I keep seeing Cincinnati in the' Super Bowl. For that to ever happen the Bengals are gooing to have to beat Baltimore Saturday and I can see them doing that all right, even though the Colts have Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall going for them along With the odds in their own backyard. I also see San Francisco upsetting Minnesota, Detroit developing into another disappointment for Dallas and Oakland taking care of Miami. Maybe now you're busting to know how Cincinnati makes out in the Super Bowl? 1 have to break down and admit I can't see that far. Winning Strategies The one thing you can count on is Cincinnati coming into Saturday's game well-coached. Paul Brown is the same kind of perfectionist with his players that Rembrandt was with his oils and I get a kick out of the way he compares his present Bengals with his old champion Cleveland Browns. The only way San Francisco is going to beat Minnesota on toe Vikings* home ice is with short passes. Besides, the Forty-Niners have the best possible man for those short tosses. John Brodie. Talk to the guys whose job it is to defend against his passes sometime. You know how on a good.day you can see forever? On one of John Brodie's good days it seems like you're getting beat forever. They Make The Difference As far as the Detroit Lions are concerned they believe Saturday's ball game with Dallas amounts to their entire season? I've always been a Tom Landry man and still am, but I've seen Dallas pull up short too often and Craig Morton, still hasn't made a believer out of me. That's why I'm going with the Lions. Which brings me to toe three reasons I like Oakland over Miami Sunday—linebacker Dan Connors, defensive tackle Tom Keating and defensive back Dave Grayson. Even more than Daryle' Lamonica and George Blanda, they generally determine whether Oakland wins or loses. One more thing." All four of these tremendous predictions could wind up tremendously wrong. But don't bet and don't fret because the place I'd like most to be right is here where I wish you all toe happiest holiday ever—and a little peace and quiet wouldn't hurt either—no matter which teim wins or loses. Team Standings Davis Hybirds 36-32 Dick Sanburn Inc. 35-33 Jim Dandy Drive In 52-16 Tipton Cleaners 33-35 Farmers Loan & Trust Tebco 33-35 Co, Ins. 47-21 Team #3 33-35 Ti-On Lounge #1 41-27 Ross & Doggett Body Ti-On Lounge #2 40-28 . Shop 32-36 American Legion 38-30 . Manufacturers L ife Ins 29-39 Pete's Pizza 38-30 Shoffner's Bar 25-43 Knights of Columbus 38-30 Quick Wash 24-44 F. Ray Hull & Son Inc 38-30 TEAM & HIGH INDIVIDUAL RESU1TS Quick Wash (D. Fike 581) over Pete's Pizza (J. Huggler 578) 3-1. ' Tipton Cleaners (B. Morrisett 606) over Manufacturer's Life Ins. (C. Hinshaw 539) 4-0. Jim Dandy (V. E. Witham 640) over Shoffner's Bar ( ) 4-0. Team #3 (Everling 519) over Ross & Doggett Body Shop (H. Wilson 397) 4-0. . • "• . Ti-On Lounge #2 (D. Myers 584) over Blind ( --) 4-0. F. Ray Hull & Son Inc. (W. Walz 596) over Davis Hybirds (H. Nightenhelser 614) 4-0. Dick Sanburn Inc. (J. Orr 574) over Knights of Columbus (B. Altherr 616) 3-1. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. Ins. (D. Heflin 593) over American Legion (L. Leininger 508) 4-0. Tebco (N. Pyke 579) over Ti-On Lounge #1 (R. Scott 532) 4-0. V. E. Witham rolled 640 for the high 3 game series. Bob Altherr rolled 616 for the 2nd high 3 game series. V. E. Witham rolled 236 for the high single game. Bob Altherr rolled 233 for the 2nd high single g-ame. Get 50 Extra Top Value Stamps from CLARK (The Premium People) at——-816 East Jefferson Street CUP THIS COUPON WORTH 50 EXTRA This coupon is worth 50 extra Top Value Stamps with a purchase of $3.00 or more at any participating Clark Super 100 station giving Top ^Value Stamps. 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