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Page 4 REVIEW OF THE YEAR-By Alan Maver-, -APRIL -1 THE TIPTON (INDI/NA) DAILY TRIBUNE Suggs Passes South To 38-7 Grid Victory TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1970 NFL May Increase TV Game Blackout Distributed by King Fnttn; Toledo Crushes W & M 40-12 In Tangerine By DAVID LLANGOFRD • ' ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI) When Coach Frank Lauterbur told his Toledo Rockets he was leaving them to take over at Iowa, they took it "like the mature kids they, are" and went out to crush William & Mary, 40-12, in- the Tangerine Bowl Monday night. "It becomes official (today) at 8 a.m. —I have nothing to say except that someone jumped the gun on the release," Lauterbur told newsmen, who had been suspecting all week he would succeed Ray Kagel at the Big Ten school. "I did teli my team at the pre-game meal that I'm going to Iowa,'' he said. "They took it like the mature kids they are. A few said, 'Coach, we would have been disappointed in you Ealey, the Mid-American Conference Back of the Year, who fired a nine-yard touchdown pass to Don Fair and raced three yards for another touchdown. William & Mary held the Rockets in the first quarter, taking a 6-0 lead on Todd Bushnell's nine-yard run, but quarterback Steve Regan's harmless two-yard touchdown run in the final two minutes wa the only other bright spot for the Southern Conference champs. Between the Indian touchdowns, Toledo scored on a one- yard plunge by Charles Cole, a 15-yard run by Tony Harris, and a nine-yard run by fullback Joe Schwartz. After Ealey hit Fair with the nine-yard scoring pass and scored from the three By JIM MCGREGOR MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) — If Monday night's Blue-Gray game was the last football contest for Tommy Suggs, the South Carolina quarterback went out in fine style. The 5-9, 190-pound native of Lamar, S.C., who thinks he is too short to make a professional team, passed for 211 yards and two touchdowns to lead the South to a resounding 38-7 win over the North in the. 33rd annual charity game. "I would love to play pro, but I think I'm going to be too short," said Suggs as he posed with his mother and his Most Valuable Player Trophy. Suggs had lots of help in the win from Don Pederson of Florida State, whm was a last- minute reppacement of the Gray squad. Pederson, filling in for flanker Frank Lewis of Grambling who did not report because of an injury, caught seven passes for 132 yards and a touchdown. Anderson Aids Cause Another South Carolina native, Jack Anderson of Clemson, also aided the Southern cause before 23,000 fans and a national television audience. Anderson carried the ball only five times for 23 yards, but picked up two touchdowns on short runs. Ray Yauger, Anderson's Clemson teammate, picked up 44 or 14 carries. David Abercrombie of Tulane, Most Valuable Player in the 1970 Liberty Bowl, caught five passes for 48 yards and a score. Linebacker Rick Kin- grea, also of Tulane, picked off a pass by Mike Sherwood of West Virginia and rambled seven yards for a score. Jack Simcsak of Virginia Tech was good on five extra point tries and added a 22-yard field goal. Sherwood and Frank Harris of Boston College, the other Blue' quarterback, never got their team roiling against the tough South defense. They completed only six of 20 passes for a minus two yards. The Blues did somewhat better on the ground with James Harrison of Missouri, Fred Willis of Boston College and Ward Walsh of Colorado combining for 147 yards. North's Outstanding Players Harrison, a 235-pound fullback, picked up 46 yards and a touchdown and was named mo s t outstanding offensive player for the North. The press voted Jay Wallace, a middle . guard from Missouri, as the North's top defensive player. South defensive honors went to end Rusty Ganas of South Carolina, but Coach Paul Dietzel of South Carolina had considerable praise for Kingrea and Dick Biddle of Duke, his two linebackers. "I- have never seen two better ball players," Dietzel said. Biddle, Mike Walker of Tulane and Dick Bumpas of Arkansas ' stopped Blue drives with fumble recoveries. Georgia Tech's Bubba Hoats stopped another with a pass interception. The win gave the South an 1813-1 edge in the series. . College Basketball By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer One of the. country's 10 top- ranked teams has fallen and at least one more faces certain defeat as the Christmas-week whipped Okiahoma State, 71-58, in first-round games of hhe Big Eight Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. The tournament's ' "big team" debuts tonight When llth-ranked Kansas faces Iowa college basketball tournaments State with Colorado playing if you turned something like, himself, defensive back John that down.' "It's just like them to say something like that." As • for the Tangerine Bowl, Toledo's 23rd straight win under Lauterbur, he said the team "never was really worried about the outcome." The outcome was decided by an awesome offensive display directed by quarterback Chuck Niezgoda finished the Rocket attack with . a 52-yard runback of an intercepted pass. "We were not strong enough, we were not quick enough," Indian Coach Lou Holtz summed it up after the game. "Never in my fondest dreams did I think they had the overall- team speed and quickness they showed against us." Nebraska in the other semifinal game. Title Game Tonight Arizona beat Texas A&M, 90-. 76, and . Mississippi State downed Furman, 84-74, and go on to meet tonight in the title gaoe of the Poisetia Tour-, nament in Greenville, S.C. Arizona had six players in double figures while Jack Bouldin scored 24 points and Randy Hodges 21 to lead Pro Basketball By United Press. International The Milwaukee Bucks do have their super stars. — Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson — but a lot of other players on the team also make their presence felt. The Bucks defeated Cincinnati, 137-114, in a National Basketball Association game' Monday night, and five Bucks scored in double, figures. Alcindor led the way with 29 points, b.ut other 1 contributers included Greg Smith with 26 Bob Dandridge, 23, and Robertson, 22. • Milwaukee led, 74-58, at halftime,' and the closest Cincinnati could come in the fourth quarter was 117-101. Flynn . Robinson, a former Buck, led Cincinnati with 22 points. In the other NBA game, reserve Clyde Lee Jed a second- quarter rally as San Francisco ^beat Atlanta, 115-104. Lee saw nearly all his playing time and scored all 13 of his points as the Warriors outscored Atlanta, 42-21, in the second period. Nate Thurmond was the high scorer for San • Francisco with " 30 points, and Pete Maravich led the Hawks, with 29. NBA Stancungs By United Press International Atlantic Division E. L. Pet. Ga New York 30 11 .732 ... Boston 21 16 .568 • 7 Philadelphia 22 18 . 550 7'/ 2 By United:Press International The town's talking about those Jones boys. Jimmy and Wilbert • Jones came to Louisville Monday night and led the Memphis Pros to a 110-106 victory over the Kentucky Colonels in spectacular fashion. The pair scored all of the Pros' last nine points, Jimmy getting six and Wilbert adding begin to take their toll of national powers. Thrice-beaten Niagara sprang the ' big shocker Monday night when it upset ninth-ranked Drake, 87-77, in the Queen City Tournament in Buffalo, N.Y., and second-ranked South Carolina .and fifth-ranked Western Kentucky found themselves on a collision course after scoring victories in New York's Holiday Festival Tournament. South Carolina and Western Mississippi State. Kentucky meet in the title Utah State, tied for 18th, game of the Holiday Festival "rallied in the last two minutes Wednesday night —by which to edge Bowling. Green, 65-52, time still other national powers and Wichita topped San Fran- may have had their, records cisco, 6.2-57, to reach the tarnished. semifinals of the All-College Even first-ranked UCLA, Tournament in Oklahoma City, which plays William & Mary Wichita State plays Utah State tonight in a first-round game of and LSU meets Montana State the Steel Bowl Tournament in in semifinal games Tuesday Pittsburgh, can't take too much night in the oldest of all the for granted considering Drake's college holiday, tournaments, downfall and the fact that only Stanford,- down by seven four visiting teams have won points at halftime, came back the Steel Bowl title in 20 years, to beat Ohio State, 78-74, in Pittsburgh and Duquesne are the other teams 'in the tournament. Winning Streak Snapped Marshall Wingate . scored 32 points as Niagara . snapped overtime and Oregon State defeated Harvard, 91-76, in the Far West Classic at Portland, Ore. The victories set up a Pacific Eight showdown with 17th-rated Oregon, Washington Drake's winning streak at eight State, Oregon State and Stan- three more. JimmV wound up ga rae s. Wingate also drew the ford in the semifinal round, fifth personal fouls on Drake starters Jeff Halliburton and Leon Huff 40 seconds apart with about 10 minutes remaining in the game. Canisius with 26 points, and Wilbert Contributed 23. ' In the only other American Basketball Association game, forward John Brisker's layup with eight seconds left snapped de " feated Moreh ^, stat 83 . 74 Kent ~ uck faces a tie and boosted Pittsburgh to ' ' a 109-107 victory over the Floridians. Brisker led the Condors with 27 points- and George Thompson added 24. Buffalo 11 29 .275 W/z Central Division W. L. Pet. GB 20 16 .556 ... 16 20 .444 4. 12 26 .316 9 5 37 ,119 18 Midwest Division W. L. Pet.- GB 28 6 .824 ... 24 14 .632 6 23 14 .622 6 ! / 2 22 19 .537 -9'/ 2 Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix Auction Service FARM SJVLES, ESTATF, REAL ESTATE ALCTIOV HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE ACTION AUCTIONEER!' Atlanta 292-2371 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 21 14 .600 ... San Francisco 22 18 .550 l'A San Diego 21 19 .525 2% Seattle 17 22 .436 6 . Portland . 12 28 .300 llV 2 Monday's Results Milwaukee 137 Cincinnati 114 San Francisco 115 Atlanta 104 Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Detroit Chicago at Los Angeles. Boston at San Diego Philadelphia at Buffalo Milwaukee at Cleveland ture defeated Bradley, 86-77, in double overtime and Georgia Tech beat Florida, 69r58. Paul Hoffman scored 23 points and Carl Jackson 22 for St. Bonaventure (7-0) while 6-9 Rich Yunkus led Georgia Tech (6-0) With 19 points. Colorado topped Kansas State, 59-56, with Cliff Meely scoring 29 points and Nebraska MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI)The National Football League may tighten up its 75-mile television blackout policy in an attempt to assure sellout crowds at future playoff games. Jim Kensil, pro football Commissioner Pete Rozelle's No. 1 assistant, said Monday night that a "re-evaluation" may be necessary "to keep faith with the fans who come out, week after week, in all types of weather." . NFL officials were concerned because the crowd for the Colts' game with the Cincinnati Bengals in Baltimore last Saturday was 9,000 under capacity and there were 1,900 empty seats for the Minnesota Vikings' game with the San Francisco Forty-Niners in Bloomington, Minn., last Sunday. It snowed in Baltimore Friday night and Sunday's game in Bloomington was played in eight-degree weather. "In an area like Minnesota, LEAGUE 9- STANDINGS MONDAY NIGHT MENS.MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS Detrex Chemical 92-44 Suburban Lanes 90-46 HiHo Bar 74-62 Manufacturer's Life 72-64 McGraw's • 67-69 Fourth-rated Southern California and 12th-ranked Tennessee are the standout teams in the Trojan Classic that starts tonight in Los Angeles; No. 7 a tough test in the consolation game. against Notre , Dame, ranked South- Carolina defeated Pro- among the top ten earlier in the vidence, 102-86, and Western Kentucky downed St. John's (NY), -86-67, in the Holiday Festival's semifinal games. John Roche scored 35 points and Tom Riker 31 to lead South Carolina while sevenf-oot Jim McDaniels had 36 points and 19 rebounds for Western Kentucky. Sixth-ranked Pennsylvania stunning victory over Jackson- stretched its winning streak to ville last week into the No. 5 seven games -with an 86-78 ranking in the nation.' victory over Utah in the The Hilltoppers, led by seven- semifinals of Philadelphia's footer Jim McDaniels' 46-point Quaker City Tmurnament Bob performance, stunned previous- Morse scored 27 points and had ly unbeaten Jacksonville, 97-84, 13 rebounds for Perm, which to move into the top 10 in plays Temple, a 60-57 victor balloting by United ' Press over St. Joseph's Monday night, International's B o a r d_ of in the championship game. Coaches. Western Kentucky, 7-0 Two perfect-record teams through games played through reached the finals of the Gator Sunday, Dec. 27, received 169 Bowl Tournament in Jackson- points from the 32 members of ville, Fla., when St. Bonaven- the 35-man UPI board who participated in the fourth weekly balloting. UCLA ran its record to 6-0 with victories over Missouri and St. Louis and easily retained the No. 1 ranking for the fourth straight week. The Bruins received 29 of the 32 first-place votes cast and 317 points. South Carolina took second, Co-op Service Center Plake Floor Covering Moose Lodge Farmer's Loan & Trust Westside Tavern Team #5 Hawkins & Son 66-70 66-70 64-72 62-74, 58-78 57-79 50-86 Team & High Individual Results season, in a non-tournament clash tonight; No. 3 Marquette stands out in the Milwaukee Classic; and 'Jacksonville, rated eighth, is the favorite in the Gold Coast Classic at West Palm Beach, Fla. NEW YORK (UPI) - Western Kentucky today, parlayed its Co-op Service Center (W. Robinson, 506) over Plake Floor Cov. (P. Moeller, 499) 6-2. Manufacturer's Life (R. Dunning, 532) over West Side Tavern (D. Myers, 543) 8-0. Team #5 (R. Thomas, 609) over Detrex Chemical (V. Witham, 580) 6-2. Moose Lodge (Jones, 567) tied Hi Ho Bar (J. Baker, 552) 4-4. Hawkin's & Son (J. Hawkins, 552) over Farmer's Loan and Trust (M. Lewellen, 493) 8-0. McGraws' (D. Stewart, 518) tied Suburban Lanes (B. Plake, 579)4-4. Ron Thomas rolled 609 for the high 3 game series. V. E. Witham rolled 580 for the 2nd high 3 game series. Ron Thomas rolled 237 for the high single game. Jim Hawkins rolled 225 for the 2nd high single game. Reed Top NBA East Choice NEW YORK (UPI)-Willis Reed, captain and. center of the New York Knicks and winner of the National Basketball Association's Most Valuable Player Award last season, was- the only unanimous . choice to represent the East squad in the NBA's 21st annual All-Star game Jan. 12 in San Diego, Calif. .Reed was named by all 17 sportswriters and sportsca'sters from the league cities, who participated in the balloting. Joining Reed were forwards John Havlicek of the Boston Celtics and Biily Cunningham of the Philadelphia 76ers and guards Walt Frazier of the Knicks and Earl Monroe of the Baltimore Bullets. Gus Johnson and Wes Unseld of the Bullets also were chosen along with Jo Jo White of the Celtics. Six more players will be' selected for the team by the Eastern Conference coaches. At least one player from each of the eight teams in the conference must be chosen to the squad, according to league rules. followed by Marquette, Southern California, Western Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Jacksonville, Drake and Villanova. Five coaches from each of the seven geographical areas of the nation comprise the UPI ratings board. Each week they select the top 10 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. College Basketball Results By United Press International ECAC Holiday Festival Cornell 64 Manhattan 60 Holy Cross 103 St. Peters 88 So. Car. 102 Providence 86 Western Ky. 86 St. Johns 67 Quaker City Tournament Syracuse 71 Army 68 (ot) St. Francis 92 W.Va. 82 Pennsylvania 86 Utah 78 Temple 60 St. Josephs 57 Hall of Fame Long Island 73 Valpso 52 St. michaels 92 Springfield 72 Mass. 95 Fairfield 82 Wicomico Invitational Lynchburg 72 Washngtn Col 69 West. Md. 98 Salsbry St. 88 All College Tourney" . Wichita St 62 San Fran 57 Utah 65 Bwlng Grn 62 Motor City Tournament Detroit 87 Delaware 75 Ariz. St.;77 Loyla (NE) 75 Greater Bluefield Tourney Mor. Harvey 77 Len. Rhyne 63 Blue St 110 Cumberland 85 Marshall Optimist Classic 1971 Go/f Tourneys Over Seven Million NEW YORK (UPI)-The richest professional golf tour in history— worth over $7 million- was announced Monday by Joseph C. Dey, Jr., commissioner of the PGA Tournament Players Division. A total of 63 tournaments are set or under negotiation, compared to 55 for last season. The 1971 tournaments will be worth $7,124,801 compared to $6,751,523 for 1970. Eight purses will surpass the $200,000 mark, with the $250,000 Westchester Classic at Harrison, N.Y. leading the way. The Glen Campbell-Los Angeles Open Invitational, scheduled for Jan. 7-10, opens the 1971 tour. Defiance (O) 107 Olivet 87 Ferris St 91 Manchstr (Ind) 82 Alma Jaycee Tourney Oakland U 106 Genesco St. (NY) 88 ' Alma 103 Mich Tech 80 Big Eight Tournament Colorado 59 Kan St. 56 Nebraska 71 Okla. 58 Evansville Invitational Evansville 91 Portland 70 Far WestClassic Stanford 78 Ohio St 74 (ot) . Gater Bowl Georgia Tech 69 Florida 59 St. Bona 86 Bradley 77 Queen City Invitational Niagara 87 Drake 77 Capital District Tourney Albany 72 RPI 64 ML Union Tournament Hiram 74 Denison 66 Mt. Union 96 Heidelberg 89 Wooster Tournament • Calvin (Mich) 86 Baldwin W. 78 Wooster 104 Bates (Me) 74 NEW . YORK (UPI)- The United Press International top .20 major coilege basketball teams with won-lost record and first place parentheses (fourth week). Team Points 1. UCLA (29) (6-0) 317 2. South Car. (2) (6-0) 279 3. Marquette (6-0) 205 4. Southern Cal. (7-0) 172 5. Western Ky. (7-0) 169 6. Pennsylvania (1) (6-0) 144 7. Kentucky (6-1) 82 .8. Jacksonville (5-1) , 77 9. Drake (8-0) 74 10. Vlllanova (8-1) 51 11. Kansas (7-1) 50 12. Tennesseee (6-0) 31 13. St. John's (N.Y.) (7-1) 25 14. Louisviile (5-1) 12 15. (Tie) Colo. St. (7-1) 10 (Tie) New Mexico (9-1) 10 17. Oregon (6-1) 9 18. (Tie) Indiana (6-2) 8 (Tie) La. St. (5-0) 8 (Tie) Utah St. (5-2) 8 subject- to extreme weather conditions, it becomes difficult to sell tickets when the game is available on television within walking distance of the stadium," said KensiL "We have to keep, faith with the fans who come out, week after week, in all types of weather." AFC Game 2p.m.; NFC Game 5p.m. NEW YORK (UPI) -The American Football Conference championship game Sunday NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The TIptoD County Commissioners will consider the following Miscellaneous Claims at special session on Dec. 30, 1070 at 9:00 a.m. Bobbs-Merri!, Aud 20.10 I.B.M. Corp.; Aud 7.13 Danners. Rec. Crth.. Int 26.43 Clint's Marathon. Shrf 112.12 Alrketn, Jail 34.00 St. of Ind.. Jail . 143.50 Hy-Line Chicks, Inf -. 27.45 Cledith Odle, Inf 173.50 Bobby Odle, Comm. 213A 2,154.07 Warner Funeral H., Comm. 406 ; 100.00 Lee Purvis, Comm. 410....;.. . 3.00 Cong. S. Cemet. Int., Comm 505 1.500.00 Walter M. Hughes, L-100 C-74 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following Payroll Claims were allowed by the Tipton County Commissioners at their regular meeting Deo. 23, 1370 at 3:00 a.m. Earl E. Hemmeger, Hghw. 110 859.20 Bernard Smith. Hghw. 101478.00 Naomi Robinson, Hghw, 103.. 365.00 Dean Lane, Hghw. 103.. 433.20' Andrew Bushman, Hghw. 108. 404.80 Murl Day, Hghw. 108 ; . 334.40 Wilbur Fishback. Hghw. 108.. 404.60 Ralph Cross, Hghw. 108 404.80 Audra Rickey, Hghw. 108 404.80 Basil Shupperd. Hghw. 108.... -104.80 Byron Sinclair, Hghw. 108.... ' . 404.80 James Slaton, Hghw. 108 386.40 Fay Smith. Hghw. 108.: 347.30 Maurice Tolle, Hghw. 108 386.40 J. Weismiller. Hghw. 108 . 404.60 C.A. Jarrell, Hghw. 106 . 404.60 E. Schulenburg, Hghw. 108.... 368.00 Haskell Doss, Hghw. 108 404.80 Charles Bunnell, Hghw. 108.. 404.80 Jerry Minegar, Hghw. 103.... 402.50 J. Blaytock, Hghw. 108 386.40 Fred Greathouse, Hghw. 103. 160.00 Ross Hufford, Clerk 101 504.24 Marcia Thompson, Clerk 102A...... 365.00 Kay Burns, Clerk 102B 331.00 Walter Hughes. Aud. 101 . 504.24 Diane Modisett, Aud. I02A 365.00 Genevieve Morris, Aud. 102C 365.00 Mary E. Michel, Aud. 102D... 300.00 Paul Jones, Tres. 101 504.24 juanita Zaloudek, Tres. 102A 365.00 Goldie Cage. Tres. 102G 84.00 Zarada Jackson, Tres. I02G. 84.00 Pamela Cook, Tres. 102G 90.00 Virginia Hoover, Rec. 101 458.37 Evelyn Cage, Rec. 102A 365.00 Verl Gritnme, Shrf, 101 504.24 Robert McFarland, Shrf. 102A, K 332.00 Everett Graham, Shrf. I02B, K 307.00 Kent Smay. Shrf. 102G 200.00 Richard Ziegler, Shrf. I02G.. 300.00 Franklin TVray, Shrf. 102G.... 50.00 Phyllis Grimroe. Jail 101A... 160.00 Phyllis Cherry. JaiHOlB 150.00 W.M. Clary, Agrc. 101 300.00 Richard Blank. Agrc. 10IA... 252.00 Ruth Wimer, Agrc. 10IB 252.00 Nancy Cole. Agrc. 102A • 365.00 Barbara Schinlaub, Agrc. 102B.-. 324.00 Irene Cook, Agrc. 213A - 7.50 ' Maude Welsh, lllth. 102B - 416.00 . Tressa Coy, Hlth. 102C 200.00 M.B. Gossard. M.D., Hlth. 101 J 300.00 PhlUp Nichols. Cor. 101 91.74 J, Carl Graf, Aser. 101 458.37 Ruth Maines, Aser. 102 .-. 365.00 E, Clae "Foster, Cic. Twp. Aser 208.37. Bethan y Weaver, P. Atty. 101A. 100.00 Oliver Wheatley, Cir. Crt. 101 ; -333.37 Beulalr Hoback, Cir. Crt 107. 433.50 Orvlile Click, Circ. Crt. 108B 211.50 McAdoo Clouser, Cr. Crt. Ill 625.00 D. Roy Shupperd, Crth. 101... 200.00 Ruby Neal, Crth. 101.-. 165.00 Herschel Mock, Crth. 101 160.00 Lester Dndd, Infm. 101 165.00 Olive Dodd. Infm. 402 125.00 Hester Roler, Infm. 106 120.00 Zada Moody, Infm. 106 120.00 Mark Lewis, Infm. 106 5^0 • Mark Lewis, Infm. 106 55.00 Ralph Wilburn, Plan. 103 325.00 Mildred Brunk, Plan. 102..... 135.00 Joe F. Watson, Plan. 107 100.00 Donald Lord, Drng. 102A 450.00 Betty Hobbs, Drug. 103 331.00 Roy Whisler, Drng. 105 225.00 Fred K. Surber, Drng. 104.... 200.00 E. Weismiller. Drng. 106 25.00 W. Sch'ulenburg, Drng. 106.... . 25.00 Roy Watson, Drng. 106 25.00 E. Weismiller, Comm. 101... 210.87 w. Schuleuburg, Comm. 101.. 21-0.87 Roy Watson, Comm. 101 . 210.87 John Barrum, Comm. 102....; 66.66 Arthur Barr, Comm. 102 66.66 Donald Gossard, Comm. 102. • 66.66 Guy Crouch Jr., Comm. 102.. 66.66 P. Richard Michel, Comm. 102 • 66.66 Paul Duncan, Comm. 102 66.66 Fern Tyner, Comm. 102....... 66.66 Horace Holmes, Comm. 10.2.. • 112,50 Horace Holmes, Comm. 105.. 112.50 Wm. B. Frost; Comm. 119.... 343.30 Wm. B. Frost, Comm. 113.... ' 342.00 Mildred Brunk, Comm. 117... 135.00 Phillip Henderson, Comm. 11 IB 200.00 -Robert Heron, Comm. 422.... 250.00. Carolyn Perry, Welf 366 550.00 Jo Ann Seright. Welf. 386....; 425.00 V. Baumgartner; Welf. 356... 450.00 Marlorle Kunkle, Welf. 27.... 375.00 E. Bolinger, Welf. 21 375.00 Stanley Herbert. Welf. legal. 100.00 Walter Miller, Welf. 386 . 140.00- Karleen Walker, Welf. 25 375.00 Walter M. Hughes, Auditor L-102 C-74 between the Baltimore Colts and the Oakland Raiders at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium will start at 2 p.m. EST, and [the National Football Conference title contest at San Francisco's Kezr Stadium between the Forty Niners and the Dallas Cowboys will begin at 5 p.m. EST. Sunday's winners will meet in the Super Bowl at Miami Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. EST. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following Miscellaneous Claims were allowed by the Tipton Co. Commissioners at their regular scheduled meeting Decemter 23, 1370 at the Tipton County Courthouse at 3:00 a.m. Tipton Telephune Co., Hghw 201..... C3.C5 Ind. Gas Co., Hghw. 202 62. Tipton Utility Brd.. Hghw. 202 56.56 Pring Impl. Sales. Hghw 205... 7 46 Tift. Auto. Supply, Hghw 205. €0.7d Kessler Auto Prts., Hghw 205 3.20 Young's Garage, Hghw. 2C5... • 5.70 Ind. Equip. Co.. Hghw. 205.... 13.:;3 Levi Co., Hghw. 205 4.^; Gene Cottingham, Hghw 205.. 381.41 Gene Cottingham, Hghw 205.. 1.14 Ellison Tractor Sis., Hghw - 208 .'. 2>V.'0 Mack Mach. Co., Hghw. 208, 213. 604 103.23 Fullwell Motor Prod.. Hghw. 208,60-1 183.74 Standard Oil, Hghw. 203 64.17 Sun Oil, D-X, Hghw. 203 184.13 Clifton-Youm-e, Hghw. 206... 1.4,31 Ramsay Print., Hghw. 211.... 5.40 Compton 4 Son, Hghw. 2t3.... • 80 Rigbee Sup. Co., Hghw. 213... 16.12 Warsaw Chem, Co., Hghw.' 213 ; 27,75 Motorola CiE, Hghw. 213 57.2J - Pipe Crk. Stone, Hghw. 301... 363.33 Stony Crk. Stone. Hghw. 301.. • ' 412.27 Yeoman Stone i Sand, Hghw 301 , 4,373 12 Southard Gravel, Hghw 302... 55,35 Yeoman Materials Co.; Hghw 302 3,005.51 Mohr Const. Co.. Hghw 304, 402 613,9J Hall Signs, Hghw. 303 230.SO . Assoc. Sign i. Post, Hghw 308 200.C4 T:pt. Lumber Co., Hghw. 310 . 604 3.S3 Logan. Metal Culv., Hghw 312 '. 447.66 Chem-Trol Chem.. Hghw 402 • l',382 .GG Sun Oil, D-X, Hghw 202. 208. 504.03 Tipt. Co. Farm Bur., Hghw 208 ; 36.30 Standard Oil. Hghw. 208 33.00 Myers Welding, Hghw. 208.... 27.07 Clifton-Younce, Hghw. 208.... 143.03 Motor Fuel'Tax. Hghw. 203... 23.23 V.L. Pennington, Cuml. Brdg. 5,317.33 Butler-Fair. Seuf., Cuml. Brdg 32.24 Wm. Burford Print., Co. Off. 63:1.65 J.R. Ramsay Print., Co. Off.. 278.44 Xerox Corp., Clerk 326.39 W. M. Hughes, And 14.53 Tax-Aid Service, Aud 11.50 W. M. Hughes, Aud 3.36 Danners, Inc., Rec 3.7i Kodak AC/200, Rec....; 226.33 Bankers Dispatch, Rec 3.8-1 Robt. McFarland, Shrf 62.C0 Everett Graham, Shrf..'. 62,00 Verl Grimme, Shrf. 330.20 Don Ross, Shrf 12.00 • Thomas Tragesser. Shrf 120.00 Frisz Cigar Store. Shrf 25.60 Ruth W'imer, Agrc 50.33 W.M. Clary. Agrc .73.12 Maude J. Welsh, Hlth • 37.32 Joe Heaton, P. Atty 51.33 Physicians Lab., Cor " 200.CO Philip Nichols, Cor 13.52 I.B.M. Corp.. Elec. 24.33 Xerox Corp. Reg. Vol 58.00 'Sun Oil. DX Dtv.. Crth 100.76 Ruby Neal, Crth 23.0-i Carters Market. Crth 10.35 Del Chemical, Jail... 65.33 Deering Cleaners. Jail 110.CO M.G. Smith, D.D.S., Jul • 10.00 Max Stockwell. Jail 23.3.' Kinder Coal, Infm 883.J5- McGraw's, Infm 227.67 Colonial Bread, Infm 1,0.64 Lester Dodd, Infm 43.63 Wilbur Phifer. Infm .-0.00 Earl Sottong. Infm 66.00 Harry Cubel, Plan ".50 Robert Egler. Plan 30.00 George Hartley, Plan 37.50 - Glen Huggler, Plan..... ".30 Harold Johnson, Plan ".5 1 - 1 Larry Mattmgly, Plan 7.50 Ray Noble, Plan . ".30 Harry' Warner, Plan 13.CO Ralph Wilburn. Plan ,. , 2.C0 Roy Whisler. Drng 50.30 TipL. Co. Drain, lird.. Drng.. 30 .00 John Cardwell, Drng 33.00 Ind. Gas Co.. Crth.. Jail 142.51 Compton i Son, Co. BlJgs.... 876.75 Blue Front. Shrf.. Jail 68.71 Tipton Utility Brd., Co. Bldgs 408,71 Tipti-o Telephone. Co. Off 233.04 Wm. B. Frost, Comm. 114.... 12.00 Tiplon Tribune, Comm. 114.. ' 226.60 Young-Nichols, Comm. 106... 1C0.00 Carl Heath, Comm. 410 3.00 Vernon Jackson, Comm. 410. 3.00 Jeff Juday, Comm. 410 3 - L '° Irene Byron Hosp., Comm. 413..... 600.00 Howard Co. Guid., Comm. 414 350.,1.' Craig Roofing. Comm.iOIC. 1,276.00 Asso. Sign A Post, Comm. 601C 1 J - 35 Brothers, Comm. 601C. 16.0) Tipton Lumter Co., Comm. 601C Paul Jones, Without Ap • 100.00 Ross Hufford, Without Ap 300.00 Randall Foster, Drain Impy.. 1.43^.»V Ideal Cement Wrk., Drain Impv 1 133.37 Clifton Cardwell, Welf • 40.00 . Robert Coipock, Welf • 70.00 Charles Edwards. Welf 80.00 Alice Julius, Welf 110.00 Mary Wiggins, Welf SO.OO Carolyn Perry. Welf. 41.11 Lou Ann Allen. Well '. 15.76 V. Baumgartner. Welf.... 37.39 Jo Ann Seright, Welf.. 27.37 Clifton Cardwell, Weif 19.70 Robert Coppock. Welf 13.75 Charles Edwards, Welf 5.00 Alice Julius, Welf ; 21.80 Mary Wiggins, Welf. 5.00 Miller-Huggins. Inc.. welf.... 14.00 J.R. Ramsay Print.. Welf ' 42.53 Cowles Book Pub.. Welf 17.S3 County General Ins.. Hghw . 401 3,577.45 Walter M. Hughes. Auditor L-1QI C-74- Others receiving five or more points: Bradley, Nebraska, North Carolina. Only 32 of 35 coaches voted. PRE INVENTORY CLEARANCE A. COOPER'S HOME FURNISHINGS • 119-121 No. Main Street Items discounted 10% to 40% NOW through January 9

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