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l'age 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Crippled Blue Devils Scare Marion Giants Before Losing High School MARION — Tipton's tiny, crippled Blue Devil basketball team delighted not only their own 400 fans and cheerblock Tuesday night, but also had the support . of all other fans except the Giants in the spanking new Marion, High School gym by forcing the Giants to the filial quarter before falling 69-53. Coach John Moses, not able to start Jim York, his most potent scorer to date, was forced to play a control game against the tough, .tall Giants and the young Satans frightened Marion throughout the first half, by playing almost even ball and were behind only 31-29 with most of the third quarter gone before losing Sophomore Joe Achen- : bach on five personal fouls: Junior Jeff Juday, with four personals had to come back into play and the Giants strategy to run the plays at Juday, who could not afford another foul paid off and let the Giants get an undeserved 10 point lead at the end of the third quarter and then coasted to the final 69-53 spread. Coach Moses, the. fans and scouts had praise for the crippled Tipton squad in their valiant bid to liquidate the Giants. Especially diminutive Bill Sullivan, with his elusive drives to the middle and his 19 points topped all scorers for the game. Tim Clouser hit eight markers, Jeff Juday eight, Joe Achenbach nine, Mike Jackson two, Bob Richardson one and Jim *ork six in his TIPTON (53) York Clouser Richardson Sullivan Juday Harper Jackson Achenbach TOTALS MARION (69) Scroggins Cates KOKOMO (57) Semmes Purkey Moore Beard Hoffmeister Hankins Gaillard TOTALS ELKHART (58) Lefevre 0 6 3 8 1 1 0 19 5 8 2 0 0 2 5 9 21 11 16 53 0 1 7 5 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 3 Oradat Taylor Kinzie Baumbaugh Reden Chandler Oatess Butler TOTALS' Oil 1 5 2 0 28 13 14 69 Score by Qts. limited stretch. With the score 54-44 and four minutes to go, Tipton had the misfortune to miss three good shots and then lost the ball on four errors, letting Marion's Oradat, Chandler, Scroggins, Kenzie, Peden, Taylor and Baumbaugh get some. easy buckets. Wendell Cates kept Marion out front in the early going with his 6' 7" advantage under both goals. Tipton will tangle with the Kokomo Wildcats in tonight's 7 p.m. consolation game as a result of their falling to the Elkhart's Blue Blazers 58-57 on Joe LeFevre's 25 foot fielder with one second to play. Jim Gaillard had sent Kokomo into a 57-56 lead on two free throws, just seven seconds before. Kokomo down eight points at the end of the first quarter fought back and had a nine point edge in the final quarter, only .to make eight errors and lose a heartbreaker to the frantic, charging Elkhart quintet. . Marion will battle Elkhart for their own Holiday Tournament Championship at 8:15 p.m. tonight. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1970 HH Huskies Trim Westfield 84-76 By KURT FREUDENTHAL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) East Chicago Washington, easy winner of its own holiday tourney, today topped the UPI Indiana high school basketball coaches* board elite for the fourth week in a row. The Senators, with a 10-game winning, streak,, spanked Warsaw Tuesday night, 94-70, for tourney laurels. Pete Trgovich led the romp with 21 points. Coach John Molodet's Calumet area crew, meanwhile, polied 19 of 20 first-place votes from the panel. of experts in balloting for games through last Saturday to total 193 out of a •possible 200 points. Gary Powers Next . The two Gary powers, unbeaten West and once-defeated Roosevelt, were 2-3 in the latest ratings,, followed by Michigan City in fourth place and defending state champ East Chicago Roosevelt in fifth. 4 10 4 17 Tipton Marion • 9 19 31 53 9 24 41 69 | College Basketball Kentucky State Tops Small Colleges 1 4 0 0 8 Underwood 3 13 7 1 1 1 3 Macon 6 14 13 1 0 1 2 Davis 4 0 4 8 1 2 2 4 Babcock .6 0 0 12 1 5 1 -7 Beaverson 0 0 2 0 4 4 1 12 Stock 0 110 8 5 321 : TOTALS • 27 4 1758 20 17 9 57 . - Score by Qtrs. . Kokomo - . 10 27 44 8 1 3 17 Elkhart - 18 26 37 57 Trojans Lose Close Game NEW YORK (UPI) -Kentucky State today retained its No. 1 ranking for the second consecutive week after a fairly light week among the small colldge basketball powers. {Kentucky State, unbeaten in five games, received 18 first- place votes from the 29 members of the 35-man United Press International Board of Coaches who participated in this week's balloting. 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 Duke 93 Nrthwstrn 87 Philadelphia Textile remained Cnyny st< 74 ^stmnstr 70 By Eldon Cage . Tribune Sports Editor Lebanon — Evansville Harrison's tall basketball quintet out-? lucked Tri-Central's Trojans in the -final minute of play here Tuesday night in the first game of the Lebanon Holiday Tourney S8-62. The Trojans led by two points in the final stanza, but with most of the regulars suffering the effects of flu and colds were unable to hold off the Evansville spurt just before the horn. (Continued on pag| six) Paul Brown Twice AFC Coach of Year second in the balloting for games played through Sunday, Dec. 27 with unbeaten Southwest Louisiana (8-0) third and once-beaten Kentucky Wesleyah (8-1) fourth. S. E. Austin was fifth in the balloting, with Howard Payne, Assumption, Oral Roberts, Ashland and Tennessee State completing 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 By BOB DI PIETRO UPI Sports Writer NEW . YORK (UPI)— With the help, of the National Football League's realignment, Paul Brown lopped two years off his five-year plan, and was named the Kmerican'Football Conference's Coach of the Year by United • Press International for • the second straight year. The 62-year-old Brown- said when . he took over the expansion Cincinnati Bengals in 1968 that he had a five-year plan to make his club a contender. He. got a two-year jump when the NFL and the American Footbali League merged into six divisions. Brown's Bengals righted themselves after an appalling 16 start this season and rushed victorious through their remaining seven games to beat out Cleveland, • Pittsburgh and Houston for the AFC Central crown. • at Your . Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana Baltimore-handed the Bengals a 17-0 shutout last Saturday to end Cincinnati's Super ; Bowl dream, but Brown-had taken the Bengals farther than any NFL expansion team had gone before in a comparable period of time. Brown gained great satisfaction in edging Cleveland for the Central title. He founded the Cleveland Browns in the old All-America Conference in 1946, and led them to four straight AAC titles before the team joined the NFL. :He took the Browns to the NFL title in 1950, their.first season in the league, and went on to win six more conference crowns and two more world titles before he was dismissed by Cleveland owner Art Modell in 1962. Brown is the second coach to win the award two straight years. Lou Saban of the Buffalo Bills won in 1964 and 1965. Brown received 16 of the 33 votes cast. At least two writers from each of the 13 AFC cities participated in the balloting. Don Shula of the Miami Dolphins was second with' 14 votes and Don McCafferty of the Baltimore Colts, Hank Stram of the Kansas City Chiefs and John Madden of the Oakland Raiders received one each. Top 20 Standings NEW YORK (UPI) -The United Press' International top 20 small college basketball teams'with first place votes and won-lost record in parentheses. (Fourth week includes only games played through Sunday). Team Points Ky. St. (18) (5-0) 267 Phila. Tex. (4) (3-1) . 177 Sw. la. (3) (8-0) 147 Ky. Wslyn (8-1) 134 S.F. Austin (6-2) 131 Howard Payne (1) (8r2)127 Assumption (2) (6-0) Oral Roberts (ll-2) v Ashland (6-2) 10. Tennessee St. (4-1) 11. Cheney St. (5-1) 12. Puget Sound (7-2) 13. La. Tech (5-1) 14. Cent :Ohio St. (4-0) 15. Gannon (5-0) 16. Cent. Wash. (1) (5-1) 17. LSU (NO) (10-0) 18. (Tie) East. N.Mex. (Tie) Capital (5-0) 20. Buffalo St. (4-1) 49 40 36 35 25 24 20 19 (5-2)17 17 15 Notre Dme 99 Kntcky 92 Leb. Val. 70 Ursinus 62 No. Car. St. 82 Snta Clara 79 Mrylnd 111 Miami (Fla.) 77 No. Car. 73 PennSt. 57 . ' Union 71 Albany 67 , Wisconsin 89 Texas 73 Sprngld 89 Frfld 83_ Yngstwn 63 Wis. St. 56 . Tournaments Rainbow Classic . 111. 124 Army-Hawaii 70 St. Louis 81 NYU 68 Kiwanis Classic zcent Conn. St. 95 Pace 86 C.W.Post 85 Mnmth 77 Steel Bowl UCLA 90 Wm.&Mary 71 Pitt 70 Duquesne 58 Quaker City St. Jos. 74 Utah 72 St. Fran. 86 Syrcse 33 Penn 76 Temple 55 . Wicomico Invitational Slsbry St. 97 Wash. Coll. 81 Westrn Md. 86 Lynchbg 80 Motor City Loyla (NE) 97 Del. 79 Ariz. St. 87 Detroit 74 Ccharlotte Invitational Boston 72 Davidsn 67 LaSalle 50 Georgia 42 Kodak Classic Fordhara 84 Calif. 63 Rochester 81 Air Force 71 Granite City Cent. Mich. 79 St. Johns 60 Cent. Ohio 74 Lakehead 45 Mrhed Sh. 84 Grt Flls 76 Far West '1 Ind. 86 Sn Jose St. 76 54 Ohio St. 103 Harvrd 87 Ore. 64 Wash. St. 48 . Ore. St. 82 Stnfrd 75 108 Others receiving five or more points: Wittenberg, Evansville, Whittier, Western Washington, Delta State, Youngstown, Springfield,: Eau Claire, Linfield, Seattle Pacific. Only 29 of 35 coaches voted. Big Eight Okla. 70 Missouri 63 Kan. St. 67 Okla. St. 64 Neb. 77 Colo. 67 Old Dominion Aubrn 86 Xavier (0) 73 Old Dom. 91 Tulane 76 Palmetto Invitational (Final) Navy 72 Citadel 69 (Consolation) Baylor 132 Miss. 113 All College Utah St. 84WchtaSt. 78. - LSU 89 Mont. St. 77 Sugar Bowl Vndrblt 86 Cinci 83 West and East Chicago Rmo sevelt retained last week's positions while Gary Roosevelt climbed from fourth to third, swapping positions with Michigan City. • Jasper, Elkhart and unbeaten South Bend. LaSalle remained sixth through eighth, respectively. South Bend Adams moved up from a lOth-place tie to ninth while Richmond slipped from ninth to 10th. New Albany, tied for 10th last time, was dropped to 11th although also still unbeaten. No newcomer managed- to crash the "Big 10" this week. Among major teams, South and Dwenger of Fort Wayne, Portland, Lawrenceburg and Silver Creek also won tourneys Tuesday night while "Big. 10" members Gary West, Elkhart, LaSalle and -Adams of South Bend, and Michigan City made successful holiday debuts. But Fort Wayne Central and Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, each bested only once previously, were upset. Central Bounced Central's Tigers bowed to host C arm el in the title round, 71-65, while Gerstmeyer was derailed by West Lafayette at Greencastle, 60-48. West tripped Wallace, 77-71, in the Steel City tourney; Michigan City roiled over Muncie Burris in its own show, 94-61; Epkhart edged Kokomo at Marion, 59-58, to qualify against the host Giants tonight in the finals. LaSalle and South Bend St. Joe rang up their eighth consecutive wins, LaSalle knocking off city foe Washington, 85-60, while St. Joe tripped neighbor Jackson, 62-40. Adams advanced at the expense of Clay, 65-46. Michigan City goes against Plymouth in tonight's title round. The Pilgrims ousted Chesterton, 82-60. ' At Frankfort, the host Hot Dogs qualified to meet Valparaiso tonight with a 60-58 squeaker over Elwood on Rick Clark's layup with 11 seconds left. Valpo beat Crawfordsville, 69-64. ^ The Ratings The ratings, with first places and total points: 1. EC Washington (19) 198 2. Gary West (1) 152 3. Gary Roosevelt 105 4. Michigan'City 104. 5. EC Roosevelt 82 6. Jasper 75 7. Elkhart 70 8. South Bend LaSalle 51 9. South Bsnd Adams 46% 10. Richmond 35 11. New Albany 31; 12. Sey mour 29; 13. Evansville North 22; 14. Peru 16; 15. Columbus 15%;- 16. Muncie Central and Indianapolis Attucks 12; 18. Batesvilie 10; 19. South Bend St. Joseph's 7; 20. New Castle 6. Others— Blpomfield, Oakland City, Valparaiso 3; Kokomo, Plymouth, Mishawaka 2; Evansville Central, Fort Wayne Central, Indianapolis Washington, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, Silver Creek 1. BASKETBALL- Tledo 83 Loyla (Chi) 81 . Colorado Christmas U. of Chi. 59 Knox 55 Eau Claire Holiday Ky. St. 73 Eau Claire St. 67 . Wiiey 87 Dmnicn Rene 81 Evansviile Invitatioonal Weber St. 70 Envsvl 65 E. Ky. 80 Portland 70 Lutheran Brotherhood Capital 71 Luther 59 Wooster Classic Bldwn-Wllace 111 Bates 73 AlmaJaycee (Championship) Oaklnd 85 Alma 84 (Consolation) Geneseo St. 99 Mich. Tech 88 Sacred Heart (Semifinals) Sacred Hrt 75 Hartfrd 73 StnybrkSt. 72 Mrietta 70 (Consolation) Cath. U. 71 Sou. Conn. 66 " Middlbry 77 Jhns Hpkns 62 Hall of Fame Mass; 94 St. Mchsl 59 Colgate 97 LIU 86 L">moyne Lemoyne 78 Hobart 71 . Presidential Classic E. Tenn. St. 83 Wir. Tech 74 Milwaukee Classic Marquette 98 Dartmth 55 Trojan Invitational Houston 68 Tenn. 65. By United Press International COLLEGE Holiday Tourneys At Portland, Ore. Indiana 86 San Jose St. 76s At Springfield, Mass. Valparaiso 78 American International 61 At Wabash Nmrth Central 105 Wabash 77 Earlham 96 Carroll 82 At Evansville Eastern Kentucky 80 Portland 70 I Weber State 70 Evansville 65 final At Marshall Olivet 112 Manchester 93 At Worcester, Mass. DePauw 96 Wagner 34 At Millikin Franklin 101 Millikin 87 . Notre Dame 99 Kentucky 92 HIGH SCHOOL Holiday Tourneys At Lafayette Lafayette 75 Rochester 67 Indianapolis Attucks 70 Crown Point 63 , At Lebanon Harrison 68 Tri-Central 62 Lebanon 87 Evansville Memorial 58 At Frankfort Frankfort 60 Elwood 58 Valparaiso 69 Crawfordsville 64 At Winamac Winamac 56 Kankakee Valley 47 Knox 82 Rossville 79 )ot) At East Chicago Washington Highland 79 Minister 62 East A Chicago- Washington 94 Warsaw 70 final At Gary Emerson 69 Andrean 67 Mann 75 Wirt 57 West 77 Wallace 71 At Calumet Hammond Morton 85 Merrill- ville74 Calumet 68 Hanover Central 45 At East Gary East Gary 82 Whiting 58 River Forest 72 Hobart 64 At Hammond Clark 68 Tech 65 (ot) Noll 87 Gavit 78 At Michigan City Plymouth 82 Chesterton 60 Michigan City 94 Muncie Burris 61 At South Porter Morgan Twp. 72 Kmuts 54 Boone Grove 76 Hebron 67 At Greencastle West Lafayette 60 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 48 North Putnam 80 Greencastle 73 At Benton Central Delphi 80 Twin Lakes 63 South Newton 76 Benton Central 73 (final) At Clinton Central Clinton Central 85 Wainwright 58 Clinton Prairie 78 Carroll 69 At Marion Elkhart 59 Kokomo 58 Marion 69 Tipton 53 At South Bend Riley 68 North Liberty 53 St Joseph 62 Jacksmn40 LaSalle 85 Washington 60 At New Prairie Westviile 69 Glenn 59 New Prairie 78 Oregon-Davis 59 At Fort Wayne Catholic 'Catholic 72 Concordia 65 South 60 Elmhurst 55 final At Fort Wayne Dwenger North 60 Luers47 Dwenger 70 Snider 60 final (Continued on page six) By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Assist by Jeff Eller Westfield « Rick McCoskey with with 37 points, Mark Hundley 18, Don Morgan 12 and Dale Meyerrose with 10 markers fought off a determined Westfield High School squad Tuesday night in the Westfield Invitational Tourney to win 84-76 for the Hamilton Heights Huskies. „. The Huskies lost stalwart forward Jim Simpson in the first few minutes of the first quarter, due to a severely sprained ankle. Simpson will not be able to start in tonight's championship game. Summary WESTFIELD Watson 10 0 2 Washam ' 8 1 4 17 VanAlstine 14 5 0 33 Farmer 4 1 0 9 Heppler 7 1 3 15 Robey 0 0 3 0 Happy New Year from Farm Bureau Inc. Mambarihlp duas for 1971 tn now aw. Stackhouse 0 0 1 0 TOTALS 34 8 11 76 HAMILTON. HEIGHTS Meyerrbse 5 0 2 10 Mosbaugh 2 1 3 5 Hundley . 7 4 2 18 McCoskey 15 7 3 37 Simpson 0 0 1 0 Osborn 1 0 1 2 TOTALS 36 12 13 84 Westfield 9 32 54 76 Hamil. Hts. 18 44 65 84 RESIDENT DOCTOR WOBURN, England (UPI)Representatives of Woburn Abbey, showplace home of the duke and duchess of Bedford, announced plans Tuesday to build an African village on the grounds next summer featuring mud huts thatched with elephant grass and, if possible, a genuine witch doctor as resident. EARLYWINE'S AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE TUES., WED. & THURS. * • • • 7 Piece $ Dinette Sets — 79 3 Piece Bedroom Suites . From $ 139 7 Piece Maple Dinette & Hutch., Both $ 269 2 Pc. Early American £| CO Living Room Suite uJ M 5 Piece Sofa Bed Suite $ 9 Piece Dinette Set $ 199 139 Box Spring & Mattress Both $ 59 HIDE-A BEDS LAMPS . ... $159 Pair $18 Complete Solid Oak or £| A Q Maple Bunk Beds ... 1^1 # EARLY AMERICAN Love Seat Rocker $1AO & Matching Chair. Both 1*1 M 239 Name Brand £ Sofas As low as HUNDREDS OF ITEMS NOT LISTED • * • • Name Brand Furniture At Discount Prices! "NSbody Can Sell For Less" EARLYWINE'S First A Main Elwood 552-5315

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