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Page 4 Tipton; Tri Frankfort By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Tipton's Blue Devils and the Tri-Central Trojans have been placed in the Frankfort Sectional Tournament by the IHSAA Board of Control, it was announced Monday night Tipton has long been in the Carmel and Noblesville Sectional Tournaments with the Hamilton County teams and occasionally Lapel from Madison Count/. ' During the 1940s and 1950s Tipton High School hosted some of the' Sectional tourneys along with Sheridan and Noblesville at the Armory. Then Sheridan was awarded the tourney until Noblesville built the new school and gym. Following Carmel's new school and gym construction, the sectional has been held there. ' Tipton Coach John Moses said Central THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE he and his players were pleased with the shift to Frankfort. The change in atmosphere: should be stimulating and different teams' and fans will probably make for a more spirited tourney. Moses said'that the Carmel officials did operate a fine tourney, j | Tri-Central Coach John Harding could not be reached for comment Tuesday, morning on" his reaction to being in the Frankfort Tourney, but swce the Sharps ville-Prairie teams have played there under Harding' the atmosphere will not j have changed much for the Trojans. J Only Windfall fans will be "getting a change from the Kokomo gym. Other teams in the Frankfort , shootout besides the Devils and Trojans are Frankfort, Clinton Central, Clinton Prairie and Rossville of Clinton County and Carroll and Delphi of Carroll County. •.•.•!!'.'. | College basketball South Carolina Upset By Tars By United Press International South Carolina's Frank McGuire had one of those nights the coach of a ranking basketball team must expect now and then. The No. 2 Gamecocks had their perfect record snapped at 9-0 Monday night when they were .upset, . 79-64, by North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C. "We were completely outplayed by a fine North Carolina team," McGuire said. ; Only four teams among the top 10 are left unbeaten, and six remain among the top 20. Penn, rated fifth, stretched its record to. 9-0 by beating Princeton, 70-62, Monday night. The other idle unbeaten teams are top-ranked UCLA (9-0), third-rated Southern Cal (10-0), Wohl and 19 from Steve Bilsky fdr the victory over Princeton. Penn led by 11 at 5:37 of the second half, and Princeton got no closer than four points. In other games involving the top 20, Jim McDaniels scored 49 points, including 32 in the second half, and grabbed 19 rebounds to lead No. 6 Western Kentucky to a 95-82 victory over Tennessee Tech; No. 8 Kentucky rallied behind Mike Casey's 26 point effort and Tom Payne's 24-point output to beat Mississippi State, 79-71, after trailing by as many as 13 in the first half; and Howard Porter scored 20 points and Clarence Smith added 18 as No. 12 Villanova defeated North Dakota, 103-63. Elsewhere, Cincinnati beat No. 4 Marquette (9-0), No. 11 Rice, 92-80, Louisville^crushed St. Bonaventure (8-0) and No. Georgetown, 115-76, Tfeimessee Jr. High BB Tonight Tipton's Junior High School basketball teams'are inaction tonight hosting the Alexandria seventh and eighth grade teams. The seventh grade game is set for 6 p.m. with the eighth grade contest following. ... "' • ; ' Final College Poll NEW YORK (UPI)-The United" Press International top 20 major college basketball teams with first place votes KNEE OPERATION PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Gary Dornhoefer,' last season's leading scorer for the Philadelphia Flyers, has. been lost to "the club for several" weeks following surgery Monday for a blood clot on his right knee. FRANCHISE ISSUED • SCRANTQN, Pa. . (UPI)- Commissibner Cosmo Iacovazzi of< the Atlantic Coast Football League announced Monday that a" franchise for Hershey, Pa., has been issued to a group . headed by Chester Crone, 43- year-old "Hershey businessman. and won-lost records theses. (Fifth week, games played through Sunday, Jan. 3)' | . ' • Team '1 . 1. UCLA S 26) (9-0) 2. So. Car. (3) (9-0) 3. Sou. Cal.(lOrO)' 4. Marquette (9-0) 5. Pennsylvania, (1) (9-0) 6. Western Ky. (9-1) 7. Kansas (9-1) 8. Kentucky (7-2) 9. Jacksonville (7-2) 10. Notre Dame (6-2)i; . 11. St. Bonaventure (8-0) 12. Villanova (8-3) i! 13. Indiana (8-2) j | 14. (Tie) Louisvl (8-1) I ! (Tie) Oregon (7-2) 16. Fordhara (11-0). 17. Utah St. (3-2) 18. North Carolina (8-i 19. (Tie) Drake (6-2). (Tie) New Mex. (9-2) in paren- including Points 295 v263 202201 156 153 63 56 50 41 29 17 14 13 13 12 11 10 . 9 9 16 Fordham (11-0). 'The Gamecocks hit only 32, per cent of'-their shots in the first half and 39 per cent for the game compared to North Carolina's 50.9 per cent When the Tar. Heels led 6nly*62r58 with four minutes left, they got eight straight points to make it 79-58.. ' ' . Sophomore guard George. Karl led the far Heels with 17 points and Bill Chamberlain added 14. Tom Riker led all scorers with 20 points before fouling out with 3:21 left Penn got 20 points from Dave Pro Hockey To Indy INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Professional hockey returns to the State Fairgrounds Coliseum tonight when defending champion Dayton faces Toledo in am for the open. Tnfavnafinnal T aomio c /«Mn ' * A mnnrr trie defeated Mississippi, 98 * 85, Florida edged Vanderbilt, 84*62, in' triple overtime, Alabama romped over ; LSU, . 101-87, LaSalie beat Tulsa, 63-61, and Houston downed Dayton, 106-80. Massengale Leads Los Angeles Open LOS ANGELES (UPI^Rik Massengale of Wichita Falls, Tex., and Paul Moran of Colton, Calif., shot two-under- par 68s Monday to lead 20 players who qualified for the $110,000 Los Angeles Open. . The first PGA tour tour-, nament of the 1971 season gets under way at Rancho Park Thursday. Monday's low 20 players at Lakewide and Oakmont Country Clubs ' qualified for spots, alongside 124 exempted players 2) International League scrap. It will be the; only pro hockey league game here this season. After last weekend, Dayton led Toledo in the standings by four games. Among the bigger names who failed to qualify were Marty Fieckman, George Bayer, DeWitt Weaver, Bunky Henry, Dave Ragan, Don Cherry and'Joe Carr. ARE YOU DISCOURAGED BY THE DECLINING STOCK MARKET OR BY THE DROP IN YIELDS OF OTHER INVESTMENTS! Then, Consider fhe SAFETY, SOUNDNESS, and GENEROUS EARNINGS available by investing in an ,!:; ".' '. • ;— . INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT! REGULAR PASSBOOK ACCOUNT in amounts of $1.00 or more 5 % per annum = Compounded Dally,- Paid Quarterly 6 months $1,000.00 or more %% per annum Compounded Daily Paid Quarterly l^year $5,000.00 or more per annum Compounded Daily Paid Quarterly 2 years $10,000.00 or more % per annum Compounded bally. Paid Quarterly -REVIEW OF THE YEAR-By Alan Maver 1 *£ p /fOLZAIAAf TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. 1971 PRO BASKETBALL NEW YORK (UPIf- Veteran Johnny Green and rookie Geoff Petrie* were among 12 players named today by Commissioner Walter I Kennedy to complete the squads for the National Basketball Association's 21st annual Ali-Star game at San Diego on Jan. 12. Green, who at the age of 37 F; Fmtttrcs SyHtUfittr. will be the oldest player ever to compete | in an NBA All-Star game, and Cincinnati' Royals teammate Torn Van Arsdale were chosen by a vote of the coaches to the East.team. .Also named to 5 the East squad were Lou Hudson of Atlanta, Dave DeBusschere of New York,-Bob Kauffman of Buffalo and JohnjJohnson of Cleveland. Rounding out the 14-member West squad, . in addition to Petrje of| Portland, were Elvin Hayes of San Diego, Lenny • Wilkens of Seattle, Ghet Walker •of Chicago, Jeff.Mullins of San Francisco] and : Dick Van Arsdale of Phoenix. - The starting team for the" East, . named last month in a vote. of | • sporhswriters . and •- sportSeasters from each of the 17 league .cities, includes John Havlieek of • Boston, Billy Cunningham of Philadelphia, Willis Rejed of New York,- Walt Frazier of. New York and Earl Monroe of Baltimore. Also chosen to the East team were Gus ohnson and Wes Unseld of Baltimore and Jo -Jo White of Boston. the starting team for the West Will be Connie Hawkins of Phoenix, Jerry Lucas of _San Francisco, Lew Alcindor of Milwaukee, Jerry West of Los Angeles and Dave Bing of Detroit. K. R. Leach Dies SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI)Funeral services will be held Wednesday for Kenneth R. Leach, 67, president of • the ' minor league baseball champion Syracuse Chiefs. Leach' who died Sunday after a brief illness, headed the International League Chiefs last year and when they won the .Little World Series. EXPOS ACQUIRE HUNT * •MONTREAL (UPI) - The Montreal Expos acquired veteran second baseman Ron Hunt from the San Francisco Giants Monday in exchange for minor league first baseman Dave McDonald. Sectional Tourney Sites Announced By KURT FREUDENTHAL '• INDIANAPOLIS'(UPI) — The 61st annual Indiana high] school basketball tourney opening late next. month will spread put 'the Thirteen shifts involving individual schools from one site to another were also made on the sectional level. In addition, Homestead, a new school* at action on the sectional level] no Fort Wayne, is a.new starter at longer requiring a grueiling;i92- Columbia City and North a new game Saturday schedule, The IHSAA Monday: night took the; wraps off its latest tourney alignments that also included shifting of half a dozen first-round tourneys and eliminating Huntington as a sectional site for the first time since ''1928. ;.'. ' .{ • As a result, Marion received a secondj tourney, making it the third, city to host two sectionals. The others are Fort Wayne <and Indianapolis. : - j Most of the changes announced were; routine, but sectional semi-finals, up to now played on Saturday afternoon, Will be staged Friday: night; for the most part, giving competing teams more rest between sessions. . "'• - ;", |: . The exceptions, appeared to be Fort Wayne, which |' entertains two tourneys in! the Allen County Memorial Coliseum,'and Terre Haute,- where ; . Indiana State facilities may not be available on Friday night. Five New Gyms I Eastbrbok at Marion is the new sponsor of the tourney previously | played at Huntington, and it will be played;in the Marion Coliseum, Marion High School will bold its own tourney in one of at least five new gymnasiums ! to be utilized, the IHSAA said. • | IHSAA; officials indicated the shift was based on seating capacity. Huntington can accom- , modate only 3,850 fans, the Ma; ripn Coliseum nearly 5,300. • The Bluffton sectional was shifted to Bellmont, Crown Point to Calumet, Franklin to W h i t e 1 a n d, Martinsville to , Bloomington, and Warsaw to . Triton at Bourbon. ]| Bellmont, Calumet, Seymour , and Triton also have new facilities, with Seymour's 9,600-seat . gym the largest in the state owned by'a high school. On the regional level, the : Bloomington t o u r n.e.y was i switched to Seymour, Greencas- 1 tie to Frankfort and Kokomo to ' Marion. Finals March 20 There 1 were no' other .site changes, leaving Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis ; and " Lafayette as semi-state tourney sites and the four-team grand finale will, as in the past, be held in Hinkle. Fieldhouse here March 20. 1 li starter at Muncie. Plainfield Charlton, previously at Brownsburg, decided not to compete this year, leaving 436 schools expected to field entries Golden Glove To Clemente SAN JUAN, P.R. (UPI)Goy. Luis A. Ferre will present Puerto Rico's Golden Glove fielding award to Pittsburgh Pirates star Tight fielder Roberto- Clemente Sunday at San Juan's Hiram Bit thorn Stadium. . ,. It will be the 10th time the Puerto Rican great, who is currently managing the San Juan Senators in the professional baseball Winter League here, has -received the award. It will be the first time, however, that a governor of Puerto Rico makes the presentation. In announcing the award, Terre said, "Roberto Clemente, considered the greatest ballplayer now active in the major leagues, has carried the name of Puerto Rico 'and Latin .'America to the big time not. only through. his ability as-a ballplayer, but off the field as well because of bis reputation as a gentleman. - by the J Feb. 10 deadline, seven . less than last year. The decrease 'also resulted from coit- : solidations and discontinuance of schools.. Also on the regional • level, , the Kokomo sectional winner goes to "Anderson and'the Marion winner stays there instead "of going io Anderson. .. , All sectional tourneys will be played over a four-day span, beginning on Wednesday, but earlier starts cover eight or nine two-bracket tourneys or sites of more than one sectional. . Regional assignments for the Indiana high school basketball tourney March 6: Anderson— Winners at Ander-. son, Blackford; Carmel, Kokc- mo. ''.'.[•[ '•• ' Columbus-: Winners at Bloomington, Columbus,- Shelbyville, Whiteland. * . Connersyille -T Winners at Batesville, Cjoniiersviile, Lawrepce- burg, Rushville. Elkhari— Winners at Columbia City, Elkhart, LaVille, .Triton. •". Evansville--Winners at Boonville, Evlnsyille, Princeton,Vincennes. j • . • Frankfort— Winners at Frankfort, Crawfordsville, Green' castle, Lebanon. •- ' . Fort Wayne (South)—Winners at DeKalb, East Noble, Fort Wayne I and H. Gary (West) — Winners At Calumet, East Chicago, Gary, Hammond. Huntingburg — Winners at Huntingburg, Paoli, Salem, Switz City. Indianapolis (Hinkle Fieldhouse)—Winners at Ben Davis, Brownsburg, Indianapolis, Southport. Lafayette— Winners at Benton Central, Fountain Central, Lafayette, North White. Marion— Winners at Bellmont, Cass, Eastbrbok, Marioru New Castle—Winners at New Castle, Muncie, Richmond, Winchester. Seymour — Winners at Bedford, Jeffersonville, Madison, Seymour. South Bend— Winners at Chesterton, Know, Michigan City, South Bend. Washington— Winners at Brazil, Clay City, Terre Haute, ^Washington. • .Semi-state assignments for the Indiana high schooL^sketball ' tourney March 13(2^ Evansville— Winners at Evansville, Huntingburg, Seymour, Washington. Fort Wayne — Winners at An- (Continqed on page six) Pacers Belt Florida 111-99; Colonels-Nets Postponed Mexico Grand Prix Out for'71 Races 111 -99, By United; Press International - The Indiana Pacers continued their dominance i over the PARIS (UPI)-A spokesman for the International Sports Committee (CSI) of the International Automobile Association (FIA) said today the Grand Prix of Mexico has been eliminated from the list of racing events rating for the 1971 world driving championships. "The decision was taken by the CSI after the scandalous, events which took place last 'year during the 1970 Grand Prix | of Mexico when the organizers were unable to prevent the crowd from "invading ther' track"." CSI Secretary Henry Treu said. "This created an extremely dangerous situation for the racers who bad to go at full speed in between two rows of spectators. It is a situation we cannot accept," he said. Floridians {this season with a . , American Basketball Association; victory at Indianapolis Monday •night. , . The' J Indiana-Florida was the second half of a scheduled (ioubleheader in Indiana, .bul the first, game was postponed I because the plane carrying the Kentucky Colonels team to llndianapolis. for a game with the New York Nets could not land at the Indianapolis Airport. . The Kentucky team plane was forced to return, to Louisyille when it ran. low oh fuel because of an' airport emergency jj at the Weir Cook Airport in Indianapolis. However .jf the little men- Billy Kelier for Indiana and Mack Calvin for the Floridians — took charge. and led their teams in 1 scoring."Keller, a 5-11 guard, hit a game-high 28 points for ithe Pacers and 6-0 Calvin topped Florida with 25. Three of Indiana's five double-figure scorers tallied 20 or more points to make the difference. Roger Brown followed Keller in the Pacer scoring with 21 and Mel Daniels ga°rae^ finished with 20. The. victory was the third in four games this season for Indiana over the Floridians. The win moved the Pacers to within two and a half games of Western Division-leading Utah Stars, who were idle Monday night. - . nba So UCLA No. 1 College Team Invest in Insured Savings by the lbth of the month --. Earn from the first of that month Dividends Payable Mar. 31, June 30, Sept 30, and Dec. 31st • Tipton Building and Loan Assoc. 113 Court Street, Tipton Phone 675-2127 NEW YORK (UPI)— The new year is a great year so far for Notre Dame. ! The Fighting Irish football ,, team opened it in . fine fashion on New Year's Day with a stunning upset of national champion Texas in the Cotton Bowl. The | basketball team moved into the United Press International j top 10 listing, after pulling off an upset of its own last week by beating seventh-ranked Kentucky, - j Notre Dame, now 6-2 with losses to South Carolina and Indiana, took the No. 10 spot in the fifth, weekly balloting by members of the 35-member UPI Board of Coaches. The ratings include games played; through Sunday, Jan. 3. j UCLA, cruising along with a 9-0 record, maintained its No. 1 ranking and South Carolina held second. Southern California, unbeaten in 10 games, edged past Marquette into third place and Pennsylvania, unbeaten in. eight, moved up to fifth. Western Kentucky fell to sixth, folibwed by Kansas, Kentucky, Jacksonville . and Notre Dame 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 selecti 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. ' Virginia Kentucky| New York Floridians Pittsburgh Carolina! Utah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas GB "k .421 12 .400 13 '.395 13% .390 13% By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB New York 31 12 .721 ... Boston 24 17 .585 ^Philadelphia 24 19 .558 Buffalo . ' II 32 .25,6 20 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB 23 16 .590 ... -17 21 .447 % 14 28 .333 10y 2 5 4? .106 22 Midwest Division W. L. Pet. GB 31 7 .816 ... 26 15 .634 6 l A 24 16 .600 8 25 19 ; .568 9 Pacific Division W. L. Pet. GB .564 ... .53* 1 .523 i%; .452 4% Baltimore ~" ; Cincinnati iba AUanta T^t*" Cleveland East W. L. Pet. 30 12 .714 25 16. .610 16 22 16 24 17 26 16 25 West ^ Los Angeles 22 17 W. L; Pet. GB San Diego 23 20 25 12 .676 ... San Francisco 23 21 24 15 .615 2% Seattle 19 23 Milwaukee Detroit Chicago Phoenix 21 18 15 23 . , , u 26 ' Monday's Results Indiana 111 Floridians99 Kentucky vs. New York ! r , at Indiana, ppd. Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh vs. Texas • ' T ;! . at Fort Worth Utah at Denver Indiana at i Memphis 538 5 Portland 13 30 .302 11 .395 10% Monday's Results 350 12% Portland 119 Cleveland 106 -Milwaukee 124 Seattle 110 (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Seattle at Baltimore San Fran at Phila Detroit at Atlanta San Diego at Chicago Los Angeles vs. Cincinnati ' at .Omaha

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