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Page 4 UCLA Tops College Poll NEW—YORK (UPlKThe city of Los Angeles today can lay. claim to being the citadel of. college basketball. The city houses the nation's top two college teams—No. 1 ranked UCLA, unbeaten in 11 games, and second - ranked Southern California, winner, of 12 straight Southern California gave the West Coast city the top two teams in the country by taking over the spot vacated by upset victim. South Carolina in balloting Monday by the 35- member United Press Interna­ tional Board of Coaches. UCLA received 30 of the 32. THE TIPTON (INDIAN-A) DAILY TRIBUNE., first-place ballots cast, Southern California taking and unbeaten Pennsylvania! with nne (11- [ College Standings NEW YORK (UPI>-TUei United Press International top 20 major college basketball teams with first place votes and won lost records in parentheses. (Sixth week includes games played through Sunday, Jan. 10). ! '. Team - Points -1. UCLA (30) (11-0) 317 .2. Sou. Cal. (1) (12-0) - 255 3. Marquette (11-0) & 241 4. Pennsylvania (1) (11-0) 220 5. Western Kentucky (11-1)169 6. South Carolina (10-2) 108 7. Jacksonville (8-2) ^ " 91 8. Kansas (9-1) . 88 . • 9. Kentucky (9-1) . 5210. Notre Dame (7-2)42 11. Fordham (12-0) .'26 12. St. Bonaventure (9-1) '•' 25 13. Villariova (11-3) 24 14. Indiana (9-2) 22 15. North Carolina (10-2) 17 16. Oregon (9-2) 16 17. Weber St. (9-1) 9 18. Utah St (10-2) 8 19. (Tie) -Lusvl (10-2). 7 (Tie) New Mex. (10-3) 7 Others receiving five or more points: Arizona State, Illinois, Memphis State. ' TAX SERVICE State & Federal Returns F»rmen by Appointment Open S:3t ain. to ,''•--'• 8:S0 pa. Dally Tan.* Than.til« pja. • 8»t "01 Noon JIMMIE DEAKYNE Located m blocki -north of 4-way .Stop, St Bd. IS, Wert Side. Phone 512-4965 Cicero 0), fourth behind Marquette, taking the other. ! Fifth in the voting |was Western Kentucky, with South Carolina, Jacksonville, Kansas, Kentucky and Notre Dame completing the top 10. Five coaches..from .each of the seven geographical area's of the nation comprise tthe UPI ratings board. Each week they select the top 10 major 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.' NBA West Favored By JAMES F.CCfUR SAN DIEGO (UPI>-Willis Reed and two teammates on the world champion New York Knicks attempt to continue the East's domination against the West in the 21st annual National Basketball Associaton All-Star 'game tonight; j. | •. The Easterners have won the past three games, seven of the last eight and hold a 14-6 overall advantage since.taking the 1 first contest at Boston in ' 1951. • l.-d: • But the West is favored this season because of the presence of Lew Alcindor and Oscar Robertson of ..the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks are. the biggest threat to the Knicks' one-year domination in the league. .| . Alcindor was a . member of the Eastern team as a rookie last season and scored 10 points in a 142-135 victory. Robertson, the Most Valuable. Player in the All-Star game three times, had .21. , ..)•••• The NBA's realignment to accommodate three expansion teams, put Milwaukee in the- Western Conference, | Buck Coach Larry Costello, who is directing the West!, will start the 7-foot-2 Alcindor at center, i Jerry West i of J Los Angeles and Dave Bing of Detroit at guards and,- llerry Lucas of San Francisco and Connie Hawkins of Phoenix at forwards. 1 . j- . New York's Red Holtzman is the East coach for the second straight year. In addition to Reed, the Knicks on the Eastern squad are Walt Frazier and Dave DeBusschere. Holtzman will start the 6-10 Heed, the league's MVP last season and the top player in the All-Star game a year, ago, and Frazier. His other starters will be Boston's John Havlicek and Pacer January 13 Game Postponed INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Indiana Pacers officials announced Monday night the ABA game with Memphis scheduled for Wednesday] night at Anderson's high school gymnasium has been postponed until March 1 .and moved to Indianapolis. They said it was necessary to reschedule the game because of other commitments at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum Wednesday night The Pacer raanigement said, the March 1 game, will be a special night with no season tickets being honored and all seat prices, being increased. Proceeds from the game will go into a Pacer Arena Fund. : Officials said nationally-known stars are being booked for a gala half-time show, but no names were announced. College Results By United Press International Virginia 50 So. Car..49 Jacksnvl 95 Okla. City 67 Kentucky 79 Georgia 66 Tennessee 85 Florida 75 Cinci 87 Northern IU. 86 Rutgers 101 Gettysburg. 71 Am. Intl. 101 Bridgeport 83 Maryland 56 Clem son 52 West Ky. 85 Morehead St 63 Indiana St. 98 Butler 90 Denver 85 TCU 74 So; Ala. 74 Abilene Chris. 61 Oklahoma 75 Kansas St 68 Okla. St. 65 Ark. St. 60 St Louis 79 Tulsa 65 Missouri 77 Iowa St 71 Auburn 83 Alabama 72 New Mex. 73 Air Force 66 SMU 88 Dallas Bap. 63 West Texas 91 Pan Am. 76 Rice 85 Tulane 69 Ky. Wslyn 88 St Bnvl 68 . Murray St 64 Tenn, Tech 63 Hawaii 94 Ariz. St 87 Philadelphia's Billy Cunningham at forwards and Earl Monroe of Baltimore in the backcourt with Frazier. Other East players are: Boston's Jo Jo White, Atlanta's Lou Hudson, Gus Johnson and Wes Unseld of Baltimore, Bob ; Kauffman .. of Buffalo, Cleveland's John Johnson and, Cincinnati's Johnny Green and Tom Van Arsdale.oAt 37, Green will become the oldest man to play in the All-Star contest Costello also can call on: Wilt Chamberlain of Los Angeles, Elvin Hayes of San Diego, Dick Van Arsdale of Phoenix, Bob Love and Chet Walker, of CVHICAGO, Portland's Geoff Petrie, Seattle's Len Wilkens and San Francisco's Jeff Mullins. man,m ....................... ..^. A , . •.„.•.. ....J: H ..^AvA <a&& i IT'S A WHALE of a SALE at FALVEYS. Special low prices on SUITS and SPORTCOATS and other items throughout the store. FALVEYS entire stock of Warm Jackets, Sweaters, All Weather Coats, Suburbans, Top Coats, Suits and. Sportcoats for both Men and Boys are now on sale. Man, you can't afford to miss these savings. SAVE 50% on SUITS A Special Group of SUITS. You save 50% off original price •••• CURLEE and j BRITISH MANOR.. ..All other SUITS reduced from 10% to 50%! FALVEYS will pay for cuffing SUIT pants, Additional alterations are charged to you at our cost SAVE 50% on SPORT COATS A SPECIAL GROUP of CURLEE. BRITISH MANOR li Clubman SPORTCOATS are reduced 50% from the original price! All other sportcoats reduced from 10% to 50%. DOWNTOWN TIPTON, INDIANA Tom Hill's 1312 World Record for High Hurdle •V: ft INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The world record time of :13,2 by Tom Hill of Arkansas State in the 120-yard high hurdles stands approved today by the Amateur Athletic Union, The action was announced at national AAU headquarters Monday by track and field official Stan Wright Hill's time tied the existing mark and was approved pending receipt of information which was absent on the original record application. The missing information included the signature of an attendant at the wind gauge, a signature of a representative of the registration committee for the local AAU and a sanction from the AAU for an open meet Pacers trim Stars By United Press International Indiana drew within a half game of Utah in the American Basketball Association's tight Western Division race by upending the section laader, 111-101, Monday night The ABA champions rallied from a seven-point deficit in the first period and rubbed salt into the Utah wound with a third- quarter surge that; put Indiana in front by 15 points. Memphis routed Kentucky, 121-107, in the only other league action. Roger Brown and Mel Daniels provided the Pacer punch, with Brown scoring a game high 32 points. Daniels netted 28, while holding Utah pivotman Zelmo Beaty to 26 points. Louis Dampier's string of free throws was snapped at 58, a pro foul shooting record, as Kentucky bowed to Memphis. The winning Pros received a well-balanced effort as eight players scored in double figures. Wilbert Jones, Charlie Williams and Steve Jones each tallied 17 points for Memphis. Cincy Powell led Kentucky with 201 -• • The time was posted at }tn>; U.S. Track and Field Fedgr&v tion championships last June 13 in Wichita, Kan. The AAU said all USTFF meets are acceptable if sanctioned under, carefully limited and confined conditions as proposed by a committee appointed by then Vice President Hubert Humphrey. t ,, "It- would be a tragedy -if an outstanding athlete like Tom HiU were to tie a world record and not j receive credit forj it through (no fault of Ms own," said Jack Kelly, recently elected president of the AAU. j; , "We sincerely hope the missing • information arfives so we can forward the complete record application to the International Amateur Athletic Federation officials," Kelly said. Tipton Frosh A Wins 8 Loses to Oak Hill \ Tipton Freshmen A basketball team Monday night blitzed the Oak Hill Frosh 22-8 in the -second half and the come from behind netted a 39-29 win. Fred Cox with 13 and Rick Cauble with 10 led the Freshmen of Coach Myron Chezem. Frank led Oak Hill with nine markers. Tipton's B Frosh led all of the way even through hitting only four of 16 free throws and then blew the game in the final minutes 27-26 to the Oak HiU B. Tipton Freshmen hosts Alexandria's A and B Frosh January 19. NEW YORK (UPI) —'• Ron Boone • of the Utah .Strs and Jimmy Jones of .< .the Memphis Pros were'named Monday as alternate members' of the West squad ,for the American Basketball Association All-Star game Jan. 23.' Artificial Turf? C NO MORE MAIL ORDERS NEW YORK (UPI)-Madison: . V Square Garden announced Mon-| day. that .no more mail orders £ will be accepted for the;' heavyweight championship bout, between Joe Frazier and' Cassius Clay, March 8. By JOHN G. GRIFFIN UPI Sports Editor . i HOUSTON (UPI)- The switch to artificial turf in many of the nation's j top athletic fields "has proved to- be no panacea which will prevent athletic injuries," according to the head of the NCAA'sj Medical Committee on Athletic Safety. ; . "The exact picture on the relation of artificial turf and injuries isn'g clear," said Dr. Don Cooper of the University of Oklahoma at the NCAA conven- timn which entered its second day toduy. "But we are having Injuries. '! ' "An in-depth study which will produce .statistics that we, can really discuss probably won't be completed until this s'u/n- e mer," Dr. Cooper said, .a•!•. . Use of Drugs Discussed*[. • Another medical aspect: of sports— drugs— was on today's •schedule, which include^ j; a discussion of the use of,"drugs by athletes. Top items at the convention Monday were the presentation of a new plan for financial aid to athletes based on need, and several recommendations for minor changes )in -iKe football. playing rules. '[ The aid plan being proposed by a committee promptly^ran into heavy criticism from top f o o t b a 11 coaches, including Frank Broyles of Arkansas, Ara Parseghian of Notre Dame, and Duffy Daugherty of Michigan State. • Broyles, president of the AMERICAN Football Coaches Association, said the plan contained many "inequities" and demanded the committee be revised to include "a cross- section of the coaches who will have fo carry out any plan'in the field." ' Plan Will Not Be Voted' . The plan, to limit aid to student-athletes according to a formula supposedly determining "need" is not going to be voted on at this convention. The football rules changes proposed by the coaches, which now must go to the NCAA main body for approval, included; — Blocking below'the waist downfield on kicking plays prohibited, in an effort to reduce injuries. —A kick which goes into the. end zone untouched is a touchback, even if it bounces back "onto the playing field and is downed. —A: jumping player catching a bouncing kick on the sidelines must come-down with the bail in bounds to gain possession. "•' -r Offensive pass interference; in the end zone is a 15-yard penalty only, not a touchback with loss of the ball. : By MILTON RICHMAN ' UPI Sports Writer FORt LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI)-Bob Hayes isn't exactly^ what you's call a truck horse. 1 He can move a little. They used to bill the Dallas Cowboys' pass-catching dazzler as the world's fastest human, and although that title has 2 become passe by now you 3 probably can still count the' number of people, on one hand who can beat him in a flat out 100 today. ,. Anyway Bob Hayes, who!, knows Mickey Mantle, found himself in the' same Dallas J restaurant not so long ago and« he was anxious to get up, walk^ over and chat with the one-time *j Yankee slugger. ,5 Mantle wasn't far away. Only! 15-20.yards at most But he was' with his'wife, Merlyn, and theyj were in the middle of their, meal so Bob Hayes didn't go- f oyer.. • ^ Hayes Feels Underpaid, He's doing that because they're paying him $32,000 find because he feels he has been underpaid for years, which is probably true. He also believes he's worth $70,000, which-:is something the Cowboys >[will have to decide by May 1 or give up their claim on him. Before he came down here for next Sunday's Super Bowl -game with Baltimore it was said in Dallas that if Bob Hayes left Miami still unsigned be was a cinch not to be back with the Cowboys next season. "That's not quite true," says the 27-year-old wide receiver. "I love: Dallas, the town 'and everything. First of aU I-came down here for the Super Bowl game, not to talk about my contract So I'm not going to do it. There's nothing different about my contract I haven't spoken to them (the.Cowboys) my know i says:j "I didn't because I exactly how it is," America's formr Olympic gold 3' medalist "I didn't want to ; ; disturb him. As much as I'i wanted to talk with him I didn't go over." • The particular incident isi cited simply to demonstrate the { degree of sensitivity which is*, looked inside an individual like H Bob Hayes, who is completing % his sixth season with the '• Cowboys and playing .out option with them. his I about it since July so situation is the same. I'll only say this: I feel a ballplayer should get twhat he's worth.*' Bob Hayes paused a moment. "Regardless of what color he is," he added, sitting up against a wire fence at Yankees Stadium here where the Cowboys go through" their daily drills. Did Hayes feel color anything to do with situation? ' "No,'? he said, thoughtfully, "Not exactly. But I remember had his ATTENTION Gene Henry & Sons 1 Dealfff For Bryant Heatipg & Cooling will be closed Jan. I4-17. 1 emergencies will be handled by calling 075-4559. when I was bemched early in the season, and there' was all this talk about me not signing my contract ° and playing out my option, I got crank calls. A lot of'em.; ; Wife Takes it in Stride • "my wife would go shopping and people would tell heir she should be cak in Africa picking cotton. She: took it in stride and I'm proud of her. Some small- minded people felt I was asking for a million dollars. Well I'm not asking for a million dollars. Not anything like that" Bob Hayes makes one thing plain. He thinks the world of Tom Landry, the Cowboys' c o a c b, even thoughLandfy benched him ; for five games this past season."I think Tom and I have one of the best relationships - in sports," he says. "I respect him as a coach and as a man." Hayes led all Dallas pass receivers this season with 34 catches * for 889 yards, an average of 26.1 yards per catch and 10 touchdowns. . . The Cowboys aren't likely to let somebody like that get away. ' Hayes, is amused by the people who say all he has is speed. "What in hell more do you need?" he laughs. "Speed is the greatest asset you can have in this game. On a man-to-man situation I's say it counts for 90 per cent." . Only 90? •' "I was just giving a defensive back the benefit of any doubt," Bob Hayes- explained. "If you want to 1 go technical I'd say speed counts 100 per cent'.' FARM SALES, ESTATE, V REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. y CONTACT • THE ACTION ^ : , AUCTIONEER! Co TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1971 s Could Win Super With Patience. By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer FORT I LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI)-Tom Landry already knows what it'll take for his Dallas Cowboys to beat the Baltimore ' Colts [in Sunday's Super Bowl game. Patience. There 1 s only one hitch. The Colts have shown plenty of it, too. "We're going to 'have to b patient," says Landry. "The Colts are a \ tremendously dedicatee! and aggressive team. .They'll take away 'everything deep from you and make you move slow. Then [they'll come in and take the short stuff away also. You! can move against hem but it takes patience." j The Cowboys' coach made his remarks following their first workout here Monday, which actually was half a picture- taking session at the local field and half a loosening up in Miami's] Orange Bowl where Sunday's! game with Baltimore will be played. j Landry took his players to the Orange Bowl because be wanted I them to accustom themselves to the poly-turf there, which is different than the astroturf they usually play on in Dallas. - I When the Cowboys think about their upcoming contest with the Colts they think about three things, Landry explained. "Johnny Unitas is the first thing we think about,"-he said. "Last week John Brodie was the number one factor to be contended with and now Unitas is. Their passing game is what got them into the Super Bowl the same way our running game did it for us. "The second thing we have to think about is "their outside receivers. They've got great outside receivers. "Then there's that fine running back they have, (Norm) Bulaich." * Landry said he had a great deal of confidence in his own quarterback, Craig Morton, who seems to be over his laryngitis and elbow trouble. At least Morton says his throwing elbow is okay now. Physically and mentally the Cowboys are sound, Landry. claims, and he expects them to be that' way for Baltimore Sunday. . "We're over any tightness we, might've- had," Landry says. "We had a lot of it early in the season but once we 'got over that T»e played the games as they came. That's the way we're playing this one." Unitas, Mackey Share Super Bowl Peak View By CHARLES E. TAYLOR MIAMI (UPI) •.-} John Unitas and' John Mackey share the view that the Baltimore Colts are hitting their stride at. the right time this season—heading into Super Bowl V. . Two years ago, they think, the Colts "peaked" before they got to Miami for Super Bowl HI and were bombed 16-7 by the New York Jets, j Unitas also thinks over-confidence played a part in! the 1969 trip to the world championship game, and Earl Morrall and Bill Curry lay some of the blame on staying at the beach and'bringing the familiesL, ; ; j •]•. y <0 _Eyerybody says it's different this time as Baltimore gets ready for the Sunday showdown with Dallas in the Orange Bowl. "Thisj is the thing we played for all. year long. We can't blow it," the j quietly confident Unitas said Monday as the Colts took a break from the Florida training routine [that began last Friday to let the news media have a day on Vie fields The Colts are spending a lot of their spare time in Miami trying jto explain Super Bowl in. Morrall recalls, "It seemed like there was a lot of hustle- bustle going on all the time. We had our families! with us. The phones ringing going, going aU the time^'j' in the and we rooms were Were going, The Colts this time are quartered at a country club far removed from the shiny glamor of the- Gold Coast and families aren't allowed until Saturday. Then they'll stay at a hotel miles away. Coach Don M c C a f f e r t y planned to give his players the game plan for Dallas today and said one particular problem will be readjusting to deal with a National Conference-style de-' fense— something the Colts once were used to before they moved into the American Conference, "This will be about the first time we've seen, a 4-3 defense all season. It- used to be what we saw all the time," said McCafferty. "It's going to take some readjustment and that's what we've got to work on this week.'/ Soccer Ptayer Kicked to Death PUEBLA, Mexico (UPI)-An amateur soccer player was kicked to death by members of the opposing team during. a free-for-all in the: second half of a game in Puebla Sunday. Jorge Diaz Sanchez, captain and center forward for the. local team, "Ferencvaros," died of multiple bruises produced by kicks. Two members of the opposing "Huracan". team were being held. LEAGUE f/ STANDINGS MONDAY NIGHT MENS MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE J - Team Standings Detrex Chemicals. Co-op Service Center McGraw's Plake Floor Covering Slim's Hi-Ho Bar Suburban Lanes Manufacturers fcife Ins Team 4 #5 ; . . j Moose Lodge j Westside Tavern Farmers Loan & Trust • C04 .- - ! Hawkins it Son Cable 8-0 8-0 8-0 6-2 4-4 '4-4 4-4 4-4 2-6 0-8 0-8 0-8 TEAM & HIGH INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Detrex Chemicals (p. Planalp 604) over Farmers Loan & Trust Co. (J, Gorman 569) 8-0. . - SUm's Hi-Ho Bar (J. Baker 564) tied Suburban Lanes (C. Lock- woodj555) 4-4. ! V Colop Service Center (W. Robinson 527) over Hawkins & Son Cable (p. Ziegler 489) 8-0. Plsjke Floor. Covering (M. MueUer 536) over Moose Lodge (B. Mahahey 563) 6-2. McGraw's (D. Stewart 537) over Westside Tavern (H. Pitts 549) 18-0. I Manufacturers Life Ins (J. Bee son 548) tied Team #5 (D. Tragesser 536) 4-4. - ° _ ' . ' ! • ]•.' '' : . - : " •• Dale Planalp rolled 604 for the high 3 game series, Charlie Smith rolled 595 for 2nd high 3 game series. Chuck Lockwood and Charlies Smith each rolled 225 for the high single game. Dale Planalp rolled 221 for the 2nd high single game.

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