The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 16, 1971 · Page 4
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Page 4 * Blue Devils . (Continued from page one) van totalled all of the Satans 13, for a 17-13 first canto score. " The Vikes continued the sizzling shooting in the second quarter with 23 tallies to the Devils 12 and the field, goal averages showed Tipton hitting only 7-30, but the Vikes had 18-34 in the first half to lead 40-25. Trailing 40-25 starting the. 1 ) third quarter, the Devils fouled two times in 13 seconds and the Vikes' Hall netted one to make it 41-25 Huntington and then the Satans crafty, pressure- packed masterpiece of taking the Vikes apart began. Billy Sullivan, Tipton's little, herky, jerky magician poured through four fielders, and quarterbacked his mates Jeff Juday and Richardson with four points each, Clouser with three and York with five to outscore the Vikes 24-6 and -take a 49-46 lead into the fourth stanza. Coach Marvin Tudor and his Vikes panicked as the time began to close out and the score about even instead of a big Huntington lead, and Moses' Midgets "hung in there" after losing the lead' 65-64 to fight back to a 71-66 margin, before the Devils themselves got the 'Jitters' and tossed away four points with bad passes. With the Devils leading 7170, Clouser was fouled with nine seconds on the clock. Tim, under great pressure, missed the one and one and the Vikes got the rebound and called time with six seconds left. The Satans and Coach Moses showed their staunchness by not folding, to the pressure, but kept the defensive pressure on the Vikes and they never got a good poke at the bucket as time ran out and the best part of the drama has been told. Coach .Moses said for the first time this season the varsity squad was fairly healthy and everything fit together for the first time this year. The result—beating one of the better teams in the State, Huntington. Coach Moses had praise for his team, the opposition and also commended the officials for a well handled game. The Tipton Reserves lost to a real good Huntington B team 6138. Again it was the inability to hit the basket with regularity that caused the loss, budthe young Satans showed plenty of fight and ' desire in a late drive after the fortunes seemed to be against them in the first few minutes of the game. HUNTINGTON (70) Keehn Hall „ Kiracofg Wilson-" Shafer Smith . Miller Stambazee Feemster TOTALS TIPTON (71) Jackson Clouser . Richardson Juday York Sullivan Achenbach : Harper TOTALS 2 16 4 8 3 2 5 9 2 10 4 6 2 6 3 9 2 4 29 1227 70 2 0 2 5 2 18 3 M 4 17 2 16 0 2 0 0 23 25 15 71 Score by Qts. - Huntington Tipton Huntington B Tipton B 17 23 6 24 13 12 24 22 61 38 High School By JERRY LEBO INDIANAPOLIS (UP I ) — . Third - ranked Michigan City shaded Elkhart and top • rated East Chicago Washington belted -a respected Valparaiso club in feature games on Friday night's Indiana high school basketball program. Peru Downs Wabash Peru's 6-11 John Garrett, ailing with the flu, got only 15 points, or half of his season average, but the Tigers still tamed Central Conference rival .Wabash, 79-69 for an 11-2 overall mark. Tipton broke an 11- game losing string with a 71-70 thriller «overCIC foe Huntington, and> Oak Hill won Its ninth THEvTIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCORES 69 fa Prai- Indi- Bend East By United Press International • COLLEGE . |j I .' Bethel 93 Fort Wayne Bible; 75 Concordia 64 Cincinnati Bible 49 Northwood,' Ind. 89 Northwood, Mich. 82 HIGH SCHOOL East Chicago Washington 95 Valparaiso 77 Michigan City 64 Elkhart 60 Lafayette 97 Crawfordsvilie 61 East Chicago Roosevelt 82 Whiting 63 | i South Bend LaSalle 81 South Bend Jackson 50 j f Richmond 76 Logansport 62 Gary Wallace 77 Hairmoad Tech 69 1 , 1 Gary Mann.83 Chesterton 71 Hanover Central 65 Gary Wirt 61 (2 OTs) •"[• Lake Central 71 Crown Point 68 Griffith 75 Merrillville 58 i Calumet 75 Lowell'62 ] Highland 78 Munster 70 £ Hobart 74 Portage 70 | Hammond Gavit 66 Hammond Morton 60 l|Hammond Clark 65 Hammond 63 •'• ,| LaCrosse 77 Boone Grove LaPorte LaLumiere 81 Kouts 69 Linden 81 Waveland 62 i Delphi 68 Northwestern 60 Ladoga 60 Waynetown 53 ' Rensselaer 87 Twin Lakes Seeger 75 Attica 61 Covington 49 Rockville 28 Clinton Central 85 Clinton rie 62 Indianapolis jtech 93 Indianapolis Howe 60 Indianapolis Attucks 51 anapolis Roncalli 48 South Bend Clay 65 Goshen 64 South Bend Riley 71 LaPorte* 69 (OT) Mishawaka 88 South Washington 67 South Bend St. . Joseph's Mishawaka Marian 7 { North Liberty 54 Glenn 52 LaVille 58 Sulver Military 51 Argos 60 Caston 59 Triton 76 Akron 48 i Plymouth 76, Concord 63 Fort Wayne 5 ] Catholic 81 Noble 691 | Westview 58 Lakeland 53 Rochester 65 Bremen 46 River Forest 75 Hebron (68 Redkey 82 White's 75 Muncie North 82 Dunkirk 71 Bryant 95 Marion Bennettj 74 Randolph Southern 99 Knightstown Memorial 58 ! Knox 66 North Judson 58 Tell City 56 Boonviile 42 Springs Valley -73 West. Washington 45 I Harrison 84 ;Benton Central 71 Southwestern (Tippecanoe) 81 Carroll 66 . | . Fort Branch 67 Princeton 64 (OT^ Salem 91 Scottsburg 87 Northeastern 62 Blue Riyer 53 Northfield 77 Eastbrook 66 Blackford 83 Winchester 78 ; Muncie Central 80 Anderson 71 Elwood 71 Muncie BurrisJ 69 Monroe Central 57 Union City ; 51 • ;•[..., Portland 67 South Adams] 62 Peru 79 Wabash 69 North Miami 71 Taylor 56 ~ Oak Hill 83 Madison Grant 58 Tipton 71 Huntington 70 j| Warren Central 82 Pike 61 Indianapolis Ripple 63 Indianapolis Arlington 56 )i~ Indianapolis Cathedral 82 Indianapolis Scecina 58 | i Indianapolis Ritter 60 Indianapolis Latin 44 j | Indianapolis Northwest ,75 Indianapolis Marshall 60 Indianapolis Washington,93 Indianapolis Wood 70 !" Lawrenceburg 84 Jennings straight, 83 - 58 over Madison Grant. j A fielder at the gun jby Todd Maher gave South Bend Clay its 65-64 squeaker over' Goshen. Rich Rhodes, who had been averaging 6. points a game, hit 36 in Triton's 76-48 win over Akron. » j j Other individual efforts Included 38 by Tom Weigel of Bryant in a 95-74 over Marion Bennett; 36 by Steve Ahlfeld in) Northfield's 77-66 victory over Eastbrook; 35 by Mike Marshall of Hammond Morton 66-60 jloss to Hammond Gavit; 34 by J i m Llss of Crown Point in ?l-68set­ back to Lake Central; 34 by Charlie Ross of Eastside in an 80-73 win over Homestead in the Allen County tourney, and 34 by Alan Kennedy of Van ) Buren, which won its 10th game in 11 outings, 62-55 over Terre Haute State. Dependable Arr -bulanrp Service 314 North Main Street JIAt17S< Tipton 7441 County 75 (OT» New Castle 86 Marion 53 Columbus 82 Franklin 69 Evansville Rex Mundi 84 Evansville Harrison 67 Evansville Central 70 Huntingburg 60 Evansville North 64 Evansville Mater Dei 60 West Lafayette 58 Winamac 51 Rossvilie ,81 Lafayette Cattolic 69 Greencastle 73 Cascade 65 Rushville 90 Shelbyville 69 Waldron 64 Southwestern 62 )ot) Bluffton 74 Fort Wayne Concordia 65 Howe Military 68 Prairie Heights 60 Wawasee Prep 95 Donaldson .70 Hamilton 76 Fremont 58'' Central Noble 56 DeKalb 55 South Whitley 53 West Noble 47 Wawasee 81 Mentone 73 Warsaw 80 Northwood 58 Fort Wayne Dwenger 83 Fort Wayne Central 53 Fort Wayne North 61 Muncie South 52 Anderson Madison Heights 68 Fort Wayne South 66 South Central 70 Oregon-Davis •'. 54 -' - * South Knox 97 North Central (Sullivani 72. \«, Van Buren 62 Terre Ha u t e State 55 : Honey Creek 79 Shakamak 58i< Owen Valley 102 Monrovia 49 Terre Haute Garfield 10 Terre, Haute Schulte 92 Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 59 West Vigo 48 . Terre Haute Wiley 55 Brazil 52^ North Knox 65 Linton 50 , ! : North Putnam ! 73 Pittsborp 58 ; , Mooresviile 76 Cloverdale 75 ,• Sullivan 85 Dugger 73 ). South Putnam 80 Eminence 70 )J Turkey Run Tourney y Turkey Run 82 Rosedale 55 ;'<; Wiliiamsport 82 Montezuma 56-, Pine Village Tourney North Vermillion 70 Clinton 68'. Pine Village 108 New Ross 85. Allen County Tourney '\ Eastside 80 Homestead 73 '.: Leo 93 Woodlan 65 Brownsburg Tourney Avon 59 Plainfield 48 Brownsburg 85 Danyiile 74 Whiteland 67 Center Grove 64 (OT\ . Ben Davis 87. Decatur Central 71, Zionsville 69 Thorntown68 Franklin Central 67 Beech . Grove 66 (2 OT) Speedway 54 Lawrence Central 50 Excited Camera Preserves After-Action Tipton Win Wihslow 66 Tecumseh 53 Connersviile 73 Greensburg46j Washington Catholic 89 Evans- yMe Latin 58 Brookvilie 89 Hagerstown 74 Western Howard 88 Eastern Howard 74 ' .' Brown County 60 Hauser 59 Brownsburg 85 Danville 74 Triton Central 71 Greenwood 65 Cafmel 84 Lebanon 73 • * Switzerland County 56 Aurora. 53 Clarksville 68 Corydon64 Silver Creek 63 Brownstown 43 Dale 64 Petersburg 55 Darlington 102 New Market 85 Seymour 83 Martinsville 65 Evansville Memorial 63 Castle - 54 • 'i Indian Creek 79 Edinburg 63J Jasper 72 : Washington 52 , Jeffersonville 71 Floyd Central 56. " ; Kokomo 98 Frankfort 78 Pioneer 113 Cass 76 Owen Valley 102 Monrovia 49 North Daviess 74 Mitchell 6o! Noblesvilie 76 Greenfield clen tral 611. Mount Vernon 59 Owensville 41 Moores Hill 88 Madison Shawe .75 ' i • Liberty 99 Whitewater' 55 St. Rita 78 Indiana Deaf School • 58 ' . SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1971 Tipton Jr. High Teams Board Bus No. 26 Looking north in the Tipton High School gym Friday night seconds after the horn sounded and Tipton had defeated Huntington 71-70 and the Tipton cheerblock, cheerleaders and fans surrounded the JBlue Devil players in a hysterical congratulating spirit not seen here for more than a year. Scoreboard shows Huntington's 70, but camera missed Tipton's 71 because the camera was so excited. I Foreground shows jubilant adult Tipton fans and also Steve Craig (arrow), Tipton's team trainer, who had his new sonatthe game for 1 the first time and this was a lucky omen. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) ... Tipton Community School Corporation Bus No. 26 spotted in front of the Tipton Junior High School Building by Principal Charles Wolf, Friday 5 p.m., ready for two Junior High basketbaL teams to board for trip to Monroeville, Indiana, which is east of Ft.-Wayne and just three miles from the Ohio State line. . Making the trip are 41 Tipton Junior High students and four school staff adults. There were 19 seventh grade basketball team players, 16 eighth grade team members, si: cheerleaders (three for each team), seventh grade coach John Martin, eighth grade coach Stevt Palmer, principal and bus driver, Charles Wolf and girl chaperon, Miss Barbara Pickett. George Martin, father of John Martin, is the Monroeville Junior High School principal and Gay Martin, cousin of John is the seventh grade coach there. I The Tipton bus was to arrive in Monroeville Friday 8 p.m. where each of the Tipton players was to meet and go home with a Monroeville Junior High player and his parents. The Tipton cheerleaders and Miss Pickett were to stay a tone of the Monroeville cheerleaders homes. The Tipton Junior High adult men were staying at the George Martin residence. | " Saturday at 9:30 a.m. the Tipton seventh was to play the Monroeville seventh and at 10:30 a.m. the two eighth grade teams were to play. After a friendship lunch, all Tipton Junior [High personnel were to return to Tipton. ' ' I Next January, Monroeville Junior High teams, cheerleaders and school officials will be Tipton's guests for a similar schedule. - (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) celebration for the victory hungry playersj| fans ! in general. Students carrying some of Blue Devil players toward the team dressing room after the 71-70 win over Huntington Friday night. This win cameafter 11 straight losses this season and was the 13th gameon the schedule, making 13 a lucky nurjiberfor the Satans.. It was just like "winning the State" coaches, team assistants^ cheerleaders, cheerblock, and (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Division Pacers Edge Squires: Virginia ByUnited Press International Bask'etbajl I Rick Barry's scoring performances;... are attracting much- needed ,j customersto the New York Nets' games but they're falling short of making the Nets a contender in the ..American Association's East race. . So, 'what \ do the Nets .want, good crowds or good- won-lost Football IS Trojans SteaI Braves Laughing Wat0r MIAMI (UPlv- Defense may be the name of the game in Super Bowl V . Sunday afternoon. Both coaches Tom Landry of Dallas and Don McCafferty of the. Baltimore Colts dewelled Friday on : the problems of handling one another's defense in final assessments of the fifth world championship game. Neither attempted to predict a score, but both said the strong defenses of the Colts and the Cowboys could bring a low scoring game. The kickoff for Super Bowl V will be at 2:10 p.m. EST Sunday before a capacity house of 80,000-plus on the artificial grass of the Orange Bowl. A possible record number of television viewers- will be watching.; The National Broadcasting Co. said computer projections show that the game will' be shown on. some 31 million sets. Weathermen forecast partly cloudy skies and a temperature in the middle 60s—coolish for Miami but a welcome change for the two teams from the 80- r degree weather they've practiced in this . week. Brisk northerly winds also- are forecast. " By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor SHARPSVILIE — Tri-Central's Trojans after a bout with the flu and minor injuries lasting for more than a month, became too healthy for the big, bad Braves of Maconaquah here Friday night and styled the Indians braided hair 95-70. Coach John Harding's crew lost no time in jumping to a 26-10, lead to close out the first quarter as Jim Martin, Jeff Modisett, Rick Cyphers, Dave.Harding andSteve Vandiver scorched the nets. Then Coach Harding began his substituting and Jeff Harlow, Tom Reese, Steve- Butler and Roger Whitehead made the points and the plays to lead 48-25 at halftime. The Trojans then kept a 20 plus lead over Coach Ben Bowles warriors throughout the re-. mainder of the pow-wow to celebrate 95-70. Jim Martin with 28 markers and Dave Harding with 22 in only part time duty led the Trojans. Too, the Trojan Reserves kept both the visiting warriors', teams from using their "Laughing Water" by trimming the B team 36-29. records?| T The Idians within i Stars in they. beat 125-119. MACONAQUAH (70) Jenkins • ' 7 2 2 16 Glassburn 2 4 2 8 Flaherty 5 8 418 Bargersliuff 13 5 5 Whitcomb 2 2 2 J6" Sabastian 3 3 5 [9 Shuler I 3 0 5 6 Knowlih TOTALS I 0 1 2 24 22 26 70 Pacers moved to half game of the Utah the West Division when the Virginia Squires, Mel Daniels scored 27 Score by Qts. points, and Billy Keller had 26 for the! Pacers while Neil Johnson fled the Squires with 26. Ohe Caroiina Cougars beat the Denver Rockets, 125-114, as Bob Verga, George Lhemann and Joe Caldwell combined for 72 points. Verga. scored 27 points, Lehmann had 23 and •Caldwell added 22. Larry Cannon of the Rockets was the game high scVer with 32. Rich Jones, Joe~Hamilton and Donnie Freeman led a balanced attack which enabled the Texas Chaps to beat the Stars, 125-104, in the only other ABA game Friday night. Jones scored 25 points, Hamilton 24 and Freeman 22 for the Chaps while Ron Boone had 25 for the Stars. Maconaquah Tri-Central Maconaquah B Tri-Central B 10 25 26 48 29 36 PRO BASKETBALL . Baltimore Cincinnati Atlanta j Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Chicago j Phoenix .600 , .432 . .298 .118 24 ..n Wz 14 ion Service FARM SALES, ESTATE, . REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE N ",« ACTION v£ AUCTIONEER! TRI-CENTRAL (95) Modisett Butler Cyphers Harlow ' Martin Johnson Harding Reese Vandiver Whitehead TOTALS 40 5 4 10 0 9 0 5 „' 0 410 1 2 3 10 2 9 2 28 11 0 22 1 2 111 0 0 37 21 15 95 By United Press International Atlantic Division j | «W. L. Pet. GB New York 32 15 .681 Boston | 27 19 .587 Philadelphia Central Division ' W. L. .Pet wu 18 19 25 14 33 6 45 Midwest Division, W. L. Pet 37 7 32 16 27 19 27 21 Pacific Division W. L. Pet, Los Angeles 25 ; 19 .568 j ... San Francisco 25 23 .521.2. San Diego 23 25 .479 4 Seattle 22 25 m468 4'/ 2 H Portland 16 32 .333 11 Friday's Results , Boston 134 Atlanta 123 iMiiwaukee 135 CincinnaU 116; * Philadelphia 99 Chicago 96 ) ^ KBalUmore 124 San Diego 117 j v ?• Detroit 99 Buffalo 97 ' Saturday's Games ^Buffalo at Cincinnati [ . ^Boston at Detroit i .r .'; ^Cleveland at Phila , -i.'^s | Los Angeles at Atlanta ' ' v Milwaukee at Chicago |Baltimore at Phoenix gNew York vs. San Francisco Virginia Kentucky QQ Carolina Pittsburgh New York Floridians . G3 .837 i ••• .667 6V2 587 10% 563 ll'/2 GB at Oakiand ABA Standings By United Press International - East W. L. Pet. GB 32 15 .681 27* 20 ^.574 5 21 27 21 29 18 25 18 30 West W. L. Pet. Utah 1 30 15 .667 ... Indiana ' '29" 15 ".659 Memphis__/24 22 .522 Denver: 17 27 .386 Texas j 17. 29 .370 13'/ 2 i Friday Results Pitts 120 New York 117 Texas 125 Utah 104 Indiana 125 Virginia 119 Carolina 125 Denver 114 Saturday's Games New York at Kentucky 438 ny 2 ;420 12'/ 2 419 .12 .375 14% GB 7 2 6'/ 2 12'/ 2 Tipton Cue Club is a family recreation club new in Tipton for allagesi Register for prizes and up coming tournaments. There is. all new equipment and a new powder room for the ladies. Pictured here are (left to right) Margaret Hinkle, Lewis Walker, owner of the new club, and Garland Maddox. In background are interested players. ' • (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Memphis Denver y s. Virginia Texas at Dallas at Norfolk Utah at Floridians Indiana a ! t Pittsburgh (Only games' scheduled) ATTENTION . CITY CAB NeW Location 429 N. East Sto ' PHONE . 675-4420 % : 24 HOUR SERVICE ''! ' . Owner: . ?AV.'.J James Sowders S£RVf/C 122 * Tune4up WJefferson 675-2540 •Brake Service •Washing • Lubrication PLYWOOD Our current market letter fea -J I tures a special study on the J | Plywood situation. Call or! • write today for your free J |C °pyiMILLER-LANE j J &CO. I J 211 E. Morgan (Farm Bureau J Co-op Bldg.) Kokomo, Ind. J 457-5584 . J Send me your PLYWOOD re- •Name I Address Zip City State J Area Code Phone •Member Chicago Open Board I •ofTrade I

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