1* 1 Page 4 CLASSIFIEDS WORK THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE West Over East 2 to 1 In Hockey All-Star Tilt ' be sure to call Phone— 675-4492 •A3 !tc Wosl Famous Basket m the WKH' By DICK DEW UPI Sports Writer BOSTON (UPI) -Holding .National Hockey League AU- Star game inthe wild (and woolly confines of -Boston Garden is a little like staging ballet in a saloon. It wasn't enough that the players, mindful of heavy "upcoming schedules, passed' up the body check in favor of* an occasional hug. But .when the upstart West Division beat the East, 2-1, the customers popped . 1 ROADS 28 & 31 "5 MILES WEST OF TIPTON, ItjID. CLOSED Vocation OPEN TUESDAY February 2nd their corks. "It was a good, clean hockey game, just what All-Star games should be," East Coach Harry Sinden and West Coach Scotty Bowman said in almost perfect unison afterward. Another thing that bugged the locals was that all three goals in the game came in the first 6:19 of play. The last 53 minutes and 41 seconds were scoreless. Bobby Jokes ... "It was a 40-foot, 1 3-8 inches shot," Bobby Hull joked of liis clincher and fourth goal in AU- Star competition. Bobby was hurrying off to join his brother; Ail-Star Dennis, and their ' parents- who had flown in for the 24th annual mid-season showpiece. The strangest aspect was that the East players,-who scored 1310 goals among them over the first half of the current season, managed only five shots on the West net and reserve goalie Ernie Wakely over the final 29:19 of play, Chico Maki, who scored the game's first goal just 39 seconds after the opening facepff but suffered a groin pull and left the game minutes later, was thoroughly delighted with the victory. "When you look at their lineup and you look at our lineup, I think they should win the hockey game.. But when you look at the score, you know we came up with a solid. effort.'' Lone East Goal Montreal's yvan Cournoyer scored the lone East goal, converting on a rebound following a shot by Boston's Dallas Smith and a pass by. New York's Dave Balon. TAX PROBLEMS? Lest Farm Bureau help you now with a convenient record keeping service. Farm Bureau Inc. 120 Ash Street Phone 675-7423 G Chicago goalie Tony EspositO, who stopped 21 Of 22 East shots during his- period and one half in the West nets, insisted the goal should never have been scored if he had cleared the puck properly. Bowman was naturally' elated over his first win against the NHL's version of the "establishment,", the East Division. Pointing out that his St. Louis teams had. lost 12- straight .. games in the Stanley Cup finals and that his West squads had lost and tied in earlier All-Star competition; Bowman warned his players they'd get little help from him. • -. . "I concentrated on opening the. gate right to let them in ind out," he joked. And, for a change, it worked tor him. . By RICHARD L, SHOOK United Press International [ "It's good to come back and play, 1' Spencer Haywood said. The Detroit Pistons enjoyed it Stop ... perhaps a bit more thin Haywood,, who returned,to his adopted night impn member bail and 20 first Davidson Takes SC 1 By United Press International • : Make .room for Davidson i again in the NCAA tournament. Davidson graduated its front line last season; but still has j enough left to win its fourth straight Southern Conference title. The Wildcats held off a late East Carolina rally" Tuesday "night to turn back the Pirates, 60-52, and take over the undisputed lead in the conference race. East Carolina came. to within two points with 38 seconds left' on a free throw by Julius Prince after trailing by as much as 11 points; during the second half. But Davidson came back to WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1971 minutes. The Pistons beat Haywood ^ and the rest of the Seattle SuperSonics, 106-102, for their fifth straight win. In. other NBA games Cleveland' topped Buffalo, 111-79; New York edged San Diego, 117-113, in overtime; Chicago defeated Portland, 123-111; Los > Angeles tripped Philadelphia, 134-114; and San Francisco beat 1 Cincinnati, 116-108. "Things are going a little better on the court," Haywood v said. fiTwo weeks ago when I came into the league I wasn't , in shape. As far as.shooting and rebounding is concerned I'm probably at my best right • now." a Dave Bing scored eight of his game-high 27 points in the last (Continued on page five) hometown Tuesday ind made his most impressive performance as a of the National Basket- Association with 24 points rebounds. It was his stirt and he. played 46 Loop Lead make itj ( 56-52 -on Steve Kirley's layup, and then got a pair of free throws from Joe Sutter and Duncan Postma to wind up the game. - Davidson now is 4-2 in the conference and East Carolina is 3-2. Kirley and Sutter paced the Wildcats with 15 points apiece. In other sparse action, Travis Grant got 33 points to lead Kentucky State, the No. 1 small college Iteam, to its 13th victory in 14 ij games, 105-87 over > Northwopd, . Wisconsin beat Northwestern, 87-72, Harvard defeated Dartmouth, 81-75, Rice beat Southern Methodist, 78-67, Texas Christian "downed Texas Tech, 85-71, and Baylor crushed. -Texas AiM. 108-83.. KIRBY VACUUM Sales and Service Phone 675-2491 127 3rd St., Tipton 1 T 111 I' BACON Marhoefer Just Rite Eckrich Juicy FRANKS Hoffman House PICKLES Kosher Dills Florida Juice LEAN lb. doz. RADISHES ONIONS yellow GREEN PEPPERS 3 29 lb. bag pkgs.
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