i'age 4 •Coge-o/ogy Larry Matingly Tansy -Yeary C/C Wrestling ' Dr. Boyd Burkhart ,Vr* ww> By ElJqn Cage, Tribune Sports Editor' Larry Mattingly, Upton route 5, a farmer, former Basketball Referee from 1916 to 1935, and now on the Tipton County Planning Commission, was one of the great and dedicated referees in the era of one "whistle-tooter" per game and some times the one referee would call two to three games a night, if the school schedules called for Varsity, Reserve, Girls and or Grade School games. Too, Larry would travel several miles to call Independent and Semi-Pro basketball games in Indiana and neighboring states. To look at Larry today, you would almost believe he could still referee a game today as he appears in fine fettle and only wears glasses to read. He has hundreds of exciting and humorous stories about the "Olden Basketball Days." C-0 The February issue of the Hot Rod Magazine carries a full colored page (page. 68) on the Vending Machine of Steven tansy and Glen Yeary,, Tipton men. Tansy owns and operates the Speed Shop on Ash Street, in Tipton. The Vending Machine body is made from Coca Cola bottle coin machine boxes and the engine is a 1965 Corvette unit. The unit cost $10,000 to build and has been displayed a^many car shows. C-0 Tipton High School's varsity wrestling team placed seventh in last Saturday's Carmel Invitational. Warren Central's tough grapplers took first with 60 points. Rick Coleman and Joe Cage were the only Blue Devils to garner points for their squad. Tipton hosts the CIC wrestling meet this Saturday. Prelims are scheduled for. the morning session and finals for the afternoon. Tipton is the defending champion school. ' C-0 / ** A pro-tour golfer got ahole- in-oue on the fly last weekend which reminded us of Dr. Boyd Burkhardt, w|th that jesting little smile stating he had lost several holes-in-one at the Tipton Golf Course recently because the cups had been filled with snow and. ice. r? ABA Standings By United I .Virginia Kentucky New York Pittsburgh Carolina Floridians Indiana Utah Memphis Denver Texas. Press International East W. L. Pet. GB 34 17 .667 ... 29 23 .558 5>/ 2 22 26 .458 lOVz 23 30 .434 12 22 31 .415 13 20 33 .377 15 West W. L. Pet. GB 32 17 .653 ... 31 18 .633 1 30 23 .566 4 19 31 .380 13 VJ 18 31 .367 14 Monday's Results Memphis 115 Carolina 107 Tuesday's Games New York vs. Floridians at Tampa, Fla. Kentucky at Texas Utah at Pittsburgh Indiana at Memphis (Only games scheduled) O'BRIEN WINS MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI) — Scottish lighweight Johnny O'Brien survived a fourth-round butt that slashed open his forehead and went on to score a narrow 10-round verdict over South African Anthony Tmorodi. | NBA Standings | By United Press International Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. GB New York 35 17 .673 ... Philadelphia 32 22 .593 4 ' Boston : 29 24 .547 6V 2 Buffalo 16 40 .286 21 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 30 20 .600 ... Cincinnati 21 29 .420 9 Atlanta 17 35 .327 14 Cleveland 8 47 .145 24'/ 2 Midwest Division W. L. Pet. GB Milwaukee 41 6 .837 ... Detroit 34 18 .654 8V 2 Chicago 30 21 .588 12 Phoenix 30 23 .566 13 Pacific Djvision W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 28" 20 .583 ... San Francisco 27 25 .519 3 Seattle 24 28- .462 6 San Diego 24 20 .444 7 Portland 17 36 .321 13V 2 Monday's Results Cleveland 117 Boston 116 San Diego 114 Buffalo 106 (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games San Francisco at Baltimore Milwaukee at New York Chicago at Los Angeles . Buffalo at Phoenix Atlanta at Philadelphia Decision Wanted VILLANOVA, Pa. (UPI)The athletic director at Villanova University says he would "like to make a decision by tonight" on the status of basketball star Howard Porter. Porter, reported to have signed a professional contract with the American Basketball Association, has denied he even talked on the telephone? with representatives of the league. He also denies knowledge of the secret ABA draft at which he was reported^to be chosen.. Arthur Mahan, the athletic director, said he hoped to talk to Porter and a few "other people" today. -Mahan said Porter has established himself as "a man of high integrity." "If he says he didn't sign we believe him 100 per cent and only when we see his signature on a contract will this view be changed," said Mahan. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Cubs Sign Four CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago Cubs Monday announced the signing of four players to 1971 contracts, bringing the number of players signed to 15 of 36 on thejnajor league roster. Pitchers Roberto Rodriguez and Earl Stephenson and outfielders Brock Davis and Adrian Garrett were the latest signers. Rodriguez saw limited action with the Cubs in 1970, compiling a 3-2 record with two saves in relief. Stephenson spent last year with the. Cubs' San Antonio, Tex., farm team where he compiled a 3-3 record. Davis led the Tacoma, Wash., farm club in hitting with a .332 batting average. He was brought up to the Cubs roster Sept. 3 and appeared in six games. TUESDAY. JANUARY 26, 1971 Ten members of the-Tipton Building and Loan Association basketball team pictured at the Tipton Armory, site of the Tipton County Independent Basketball League games on-Sundays, v Front row (1-r) John Utter, John Lewellen, Dan Anderson, Larry Anderson and Gary Stout. Back row (1-r) Butch Myers, Paul Hackett, Rex Powell, Jim Schroeder, and Steve Hackett. Not present for picture were Jim Garmon and Rodger Pitney. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) ! College Standings NEW YORK (UPI)-The United Press International top 20 major college basketball teams • with first place votes and won-lost records in parentheses. (Eighth week, includes games played through Jan. 24). Team Points 1. Sou. Cal. (16) (14-0) 318 2. UCLA (12) (14-1) 302 3. Marquette (6) (14-0) 301 4. Pennsylvania (15-0) 235 5. Kansas (13-1) 159 6. Jacksonville (12-2) 133 7. Notre Dame (1) (9-4) 108 8. Tennessee (12-2) 69 9. South Carolina (10-3) 47 10. Western Kentucky (12-3) 43 11. Utah St. (15-2) 36 12. 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Yet when you equip it with the things you buy a luxury car for (see chart above), it's still priced lower than LeSabre. comparably-equipped By FREDMcMANE : UPI Sports Writer Last Saturday the Louisiana State Tigers came within an eyelash of beating SEC powerhouse - Kentucky - and Monday night they made it known that they will be contenders for the ; conference title this year by knocking off eighth-ranked Ten- •nessee, 80-70. , Hitting on a phenomenal 61 : per cent of its shots, LSU .completely overwhelmed the •• Vols in boosting its conference : record to 4-2. The victory was LSU's eighth against five losses overall. •'" > Bill Newton was- the major 'offensive weapon for LSU with V27 points and 11 rebounds while • Jimmy England topped the Vols with 22 points. In other actio)} involving the nation's top 20 ranked teams, sixth -ranked Jacksonville So. Cal Takes First Over UCLA NEW YORK (UPI)—It's token 65 years but Southern California has finally made it. The Trojans were named the nation's No. 1 basketball team for the first time in the school's history Monday in balloting by the 35-member United Press International Board of Coaches. Taking advantage of - UCLA's loss to Notre Dame, Southern Cal (14-0) received 16 of the 35 first place votes cast and put together 318 points to oust the Bruins. UCLA captured 12 first-place votes to edge Marquette for second by a single point. UCLA, now 14-1, had 302 points to 301 for Marquette, which had six first-place votes after recording its 14th victory without a defeat. Pennsylvania, unbeaten in 15 ' games, remained fourth,: followed by Kansas and Jacksonville. Notre Dame, which had one first-place vote after upending UCLA", was seventh/ with Tennessee, South Carolina dnd Western Kentucky to complete the top 10., Five coaches from each of the seven geographical, areas of the nation comprise the UPI ratings board. 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From of the long faces and of I anguished questions rather .never many some downed South Alabama, 91-76; lOth-ranked Western Kentucky whipped Austin Peay, 117-72; llth-ranked Utah State defeated Long Island University, 82-74; 12th-ranked Oregon was upset by Pacific Eight rival Washing-' ton, 82-75; 13th-ranked Kentucky beat Alabama, 86-73; and 18th-ranked - Memphis State topped Loyola of the South, 8468. Jacksonville placed six players in double figures in turning back South Alabama for its 13th . victory. • ; in 15 games. Artis Gilmore, the Dolphis' 7-foot-2 center, paced his team with 15 points and also collected 19 rebounds. However, game scoring honors went to South Alabama's Andy Denny who had 22 points. Jim McDaniels, a ' 7-fobt center, | scored 31 points for Western Kentucky, which snapped a two-game losing streak by routing. Ohio Valley Conference rival Austin Peay. The Hilltoppers rolled to a 28-9 lead with less than two minutes gone in the first half and led by as much as 52 points in the second- half. Utah State connected on 63 per cent of its - shots in the second half to. break open a tight defensive battle With LIU and roiled to its 11th consecutive victory.j Marv Roberts paced the Aggies with 22 points. Washington never trialed in handing Oregon only its third loss in 13 games. The Huskies were led by Steve Haas with 24 points, but Oregon's Stan Love took game scoring honors with 35 points. Kentucky trailed Alabama by six points early in the second half but outscored. the,Crimson Tide 20-7 in the final six minutes [to post its 12th victory in 15 games. Kent Hollonbeck led the wildcats with 21 points." Don Holcomb scored 23 points and Larry Finch added 21 as Memphis State wpn easily to boost its record to 13-3. ' In] other games, Dayton downed St. Louis, 81-71; Niagara . topped DePaul, 83-72; * Mississippi State beat Georgia, 67-66, in overtime; Florida routed Mississippi, .106-86; Kansas State defeated Oklahoma, 78-7Q; and Oregon State edged Washington State, 78-73. ..' that greeted Bowie Kuhn, the baseball! commissioner, as soon as he announced nobody had been elected,' you'd have thought | h'e bad officially and permanently cancelled New Year's Eve. To begin with, Bowie Kuhn has nothing to do with the Kail of Fame J election. The actual electing; is done by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. . ' . I couldn't help but notice that those who were • the most worked | up by the fact nobody had received the -required 75 pr cent of ' the. vote, those who labored hardest to extract some manifestation of disappointment from Bowie Kuhn over -the result jofj the balloting, were younger'people. ' '•••!• I V : Rockets Unhappy By United Press International It hasn't been' a very happy new year for the San Diego .Rocketsj but their time for- celebration has - finally arrived. The Rockets snapped a. 10. game losing streak Monday night by | beating the Buffalo Braves, j 114-106, and the victory marked the return to action of guard Larry Siegfried, who had missed J29J games because of an ankle injury. : Siegfried put in a strong 30 minutes I |as he scored five points jaiid picked up five, assists while taking some of the pressure off the! Rockets' backcourt duo of Calvin Murphy, andjs:u Lantz. The Rockets, who have won' two games this month, trailed by nine] points' at the half but rallied Ibihind the shooting of Lantz and Elviri Hayes to overhaul the' Braves in the second half. Lantz was especial-. ly effective, hitting . for 37 points, while Hayes scored 21 points and grabbed 25 rebounds. . In"' the j only , other National Basketball Association' game, Cleveland jupset Boston, 117-116. In the piuy America Basketball .Association'contest, Memphis defeated Carolina, 115-107. Rookie Dave Sorenson's 25- foot shot rat the buzzer enabled the Cavaliers: to win their eighth, game of the season. Sorenson.j who came off the . bench tp score 10 fourth quarter.' points, took a . pass from Bobj Washington, who had picked . up a loose ball in the backcourt; and tossed in the winning field goal as the buzzer sounded. | ; "Have No Concept Now I have nothing against- young people. They are, after all, our hope and old people of the future, but listening to them question Kuhn I got the distinct feeling they wouldn't know country slaughter from country music, there was a good chance they had never seen fellows like Early Wynn or Ralph Kiner; play and they had little or no concept at all what baseball's Hail of Fame is all about. Bowie Kuhn* said yes, there always is a measure of dissapppointment when nobody is elected but that fact in itself, he added illustrates the integrity of the voting system and as such he's satisfied with it. I think his answer is perfect. Yogi Berra, Early Wynn and Ralph Kiner are all good men and true.The chanfes are all eventually will get into the hall and the fact it hasn't been easy will make them appreciate the accomplishment . all the more. Isn't that always the way -in life? Berra, Wynn and Kiner all were' disappointed by their failure to get in this time but if they stop and think about it a minute and put aside their own personal feelings, which is difficult if not impossible to to, they may be able to understand why they did not .get in this time around. As Yogi, on the ballot for the first time, said himself: "Even Joe DiMaggio didn't . make it the first time." Wynn . was truly a great pitcher, and is certainly a legitimate Hall of Famer. If he thinks, back however, he'll remember that as' good a pitcher as he was he still took the better part of five years to make it to the big leagues with Washington. And Washington was looking high and low for pitchers a the time because the only club in the league that was worse was Philadelphia. . Nothing Comes Easy Kiner also knows nothing comes easy. Nothing good, anyway. He didnT step into pro ball and begin hitting home runs right away. He's a fine sportscaster today but that took time, too. The key word is patience. It's a tough word for most everybody. Elmer Flick was 87 when he was, elected in 1963 and he said "1 figured I was too old for anybody • to remember me anymore." He wasn't though. Joe Medwick, after repeated disappointments finally made the Hall of Fame in 1968 and nobody was any prouder. "It was like a 20-year slump," he said. "I never had a slump like that before." But he snapped it because true worthiness generally is recognized in any field no matter how long it takes. Some of those bleeding hearts should bear that in mind and bind up their wounds. They won't mess up the rug that way. Good Luck is IN THE BANK So for BETTER LUCK next time Sure - lis no better luck you con have than the Shamrock rock! and for | start BETTER LUCK saving at Farmers Loan & Trust Co. no E; letf. st., Tipton, tad. "Your Friendly Bank"
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