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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Front row (1-r) Ken Brooks, Vince King, Steve Foor, Joe Hawkins, Rick King and Jim Heaton. Second row Q-r) Charles Ferguson, Dennis Montgomery, Terry McCuHough, and Tony Elliott Third row (1-r) Joe Cage, DickShadday, Tom Stacker, Morris King, Rick Coleman, Joe Mahaney, Joe Ferguson and Roy Head." Not'shown are Wrestling Coaches Jay Huffman and Dan Clements; and student managers Larry Johnson, Jerry Delph and Lynnis (Frosty) Rude. •. Eighteen varsity and reserve Tipton wrestling team members pictured between warmups and workouts in the school practice room. All are seeking berths on the squad to represent Tipton this Saturday in the CIC wrestling meet at the Tipton High gym. Prelims are held Saturday morning and finals in the afternoon. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Foreground Head Wrestling Coach Jay Huffman eyeballing Heavyweights Roy Head with control hold on Joe Ferguson as the two practice for this Saturday's CIC meet in the Tipton gym. . Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) X - '• ''. Monte Carlo Auto Rally By ALEX. FRERE MONTE CARLO, Monaco (UPI)- The French Alpine Renault team, with five cars in the top 10, today took firm hold, on the Monte Carlo Auto Rally after a night's drive in the snow .and ice of the French Alps. \ • •» Only the surviving Porsche of Sweden's Bjorn Waldegaard and Italian Sandro Mupari in the scarlet Lancia appeared within striking distance of the leaders as the surviving 135 C 4 TS swept back towards Monte Carlo. Sweden's Ove Andersson and David Stone of Britain, leaders for the past two days, held a 16- secood advantage over • French' teammates •• Jean-Luc Therier and Marcel Callewaert after five of the nine speed tests in the rally's second stage were completed. Conditions along the route deteriorated during . the night with one mountain pass near Chamrousse reporting a foot of new snow, winds of 35 m.p.b. and zero visibility. Battle is Fierce The battle for places behind the leaders was fierce. After more than 3,000 miles of driving, only three seconds separated the third, fourth and fifth places. Jean-Claude Andruet's Alpine led by one second from Munari's Lancia, with Walde­ gaard two more seconds behind. Alpine, determined to make sure of a first win, also had all its six works cars still running in the first 11, while Porsche ' was down to one - car anc Lancia two. r • . The only tither works team still intact was Nissan Datsun GQ33 Get 50 Extra Top Value Stamps from CLARK (The Premium People) at — 816 last Jefferson Street fill'THIS (01T0X WORTH 50 EXTRA This coupon is worth 50 extra Top value Stamps with a purchase of $3.00 or more at any participating Clark Super 100 station giving Top ' Value Stamps. Offer good through^ February 3 TOP VALUE STAMPS ffSAVEMORETl Round - Up Woodward Signs CINCINNATI (UPI) — Shortstop Woody Woodward, 28, ha! signed bis 1971 contract with the National. League champion Cincinnati Reds. Woodward, an ,. eight-year veteran who came to the Reds in 1968 from Atlanta, is the- third Reds' player to sign a contract. : Second baseman. Tommy Helms and pitcher TonyClonin- ger previously inked their contracts.' . ••• . of Japan. The conditions proved too hard for ' some 40 crews who were forced out through mechanical troubles or crashes. Among the favorites to retire were Swede Ake Andersson and Frenchman Gerard Larrousse, both in Porsches,, and the Lancias of Italian Sergio Barbasio and Amilcare Balle- strieri. All four, suffered mechanical failures. By GARY KALE UPI Sports Writer Earlier this month Milwaukee defeated New York for the only time this season while the Knicks team captain . Willis Reed was suffering from one of his' numerous aiiraents. Reed made . up for . that painful engagement Tuesday night when he led New York to a 10798 victory over the Bucks with a 35-point scoring spree. What'i more, Reed held Lew Alcindor, who tallied 29 points, scoreless in the last 6:22 of the game, just . when Milwaukee. needed Big Lew's scoring. punch. Oscar Robertson picked, up the slack with six points in a 10-point Buck outburst that whittled a fourth-quarter 13- point Knick lead to one at 95-94. But Reed's final field goal, two key baskets by Dick Barnett and five points by Bill Bradley in the last 52 seconds gave New York' its third victory over the Bucks this season.. Alcindor credited the Knicks' defense, tops. in the league, -•with stopping the Bucks' offense, also tops in the league. "They pressed so hard, and caused so many turnovers we just couldn't get back " Alcindor said. Frazier scored.22 points for New York and Bill Bradley and Dave DeBusschere each netted 18. Robertson scored 20 for Milwaukee and Jon McGlockiin, the Bucks' other starting guard, had 15. In other NBA action, Philadelphia downed Atlanta, 129122, Baltimore topped San Francisco, 103-98, Phoenix beat Buffalo, 114-82, and Los Angeles routed Chicago, 136-111. Hal Greer scored 36 points as Philadelphia erased an 11-point third-period deficit to beat the Hawks. Jim Washington led the " third-quarter ..surge with 17 of his 26 points. Atlanta, paced by Pete Maravich's 34 points and Lou Hudson's 31, closed to within 123-120 with 52 seconds left, but Greer's two foul shots put the game out of reach. Jack Marin's three-point play with 8:50 left put Baltimore in front for good and the Bullets went on to beat San Francisco, stretching their Central Division lead over Cincinnati to 9V 2 games. Marin scored 21 points for the Bullets, who received a 26-point game . from Earl Monroe. Nate Thurmond led the Warriors with 23 points; The Suns placed six players in double figures in turning back Buffalo. Dick Van Arsdale paced the Phoenix attack with 23 : points and Paul Silas grabbed 19 rebounds. Paul Long -scored 19 points for Buffalo. Jerry West, although hampered by a sore toe, scored 33 points in pacing the Lakers to their fourth victory in a row;! The Indiana Pacers have the Utah Stars as company atop the American Basketball Association's Western Division today and the Memphis Pros may soon make it a crowd. The Stars tied the Pacers for first place in the West when they beat the Pittsburgh, Condors, 145-127, Tuesday night and the Pros' moved to within three games of the two leaders . by downing Indiana, 108-102. George Stone scored seven points during a key 14-point second-period burst and Zelmo Beaty scored a game-high 32 points for the Stars in their game at Pittsburgh. The 14- point drive carried the Stars into a 55-51 lead and they added an eight-point burst for a 69-59 halftime lead. The Stars never trailed again. Beaty led in rebounds with 15 in addition to his 32 points while George Thompson had 26 points for the Condors. V The Pros scored their) fifth straight victory as Steve Jones and Jimmy Jones combined for 54 points at Memphis. The Pros held comfortable leads during most of the game but needed five quick points by Steve Jones in the closing-minutes after the Pacers cut their deficit to 95-94. Mel Daniels had 23 points for Indiana. ;* The Pacers and Stars each have 32-18 records whiie the Pros have a 31-23 mark. .Rookie Dan Issel a scored 39 '"' points and had 13 rebounds as me Kentucky Colonels rallied for a 125-122 triumph over the Texas Chaps. The Chaps held a 114-99 lead in the fourth period but Darel Carrier scored 12 of his 26 points in that period to lead the comeback. Joe Hamil. ton had 27 points and Wayne Hightower 25 for the Chaps. ; Larry Jones scored 25 points and Mack Calvin 22, offsetting a 30-point effort by Rick Barry and carrying the Floridians to a 121-97 win over the New York Nets in the only other ABA game. The Floridians, who led all the way, had a 63-44 advantage at halftime. MVP Award To Howiey NEW YORK (UPI)-If you were surprised that Chuck Howiey won the automobile as the Most Valuable Player in the Super Bowl, you're not alone. Chuck Howiey was, too. The Dallas Cowboys' linebacker received the auto presented by Sport Magazine to the Super Bowl MVP at a luncheon Tuesday and admitted he was flabbergasted'when he learned he was the winner. Howiey was the first-member of a losing team to win the award since an auto was first presented to the MVP of the NFL championship game starting in 1958 and then the Super Bowl five years ago. The Cowboys were beaten, 1613, on Jan.l 17 by the Baltimore Colts on Jim O'Brien's field 1 goal with five seconds remaining. "I was really surprised," said Howiey, "I didn't think a) member of the losing team- especially a member of the defensive team—would get the, award:' I was in the shower, when . they came in to notify •• me. It was a great honor and it's almost beyond my comprer! hensiqn to receive the award." When asked whom he would have voted for, Howiey hesitated and then smiled, "I'm prejudiced." WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 19/1 Tim Ehman Whit Bibbens Men's Bowling Tipton Frosh on Cage, Tribune Sports Editor' Pats Debate Draft Choice By JOE CARNICELU UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI)-Time is running out on the Boston Patriots. ; The Patriots, who finished with the worst record in the National Football League last season and thus earned the No. 1 choice, in the college draft, aren't sure what to do with it. The draft opens Thursday at 10 a.m. EST at New York's Belmont Plaza Hotel and the Boston front office must decide whether to exercise the choice and take Stanford's Jim Plunkett, the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, or trade the rights . for established veterans. : "We haven't made any decision yet," said a Patriots' spokesman Tuesday; "We're still thinking it over.' We may still trade the choice. If that happens, it could be anytime up to Thursday morning." Representatives from close to 20 pro teams have been on the Patriots doorstep ever since the season ended. At least eight teams are in dire need of a quarterback and Plunkett, who. set NCAA career and single season passing records, seems to fit the bill perfectly. The Baltimore Colts, the world champions who have two . first-round choices, are one of the leading candidates for Boston's choice. The Colts KIWANIS FISH AND TENDERLOIN FRY Jan. 30. 1971 ;'; 5 to 8 p.m. TiptonCounty 4-H;&^Community Building Proceeds go to T.H.S. SclencVciub-for development of the Outdoor Education Center. Adult $1.50 Under 12 $ .75 Tickets can toe purchased from Tipton High School Science Club or Kiwanis Members.. -> * . Prepared by KIMS FISH FRY SERVICE Original plans' were to run this column about three to four days a week, but since there are some timely news items which should be communicated, we will run at least four columns this week and then revert. to .three in later weeks. ' . -, C-O A Tipton High School official related an incident concerning Tim Ehman, former Tipton High School athlete, who is now in the Marine Corps (and is on leave at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ehman. The school spokesman said that at the Tip- ton-Noblesvillejbasketball game, young Tim wasj saluting the flag during the National Anthem and even though many persons in attendance were not saluting or giving respect to the flag, it. so happened that twp youth brushed past Tim and in loud conversation. Tim politely, but firmly reached out with his left hand and alternately 17 grasped the youth ABA Standings Virginia Kentucky New York Pittsburgh Carolina Floridians Indiana Utah Memphis Denver Texas Pet. GB 667 ... .566 5 1 .449 11 .426 12y 2 .415 13 .389 l4'/ 2 GB By United Press International East 0 . W. L. 34 17 30 "23 22 27 23 31 22 31 21 33 West W. L. Pet. 32 18 .640 ... 32 18 .640 ... ' 31 23 .574 3 19 31 .380 13 18 32 .360 14 Tuesday's Results Floridians 121 New York 97 Kentucky 125 Texas 122 Utah 145' Pittsburgh 127 Memphis 108 Indiana 102 Wesnesday's Games I New York at Indiana Floridians vs. Virginia ° - . at Hampton Denver at Utah (Only games scheduled) one at a time while still saluting with his right hand and softly told the boys to show some respect to their flag. The boys did exactly that and it appeared that they had a better expression on their face as the Anthem ended. Thanks to the jschool official for the story and many; many"thanks to Tim Ehman |for setting such a fine example and to the boys who did salute the flag, thanks to you and hope (his report does not offend you, but stimulate your interest for your country, flag and fellow man. C-0 Whitney Bib sens, former Tip-ton High Schoorgolfer who later became an assistant Pro at a northern city course is now in law.school at the University of Louisville. Whit even though 'engrossed in higher education will probably continue to hit the links as he has great possibilities in a golf future. • c-o The Tipton City Bowling Tourney ' got underpay Monday night at Ann Crull's Suburban Alleys and the Elks Team No. 10 jumped into firstj place with 2688 pins actual and 477 pins handi­ cap for a total of 3165. Team members and scores were Hersh Robinson 577, Phil Nichols 569, Bill Lewis 566, Jim Riley 494, Bill Carter 482. Second high score was a 3071 by Slim's Hi-Ho Bar. Action in the league will take place nightly through this week, except on Women's League nights. C-0 Tipton High School Freshmen basketball coach Myron Chezem reported that his Frosh A squad blew, a 12 point lead Tuesday night in the final three minutes to the Eastern Frosh at Greentown and lost a one pointer 43-42. Jeff Landrum with 15 and Mike Smith with 12 were the young Satan's stop scorers. Coach Chezem, however was delighted with the Frosh B squad's 29-21 win oyer the Eastern B and Bobby Jaqualedthe young-Devils. C-0 COLLEGE BASKETBALL •INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE. Notre Dame 104 Michigan State 80 . Indiana Tech 75 Tri-State 72 Vihcennes 130 Edison, (Fla.) 94 Bethel 107 Olivet Mzarene 106 Manchestr 98 Marffln92 Indiana Central 90 Hanover 78 Anderson 81 Taylor 69 Grace 94 Trinity 69 Goshen 100 St. Francis 84 Western Michigan 111 Ball State 94 HIGH SCHOOL ..New Haven 77 Blufflon 75 Woodlan 110 Payne, Ohio 50 East Chicago Washington 112. Hammond Tech 55 Gary Wallace 99 Calumet 86 River Forest 72 Munster 67 Fort Branch 63 Evansville Memorial 54 Evansville Rex Mundi 66 Mount Vernon 63 : Evansville Reitz 60 Evansville Bosse 49 Evansville North 72 Evansvilie Central 64 supposedly have offered a wide receiver and ajingbacker, two of the PatriotP&fflicai needs, iplus one; of their first-round picks. ! San Francisco, where Californian Plunkett's rooting interests lie, is another club seeking the' Stanford star as an heir to John Brodie. New Orleans has second choice in the draft and presumably will take Mississippi's Archie Manning. The Saints traded away Bill. Kilmer, last • year's quarterback, to Washington Saturday and probably will hand- the- first-string quarterback slot to whichever signal ^caller they jchoose on the. first ?| round.- '•"'•': | * Other selections in the first round in order are: Houston, Buffalo,. Philadel• phia, the New York Jets, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Denver, /Washington, Chicago, Green •Bay, San Diego,* Cleveland, ! Cincinnati, Kansas City, St. ; Louis, the. New York Giants, >Oakland, Los Angeles, Detroit, I Baltimore (from Miami)', San Francisco, Minnesota, Dallas and' the Colts* own choice. A time limit of 15 minutes per choice is" in effect for the first two rounds and a five- minute deadline is set on the ^remaining 15 rounds. A total of . 442 players wiil be drafted in the two-day session. ' WINDOW

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