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Page 4 Ccrge-o/ogy THE TiPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE P.urdue Loses To Ohio State College Standings 'By Eldon Coge,TriDOPe Soorfs Editor' Eric Tankersly, brilliant Alexandria High School roundball forward and guard, suffered a severe ankle injury in the Blackford game last Friday night at Blackford and was unable to play in the Tipton game on Saturday night. He did uniform and made a few practice shots, but it was readily apparent that he would not be able to go in game scrimmage against the Blue Devils. Tankersly has been mentioned as All-State team material and this fan agrees and we are of the opinion that he is a "shoo in" for all CIC Team. This brings to mind the conversation with an Alex school official who related that Eric was an orphan and that he was living with relatives. Last summer, Tankersly turning 17 years old, went to the Alexandria City officials and asked for a job. He was told that all jobs, were taken except there was ah opening on the trash and cleanup crews. Young "Tankersly eagerly accepted the job, never missed a day's work all summer and expressed gratitude for being permitted to have the summer job. Eric makes good . grades and would like to go to college. C-0 Tipton High School Reserve Basketball Coach Tim Renie is the guest columnist today and we thank him for the fine analysis of the reserve teaching position. . Tim Renie's opinions are as follows: = I feel that there are three main aspects to the job of a reserve basketball coach. These three aspects are:. 1) Duties toward the head coach andvar- i sity team, 2) Learning situation from practice arrangements, 3) Live game coaching experience. The responsibilities toward the head coach and varsity team begin with the playing of boys which both coaches feel_will be playing in the future. Many head and .reserve coaches disagree violently on players and this disagreement can be seen by the team members, reflecting itself in their performances during the games. There must be a degree of agreement between the coaches, with the reserve coach respecting the final judgment of the var- . sity coach; otherwise, there will be no harmony within the basketball program. The reserve coach must watch the time closely before the varsity game begins, during half-time, and afterwards, since warm-ups, appointments or bus schedules may not be uppermost in the head coach's mind at the time. Also very important is the observation of players during the varsity game. A boy may "be getting tired or may have gotten injured slightly and when the head coach is engrossed in the game as a whole, he may not notice the individual player; the reserve coach must call the head coach's attention to these needs. Up-to-the-minute knowledge on the score, team fouls, player fouls, and time outs, is a must for the reserve coach, because the head coach may call for this information af any time. If a team does not have a trainer, taking care of injured players is also the job of a reserve coach. The Devil players and coaches are fortunate this year, however, to have a fine trainer, Steve Craig, who handles these injuries. Observing the arrangements of practice sessions conducted by the varsity coach is most valuable. The reserve coach watches and asks why certain things are done or not done. He gives ideas and also receives instructions for practice schedules. The various drills and techniques carried out in the practice represent a combined effort of both coaches. Sometimes the reserve coach will take an individual boy aside to help him with some aspect of his game that might require special attention while the practice session goes on. The actual experience of game coaching is the third aspect. The reserve coach and team should STRIVE .to set an attitude or pace of excitement and enthusr iasm that will carry over from their game to the varsity game. The bead coach gives some tips, but generally leaves the actual coaching of the reserve game to the reserve coach. After the varsity game, the two coaches analyze the two games together. The reserve coach tries to play as many boys as possible, still trying to win the games. He (Continued on page ten) By United Press International Purdue's -Big fen basketball title hopes were jolted Tuesday night by Ohio State, 69-67, while Indiana remained in contention by besting Michigan State, 71-70, in a pair of chffhangers in which the winners-beat the home court jinx. The loss dropped Purdue from a second-place tie to fourth place at 4-2 while Indiana was tied for fifth at 3-2. A tip-in by Luke Witte with 39 seconds left and a pair of free throws by Mark Minor and David Merchant gave OSU the narrow win at Purdue in a game that was close most of the way. Sophomore Allen Hornyak with 27 points sparked the Buckeyes to a 55-46<lead, their biggest, before Purdue charged back and in * one stretch outscored the visitors 10-2. Marquette Sparkles By United Press International . It was fun time for Marquette and Villanova Tuesday night. Both teams toyed with lesser opposition as Marquette, ranked second in the nation, clobbered the University of Wisconsin's Milwaukee Branch, 98-56, and Vallanova crushed Fairfield, 9760. ' Marquette, which pulled away to a 50-27 halftime lead, had little trouble recording its 19th victory of the season without a defeat and 31st consecutive , triumph. Jim Chones, the Warriors' 6 - foot -11 center scored 21 points to led Marquette, which now has won 54 consecutive games in the Milwaukee Arena. Howard Porter scored; 26 points to become the second leading scorer in Villanova history as the Wildcats pummeled Fairfield. Porter led a Villanova attack that hit on 61.3 . per cent of its shots in the first half while building a 47-27 lead. Elsewhere, Indiana nipped Michigan State, 71-70, Southern Illinois downed Wisconsin, 86-75, Massachusetts beat Boston. College, 85-77, Ohio State edged Purdue, 69-67, and Nebraska stopped Iowa State by the same score. Joby Wright converted two fouls shots with 24 seconds remaining; to give Indiana its victory over Michigan State. Wright, who scored 18 points, was fouled underneath the basket by Bill Kilgore. A last" second shot by State's Pat Miller rimmed the basket. Greg Starrick and L. C. Brasfleld scored .22 points each as Southern Illinois beat Wisconsin and Julius Erving had .24 points and 16 rebounds Larry Weatherford's fielder tied the game at 65-all before Witte broke the final tie. Bob Ford led Purdue with 23 points, and Bill Franklin added 19 for the Boilers who entertain league leader Michigan Saturday. Joby Wright's pair of free- throws with 24 seconds to go were the difference in Indiana's victory. The Hoosiers blew a 12-point lead in the second half and saw the Spartans take a 68-67 lead before George McGinnis canned a pair of free throws. Then Pat Millerhit for MSU," setting" the state for Wright's game-winning tosses after he was fouled by Bill Kilgore. McGinnis, the Big Ten's leading scorer and rebounder, hoop­ ed 24 points, Wright 18 and Steve Downing 10. Sub Brian Breslin wa high for the Spartans with 18. Earlham and Anderson remained tied for the Hoosier Conference lead. Earlham beat Taylor, 107-100, behind the 49- point spree of Irv Besecker and Jerry Banks. Tim Miller's 34 points led Anderson to a 94-90 win over Manchester, leaving the winners with 5-;l HCC records. Indiana Tech beat Huntington, 93-87, in a key Mid-Central Conference game. National junior college leader Vincennes lost is first home- game in 24 starts, 76-72, to Robert Morris of Illinois, leaving the Trailblazers with an 18-2 season record. . In other intra-state games, Hanover turned back Wabash, 74-61, and Franklin downed Indiana Central, 84-74. Indiana Collegi te Conference leader Evansville is at Valparaiso tonight and Butler at De- Pauw, also in the ICC. Indiana State travels to Ball State for a Midwest Conference clash. to pace Massachusetts (15-2) over Boston College. Luke Witte's tip-in snapped a tie and free throws by Mark Minor and David Merchant iced the victory as Ohio State beat Purdue. Witte and teammate Allen Hornyak - both "had 27 points, Al Nissen scored all six of Nebraska's points in overtime to lead the Cornhuskers past Iowa State. Gene, Mack, the game's leading scorer, tied the game for Iowa State with 1:45 to . go and Nebraska failed to connect on a last shot after a stall. 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J169 5..LSU (N;0.) (2)' (18-0) A [l53 6. Louisiana Tech (16-3) 112 7. Ashland (18-2) 101 8. K. Wesleyan (15-4) 75 9. Fairmont St. (21-0) - 59 10. Puget Sound (15-3) 51 11. Wooster (19-1) - 45 12. Eau Claire (19-1) 35 13. Phila. Tex. (15-3): . 28 14. Howard Payne (18-5) 24 15. Oral Roberts (l>(17-5) 18 16. S.F. Austin (15-5) 16 17. Sam HoustonSt.(17-6) 11 18. (Tie) J.ackson St. (19-3) 9 (Tie) Akron .'(14-3^ 9 . 20. Capital (Om^ (15-2) • 8 Others receiving five or more points — Evansville, Western Washington. College Results By United Press International Ohio St 69 Purdue 67 [ .• : / M Harvey 92 Aldrsn Brdds 72 Boston U 102 Rochester 82 Westfld St. 93 Salem St 84 Mass 85 Boston Coll 77 j • ' ' • Bucknell 74 Gettysburg 63 Lafayette 92 Lehigh 74 . Villanova.97 Fairfld 60 |" . Defiance 86 Cedarvl 81 j Cent St 88 Cleve St 59 .West Reserve 74 J Carroll 72 Fairmofit 83 Glenville 65 | . Clarion 63 Geneva 58f Baylor 92 Arkansas 91 Md St 101 St. Pauls 69 Nebraska 69 Iowa St 67 Assmptn 104 Brandeis80 N.M. Hilnds 96 Wstmnstr 76 S. F. Austin 79 E N.M. Ala St 98 Fla A&M 93 Hunter 68 Lehman 58 SMU 93 Texas Tech 91 inaiana 71 Mich St. 70 8 Fair mount State Creeping Up By United Press International NEW' YORK (UPI>-Fairmont State of West Virginia is finally beginning to receive the national: recognition it has worked hard for this season. The undefeated Falcons, who 1 ran their season record to 21-0 last week, nave climbed into the top 10 in the United Press International Board of Coaches weekly small college ratings for the first time. Coach Joe Retton's club defeated three more opponents last week and-climbed seven- spots to the No. 9 position in this week's ratings; which include. games played through Sunday,; Feb. 7. ! Kentucky State remained in the No. 1 spot in this week's ratings!after receiving 19 first- place votes and 278 points from 30 of the 35 members of the coaches board who participated in the balloting, the Thorobreds have a 17-1 record, after disposing of two more opponents last week. There were no changes among j .the top six teams this week, j Assumption, undefeated in 17 games, received six first- place votes and. is second with 255 points. Then come South- w e s t Louisiana, Tennessee State, [Louisiana State at New Orleans and Louisiana Tech., j Ashland, which ran its record to 18-2, moved up one place to seventh and Kentucky Wesleyan, which split a pair of games last week, dropped one notch to eighthj Fairmont State and Puget Sound, which lost its only game last week, round out the top 10. Five coaches from each.of the seven geographical areas of the nation comprise the UP1 ratings board. Each week they vote, on the top 10 teams and points are awarded on a 10-9-87-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for votes from first to 10th. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1971 John 8e>an Rounc/baf/ers Seven of the ' right), Don Not Smifh, present 500 members of the John Bean Independent basketball team Tipton County Independent League are: front row (left to Bob Strong, Mike McCorkle, Larry Kiefer. Back row, Steve Zimmerman, Dennie Murray and Rick .Kiefer. for photo, Jim Dane. . (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) Mile Race Entries Filed The official entry list for the 55th annual 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 29 began to take form today with Dick Simon of "Salt Lake City, Utah, as the first driver assured of an opportunity to earn a starting Simon, position, one of four rookies in last yeai's "Indy" event, named himself jas driver—as well as owner and entrant—of the "Travelodge Special"- powered by a turbocharged V-8 Ford unit; and filed a second entry as a "backup" car {in case of trouble during practice. two JFoyt-Greer Specials, without drivers, also were entered tor^ay by A.J. Foyt, Jr., and James Greer, both of Houston, Texas. Foyt, a three-time '500" winner, is expected to enter two additional cars for his use. at a later date. (pionship personal Simon, Marlboro-USAC national cham- for: the Foyt-Greer Specials, which also will be powered by turbocharged V-8 Ford engines. Additional entries will be accepted by Speedway President Tony Hulman until midnight of April 15 and a field of more than 70 is expected. Only the fastest 33 qualifiers, however, will be eligible to start the race behind the Dodge Challenger pace car which will be given to the winner by the Dodge dealers.of Indianapolis. Official time trials to determine starting positions Tcill be held on the week-ends of May 15-16 and May 22-23. Daily practice sessions are. planned beginning May 1. Ticket order forms, showing the price and location of all reserved seats still available for the race, may be obtained by writing to the Speedway ticket department at Speedway, Indiana . '46224. who finished ioth in the Relchardt Traded point standing for the LEAGUE STANDINGS s best performance by any rookie last season, has become increasingly interested in racing ever since participating in his first . "super-Jnodified" event; nine years ago in Utah. Although one of Salt jLake City's outstanding businessmen, he found time to drive id most of USAC's races on paved tracks during the 1970 campaign and earned championship points in.seven of them. He placed only 14th at "Indy," but finished'third in the California i '500" to.move ahead of such veterans as Lloyd Ruby and Johnny 'Rutherford in the final point.standing for the year. VsimoJ will rely on FredSewall and Wally Peat, both of Salt Lake City, as co-mechanics. A.J. Foyt, Sri, again will be crew chief MONDAY NIGHT MENS MERCHANTS BOWLING LEAGUE Team Standings Co-op Service Center i 28-4 Detrex Chemicals 24-8 Hi-Ho Bar . 20-12 "Plake Floor Covering . -, 20-12 McGraws 20-12 Suburban Lanes 16-16 Team #5 ; 16-16 Farmers Loan & Trust Co. : - ' 14-18 Moose Lodge 10-22 Manufacturer's Life Ins 10-22 Westside Tavern ') 8-24 Hawkins & Son Cable i 6-26 TEAM & HIGH INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Manufacturer's Life Ins. (J. Beeson 596) tied Slims Hi-Ho Bar (R.Orr 557)4-4, |. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. (K. Altherr 578) iied Moose Lodge (B.Mahaney 573)4-4. | Co-op Service Center (B. Robinson 565) over Suburban Lanes (H. Nightenhelser 614) 8-0. | . McGraws (N. Pyke 545) tied Plake Floor Covering (D. Biester .525)4-4. : • " ' 1 Hawkins & Son Cable <S. Eltzrowth 501) tied Team #5 (R. Scott 572) 4-4. Detrex Chemicals (V. E. Witham 659) over Westside Tavern (H. Pitts 558) 8-0. I " V. E. Witham rolled 659 for the high 3 game series. Hubert Nightenhelser rolled 614 for the 2nd highe 3 game series. V. E. Witham rolled 237 fori the high single game. Dwight Casler and Jim Beeson each rolled a 224 for the 2nd high single game. Basketball By.United Press International r .;• COLLEGE Indiana 71 Michigan State .70 Ohio State 69 Purdue 67 Robert I Morris (HI.) 76 Vincennes 72 Indiana | Tech 93 Huntington 87 Franklin 84 Indiana. Central 74 Earlham 107 Taylor 100 Anderson '94 Manchester 90 Bethel 89 Concordia 83 Hanover 74 Wabash 61 St. Joseph's 87 WrightState 59 Fort Wayne Bible 91 Michigan Christian 66 St. Francis 98 International 87 j HIGH SCHOOL Evansville Central 80 Evans-:' ville Memorial 72 Mount Vernon 75 Evansville Reitz 74 Calume: 71 Gary Andrean 68 Gary WaUace 97 East Gary 71 River forest 92 Merrillville 61 Rushville 96 Tri Hi 51 West Vigo 91 Rosedale 71 Carthage 76 Edinburg 62 North Central 67 SwitzCity 55 Haubstaldt 69 Tecumseh 61 LA! IT 3 DAYS OF SALE MEN'S FLORSHEIM while tbey lastl $10 ZEHNER'S SH< WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Washington Senators traded outfielder Rick Reichardt Tuesday to.-the Chicago White Sox for right-handed hurler Jerry Janeski. Reichardt, obtained in a swap with the California Angels last April, hit .251, connected for 15 homers and drove in 47 runs last season. Janeski, 24, won 10 and lost 17 with a last place club last year —his first in the majors. His earned run average was 4.76. ' Q Desert Classiic Gets Underway By JOE SARGIS UPI Sports Writer , PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI)—No one' with the exception of Joe Carr remembers the Bob Hope Desert Classic, which starts today over four desert courses, better than Tom Shaw, the surprise leader on the PGA money winning list this year. It was five years ago that . Carr and Shaw, winner- of the Crosby and Hawaiian this year for almost $70,000, were driving to the Hope Classic when they were sideswiped near Millbrae, Calif. Carr, who. was . driving, suffered minor injuries but Shaw hurt his back and there was some doubt at the time that he would, ever play golf again. But Shaw, who makes his home in Milwaukie, .Ore., came' back and now is the hottest player on the PGA tour. In the $140,000 Hope, a90-hole marathon complete with four rounds of play with amateurs, Shaw starts out at La Quinta Country Club. . Arnold Palmer, who had putting problems in the Hawaiian, also starts at La Quinta along with 1970 Player of the Year -Billy Casper, Phoenix Open champ Miller Barber and 1970 money winner Lee Trevino. Indian Wells, Tamarisk and Bermuda. Dunes ar^the other Hope courses. Competing are 136 pros and 136 amateur teams of three players each. The amateurs stay together, playing with a different pro each day and wind up after 72 holes. The low 70 and ties among the pros go the final round with the winner cut in. for $28,000 from the total pot of $140,000. Only Bobby Lunn, winner of the Los Angeles Open, and George Archer, who took the San Diego crown, are among the top 10 money winners missing from the Hope field. Also absent is Jack Nicklaus, who is resting with his family this week in keeping with his self-imposed schedule of taking off every third week. Also starting today and running for 54 holes is the satellite Hope of Tomorrow, which rewrds the winner with $2,400 and use of anew car for three years.

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