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•< aft— ia— Page 4 /U 56 Win Streak At Stake This Week BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana's swimmers take their 56- meet dual winning string into the busiest week of the regular season this week with meets against Purdue, Southern Illinois and Evansville. Currently 8-0 for the season and apparently headed for a fifth consecutive undefeated season, the defending Big Ten and National Collegiate champions go against the Boilermakers at Lafayette at 4:30 Wednesday, then return home to face Southern Illinois, at 4:30 Thursday and Eyansville at 7:30 Friday. The Hoosiers notched No. 55 and 56 over the weekend by downing Michigan, 78-45, and Michigan State, 81-42, both without the services of Gary Hall, 1969 'and 1970 "World Swimmer, ; who was in Columbus receiving an "award as the nation's top swimmer. . . From current "best-time" listings the Hoosiers' string appears to be in little danger. They rate-Indiana swimmers at the top in six of nine events, headed by 1970 Sullivan Award winner John Kinsella. Thel8-year-oldfresh- : man leads the pack in the 200, 500 and 1000-yard free style, . while Gary Hall is tops in the individual medley, Mark Spitz in the 100-freestyle and fresh- man Mike Stamm in the 200- backstroke. A seventh best performance wUl go. in next week.on Spitz' 1:50.9 in the 200-butterfly, a mark 3.6 seconds under the previous best in the country, a. 1:54.5 by Long Beach State's Hans Fassnacht. While over Spitz' Big Ten record of 1:50.44, it was in threatening range of the American record of 1:49.6, set by John Ferris of Stanford in Indiana's Royer Fool during the 1969 NCAA Championships. Indiana Best Marks Swimming (NCAA Qualifying Standard) . 50-yard Freestyle (:21.8): :21.2, Mark Spitz, J-15-71; :22.2, Rich Anderson, 12-11-70. 100-Yard Freestyle (:47.8): :45.9, Mark Spitz, 1-15-71; : 47 .2, John Kinsella, 1-16-71; :48 .2, Gary ConeUy, 1-30-71; : 48 .4, Rich Anderson, 12-11-70. 200-Yard Freestyle. (1:46.2): 1:41.4, John Kinsella, 1-15-71;. 1:44.0, Gary Conelly, 1-15-71; 1:46.4, Santiago Esteva, 1-3071; 1:46.6, Bill Baird, 1-16-71; 1:47.9, Jack Horsley, 12-11-70. 500-Yard Freestlye (4:51.0):, 4:32.3, John Kinsella, 12-11-70; 4:39.3, Gary Hall, 12-11-70; 4: 47.1, .Ulf Gustavsen, 1-15-71; 4:49.5, Bill Baird, 1-16-71. 1000-Yard Freestyle (None): 9:17.6, John KinseUa, 12-11-70; 9:56.0, Gary Hall, 1-30-71; 9: 56.7, Ulf Gustavsen, 2-5-71; 9 : 58.4, Santiago Esteva, 12-11-7.0. 200-Yard Backstroke (2:01.6): 1S3.0, Mike Stamm, 12-11-70; 1:55.9, Santiago Esteva, 1-15-71; 1:56.6, Jack Horsley, 12-11-70; 2:00.4, Bob Silver, 1-16-71. 200-Yard Butterfly (1:58.8): 1:50.9, Mark Spitz, 2-6-71; 1: .56.0, Pat O'Connor, 12-11-70; IHSAA Eligible Teams, 436 INDIANAPOLIS (UP1) - Ns principal will lose his job t'.iis yatr b.acVusa he forgot to enter his school in the annual Indiana high school basketball tourney. The Indiana High School Athletic-Association reported that all 436 eligible schools had submitted entries by the time the deadline arrived at 4 p.m. EST Wednesday, The last three schools to register were from Indianapolis-^ Broad Ripple, Ritter and three- time winner, Crispus Attacks. Their qualifying papers were hand carried to the association offices in. Monument Circle early in the afternoon. Arrival of all the entires enabled coaches, principals and athletic directors to breathe easier. Occasionally over the 1:56.6, Duncan Scott, 1-16-71. : 200-Yard Individual Medley (2:01.0): 1:55.6, Gary Hall, 115-71; i:56.6, George Smith, 26-71; 1:57.2, Mike Stamm, 1-1571; 2:01.5, BUI Heiss, 12-1170. 400-Yard Individual Medley (4:21.7): 4:04..3, Gary Hall, 1211-70; 4:18.5, George Smith, 25-71. : 400-Yard Medley Relay (3:38 .0): 3:32.1, (Mike Stamm, Pete Dahlberg, Pat O'Connor, Mark Spitz), 2-5-71. .400-Yard Freestyle Relay (3 :12.5): 3:12.9, (Gary Conelly, George Smith, Larry Barbiere, Bill Heiss). 12-11-70. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Vincennes Loses MJCAA Rating 7 (HUTCHINSON, Kan. (UPI>- iA-.jpnvj -oil i*s No. 1 ranki years, a well-meaning official given the responsibility of entering his school in the tourney . has forgotten. Such an oversight is considered, a cardinal sin in this state of hardwood hysteria. * The IHSAA is so sympathetic with the local officials it keeps track of all entires and if the deadline day arrives and some schools are not entered, the staff telephones to be sure any oversight can be corrected with a hurry-up trip to the association office. . Pairings for the teams will be conducted next Wednesday morning beginning about 8 a~m. EST, and the64 sectional tourneys will be played the following week, with-regionals at 16 centers a week later. The semi- states are next at four centers, and the finals in Indianapolis on March 20. Results INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Indiana State 74 Ball State 67 Butler 88 DePauw 75 Fort Wayne Bible 62 Marion 60 Tri-State 89 Spring Arbor 72 Evansville 89 Valparaiso 80 ViA -.=*pH»vj -oil i's No. 1 ranking W&n^sday in the N a t i o n a 1 Junio'r '.College Athletic Association basketball ratings to College of Southern Idaho-Twin Falls. .-. •]'• . • The Hoosier school, which held the top spot the first seven weeks of the season, dropped to second after losing for the first time recently and holding an 18-1 record. The Idaho school, with a 22-1 record, moved ahead of Vincennes by drawing nine of a. possible 19 first place votes and 153 points in the balloting by a rating panel of coaches. . 'After the balloting was completed, Vincennes lost a second time, 76-72, Tuesday to Robert Morris of Illinois and now has a season record of 18-2. The other schools among the top five included unbeaten Brevard, 18-0, Cocoa, Fla., third; San Jacinto, 29-3. " By United Press International East LaSalle 92 Canisius 55 Syracuse 57 Army 46 Duquesne 85 Providence 80 Navy 65 Va. Military 47 ~ Mar shall 88 Toledo 66 St. Bona 64 LIU 60 St. Peter's 87 Manhattan 85 Conn 94 Colgate 76 Temple 61 Penn St 58 Pitt 62.Westminister (Pa.) 41 . South J Virginia 78 Maryland 63 Duke 83 Wake Forest 78 ; S Carolina 70 Davidson 62 Ali Threatened With Law Suit NEW YORK (UPlK Muhammad Ali's suggestion that he meet former sparring partner Jimmy Ellis in an exhibition tuneup for his ."j". March 8 heavyweight title fight with Joe Frazier was met today with the threat of a law suit. .." Jerry Perenchio, president of Chartwell Artists, owners of the promotional rights to the March 8 fight, said such action by All would be in violation of the $5 million contract signed by the two principals. Under the terms of the contract, Ali and Frazier will each receive a guarantee of $2.5 million. "If he (All) steps into a ring except for training, I'll sue him for the $2.5 million I'm going to pay him," said Perenchio. "Mr. Ali is going to do things my way. If he expects me to pay him $2.5 million, he's got to learn I'm the guy who is calling the shots." " •" | Ali suggested the exhibition with Ellis because "I need a good competitive workout and I want to get the feel of the crowd." !• | . LSU 86 Florida 74 | Tenn St 95 Kentucky St 94 Miss 94 Vanderbilt 88 : | • Midwesc E Mi3 »i 8t W: tenberg 59 Steubenville 92 St. Vincent 68 Oberlin 97 Mt Union 91 Southwest Pan American 76 Middle Tenn 75. LEAGUE STANDINGS WEDNESDAY NIGHT MENS CITY BOWLING LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS Jim Dandy Drive In Farmers Loan & Trust Co. Ti-On Lounge #1 Ti-On Lounge #2 F. Ray Hull & Son Inc. Tebco Kof C Davis Hybirds Pete's Pizza Dick Sanburn Inc. Team #3 Tipton Cleaners American Legion Quick Wash _'•;•. Ross & Doggett Manufactuers Life Sboffner's Bar' [ Ins. i 69-23 . 65-27 57-35 54-38 52-1/2-39-1/2 51-41 51-41 51-41 49-1/2-42-1/2, 49-43 i. ' ! . 47-45 j : 45-47 45-47 ! • 40-52 37-55 35-57 30-62 . TEAM & HIGH INDIVIDUAL RESULTS j K of C (B. Altherr 582) over Ross & Doggett (B. Bath 560) 3-1. Jim Dandy Drive In (V. E; Witham 653) over Blind .(——•) 4-0. Ti-On Lounge #2 (H. Pitts 627) tied F.Ray Hull & Son (H. Teter 542) 2-2. ° . | Davis Hybirds (H. Tidier 559) over American Legion (C. Pickett 519) 4-0. " I ! Team #3 (W. Pennock 528) over Tebco (R.Robinson 511) 3-1. Ti-On Lounge #1 (p. Jones 584) over Quick Wash (D. Fike 523) 3-1. . j i "-j. . Dick Sanburn Inc. (H. Jung 540) over Shbffner's Bar (C. Vawter 466) 4-0. . ''•••! : Farmers Loan A Trust Co. Ins. (C. Maxey 553) over Tipton Cleaners (B. Morrisett 591) 4-0. Pete's Pizza (H. Sunsdahl 585) over Manufactuer's Life Ins. (E. Fratus 531) 3-1. V. E. Witham rolled 653 for the high 3 game series. Harold Pitts rolled 627 for the 2nd high 3 game series. Doug Jones rolled 237 for the high single game. V. E. Witham rolled 234 for the 2nd high single game. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1971 Cage-ology Byj Eldon Cage, Tribune Sports Editc CIC Standings '& Scorers White River Conference Tourney Tickets Al Bloemker ChiliSupper Devil Starters Trojan Lineup Central Indiana Conference. 'Standings ' ; CIC ALL Peru .-• 6-0 15- 2 Black. Co. 4-2 16- 3 Alexandria 3-2 12- 5 Huntington 4-3 11^ 6 Wabash 2-3 7-19 Tipton 2-4 4-14 Elwood 1-4 6-10 Burris 1-5 5-12 Ten Le iding Scorers (Corif. Games Only) . - 1 . G Pts. Avg. Garrett, Peru 6 173 28.8 • Kennedy, Burris 5 137 27.4 Benson, Alex. 5 109 21.8 Tankersley, f.' 4 85 21.2 Kelley, EHS . 5 93 18.6 Keehn,Hunt. 5 89 17.5 |, Epperly, Wab.. 5 87 17.4 Shafer, Huntl 7 117 16.7 Johnson, Peru 6 94 15.6 Williams, EHS 5 70 14.0 York, TIPTON 6 84 14.0 White' River Conference | Standings Pendleton Hts. Highland j Shenandoah Lapel Ybrktown Frankton Hamilton Hts!, Mt. Vernon 6-1 13- 5 4-1 10-6 4-2 14- 4 2-3 ' 8- 7 2-3 15- 3 2-4 5-11 1-4 9-9 2-5 6-11 Peru's Tigers lead the CIC race at 6 wins and zero losses and also in overall season games at 15-2. Tipton is 2-4 in loop play and 4-14 joverall. Jim York is in. the topi ten CIC scorers with a 14.0 per game average. • •'•|' |E-C : •' • Hamilton; Heights has dropped four games in the tough White River Conference and stands at 1-4 in league play and 9-9 overall. •• ••' I | E " C ' • ' I "'. Season ticket holders for the Blue Devils Basketball 1970-71 home games jshould place their white ticket stubs in the ticket hopper or have a relative or friend to do so jno later' than this . Friday night |to be eligible for the sectional ticket draw. "•. ; • j ' E - c "' Al Bloemker, publicity committeeman 1 for the Indianapolis 500 Mile Rac^ to be held on Saturday, May 29, this year, has begun the advance publicity for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing with released on driver's entry lists this week. The 500 Mile Indy event gets more extended publicity than any other one single annual sporting event in the history of the world because it isl so spectacular for one whole month, the month, of May. Time trials will be held on weekends | of'May 15-16 and May 22-23. Tipton and Tipton County probably has m >re Indy 500 fans per. capita than any other county in the world. . Lair will be Tim Clouser and Joe Achenbach at forwards. Bob Richardson at center, and Jeff Juday and Jim York at guards. Blackfords probable starters will be Pratt, ThrailkiH, Bargerhuff, Weaver and Thiery. The Bruins are 16^3 for the year and 4-2 in the CIC, so they are real tough this year. Blackford takes in all of Blackford County and has an enrollment of 1107. E-C Tri-Central High School Coach John Harding said Thursday morning that his starting lineup for Friday night's game at Oak Hill would be Jeff Modisett and Rick Cyphers at forwards, Jim Martin at center, and Dave Harding and Steve Vandiver at guards. The Trojans travel to Madison- Grant at Fairmount Saturday night and Coach Harding said unless something unforeseen oc- currs he will start the same lineup on Saturday night. Daniels Sparks Pacer ABA Win INDIANAPOLIS ( U P I) — Met Daniels scored 11. of Indi-. ana's final 16 points Wednesday night to spark the Pacers to a . 115-104 American Basketball Association victory over the Texas Chaparrels. The Pacers broke a 16-16 tie. as Billy Keller hit a fielder and led the rest of the way. Their biggest margin was 14 at 64-50 • in the third period. But the Chaps Sought back and cut the margin to only three points at' 90-87. Don Sidle bagged a fielder and Freddie Lewis, who. scored 31 points, connected to give the Pacers a little more room. The Chaps again charged back, cutting it to 99-95 before Daniels took over. He hit a fielder, a free throw and another fielder before Texas could connect again. Then Daniels, who scored 24 points, hit three more .'buckets, while Keller, droppedin two free throws and , Lewis baggsl a three - point "home run" shot to end the Pacer scoring. Gene Moore topped ihi Chaps with 24 poiiis vnd >Vvi-' fea- tower added 19. Citizens; E-C, ate urged the Friday 15 p.m. to 7 p.m. Chili Supper in the The Tipton] lineup for: this Friday to attend Tipton High School Get 50 Extra Top Value Stamps from CLARK (The Premium People) at 816 East Jefferson Street CUP THIS C0U»0X WORTH 50 EXTRA This coupon is worth du exira Top Value Stamps with a purchase o participating Clark Super Value Stamps. Offer good through February 17. TOP VALUE STAMPS $3.00 or more at any SAVE MORE! ABA Standings cafeteria, sponsored by the Tipton T Men's 'Club. Proceeds go toward trips and other athletic needs of the high school boys. E-C ; Blue Devil varsity Blackford's Bruins night in the Satan. By United Press International East W. 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