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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE I.U. Tracksters In Louisville Meet Rick Cauble (30) Tipton guard being fouled by Taylor defenseman in Thursday, night's Tipton Frosh 54-34 win over Taylor Frosh at the Tipton gym. Mike Smith (42) Tipton guard coming into for possible assist. (Staff Photo by Jim Heaton) area Today's Sport Parade (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off."* By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer" NEW YORK (UPI)-"It's a big mental strain on .me; It's impossible to drive the thing out of your mind. You're always thinking that at any time you might, not be here to play. I wanna play." Spencer Haywood, the Seattle Supersonics' storm center and traveling man, is doing the talking and the reason he talks this way could prove the backbone of an intriguing novel. All the elements are there. Poor boy leaves home at 12 and. leads his country to an Olympic Gold Medal a few years later. He goes to college at the University of Detroit but keeps thinking of his mother working in the fields of Mississippi all the time. He decides to dp something, about it so while, he's still in school he.signs with Denver of ' the ABA for a whopping $1.9- million which later turns out to Big Ten Race Tightens By ED SAINSBURY UPI Sports Writer . *JP!1 _ The Big- basketball race could, tighten up Saturday when the top six teams play each other with front • running Michigan risking its unbeaten mark on the court of the fourth-place Purdue Boilermakers. Second-place Ohio State will be at home against. thirdVplace Illinois in the afternoon television game and Indiana and Iowa, tied for fifth place, will meet on the Hawkeye court. Purdue, unbeatable in its new home court until this year when it lost two nonconference games and then fell Tuesday to Ohio State, could do the entire loop a favor by handing the wolverines their first conference loss. Although Michigan drubbed -the Boilermakers, 85-69, in their earlier meeting on the Wolverines' court, that defeat could furnish added incentive to the Boilermakers; .Purdue's new style of. play, which produced, a win over Indiana on the Hoosier floor, might be enough to trip Michigan.. Should Michigan win, it would almost make the Wolverines odds-on favorites to grab the title since' they would have only two road games left and five home games in the stretch. A defeat would give Ohio State a chance to tie for the. top with a win over the Illini, or would make it possible for Illinois to move into a deadlock by beating the Buckeyes and posting one more victory. Both Illinois and Ohio State have only" one conference loss. . A loss for Michigan also would put Purdue, ; Iowa and Indiana in position to contend since each has lost only twice. Any one of the three then could move. up should they trail the Wolverines by only one in the loss column. All other teams have lost four or more games. The Illinois at. Ohio State match has added importance since it is the only meeting this season between the- two teams. If Illinois is unable to win on a foreign court, it won't get the Buckeyes later at home to even up. The Iowa-Indiana game will display two of the top players in the league in Fred Brown of the Hawkeyes and sophomore George ' McGihnis .of Indiana. Brown scored 28 points against Wisconsin to become the league's top scorer with an average of 32.8 points per game. McGintiis'," held to 21 points by Purdue and 24 by Michigan State, slipped from first to second in the scoring race with a 30.2-point-per-gam'e average. However, McGinnis held onto his league lead in rebounds, though his average per game dropped to 16.8. In other Big Ten games Saturday, seventh-place Michigan State plays at Minnesota and eighth-place Wisconsin is at Northwestern. Minnesota and Northwestern are tied for last place, each with an 0-6 Big Ten record. be less than half that amount the jray Haywood and his attorney figure it out. . Haywood goes on to be named Rookie of the Year and MVP I during the one season he's in the ABA but after he reads | the fine print of that whopping six-year contract with the Rockets he tells them see- you-later and signs with Seattle of the NBA, which by the way has a four-year rule prohibiting the signing of players until their f college class graduates; Haywood's class hasn't yet. Otherj NBA clubowners then go to court seeking to restrain Mm from | playing with • Seattle because-of that A trial date of March 2 is set and that's part of the reason why the 21-year- old 6-foot-9 Haywood,complains about the strain he's under. Mississippi Family If Spencer Haywood is under any strain it's only because he helped put himself there. His motives were good and pure jwhen he sought to help his mother working in Mississippi— you can't blame any boy for that—but Haywood was looking but for himself at the same time ;and maybe he tried to do it a little too fast. . He wanted the money and he wanted it now and any good banker or attorney could tell him there is a charge for that- one way or another. Thinking back to his original signing with Denver, Haywood now jsays: "What happened at the time I was 'signing was that I was a minor and they had a cooked-up guardian .for me. I really ' BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana's track team, a 74-66 winner over Michigan last Saturday, takes a break from dual meet competition this week, but Coach Sam Bell will send nine individuals to Louisville to compete in Saturday's Mason-Dixon games. Representing the Hoosiers will be Gary Haupert and Dennis Adama in the high jump, Mike Goodrich and Larry Highbaugh in the 70-yard dash. Jack Keeler in the 70-yard high hurdles. Glen Close in the 600, Scott Riles and .Dan Hayes in the mile and Bob Winchell in the shot put Indiana's victory at Ann Arbor evened their season's record at 1-1, and it came after a week of frustration in which- many of the Hoosiers were unable to practice due to registration in the Old Fieldhouse. "Pm happy with the victory, because many of our performances were so much better than what we had at Nebraska," Bell said. "We got real good efforts from most of our people." Highlighting the victory was the school record-breaking performance of junior Steve Kelley in the two mile run. Kelley's time was 8:52.7, and he broke the 34-year old existing record that Don Lash set in 1937. Freshman Pat Mandera also broke Lash's old mark with a clocking of 8:55.5 and he finished second Kinsella Leads I.U. Swimmers BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) John Kinsella, Indiana's freshman swimming star, broke his own NCAA record in the 500- yard free style event Thursday and captured another first place to lead the Hoosiers to their 58th consecutive dual meet vie- tory, 69-42 over Southern Illinois. Kinsella's time of 4:31.8 clipped a half second from the record he set earlier this season. He also won the 200-yard individual medley to become the meet's only double winner. His time' in the medley was 1:58.5, fifth best NCAA time in the event this season. Another . IU freshman, Mike Stamm, won the 200-yard backstroke- inl: 52.8, which tied the NCAA record set last year by Mitch Ivey of Long Beach State, Calif. Gary Stamm turned in the season's 2nd fastest time in the' 1,000-uard free style for the Hoosiers at 9:28.0, bettered only by.Kinsella's 9:17.6, an NCAA record set earlier this season. trusted the people I was dealing with." The people Haywood dealt with were the Denver owners, Don Ringsby and his father, J. (Continued on page six) to Kelley. "Kelley and Mandera both ran excellent races for this time of the year," Bell said. "It was a lifetime best for both but they'll have to keep it up, because two boys have better times in the Conference." Also contributing to the Indiana victory were the points they garnered in the middle distances —a third in the 880, a first and second in the 1000, and a third in the mile—a far cry from, the 25-2 shellacking they suffered in those events at Nebraska. "Paul Olsen and Vera Jolgren (one-two in the 1000) improved tremendously and competed well," Bell added. "The difference in points in the middle- distance events won the meet for us." Indiana's Top , Track Marks 60-Yard Dash (:06.2): :06.1, Mike Goodrich, 1-30-71; :06.1, Larry Highbaugh, 1-30-71; :06 .2, Mike Miller, 1-30-71. 440-Yard Dash (:49.0): :50,3, .Karl Florence, 2-6-71; :50.5, Mike Goodrich, 1-30-71. 600-Yard Dash 0 :11.0): 1:11 .8, Glen Close, 2-6-71. 880-Yard Run (1:53.0): 1:54.5, Steve York, 2-6-71. ; ' - . 1^000 Yard Run (2:11.0): 2: 12.0, Paul Olson, .2-6-71; 2:12.4, Vern Jolgren, 2-6-71. • Mile Run (4:10.0): 4:13.0, Dan Hayes, 2-6-71. Two-Mile Run (8-57.0): 8:52 .7, Steve Kelley, 2-6-71; 8:55.5, Pat Mandera. 60-High Hurdles (:07.4) : :07 .7, Jack Keeler, 1^30-71. 70-Yard High Hurdles (:08.6): :08.8, Jack Keeler, 2-6-71. High Jump (6-9): 6-8, Gary Haupert, 2-6-71; 6-8,' Dennis Adaina, 2-6-71. Pole Vault (15-10): 15-0, DIXT on Boughman; 1-30-71 and 2^6'71; Long Jump (23-11): 23-4 3/4, Larry Highbaugh, 1-30-71; 227 1/2, Mike Miller, 2-6-70. Shot Put (56-5): 56-5, Bob Winchess, 1-30-71; 55-2, Val Chandler, 1-30-71. | Triple Jump (49-0): 48-0, Doug Vine, 1-30-71. Mile Relay (3:18.0): 3:22.7, (Karl Florence, Gary Powelli Glen Close, Jerry Leftwich). TAX SERVICE State & Federal Returns Farmer* by Appointment Open l:M un to 1:31 pjn. Dally fae*. * Thai*, tfl • pjn. SaLtUNeen JIMMIE DEAKYNE Lacate* IK blocka north of 4-way Step, St. Ed. It. , West Side rhone S3Z-4M5 jckcra WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SPECIAL FROM PONDEROSA RIB-EYE STEAK DINNER Feb. 13,14,15 It's a. new day for George but it's the same great Ponderosa steak. Dinners include baked potato, tossed green salad and hot roll. Celebrate with Ponderosa. In honor of George. PONDEROSA STEAI HOUSE 1906 South Plate Street (Behind Wiese Oldsmoblle) K0K0M0 Palmer Searches For Lost Touch By JOE SAKGIS UPI Sports Writer PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI)-Arnold Palmer still is. searching for his lost touch on the greens and be may find it today with a new putter in the third round of the marathon Bob Hope Desert Classic. ( The 41-year-old Palmer, who attributes his inability to win a. tourney title in 14 months to a "guessing game" putting touch, shot a bne-under 71 at windy and hot Tamarisk Country Club Thursday to : tie with Bob. Murphy, Bert Yancey^ and George Hixon ior the. second round lead. The former king of the fairways missed five birdie putts on 10 feet or less during the round and almost threw up his hands in disgust. 'I'm still searching for the kind pf putting stroke that will restore my confidence," said- Palmer of the round. "It's kind of a guessing game every time I get on the green." The 71 in the second round left Palmer, Murphy,: Yancey and Hixon with 36-hoie' scores of six under par 138, a stroke in front of six others, including improving Billy Casper. Murphy shot a second round four under 68 at Bermuda Dunes to get] a share of the lead while Yancey had a three under 69 and Hixon, playing in his first event of the year, shot a 70. Yancey and Hixon, playing in his first event of the year, shot a '70. Yancey and Hixon also played Bermuda Dunes. - ' Indian Wells and La Quinta are the other courses being, used, in the Hope Classic, where the .cut won't be made until after Saturday's fourth round to the low 70s and ties,.who will finish up at Bermuda Dunes, i • • 1 • ,:; '!'..•' - 1 ' There was no room , to maneuver for - the leaders, because only ( a stroke behind them were Dick Rhyan, Ray Floyd, Casper, Italian champion Roberto | Bernardini, Bob Rosburg and Bobby Greenwood. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12'. 1971 Harkness, Norris Support Devils Frosh Split Tourney Invite . Early Football Details • Jr. Hi Wrestlers Jr. Hi BB By E/don Cage, Tribune Sports Editor' There [are so many "died in the wool Tipton Blue Devil fans" in this Tipton Community School System all the way from southwest of kempton to West Elwood to New Lancaster to west of Nor-' manda. that.Cage-ology could not. possibly count„let alone know all of them personally. Thank the Satans for all of these good, loyal fans, players, coaches, cheerleaders, J cheerblocks. and • the school in general needs their spirit and backing. So in (today's Cage-ology we: will point but[ two of the many women fans who have remained faithful to the Blue Devils through good and lean years. The two commended today are Dorothy Harkness and Meredith Norris both rabid, Tipton fails who havt n't missed many games over the past'20 years. Sure they get a bitj depressed in the lean years, just the same as opponents loyal fans in ' lean years, but these two women fans will not] coaches yillify their players, and school in idle conversation and our thanks to them. •" There are many other women, men and youth who are admirable in'their Blue Devil support, and we will -attempt in time to commend all (in this category, but if we omit a loyal fan or so, "don't stop supporting the Tipton 'Blue and)'White.- There has been much discussion about the first Tipton High School football teams after the turn of the century and in all probability there are some school yearbooks with official records on the team and schedule details and Cage-ology would appreciate accurate information on these "good old football days" of the forerunner of!the great modern Blue Devil teams. .- Too, this [column and area sportsmen would like to know , the reason for the discontinuance of football at Tipton High - about 1918-1920 or when the discontinuance came. C-0 Don Jellison, skilled Noblesville Ledger Sports Editor in a communication with Cage-ology invites any Tipton County Independent basketball team to enter the Noblesville Amateur Basketball Tournament scheduled for March 14, 21, 28 and 30 at No- blesvilie. . , . Jellison states that the entry deadline is Feb. 25 and only the. first 24 teams will be accepted on. a~ $20 per team entry fee. Trophies and individual awards will be made to top teams. Entry details should include a check payable to the Hamilton County Amateur Basketball League and mailed to Don Jellison, Sports Editor, Noblesville Daily Ledger, 957 Logan Street, Noblesville, Indiana. Jellison can be .reached by telephone 7731210 at the Ledger office or at his home 773-2769. C-0 Tonight's Tipton - Blackford contest is the final home Blue Devil game of the 1970-71 season and a T Men's Chili supper from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. will be served in the high school cafeteria prior to the game. Persons not able to attend the game are urged to support this year's fine group of Tipton athletes by patronizing the Chili Supper. Dick Stewart, Hershell Grinstead, Jim Beeson and Cliff Harrison will get back in broadcast action after a one. game layoff (Alexandria) last weekend. C-0 Tipton Freshmen teams split a double bill with the Taylor Titan Frosh Thursday night at Tipton. Tipton's A team won 6 -4-34 with Jerry Karnes scoring 16 markers, Jeff Landrunvi3 and Mike Smith 10 on Tipton's team average shooting of .551 percent. Wilson was high for Taylor with S.­ Tipton's B Frosh lost a thriller 40-33 to Taylor's hotshooting (Continued on page six) Maverick, 1971 MAVERICK 2-DOOR SEDAN a simple compact car. 1»71 TORINO 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP WHITE SALE SPECIAL on size and price. size car. The prices are right at your Ford Boater's. And the sizes are right on, too. Import-sbe, compact-size, mld-slza or full-size. Better- Ideaa maka them batter buys. Tiy oho. 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