The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 13, 1971 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, February 13, 1971
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Pace 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Blue Devils Lose CIC Tilt To Brains By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor . .Tipton High School Gym — A veteran Blackford High School Basketball Quintet fought heavy, •wet snow Friday night to get from Hartford City to Tipton and then made the most of an otherwise inclement evening by "snowballing" the Tipton Blue Devils 95-69 in a CIC game. This conference game was more closely contested play-wise than the score indicates as the Satans were having their most difficult ball handling problem against the press in ages and committed 11 errors in the first quarter, permitting the Bruins several "freebees" and a couple of "creebees" to build up a 27-16 lead and then were only able to get within 10 points 32-22 once more in the contest, because, of the breaks, Blackford's experience and ruggedness, .573 field-goal Shooting and 38 to 23 rebounding edge. Tipton's Bill Sullivan produced 15 points, Jim York 14 and Joe Achenbach 14 to lead the Devil attack. Jeff Juday had nine markers Bob Richardson eight, Tim Clouser seven and Larry Harper two to round out the scoring. Mike Jackson and Mark Enneking both sophomores got in the lineup for Coach John Moses. Blackford Seniors Dennis Pratt and Mark,Weaver paced thevisi- • tors with 21 each. Hal Oberhol- zeF »another senior aided the Bruin cause with 17 points. The winners hit 39 of 68 from the field and 17-27 from the charity stripe while Tipton canned 22 of 60 out on the floor and 25 of 39 from the foul line. The Satans made 25 errors and had 10 steals while the Bruins committed 21 errors and had 14 thefts. This win gives Blackford a 17-3 • all games record and 5-2 in the CIC. - Tipton is 4-15 overall and 2^5 in the CIC loop. Tipton travels toMaconaquahFeb.20where Dick S t e w a r t plus three will broadcast. Too, Stewart and trio will radio the Tri-Central - Madison Grant game Feb. 13 starting at 8 p.m.. Reserve Coach Tim Renie used 16 B-team ball players and had Blackford's 17-3 reserve team beaten until the last few minutes only to lose the thriller 52-47. Coach Renieused five playersfor as near four minutes as possible and then added five more throughout the game. This gave all 16 reserve team players close to a minimum of eight minutes playr ing time for the night, which is the only means of getting game experience. Instructions on Sectional ticket distribution will be printed, in the Tipton Daily Tribune next Monday. Summary and Box LEAGUE f '~ STANDINGS HH Huskies By Higlilaii Downed i 77-63 SATURDAY,-FEBRUARY 13, 1071 Trojans Drop Close Game to Eagles 87-80 By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor Assist 4 21 2 4 4 9 3 21 2 17 2 1 Jr's SERV/C 122 WJefferson 675-2540 • Tune-up •Brake Service •Washing •Lubrication BLACKFORD (95) Pratt .85 Thrailkill .2 0 Bargerhuff - 4 1. Weaver 9 3 Oberholzer 6 5 Thiery 0 1 Yadon .32 Leas 4 0 Wilman 10 Spaulding 10 Hilderbrand 1 0 TOTALS TIPTON (69) Achenbaeh 5 4 Clouser 2 3 Richardson 3 2 York 3 8 Sullivan 4 7 Juday 4 1 Jackson. 0 0 Harper 1 0 Enneking 0 0 TOTALS Blackford Co. . Tipton Blackford B '52 Tipton B. 47 BREAK TRADITION . HOUSTON (UPI)— Crosstown rivals Rice : University and Houston University will-"break a 25-year tradition Sept. 11 and oppose each other in football, it was jointly announced Friday by Rice Athletic Director Bill Peterson and Houston Athletic Director Harry Fouke. THURSDAY NIGHT WOMENS BOWLERS Turner Trucking Ron Shuck Auctioneer Fred Henry Standard . Suburban Lanes • Standard Oil • Briggs . ". Farm Bureau Inc. Elks #2 Elks #1 Bud Henry Trucking Pioneer . - 61-27 57-1/2-30-1/2 56-1/2-31-1/2 55-1/2-32-1/2. 50-1/2-37-1/2 50-1/2-37-1/2 44-44 42-46 . 41-47 40-48 30-1/2-57-1/2 Ron Shuck Auctioneer 24.91 (T.-Altherr 467) over Farm Bureau Ins. '2391 (E. teter 440) 4-0. Suburban Lanes 2557 (M. Needier 521) over Standard Oil 2468 (L. Francis 467) 3-1. Turner Trucking 2505 (V. Haley 467) over Elks #2 2504 (L. Whelchel 441) 3-1. Briggs 2412 (J. Shaw 460) over Elks #1 2286 (M. Pumphrey 389) 3-1. . Pioneer 2331 (M. Patmore 399) tied Bud Henry Trucking 2264 (D. Brewer 413) 2-2. Fred Henry Standard 2524 (C. Teter 464) Blind. 4-0. Ladies PGA 12 Tourneys 39 17 23 95 3 14 5 8 2 8 2 14 415 4 19 0 0 3 2 0 0 2225 23 69 27 20 29 19 16 15 21 17 ATLANTA (UPI)-The • Ladies Profession! Golf Association announced Friday a- spring schedule of 12 cluding the $60,000 Sears Women's W.ORLD Classic at Port St. Lucie, Fla., the richest event ever for the women pros. The St. Lucie event Feb. 18-21 also includes a first prize of $10,000, marking the first time the winner's purse has been that high in an LPGA tourney. Two other tournaments will offer total purses of $50,000 or •better. They are the $53,000: Eve-LPGA championship at Sutton, Mass., June 10-13 and the $50,000 Sealy-LPGA tournament at Las Vegas, Nev., May 13-16. The USGA Women's Open is scheduled. for Erie, Pa., June 24-27 but the, amount of the purse has yet to be disclosed. .Other spring tournaments include: Orange Blossom Classic March 19-21, SU Petersburg, Fla., $20,000. . Raleigh Ladies Open, April 16-18, Raleigh, N.C., $20,000. Burdine's InvitUonal, April 23-25, Miami, $30,000. Dallas Civitan Open, April 30- May 2. Dallas, $30,000. lamo Ladies Open, May 7-9, San Antonio,; Tex. , $20,000. Suzuki Golf Internationale, May 21-23, Buena Park, Calif., $38,000.' Lady Carling Open,' June 4-6, Baltimore, purse not determined. Heritage Open, June 18- 20.Southbury, Conn., $25,000. 1 By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor ARCADIA — Hamilton Height's Huskies didtft get Larry Swindell, Randy Yust, and Gary Rudig shut off on the field goal production soon enough Friday night and the. Anderson Highland. Laddies Upset, the Huskies 77-B3 in a White River Conference game. Indians Sigh CLEVELAND (UPI)-Twenty Cleveland Indians are now under contract for the 1971 season. The tribe announced Friday that. Chuck Hinton, Gome.r Hodge and Ed Farmer have agreed to terms. Hinton, . 34, played outfield, first base and even worked behind the plate while hitting .318 last season. Hodge, 26, an infielder, played at Savannah last j year where he hit .291. He is primarily a-third baseman, but can. play second or short;when • needed. . 1 1 Farmer, 21, is a righthinded Ditcher. H» , is 6-4 and 210 pounds. His home is. in Paias Hts., 111. He had a 5-7 record at Wichita last year. THREE ROYALS SIGN . KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI>George Spriggs, the most valuable player in the American : Association last. season, was among three Kansas City Royals to sign 1971 contracts Friday. Rick | McCoskey gathered 32 markers to lead the Heights crew. Don Morgan collected 11'and also made the great plays for the Huskies. The reserve game also went to Highland 50-42. by Elwood Call-Leader. ANDERSON HIGHLAND (77) Yust i 8, 016 Rudig 4 6.14 Kerr 13 5 Bale ; | 3 0 6 Swindell 1 ,11 4 26 , Rosey ; . 12 4- Brewer 3 0 6, TOTALS CONVERSE —OakHill's Golden Eagles used a 34 point last quarter against Tri-Central's 22 to edge the Trojans 87-80 here Friday night after Tri-Central's team and fans battled the snow storm to get to the site. Jim Martin with' 31 points, on 12 fielders and nine free throws and Dave Harding's 18 markers •had TC | in front 58-53 at the end of three cantos and then the SPORT SHORTS 31 15 77 HAMILTON HTS. (63) Simpson Meyerrose .• Hundley Morgan McCoskey Russell Cruzan . TOTALS Anderson Hamilton Hgts. Anderson Highland B Hamilton Heights B STAFF COMPLETED '• LOS ANGELES (UPI)— Tommy Prothro, new head coach of the Los Angeles Rams', Friday completed his coaching staff, with the addition of Sid Hall. Hail- previously- served as linebacker coach with" the Oakland; Raiders. . PIPER J TO SCOUT : ST. j LOUIS, (UPI)-Lorenzo "Piper"!' .Davis, former Harlem Globetrotter, Friday 'was signed 11 19 23 24 by the St. Louis baseball 8 10 17 28 Cardinals as s a scout. The 5350 year old Davis will cover 42 Louisiana. Texas and Alabama 0 4 1 3 0 2 3 11 11 10:32 10 2 3 3 9 2317 63 Eagles Anthony, Hayes and Towe uncorked a barrage of swishers to overcome a gallant band of visitors in that final eight minutes of play. Tri-Central travels to Fairmount Saturday, night to tangle with Madison-Grant. Dick Stewart will radio that game, TC's Reserves were defeated 64-39. Oak Hill (87) Anthony 11 1 3 23 Tribbett 10 3 2 Groom . 6 3 3 15 Hayes 9 0 2 18 Towe 6 6 4 18 Dedaker 3 5 4 11 TOTALS 36 15 19 87 TRI-CENTRAL (80) Modisett 4 7 4 15 Johnson 0 2 3 2 Cyphers 1.113 Martin 12 9 2 31 Whitehead 0 0 2 0 Harding 8 2 5 18 Vandiver 4 119 TOTALS 29 2218 80 Oak Hill 22 14 17 34 Tri-Central 16 21 21 22 Oak Hill B .64 Tri-Central B 39 USLTA Recommends Pros To Be Ranked BELLEAIR, Fla. (UPI)-The ranking committee of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association recommended Friday that contract pros who played 'under the USLTA banner prior to Forest Hills last year be ranked this year. This would include Arthur Ashe, Charles Pasarell, Bob Lutz, and Roy'Barth. The - recommendation was made during a meeting of the USLTA Executive Committee and will be put before the. general business meeting Saturday. GOOOfTEAR OUR LOWEST PRICED WHITEWALLS ^ 4-Ply Nylon Cord "ALL-WEATHER JSC" TIRE • Clitnn sidowall design, radial darts on shoulder • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction • Buy now at these low prices USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM Because of an expected heavy demand far Goodyear tires, we may run out of some sizes during this offer, but >ie will be happy to order your size tire at the advertised price and ' issue you a rain check for future delivery' of the merchandise! 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 2. mm, 3. BANKAMCBICARD I 2. ' Starred Locations Do Not Honor Bank Credit Cards. FOR COMPACTS Comets. Contain. Falcons, Darts, . . Specials and Valiants Plus $1.76 Fed. EK . Tan and old tire B.50°i 11 tubeless . MEDIUM SIZE CARS Camaros, Chevrolet!. Ctievy lis, F-«5s, FairUnes, Ambassadors. Corvettes, Rebels, Plymouth* and Tempests Plus S2:16 to $2.32 Fed. E«. Tax . and old tire 7.75 I 15, 7.75 'l 14, . or 1.35 1 14 tubeless . LARGER CARS Buicks, Fords. Dodges, Mercury's, Pontiacs, Oldsmobilei, T-Birds Plus J2.50 to (2.54 Fed. Ex. Tax and old tire i.55 x 14 or (.35 > 15 tubeless GOODYEAR-THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGLAS*TIRES Thursday the USLTA relaxed its stand on women who signed pro contracts last year and said it had reinstated many female players, . including Billie Jean .' King, Nancy Richey and Rosamary Casals. Also reinstted were Peaches Bartkowicz, Valerie Ziegenfuss, Christy Pigeon, Denis Carter, Mary nn Curtis and Betty Ann Grub. Atlanta Track Cancels Two ATLANTA ° (OPI)-Officials of Road Atlanta announced Friday the track has cancelled j two scheduled races because of l a di:rv.p\} >ment with the Sports |. Car Club of America (SCCA )j ov a s the SCCA : s five-year; franchise agreement poli":/. ; The two rajes called off are the L&M Continental 500 Fjrmula A on May 23 and the Trans-Am evsut Sept. 19. Road . Atlanta's second annua'. Can- Am stated far Ji>ly 11 is not affected. .; ;The dispute al.a?edly centers over the SCCA's requirement asw tracks pay a franchise price; to run the club's three professional i series, the Can- Am, Transom' and the Con- tiaentil. The SCCA reportedly, wants ' $25/300-.fir a agrad- m*nt with Road Atlanta for the : Trans-Am and Continental Races. The track's attorneys said the contract is a one-sided, agreement. Players, referees, coaches'arid some helpful I spectators m hunt for Tim Clouser's contact lense Friday night in first half of Blackford game. Lense was not found until later when play had Resumed. A cheerleader retrieved the contact and turned it over to. Clouser. (Staff Photo by Jim Heat/m) W E D N E S D Associate Store ^ New Management Y CLIFF & CAROL TCNJES - OWNERS 107 Court Tipton Bob Richardson, Devil center/controlling the basketbaU intte air zs .te. the basket for.a,layup shot Friday night against the Blackford Bruins. (Staff Photo by Jtm tieaton) ttt<t 4 t He )«>>«t«t »ll >t>tt «tt1 *tt ttttttttttttttttttf "1 CLIFTON-YOUNCE Two locations T I R E SERVICE St. Rd. 28 East (3100 Block East Main) Elwood 552-3231 123 S. Independence Tipton 675-6377 This ad got resM LOST — Strayed from homeaf- ter girl friend Wednesday at noon, small black poodle, answered to name of Sambo. \What results, we don't know. For effectiveness we do know. Tribune classified ads get such quick results that Mrs. Lawrence Brown of 509 Kentucky Avenue got her, "Sambo" back before her ad was run. Pretty effective, huhiI

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