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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE TC Trojans Take Thriller 86 to 85 Palmer Sudden Death Birdie Wins Classic By Eldon Cage and Hershell Grinstead FAIRMOUNT Tri-Central's basketball Trojans Saturday night in a "heart thumper" edged the Madison-Grant Argylls 96-85,after being behind 65-64 at the end of the three quarters. In the fourth stanza, Jim Martin canned 10 of his-game high of 38 aided by Dave Harding's 8 and Steve Vandiver's 4 for the 22 points to overcome the Argyll's 20 tallies in the final canto. Jeff Modisett meshed 13 markers..,10 in the first half to aid the Trojans cause. Rick Cyphers totalled six and Rod Johnson five ' to round out the scoring for TC. , Madison-Grant had five players in double figures and they were Dan Jusis 20, Craig-Sullivan 19, Doug Compton 17, Robert Holloway 14 and Gary Thomas 11. TC hit 26 fielders of 67 attempts, but won the game at-the . foul vline with 34 of 42 while Madison-Grant from the field was 35-93 and from the foul line 1524. Tri-Central travels toKokomo Haworth next Friday night for their season final and then Coach Harding will prep his proteges for the Frankfort Sectional. Tri- Central Reserves lost 73-62. MADJSON-GRANT (85) Compton 8 1 4 17 Dickerson . 10 3 2 Buroker 0 0 3 0 Justis 10 0 4 20 Holloway 4 6 2 14 Thomas 4 3 211 Rigsby ." 0 2 2 2 Sullivan 8 3 5 19 TOTALS . 35 15 25 85 TRI-CENTRAL (86) Vandiver 6 0 2 12 Harding 3 6 4 12 Martin 1214 3.38 Cyphers 2 2 5 6 Modisett 3 7 3 13 Johnson 0 5 2 5 Whitehead 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 26 34 19 86 LEAGUE * STANDINGS THURSDAY NIGHT LADIES' MERCHANTS LEAGUE Coin-O-Wash Ross & Doggett Farmers Loan . Zehner's Shoes Tipton Clinic , F.M.C. Lewis Standard Rhodes Jewelry Leavell & Bates Bowl-O-Drome Robinson's Junior's "66" 59-25 57-27 53-1/2-30-1/2 . 45-1/2-38-1/2 42-1/2-41-1/2 42-42 37-47 37-47 35-1/2-48-1/2 32 -1/2-51-1/2 30-53 29-1/2-54-1/2 GAMES WON/LOST Coin-O-Wash "(2,918 - 4 pts.) over Lewis Standard (2,678 Opt.) : Farmers Loan (2,897 - 3 pts.) over Robinson's (2,845 - pt.) Junior's "66" (2,869 - 4 pts.) over Leavell & Bates (2,628 opt.) - • . Zehner's Shoes (2,817 - 3 pts.) over Bowl-O-Drome (2,647 1 Pt.) F. M. C. (2,836 - 2 pts. tied Ross & Doggett (2,871 - 2 pts.) Tipton Clinic (2,798 - 3 1/2 pts.) over Rhodes' Jewelry (2;722 - 1/2 pt.) ' .HIGH ACTUAL SCORES. SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO LORETTA LITTLE WHO ROLLED A 256!!! - • * 190 Game or Over: Loretta Little-256; Jan Witham-213; Betty Jo Watson-232, 197; Carolyn Bardonner-194; MaxineComer- 190. 475 Series or Over: Betty Jo Watson-583; Jan Witham-555; Loretta Little-538; Maxine Comer-553; Meg Ingle-519; Carolyn Bardonner-50.6; Judy Belt-491; Ruth Ehman-490; Dora Lee Robinson-489; Mary Gray-488; Carol Dick-483; Betty Thornton - 483. By JOE SARGIS UPI Sports Writer PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPD— For one bright moment at least Arnold Palmer again is the king of golf. At age 41, the man who was king of all he could surgey in the 60s finally has won a tournament, in the 70s. How long he can keep it up no one knows but the moment is beautiful and Arhie, the one man responsible for making golf the big spectator sport it is today, plans to make the most ofit. He ended 14 months of bitter frustration Sunday with a pressure packed 25-foot birdie putt on the. first hole of a sudden death playoff with 28- year-old Ray Floyd to win the $140,000 Bob Hope Desert Classic. Playing in an area where being 60 and retired is beautiful, Palmer was the big attraction all week long as he plodded lip one course and down another in the 90-hole marathon Hope Classic. Wherever he went the crowds were there and to achieve his long, sought victory Palmer shot a five under 67 at La Quinta, a one under 71 at Tamarisk, a six .under 66 at IndianWells and 6870 at Bermuda Dunes in the final two rounds. . When it was all- over Sunday Palmer waved to an appreciative audience, collected his $28,000 winner's check, and headed to. the press tent to tell how he did it. "I was willing to do anything to get a victory again," said Palmer, who ended the longest drought of his career when he won the . Hope Classic, a tourney he had taken three times in 11 previous years. Now that he finally has won one, Palmer said he plans to let up a little. He should because he has played in six tourneys since January. Sunday's victory gave Palmer a total of '57 triumphs on the U.S. tour since he turned pro in 1955. No one ever has won that many but one of the elusive ones, for Palmer has been the PGA. On the extra hole with Floyd Sunday, Palmer stood over the ball a long time, and said later a lot of things crossed his mind. "I thought about how long it had been since I won anything," he said. "I also thought of all the chances I bad this year, the playoffs I had lost. Maybe I psyched myself because J. hit a real good putt, maybe, as good as I could possibly make." Floyd, who last won when be took the 1969 PGA title, took home a check for $16,000 for his trouble. He didn't seem too upset "1 thought I got off a good putt on the extra hole," said Floyd, "but I'm glad Arnie won it. He's some guy." Lost in the shuffle of the Palmer-Floyd duel was what happened to the rest of the field. Bert Yancey wound up at 14 under 346. Billy Casper, the 1970 player of the year, was at 348 and Jim Wiechers and Bob Rosburg tied at 349. Tom Shaw, winner of the Crosby and Hawaiian Open, finished down the list at 352 and defending champion Bruce Devlin was at 355.. BASKETBALL- this truck is not standing still! it is headed home.... leaving a satisfied customer behind. * Flats repaired promptlyl * Tuba valves replaced! * Tires liquid-filled!. * Tire sales and service for every truck, tractor, and auto on your farm! INDIANA BASKETBALL By United Press International COLLEGE Notre Dame 107 DePaul 76 Michigan 81 Purdue 74 Indiana 86 Iowa 84 Manchester 93 Hanover 74 Wabash 101 Franklin 98 Ball State 82 Western Illinois 60 Grace 107 St. Francis. 106 Tri-State 91 Huntington 76 Southern Illinois 91 Indiana State 83 Indiana Central 105 Taylor 101 (or T : Valparaiso 78 Lakeland 53 Earlham 94 Anderson 87 Evansville 102 Butler 90 Northwood 71 St. Joseph's 70 : Goshen 81 Marion 69 Vincennes 95 Missouri Baptist 84 Washington, Mo. 78 RoseJM- man 71 Concordia, III., 102 Concordia, . Ind. 81 Ferris State 108 Indiana Tech 86 Eureka 85 Purdue-Calumet 67 HIGH SCHOOL Lafayette 77 Indianapolis Shortridge 72 Gary Roosevelt 78 Chicago Carver 68 Indianapolis Tech 72 Indianapolis Washington 63 Fort Wayne Central 75 Huntington 73 (ot) Warsaw 47 East Chicago Roosevelt 46 New Castle 81 Muncie Burrls 58 South Bend Adams ' 83 South ; Bend Jackson 55. South Bend Riley 75 South Bend St. Joseph's 70 Valparaiso 59 Munster 56 " Peru 93 Benton Central 89 Delphi 68 Maconaquah 58.. Oak Hill 64 Western 59 Hammond 81 Highland 79 Hammond Noll 89 Hammond Gavit 67 Hammond Clark 65 Calumet City, Til.. North 57 . Oregon-Davis 71 Kouts 65 Westville. 89 Washington Twp.62 Wheeler 67 Divine Heart 63 Liberty 79 Eastern (Hancock) 66 Brookville 89 Greensburg 71 Muncie South 81 Delta 41 Portland 76 Eastbrook 69 Fort Recovery, Ohio 83 Pennville 56 Wapabani 60 Blue River 54 Mississinewa 75 Alexandria 71 Michigan City 91 Tinley Park, ill. 58 Concord 83 Northridge 71 Knox 65 Glenn 61 Jimtown 80 Mishawaka Marian 60 Bremen 74 North Liberty 60 Bethany Christian 71 Westview 63. Chesterton 77 Thornton, Dl., South 52 * Plymouth 98 Culver 85 Pioneer 104 Culver Military 85 Kewanna 66 White's 65 Wawasee 88 Lakeland 47 Morgan Twp. 78 LaPorte La- Lumiere 64 North Judson 90 Logansport 68 Triton 74 Northwood 66 Rochester 73 Winamac 64 Pierceton 63 Prairie Heights 53* Fort Wayne South 73 Fort Wayne Dwenger 72 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 83 New Haven 70 Fort Wayne Concordia 71 Angola 53 Fort Wayne Catholic 79 Heritage 54 Fort Wayne Luers 82 Howe Military 70 Woodlan 64 Hicksville. Ohio 49 Churubursco 72 Garrett 61 South Adams 68 Dunkirk 49 Eastside 78 Hamilton 64 Wawasee Prep 76 Huntington Catholic 61 West Noble 65 Fremont 57 time and money... call on "T fast farm equipment ser- We have the tools and how to fix if fast TIPTON 123 S. Independence CLIFTON -YOUNCE TIRE SERVICE EL WOOD SR 28 311 Block E.Main Pacers, Stars Win By United Press International It's a two-team race between the Utah Stars and the Indiana Pacers again in the West DiVision of -j the American Basketball Association. The Pacers made sure of that Sunday when they defeated the Memphis Pros, 116-111, in overtime to remain 1%_ games behidJ the Stars and "at the samei time knock the pros seven games out of first place. The /Stars downed the Pit-! tsbui-gh Condors, 128-118. . | Steve Jones of Memphis tied the score at 98-98 at the end of regulation time but the Pacers took'a 106-100 lead in the extra session on goals by Billy Keller, Don Sidle and Fred Lewis. 1 Roger Brown led the Pacers with 31 points while Jim Jones of the . Pros ws high scorer -"• 7 - Wabash 74 Columbia City 73 East Noble. 72 Goshen 67 Leo 96 Southern Wells 77 Evansville Central.. 35 Ev.ins- ville Mater Dei 71 Evansville Rex Mundi 84 North Posey 40 Indianapolis Howe 51 Warren Central 44 j Indianapolis Ritter 75 Indianapolis Scecina 59 Speedway 80 Beech Grove 70 Indianapolis Attacks 67 Indianapolis Northwest 56 Kokomo 96 Soutliport 65 Franklin Central 76 Whiteland 65 Connersvllle 83 Madison 71 Columbus 86 Anderson 77 Lafayette Catholic 78 Wainwright 62 Kokomo Haworth 75 Marion 68 with 35. Steve Jones had 30. The stars out-scored the Condors, 39-24, in the fourth period to beat Pittsburgh for the fifth straight time • this season. The Stars, trailing much of the way, took the lead for good on a field goal by Ron Boone with 6:23 remaining in the game. • • • •- • : ! Boone had 29 points, George Stone 23, Willie Wise 22 and Glen Conbs 20 for the Stars/ playing again . without the services of leading scorer and rebounder Zelmo Beaty. George Thompson scored 31 for" the Condors. : . Other Results The Virginia Squires beat the Kentucky Colonels, 144-140, the NewYork Nets nipped the Denver Rockets, 118-117, and the Floridians downed, the . Carolina Cougars, 109-106, in Sunday's other ABA games. The Squires increased their East Division lead to 10 games when they rallied from a three- point deficit going into the fourth period. Charlie Scott scored 38 points and Jim Eakins bad 29 for the. Squires while Dan Issel had 33 for the Colonels. i ' Rick Barry's 20-foot field goal with two seconds remaining game the Nets their winning points after they trailed, 54-49, at half time. Barry scored a game-high 35 points for the Nets, who were qutrebounded, 54-47, with Rocket Julius Keye pulling down 24 rebounds. : Larry Jones scored 27 points for the; Floridians, who led by as many as . 20 points in the third period. It was the fifth win in the last six games for the Floridians. George Lehmann had 23 points and Bob Verga 22 for the Cougars. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1971 Cage-o/ogy Boosters, Femme, Johnson, Rigg Jack Boes, Jr. Two Thriller Games Independent Loop ?;8y Eldon Cage,Tribune Sports Editor' Cage-ology was pleased to be Jiformed that several femme Slue Devil fans have followed the )asketball jSatans away and at lome for several years and the >nes we mention today are Olive .Huffine, Marge Crowell and Mary Florey. j We are sure there are many ( more loyal rooters as we see them from time to time at home and away, but their names sometimes escape us and we will appreciate [prodding by readers, naming loyal fans, so we can print their names. Another .[femme/. not only a loyal backer of the Devils in basketball, football, baseball, track and cross country at home and away, but also a statistician and record keeper is Virginia Renie. She. must have been "raised" on sports. I j •. Of course there are numerous male fans! and they are all to be commended for their backing such a fine program as higt school athletics, but-one loyal fan we greatly miss is the late Forest (Mutt) Johnson who as we rememberlfollowed Tipton's athletic teams on almost all of their events for over 40. UCLA Wins Squeakers College Basketball Roundup By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer. After his weekend in Oregon, Coach John Wooden of rop- ranked UCLA may be glad to get back to the tremors of Los ngeles. The Bruins travelled to Eugene Friday night and needed a steal and a lay up with 43 seconds to go by Henry Bfbby to escape with a 69-68 victory over: Oregon. Saturday night in Corcallis proved to be another nightmare, for the No. 1 ranked Bruins, who beat Oregon State 1 67-65 on Sidney Wicks' five-foot jumper with four seconds remaining. Wooden had been openly fearful of his team's performance in Oregon all last week, anticipating a letdown after the Bruins' crucial victory over Southern California last Saturday night The triumph ousted USC from the No. 1 slot and enabled UCLA to regain possession. Hot Competition The Bruins now are feeling heat from the other top contenders for national honors. No. 2 Marquette ran its record to 20-0 with an 81-67 victory over Detroit Saturday night and third-ranked Southern California made' UCLA's two narrow victories more embarrassing by routing Oregon State 82-63 Friday night and ripping Oregon 93=78 the following night • Penn (No. 4) also ran its record to 20-0 by beating Yale 91-77' and fifth-ranked Kansas stopped Oklahoma State 63-50. Jacksonville (No. 6) defeated Bradley 89-79 and seventh- ranked Western Kentucky downed Tennessee Tech 67-57. Florida upset eighth-ranked Kentucky 74-65 and lOth-ranked Notre Dame clobbered DePaul 107-76. North Carolina (No. 11) thrashed Clemson 86-48, 12th- rahked Michigan beat Purdue 81-74 and, in a Sunday game, 13th-ranked Duquesne tripped Rhode Island 116-95. . .Fordham (No. 14) edged St John's 76-72 while both teams ti«J for 15th, Tennessee and LaSalle were victorious. Tennessee nipped Georgia 64-61 and LaSalle stopped Villanova 73-69. $ ;•. LedUntilEnd Oregon State led all the way until Curtis Rowe tied the game fo£ " UCLA with 26 seconds regaining on a pair of free throws. 5 Wicks, who had 18 points,; held the ball after an Orego State turnover before hitting the key shot Dean Meminger's 27-point performance helped Marquette record . its ". 32nd consecutive triumph over a two-season span. '•] Ron Riley's 23-point performance - overshadowed a 34-point show by Oregon's Stan Love in USC's victory over the Ducks and Penn, behind sophomore Phil Hankinson's 21 points outclassed Yale. Dave Robisch's -22 points helped Kansas down Oklahoma State, the Jayhawks' 18th victory in 19 games', and .Artis Gilmore had 24 points and 20 rebounds as Jacksonville whipped Bradley. Jim. McDaniels scored. 19 points to become the leading three-year scorer in Ohio Valley Conference history in Western Kentucky's victory over Tennessee Tech and Tom Purvis and Earl Findley combined for 46 points to lead Florida to its upset of Kentucky. Biggest Total Austin Carr scored 36 points as Notre Dame ran up its biggest point total of the 1 : year in beating DePaul and Dennis Wuycik's 22 points gave North Carolina its start toward a rout of Clemson. Dan Fife's four crucial free throws, helped Michigan beat Indiana to remain unbeaten in Big Teh play and Mickey Davis and Jarrett Durham combined for 65 points to lead Duquesne to its 13th straight victory, a rout of Rhode Island. Charlie Yelverton and Kenny Charles scored 20 points each to lead Fordham over St John's, the Rams' 18th victory in 19 games and a free throw by Mike Edwards and Don Johnson's tip-in basket lifted Tennessee over Georgia. LaSalle, playing without Ken Durrett, a 30-point per game scorer, upset Villanova on a 30-point performance of Bobby Fields. scheduled years, . Another j great. Tipton fan for the 10 years he was in Tipton as a Spprtwriter was the late G. Hamilton (Ham) Rigg, who was yet a Blue Devil fan after moving to'Muncie two years ago and up to the time of his death about one year ago. . The above named persons commended are but just a few who have contributed something good to the Tipton School cause and from time to time we hope, to name some of the other 5000 fans who have supported the Satans. all or part of the past 10 years of consolidation. -'• \ : c-o • Jack Boes Jr., member of the Citizens National Bank basketball team in the Tipton County Independent; League, suffered a broken left foot in an accident in loop play Jan. 31, when after jumping, for a rebound be came down on an opponent's foot with his left "doggie" and snapped the fifth metatarsal bone.- Jack has the left foot in a j cast, but gets to the Armory on Sundays to assist in • timing orscore keeping. . Fortunately very few minor injuries have occurred in the Tipton County Independent League play, even though action is fast and tough as there are numerous . good players in this league and fans should get but the next two Sunday J afternoons to see some real fine basketball as the loop tourney^ P^y^ on tie afternoons of Feb. 21 and Feb. 28. Admission is only 25 cents. I C-0 ' • '• Two thrilling and satisfying basketball'game finishes occurred Saturday night just minutes apart, one jon radio and the other If you were from Tipton County and were not an IU detractor, these two game finishes on the. air just had to be satisfying even Cthough not from ten dollar seats". C-0 Tipton's Fraternal Order of Police basketball team finished the 12 game Tipton County Independent Basketball League season undefeated by edging the strong Tipton Building and Loan. Association team 77-71 Sunday afternoon. Following the FOP- TBL thriUer, Farmer's Loan and Trust slipped, past talented Windfall Lions 70-61 and in another tight game Citizens Na- , tional Bank picked up 28 fourth quarter points to trip First Federal 79-72. Denny Cullison led FOP with 24 points followed by Baird 17, VanHorn 12, Cole and Bales 11 each and Rice two.. Steve Hackett led T.BL with 25 markers and was assisted by John Utter 17, Powell 8, Pitney 7, Paul Hackett 6, Meyers 4, Lewellen and Anderson two each. Toby Burkhardt and Jay Whelchel each gathered 18 tallies to spearhead FLT over the Windfall Lions. Otter FLT scoring was Zimmerman and Smith 12 each Phifer 6 and Staley 4. The Lions were paced by Gene Clark's 23, Bob Clark 16 Lassiter 10, Pierce 6, and Ed Clark 5. Bill Head and Paul Hicks of CNB got 16 fourth quarter markers between them to take the FF's "currency" in the third Sunday game. Head finished with 32, Hicks 15, Neff 12, Stanley 10, Morrisett 6, Plake and Yeary 2 each. Phil Heron topped FF with 19, Jung and Sallee had' 16 each, Mike Lewellen 12 and Gunning 9. The League Tournament starts next Sunday and a tourney pairing will be published in the Tipton Daily Tribune Tuesday. on TV, Dick I- Stewart and Hershell Grihdsteaci; "held together" just long enough to commentate the final second of the Tri-Central- Madison-Grant basketball game at Fairmount with TC ahead by one'digit 86-85 and the clockwas run back by the officials to one second with M-G getting the ball inbouhds and got off a shot but it was no good and the Trojans won and Stewart and Grinstead "feU apart" emotionally. They didn't talk' rationnally for a few seconds, j Then' on TV Indiana University was in a tie with three seconds to go when John Ritter hit twin charity tosses to beat Iowa by a pair NBA Standings NBA Standings By United Press International- Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. .GB. New York 41 24 .631 ... Philadelphia- 37 27 .578 3% Boston 35 29 .547 9/ 2 Buffalo 18 47 .277 23 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore ,35 26 .574 ... Cincinnati 24 39 .381 12 Atlanta 24 40 .375 12V 2 Cleveland 11 56 .164 26y 2 Midwest Division W. L. Pet GB Milwaukee 51 11 .823 ... Detroit 38 23a.623 12V 2 Chicago 38 25 .603 13% Phoenix 38 26 .594 14 1 Pacific Division W. L. Pet GB Los Angeles 37 24 .607 ... San Francisco 34 31 .523 5 San Diego 29 37 .439 IOVz Seattle 28 36 .438 10 1 /: PorUand 22 39 .361 15 Sunday's Results Baltimore 112 Phila 103 Boston 110 Detroit 108 Milwaukee 124 Atlanta 88 Phoenix 108 Buffalo 97 Chicago 108 Cleveland 83 Seattle 146 San Fran 101 Los Angeles 125 Cincinnati 113 (Only games scheduled) • Monday's Games (No games scheduled) Fast relief for year-end Fish and Tenderlon: SALAD BAR 4H BUILDING 5pmt08pm > February 7-18 By HOBBS CHRISTIAN CHURCH budget HEADACHES '.r • H'•'•. •• ° We are ready with loans of every size $300 $500 5)1,000 up to $5,000 or more Talk to us first when you need money! LOCAL FINANCE CORPORATION d. o ,0 o o o James L. Sltler, Mgr. 2nd mortgage loans also availab Phone 675-7419 136 S. Main St., Tipton, Uta. Loans from $1,001 by Local Finance Loans. Inc.

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