The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 19, 1971 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, February 19, 1971
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age 4 y**»Cage-ology •"•r^- Trojan Starters Tipton Lineup TC Football Plaque Tipton Junior Wrestlers Win By E Won Cage. Tribune Sports Editor •** Tri-Central High School Bas- handicapped jb'is Satans with inju- ketball Coach John Harding said riesfor 11 straight weeks and now Thursday that his starting lineup the Devils have teen fairly heal- for. the Kokomo Haworth Game thy for almost two weeks. Coach Friday night at Kokomo would be. the: same five be has been starting for several weeks, barring some unforeseen problem. These starters are Jeff Modisett and Rick Cyphers at Forwards, Jim Martin, at Center, and Steve Vandiver anil Dave. Harding at Guards. This terminates the regular schedule for the Trojans first full season of basketball and despite the job of "jelling" a new squad Coach Harding has come up with a fine won lost record. Dick Stewart's Radio Quartet will ''warble" basketball for both the Tri-Central - Haworth game and the Tipton-Macohaquahgame Saturday, night. C-0 Tipton Coach John Moses stat-. ed Friday thathewasstayingwith the starting line up he has used for the past four weeks of Joe Achenbach and Tim Clouser at Forwards, Bob Richardson at Center , and Jim York and Bill Sullivan at Guards. Mentor Moses was keeping his fingers crossed as a counterac- tent to "Old Lady Bad Jinx" which John can hardly believe it. Fans going to Maconaquah follow US 31 North of Kokomo to almost GrissdmAlrbase, but turn East at sign designating Maco­ naquah School. ) C-0 • -, Southpaws can now buy Cameras made for lefthanded persons. C-0 The 250 Tipton Junior High Schdbl Eighth Graders seated in the north bleachers at the Junior High Gym hardly "wiggled" for more than an hour Thursday morning while listening to Ray Pavy. Shenandoah | High School's Wheel Chair Coach. Pavy and the students both were great. C-0 \Tipton's Junior High School wrestling Team defeated visiting Pendleton Heights Junior High 44-22 Thursday night at the Tipton Junior [High Gym before a good attendance. Tipton Juniors winning by pins on opponents were Tony Murray, Dick Cage, {Jack Sheperd and Kevin Hughes. Winning by decision were Blue Devils Tom Cox, Jeff Crouch, Members of the Tri-Central High School Boosters Club admiring the TC Booster's Club members Plaque with approximately 200 names inscribed denoting the purchase of a square yard of the Trojan Football Field at $10 per square yard. There is room for 500 member names on the plaque and officers hope to have all 500 spots sold by May 27, 1971 which is the end of the school year. All Tipton County citizens are invited tojmake a purchase of a square yard membership which entitles the buyer to a one year Tri-Central Booster's Club membership and also one 1971 TC Football Season Ticket.' j Ladies 0-r) : Mrs. Carolyn Smith. Mrs. Griswold, Mrs. Elenora Browning, Miss Elaine Buchanan, Mrs. Norma Schroll, and Mrs. Becky Martin. | Behind Counter and holding plaque are (I-f) James Martin and. Dave Henderson, club officers. FARMERS LOAN & TRUST (Staff fa. 2:30 FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE Photo by Eldon Cage) WINDFALL LIONS CLUB (BYE) 1:30 Feb. 28, 1971 TIPTON BUILDING & LOAN 3:30 S. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK JOHN BEAN CORP (FMC) CO ft 4:30 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 3:00 Feb. 28, 1971 WRITE YOUR OWN CHECK $1700 and SAVE up to / NtteW -jgg el Amarlca'a favorite multi-vitamin muHJ-mlnara! prbductl. ASK US ABOUT THIS GENEROUS SAVING OFFER TODAY! Harry.'.. thto is s Bmtod*tkiM offoti . CARNEY'S DRUG STORE and Darrell Murray. Tipton Grapplers winning points by forfeit were Phil Shadday and Mike Gall. Tipton could not get a wrestler to weigh in at the 76 pound classification and had to forfeit points in this weight division. Tipton Junior High entertains Noblesville's Junior "Grunters and Groaners" next Tuesday night at the Junior High Gym starting at 6p.m. Fordham-ND Basketball Thriller By VITO STELLINO UPI Sports Writer. The Fordham-Notre Dame thriller seemed all over Thursday night when Charley Yelver ton fouled out but the real drama was only beginning. "Every fan in the Garden thought it was over but our kids knew they could still do it," Fordham Coach Digger. Phelps: claimed after Fordham played without its No.l player for the: final 6:55 and still stunned Notre Dame 94-88. Y ' The victory gave 13th-ranketi Fordham a 19-1 record. ana may bault the Rams into the .nation's top 10. "•' Yelverton had been playing a memorable game on offense and defense, outshining Notre Dame's Austin Carr before he fouled out with Fordham leading 75-73 with 6:55 left. Oppenents' Tribute ' The. game came to a halt as the Notre Dame players went over to the Fordham bench to contratulate Yelverton on his 28-point, 11-rebound performance. The excited crowd of 19,500— the first nontqurnament college sellout in three years .and the largest crowd ever to see a college game in New Yokr— gave : him . a standing ovation. But without Yelverton, Fordham seemed doomed. "I don't think the crowd had the faith that we did," Yelverton said, "Mainor told me he was going to win it for me." Billy Mainor did just that. Held to four points in the first half, he scored 23 in the second half including 13 of the final 19 Fordham points after Yelverton fouled but. Fordham doesn't have a starter over 6-foot-5 but uses its speed and quickness to. create turnovers and neutralize the height advantage its opponents have. The Rams take on Rutgers Saturday before tackling second-ranked and unbeaten Marquette Thursday night. Notre Dame had. the high scorer as Carr hit 29 points. The Irish who have upset UCLA, dropped to 14-7 with the loss.. Other Games Temple beat Manhattan 64-47 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Knicks Stop Cal By United Press International The New York Knicks operated on the theory that five good big men can stop one good little man and it won them a baU game. San Diego's Calvin Murphy had been giving the Knicks. fits as he rallied the Rockets in the last quarter of the National Basketball Association game Thursday night. But in the end it was Murphy, the leagues smallest player at 5-foot-9, who had fits as the Knicks held on for a 116-115 victory. The'Knicks led 116-111 with two minutes left when Murphy, who finished with 28 points, hit four consecutive free throws to cut the lead to 116-115 with 26 seconds left. The Knicks froze the ball for 21 seconds until Bill. Bradley was, fouled with five seconds remaining. Bradley, New . York's best foul shooter, missed both shots, however, giving San Diego the ball. After a time out, New York Coach Red Holzman inserted five of his tallest players, anticipating that the ball would go to Murphy. The . former Niagara All America took the inbounds pass at midcourt but was unable to get a shot off. as the clock -ticked off the final five seconds. Walt Frazier had. 36 points and Dick Barnett added 27 to highlight the New York attack While Elvin Hayes led San Diego with 33. , In the only other NBA action, Los Angeles romped past Portland 136-114. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 197i I.U. Swimmers Are Strongest Yet BLOOMINGTON, IND. — Indiana's swimmers, (who Coach ; Doc Counsilman concedes to be stronger than any of the ten-time -Big Ten champions and triple NCAA titlists of the past, are expected to continue their winnj ing ways here Friday and Satur-j day. against Ohio University and Cincinnati. | The Hoosiers, io-0. for the season arid shooting for a fifth consecutive undefeated season, are' scheduled to meet Ohio at 4 p.m. Friday and Cincinnati; at 2 p.m, Saturday. Victories in both meets would extend Indiana's dual winning string to 61 meets and the. Royer Pool string to 53. Chances are the Hoosiers will Austin Back on NACOGDOCHES,!Tex. (UPI) —Stephen F. Austin State, last year's UPI college division national basketball champion, is down in 12th place this season, but the team actually may be stronger than a year ago when the Lumberjacks had an unbeaten regular season. Coach Marshall j Brown grudgingly admits his current crew- strengthened by the addition of 6-7 Robert Gords and 6-4 Steve Carleton at midterm—may be continue their assault on the record book. Last week Mike Stamm tied the NCAA record of 1:52.8 in the' 200-yard backstroke and John Kinsella lowered his own record in the 500 freestyle from 4:32.3 to 4:31.8. Coming up probably will be a try by Mark Spitz at.the 200- yard butterfly mark, , a 1:49.6 record set by John Ferris of Stanford in Royer Pool during the 1969 NCAA championships. Mark got down to 1:50.44 last year and spun off a 1:50.9 earlier this month at Michigan State without being pushed. His nearest competitor was nearly seven seconds back. Counsilman, also is toying with the notion of a Kinsella-Gary Hall match in the 1000-yard freestyle. Kinsella holds the NCAA record of 9:17.6breaking the 9:35.0 mark of Hans Fassnacht with a 9:25.5 in his first j varsity meet and lowering that to the present record in next meet. Hall 1 came up with a 9:28.0 best oh record. last week, second Indiana Best Marks Swimming 50-Yard Freestyle (:21.8) :21.2, Mark Spitz. j 100-Yard JFijeestyle (:47.8) J tree-top tall five seniors The Lakers hit 17 of their. first 20 shots in the second quarter to break open a close game. Gail Goodrich, one of the deadliest of the Lakers with 12- for-18, led Los Angeles with 28 points while Happy Hairstron and Keith Ericksou added 22 each. Rookie Geoff Petrie of the Blazers was high man in the game with 36 points. in the preliminary to the Fordham-Notre Dame game and, in other action, Memphis State stopped Bradley 74-40 and St Louis downed North Texas State 64-61 in a pair of Missouri Valley Conferencegames. Temple held Brian Mahoney, Manhattan's leading scorer, scoreless for the first time in his career to beat the Jaspers and Fred Norton's 16 points helped Memphis State down Bradley. Harry Rogers scored 22 points Including four cluth free throws in the closing minute to beat Ndrth Texas State. better than the team that saw drafted by the pros last year, The Macks record is only 20-4 going into the last two games of the regular schedule compared to 25-0 a year ago, but they're averaging 100.2 points over the full season and 105.9 in compiling a 14-2 Lone Star Conference record. Last year's j team finally bowed out in the j third round of the national NAIA tournament, 100-96 to Guilford, after winning ^.straight j This year's team, if it gets out of its own conference where powerful Howarid Payne and Sam Houston State also ride high, may go all the way to Kansas Citv. Tourney Schedule For Tipton County Independant Basketball League Basketball By United Press International COLLEGE Fordham 94 Notre Dame 88 Georgetown 105 Northwood 80 Wabash 92 Marian 69. Indiana State (Evansville) 82 St. Meinrad 41 Vincennes 63 Burlington 62 HIGH SCHOOL Tell City 54 Mount Vernon 51 Hancock County,! Ky. 59 Cannelton 46 ! " ' • Hoosiers Eye lllihpis I BLOOMINGTON, Ind. « Indiana takes its tightrope act to Illinois Saturday afternoon, fully aware there's no net to catch it and one slip will be fatal to its longshot chances for the Big Ten title., Tip-off is set for 3 p.m., CST, or 4 for the home television followers. , "I don't think Pm putting any extra pressure on our team or telling our people anything they don't already know," said Coach Lou Watson, "when I say we can't afford another loss. The way the Conference race .is going that's pretty obvious." The Hoosiers, 5.-2 in the league and 13-4 overall, obviously have to win them all and, even with that, will require some help on 7-0 Michigan the rest of the way. • ,'. They'll take a 3-1 road record to Champaign after last week's derring-do, come-from-behind road'victories, 71-70 in the last 24 seconds at Michigan State, and 86-84 at Iowa on a pair of free NBA Delays Star-Studded Track Meet NEW YORK (UPI>-The . National Basketball Association's board of governors decided Thursday 1 to delay any realignment of the 17-team setup until the 1972-73 season. In a one-day session,; the board appointed a four-man committee to study the situation and report back at the league's annual meeting in June. One division that has been spotlighted as having the bulk of the power in the NBA is.the Midwest, where Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago and Phoenix all have better than .500 records. 7:00 Feb. 28, 1971 Kuhn Declares WAR on Drugs (dip and save) Prone Eating Champ FORT MADISON, Iowa (UPI)-Kevin Fickel, 15, had been reading "a book with a bunch of, crizy world records." Listed was the record for prune eating. • . > • Thursday Kevin and his chums found prunes on the menu at the Fort Madison Community High School cafeteria. // "Some of the guys bet me I couldn't beat the world: record, so I.gave it a try," he said. Fickel's schoolmates donated their prunes and an enlightened school administration lengthened his lunch hour. Fickel ate 135 prunes. That number, be said, bettered the record of 130, claimed by an Englishman named Edward Baxter. i~ Fickel said Baxter [had "an easier time of it because he ate prunes which had been pitted. Leathennan -Morris FUNERAL HOME 314 North Main S», Tipton lit. cii >. NEW YORK (UPI)-BasebaU Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has inaugurated his war on drug: and the game's top-ranking officials will be going back to school in an effort to make the program a success. In announcing a drug education and prevention program for baseball Thursday, Kuhn said, that although he had "no specific" knowledge that any players or baseball personnel had used hard drugs like heroin, it was necessary to prevent the spread of what he called ' "limited use of mild drugs in baseball." Kuhn then said that regional seminars would be held on the subject in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., March 2, Tampa, Fla., March 3 and Phoenix, Ariz., March 18. The seminars will be attended by league presidents Joe Cronin and Charles Feeney, National Association President Phil Piton, minor league presidents, team physicians, players and WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPI)—Marc Dufour of the Baltimore Clippers retained his lead this week in the American Hockey League scoring race with 61 pow'ts'on 22 goals and 39 assists. other personnel connected with baseball. "There has been ; a limited use of drugs in baseball and I hope to stop it," Kuhn said. "While • the program recommended by the physicians will emphasize education and prevention, it will also deal with disciplinary procedures felt necessary to assure its success." .v throws with three seconds remaining.. Those two squeekers may have produced long! range dividents." • J ' ^ "I thought we. playedj a lot looser in our return game with Michigan State| here Tuesday," Watson commented. "We weren't nearly as 'tight as we were in the two road games last week and our guards were scoring to give us the outside threat." Where aj week before East Lansing Hoosier guards totaled only 19 points, the second time around they 'contributed 33. Indiana probably will stick to the ione and zone press defense it has: used almost exclusively in the last three games. It turned the tidein the first Michigan State game and it has been standard since.r : j • j "I felt we did a good job with it Tuesday," Watson said. "We got them to running and playing more our type of game.j We'll certainly use jit at Illinois, although is bigger and we match up some much better that we could go man-to-man." j This also] points toward a fierce board jbattle.. Second in the nation! in rebounding at the last counting,! the Hoosiers have compiled a 56;2 to 4l[9 advantage in rebounds oyer 17 games. They take the Big Ten's leading scorer Jahd .rebounder to Champaign. Super-soph George McGinnis is averaging 3U7 points and 15.9 rebounds in 1 Conference play.' McGinnis gave'up the scoring lead to Iowa's Fred Brown a week ago but reclaimed it by outscoring Brown, 34-23, in the head-to-head| meeting at Iowa' and 37-31 on'Tuesday night. That leaves it at 222 and 31.7 per game for McGinnis and 21£ and 30.4 jtorj Brown going into* . the weekend.] . [' | '•• "George played one of his best all-around games against State Tuesday," W^tspn declared. "It was one of his best combination defense and offense { games, second only ,jto the 28-point, 23- rebound game at Northwestern in : the Conference opener.','. Illinois, 1 one of only 'two Conference rivals to hold a series advantage over Indiana, has a 46-39 edge and a three-game winning string against the Hoosiers. Indiana hasn't won since a 61-60 01 rertime victory at Bloomington in 1968 and hasn't come away from Champaign a winner since an 85-76 decision in 1965. ';:[;• J ..[.' The two meet again in Bloomington in. the season finals on March 13. :45.9, Mark Spitz; :47.2, John KinseUa; -.47.6, Gary Conelly. 200-Yard Freestyle (1:46.2) 1:41.4, John KinseUa; 1:44.0, Ga ry Conelly; 1:45.1, Mark Spit 1:46.0, Santiago Esteva; 1:46. Bill Baird. 500-Yard Freestyle (4:51.0)4:31.8, John Kinsella; 4:39.3, Gary Hall; .4:47.1, Ulf Gustavsen; 4:48.3, Santiago Esteva; 4:49 .5, Bill Baird; 4:49.5, BillHeiss. 1000-Yard Freestyle (None) 9:17.6, John Kinsella; 9:28.0, Gary Hall; 9:56.7, Ulf Gustavsen; 9:56.8, Santiago Esteva. 200-Yard Backstroke (2:01.6)1:52.8, Mike Stamm; 1:55.9, Santiago Esteva; 1:56.6, Jack Horsley; 2:00.4, Bob Silver; 2:00.49, Pat O'Connor; 2:01.2, Duncan Scott. . 200-Yard Butterfly (1:58.8) 1:50.9, Mark Spitz; 1:56.0, Pat O'Connor; 1:56.6, Duncan Scott. 200-Yard Breaststroke (2:14 .7) - 2:12.6, Pete Dahlberg. 200-Yard Individual Medley (2:01.0) -1:55.6, Gary Hall, 1: 56.6, George Smith; 1:56.7, Mike Stamm; 1:57.2 Pat Q'Connor; 1:58;5, John Kinsella. 400-Yard Individual Medley (4 :21.7) - 4:04.3, Gary Hall; 4:12.7, Pat'O'Connor; 4:21.1, John Kinsella. 400-Yard Medley Relay (3:38 .0) - 3:32.1 (Mike Stamm, Pete Dahlberg, Pat O'Connor, Mark Spitz). 400-Yard Freestyle Relay (3 :12.5) - 3:06.1 (Mark Spitz, Gary Hall, John Kinsella, Gary Con- eUy). 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