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\V4£pNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1971 Front Row (1-r) Brad Roler, Jim Watklns, Steve Butler, Jim Ral- ney, student manager. Second Row Bill Shuck, student manager, Dave Harding, Roger Whitehead, Steve Vandiver, Tom Reese. Third Row (1-r) Dave Chapman, student manager, Jeff Harlow, Rod Johnson, Jeff Modlsett, Rick Cyphers. Jim Martin and Coach John Harding. This year Tri-Central Squad posted a 12 win - 8 loss record after winning the first eight scheduled games. The first loss was at Brebeuf of Indianapolis by a few points and most of the other losses have been by skinny margins. No team has beaten TC badly even when their shooting has been way down. TC opens the Frankfort Tournament Wednesday night against -Clinton Central's Bulldogs, the team TC defeated in its first ever and season opener November 14 at the new TC Gym; ' Wilson, Burdsall In Hall of Fame INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — ten outstanding high school performers of the 1946 season have been .named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary team, including John "Jumpiri' Johnnie" Wilson; Wilson was. the star of the 1946 Anderson team which took the "state title. Also named were Dave Bruck, Richmond; Orvis Burdsall, Vincennes; John (Bob) Cripe, Flo. ra; Charles Fouty, Terre Haute State; Bob Kohlmeyer, Evansville Central; Bobby MiltOn, Fort Wayne Central; JP. Salb, College Standings NEW YORK (UPI)-The United Press International top 20 college basketball teams with number of first-place" votes and won-lost records in parentheses: (Twelfth week, includes games played through Sunday, Feb. 21.) Team " Points UCLA (20) (20- 1) 317. Marquette (10) (21-0) Sou. Cal (2) (20-1) Pennsylvania (22-0) Kansas Yl\ (20-1) 6. Jacksonville (21-2) 7. South Carolina (16-4) 8. Western Kentucky (18-4) 9. Fordham (20-1) 10. Michigan (14-4) 11. Duquesne (19-2) 12. Kentucky (18-4) 13. (TieY North Car (17 -4V (Tie' 1 LaSalle (18-3) (Tie)-Louisville (17-4) Tennessee (17-5) Villanova (20-6) 18. (Tie) Utah St. (19-5) (Tie) Arizona St. (15-7) (Tie) Hawau (21^ Other teams receiving — New Mexico State, State; Drake. (Barney) Scott^ and Roger 16. 17. 286T 272 209 182 156 82 62 60 47 42 39 11 11 11 4 3 2 2 2 votes Ohio Basketball By United Press International COLLEGE Indiana 88 Michigan 79 Valparaiso 84 DePauw 65 Ball State 87 Buffalo 76 Manchester 108 Taylor 93 Indiana State 89 Butler 85 Notre Dame 106 New York University 68 Evansville 91 St. Joseph's 78 HIGH SCHOOL Sectional Tourney Results At Gary Gary Wallace 66 Gary Roosevelt 65 : Gary Mann 62 Gary Andrean 60 At Crawfordsville Darlington 69 Waynetown 60 Waveland 73 Coal Creek 59 ' At Fort Wayne I; Fort Wayne Central 76 Fort Wayne Dwenger 58 At Fort Wayne II Fort Wayne Concordia 56 Wood- Ian 54 At LaVille LaVille 69 North Liberty 46 Glenn 77 Argos 60 At Hammond Hammond Clark 53 -Hammond Gavit 50 Munster 69 "Whiting 61 Jasper; Lloyd Jeffersonville, Thews, Culver. 1 The stars of 25 years^ago will be honored at a hall of fame banquet here March 17. Wilson earned the "Mr. Basketball" honor in 1946, winning all-conference and all-state honors. Later, Wilson, played three seasons at Anderson College and three years with the Harlem Globetrotters. He is now athletic director at Malcolm College in Chicago. V FOSTER IN TRAINING TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - Light heavyweight . champion Bob Foster boxed six rounds Tuesday with sparmates Joe Burns and Willie Wilson in preparation for his March 2 title defense against Harold Carroll . in Scranton, Pa. Foster weighed in Tuesday at 178 pounds, three over the light heavy limit. NASCAR RACES NEW YORK (UPI) -The National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) Tuesday announced 14 races for its Grand American Series, including two new road races at road Atlanta on June 13 and S UMMIT Point, W.Va., on May 23. Small College Standings Assumption No.l NEW YORK (UPI)-The United Press International top 20 small college basketball teams with first-place votes and won-lost records in parentheses: (Twelfth week, includes games played through Sunday, Feb. 21> Team Points 1. Assumption (22) (21-0) 281 2. Kentucky St. (1) (22 -2V 226 3. Tennesse St. (2) (20-2) 204 4. LSU (N.O.) (3) (22-0) 194 5. S.W. Lousiana (18-3) 138. 6. Fairmont St. (25-0) 127 7. Ashland (22-2) 100 8. Wooster (23-1) 80 9. Louisiana Tech (19-4) 78 10. Ky. Wesleyan (19-5) 67 11. Puget Sound (18-4) 37 12. Oral Roberts (1) (21-5) 31 13. Evansville (1) (16-7) 22 14. Akron (17-4) 19 15. Eau Clair (22-1) 18 16. S.F. Austin (20-5) 17 17. Howard Payne (21-6) 10, 18. North Dak. St. (16-8) 8 19. Phila. Tex. (19-4) 7 20. C.W. Post (19-3) 6 EC Washington Debut Tonight By United Press International Top - ranked East Chicago Washington makes its Indiana high school basketball tourney debut tonight as sectional firing gets rolling in earnest. No. 8 Gary Roosevelt, the 1968 champ, became the first major casualty of this year's tourney,. falling Tuesday night to city foe Wallace, 66-65. Roosevelt and 11 other teams have been sidelined in the first two nights of sectional warfare, staged on a limited basis. But tonight 33 sectional sites will see action with 76 games and e the remainder wili open Thursday night. By Saturday night, the original field of 436 teams will be reduced to 64 sectional champions. The East Chicago Washington Senators, the only unbeaten team in the field, open tonight against East Gary at East Chicago. The other game there matches No. 10, and defending state kingpin East Chicago Roosevelt against River Forest. Also tonight, second-ranked Gary West, which closed Its regular season^with losses to the two East Chicago powers, opens against Wirt at Gary. Muncie Central Opens Muncie Central, the only five- time state champ in the field, goes against city rival South tonight at Muncie. Central was a finalist in last, year's shoot, as was Loogootee, which opens tonight against Shoals at Washington. At South Bend, No. 5 LaSalle collides with city rival Riley, while a key battle at Indianapolis matches two-time champ Washington against Shortridge. Allen Blackmon's fielder with one second remaining gave Wallace its slim upset over Roosevelt at Gary. For a time in the early going, Roosevelt appeared heading for a rout. The Panthers reeled off .12 straight points for a 23-12 advantage, but the Hornets battled back and led at the third stop, 49-46. Roosevelt held a 65-64 lead with 7 seconds left, but missed three free throws, one on a technical foul, and with four seconds left had an inbounds pass stolen by Larry Wesson, who passed to Blackmon for the winning bucket. Ben Darter got 14 and Blackmon 13 for Wallace. Michael Coleman hit 26 for the Panthers and Milt McGee got 19. Wallace is now 14-6. Roosevelt, which finished 15-5, had beaten Wallace earlier in the season 83-60. Two Sectional .Champs Out Roosevelt was one of two defending sectional champs sidelined. The other was Waynetown, a 69-60 victim of Darlington at Crawfordsville. Rodger Gooding hit 35 in Waveland's.73-59 win over Coal Creek in the other game. THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE : : Bucks Clinch Title By United Press International By BILL MADDEN UPI Sports Writer One of these- days the. Baltimore Orioles really are going to trade Frank Robinson and then it/won't be a surprise to anyone. The latest Robinson trade rumor has the Orioles' super* star ticketed for the Chicago White Sox la the early spring for a package of player's that will include one of the two Chisox catchers — Duane Jose. phson or Ed Herrmann. "So what else is new?" said Harry D alto n, Baltimore's director of player personnel. "Last year at this time they had us ' sending' Frank to California for Andy Messersmith." Nonetheless, Dalton did not discount the Robinson to Chicago story and, according to a published report, the Chisox will include rookie pitchers Don Eddy and Dick Moloney in addition to one of the two ; catchers. In the meantime, Robinson has yet to come to terms with, the Orioles and is reportedly seeking a two-year contract in addition to a raise, on his $125,000 pact of last year. ; Robinson isn't the only slugger holding out for a sizable salary Increase. The Cincinnati Reds have yet to sign catcher Johnny Bench and third baseman Tony Perez. Both Bench and Perez are holding out for contracts of over $100,000, but General Manager Bob Howsam has gone on record as saying that Pete Rose will be the only player on the club to receive $100,000. The Atlanta Braves are experiencing some difficulty in coming to terms with first baseman Orlando Cepeda and third baseman Clete Boyer. Cepeda is seeking a two year contract calling for $240,000.' Boyer, meanwhile is resisting a pay cut from his 1970 salary of $45,000. Among those players ending salary hassles Tuesday included first baseman Mike Epstein and relief pitcher Darold Knowles of the Washington senators. Epstein settled for approximately $40,000 while Knowles, was given a $5,000 increase. The Senators still have not signed slugger Frank Howard, who received an estimated $120,000 a year ago. The Boston Red Sox have dispatched scout Ray ." Boone to Mexico in an effort to locate pitcher Vicente Romo, missing for five days while the Kansas City Royals signed shortstop Freddie Patek and pitcher Aurelio Monteagudo. Ron Barnes got 35 points to lead Fort Wayne Central to a 78-56 win over Dwenger in action in the Fort Wayne I tourney. Dwenger had whipped Central, the defending champ, by 30 points during the regular season. The Fort Wayne II tourney' game played Tuesday saw Fort Wayne Concordia trim Woodlan, 56-54. Mike Berning's bucket broke a 52-52 deadlock and Concordia added two free throws to ice the game. At LaVille, Bruce Daybuff hit 21 to lead Glenn to a 77-60 triumph over Argos. LaVille won the opener, 69-46 over North Liberty, Gary Mann won the nightcap at Gary, 62-60 over city foe Andrean. Terry Martin bit 22 points to lead the attack. Hammond Clark, the fourth defending sectional champ in action Tuesday night, shaded city foe Gavit at Hammond, 53-50. Munster tripped Whiting in the nightcap, 69-61. ;] The Milwaukee Bucks did as '^expectedr^They clinched a tie for/lhe Midwest Division title can wrap up the sectional championship tonight against San Diego. Milwaukee won its 57th game of the season and 12th in a row Tuesday night by besting the San Francisco Warriors, 118107. The Bucks have only lost 11 games and have 14 remaining in which to post the best won-lost. record in the National Basketball Association and collect the bonus money that goes with the top winning percentage. The Bucks top scoring punch led Milwaukee's attack as Oscar Robertson tallied 26 points and Lew Alcindor netted 25. They put- the Bucks in front for good at 37?36 early in the second quarter. Nick Jones paced San Francisco with 31 points and Nate -Thurmond had 24 for the Warriors. In other NBA action, Philadelphia moved within three games of New York* in ttie Eastern Division as the 76ers beat Portland, 119-113, and the Knicks dropped a 126-109 decision to San /Diego. Los Angeles downed Baltimore; 114.107, in the only other NBA game. Bill Cunningham and Archie Clark combined for 59 points to offset a 43-point effort by j Portland's Geoff Petrie. The stubborn Trail Blazers trailed, 109-107, with 2:22 remaining when Cunncingbam and Wally : . Jones connected to open the Philadelphia lead. Cunningham finished with 35 points and Clark had 24. , Calvin Murphy and ElvinJ Hayes each scored 29 points in San Diego's first victory of the season over New York. Willis .Reed scored nine points in,the first half, but Hayes* defense held the Knicks captain scoreless after intermission. Pave DeBusschere and Dick Barnett each scored 24 points for New York. I Gall Goodrich scored 29 ipoints and Jerry West added 26 for Los Angeles as the Lakers rallied /in the second half to beat. Baltimore. Wes Unseld's 28 points were the Bullets' team high. , Baltimore lost forward Eddie Miles for the season when he suffered a torn Arcbilles tendon in the right foot. THROUGH TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd. 20 FREE WEBB- STAMPS with S3.00 or more gat purthass DOUBLE STAMrS EVERY WED. & SAT: 215 So. Main Tipton . Jim Rush, Mgr. WEBB'S Gos For Less STP 88c .with gas punhaM HEET - 25C limit c ^pANTY HOSE 39C NBA Standings By United Press international Atlantic Division W. L. I Pet. GB New York 43 26 .623 ... Philadelphia 40 39 .580 3 Boston 36 33 .522 7 Buffalo 19 51 .271 24V 2 Central Division W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 37 30 .552 ... Cincinnati 26 41 .388 11 Atlanta 25 42 .373 12 Cleveland 12 58 .171 26% Page 5 e-of r Larry Mattingly TC Trojans Ready Pre-Game Acts Horseshoe Rumors Junior High Wrestling Ion Cage.Tribune SportsEditor Milwaukee Chicago Phoenix Detroit Midwest Division W. L. Pet, 57 * 11 42 25 41 27 39 = 26 GB .838 ... .627 14'/2 1 .603 16 1 .600 I6V2 Pacific .Division Los Angeles 41 San Francisco35 San Diego 32 Seattle j . 30 Portland 23 L. 25 35 38 57 44 GB Pet. .621 ... .500 8 .457 11 .448 11% .343 18y 2 Larry Mattingly, Tipton High School Basketball player of the 1914,15, 16> 17 era, whom this column recently spoke about doing scores of games refereeing solo this wejek, gave us about an hour of the best history on early Tipton, Sljarpsvffle, Windfall, Kempton and Kokomo Basketball possible. Larry has consented to send this icolumn several old- time basketball experiences and lighting too was installed last summer and the league play for the 12 teams was under the best conditions except when rain" came. An expected 100 Tipton County Horseshoe pitchers are expected to sign up for play this summer. C-0 Tipton's Junior High School Wrestling Team is scheduled to participate in the Noblesville stories whidh just can't be dupU- Junior High Wrestling Tourna- tuesday's Results Los Angeles 114 Baltimore 107 San Diego 126 New York 109 Philadelphia 119 Portland 113 Milwaukee 107 118 San Francisco Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Boston New York at Cincinnati , San Francisco at Detroit San Diego at Milwaukee Cleveland at Seattle Portland at Atlanta (Only games scheduled) ABA Standings By United Press International East W. L. Pet. GB Virginia 45 21 .682 ... Kentucky 35 32 .522 iOV 2 New York .31 35 .470 14 Carolina 28 37 .431 16V 2 Pittsburgh 28 39 .418 Wi Floridians 28 40 .412 18 West W. Li Utah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas 45 42 36 23 20 2o; .211' •3lf 41 44 Pet. GB •692 .667 2 .537 10 .359 2lVz .313 24% Tuesday's Results Pittsburgh 133 Kentucky 130 Virginia 106 Memphis 97 Utah 133 Denver 103]: Indiana at Texas ppd. Wednesday's Games Denver at Floridians Memphis at Kentucky Virginia vs. Carolina at Charlotte Pittsburgh at New York Indiana at Texas | cated by anyone else. C-0 ' Coach John Harding of the Tri- Central Trojans, Tuesday reported his Trojans in fairly good shape to open the Frankfort Sectional Tournament Wednesday night against the tough Clinton Central Bulldogs. Starting for the TC Trojans will be Jeff Modisett and Rick Cyphers at Forwards, Jim Martin at Center and Dave Harding and.Steve Vandiver at guards. Martin and Vandiver are Seniors and will be starting their final tournament games as the first varsity grsds of Tri-Central. Modisett, Cyphers and Harding' are Juniors'. Other Senior Trojan playersj are Rodney Johnson, Steve Butler; Gil Tuggle, and Martin Funkhouser. Other Junior players! are. Roger Whitehead and Tom Reese. Jeff Harlow is a great sophomore prospect for the Trojans!, j . C-O Some excellent pre-game and halftone, intermission activities have been enacted by the Tipton High School majorettes, band, and individuals and this corner, wishes to (congratulate all who • participated and supervised. Hope future years brings just as equally enjoyable acts. Some other schools visited by Tipton this year putting on excellent programs and acts were Macbnaquah, Alexandria, Wabash Anderson {Highland, Ft. Wayne Central and Clinton Central. I C-0 , ' Rumors [have it that some of the Tipton County. Horseshoe pitchers are secretly practicing tossing the iron shoes under-roof inside walls,! getting the soupbones in shape for the start of the Loop Season in about two months. Tipton's jne'w City Park Horseshoe courts are among the finest in the state and were readily used the past two summers. Superb ment February 26. The young Satans grapplers are fast rounding into shape since starting competition just three weeks ago. Shaw Accepts Colonial Bid FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) —Tom Shaw, the 28-year-old sensation of the winter golf tour with $72,000 and two tour titles so far, today became the first player to accept an invitation to play in the 26th Colonial National Invitation golf tournament. • Shaw's name was one of five released - by Tournament Chairman Pete Davis for the May 2023 event. The other early entries included Phil Rodgers, a veteran of 10 NIT's in which he has - failed to make, the cut but once; Jim Weichers and newcomers Bob Stone and Heb Hooper. Shaw, who won the Crosby and Hawaiian events earlier this season, will be making his third appearance here. " He finished 14th in 1969 and seventh last year for $5,779 in winnings; His 1969 tour included a record-tying four-under-par 31 oh the front nine. -< BOUT ANNOUNCED CHICAGO (UPI)-Unbeaten heavyweight - George Foreman, vwinnerof 26-straight, will meet Roosevelt Eddie in a 10-round bout at the Playboy Club, Lake Geneva, Wis., April 3, it was announced Tuesday. The bout will be staged as part of a dinner program with matchmaker, Joe Kellman scheduled to arrange a pair of five-round preliminary bouts. (Only games scheduled) V.-ii.V,!.............. Save s 34 to s 53 on Set of 4 Blackwall Tires • 78 Series size with ••• low profile for steady Tide, steering • Broader footprint traction contact . than comparable conventional size tires. 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