I.. J. VOLUME 76 - NO. 49 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1971 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER OCTOBER 4, 1895, AT POST OFFICE, IN TIPTON, INDIANA 10£ PER COPY 45£ PER WEEK SECOND CLASS POSTAGE AT TIPTON, INDIANA 46072 To Tipton Edged by TC Trojans 55-52 ByEldon Tribune Sports Cage Editor FRANKFORT — | The Devils and Trojans "did their thing" Friday night in the Frankfort Sectional Semi-final 7 p.m. game and it was a thriller to the wire before the first year Tri-Central roundballers edged the youthful Tipton squad 55-52. " This ding-dong Tipton County Net issue was not settled until time ran out as Jeff Juday dribbled, toward TC's Jim Martin in an attempt to pick up a three point play for a tie score, but Jeffs right idea was anticipated by Top Cat'Martin, and Martin stooped low to the floor offering no defensive motion and Juday's push shot was just over the f im as time ran out with the final message 55-52. | Both Tipton County squads played blue ribbon basketball most of the 32 minutes, even though partisan supporters - of each team "lovinglyjgriped" because they thought their heroes were not performing their best 32 minutes. Analyzing the statistics^ teams were great, performing' in the Clinton County basketball arena. TC commited only four errors to the Devils eight.1 Tipton made six steals to the Trojans seven and the rebounds were Tipton 27, TC 30. Tipton's shootingfrom the field was 22 of 55 for a .440 average, while Central hit 18 of 60 for a ;.306, then picked up the win by canning 19 of 25 free throw attempts for a .760 average, the Satans could hit onlj while 8-13 from the.freebee line for a average. Joe Achenbach started every second of the Five Seniors Complete Water Instructor Course Have you ever wondered just what procedures a lifesavingor swimming instructor must take before being authorized to teach? . Five members of this year's senior class knowfirst hand for they have recently completed the Water Safety "instructor Course. This course' is a study of teaching techniques, general laws of swimming motions, . lifesaving skills and water safety precautions. Kathy Holbrook received her WSI degree last summer in La Grange, Indiana.] ~ She taught classes last summer at the Tipton pool.; | David Smith, Chuck Day, Carol Cook and Kathy Heaton received their WSI degree | last week at Grissom Air Force Base under the directions of Mrs. Mona G. Rodefeld of Rochester, Indiana. These five people are now authorized to teach in any pool or recreational center] in the United States however, they must file at a particular Red Cross center to establish a home Chapter. scoring with a bank shot and then followed with a free toss to give . the Devils a 3-1 edge. Jim York and Bill Sullivan picked up fielders to send the Satans to a 9-2 lead before Jim Martin and Dave Harding each, got two points to make the first quarter score Tipton 14, TC 5. Jim York pumped home nine markers in the second eight minutes and Jim Martin scorched the nets for eight before Dave 1 ing picked up a pair of free ones (Continued on page sift) Tipton Indochina Conflict By BERT W. OKULEY SAIGON (UPI)-Counterattack i n g South Vietnamese troops today battled Communist tanks and infantrymen in heavy fighting for control of Hill 31, the' 1 outpost that fell *to the Communists last Thursday. Lt. Gen. Hoang Xuan Lam, commander of South. Vietnamese troops in Laos said'his forces had destroyed 15 Soviet- built PT76 tanks and killed Local Option Battle Rages On Hill 31 hundreds, of Communist troops. Lam aid South Vietnamese forces y ere last reported 300600 feet from the top of Hill 31, seven niles inside Laos, the second - South Vietnamese outpost : to fall to the Communists since tie ' South Vietnamese drive began Feb. 8 to cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail, the Communists' main supply line into South Vietnam and Cambo- Bill Passes by Slim Margin Teaching Methods Reviewed Mrs. Mary - Pitner, program chairman of American Association of University Women further explained new teaching methods used in Tipton Community School Corporation. She defined values of counseling and stressed results" obtained from dyslexia clinics which 15 local students attend.- The children consult Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, and Purdue University, Lafayette and at times use facilities at Crossroads Center, Indianapolis, "through cooperation of Crippled Children's Society. Types of Dyslexia Mrs. Pitner at Tuesday's meeting at Lincoln School, defined dyslexia as a child's inability to read, when he is known to have normal or intellectual abi- Innovation at the elemen tary school level is a must, she said. Primary dyslexia is compared to blindness - the inability to read or transfer from page to thought. Secondary dyslexia can be resultofbraindamage or emotional disturbance. Contributing factors are home backgrounds or little or no communication with economic, social and cultural deprivation. Alarm Signals Early indications of dyslexia' are found in a poor reader with poor achievement The child will probably be hyperactive and have brought about distraught parents and teachers a a result of his behavior patterns. Emotional .instability from lack of readfag gradually turns frustrations into hostility according to Mrs. Pitner. She cited results of a clinically treated student who corrected "word blindness", inability to transfer from page to thoughts, by using tape recor- : ders, cassettes and visual aids. Oral tests were given for evaluation^. This method brought the child up to his capabilities and encouraged him to excel. The counselor noted 15 per cent of dyslexia children are boys. She explained that maturity of boys is also a slower process than that of Kir Is. Behavior Motivation Mrs. Pitner, who has counseled here six years and seven in Arkansas, suggests rewards for children who achieve positive motivation. By the same measure, she suggests removing a reward when a child displays negative motivation Or reaction. Another aid is establishment (Continued on page six) Te lefu n dCam paigri Scheduled For the fourth consecutive •year, a two-night telefund cam-]- paign will be conducted in Howard County by BalL State Vnl 7 . versify Alumni Association. Ball State alumni living in the county] will serve as volunteer workers and man 12 telephones from 6:30 to 9 p.m.Tuesday and Wednesday March 9-10 at a local business firm. ' Mrs.. Martha Ash, guidance] counselor at Kokomo Haworth High School, and Ball State alumnus, is general chairman for ^ the local telefund campaign. . The volunteers will be asking Ball State alumni for pledges to the 1971 alumni fund. The Kokomo-] Howard County goal is to top the $2,332 given by 249 alumni last year, according to Don Lemish, Ball State alumni field director. i "The dollars contributed by each alumnus' are. used for programs at, the university not financed by state aid," Mrs. Ash (Continued on page six) By JOHN B. BARRETTE INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana House by the barest of margins Friday passed the locaf option_ income tax bill'.' supported by majority Republicans, and the Senate reconsidered earlier action and voted to repeal the controversial "full crew" railroad law. The House passed the income tax proposal measure by a 5148 vote as Reps. King /Telle, R-Valparaiso, and Thames L. Mauzy, R-Warsaw, joined minority Democrats in voting against it. The bill now joins in the Se- * nate previously House - passed bills in the GOP tax package., aimed at property tax relief, including measures to increase the, state sales and individual and corporate income taxes and to establish county tax and budget control boards. In the Senate, the "full crew" repeal bill passed by a 27-21 vote, with only one vote more than the constitutional majority of 26 needed for passage. Two days earlier, the same bill failed to pass, with'22 voting in favor and 24 against. It now goes to the House. Mills Explains Bill Rep. Morris Mills, R-Indianapolis, the local option tax measure's author and chairman of the Ways and Means taxation subcommittee, said, '"£liis is an otherattempt to provide 1 an alternate source of revenue" to property taxes. But Rep. Richard C ; Bo lino. 3-Mlnawaka, House minority leader, said it would hurt the | "Within county In ing this i House ard Boefcnin: tended rule and! the the income income refuted a tax able to. Rep; Terre floor "buckpi councils sion .tfn may W. for the sent period, old, the| poor and "those least able to pay. four years every the state,wi'.l'oe levy- tax," Bodine said, majority leader Rich- g, R-Lafayette, con- bill would gwe home said "If you don't have you can't pay the £ax." He said that fact Bodine's argument such ^ould hurt those least pay. Fre lrt.rk-k T. Bauer, D- Haute, assistant minority said the bill was sing" because county would make the deci- the' tax' and that we ^mortgaging the future expediency of the pre- leader, "The fighting in Laos is becoming intense and that is • what we expected," said a South Vietnamese spokesman in Saigon. "We • would like to see the enemy stay and fight. Now they are doing just what we expected them to do." • Lam said he had no idea how many South Vietnamese paratroopers survived the North Vietnamese siege and takeover of Hill 31 on Thursday but a Saigon spokesman said some government airborne units "are still manning Hill 31.". U.S. helicopters came under intense - Communist- antiaircraft fire when they tried to supply another South Vietnamese outpost known as Hotel 2, south of Highway 9 in Laos. The U.S. command in Saigon reported the loss of two more helicopters in Laos Friday, both of them OH6 observation craft supporting the South Vietnamese. Three Americans were^ ' wounded in the two crashes. Local Alumni over 98,000 of Indiana University's 187,645 Hying alumni reside in the Hoosier State, including,271 in Tipton County. There are I.U. alumni in each of the state's 92 counties, all of the other 49 states, and a number of foreign countries. The 271 in Tipton County include" 147 men and 124 women. Sectional Notice Tipton High School officials " stated that the Tipton student fan bils would leave the Tipton County Courthouse Square site. Saturday 6:30 p.m. for Frankfort High School for the Sectional jTourney finals between, the Tri-Central.Trojans from Tipton County and the Rossville | Hornets from Clinton County. Transportation on the bus will be 50 cents and only those showing a Saturday night Sectional ticket will be permitted to board the bus. First Jin the bus line will be first to get on. A vehicle caravan from Tri- Central High School to the Frankfort gym is planned Saturday 6 p.m., Tri-Central School officials stated. . The purpose of the caravan is to show support for the Trojans basketball team and the coaching staff. Drivers are asked to assemble at Tri- Central High School before 6 p.m., for the "takeoff and then the tour heads through Sharpsville to.US 31 and then south to Ind. 28 and then west to the Frankfort gym. Fouled— ]Tlm Clouser, Tipton forward, fouled Cyphers in Friday night's Frankfort Sectional semi-final into area to assist Cyphers. In act of shooting by tough Trojan Rick game. Trojan Jeff Modisett (44) cruises (Photo by Jim Heaton) SulliVOn Layup— Bill SulUvan, Tipton guard, goes under basket alone for a layup following steal of basketball at midcourt and dribble to the rim and net as referee cruises along. (Photo by Jim Heaton) ShOt BlOCked-- Jim Martin, Center's shot as Rick Cyphers, Jeffj (Photo by Jim Heaton) [Trojan 6^4 forward, blocks Bob Richardson, 6-0 Tipton Modisett and Steve Vandiver.far right, help on defense.
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