The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 27, 1971 · Page 6
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Page 6 Hornet Press Dumps Dogs college Results By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports Editor FRANKFORT — Rossville's determined Hornets turned their full court press into a "defensive blitz" here in Friday night's sectional semi-final to gain the championship spot with a 91-75 win over the fighting Frankfort Hot Dogs. The Hornets tangle with Tri-Central's Trojans at 8 p.m. "As per notice" Rossyille started the sticky press early and before the Hot Dogs could get collected they were in arrears 11-4. Bob Knapp, Garry Kamstra and Bob Dyer were the Rossville point makers in this first period as the first quarter ended 21-15. Mike Foster, Rick Clark and Chuck Hollis picked up most of the Dogs digits. c The second eight minutes became a nightmare for Frankfort as Knapp, Garry Kamstra and Darrell Skiles boosted the Hornet lead |o 51 -33. The Hot Dogs weren't through, however and did some fine pressure work of their own in the third stanza and pulled within four points 65-61 before running out of mustard. At this juncture Bob Dyer started his own scoring "at valanche" with six jumpers in four minutes to help send the game out. of reach and gave the Hornets their chance with the Trojans for the Sectional crown. Summary WIS®* PAY BY CHECK A CHECKING ACCOUNT with our bank will save yoo countless trips on bill-paying days during the, unsettled winter months. Mail checks! It's safe and you'll save hours of valuable time! National Bank of TIPTON By United Press International West Librty 61 Fairmnt 58 Penn 96. Brown 82 Elon 76 Catawba 67 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Goldsmith Native : Dies Recently ROSSVILLE Kamstra, G. 3 1 3 7 Kamstra, J. 12 10 5 34 Skiles 2 2 3 6 Knapp 9 2 3 20 Bongbrake 2 14 5 Dyer 7 3 2 17 Morris 1 0 3 2 Chezem , 0 0 0 0 Totals J3619 23 91 FRANKFORT Clark 3 7 4 13 Foster 10 3 4 23 Hollis 4 4 5 12 Beardsley 4 14 9 Carter 4 2 1 10 Wainscott 6 1. 0 1. Ricker i 1 2 3 Morrison 10 3 2 Wade . 10 0 2 Totals 2819 23 75 Rossyille 21 51 71 91 Frankfort 15 33 61 75 Independet Tourney . Tipton County Basketball fans are urged to attend the three Independent Basketball Tourney games set for the Tipton National Guard Armory Sunday afternoon and night. Windfall's Lions tangle with the Farmers Loan and Trust at 1 p.m. followed at 3 p.m. by the First Federal and Citizens National Bank contest. The two afternoon winners then shoot for the Tourney crown Sunday night at 7 p.m. Some fine adult basketball players will be in action Sunday afternoon and night and area fans will appreciate their talents. Frnkln & Mrshll 77 Juniata 74 Georgia Tech 99 Tampa 72 • V Oberlin 72 Kenyon 70 Oaklnd 92 Ferris St. 80 Dartmouth 99 Cornell 88 Harvard 85 Columbia 66 Wake Frst 64 Clemson 54 Shaw 86 Eliz. City St. 84 Case Tech 69 Bethany 66 Mercer 100 Georgia St. 74 Villanova 67 Temple 65 Princeton 108 YKALE 3 / 4 V 2 Colby 73 MIT 68 Brigham Young 95 Ariz. 83 Stanford 97 Ore. St, 85 California 103 Oregon 72 City U. of New York Semifinals CCNY 55 Brooklyn 53 Queens 74 Hunter 72, 2 pts I Divorce Granted Ronald W. Winner of Tipton County was granted an Absolute Divorce from Renate M. Winner in Tipton Circuit Court action Friday. The suit was initiated by Ronald Winner's attorney Horace Holmes. There were no children to the marriage and proof of publication of notice of non resident was filed, BASKETBALL NEWS High School Sectional Results At Anderson Anderson 70 Pendleton Heights 69 Madison Heights 56 Alexandria 50 At Bateesville Jac-Cen-Del 65 Moores Hills 59 Batesville 86 Sunman 60 At Bedford Bedford 86 Shawswick 64 Tunnelton 66 Oolitic 57 At Bellmont South Adams 50 Adams Central 46 Bellmont 57 Southern Wells 56 At Ben Davis Indianapolis Northwest 90 Ben Davis 74 Speedway 53 Indianapolis Cha- tard49 ' At Benton Central Benton Central 62 South Newton 60 Remington 52 Rensselaer 44 At Blackford Blackford 76 Bryant 52 Dunkirk 73 Pennville 61 At Bloomington Martinsville 111 Eminence 68 Bloomington 79 Bloomington University 58 • At Boonville Tell City 63 South Spencer 56 Dale 78 Boonville 68 At Brazil Rockville 54 Staunton 53 Brazil 64 Van Buren 59 At Brownsburg Plainfield 60 Pittsboro 38 Brownsburg 71 Mooresyille 59 At Calumet Crown Point 64 Calumet 49 Griffith 71 Lake Central 68 At Carmel Hamilton Southeastern 58 Westfield 57 (ot) Carmel 73 Sheridan 49 At Cass Pioneer 78 Peru 77 Logansport 92 North Miami 80 At Chesterton Morgan Twp. 78 Wheeler 39 Portage 58 Chesterton 57 At Clay City Dugger 58 Shakamak 54 Owen Valley 78 Sullivan 76 (3 OTs) At Columbia City Manchester 79 Homestead 62 Pierceton 67 ColumbiaVCity 57 At Columbus ) Columbus,78 Brown County 70 South Decatur 64 Greensburg 63 AtConnersville Union 76 Laurel 64 Connersville 79 Liberty 58 At Crawfordsville Waveland 82 Darlington 77 at Your Friendly Bank •• FARMERStOAN - & ' TRUST COMPANY 110 E.Jeff. St. . Tipton, Indiana Crawfordsville 68'Linden 64 At DeKalb Eastside 84 Hamilton 68 Garrett' 80 DeKalb 64 At Eastbrook White's 79 Wabash 66 Huntington 87 Huntington Catholic 61 , ' At East Chicago Hobart 77 Hammond Noll 66 East Chicago Washington 73 East Chicago Roosevelt 48 At East Noble Westview 70 Lakeland 65 Fairfield 73 East Noble 66 At Elkhart Northwood 68 Northridge 63 Elkhart 68 Penn 60 At Evansville Rex Mundi 67 Memorial 62 Reitz 71 Central 58 At Fort Wayne II Fort Wayne Concordia 48 New Haven 46 Fort Wayne North 60 Fort Wayne South 48 At Fountain Central Covington 81 Pine Village 68 Williamsport 65 Turkey Run 64 At Frankfort Tri-Central 55 Tipton 52 Rossville 91 Frankfort 75 At Gary Emerson 69 Wallace 64 (2 OTs) West 54 Mann 47 At Greencastle North Putnam 48 Cloyerdale 46 Greencastle 51 North Salem 50 = ' At Hammond Hammond Clark 71 Minister 62 Highland 70 Hammond Morton 56 At Huntingburg Jasper 77 Ferdinand 53 Dubois 86 Perry Central 65 At Indianapolis Washington 65 Attucks 61 Tech 72 North Central 66 At Jeffersonville Clarksville P r o v i d e n c e 88 Lanesville 40 Floyd Central 92 Jeffersonville 91 At Knox North Judson 56 Oregon-Davis 41 Knox 79 Winamac 63 At Kokomo Western 58 Taylor 52 Kokomo 75 Kokomo Haworth 66 At Lafayette Lafayette 68 Lafayette Catholic 62 Southwestern 84 Harrison 70 At LaVille Plymouth 65 LaVille 51 South Bend Jackson 72 Glenn 65 At Lawrenceburg North Dearborn 71 Aurora 68 Lawrenceburg 91 Rising Sun 70 •At Lebanon Pike 67 New Ross 50 Lebanon 74 Zionsville 57 At Madison Southwestern 61 Henryville 34 Madison 92 Charlestown 63 At Marion . Marion 71 Elwood 54 Oak Hill 76 Madison Grant 63 . At Michigan City Michigan City III South Central 39 LaPorte 80 New Prairie 62 At Muncie .Muncie Central 62 Muncie Burris 47 Yorktown 84 Muncie North 49 At New Castle New Castle 64 Shenandoah 60 Greenfield 72 Mt. Vernon 65 - At North White Twin Lakes 66 Wolcott 62 Kankakee' Valley 59 North White 41 At Paoli Springs Valley 71 Leavenworth 69 (ot) Milltown 52 Paoli 45 At Princeton Oakland City 39 Owensville 33 Princeton 62 Fort Branch 52 At Richmond Richmond 79 Hagerstown 43 Randolph Southern 66 Cambridge City 60 ' . At Rushville Rushville 98 Morristown 56 Eastern Hancock 75 Carthage 51 At Salem Corydon 66 Eastern 60 Salem 86 North Harrison 79, At Seymour Jennings County 71 Brownstown 58 Seymour 105 Austin 65 At Shelbyviile Shelbyville 69 Southwestern 49 Franklin Central 57 Waldron 44 At South Bend LaSalle 79 Mishawaka 75 Adams 86 Washington 67 At Southport Cathedral 58 Warren Central 57 Manual 82 Wood 76 At Switz City . Worthington 45 Bloomfield 44 •Linton 70 Eastern 62 At Triton Rochester 87 Akron 58 Warsaw 87 Triton 79 At Vincennes Vincennes 102 Petersburg 40 South Knox 80 Vincennes Rivet 79 At Washington Lobgootee 58 Washington Catholic 47 Barr-Reeve 67 North Daviess 57 At Whiteland Decatur Central 59 Center Grove 58 Franklin 72 Greenwood 51 At Winchester Union 74 Redkey 69 Winchester 67 Monroe Central 57 Auction Service FARM SALES, ESTATE, REAL ESTATE AUCTION HOUSEHOLD MISC. CONTACT THE VJ* ACTION ^ AUCTIONEER! Funeral services for Clark Swariff, 86, a native of Gold-* smith, were held Thursday, 10 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church in Cicero with Father Minsterman officiating. Interment was in Cicero cemetery. > Mr. Swarm was born in Goldsmith, the son of. George and Mary (Wimer) Swarm. He married Elizabeth Anna Deinken and she died in 1958. He had been a Sheridan resident for over 40 years and was employed at Allisons in Indianapolis retiring in 1949. He also worked at Talbert Lumber Company. Survivors are .three daughters, Mrs. W. F. (Josephine) Feeney Indianapolis; Mrs. Earl (Dorothy) Gagle, Noblesville; and Sister Lucille Swarm of St. Margaret's Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. County Native Dies In Florida Word was received here this week of the death of Nell M. Gallagher, 314 30th St., West Palm Beach, Florida. Miss Gallagher, 84 years of age, was born and raised in Tipton County. Her parents were Frank and Mary Alice (Shiel) Gallagher of near Atlanta. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Mary Woods, Atlanta; Mrs. Sara Morrissey and Miss Gertrude Gallagher, Flor. Ida; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral mass was held Wednesday at St. Ann's Church in West Palm Beach. *Telefund (Continued from page one) explained. "These include student scholarships, loans and research grants. "Each alumnus can designate exactly how or for whatprograms he desires his money to be allocated," she emphasized. , There are seven Howard County students attending Ball State on scholarships. These scholarships are funded by donations such as the telefuhd campaign and not from regular alumni sources, Lemish explained. Fifteen fund-raising centers have been organized by the Ball State Alumni Association for the 1971 telefund campaign. In 1970, a total of 6,136 Ball State alumni contributed $76,091.50 in 15 areas. This sum topped the previous year's contribution of $62, 043.98 in 17 areas. *Tipton (Continued from page one) of work projects at home with a note of praise when a child is deserving. However, she warn; ed, pressure from parents tends ' to tear down child ego. A basic vroblem found in a dyslexia child stems from poor home life which creates preoccupation in the child's mind. Mrs. Pitner has found that hunger and concern about lack of food is also basic. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Mary Inman and Mrs. Alice Ryan. Foreign exchange students from Latin America will be guests at the next meeting March p 23 at^the home of,Mrs. M. G. Smith.- 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1^71 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MENS . LEAGUE STANDINGS THURSDAY NIGHT WOMENS BOWLERS Turner Trucking :~ 64-32 Fred Henry Standard , 63-1/2-32-1/2 Suburban Lanes .62-1/2-33-1/2 Ron Shuck Auctioneer • 59-1/2-36-1/2 Standard Oil. 57-1/2-38-1/2 Briggs :•' ' • 54-1/2-41-1/2 Farm Bureau Insurance . ~. 49-47 Bud Henry Trucking 46-50 Elks #2 45-51 Elks #1 42-54 Pioneer^ J ;/ 33-1/2,62-1/2 Fred Henry Standard 2600 (C. Smith 592) over Elks #1 2254 (M. Pumphrey 371) 4-0. Standard Oil 2528 (L, Francis 462) over Pioneer 2228 (M.Stu­ art 398) 4-0. Turner Trucking 2498 (C. Browning 516) over'Ron Shuck Auctioneer 2367 (M. Altherr 422) 3-1. Suburban Lanes 2368 (S. James 426) over Farm Bureau Insurance 2285 (E. Teter 452) 3-1. Elks #2 2428 (E. Pore 467) Ued Bud Henry Trucking 2404 (D. Brewer 423) 2-2. Briggs Bline 4-0. j Carolyn Smith rolled a 225 for a single game high. New Backhoe— L-R Jim Blaylock, Keith Spay and Larry Netherton standing beside the hew JD 500B Backhoe Unit just delivered to the Tipton Water Plant on North East street this week. Blaylock is a heavy equipment operator for the. City of Tipton Water Company. Keith Spay is a department foreman and Netherton is a skilled Water Company personnel. Ted Sharp is the Water Company Superintendent. The new unit contract price was $12,999 plus trade-in and this will give the city heavy enough equipment without having to contact outside-for many small and frequent.jobs. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) - . DevilS SCOre— Tim'Clouser goes up to basket with ball as TC's Rick Cyphers pulls back hands to avoid foul contact and Dave Harding runs into basket area. (Photo by Jim Heaton) Tipton Edged (Continued from page one) .. . j. at the horn on Sullivan's foul to make it 26-18 Tipton at the half. Dave HardingandRickCyphers started the surge in the third quarter and TC got their first lead at 38-37 and from then to the wire it was thrill packed. Rick Cyphers at this point, gave one of the best season's performances both on offense and defense. He gathered in the rebounds, made the plays and finished the game with 14 points all in the last 16 minutes. Steve Vandiver and Jeff Modisett too, helped turn the tide with timely points, rebounds and free throws just at the crucial times. Bob Richardson, saddled with three personal fouls in the early going picked up his- fourth infraction in the third canto and his lost skills hurt the Devil's cause. Too, Tim Clouser was lost via the foul route in the fourth stanza and.his talents were sorely missed. .Then Larry, Harper came oh to do a commendable job. Jim York finished his great ABA Standings ' '•• East W. L. Pet. GB Virginia 46 22 .676 ... Kentucky 36 32 .529 10 New York 32 35 .478 13% Carolina 29 38 .433 i&h Pittsburgh 29 40 .420.17% Floridians 29 41 .414 18 , ' j : . - West ' W. L. Pet. GB Utah 46 20 .697 ... Indiana 43 22 .622 2'/ 2 Memphis 36 32 .529 11 Denver 24 42 .364 22 Texas 20 46 .303 26 Friday's Results Denver,142 Texas 120 Memphis at New York, ppd. prep roundbalj career with 21 points and some fine play making. Bob Richjjrdson even though finally checked by fouls, made some of the fit est rebound maneuvers .and passes in his illustrious career, Coach/John Moses said his . charges played a well disciplined game against the fine Trojan outfit and that the Blue and White athletes had "just become of age" in the past few. weeks basketball- wise. .'• / TC Coach John Harding too, commended his lads for their last half play, after stating he was a bit disappointed in their initial. 16 minutes performance. TrirCentral will now go a-' gainst the Rossville Hornets for the Sectional jcrown Saturday 8 p.m. SUMMARY, TRI-CENTRAL Modisett 0 6 2 6 Cyphers 6 2 1 14 Martin 6 6 1 18 Harding 5 2 4 12 Vandiver 13 1 5 Johnson 0 0 1 0 Totals 18 1910 55 TIPTON Clouser 3 15 7 Achenbach 3 13 7 Richardson 1 1 4 3 York 10 1M 21 Sullivan 2 2 3 6 Juday 3 2 1. 8 Harper 0 0 1 0 Totals ' .22 8 18 52 Tri-Central . 518 36 55 Tipton 1426 37 52 The incredible attack on Pearl Harboras told from both the American and Japanese sides. m How did M United States m Intelligence know of W the attack before the • Japanese Ambassador? I "EXCITEMENTGAIORE! MOTONEDUUMOMENT" From 20th Century-Fox.The most spectacular tilm ever made. jM^t m 675 4300 EVENINGS: 7 :UO & 9:J5 -MAT.SAT. 2 :00 Three Shows SUNDAY: 2: OO - 4:SO -7:40 Admissibn: Adult/...$1 .25- Child.- -

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