The Terre Haute Tribune from Terre Haute, Indiana on October 5, 1972 · Page 31
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Terre Haute, Indiana
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Dallas Must Wake Up, Asserts Jordan THE TRIBUNE, TERRI HAUTE, IND. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, WÎ St SPORTLICHT Royal Inn Here to Stay, Manager Says Business Mirror By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Business Analyst By DENNE H. FREEMAN DALLAS (AP) — Lee Roy Jordan says it’s time for the Dallas Cowboys to wake un> and stop waiting for something good to happen. "I don’t want to depend on other people to help us.” says Jordan. ‘‘We want to he ready by the time we meet Washing ton. We sure don't want to lose to them like we did last year ano hope somebody else knocks them off.” The Cowboys, defending Na tional Football League eh am pions. and Washington are tied for first place with 2-1 records in the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference. “I think we have to take a big step this week,” Jordan says, referring to Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh. “The schedule is there in front of us. We’ve got to buckle up and get after it.” Jordan says, “I feel the defense is ready to play ‘stretch’ football.” What about the offense? "I think all of us have confidence in both quarterbacks (Craig Morton and Roger Stau bach),” Joroan says. “We have two quarterbacks capable of winning. A lot of teams go tojknow Craig is capable of win the No. pot when the second team quar- ning.” Staubach terback is in there. But wei Morton replaced Staubach as 1 quarterback when suffered a shoulder Sporting Around Continued From Page 28. is a spoiled receiver. He must have the ball seven or eight times a game or he won't block. “He’s one of the four best receivers in the game but he's got a had attitude. "That's the reason some of the teams have been reluctant to sign him. ‘‘His attitude is last In the league.” Butkus Hit Him the Hardest A small fry asked Sayers if he was afraid when he played? “You can’t he afraid . . .” Moments later, in answering questions about linebacker Dick Butkus, Sayers said Buskus hit him harder in practice than anybody in a regulation game. "You can’t be afraid but Dick Butkus would be the one to put it into you.” separation during a pre season game. "We’ve got to get with it because every team is really: coming at us physically." Jor I dan says. "We’re not keyed as ters, and maybe push me in I direction he wants to go.” It is m an action report. NEW 3 bR K (AP) — -he letter serves not only to Harvard Imvorsiiy campus ,.hart pr02ress but also pro- i sprawls over niwrly 350 acres. v|dp5 „ means n, du.Mt com. “No they are not going to tear . encompasses 357 buildings munications for and with the the place down, to my knowl ! ,(H ,ms’ mUjPU1rTS'r ' rfne1s’ a university’s managers. ‘‘The edge.” w'as the response given s adMim and 18 f°°d facilities pPOp]e whn WOrk for him are by the manager of the Royal ~mi>?R , m. T not y ''' real to the president,” said Inn when questioned about ru !pu, across the *‘nP knows them by mors of an interstate traffic „ ^ ,ver Boston. ^ name. Anri they feel more vi- cloverleaf in that area. Nevertheless, because of a By BOB GREENE WASHINGTON (AP) Paul Pollex, who is in charge m^nascmcnt system that not of the new motel on U.S. 41 on,y kpeps opon the comimi sihle to him. Thp south of Terre Haute, dispelled ">catio"s channels, hut refuses .» . - . ..... t-hf infnrma.fmn The entire program helps develop espirite de corps, which it . f .. is generally a g r e e d is a neces- high as we should be. Of National Football League says rumors that the State Highway J" JhH)u;0 sar.V ingredient of high produc- course. no matter What else there is no such thing as a Commission has expressed in *" ‘.«rip« m Cpfn tivi**‘ Hal1 believes strongly in to beat television blackout, then went ’crest in the property for an | monwuy lewernserves io xr ep communications. feed- record as o>nosine a bill|interchange. “These rumors have been go ^nrmed of administrative prog happens, we Washington." Jordan then ina ve on recoro as opposing a savs “We’re go that woulo lift the blackout fori ing to be ready from now on . I can tell you that.” Have Lost Last 23 Games By JERRY HARKAVY ress. The addres.sed bvletter, Stephen Hall, vice president for administration, is a distillate of back, personal responsibility, consensus, negotiated goals, precise objectives. accountability. But teamwork is his similar two page letters sent to pro football fans. mg around town since the day I “NFL home territories are no wp opened,” Pollex said. ; longer blacked out on television The highway commission cur on Sunday afternoons even rently has a 8750.000 improve when the home team is playing mp,nt project underw-ay along a game at home," NFL Com Highway 41 at the interstate missioner Pete Rozelle told a overpass. Additional traffic Senate subcommittee Wednes lanes, signalization. lighting and day. an interstate exit ramp will L'ldget A bill eliminating local black be completed in the near future. ^actl .... , . , . . ,, outs of home games "does not A spokesman in the office of a, .mduded along with Halls . S* deal with blackouts.” Rozelle State Highway Commission en said. "It is an effort to pre- gineer Clint Venable said he scribe by statute which NFL j was unaware of such a plan to in what I secure the motel property. "If I become autocratic I him by the 10 administrators bp sa’d ‘Jn an autocratic who run the physical plant of organization you obtain the Harvard on a $40 million plus minimum amount of work. You must believe that people are Each administrator’s letter is sood and ,ha*- they wan to work. $63,000 Pact Given B. Martin By EARL GERHEIM Associated Press Sports Writer Manager Billy Martin couldn't ask for much more ex cept for his Detroit Tigers to win the American League pen nant and the World Series. Martin, whose Tigers clinched the AL East flag with a 3 1 victory over Boston Tues day—ending a tense division pennant scramble—had his con tract, reportedly worth $65.000 and due to expire afterihe 1073 season, extended Wednesday for one year. Boston Manager Eddie Kas ko. who had been on the way out before his faltering Red Sox unleashed a late season charge and finished just one half game behind Detroit, was rehired for two years with a $10.000 in crease, boosting his salary to $60.000. Announcement of the two contracts was made just before Boston defeated Detroit 4 1 Wednesday in their final game ol the year. Also on Wednesday Min nesota. which secured third place in the AL West by crush mg the Chicago White Sox 14 2, gave Manager Frank Quilici a contract for the 1973 season, and the Cleveland Indians re hired Ken Aspromonte for at least two more seasons. Martin, who earlier had re jected a one year extension, iat er changed his mind and said: “I got the money 1 wanted, so I'm very happy. It was ei ther a longer term or more money. I got the money.” Kasko’s job appeared shaky before the Red Sox rallied after the All-Star break and charged into first place, a position they ultimately lost to Detroit. “I’m real pleased with the contract and very pleased with the way our ball club came on in the last couple of months,"j Kasko said. “It was enlight emng the way we came on and I foresee a bright future.” Red Sox Owner Tom Yavvkey praised the team's perform ance, adding, "naturalh. you hate to lose. But we showed plenty. I think we have a lot to look forward to in the future. Terms of Quilici’s one-year contract were not announced but his salary was believed to be about $30.000. He led the Twins to a 41 43 record after replacing Bill Rigney on July 6 and is the fifth manager in six years to work under Owner Calvin Griffith. “There should be some changes made as far as personnel is concerned,” said Quilici. “We can't be content with the kind of pitching we have. We have to be concerned with de fense.” He said he felt the Twins could have done better if Tony Oliva. 1971 batting champion, and pitcher Jim Kaat had not been sidelined with injuries. Quilici said he is seeking an improvement “in our thinking, as far as dedication and dis eipline on the club are con cerned.” • j Although the Indians finished below .500 for the fourth con secutive season with a 72 84 record, they posted 12 more victories than in 1971 while fin-, ishing fifth in the AL East. The club refused to reveal fi | nancial terms of Aspromnote's contract, but said it was a “multi-year contract.” Martin received a two-year contract when he joined the Ti Steelers Stopped Him Savers spoke of his off days, too. He noted that in 1967 against the Pittsburgh Steelers-, he gained just 12 yards in 15 carries. Sayers didn’t think Douglass was quick enough or agile enough to play halfback. He explained too that Douglass never called signals at Kansas U. His coach Popper Rogers had that responsibility. Consequently some of Bobby’s knowledge about the game was lacking when he joined the Bears. How does Sayers rate the Central Division of the National League? He commented about— MINNESOTA: “They’re the class of the division. The Vikings have lost two of their first three games against tough opposition (Washington and Miami). DETROIT: sively.” “They’re strong offensively but weak defen GREEN BAY: “They’re the darkhorse in our division. The Parkers are raterf 10 point favorites over the Bears Sunday in Green Bay but that doesn't mean anything when these two old rivals clash.” CHICAGO: “We miss six starters. They are George Seals, Jack Concannon. Lionel Antoine, Joe Moore. Dick Gordon and Bill Staley. . . Abe Gibron is a fine coach but lacks the horses.” Sayers believes Gihron and the Bears will stick with Douglass at quarterback as long as there’s a chance to win the division crown. Then Chicago will use John Huarte, Notre Dame’s much traveled quarterback. Sayers asserts Joe Namath is the best quarterback in the game today. He rated Sonny Jurgensen of the Redskins next. Three Premier Teams Kelsev McDaniel, in charge of (he Crawfordsville District which includes Terre Haute, termed the rumor “way out in left field.” “We are hoping to get a sec ond interchange for Terre Haute someday, like in the area of 25th or Fruitridge and this will happen when the planning and money are right. But this rumor is strictly way out in left field.” McDaniel said. Marathon Oil Company re cently announced plans for a LEWISTON, Maine (AP) Bates College, New England’s game must be telecast losingest football team, *s area on what occasions.” thirsting for the taste of victo- Rozelle. accompanied by r>’- ¡three NFL team executives, “This isn’t a hopeless siuta was joined in opposing the tion. Just about every time we measure by Walter Kennedy, go out on the field, we feel we National Basketball Association can win.” says Coach Robert commissioner; Robert Carlson. Hatch, whose Bobcats have lost their last 23 games. “It’s all psychological right now,” says co captain Ira Waldman. “What we need is just that one victory. It will solve a lot of problems.” Waldman, an offensive end, was a freshman in 1969 when Bates overcame a 21-0 first quarter deficit and beat Trinity 26-21 for its last victory. Bates 20 7 loss last Saturday to Tufts broke a New England record for consecutive defeats. The NCAA major college record in 28 shared by Kansas State and Virginia. Hie college division mark is 38. by St. Paul’s of Virginia. “We’re perennial underdogs because of our size,” says Hatch. With an enrollment of slightly more than 1,200. Bates is a lib eral arts college with high aca American Basketball Associ demjc standards and offers no ation president, and Don Ruck, athletic scholarships or prefer- vice president of the National ential treatment. Hockey League. “Wre take quite a hit of rib Two witnesses, both ioenti bing, but most of the guys fying themselves as football Butter steady; wholesale sell learn to take it in stride.” said fans, supported the hill that ing prices Thursday un- deP*cted 'n co captain Steve Eldridge. “We would allow home games to he changed: 93 score AA 70 70%; go out and have fun and play, televised locally if they are sold 92 A 70 7%; B unquodte. It isn’t all that earth-shattering out 48 hours before the contest Eggs; issued only on Wednes if you lose a game. I is to begin. The three-day hearing ends today with several witnesses, including Raseball Commission er Bowie Ku’in; Dean Burch, Federal Communications Com mission chairman: . Roone Arledge, president of ABC Sport should the president wish de 'n building a team in which tails. Each letter consists of each member feels he makes a four parts: critica indicators, contribution and is recognized critical milestones, future im f°r Hall believes you never pact and opportunities. ,spt down the rules from above. The first of these, critical in Instead, the team members, dicators, “tells whether the boss included, talk until they patient is healthv or ill,” said »'each a consensus, and then all Hall in an interview. “If the sit* become committed to it. uation doesn’t look good we in , bi so doing, the boss doesn’t vestigate further.” abdicate his role as leader. Inin "the personnel department, stead, he assumes “I will never for example. an unusual know as much about your job turnover of emploves would be as you do In a sense. Hall be- a s i g n a 1 for investigation. In Heves. you must be convinced food services, if the manhours that “I work for you, you don’t needed to serve 100 meals rose work for mp.” from its present 20 there would And to give credence to your be explaining to do. creed, you must be willinf to lestones are the permit members of your team tracking’ Csystems that break to over your head to your ... , r 11 crpnpr^ I nhipetives into their boss, should they feel that ts at the southeast corner of 41 Renerai oojetuves iruo incu *.u- and Margaret Ave specific subparts and plot them the most direct route to the The state commission has also on a calendar. If the indicatoi overall objectives, approved a driveway permit;’a^Si action is indicated, from the highway near the future impact is a list of a in Robert Hall store. The plan was potential problems that might submitted by a group propos force.a change in t.he admtnis ing a motel restaurant complex,1 r a 1 ‘ v e management plan, just north of the interstate on which 1S madp pachL year,fn'' the west side of 4!. Sources thp current year but which indicate the proposal includes a tr'PS also to take an additional Howard Johnson motel. PETE ROZELLE Waldman says male students are generally sympathetic to the team's plight. “Girls, on the other hand,” he said, “would rather see Bates win prominence by set ting a national losing streak. ‘ ‘ Before last Saturday’s MARKET REPORTS CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) USD A) — day and Friday. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (AP USDA) —Hogs 1.800; barrows and gilts mostly 25 higher; trading moderately active; 12 200 240 lb 29.50 29.75, 45 head ministrators," said NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX WITH TH* WILL ANNEXED four vpar r>ppk into the future stale "f InfUana- County of Vigo, u tour year peek inio me miuie. )n (h(> Vigo amj.( Cmjrt( Problta ^ The section on opportunities vision». 1972 . »r. /v«/v/Miror(o in 1" the matter of the estate of Roy Elis included to encouiage in mnre Hj)dum leased No. 28726. novation and creative thinking notice oe inMiMvr ration It might include, for example. STh,'« SVVoT a suggestion that the university seize a buying opportunity be dum. deceased f-ro Qn ovnprtpH nrire in A,! Persons having claim« again*! said tore an expectea price in MU|e whether m. n0, rtuP muBt {IU th# Crease. same in said court within lix month* from er*u „ „1- ...Woce. „..onrpcc is date of the first publication of this bo- The goals whose pi O^I ( SS I. fjCp or sajd (Uaim« will be forever barred the monthly report Dated at Terre Haute, Indiana, this 3rd , 11 l j r a i„ of October. 1972 have all been defined prior to leland larrison . thp beginning of the vear, -fol Clerk of 'he Vigo Circuit Court, xne oegmniriK m me yc«i. Vigo County. Indiana lowing long negotiations. OP Everett and Everett, Attorneys tween Hall and the adminis State of Indiana, County of Vigo, ts traitors. The monthly letter and ST“ PM"“ weeklv conferences are the fol In the matter of estate of Mildred M. Morris, deceased Estate No. 2*063 lowup. NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS “ whrn thp nrpsident reads interested in the estate wncn tne pie^umi « > 0F MILDREn M MO rris mv two page summary or tne In the matter of the Estate of Mildred individual letters from the ad *.«. Hall, he First National Bank as Administrator with doing Wi” Annexef1 th* above named esUte, Miami, Minnesota super bowl favorites. and the Jets were Sayers picks as Wearing a red turtle neck shirt with a handsome dark blue sujt, Sayers explained about his retirement. “One game is probably not enough to make tip your mind but I decided I would make a decision after the Bears played the St. Louis Cardinals in an exhibition. I asked myself: “Can you do it (keep playing)? “I really haven’t played much in the past two seasons— just four games. “When 1 played against the Cardinals in St. Louis and fumbled twice and my knee ached when I hit the artificial turf, I knew my career was over. Knees Were Gone “It wasn't the fumbles . . . but I knew my knee couldn’t take the pounding. “I walked over to the sidelines and told Abe (Gibron) I was retiring. I hated to do it.” Sayers will keep busy. He's authored two bonks and will do color for CBS games the remainder of the season. game, for example, you’d hear girls saying ‘don’t beat Tufts. Get the New England record.” The Bobcats losing streak be gan after the best years in Bates football history. “The only time that Bates has ever put together four con secutive winning seasons was 1965 68 said Hatch. “We went on to won the first three games in 1969. But. of course, ! it’s all been downhill since.” John A Schneider oresident of 30.00; 1 3 200 260 lh 29.25 29.65; knows just what we are doing. has present«! and filedi its final account jonn A. .Ncnneioer. OI r ,Q « , Up ¡s an expert for two hours in final settlement of said estate, and that anQ Da - 3 ¿40 ¿75 In ¿8.7o ¿9.25. a few r,e the same will come up for tJie examina CBS Broadcast Grom. ___ — , . ,, vid Foster, president of the Na uneven, mostly steady; 1-3 320 monthly. ...... tumnf «tjon* Ctm« Oowt. tional Cable Television Associ 400 lb 26.25 27.25; 1-3 400 600 lb Because ie is u mber. 1972 , at which time all persona ui* “>5 75 26 25 sponsible for the university s terested in said estate are required to ap * , , , ■ _ .i,u„ nvnciHmii P**3'- in »aid <*ourt and show cause, If «ay supporters of Cattle 150; calves none; sup well-being. tne pre. m there be, why said account should not be . nlv mnkl enutc clancrhtor doors might bounce Up to IT1V Office approved And the heirs of said decedent With ply most cows, Slaughter steers iingm and all others interested are also required the next day to discuss mat f0 appear and make proof of their h��ir- Ht ions Inc. Front Four Under Pressure “We think the this bill are operating some . . . significant mi scon and heifers scarce; cows ceptions as to the predictable steady; cows utility and com effects of this bill and as to the mercial 24.50 26.50. few head circumstances existing in this 26.75; cutter 23.00 25.00. particular form of entertain- Sheep 100; slaughter lambs 50 ment,” Rozelle testified. lower; slaughter ewes steady; “The fact is that there are wooled slaughter lambs few S(ate of Induuia, county of vi*o. as: onlv a limited number of NFL choice and prime 85-100 lb in the Vigo circuit Court, Probate Di- cities where Tickets are no 28.50 one lot choice 75 lb 27 75: W’SSr-«- - « lh. - a»H- longer obtainable. In most slaughter ewes cudl and utility Metcalfe, deceased *,| PERSONS Sedden, deceased No. 28727 NFL 8.00 10.00. INTER F.STET) IN THE ESTATf .«hip of claim to any part of said estate TERRE HAITTE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Personal Representative. C. JOSEPH ANDERSON. Judge of Vigo Circuit Court Bert F. Wood, Attorney for Estate NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX State of Indiana, County of Vigo, a»: In the Vigo Circuit Court fProbate IH NFL cities, tickets tor VM. 8 00 10.00. INTERESTED IN the ESTATE NOTICE OF ADMIMSTTUTgN games are available to the pub of ethel m p^'TtV'oi^Fthei M ',ichenor was on the 4th day of October. Tic up U, the time of kickoff,” INDIANA HOG SUMMARY X'T^fSSS^JSF^L he said. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (AP Not ice IS hereby 1above named AU !>Prsons having claims against said “Fifty-two NFL games in the USDA) - The Indiana hog SSS“hM Pantedi and Hied 1971 sca-rni were nol sellouts. " market at 70 yards and plants. SSTii» “U"'i*.SIS bM DALLAS (AP) - The burden 110 saidv Th('re are 192 regular ■'Kvludmg Indianapolis: "‘mv,,?»*’»nT «“«•• •"*«">• - «* season games. Butchers, demand good; 131h dav of October. 1972 . at which time da-v larrison “Only five, including the Su pnces fuliv steady; 12 200 230 all person« interested in.«airl ”latp arp Clerk of the Vigo Circuit Caurt. Rnwl of eight post seasoni ^ 29.00 29 . 25 . 2110 230 »> ^ Allen watched films of the 01,1 ' , ^ 1 Sf !• ' 28.50 29.00, mostly 28.75 . 230 250 *a°J' d^,”deDet aand a'n others interested State of Indiana, County of Vigo, ts: "And. m no case din tine punlic lh 28.25 28.75. Sow'S Steady; 300- are also required to appear and make proof In the Vigo Circuit Court, Probats Dt- the possibility of lo inn IK oc no oc os. faxt, 1« oc 7S Ol their heirship or claim to any part o vision^ Term 1972 By DENNE H. FREEM AN DALLAS (AP) — The burd | will be on the Dallas Cowboys front four Sunday. Cowboy assistant onach Er ' ma Pittsburgh Steelers and told de . . A fensive cnarh Ernie Stautner: anUopate the .»ssib mv m 10 400 lb 25.M-28.25. a few to 26.75; ••The pressure is on. You've «»TV and many nf these were lnn m24 oo.25.50 , pot to whin 'em un front with avhneverl by tirket -ales taking Estimated receipts 12.000; < . ioseph »ndebson, 1^ [>!»« “•* U. mom.* of week , 2 . 300 : year ago fig* . ___________ Allen, who times the release C,, KTC,. , u 11.400; week to date 52,200. lastLrIG0 ¿55 S ty school corporation of every quarterback in the na Thp NFL commissioner said wppk 57 80O; last year 50.400 . Not.ce u hereby ^v« that j In the matter of estate of Annts S. Farn- sell, receased Estate No. 27994 NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ANNIS S. FERNSELL In the matter of the Estate of Annis S. Savers didn’t like Butkus’ book, “Stop Actions,” where the Detroit I,ions, coaches and management were called “jerks.” “Dick is a bigger man than that,” said Sayers. The Lions were up for Chicago and won 38-12 last Sunday. Gale Miffed “You can’t call a person names,” said Sayers. “I remember when Andy Livington and I played for the Bears against the Minnesota Vikings. Their coarh, Norm Van Btocklin, said Livington had more potential and I was just a flash in the pan. “I scored four touchdowns that day,” smiled Sayers. “Why don’t the Bears trade for a quarterback? Sayers replied that most of ers. “He was their best running hack.” Bears' Spirit Sayers drew an unintentional laugh when he commented about the Bears’ spirit. “Abe has the players believing in themselves. They must give 110 per cent effort to win. “The game with Green Bay is a big one. If we look had. it could break the younger players’ spirit. The old players are used to losing.” Sayers frequently used thp word “believ e." “The Jets will he tough because they believe in Namath.’’ he said. CHICAGO (AP) PEN- tiona! Football League, said a £n'y mne leams thp Cincinnati ., f„m study of Steelpr P. - fcGGS Terry Bradshaw shows he has * J , r. . ^ — * a faster release then celebrated !^!n^S’T1, WD. j i . patfirc F^gs steady; wholesale buying Joe Namath of the New York Xork J^s‘ b * ! n#n prices Thursday u^hansed to 1 Washington Redskins and Den-' Steelers ver Broncos—are sold out for their remaining games of the in Irving. 1 1972 season. TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA OCTOBER 3. 1972 NOTICE TO BIDDERS RIDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF GENERAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT FOR THF . Jama« Luna- forri as Administrator of the above um«f (»state, has presented and filed his flaa! account in final setUement of said m- tate. and that the same will come up for Circuit Court. Probate Division, on tha c-u^ni c the p*amination and action of said Vigo VIGO COUNTV SCHOOLS Circuit Court, Probate Division on tne Jets. The Cowboys and meet Sundav at Texas Stadium . , iu. Vion V/UUi 1» i I OUftlc i/Iv ision Oil IJ1W Notice is hereby given that the . go 2jst dav ^ October, 1972. at which time County Sc hool Corporation will raj 01 e a)| pgrso,,* interested in said estate are low'er; large whites 32: me sealed bids up to 4 on P, LSI. on required to appear in said court and show , 9Q ..„ndurHc -X)• /.hpc‘lf<; October 23', ttlI cause- if anx there be* whV said account □ illIT1S 28, standards 29, cntCK. general furniture and equipment tor the sjlou|fj no^ approved. And the heirs of 141,, Vigo County Schools at the Administra- sajd decedent and all others interested tion Building. H67 Walnut Street. Terre are a|gn reqUired to appear and make Haute. Indiana. proof of their heirship or claim to any Bids shall conform fully to specitica-, pald 0f sajd esta{e. tioas on file in the office of the Assistant JAMES LUNSFORD. CHICAGO (UFJI) Wheat, corn Controller at the Vigo County School Ad- Personal Representative. u.L with the New England Patriots , L an(. wprp m ; x { a at ministration Building^ C. JOSEPH ANDERSON, ne s tnej » ,, and SOyDeans weie in x u ai Bjds sha|| ^ submitted on Indiana Judge of Vigo Circuit Court. wnilt d lUin It dill. uie a- rnKjixiorning today on the Board State Board ol Accounts Form No. 95 Beecher and Kite, Attorneys for Estate ithhold , ' with the non-collusion affidavit executed _______ Bradshaw The Broncos still have 600 CHICAGO GRAIN in tickets available for their garnie “Not only does have t he quickest release professional football, most aggressive quarterback ^fp,lea. , I’ve ever seen.” Allen said. ^ •' Chiefs, normally w “He has a strong arm and the a /ma!I number of tickets fori prices at 10;35 a m . guts of a burglar. We can’t al Isa*e ^ ay o; ie ^aJne- Wheat Dec 2 . 07'/2 unch; Mar ! low’ him anv time to throw.” Robin Ficker of a mv er, 209^4 up V 2 ; May 2.06 >-a up ,/n. mentified „____ of Trade. In state bidders must submit a bid bond Indiana, County of Vigo, as: and out-of-state bidders must submit a In the Superior Court of Vigo County certified check in an amount not less ™ vrnr-rvi* than ten per cent (llK*) of the total r”ojVlAS D. LI1TLE and VIRGINIA amount bid. Coach Tom Co who vs said Corn Dec He thought the Kansas City Chiefs had as good or better personnel as anybody in foot- (that the hall hut couldn’t win the big ones. Landry of the sPrinS. ^d- who _ . Bradshaw has :ilmsel as president of a Red- ]A],h perhaps the best notential of s^,ns ^an ehin. said the .Skins 'anv voung quarterback in the ^4.000 season tickets are pu. NPL chased by only 13,369 persons i “Hi« arm is quicker than n„r r<)'’'Pnra,|on^- j Namath’s and he has great run dicker said of the Washington ; ning ability.” Landry said. team- “Therp ,s a I "His running ahilitv concerns 1 thousands eve 1 though onl.v me. We’ve got, to stop him from 23 season tlckpt holders turned 'doing that” down the chance to renew last I^andry insisted Wednesday >pa!- Cowbovs were prog bicker asked the subcom ressing well despite a 16 13 loss m,Ltpp 1/1 ampnd !'hp b,M 10 aI t , to Green Rav last Sundav. low no one t0 Purchase more 1.35V4 unch; Mar a; May 1.44V4—off Soybeans Nov. 3.41% up 1; Jan 3.45% up Va; Mar 3.50% up Va. ISU CHEMISTRY SEMINARS SET Thp Indiana Statp University pppartmpnt of Chemistry apon The successful bidder will be required to furnish a supply bond covering one hundred per cenf flOfKr) of the total amount bid Said Board of School Trusiees reset ' es the right to accept or reject all or any part of any bid or bids presented, or reject all bids. Dated this fifth day of Octobei. 1972. VIGO COUNTS SCHOOL CORPORATION By PF.TFR S FARMF7R President Vttest WM J. LLEWELLYN, Secretary ATTENTION BUILDERS VND DEVELOPERS D. LITTLE and _____ LITTLE. Plaintiffs, vs NELLIE TER RELL. WILLIAM TERRELL. The re spertive unknown surviving spouse* of path, and all who may now be deceased of the persons above-named, and Also, the respective unknown husbands, wives, widowers, widows, spouses, heirs, devisees. legatees, children, decedents, executors, administrators, successors, assigns, receivers, lessees, partner* and or grantees of each and every OR* of said above-named person, and each and every person, firm or corporation whomsoever claiming by. through er under any or some of them, the names of each who are unknown to plaintiffs. Defendants CAUSE NO S2-72-823 SUMMONS THE STATE OF INDIANA TO Dt It’s “kinda ridiculous” for r.han two season tickets “until gers two years ago and it was the Chicago trading bait was extended through the 1973 sea son last year. “Because so much has been said about tihe contract,” Martin said. “It’s been difficult for me to negotiate.” Kasko. a former major league infielder, began as a manager in the Red Sox’ farm system in 1967 and .joined Bos ton when Dick Williams was fired after the 1969 season. While the Red Sox'were sput i tering through the first naif of the season, Darrell Johnson, manager of Boston’s leading farm club, Louisville of the In i ternationa lLeague. was considered as Kasko’s replacement. • in its fine linebackers — Butkus, Ross Brukbaeher and Doug Buffone — and Butkus’ value had declined with his knee operation. Asked about Coach Dan Devine and the Packers’ internal problems, Sayers answered: “I suppose Devine has some ideas that he brought with him from his college coaching days that some of the piayyers don't like." The Cowboys will miss Duane Thomas, thought Say- Mike McCormick was master of ceremonies. "Tell 'em why you’re wife couldn't at tend." said McCormick. “We have a six-year-old daughter and a three-vear-old son.” voiced Sayers, “and ray wife was expected to have our third child Tuesday.” Sincere, Candid Sayers captivated the audience with his style. He’s not loud or boisterous hut speaks candidlv. high the Super Bowl.” sors a chemistry seminar — — _ __ ii. u;t« ,„i,„„i ;e cac You are invited to participate in the FENDANTS, Nellie Terrell. William Ter- weekiy wnne scnooi IS in srs- -'Tumgpv" method of construction of reu, the respective unknown surviving tow-rent elderly housing units for the spouses of each, and all who may now ,u_ Sullivan Indiana Housing Authority. be deceased of the persons above-named. I he punllC is invnen HI an inr proposals are now being considered and. also, the respective unknown hu* Seminars which arp held at 4 lor design and construction of 93 units bands, wives, widowers, widows, spouses, seminars Will til ai e nciu <11 * e|derl* in a hjgh.rtot apartment build- heirs, devisees, legatees, children, de- p.m. Monday in Room 23 Ot tne ,ng cedents, executors, administrator*, *uc- Sciencc Building 6th and Chest Specific requirements are detailed in cessors. assigns, receivers, lessee, part- Mience nuuuing, out dim V nr ^ in a printed |eUpr with attach- ner and or grantees ot each and every nut streets. ments. Copies ma\ be secured at the one of the said above named persons, and Sneakers and thpir tODics for Office of the Sullivan Indiana Housing each and every person, firm or Npedkers ana ini if LOpiL.s tut Authorjt 102 Easl Washington street, tion whomsoever claiming by. through October and November are Dr. Sullivan, Indiana. 47882. on September or under any or some of them, the name* , ui i iq i Q 7 o of each of whom are unknown to plain- J. 1 \ardley, tunable laser Enr -Ba,.h pnnv n( lhp mformation tiffs, whose whereabouts are unknown. by the persons (Ant 1R- Ctniia Yfn.xro I WlU) tne Autnoriiy. ueposiis Will oe 1 C- "r-"“ ............................— 001111 *tat*f, the transfer, Oct. 16, sieve Moore, funded onJy t0 those developers who sub- ab0);0 nf ,h„ ,llit vfM1 blackouts in competition with j the chloroplast: an ener8y ,,?i,t * P^sa) or ^0 patduirnon,hPycotd’e ihai of quieting title to a certain tract of the sale of tickets to the ‘live’ transducer, Oct. 23. and Rich b4ingpadate *’ ‘ ^^^wi?^tadfflg“JS5SS ard Clark, the association of Proposals shall jn no^way^be w«;|S f0K: * Lot Number Three hundred twalv* “everybody saying you are everyone who wants two season had" uist because of the first.t.iokets .ias them * loss ip 14 regular spusop or Ruck sjjiQ the N U L has cx plavoff games.” Landry said, perimented with lifting black “We’d like to be sensational nu.V?v°^ *oca^ ^afDes. everv week hut we’re mentally ? canno[ sa> 10 :V,H1 1 a , diM 0f molecular energy racket TdMMttof «.ofMrtulir Placid You have been sued by the tired because we’ve set such a "e P dp^ln,tnp answe s,.a |,onc(o, n#»t 1 R SUav« Yfnnrp 'with Authority. Deposits will be re- ^a,??od “P|aintiffl" in the court 8 level of performance off to the impact of hftin8 GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -performance.” he said, “hut we!«» »dered .. competitive b.ds: each shall Luke Jackson, an eight-year can report tfhat the results to. maionaiaenyae wun rat uver be evaluated on its individual ment*. veteran with the Philadelphia date have shown a general pat- mitochondrial membrane, Oct. The ^Sullivan Uliana »eou^n%(^ph1on‘>: 76ers of the National Basketball:tern of loss of gate receipts.” 30. request modification of any proposal Association, announced his re Sen. John 0. Pasture. OR.!.. .Also. Ronald Wine, .¿KC tiremeut Wednesday night. co sponsor of the bill and chair- cnemistry. Nov. 6; William tive action program and comply with Jackson haa appeared in man of the subcommittee, said French, detection and determi-'«^0^^, Hm,s'nE *n<1 1 rban eight preseason exhibition President Nixon has endorsed nation of chemical constituents closing datp for acceptanc« of pro- _ _ aames with the Carolina Cm, the Ml and wanls to see it in (hr Wabash R.ver. Nov. »; 'SSSJ’&ZS. gf% 8TJS gars of the American Basket passed before Congress ad David Pagiughi, metalloid re October 2 «. 1972 <n wa* previously Octob faj| ff) do so. judgment by default may He smoked a six inch long ball Association. Mourns. actions: catalysis and inhibi- •Jndrt 9 /S/ 72 ).thNolnio mand^ ^SnpUiaf" ^ ^ rtuar hpfnre hie cnccch and Jackson indicated his imme "I 11 tell you how serious this; tion through doping, Nov. 27. poeals will be accepted after that tune October 3, 1972 obviously eniovs looking for diate plaiU invo,ved a coaching has become,” Pagtore said, and Paul Catt, chemistry of “*■«'‘SZjTsfreeL* °n J c5kNJ th^Rsu!S.« court ot y .1 . s looking ior oosition in his native San Mar-¡“This has become a national, rare gas compounds: prepara i suBivan, indiaiia 47M2 viao county No Two ward to the future >* __J ___ . __rx. J i Telephone Area Code 812-268-46001 Rpsenfeld, Wolfe ami Frev, Attornaya wuiu IU luiuie. irn. Tar Jc.lalS. tion and reaction. Dec. 4. | Richard Heller, Executtva Directorfor PlamtiH. y 1312 » in Krumbhaar Place Land Company's Second Subdivision, being a subdivision of Blocks 3, 4, 7, 8. 11, 12, 15. 16, 19, 20 and 22 in Krumbhaar Place, a subdivision of part of th* Southwest quarter of Section Thirty three (33). Township Twelve < 12> North of Range Nine <9* West, in the City of Terre Haute. Indiana You must respond to this complaint tion and reaction. Dec. 4. I

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