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   Tipton Tribune (Newspaper) - October 22, 1969, Tipton, Indiana                                PAGE 6 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Mike McCoy Midwest Lineman Of The Week WEDNESS ; TurER 22, 1969 Ind iana U Sports  Farac/e Did Bobby Hull Retire From Hockey's Black By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer ; NEW. YORK (UPI)- Joe Na-math never is going to believe this, but guess . what Bobby Hull's "retirement"., boils down to? Principle.      Not money, you understand, Cross Country LA PORTE, Ind. (UPI)- calu-m et won the 7th annual LaPorte High School invitational cross country meet Tuesday and Gary Schroeder of Michigan City took individual honors; Schroeder covered the distance in 9:37.5 to finish ahead of Bob Bowman, Gary Emerson, and Tim Zumbaugh,  Fort Wayne North.      . * Calumet compiled 69 points, followed by Chesterton 95, Michigan City 139, Hobart.159, and defending state champ Fort Wayne 'North 178. It�-sl rookii' MII.WAl KIT. (I I'l) - Tony, kiilirk. former \fu 'l nrk Van-kii- iiiliilclir-Diilfirldir. ivas lln-\iniriraii l.i-a^in-".- nuikii* of tin-yar in I'I'iT.   Kuli<-k. imw r<- -liri-il.  i.-  a Mirri-....|'iil  liasi-liall ' I.lit a.-lir. but. principle. That's right] the same thing Joe Namath ''retired" for last June. Bobby Hull, . th?~~ Chicago Black Hawks superstar, is 30 and has played with them 12 seasons. Most people figure he's the No. 1 performer in the National Hockey League arid he went out and-proved it j last season' by setting a record,with 58 goals. ; Hull has a four-year contract that has three years to go but, if you go by all you hear, he isn't planning to play for jhem any more because he j announced, his retirement from hockey last week. j Misses Five Games j He has missed the first; five games this season and! the Hawks have lost all five,! you can figure out what kind of crisis this has created.    ! And that's where the principle comes in. . j Let's., go. back one year. Flashback, ;they call it in; the movies. j Bobby Hull, has missedi the opener and now it's a Sunday, time for the second game of the season against the Rangers at home and Hull, who is in Chicago,, is asked to visitj the business office of William Wirtz, president of the clubj This is the afternoon and the cmiUHfi ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY  T The world's a warmer place in Towncraft jackets CORDUROY RANCHER jacket with acetate ' backed Orionr acrylic pile lining, deep pile collar, hip length styling. AH cotton  corduroy. Coffee, stone green, stone gold, stone gray, cream. S, M, L, XL. 19.98 QUILTED PARKA of reversible nylon taf--.   feta quilled lo Dacron" "88" polyester. Feotures a vertical collar, drop-in hood. Reverses  to 100% nylon taffeta. Handsome large box quill!   15.98 If you like it. .. charge it! ��r-� MGN-THUJR 9:00-- 5:30 OPEN       FRI-SAT.    9:00-9:00 two men talk and talk. They talk in terms of $100,000 a year for four years and both agree to that, but then. Hull talks about something that is almost as important to him as the money.. Fringe . benefits. Oh, those fringe benefits! Finally, Wirtz and Hull agree on those but would you believe it, they run out of paper to write them down on. So they get' a piece of plain foolscap and carefully list the. fringe benefits one by one. Haywood Nets 22; In Indy Tonight By United Press International Despite Spencer Haywood living up to his advance notices] the Denver Rockets are off to a sputtering start in the American Basketball Association. Haywood, signed by the Rockets as a "hardship" case despite his having two years of college eligibility remaining, led Denver in scoring and rebounding for the second straight game Tuesday night, but the Rockets still suffered their, second loss. ' Dallas placed all five of its' starters in double figures to offset a 22-point, 26-rebound performance by Haywood as the Chaps defeated the Rockets, 120-108. Glen Combs led the Chaps in scoring with 25 points, followed SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)-Mike McCoy, along.with size, strength^ speed and the ability to play football, also has .humility. The latter trait was displayed when he learned he had been named UPI Midwest Lineman of the week for his stellar performance in Notre Dame's 14-14 tie with Southern California Saturday. "Being lineman of the week is a real honor," he said, "but I want to share it with 10 other men. On defense no one man can do it all by himself, and. don't forget we have six sophomores starting." . McCoy, though, was the. key man in the. Irish defense, and the one Trojan coach John McKay- spotlighted in his game plan. "They have that McCoy in the line," he said, "and I don't know what-to do about him except run at him." After the game, McKay conceded he was right. "I'll be glad when that fellow graduates," he said. ."Nothing will make me happier. We could find a replacement � for O.J. Simpson, but. I don't think' anybody could find a replacement for McCoy." by Manny Leaks with 22, John Beasley with 21, Cincy Powell with 19 "and Ron Boone with 17. . In the only other ABA games, Kentucky beat Washington, 127- .115, and Los Angeles whipped :New Orleans, 119-99. Darel Carrier scored 33 points and teammate Gene Moore added 29 as the Colonels beat the Caps and evened their record at 1-1. Rick Barry was high scorer for. Washington with 20 points but fouled out with 3:22 left to play. Larry Miller got the Stars off to a quick start with 14 points in the first quarter and finished with 28 as Los Angeles raised its record to 3-1. Jimmy Jones paced the Bucs' attack, with 29. points.        .,' McCoy's most notable achievement in the game came when he poured through the line to block a Southern Cali-.fornia punt arid set up- Notre Dame's recovery of the football on the Trojan seven and make the path' easy for the tying touchdown. But McCoy wouldn't take full. responsibility for the blocked punt either. "There are" three sophomores in the line with me," the 274-pound tackle said, "and because they did their jobs well | along with others on the punt formation, I was able to get loose. It clearly was a team effort."  . : � . Print's play-them-one-at-a-time philosophy has been paying dividends since IU is at the top of the BIG Ten standings in a tie with Ohio State and Northwestern at 2-0. The Hoosier coach adopted the  new. outlook along with a rushing' offense and a policy which throws every starting position'open to the "best players" after two straight losses to non-conference foes California and Colorado. Pont told the Indianapolis Downtown  Quarterback Club luncheon, "I'm not concerned with what happens to the rest .of the Big Ten. I'm worried about Wisconsin 'this week." He said Wisconsin has chang- ed.."They, now have skill in the. backfield on. offense. They also have the'big line to go with it," Pont explained. At Wisconsin, IU also will play on Tartan Turf, a fact which doesn't-seem. to worry Pont. "We. will workout on the Indiana practice field and in the. mud. But the time, the playersi get to the fast track (Tartan Turf), they'll all think they're blazers," he quipped. .  The. Hoosiers are again to put the. new rushing game to use against the Badgers. Pont credited ' part of the Indiana success in the;first two conference encounters to the ground game. v "Indiana" has finally arrived," Pont said. "We now have a complete football team.. With the rushing potential, we'll be -able to throw the ball." He .said  the  switch  was' prompted because "scoring had become too easy." The^Hoosier North Dakota State � \ �   � � Continues In First Leads In Offense NEW YORK (UPI)-North . Dakota State continues to move steadily   toward   the   small, college football title. The unbeaten Bison, now 6-0, were named the nation's No. 1 small college team for the fifth consecutive week today in balloting by the 35-member United Press International Board of Coaches. North Dakota State; received 24 first place votes and 327 points to easily outdistance Texas' A&I and Montana, which held on to the No. 2 and No. 3 rankings. Troy State  took undisputed possession of fourth place, moving ahead of Humboldt State. The remainder of the top 10 remained intact with Arkansas State, Alcorn A&M, Delaware, New Mexico. Highlands  and Indiana (Pa.), in that order. ." Five coaches from- each of: the seven geographical, areas of; the nation . comprise.-the UPI ratings board. Each -week they select the top 10 small college teams in the nation, with: points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis on vote from first through 10th.: NEW YORK (UPI)-Purdue's Mike Phipps.; maintained his lead this" week in total offense, according to weekly: statistics compiled by the National Collegiate Sports Services. In five games' Phipps has gained 1,547 yards.in\221 plays in both passing and rushing. John Reaves of Florida is second' with. .1,433 'yards in . 185 plays. - coach said the players "had lost their edge" and a shakeup wasi necessary. "We did gamble against Minnesota by running against one of the better defenses in the conference. The gamble was not as big as some people thought;" he explained. "The coaches believed in the players," Pont added. At times the Indiana offense appeared to sputter in the first half against Illinois Saturday, but Pont pinned the blame on Illini coach Jim Valek for "coaching too well. We had to change our offense against his 'monster' defense." . Pont interjected praise ' for both offense and defense in Saturday's play. He added he was also proud of the competitive spirit showed by the players . in. battling for the.. wide -open starting berths. "Every man is giving 100 per cent all-the time," he said. RACING By United Press International '..Dilettante, after opening an early lead of six. lengths, coasted to a 3'/2 length victory .Tuesday in the $9,500 feature race at Aqueduct. DiHetante, ridden by Angel Cordero Jr., covered the $ 1-16 mile course in 1:43 and paid $8.20, $4,40 and $2.m   .   - Forward Press finished second, l',2 lengths ahead of Taken Aback, the favorite. Forward Press retinyed- /$7,20 and $4.00 arid Taken AJ>ack paid $2.60. Harriers Place 4th LONDON:  Joan Tench, of Foden Ladies soccer team, loses her shorts as well, as this mid-rair tussle for the ball during a match against Westthorn United of Scotlanddies team.  The match * held October 19 was the final of the Ladies' International Knockout Football competition in London. UPI CABLEPHOTO Tipton's harriers ran to . a fourth place finish in the nine-team Western Invitational. It was .the final regular season meet.. Blue Devil runners and their placings jfollow:  Mark Quear (12); Mike Grimme (16); Jim York (22); BillSullivan(24);Mike Harper (32); Tom Floyd (33); Tim Clouser (56). .The teams finished strong in New Athletic Conference  GREENCASTLE-. Ind. (UPI)-Seven high schools have formed a new athletic league the West Central Conference. The new members include three new schools-North Putnam, Owen Galley and South Putnam. The others are' Avo, Nascade, Cloverdale, and Edge-wood. The three new schools were the results of consolidations. ,1 first four placings one point from third. with Tipton School Placings   . Logansport         ; 32 Haworth    . 59 Lafayette Catholic 105 Tipton           �' '.  106! Lafayette 129 i Oak Hill.       '� . 135; Muncie Central (B) ' 160 Eastern 182 Western            .245 : However, Chuck . Hixson of Southern Methodist and Steve Olson of Idaho share the passing leadership, each with 112 completions. Hixsori's percentage is� somewhat higher, -with 184 attempts compared with Olson's 229 for the same number of completions. But Olson has. the edge in yards gamed .with 1,421 compared with 1,243 for Hixson. . Ed Marinaro/of Cornell boomed into the rushing lead with a, remarkable 281-yard performance last Saturday, against Harvard. His total rushing in four games'is 843 yards, making an . awesome 210.8 yards per game average. Jf he continues his pace Marinaro could become .the first major ball carrying champion from the East since 1938, REAL CATCH TO IT - - - By Alan Mover p/V� Of 7X� &�ST /HO fey GOME IN AND HELP CARROLL CELEBRATE HIS 3rd ANNIVERSARY AT HIS NEW STORE 10% - Delta Lea put on a strong stretch drive to capture the $6,500 allowance . feature at Garden State by* a nose to win her first race in 12 oiitirigs. The' 3-year-old filly, ridden by:. Carlos Marquez, was -in the sixth position'for-most of. the. six-furlong sprint but rallied to win in the closing strides ahead  of Lil Puss and Bundle Of Love, . Delta Lea- returned $7.00, $4.40 and $3.00, Lil Puss paid $7.00 and $3.60 and Bundle Of Love paid $2.80. Broad' Shadows   won   the feature Alviso Purse at Bay .Meadows by running the six' furlongs in 1:09 2-5 and paid � $2.80 to win, while Tudorscott captured the feature allowance race at Detroit and paid $3.60 � to win.   . . �" College Ratings NEW YORK (UPI)- The United Press International top 20 small college football teams with first place votes and won-lost-tied record in parentheses (fifth week). . Team . 1. No! Dak. St. (24) (1-0) 2. Texas A&I (5-0) 3. Montana (2) (6-0)4 4. Troy St. (1) (5-0-1) . 5. Humboldt St, (5-0)   . 6.. Ark. St. (X) (3-1) 7. Alcorn A&M (1) (4-0) 8. Delaware (2) (4-1) 9. N.M. Hilnds (4-0-1) 10. Ind. (Pa.) (1) (5-0)   ' 11. Abilene Christ. (5-0) 12. East Tenn. St. (6-0) 13. Akron (5-1) 14. (Tie)" Colo. St. Coll 0) ' : (Tie) Lnoir Ryne (I) (5-0) 16. Louisiana Tech 17. Idano St. (3-2) 18. Tampa 19. Mo.-Rolla (1) (5-0) 20. Florida A&M (3-0) Points 327 280 248 162 160 139 1 130 107 65 :  52 46 42 . 23 (1) (5-20 ' 20 � 17 16 Ul 10 Off On AH Purchases Fri. & MEN'S STORE Sat. Oct, 24 & 25th TIPTON, INDIANA Real Estate For Sale By Owner If you are looking for a good, clean, well-constructed, older home in excellent conditiaa, then consider these features: * 7 room house * Close to Jefferson School * Hot Water Heat * Easily Converted into 2 family dwelling. * Will sell on Monthly Payment Plan with $2,000.00 down. * Close to Downtown * Fireplace * Hardwood Floors * Enclosed Front Porch Are you tired of renting? Would you ljke to use that rent money for buying your own home? Then phone: 675-4150 or 675-6304 - for an appointment. '� Others receiving votes: Portlandi St.,, Sacramento St., Wilkes, .Adams St. Tennessee A&I, Johnson C. Smith, Whitewater Sf.{ Southwest Oklahoma St., Concordia, Ohio Wesleyan, Baldwin-Wallace, Western Carolina, Pacific Lutheran. Hoosier Football By United Press International ^    HIGH SCHOOL Winchester 44 Union City 8 ' Bluffton 2L Norwell 0 Portland 26 Eastbrook 14'   

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