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NOVEMBER 25….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT JAY COUNTY…7:30

NOVEMBER 25….TEC BOYS BASKETBALL: MORRISTOWN AT NORTHEASTERN…7:30

NOVEMBER 26….EARLHAM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. CENTRE…4:00

NOVEMBER 27….SETON GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. CHRISTEL HOUSE…6:00

NOVEMBER 28….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. RUSHVILLE….7:30

NOVEMBER 29…EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. FAIRHAVEN…7:00

DECEMBER 1…RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. NORTH CENTRAL…7:30

DECEMBER 1….TEC BOYS BASKETBALL..NORTHESTERN AT CENTERVILLE…7:30

DECEMBER 2…EARLHAM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ANDERSON 1:00

DECEMBER 2….EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ANDERSON..3:30

DECEMBER 2….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. EAST CENTRAL..7:30

DECEMBER 2….SETON BOYS BASKETBALL VS. PROVIDENCE CR…7:30

DECEMBER 5….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. FRANKLIN COUNTY…7:30

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1917: Owners of three National Hockey Association teams-the Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens and Montreal Wanderers-met in a Montreal hotel room and joined with a fourth club, the Toronto Arenas, to form the N.H.L. The league expanded within several years to include teams in Quebec, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh and New York.

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1976: Chicago Cubs outfielder Rick Monday became a national hero of sorts-and received a bicentennial commendation from President Gerald Ford-when he rescued an American flag that two protesters were attempting to burn in center field at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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NCC/AREA BOYS BASKETBALL THIS WEEK NCC Wednesday, Nov. 22 Harrison (West Lafayette) at Rossville, 7:30 pm Maconaquah at Marion, 8 pm McCutcheon at West Lafayette, 7:30 pm New Palestine at Richmond, 7:30 pm Peru at Logansport, 7:30 pm Warren Central at Indianapolis...

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INDIANA HS GIRLS BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

Angola 42, Garrett 21 Argos 52, Culver 20 Batesville 51, Connersville 40 Beech Grove 72, Indian Creek 57 Bloomfield 71, Shakamak 27 Bluffton 66, New Haven 31 Boone Grove 48, Lake Station 43 Bremen 52, S. Bend Washington 47 Brownsburg 53, Hamilton Southeastern 45...

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INDIANA BOYS HS BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

Adams Central 55, Churubusco 54 Alexandria 79, Anderson Prep Academy 35 Anderson 72, Pendleton Hts. 61 Attica 54, N. White 44 Bedford N. Lawrence 64, Brown Co. 27 Beech Grove 58, Greenfield 48 Benton Central 55, Frontier 32 Blackford 71, Cowan 45 Bloomington South 82,...

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        NBA SCOREBOARD LA Lakers 103 Chicago 94 MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL #3 Kansas 114 Texas Southern 71 #6 Wichita State 80 Marquette 66 #12 Cincinnati 75 Richmond 48 #13 Notre Dame 92 LSU 53 #14 Minnesota 100 Alabama A&M 57 #16 Texas A&M...

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RICHMOND, Ind. - The Indiana University East men's basketball team set a program record with 22 3-point field goals in a 103-91 afternoon home victory against Fisk University on Nov. 21 on Lingle Court. The NAIA Division II No. 9 Red Wolves improved to 7-2. The...

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1950: The Fort Wayne Pistons beat the Minneapolis Lakers, 19-18, in the lowest scoring game in N.B.A. history. The Pistons held the ball to keep it away from the 6-foot-10-inch center George Mikan, the league’s first intimidating big man, who scored 15 points. Four years later, the 24-second shot clock was adopted

2017 – 18 INDIANA HOOSIERS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

October 28         Marian University (exhibition)

November 5       University of Indianapolis (exhibition)

October 10         Indiana State

October 12         Howard

October 15         at Seton Hall

October 19         South Florida

October 22         Arkansas State

October 24         Eastern Michigan

October 29         Duke

December 2        at Michigan

December 4        Iowa

December 9        at Louisville

December 16     Notre Dame at Indianapolis

December 18     Fort Wayne

December 21     Tennessee Tech

December 29     Youngstown State

January 2            at Wisconsin

January 6            at Minnesota

January 9            Penn State

January 14          Northwestern

January 19          at Michigan State

January 22          Maryland

January 24          at Illinois

January 28          Purdue

January 30          at Ohio State

February 3          Michigan State

February 5          at Rutgers

February 9          Minnesota

February 14        Illinois

February 17        at Iowa

February 20        at Nebraska

February 23        Ohio State

February 28 – March 4   Big Ten Tournament, New York City

2017 – 18 PURDUE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

November 1       Carroll Montana (exhibition)

November 10     Southern Illinois Edwardsville (exhibition)

November 12     Chicago State

November 14     at Marquette

November 18     Fairfield

November 22     Tennessee at the Bahamas

November 23     Villanova/Western Kentucky at the Bahamas

November 24     Atlantis finals at the Bahamas

November 28     Louisville

December 1        at Maryland

December 3        Northwestern

December 7        Valparaiso

December 10     IUPUI

December 16     Butler at Indianapolis

December 21     Tennessee State

December 30     Lipscomb

January 3            Rutgers

January 6            Nebraska

January 9            at Michigan

January 13          at Minnesota

January 16          Wisconsin

January 20          at Iowa

January 25          Michigan

January 28          at Indiana

January 31          Maryland

February 3          at Rutgers

February 7          Ohio State

February 10        at Michigan State

February 15        at Wisconsin

February 18        Penn State

February 22nd     at Illinois

February 25        Minnesota

February 28        Big Ten tournament, New York City

NOVEMBER 22

  • 1910 – Arthur Knight patents steel shaft golf clubs.
  • 1917 – National Hockey League (NHL) is founded with Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Maroons, TorontArenas, Ottawa Senators, and Quebec Bulldogs.
  • 1917 – National Hockey Association disbands.
  • 1930 – First US football game broadcast to England (Harvard 13, Yale 0).
  • 1945 – Jim Benton, Cleveland Rams’ end, gains 303 yards (NFL record).
  • 1950 – Lowest NBA score, Fort Wayne Pistons (19), Minneapolis Lakers (18).
  • 1956 – (to December 8) The Games of the XVI Olympiad are held in Melbourne, Australia.
  • 1957 – Mickey Mantle beats Ted Williams by one vote for baseball’s Most Valuable Player.
  • 1959 – Boston Patriots enter the AFL.
  • 1959 – New York Titans (AFL) make first draft choice (George Izo, quarterback, Notre Dame).
  • 1972 – Pittsburgh Penguins set NHL record for scoring fastest five goals (2 minutes 7 seconds).
  • 1981 – San Diego Chargers’ Dan Fouts passes for six touchdowns versus Oakland Raiders (55-21).
  • 1986 – Mike Tyson wins his first world boxing title by defeating Trevor Berbick in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • 1986 – Wayne Gretzky, of Edmonton Oilers, became 13th NHL player to score 500 goals.
  • 1987 – New England Patriots shutout Indianapolis Colts 24-0.
  • 1989 – Kirby Pucket signs record US$3 million per year (for three years) Minnesota Twins’ contract.
  • 1995 – Colin McRae becomes the first ever Scottish world rally champion.
  • 1999 – Wayne Gretzky is inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, his number 99 permanently retired by the National Hockey League.
  • 2003 – England wins the 2003 Rugby World Cup, defeating Australia 20-17 after extra time.
  • 2004 – The recently relocated Washington National League baseball franchise announces its new name, the Washington Nationals.

1986

Chicago defeated New England 46-10 in Super Bowl XX at the Louisiana Superdome, January 26. The Patriots had earned the right to play the Bears by becoming the first wild-card team to win three consecutive games on the road. The NBC telecast replaced the final episode of M*A*S*H as the most-viewed television program in history, with an audience of 127 million viewers, according to A.C. Nielsen figures. In addition to drawing a 48.3 rating and a 70 percent share in the United States, Super Bowl XX was televised to 59 foreign countries and beamed via satellite to the QE II. An estimated 300 million Chinese viewed a tape delay of the game in March. NBC Radio figures indicated an audience of 10 million for the game.

The owners adopted limited use of instant replay as an officiating aid, prohibited players from wearing or otherwise displaying equipment, apparel, or other items that carry commercial names, names of organizations, or personal messages of any type, March 11.

After an 11-week trial, a jury in U.S. District Court in New York awarded the United States Football League one dollar in its $1.7 billion antitrust suit against the NFL. The jury rejected all of the USFL’s television-related claims, which were the self-proclaimed heart of the USFL’s case. The jury deliberated five days, July 29.

Chicago defeated Dallas 17-6 at Wembley Stadium in London in the first American Bowl. The game drew a sellout crowd of 82,699 and the NBC national telecast in this country produced a 12.4 rating and 36 percent share, making it the highest daytime preseason television audience ever with 10.65-million viewers, August 3.

ABC’S Monday Night Football, in its seventeenth season, became the longest-running prime-time series in the history of the network.

1987

The New York Giants defeated Denver 39-20 in Super Bowl XXI and captured their first NFL title since 1956. The game, played in Pasadena’s Rose Bowl, drew a sellout crowd of 101,063. According to A.C. Nielsen figures, the CBS broadcast of the game was viewed in the U.S. on television by 122.64-million people, making the telecast the second most-watched television show of all-time behind Super Bowl XX. The game was watched live or on tape in 55 foreign countries and NBC Radio’s broadcast of the game was heard by a record 10.1 million people.

New three-year TV contracts with ABC, CBS, and NBC were announced for 1987-89 at the NFL annual meeting in Maui, Hawaii, March 15. Commissioner Rozelle and Broadcast Committee Chairman Art Modell also announced a three-year contract with ESPN to televise 13 prime-time games each season. The ESPN contract was the first with a cable network. However, NFL games on ESPN also were scheduled for regular television in the city of the visiting team and in the home city if the game was sold out 72 hours in advance.

A special payment program was adopted to benefit nearly 1,000 former NFL players who participated in the League before the current Bert Bell NFL Pension Plan was created and made retroactive to the 1959 season. Players covered by the new program spent at least five years in the League and played all or part of their career prior to 1959. Each vested player would receive $60 per month for each year of service in the League for life.

NFL and CBS Radio jointly announced agreement granting CBS the radio rights to a 40-game package in each of the next three NFL seasons, 1987-89, April 7.

NFL owners awarded Super Bowl XXV, to be played on January 27, 1991, to Tampa Stadium, May 20.

Over 400 former NFL players from the pre-1959 era received first payments from NFL owners, July 1.

The NFL’s debut on ESPN produced the two highest-rated and most-watched sports programs in
basic cable history. The Chicago at Miami game on August 16 drew an 8.9 rating in 3.81 million homes.

Those records fell two weeks later when the Los Angeles Raiders at Dallas game achieved a 10.2 cable rating in 4.36 million homes.

The 1987 season was reduced from a 16-game season to 15 as the result of a 24-day players’ strike. The strike was called by the NFLPA on Tuesday, September 22, following the New England at New York Jets game. Games scheduled for the third weekend were canceled but the games of weeks four, five, and six were played with replacement teams. Striking players returned for the seventh week of the season, October 25.

In a three-team deal involving 10 players and/or draft choices, the Los Angeles Rams traded running back Eric Dickerson to the Indianapolis Colts for six draft choices and two players. Buffalo obtained the rights to linebacker Cornelius Bennett from Indianapolis, sending Greg Bell and three draft choices to the Rams. The Colts added Owen Gill and three draft choices of their own to complete the deal with the Rams, October 31.

The Chicago at Minnesota game became the highest-rated and most-watched sports program in basic cable history when it drew a 14.4 cable rating in 6.5 million homes, December 6.

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NBA SCOREBOARD

LA Lakers 103 Chicago 94

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

#3 Kansas 114 Texas Southern 71

#6 Wichita State 80 Marquette 66

#12 Cincinnati 75 Richmond 48

#13 Notre Dame 92 LSU 53

#14 Minnesota 100 Alabama A&M 57

#16 Texas A&M 98 Penn State 87

#19 Louisville 84 Southern Illinois 42

#22 Baylor 65 Creighton 59

#23 UCLA 72 Wisconsin 70

#25 Alabama 77 Texas Arlington 76

ELSEWHERE

IU East 103 Fisk 91

South Dakota State 80 Iowa 72

Rutgers 83 Bryant 54

IUPUI 67 Morehead State 61

Michigan 102 Chaminade 64

Valparaiso 88 Samford 67

Evansville 59 Fresno State 57

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

#1 Connecticut 78 #5 UCLA 60

#10 Oregon 81 Eastern Washington 40

#15 Maryland 111 Howard 49

ELSEWHERE

Berea 88 Earlham 61

Illinois Chicago 67 Fort Wayne 51

Miami Ohio 77 Valparaiso 68

Wright State 64 Stetson 59

Pittsburgh 66 Cincinnati 46

Michigan State 97 Detroit 60

Evansville 79 Western Missouri 53

Western Illinois 77 Illinois 67

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Miami OH 28 Ball State 7

Akron 24 Kent State 14

Eastern Michigan 34 Bowling Green 31

NHL SCOREBOARD

Vancouver 5 Philadelphia 2

St. Louis 8 Edmonton 3

Dallas 3 Montréal 1

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

Columbus 0 Toronto 0

Seattle 2 Houston 0

BOYS HS BASKETBALL– NCC/AREA

Anderson 74 Pendleton Heights 61

Hamilton Southeastern 83 Muncie Central 49

Jay County 49 Hagerstown 41

Milan 54 Franklin County 37

New Castle 79 Blue River 41

Randolph Southern 83 Union Modoc 29

GIRLS HS BASKETBALL– NCC/AREA

Richmond 66 Union City 41

Batesville 51 Connersville 40

Lincoln 52 Centerville 28

Harrison 66 Kokomo 43

Lawrence North 73 Indianapolis Tech 19

Monroe Central 55 Northeastern 28

North Central 89 Anderson 59

Plymouth 47 Logansport 41

Randolph Southern 72 Union Modoc 13

Union County 45 Oldenburg Academy 40

2017 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE  

Sept. 10: at L.A. Rams, 4:05 p.m., CBS

Sept. 17: Arizona, 1 p.m., FOX

Sunday, Sept. 24: Cleveland, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Seattle, 8:30 p.m., NBC

Sunday, Oct. 8: San Francisco, 1 p.m., FOX

Monday, Oct. 16: at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m., ESPN

Sunday, Oct. 22: Jacksonville, 1 p.m. CBS

Sunday, Oct. 29: at Cincinnati, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 12: Pittsburgh, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 19: Bye

Sunday, Nov. 26: Tennessee, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 3: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 10: at Buffalo, 1 p.m., CBS

Thursday, Dec. 14: Denver, 8:25 p.m., NBC/NFLN

Saturday, Dec. 23: at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m., NFLN

Sunday, Dec. 31: Houston, 1 p.m. CBS

 

2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Sunday, Sept. 10: Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 14: Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFLN)

Sunday, Sept. 24: at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 8: Buffalo, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 15: BYE

Sunday, Oct. 22: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 29: Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 12: at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 19: at Denver, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 26: Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Sunday, Dec. 10: Chicago, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 17: at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 24: Detroit, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 31: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

NOVEMBER 22

  • 1928 – Birth of Juno Stover-Irwin; American diver (Olympic-silver-1956).
  • 1928 – Birth of Pat Smythe in England; equestrian jumper (Olympic-bronze-1956).
  • 1935 – Birth of Ludmila Belousova in Protopopov, USSR; pairs skater (Olympics-gold-1964, 1968).
  • 1943 – Birth of Billie Jean King in Long Beach, California, USA; tennis pro (Wimbledon 1968, 1972, 1973, 1975).
  • 1950 – Birth of Greg Luzinski; baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox).
  • 1967 – Birth of Boris Becker in Leimen, Federal Republic of Germany; tennis player (Wimbledon men’s singles 1985, 1986, 1989).