The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 21Click to view larger version
December 10, 1963

The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 21

Publication:
The Salt Lake Tribune i
Location:
Salt Lake City, Utah
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 10, 1963
Page:
Page 21
View full page
Prev. page
Next pages

What members have found on this page

OCR Text

Littlest Ute Stars as Redskins Bomb Pacific Utah Rocks Tigers in 90-72 Tilt By Bob Williams Tribune Sports Writer Skip Kroeger, the littlest Ute. had his biggest night as Utah University tamed Pacific University's basketball Tigers, 90-7?,, Monday in the Ute wigwam. THE 3,503 fans who ventured out on a snowy night saw the Redskins make it three wins in three outings and an improving Utah defense that harried the tame Tabbies into error after error. Kroeger led the pressing tactics and made some nifty passes as well as scoring 24 points, high for the Utes. The only place Kroeger came off second best was in the department of spectacular falls. Re was ridden into the fence on a driving layup but bounced up abort. Not so with reserve forward Q. C. Taylor, who teamed with Tiger Dary! Severns for a collision that would do credit to the pro footballers. He took a few minutes to regain his feet but remained in action. Pacific's three big men dominated the rebounds as Charles Strambler, Leo Middleton and Bill Wilson grabbed 14 apiece. Wilson led all scorers with 28 while. Middletcn canned 22, mostly OP. tip-ins. UTAH'S Doug Moon bom- tarded 16 points from outside and, along with Kroeger, was responsible for breaking up the zone defense Pacific began the game with. George Fisher canned 10, B. Granville Lash came off the bench for an uproarious 12 and Chuck Currington and Taylor added six each. THE REDSKINS caught the visitors time and again with a pressing defense, stealing the ball and forcing bad passes, to overcome a 59-54 loss in rebounding. And each swipe saw the fast break in action. Coach Jack Gardner admitted to some pleasure in the development of his charges. He did considerable Joggling with the lineup to get another lock at bis combinations. Centers Dennis Couch, Currington and, later, Bob Pence, worked mainly with guards Kroeger, Moon and Berkeley G. Lash and forwards Fisher, Spence Thurgood, Dan Hawes and Taylor. Before the night was over the Utes had cleared the benches. Pacific shuttled 11 men in and out of the lineup without finding me right answer to Utah's fast break. UTAH HIT a good streak midway in the first half to pull in front at 25-11, saw Pacific come back within seven at 43-36 at the Intermisison. Another streak in the second half pulled the game out of reach as a quick burst of points soun the Scoreboard to 84-60. Next outing for the Redskins comes Wednesday against Texas A-M in the Ute emporium. In the intra-squad frosh game the Whites, led by Ken Belka's 26 points, downed the Reds, 103-81. Dan Marsh of the Reds netted 25 counters. Utah Staters Roll Tonight Against Tall Texas Ags Chuck Currington (25) gets off a hook shot against University of Pacific. Others in the action are Redskins Skip Kroeger (15) and Q. C. Taylor, Pacific players Bill Wilson (14), Charles Strambler (12) and Dick Davey (22), far left. fait f ak* ft ibtme Salt Lake City, Utah — Tuesday Morning — December Special to The Tribune LOGAN—Coach LaDeU Andersen and his Utah State bas-i keteers have itchy trigger fingers. They've been out of action for a week, will break the spell Tuesday against Texas A-M at Logan. Andersen has tested his two Bounded troops, Wayne Estes and Larry Angle, the starting forwards, in practice, now wants to see how they respond under game conditions. Estes sprained an ankle against Fresno State and Angle broke the pinkie finger on his right hand in practice last week. BOTH PROBABLY will start but how long they'll be able to play, or how well, is another pair of questions. Angle has an aluminum splint, curved to fit the contour of a basketball, on his injured finger. THE TEXAS crew is a big one —big in all dimensions—and is expected to play a zone defense, two more reasons Andersen wants to play this one. He needs an indicator on Utag response against size and against a zone. Center Troy Collier has the best scoring average to date, 26.5 per game in the two .USU out- Knap Mentioned For WSU Post Special to The Tribune PULLMAN, WASH. - The name of Utah State's Tony Knap was mentioned prominently here Monday as the s e a r c h for a new football coach at Washington State got under way. KXAP WAS one of several coaches whose names popped up in conversations. Knap is highly regarded as a football coach and his Utah State team had an impressive 8-2 record this fall. Contacted at his home in Logan, Knap said that he has not applied for the job at WSU. :ngs. Estes is next at 23, Angle has 11.5 and LeRoy Walker an evt-n \1. Texas A-M in its only outing downed Houston, 61-58, wilh star guard Bennis Lenox canning 15, the same as 6-8 center John Beaslcy. Bill Gasway, 6-6, and Tim TImmermati, 6-7, give the Texags a tall front line and they weigh between 200 and 220 pounds each. The fifth starter, Gary Watts, has scored 11 in two games, Lenox teams with Lynn Merritt, 6-5, at the guards. Thn Tex- ag offense has Lenox directing the attack and all four big men working the boards, which could account for the fact they out- rebounded Houston by 23. THE TEXAGS move to Utah for a Wednesday night duel and the Utaggios next open a two- game road swing at Creighton Saturday and Iowa State Monday. Brigham Young plays host to Oklahoma State Thursday in the home opener at Catville. SHOP TONIGHT TILL 9...PARK FREE 1963 Page 21 Whodunnit ty Marion Dunn The timing was off because midnight had passed, taking the Cinderella hour with it, but the Ritz Classic bowling team, bidding for the 1963 Salt Lake City team championships, was about to start a rags to riches story unmatched in Utah bowling history. It was exactly a week ago. The setting was the Bonwood Bowl and the Ritz Classic squad was just starting the 10th frame of its last game in a situation loaded with drama. How that 10th frame turned out would determine the team championship. The M & M Distributing team held the lead with a 2,972 total. The Ritz Classic team needed four doubles in the 10th frame to take the championship away from the leaders. To add to the drama, two of the Ritz Classic bowlers, Paul Chase and Hy Hudson, also bowled for M & M. Chase was the leadoff man and be bowled two strikes cut the needed total to three doubles. to PACIFIC G F T 3 1-1 7 Sirambler 12 4.4 28 Wilson 4-B 22 Middleton 1-2 2 Davev 1 Schee! J. 0 Schalow 6 Sch«l Jim 0 Balslcv 4 Severn 2 Shelly 0 Jacobs 1-2 0-: 0-3 0-0 0-0 5-2 0-0 2-4 « UTAH G F T Fisher 3 i-t 10 Thurgood J 3-4 7 Couch 11-53 Kroeger 9 6-10 24 Moon 3 M 16 Hawes i Lash 6 Taylor 1 Pence 0 Stepan 0 McCieorv 0 Eedivac 0 Gblizato 0 Allred C Jack Hudson followed Chase and he also doubled. Tom Parrish came up with a spare and the team needed two doubles with two men to bowl. Steve Buell doubled and now the goal was within reach, but Hy Hudson, who had a strike up in the ninth, left the 2-4-5 pins and the bid for the title fell short. That was the way it seemed then. But a check of the scores during the week turned up an unusual mistake — the M & M Distributing team had been given 10 pins too many in one of its games and the decision was reversed, giving the Ritz-CIassic team the title. That was a week ago. Sunday the Ritz Classic team ^bowled again in the Salt Lake Travel- ~"'ing League. Steve Buell This time it was at the Pal-D-Mar College Cage Results Utah «, Pacific 72 Texas Tech 76, Nebraska M Iowa 79, St. Louis 77 Oklahoma 105, Illinois 104 Florida Southern 93, Tampa 88 Creighton 63, Idaho State <51 Alabama 61, Florida State 53 Wake Forest ?7, Purdue 72 Kentucky 100, North Carolina 83 Kansas State 93, Indiana 84 Tennessee K, E. Tennessee State 47 Rice 90, Tulane 62 OePaul 105, Lawrence Tech 50 Baylor 71, Southwest Texas Oklahoma Stale 74, Arkansas «5 Missis:ippi Stale 67, Delta Stste 52 Texas 70, Louisiana State 65 Texas Christian 65, Houston it Washington 69, Oregon 63 Centenary- 99, Mississippi 7B Seattle 84, St. Mary's 60 Lanes and the lineup that won the City crown was juggled just slightly with Chet Gregory in place of Jack Hudson. And this time the quintet turned In the greatest team performance in the history of Uiah bowling. Tom Parrish bowled a 749, Chet Gregory a 717, Paul Chase a 674, Steve Buell a 612 and Hy Hudson a 564. The total was 3,316, an average of 220 per game per man and 24 pins better than the old city record that had stood for 23 years. THE FORMER MARK of 3,292 was rolled by Frank Baker, Jack Wignall, Graham Burt, Jack Bunsey and Fred Southam at the old Temple Alleys on Dec. 5, 1940. _ _ It stood through the years until Sunday. But the Ritz Classic £J } l team—a team that won the city tide after it thought it had lost it—broke it to climax an amazing week. 4-7 0-0 o-o o-o M 0-0 c-o > i«-25 T3 Score at Personal Tet»l» half: Utah 43, fouls: Pacific 35 50-32 W Pacific X Strambler 2. j Wilson 3, SAida'letor. 3. Dsvev 2, Sehalow 3, Jim Scheel 5, Balslev, Sev. Moon 3. rinoton. They Look Familiar in the NFL One way to answer critics of Intel-mountain collegiate foot- j t> all > is *° invite them in f -0 watch a National Football League Stepan, McCieary, REDS G F P 7 3-417 Beck a 1- 1 13 Harris 1 S-10 7 Clifford 133 329 M*r-,h 11-23 1-UlZ (. 0- 2 12 Malsuno 3« "3-22 II WHITES G F P Belka 13 1- 4 ~.t> Bunker 7 7- 9 21 Ivev 11 0- 1 22 Giles 31-37 Siddoway 11 2- i 2< OcXel 11-23 Tctais Two Cop Honors In Pin Contest Saturday afternoon the Green Bay"** Packers played tha Los Angeles Rams. : Wearing the Packers' colors were for| iner Utah State star Lionel Aldridge | and former University of Utah ond j Marv Fleming while Merlin Olsen, the «ru-Mio3 1 L°g atl high boy who went on to win the Oulland Award for Utah State, starred for the Rams. Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers had former Aggies Clark Miller, Len Rfiode and Clyde Brock along with ex- Ute Ed Pine. Get two NFL teams together and there almost has io be an ex-Aggie Ofecn Wildcats Rap Rivals in Cage Tussle By Associated Press LEXINGTON, KY., Dec. 9 The Kentucky Wildcats not only walked the tight rope bu stomped on it as they gambled en fouls and rolled over North Carolina, 100-80, Monday night in an intersectional basketbal game. FOR MOKE than half of the second period, two Wildca starters carried four fouls each and with 7y 2 minutes to go an other committed his iburth, bu the three finished the game with no one banished. K-Staters Win BLOOMINGTON, IND., Dec (UPI) — Kansas State wen ahead, 2-1, on Dave Nelson's free throw in the first minute o play and was never challenged Monday night in defeating In diana of the Big Ten, 93-84. Rice Triumphs HOUSTON, Dec. 9 (AP)—Thi Rice Owls hit a hot 55.6 pe cent from the floor in the firs half Monday night to take a easy basketball victory over Tu lane, 90-62. Iowa Wins, 79-77 IOWA CITY, IOWA, Dec. 9— {AP) — Seniir Dave Roach with 32 points. led un^efeatec Iowa to a wild 79-77 victory ove St. Louis Monday night in a non conference basketball game tha nearly ended in a fight. S.L. Gun Group Taps Hurd as Next President Veteran trapshooter Dean Hurd Monday ni.?ht was elector] president oi the Salt Lake Gun Club. Hurd succeeds Hortense Wood, who had served three consecutive terms. HURD, A CHARTER member of the club, previously had served many years as secretary, but this is his first term as president. A former president, Doug Westenskow, was named vice Special to The Trih'inc KEARNS — Dorias Martindale 1 jnvolve'd" ond Claire Bergman captured The same thing could Ix; said for the annual East-West Shrine jP resWcnt . while Ted Srringfcl- top honors in the annual Jaycee,^H-star game in San Francisco low was renamed secretary- Merchant bowling tournament at; the Kearns Lanes early Monday.! This year, for (he second time in three years, two Aggie MaMindai*, 701= Harrvi Payers will play for the West. Msn— Doriss Martindate, 701; Harry I Hudson, WO: Jsy CIC9S. 46<; Dick Jen-i sen, tU; Por.-est Shroupe, 663; Jerry Millory, 455; Rog'r Wilson, 649; Sam! Natlress, 6<6; Ed Johnson. 641; Larry | Brailhwsite, 640; M*rv*n Bennett, 63';! Blfline Bfro«r, 639. [ Women—Claire Bergman, 649: Aggie Mattress, 65i; Jean Lerr.irions. 639; Enid Hudson, «3C; Bertha Robinson, 6U; Kathy Morton, 607; Triewie Joraensen, so*; Sever!y Moore. (fil; Rojalec Mann, 591; Elaine Beraer, i»>; Lore* Wolfe, 580; Chlot Knlaht, 573. treasurer. NEW DIRECTORS are Pat Miller. Mark Stokes and Don Quarterback Bill Munson and end Jim McNaughton will rep-j Peterson Jr. Morris G rover is' resent the Aggien this year. The two players co-captained ti-e'the holdover director. j USU team this fall and the Shrine game will enable them climax three great seasons of colleaiate football. to In the three years that Munson and McNaughton played key County Basketball Bird F loon ng-F : rest Electric 59. Cower anJ Light f; O!iph» Nothing Succeeds Like the Look of Success SEARS RUMRUCK AND co PAR-TEMP Perpetually Neat Looking "iour business acumen calls for good looks that last. That's why -we recommend this year 'round suit of press- J^ holding KodeP polyester and prized J 2-pIy wool worsteds. It's a merger that •will brighten your outlook in new medium to medium dark weaves. Regular, snort, long sizes. No Otarge for Alterations 60 CHARGE IT on Scars Revolving Charge KODEL rolos for the Aggies, the Cache Valley eleven won 25 games, lost chS« s" 4 ^!/ only five and was tied once, i 71 ' ir.t?rmoun^in IMermoun'ain Glass 50; Thirty-First 43, Tayforsvill* Fourth 31. Shop at Sears and. Save Satisfaction Guaranteed <tr Your Money Back 754 SOUTH STATE EL 5-6651 FRLE PARKING OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS Shop Mon. through Sat, 9:45 a.m. till $ p.m.