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 - Purple and White Victory Tosses Race for ICAC...
Purple and White Victory Tosses Race for ICAC Crown Into Three-Way i By CLIFF THOMPSON : 6 and 1 mark, Bear River second The Weber College Wildcats pinned a 92-80 defeat % .. the Ricks Vikings last night at Weber gym to climb w ith 4 a three-way tie for the ICAC basketball crown. T h e complicated first-p l a c e berth developed when Snow College College and Weber knocked Ricks and College of Southern Utah out of an exclusive two-way tie for ICAC honors. Tied for first place with identical identical won-lost records are Weber, Ricks, and CSU. Two scoring spurts gave Weber their 12-point victory over Ricks Mike Souchak Maintains Lead SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UP) -Stocky -Stocky Mike Souchak of Durham, N. C., held on to his lead in ?»,500 Texas open golf lourna- m c n t y es t er d a y by firing a seven- ] ' t h e i r home floor this year. Weber got away to a ten point | under-par 64. lead early in the game, nn some j The former Duke good shooting by Bob Subic and Don Nish then cooled off to a . 46 to 38 half-time lead. The Wildcats hit 18 of 43 field- University football player has a 54-hole total of 192, two strokes better than Fred Haas Jr., of Claremont, goal attempts in the first Jialf Ca ij{. Hass, who played off w i i h Souchak and Shelley Mayficld in For a 26 per cent average. They hit 10 of 13 from the f o u l line. K %»SS 2StT ffi : ^ «cent Thundered i g h t , Bih Joy Anderson contenders, bovts tries f r o m the floor and 80 per cent of their foul shots in the first h a l f . The second half started out as if it would be a repeat of the first one. Don Cifford and Subic hit field goals and Garth Hanscn tanked a f o u l pitch to give Weber Weber a quick 15-point lead as the second half got under way. Weber Weber cooled off again and played on even terms with Ricks for a b o u t six minutes. Then with three m i n u t e s left in the third quarter, Dick J u l u s o n and Reese Quayle went to work u n d e r n e a t h the Ricks backboard and together with their b a l l h a w k i n g and s h a r p passing set up goal after goal for Weber. Their efforts led to a point getting getting splurge that gave Weber a 26-point lead as the last q u a r t e r got under way. W h i l e Quayle and J u l u s o n were clearing the Ricks backboard, the Vikings were ^re- ciprocaling u n d e r n e a t h the Vi·fi- ber basket. The d i f f e r e n c e was t h a t Weber was making most of their shots count. The Wildcat scoring slowed down as Quayle fouled out w i t h seven m i n u t e s left. The Wobcr Swenson, s t a r t e d at Phoenix, Ariz., fired a 65. The top players were still taking taking the short course apart as . . . , . - others, besides SouchaM, shot They were Gene Littler, Palm pc d Springs, Calif.; Bob Rosburg, Francisco; Jerry Kesselring, To- ronto; J i m m y Clark. Beach, Calif.; and Arnold Palmer, Latrobe, Pa. Rosburg was t h i r d behind chak and Mass, with a 196 total, CJ13K a i l U J l d a a , \ M L ;^SAS"» 198. Wichita, Kan. i ' ;^_ Take plenty of .UNION \ 1 PACIFIC" RAILROAD r e e t ; TM'° nc ^ "wUh" W e b e r ' H o l d i n g . f i f t h i a 12-poin^ buU,c ^^ ^ " " : " . ,, , . ,, ,, t h e v se t up a * n on a scoring spice they set up a o. a L U i 1 lig a j j L v,t- iic^j u*. i. -- r- -- fense that kept the Ricks play- for the members n e list of State State 113, crs shooting f r o m outside. And their outside shots were not hit- Weber got 30 tries at the foul line and hit 20 of them. Ricks made good on 22 of 26 foul shot attempts. Alert, excellent passing by Quayle. J u l u s o n and Clifford broke Subic loose for 10 field goals. He made good on f o u r foul shots to b r i n g his total to 24 137. vs. | p o i n t s , seven of them f r o m the foul line. Box score: \ V r b r r G T F P 1 0 7 4 2 4 S u b i c 2 2 1 5 G.Hanscn 2 6 ! n Stokes 1 0 0 2 IVI.Hanson 2 0 0 4 Q u a y l e r. 5 3 l.'t J u l u s o n 3 2 2 !1 K i c k s G T F P Hill 4 8 7 15 Parkinson 0 2 2 2 Nielcl 5 4 4 1 4 Bi-i;-.zec 1 0 0 2 K o m r e l l 5 0 0 10 D u f t i n 1 2 1 3 Lawrence ,'! 1 0 6 Kicsler 1 0 0 2 French 5 0 0 10 Durfee 2 5 4 R Sargent 1 0 0 2 3 G 3 0 a o 9 2 Totals 29 26 22 80 No need to Take all the

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 20 Feb 1955, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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