Swafford Bill photo 7 Dec 1970

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Fog* Thr«t Monday, Dtctmbtr 7,WO JACK THUIKTON, Sport. Editor Field Drought Toppers Bop Davis 88-65 For 2nd Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nationally ninth-ranked Western Kentucky held California Davis without a field goal for over six minutes Saturday, night, then went on to capture, an 88-65 basketball victory"at ; Bowling Green. Big Jim McDaniels led the Hilltoppers to their second tri- umph of the season with 34 points. Twice in the second half, Cal- Davis cut Western's 46-25 half- time lead to 13 points, the last time with the score 60-47, before McDaniels sank three straight field goals to put the game on ice. Elsewhere Saturday night, the Murray Racers won their third straight game without a setback in an 83-81 victory over Howard Payne of Brownwood, Tex. Jim Young and Les Taylor topped the Murray scoring with 20 points apiece. Howard Payne came on strong in the second half to neutralize Murray's 51-42 half- time advantage before Ron Johnson, on a three-point play, put the Racers ahead for good 77-75. Morris Harvey whittled away Morehead's 24-point lead early in the second half but the Eagles still coasted to an 88-78 victory. Jim Day, all-Ohio Valley Con- ference forward, led Morehead to its second straight triumph scoring 34 points and capturing 25 rebounds. The Kansas Jayhawks over- came a 40-32 halftime deficit to defeat Eastern Kentucky 79-65. The Colonel^ who now are 1-1 on the season, were ahead 56-52 when Kansas' Dave Robisch COMMONWEALTH OF · KENTUCKY ' . _ , ] '" DEPARTMENT OF ^'fi" HIGHWAYS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the. Department of High- ways, at its office, Frankfort, Kentucky, until 10:00 A.M. scored a field goal, three free throws and a 10-foot jump shot to take the lead for good. Eastern's George Bryant led all scorers in the game with 24 points. . In other games involving OVC teams, Austin Peay beat Ten- nessee Martin 97-83, Middle Tennessee defeated Troy State" 77-58 while Tennessee Tech lost to Arkansas State 81-72. From a 6-0 lead in the opening minutes the University of Louisville went on to capture its second victory of the season 105- 87 over Florida. Forward Ron Thomas, the newcomer in U of L's starting lineup this season, led his team with 22 points on nine of 12 field goals and four free throws. After watching a 21-10 lead dwindle to a 41-38 halftime ad- vantage, Kentucky Wesleyan came on strong in the second half to defeat Sam Houston 91- 68. Larry Morris led Wesleyan to its second straight triumph with 23 points. Six free throws in the last two minutes by freshman guard Van Phillips assured George- town of a 91-89 victory after Lincoln Memorial University closed a 17-point halftime gap. Kenny Davis scored 25 points,as the Tigers racked up their sixth straight victory without a loss. Centre managed to reduce a 52-32 halftime deficit but not enough to avoid a 92-80 loss against Wabash College. Mike Pharris scored 18 points for the Colonels, who are winless in three outings. ,. With three'players scoring 25 ,.points or more Union defeated ' Cumberland 1 * College 102-97. Terry Smallwood was high with 27 points while Bill Swafford and Grady Wilson added 25 each. Five players scored in double TWO-POINTER--EMfe Stytor lawMkei · ikot over the «tctretched arm. of Untai Smallwond and BUI Swafford (44) » Clell Perry, Gr»dy Wilton (42) and Ellli poiltiM themselves hopefully for · rebound that never c»me. Host Union handed the Cumberland quint · U2-M opening lott In the KIAC contett. In KIAC Opener Cumberland Bows 102-97 To Union Cumberland -College was defeated hi it)'opening KIAC game Saturday night by the Union College- Bulldogs at Barbourville, by a 102-97 decision. The win boottt Unions record to 4-1 overall,and 1-0 in conference play. . The Ion for Cumberland CnUders with 16 points, led the balanced Union attack. Tom ' Jensen and Jerry' Stephens combined for 49 points for the Indians, with a 10 point performance attributed by reserve guard Steve Ormsby. , il K,21, ;n »? ·jPerry '^ v fl ·pTOTALS ~s ·' ' Halftime-- Union 4M3 Shooting percentages-- Union 61; Cumberland S3.3 1

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  1. The Corbin Times-Tribune,
  2. 07 Dec 1970, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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