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W the in Wilt Scores 40 *·/· I T · L "7fl KU Triumphs, 7o |^ f Hawks Post 21st Win Against Two Setbacks LAWRENCE, Kan., March 9 (/P)-- All-America Wilt games Chamberlain poured in 40 points as Kansas finished its Mrs. j basketball schedule with a 78-63 Big Seven Conference Exhibition Baseball TAMPA, Fla. ffl Chi. (A) victory over stubbon Colorado tonight. The victory gave Kansas a 21-2 season record and an 11-1 Big; Seven mark. The Jayhawks, rated 2 "' "^ Associated Press na- 1 ' 0 TM 1 1 P lay wil1 enter NCAA r at Dallas March 15 per- against Southern Methodist. Colorado's season record is 13- Uiej9 and the league standing is 4-7. The Buffaloes will close thei- season against Oklahoma at Norman Monday. 26 Last Half Chamberlain hit 14 points in the Sooner Tankers Win Big 7 Title NORMAN, Okla.. March 9 MV- The University of Oklahoma swim 200 002 000-4 004 J03 OOx-8 Cin. (N) Derrington. Dufour (4), Flanigan (G) and Battey; Hacker, ler U, Sanchez (7) and Bailey. W--Hacker. L--Derrington. Home runs--Chicago (A), Min- oso. team dominated Conference meet the Big today, winning SARASOTA, Fla. W) i Detroit (A) 001 0-10 401-10 12 Seven 1 Boston (A) 000000100 110 Foytack, Lee (41, Lary (7) all seven events to pile up a 1611 Wilson; Susce, Thicl M), point total in the 3-day com-j(7, Schroll (9) and H. Sullivan, petition. |W--Foytack. I- Second was Iowa Slate with 80! -Susce. first half and 26 after the inter- points. Colorado made 52, Ne-| CLEARWATER, Fla. Ml mission. Center Don Walker was! Ibraska 49, and Kansas and Kan- high for Colorado with 17_ by Kansas jumped to an 11-2 lead and never trailed. The Jayhawks lead sas Stale each. tied for fifth with 27 !Pitts. (N) 000 103 220--8 14 1 iphila. (N) Two conference records were, , , _ .. ,, , r t . , ,, !broken in today's finals Jeff F W c11 «- Meyer (7) Farrell had a 36-30 halftime lead andj r e l , of ok i ahoma beal his record | and Lopata. W-Swanson. once were ahead 53-36 midway m n r ' _, ,,_,, .,, the 100 . yard free j Meyer. the second half. However the determined Buffaloes refused to fold and pulled up to 58-63 with 4:30 out ! left. Then Chamberlain scored 11 points in the stretch. of last year in 010 002 400-7 10 Purkey, Pepper (4), Swansoni ;(7) and Peterson; Sanford, Card-j Pi(9) style with a time Of 50.59. His old Home runs-Pittsburgh (N) mark was 51.2. In the 200-yard breaststroke,| Re P ulskl Julian Dyason of Oklahoma wasj TUCSON, Ariz. clocked in 2:28.4. In the prelims' Ncw york (N) earlier in the day, Dayton set a I d o n ; Philadelphia (N), Will now has scored 679 in 23| mar k of 2:30.9 which bettered the games for a 29.52 average. In conference record of 2:31.8 set by I j ° three games against Colorado this 1 season he has averaged 38.7 000 000 000--0 Cleveland (A) 000 00 Olx-2 Burnside, Shipley (4), Jones Blocks 12 Shots In addition to his scoring and rebounding, Chamberlain a l s o blocked 12 Colorado shots by leaping and stopping the ball. The 7-foot sophomore tallied on 14 of 18 shots from the field and 12 of 17 free throws. Kansas hit 27 of its field shots for 142 per cent while Colorado sank 19 of 61 for 32 per cent. COLOUADO Bradley t ... Cad ft (-Q ... Ilayxvard f .. Mfchnelnon t Nicholson C . Walker c .... Johnsorj K .. Mowbray p , ScImjO'ler g . R u e l h a l r g .. Tnlills L. Johnson f Elstun f Lom.'.skl f ... Orccn t Jctl f Chamberlain Parker g .. Kinc K H o l I i n R e r B , Billing K ... Dater (r .... li 4 1) 1 M 0 -I 5-Y i )7 11-11 0 II 0-9 3 K 11-0 1 ID 0-H 0 (I ,.:u in r: i' r T 0-0 .1 8 S-fi 2 11 ·J-S 4 4 n-o n n 1-2 Carith the 11 12-17 n 4(1 Coliirudi) Kansas 0 0 - 0 0 0 2 2-2 1 « 0 0-0 n 0 S7 21-M .III TM M 3:t-«3 31! 42-7S Jerry Loar, Colorado, in 1956. The Sooners won 6 of 8 final and (4), Schmidt; Pitula (7) Aguirre, McLish and Brown. W-events Friday and took thesis!,. L-Shiplcy. 1,500 meter freestyle event Thursday, night. Overall, Oklahoma had 14 firsts in 16 events. Summaries: 100-yurd b u t t e r f l y -- 1. Dick Thatcher, Oklahoma: 2. Diivo Diclicrn, Kan.ia« Stato; 3. J e r r y Farrell, Nebraska; 4. Tom Clav- cnfjcr, Kansas: 5. Bill Prlbble. Colorado; 6. Jay Mills, Coloniilo. 1:OO.S. 100-ynril freestyle--1.' Jeff Furrell. O k l a h o m a ; 2. Bob I , c o n n n i t , O k l a h o m a ; ·'!· Jack O'Rourlto. O k l a h o m a ; 4. CI»u-Ic Ktlw:inl«, Kar.ins: 8. Alan WilfoX, Okla- h o m a : (i. Jolm Shcri'r, Imva Stall'. ·50.3 new BIB .Seven record; old record :81.2 by Jeff Fnrrell, Okla- h n m u , . lOBii. and yard bn-antstrnlic, 1. .iuiliin Dyason, O k l a h o m a ; 2. . Ili-rru Thompson, ]owu State; 3. Ron M l n a r l k . luwii Klate; 4. Al Brno- nckc. Colorado; 8. Jjimoi Nolen, KaiiKHK Stato; 6. Duve Hanna, Iowa Ktatc. 'J;28.t. ( N e w BlK 7 ronoril. Old record 2::iO .0 net by Dyason In |ire- ibo' y n r d backstnilu'-l. Melvln Vim lIcls'HniHJii, O k l a h o m a : 2. Dave Kwurt, Iowa. Slate: :i. A a n . n Bo.len C'olorailo; 4. Charles Ari- zuml, '.Nebraska: 5. BrllM Allen, rolurailn: (i. .lamiifl M a r i n e r , Kansas State. ]:M.2. ·110-yaril Jrueaiylc--1. Jim Crli- fla Oklahoma. 37S; 2. Gi-ne Cot- tcrl Nebraska. 357; :i. Dale Waaa- muth. Iowa State. 315.2; ·!. Toln Browilcr, Oklahoma, 328.2! ·"· W"' 11am Tagney Nebraska, 317; 6. Paul BattenberK. Oklahoma, 300.8. ·MO yard Dieillcy relay--1. Oklahoma-Van HelHd'lnKen, Dyanon. Janovy, Jim Crow); 2. Iowa TAMPA, Fla. UP) St.L (N) "B" 210000521-11 16 Cin (N) "B" 001 000 000- 1 Kutyna, Wieand, Clark and Gr;-en; Brechin, Oldham ; Cooke 2 2 and Pavletich. MESA, Ariz. Baltimore (A) 002 200 003--7 ! Chicago (N) 121 000 020-6 9 Locke, Palica (4), Bcsana Consuegra (9) and Larimorc. Andrews (7); Rush, Singleton Fodge (7), Lown (9), Valentinetli (!) and Kail, Noeman (6). Home runs -- Baltimore Prancona, Lajoie. Chicago Banks. (A) ' ( Nebraska Jolts l-Sfate LINCOLN, Neb., March 9 Nebraska came from a 10-point halflime deficit and jolted Iowa State 67-58 in the final basketball

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  2. 10 Mar 1957, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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