The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 28, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

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Big 8 Leaders Face Oklahoma By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Praw Sports Writer Colorado's defending Big Eight champions return to league play fliis week alter a 19-day semester lay-off, finding their leading position stronger than ever. The Buffaloes are alone in first place with a 44) record. The Oklahoma State Cowboys missed a chance to tie the Buffs when they lost 57-55 at Kansas State. The narrow victory kept K-State's chances alive, with a 2-1 mark. Kansas State can put a little pressure on Colorado by sweeping a two-game road trip this week, at Oklahoma Tuesday and at Nebraska Saturday. Colorado opens a crucial trip at Oklahoma Saturday, then takes on Oklahoma State next Monday at Stillwater in another big one. Henry Iba's Oklahoma State team, with three sophomores in the starting lineup, nearly beat K-State on its own court and proved itself a real championship contender. The Cowboys stand 3-1 in conference play and 12-3 for all games. Colorado's veteran club, paced by Ken Charlton, Milt Mueller and Jim Davis—the league's tallest and best frontline — won its first four by an average margin of 21 points. Iowa State made it three straight conference victories after two opening defeats by clipping the Sooners 77-6? Saturday nighl in Ames. The Cyclones can improve their first division status against Missouri Tuesday night in Ames. Oklahoma State plays at Missouri and Iowa State at Kansas Saturday. Kansas will have Al Gorrell, a versatile 6-foot-3% senior front- liner, back in the lineup for the Iowa State game. He was an outstanding regular on the runner up Kansas team of 1961 but was out' of school last year. K-State at the same time will have Dave Nelson, 6-5 junior, back on the squad. He left to enroll at Seattle Pacific after his sophomore yar. Larry Hawk, slender 6-2 Oklahoma State sophomore, had 24 points and Willie Murrell 19 for K-State. Murrell's goal with 3:35 left proved to be the winner. Marv Straw had 20 points and Vince Brewer 15 for Iowa State while OU's Eddie Evans was ejected with 11 minutes left on an intentional foul ruling. He had 12 points. Ottawans Lead In Pin Tourney MCPHERSON (AP) - Harold Elliott of Lawrence, with a 750. holds the singles lead in the state American Legion bowling tournament, which ends next weekend. Wayne Lewis and Dave Heck man of Ottawa are tops in doubles at 1,343; Warren Wood of Shawnee, in all-events with 2,093, and the McPherson Tigers retained the team lead at 3,162. College Basketball MIDWEST Cincinnati 62, Illinois 53 Chicago Loyola 92, Santa Clara 72 Ohio State 78, Creighton 73 Wichita 77, Air Force 45 Kansas St. 57, Okla. St. 55 Wisconsin 85, St. John's (N.Y.) 52 Northwestern 98, Purdue 82 Indiana 76, DePaul 75 St. Louis 71, Bradley 63 Marquette 90, Drake 76 Mich. St. 61, Minn. 59 Iowa St. 77, Okla. 69 Dayton 67, Toledo 62 Niagara 82, Youngstown 65 Ohio U. 61, Kent St. 49 Evansville 81, Ball St. 62 SOUTHWEST UCLA 103, Texas Tech 80 Okla City 94, SMU 90 (OT) Rice 104, Trinity (Tex.) 75 FAR WEST Southern Cal 60, San Francisco 51 Utah St.. 70, Bringham Young 67 Colo. St. 72, Utah 54 Oregon St. 65, Washington 48 Seattle 64, Los Angeles Loyola 45 Former Golf Whiz Is Whizzing Again By P. D. EtDRED SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - For Jackie Burke, life may be beginning again—at 40. The one-time boy wonder of professional golf, who will be 40 Tuesday, posted his first tournament victory in 18 months Sunday when he outshot fellow Texan Don January in a stretch duel for the San Francisco International Open title. Burke, with a "worn out" left thumb shot full of cortisone, took command in the clutch with his 30-year-old wooden shafted putter and pulled ahead in the final nine holes to finish with a 4-under-par 67 for a 72-hole score of 276. The first place was worth $9,000. January carded a 71 and totaled 279, taking $4,600 as runner-up. Behind him at 280 came George Knudson, Charlie Sifford and Paul Hartley, who added one by one as the two Texans fought it out over Harding Park's treacherous greens and lakeshore-lined ? airways. Burke, son of a Fort Worth pro, a golfer at 7 an da pro at 18, was the whiz of the pro tour a dozen years ago and winner of both the Masters and PGA in 1956. Golfing's Big Three — Arnold Palmer, Gary. Player and Jack Nicklaus—were not factors, despite Player's blazing 64 on Sun- OVER 40% OF INSURED FAMILIES . . . feel they have too little life insurance, and only 2% feel they have too much. I can help you make a realistic appraisal. SPECIAL AGENT ROBERT L. SHIELDS Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 "Because there IS a difference" The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. day's round. The handsome South African's 7-under-par finish was a record for the tournament but gave him no more than a tie for ilth at 283. Palmer slipped to a 74, puting him in a tie for 19th at 285. Nicklaus was eliminated at the halfway point Friday. The hefty U.S. Open champion, plagued by bursitis of his left hip, failed to score well enough to make the 36-hole cutoff after finishing in the money in 28 straight tourneys. Leading scores and money won: Jack Burke Jr., $9,000 70-69-70-67—276 Don January, $4,600 70-70-68-71—279 George Knudson, $2,633 69-71-69-71—280 MONEYivMAI fftt toihvfe youHint-ff No need to leave home or work when you want money! Use BENEFICIAL'S convenient Loans-by-Mail service. Fill in and mail'the coupon below ... or phone and ask for a loan. The minute your loan's arranged you'll get a check in your mail box. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY NAME ADDRESS. CITY AMOUNT. PHONE. NEEDED BY. 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