The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 12, 1966 · Page 6
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Coyote Letter man Manfred Sasser, a 6-foot sophomore letterman from Kansas City, is expected to be in Kansas Wesleyan's starting lineup against Sterling. (Journal Photo) Sterling Is Coyote Foe When you've been on the road for three weeks, it's always nice to get home. Kansas Wesleyan has played five road games this young basketball season and finally got a chance to display its wares to the home fans at 7:30 pm Monday in Sacred Heart gymnasium. Coach Ken Ccchran's Coyotes take on the Sterling Warriors in home lid lifter that will also be • Kansas conference test. The Coyotes came home from the road wars sporting a 3-2 record, including a l-i mark in the Kansas conference. The first three road tests were nonconference assignments. Wesleyan opened with a win at Tabor, then moved to the McPherson Jaycces tournarrent .where it lost to College of Em- •poria the first round and bounced 'Jiack to beat Sterling, 82-64, for fifth place. The Coyoies opened Kan- Ms conference play by losing a 69-65 decision to the ' Bethal Threshers at Newton last Wednesday, <hcn bounced back to edge McPherson 75-71 Saturday night in McPherson. Sterling was shaded by McPherson 68-67 in the opening round of the McPherson Jaycees tournament before tumbling to the Coyotes. * * * In Kansas conference action, Sterling stands 1-2. The Warriors sandwiched a 98-61 win over Friends between a pair of Saturday night losses to Baker, 84-58 and 78-49. Wesleyan returns to the road Friday night at Ottawa and plays its final game before the holiday season at home Dec. 21 afainst St. Mary of the Plains from Dodge City. Coach Ken Cochran is uncertain as to his starters at this time. He plans to start Manfred Sasser, Bruce Johnson and Jack Stoller for certain. Coleman Injured Larry Williams or Magion Ogden will go at one forward. Phi Coleman is a doubtful starter He is suffering from a hip pointers. Sterling coach Max Oldham will start with 6-5 senior Roger Helm at the pest; 6-3 senior Gene Pflughoft, and 6-foot fresh man Doug Sims at forwards 6-1 senior John Wilkey and 5-1; senior Jim Mosher at guards. AH are lettermen but Sims Two other lettermen expectec to see action are 6-2 senior Charles Haspels and 5-11 junior Henry Cooper, Bill Thayer, 6-3 sophomore from Guide Rock, Neb., also will see considerable action. The junior varsity teams open action at 5 : so pm. * * * Ottawa, Baker Set Early Pace By The Associated Press Monday, Dec. 12— It was a busy week in Kansas college basketball with Kansas Conference teams beginning league play and Central Confer- .ence teams continuing with non- league opponents. In the Kansas Conference Ottawa and Baker have emerged as early season favorites. Both picked up two victories last week. Close behind is College of Emporia with one victory and no» losses. Kansas Wesleyan, Bethel, Southwestern and Sterling all are 1-1 in league play. Bethany is 0-1 and Mc- Pherscn and Friends have dropped their first two games. Baker has Ihe besl overall record with four straight victories. This week's Kansas Conference action begins tonight with Bethany at Southwestern, McPherson at Bethel and Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan. Tuesday, C. of E. is at Friends and Ottawa at Baker. Thursday it will be Bethel at Sterling and Friends at Bethany. K\VU to Ottawa Friday will find Wesleyan at Ottawa, and Southwestern at McPherson. Saturday night Baker at C. of E. will wind up the week's play. Central Conference teams now are 12-10 against non-league opponents. Surprising Wash burn is the only unbeaten team with four victories. Omaha is 3 and I, Fort Hays 2-3, Pittsburg 1-2, tnd Emporia 1-4. Chadron at Hays Here will be action every tttf\i this w«ek for C1C teams. ttafey night Maryvftle Slate fc at Pittsburg. Tuesday Mary- vJlle will b« at Washhurn, Oma- ha at Midland, and Chadron, Neb., at Fort Hays. Wednesday Emporia Is at Warrensburg, Mo.; Thursday Rcckhurst at Pittsburg; Friday Emporia at Murray State in Texas, and Saturday Emporia at Southern Illinois and Fort Hays at Omaha in the only league game until after January 1. Among the independents St. Benedict's appears to be the class. The Ravens have rolled over three straight opponents, including strong Quincy College of Illinois last week. The Ravers will be idle until Dec. 19, when they will be host to William Jewell. St. Mary of the Plains is 3-2, splitting two games last week. St. Mary will be at Regis College in Denver tonight in its only game this week. Tabor is 2-4, picking up one victory and two losses last week. Tabor wi'I be host to Park Friday night. Lions Sign Nick Eddy Monday, Dec. 12— DETROIT (AP) _ Nick Eddy, the All-America halfback from Notre Dame, was signed by the Detroit Lions Sunday in hopes he can provide them with a breakaway running threat. The Lions outbid Denver of the American Football League lo sign htm to a National Football League contract. Eddy was rcdshirted one year and was drafted by both clubs last year. No one would discuss contract .erms, but the money was estimated to be around $250,000. Spollighf On texas Western This Weekend By Ed Schuyler Jr. A«Mci«te4 Preu Sports Writer Monday, Dec. 12— Unbeaten Texas Western which, despite its national championship, has found itsel crowded off college basketball';, center stage by the new smasl hit on the West Coast, gets its chance for the spotlight again this week. The second-ranked = Miners, from El Paso, Tex., meet No. 6 New Mexico at home Fridaj and play Kansas at Chicago Sat urday. Meanwhile, top - r a n k e t UCLA's Lew Alcindor and cas have an intermission until Dec 22 when the Bruins meet Colora do State University at home. Five Straight Texas Western, playing on the road for the first time this sea son Saturday night_ won its fifth straight by downing Southern Methodist 71-62 behind Dave Lattin's 21 points, but once again the rave notices went to UCLA. The 7-foot-l Alcindor and his mates ran their record to 3-0 by completing a twin killing.of seventh-ranked Duke at Los Angeles, 107-87. Friday night, the Blue Deviis tripled teamed Alcindor, and he scored just 19 points but passed off for many others as the Bruins won 88-54. Saturday, the sensational sophomore was only •Joubled teamed and scored 38. He scored 56 against Southern California in his varsity debut. Following Saturday's game, Alcindor did little to help opposing coaches sleep by saying: "I am seeing some of the mistakes I'm making on defense and I hope I am correcting them." Pat Riley's two foul shots with only two seconds left gave third- ranked Kentucky a 118-116 victory over Northwestern at Evanston, 111., in another key game Saturday night. The victory followed an overtime defeat by Illinois. Two other ranked teams also had trouble before winning Saturday. No. 4 Louisville had to go two overtimes on its home court before beating Southern Illinois 70-66 and Cincinnati, No. 10, needed an extra period to edge Miami of Ohio 45-44 on it s home floor. The other three members of the Top Ten bo see action — No. 5 Houston, New Mexico and No. 9 Brigham Young — \ v on easily. No. 8 North Carolina was idle. Houston smashed Hawaii 9359, New Mexico trounced Texas Tech 80-59 and Brigham Young walloped St. Mary's of California 108-57. All three were home court victories. Hadl Plays Best Game SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-It was John Hadl'a best game of the year, as far as San Diego Charger coach Sid Gillman was concerned. Hadl got the game ball Sunday after the Chargers outscored th« New York Jets, 42-27. in an American Football League contest. The former Kansas signal caller completed 14 of 27 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns. He ran for a third tally. Gillman said Hadl's play selections were "perfect." The Standings By The A*»oriBle4 FreM Nitioul Le*cac Dallas ... St. Louis Olev«. Phila. ... Wash. ... Pitts Atlanta .. N*w York Eat lent W 9 3 8 < 8 5 8- « 7 6 4 8 3 10 1 11 Conference L T Pet. tit. Of .730 428 !32 .667 -"SI 227 .t>15 365 249 .615 28!) 312 .538 323 318 .333 259 314 .231 17! 380 .033 253 484 Western Conference xO. Bay 11 2 0 .84« 308 140 5 0 5 0 5 1 7 Baltimore Los An. . S. Fran. , Chicago . Minn. Detroit .. x-Clinchrd 615 284 212 .615 26S 185 .515 306 2D5 .364 1(3 214 .333 261 263 .308 206 317 conference tit'« 21 Saturday'! Result Green Bay 14. Baltimore 10 Sunday's Results Philadelphia 33, Cleveland Minnesota 1'8, Detroit 16 Pittsburgh 47. New York M Atlanta 16, St. Louis 10 S-m Francisco 41. Chicago 1* Washington 34, Dallas 31 Saturday's Game- Cleveland at St. Louis Sunday's Game* Baltimore at San Francisco Dallas at New York Green Bay at L-s Angelei Minnesota at Chicago Philadelphia at Washington Pittsburgh at Atlanta America* £»**«» Divlito* W I* T Pet. «». OP Boston ... S3! >727 287 245 Bulfalo .. 841 .667 320 234 New York 562 .455 281 284 Houston . 3 10 0 .231 307 367 Miami ... J 11 0 .154 181 334 Western Division XK. City 10 2 1 .833 421 259 Oakland .851 .615 315 288 San Diego 751 .583 318 257 Denver .. 490 .308 175 343 x-Clnched divston tlte Sunday's Result* Kansas City 19, Miami 18 Boston 38, Houston 14 San Diego «, New York 27 Oakland 28, Denver 10 Saturday's Game Bost-n at New York Sunday's Game* Kansas city at San Diego Denver at Buffalo Houston st Miami Pro Basketball East-rn Division W. L. Po.t Phll'plila ... 26 3 .897 Boston 21 New York .. 14 Cincinnati Baltimore 5 16 16 5 23 .808 .407 .360 .179 San Fran. Detroit St. L-uls Los Angees Chicago .... Western Division G.B. 3H ]2',i 15 2014 ft 15 14 17 21 .C90 .464 .440 .M3 .350 Pacific to KU Tuesday LAWRENCE — Kansas' bas ketball team ) bidding for national attention again after jumping off to a fast start, makes its final Allen Field House appearance of 1966 when the Jayhawks host University of Pacific Tuesday at 8:05 pm. The Jayhawks were ranked o. 4 and No. 5 in last year's national polls while fashioning a 23-4 record. Following the Pacific test coach Ted Owens' troupe takes a weekend trip to Chicago and New York to meet Texas Western and St. John's, then re- wcns home to prepare for the Big Eight tournament in Kansas City 27-30. Game On TV The Jayhawks draw NCAA champion Texas Western in the second half of a Chicago Stadum double header Saturday night that also matches Indiana and Chicago Loyola. The Kanas - Western game, to be televised by WIBW-TV of Topeka, s a rematch of last year's Mid- vest NCAA regional finals at Lubbock in which the Miners edged Kansas, 81-80, in double- verlime. On Monday following the Tex- s Western clash Kansas faces It. John's, one of the east's trongest teams, on the Redmen's home floor, Alumni Hall. But the Jayhawks we more concernd at the moment with University of Pacific, a team hubbed by four •enters off last year'* 22-6 outfit that played in the NCAA Far West regional. Big gun for the Tigers from tockton, Calif., is Keith Swag, 6-7 pivot who averaged 21.9 Joints and .18.3 rebounds a game ast year. The latter figure anked him No. 3 in the nation. Lose to HiMkeri The Tigers ripped off three traight victories before moving into the midwest to collide with co-favorites of the Big Eight. They lost to Nebraska 90-78 Saturday night then headed for ^awrence. Pacific trimmed California tate of Hayward, 76-54, Hardin- immons, 81-71, and Fresno tate, 85-58, prior to meeting febraska. Kansas took a 3-0 record into the past weekend's Sunflower Doubleheaders. The Jayhawks tagged Arkansas i 73-75, Xavier 100-52, and Ohio 'state, 94 - 70, ahead of its Sunflower dates with Florida State and Baylor. Probable Kanias Franz 6-7 T Bolmenstlctl! 6-6 p Vanoy 6-8 C While 6-3 G Harmon 6-4 G 6-8 Krullsh 6-5 DeWltt «-7 Swagerty fi-1 Fox 6-3 Parsons Tipoir — S:05 pm, Allen Field House Kansas State Tests Indiana At Manhattan MANHATTAN — After play ing Baylor and Florida State in the Sunflower Doubleheader last weekend, Kansas State encounters traditional rival Indiana in Ahearn Fieldhouse tonight. Tip- off is set for 7:30 pm. The much improved Hoos- ler« are led by Butch Joyner, a 6-4 forward and Vern* Payne, an exciting 5-10 guard. They are supported by 6-6 forward Jack Johnson, 6-7 center Bill Stenbcrg and 6-4 Erv Inniger. Indiana figures to move out of the Big Ten cellar into the first division in the Hoosiers' second season under Coach Lou Wat son, K-State and Indiana have met 19 times since 1936, with the Wildcats holding a narrow upperhand, 1&-9. K-State won 103-76 last year at Bloomington. Kama* .State Seyfert 6-7 Frlck tU Smith 6-10 Honeycutt fi.-l Berkholtz 6-1 We Startpr> Poa. K F C G G Indiana 6-1 Joyncr 6-fi Johnson 6-7 StenberK 6-10 Payne 6-4 Inniger Coil eg e Scores Boathwett Texaa Western 71, EMU « Houiton 63. Hawaii 59 Arizona St. 75. Crelghton 89 New Max. 80. Tex. 7>ch 48 N. Texas 75, Oltla. City 69 Memphla State K, TC17 M Texaj 78. Oka. State 70 F«r Went UCLA 107, Duke 87 Wyoming 77. New Mcx, SI. «3 Tulm 77, Colo. St. U. 64 Oregon State 58. Melbourne Club. Australia 51 Brlff. Young JOS, St. Marya 5? Fresno St. 71, San Diego U. 61 Winning December For Kansas State By Jim Van Valkenburg Associated Press Sports Writer VJonday, Dec. 12— "We're going to have a winning record in December this time," predicted Kansas State coach Te x Winter before the season. "We have some veterans and we're going to build up some confidence." K-State is doing just that with a 3-1 record, losing only to Minnesota by one point in the opener. A year ago at this time, K- State was 0-4. Kansas at 5-0 has the only un>eaten record in the Big Eight, >ut K-State, Nebraska, Iowa State and Colorado have lost only one game each. Big Eight teams are off to a 19-11 start in non-conference play for a .633 percentage, best n years. A year ago the league was cne game under the break- n level. 19-G«me Schedule This week's 19-gam« schedule ooks tough, with Kansas play- ng Pacific Tuesday at Law- rence, Texas Western's NCAA champs in Chicago Stadium Saturday and St. John's in New York next Monday; Nebraska in the Vanderbilt Invitational and Oklahoma State in the Memphis State classic this weekend. It starts tonight with Washington State at Nebraska, Indiana at Kansas State, Detroit at Missouri and Oklahoma State at Lamar Tech. Nebraska looked gcod in spoiling Pacific's perfect record Saturday night, 90-78, Colorado beat Air Force 72-62 at Boulder even without top scorer Pat Frink, K- State ripped Florida State 81-58 and Kansas beat Baylor 68-56 to complete a two-night sweep In the Sunflower doubleheader scries. St. Louis edged Missouri 73-71 in overtime and Oklahoma State lost 76-70 at Texas as the Big Eight came through with a 4-2 record. A crowd of 15,500 turned out at Allen Heldhouse in Lawrence to see the first sweep for the two Kansas teams since 1959 and third in the 10-year series history. Faces 22 Errors The Nebraska press forced 22 errors by Pacific at Lincoln and Tom Baack hit 26 points. Colorado got 25 points from Lynn Baker in overcoming a 38-47 deficit. K-State's Dennis Berk- ho'tz had a career high of 21 points and Galen Frick pulled down 14 rebounds. Rcdgcr Bohnenstichl led Kansas with 16 points and 12 rebounds, roofcies Phil Harmon and Howard Arndt came through in the clutch and Ron Franz and Vernon Banoy did a good defensive job on Baylrr's Darrell Hardy. In the battle of 7-foot pivot men, Missouri's Booker Brown got 16 points and 16 rebounds, Rich Niemann of St. Lcuis 29 points and 9 rebounds. Even In defeat Missouri showed great improvement over last year. At Norman, Oklahoma beat Mexico 92-86 in an exhibition Fielder Drops Dallas In Last Eight Seconds By Dick Couch Associated Press Sports Writer Monday, Dec. 12— Doesn't anybody want to start the new year with the Green Bay Packers for company? The Da'las Cowboys, given a clear shct at nailing a Jan. 1 date with the Packers in the National Football League championship game, inadvertently backed off Sunday, bowing to Washington 34-31 on a Charley Gogolak field goal with eight seconds to play. Neither St. Louis ncr Cleveland, however,.profited from the Dallas setback. Atlanta's surprising young Falcons upended the punchless Cards 16-10 and Philadelphia, sparked by Al Nelson's 100-yard touchdown burst, ended the Browns' title hopes 33-21. Up for Grabs The three form reversals left the Eastern Conference title stm up for grabs going into the final weekend of the campaign. The Cowboys, assured of no worse than a first-place tie, can take their first division crown if second-place St. Louis stumbles against CleveJand Saturday. Should the Cards beat the .Browns, Dallas must either win or tie at New York next Sunday to avert a playoff with St. Louis. Green Bay clinched its second straight Western Conference title by downing Baltimore 14-10 Saturday and will be the visiting team in the NFL championship battle. In Sunday's other action, Pittsburgh crushed the defenseless Giants 47-28; San Francisco drubbed Chicago 41-14 and Minnesota trounced Detroit 28-16. Gogolak's 29-yard field goal decided a free-wheeling offensive due] between the Redskins, led by veteran passer Sonny Jurgensen, and the explosive Cowboys. The Cowboys, who had nipped the 'Skins 31-30 in their first meeting on a last-ditch field goal by Danny Villaneuva, appeared to have the rematch sewed up when Don Perkins' six-yard touchdown bolt sent them ahead 31-24 with less than five minutes to play. 65-Yard Bomb But Jurgensen struck back immediately with his third TD pass of the game, a 65-yard bomb to Charley Taylor, and the Redskins pulled it out when A.D. Whitfield broke loose on a 30-yard run to set up Gcgolak's soccer-style boot. Randy Johnston hit Ernie Wheelright with a nine - yard scoring pass, Lou Kirouac kicked three field goals and Atlanta's defense held the sagging Cardinals touchdown-less until the final 64 seconds as the Falcons won their second game in a row and third of the season. The Eagles e'iminated Cleveland from the Eastern race, scoring three touchdowns — including Nelson's 100-yard gallop with a missed Lou Groza field goal try — in the second period. Sam Baker added four field gcals as Philadelphia climbed into a third-place deadlock with the Browns. Bill Nelsen fired two touchdown passes and Bi : l Asbury and rookie Dick Leftridge each ran for two scores in the Steel- ers' victory over a New York club that now has yielded 484 poinis — an all-time record. Tern Kennedy passed for four Giant touchdowns, but the Pittsburgh point-barrage doomed New York to the Eastern cellar. Defensive backs Kermil Alexander and Alvin Randolph wrecked the Bears as San Francisco stayed in the running for second-place in the West. Alexander scored twice, going 14 yards with a fumble and 44 with a punt, while Randolph sped 94 yards with a pass theft for another touchdown. Lions to Basement Three touchdown passes by Fran Tarkenton shot Minnesota past the Lions, who tumbled into the Western basement. Jim Phillips, Paul Flatley and Preston Carpenter grabbed Tarkenton payoff tosses. The Packers won the West Saturday by overcoming a 10-7 Baltimore lead in the closing minutes and then stopping a final Colt drive when linebacker Dave Robinson pounced on a John Unitas fumble at the Green Bay 11. Zeke Bratkowski, who replaced injured Bart Starr in the second half, engineered the Packers' winning 58-yard march, and Elijah Pitts capped it with a two-yard plunge for his second touchdown of the day. Pass Receiving the Hard Way Oakland Raiders 1 Billy Cannon is flat on his back behind goal line as he tries to catch pass from Tom Flores during game with Denver Broncos Sunday. He couldn't hang on to it. Boston One Away From Loop Title By Ron Rapopori Associated Frew Sports Writer Monday, Dec. 12— A van from a Buffalo radio tation sat in the cold outside lice Stadium, its electric sign hopefully flashing encouragement to the Houston Oilers, who vere inside doing battle with the Boston Patriots. It was a futile gesture. If Bufalo is gcing to get any help in »vercoming the Patriots for the American Football League's Eastern Division championship, t will have to come from New r ork. The Oilers just weren't equal to the task. Boston's 38-14 crunching of toislon was as solid a game as Cadets Home Tuesday Night Salina's three high school earns vdll play three games this week, two on home boards. Tuesday night the fast-start- ng St. John's Cadets will be at lome against St. Teresa cl Hutchinson. Coach Dean Kindlc- parger's Cadets have won their irst three games in one of the fastest starts in recent St. John's history. The B teams open at 7 pm Tuesday, the varsity game is about 8:30. Abilene Here Friday Sacred Heart's Knights are home Friday night for their first North Central Kansas league home game in school history against the Abi'ene Cowboys. Abilene is 1-0 in the league and Sacred Heart is 0-i. Salina's Mustangs will travel to Manhattan Friday to test the Indians, predicted to give McPherson and Clay Center a run for the league cro«n. the Patriots have put together this season. They piled up 31 first downs and never had to punt. Quarterback Babe Parilli completed 15 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns! And Jim Nance, already the top ground gainer in the history of the league, wasn't exactly idle. The big fullback gained 146 of Boston's 185 yards on the grcund including a 57-yard touchdown dash in the third quarter. Small Turnrut Only 17,100 braved the cold weather that a bitter wind had blown into town to watch the Oilers drop their seventh game in a row. Buddy Humphrey started his first game at quarterback for Houston. It was not an auspicious beginning. In other AFL games, Kansas Cily edged Miami, IMS, San Diego crushed New York, 42-27, and Oakland trok Denver, 28-10. For Boston to clinch the Eastern Division title it has only to beat or tie the Jets in New York Saturday. Should New York win, Buffalo could win the crown by beating Denver on Sunday. Kansas City, which has already clinched the Western Division title, had all kinds of problems with the Dolphins, who have won just two games all year. It took a 25-yard scoring pass from Len Dawson to Chris Burford with just 2:10 left in the game for the Chiefs to pull it out. John Had! threw for two touchdown passes and ran for another in San Diego's triumph over the Jets. Joe Namath had his troubles, having three passes intercepted and all of them leading to Charger scores. Art Powell set two AFL records for the Raiders grabbing touchdown passes of 46 and 45 yards. With those catches the big end became the first man in the league to catch 10 or more touchdown passes and gain 1,000 or more yards on pass receptions five years in a row. Wouldn't You Really Rather Have A BU1CK CONFUSED? 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Foster, scoreless in the regular game, got all four points in overtime for Cincy in a 45-44 victory over Miami of Ohio at Cincy Gardens. Tu'sa used 59 per cent field shooting and 22 points from Doug Robinson to get a 77-64 'ictory at Colorado State. North Texas won at home 75-69 over Oklahoma City with rookie Bill Cutter getting 21, including four traight free throws in the last 1 seconds. Drake's troubles with the full' ourt press offset 25 points by. ary Lovemark and 21 by Boh Netolicky and Drake lost 90-83- tefore 12,500 at Des Moines. Vichita, playing probably the. nation's toughest schedule with a short frontline, lost on the- road to unbeaten Michigan State, 103-68. TuJsa plays at Wert Texas State and Memphis State fa at North Texas Stat« tonight. KIRBY Safes & Service At Salina Boat & Motor 534 S. "Broadway TA 7-2267 TRY THIS NEW LINCOLN WELDER • Weld • Cut • Solder • Hardsnrfacc • Build Equipment • Make Repairs! 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