The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 13, 1966 · Page 7
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KWU Tops In Another Th ing By Bill Burke Kansas Wesleyan's Coyotes learned an important basketball lesson Monday night at their home opener in Sacred Heart gymnasium — never take any team for granted in the Kansas conference. Wesleyan had to come from behind late the second half to edge the Sterling Warriors 7473, the third straight thriller the Coyotes have engaged in in the young KCAC campaign. The Coyotes, who spent most of the last half trying to wipe out Sterling leads of one to seven points, finally climbed on top for keeps with 5:45 left and sailed into leads of seven points at 72-65 and 74-67. Then Sterling made one final push that netted it three field goals the last minute and one- half of action. Ken Cochran, angry club's poor showing, his cagers for "poor at his scolded mental preparation" in a post - game meeting. "I hope you've learned you can't take anyone for granted In this conference,'• Cochran lectured. Wesleyan had dumped Sterling 82-64 just two weeks ago in the McPherscn Jaycees basketball tournament. "There was Just poor mental preparation and poor movement on offense on our part," he said. Wesleyan o u t s h o t Sterling from the field, a feat the Coyotes have been able to do in all their contests. But once again the visitors were the sharpest from the free throw line, net- tin? 27 to 26 for Wesleyan. Opponents' free throws have plagued the Coyotes this season, but the Coyotes switched to a zone defense Monday and chalked up three less fouls than the Warriors. The Methodists are now 2-1 In the conference and 4-2 for the season, while Sterling tumbled for the third time in four conference tests and is 1-5 for year. the Loose Ball Scramble Going to their knees after loose ball are (from left) ) Larry Williams, KWU, John Wilke, Sterling, and Jim Frazier, KWU, in second half of game won by Kansas Wesleyan. (Journal Photo by Bill Burke) Wesleyan got away 64 shots and hit 24 for 37.5 percent. Sterling hit 23 of 56 shots for 41 percent. The Coyotes outrebounded the invaders 39-30. Sterling, which moved ahead late the first half after a seesaw battle wilh the Coyotes through the first 16 minutes of the game, tcok a 46-43 lead to the dressing room. In the second half the Warriors once built a lead of seven points, 56-49, but the "magnificent splinter" t Phil Coleman, provided the spark that brought Wesleyan back to a 61-6t tie Narrow Wins in Kansas Roundball By The Associated Press You can't make them much closer than those three basketball games in the Kansas Conference Monday night. Bethel beat McPhersbn 70-68 fn overtime at Newton; Kansas Wesleyan edged Sterling 74-73 at Salina, and Bethany barely trok Southwestern 80-79 at Winfield. In other games, Pittsburg State breezed past Maryville State of Missouri 70-60 in th* Gorillas' home opener, and St. Mary of the Plains downed Regis 96-33 at Denver. Match Points The Bethel-McPherson score was close all the way. It was 33-33 at halftime and 64-64 at the end of regulation time, then it was tied twice in the overtime. Bruce Ediger, who made 25 points for Bethel, got four of them in the extra period to insure the victory. Hal Wright led McPherson with 19. Southwestern led 37-36 at the half and stayed in front until Bethany's Dale Gorsky put the Swedes ahead at 73-72 on a lay up with 2:41 Uayed on top. left. Bethany Gorsky and Southweslern's Bob Jackson each made 25 points. Wesleyan, an 18-po ; nt victor over Sterling in an early-season tourney, found a fighting bunch of Warriors on its hands this time. Sterling led 46-43 at halftime and stayed in front until Wesleyan took over a 66-64 on Frazier's shot with 5:45 John Wilkey led Sterling 24 points. Ph ; l Co'mena left, with got 19 for Wesleyan. Bethel and Wesleyan are Z-I In (he conference, Bethany and Southwestern are 1-2, Sterling 1-3 and McPhcrson 0-3. Pittsburg's Dave Niegsch made 20 points and took 21 rebounds as the Gorillas out-hustled Maryville. Pittsburg shot more often and had a big 55-53 edge in rebounds. Pittsburg's record is 2-2. St. Mary almost blew a 16- the second half to stop Regis in point lead in but managed time. Bill Hicks hit 26 points for St. Mary. Don Fortney got 22 for Regis. St. Mary has a 4-2 mark. with 8:53 remaining. Sterling went on top for the final time with 8:25 left when Bob Sims netted a free one to made it 62-61. A free throw by Jack Stoller and two by Manfred Stasser gave the Coyotes a 64-62 lead but Bill Thayer tied it a final time at 64-G4. Then, with Jim Frazier's 5:45 remaining, basket gave the Coyotes the advantage for keeps at 66-64, and Wesleyan went on to build margins of 7265 and 74-67 with 1:30 remaining. Sterling came charging back with baskets by Thayer, Jim Mosher and John Wilkey to cut it to a single point. Wilkey's last basket came at the final horn and gave him 24 points and individual scoring honors. Also in double - figures were Bob Helm, who hit 13 before fouling out with 7:47 left, and Gene Pflughoft with 13. Coleman sparked Wesleyan with 19, Jack Stoller hit 13 and Sasser scored 12. Rod McMullen, the K - State transfer student from Phillipsburg, had eight points and two of his three fielders in the front half brought the Coyotes back into the game after falling behind 25-20. Wesleyan's junior varsity won the preliminary, 102-68. Wesleyan travels to Ottawa Friday night for its final Kansas conference game before the holidays, and returns home Jan. 21 against St. Mary of the Plains from Dodge City. Big-8 Wins Four Against Outside Teams By The Associated Press Big Eight teams won their tcur games in inters«ctional basketball competition Monday night and face four more pre- conference tests tonight. Victories by Kansas State, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma State were decisive. Kansas State's defense was unbeatable as the Wildcats rambled over Indiana, 82-69, paced by Dennis Berkholtz with 27 points. Nebraska won the first of a two-game series with Washington State, 100-75, on a opening burst that went to 17-3 before the Cougars recovered. Missouri put together 28 points by Ron Ccleman and 24 rebounds by Booker Brown to claim a 94-82 decision over Detroit. And Oklahoma State, behind 23-18, went ahead at halftime, 36-28, and broke the game open in the second half to win, 78-64, from Lamar Tech at Beaumont, Tex., the only one of the four games away from home. Detroit came within four points twice in the second half, at 57-53 and 59-55, but Missouri moved In front by leads of eight to 10 points the rest of the way. Indiana tied K-State up at 19- all early in the first half, but that was as close as the Hoosiers got. K-State ran its lead to 43-25 at the half, and 80-64 with 1:28 to go. The Cougars trimmed the Nebraska lead to 49-40 after the intermission, then fell apart as the Cornhuskers went into a press and swelled their margin to 58-40. Wesleyan—74 Coleman Johnson Sasscr Wlllinms Slolier Ogrlcn Frazlcr McMnllen Smith Fg Ft T 674 1 3 2 5 2 •I n 2 9 1 3 2 0 3 1 0 0 .Sterling—73 Wllkcy J. Mosher 5 Helm 2 Copper Fg Ft F Totals 24 26 2.5 Pilugholt S, Moshor Thnyer 8 4 0 3 ^ n o 3 1 0 1 4 5 0 n 1 2 TotslH 23 27 28 Score by Halves Wesleyan 43 31—74 Sterling 46 27—73 Sterling JV 31 38—69 At Wesleyan JV .... 48 54—102 Visitors: Malesy 510. Stewart 1 4 3. Reynolds 733, Chance 101, Williamson 126, Kecsling 911 Seltz 000, Lewis 412. Totals 28 12 27. Home: Madden 311. Szydulakl 4 3 4, Picket! 752, Hclmcr 731, Irons 001, Johnson 400. Post 000, Scliott 632. EnElehnrdt 9 l 4. Weln- berft 102. Post 021, Teeter 201. UCLA Unanimous Choice for No. 7 By Ben Olan Associated Press Sports Writer writers and broadcasters. There is no threat this week to UCLA's standing as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press' major-college basketball poll because the powerful Bruins are not scheduled. Second-ranked Texas Western and fourth-rated Kentucky, though, seem to have difficult tasks ahead. Texas Western meets fifth- ranked New Mexico Friday while Kentucky faces sixth- ranked North Carolina Tuesday. UCLA was a unanimous choice in the latest poll based on games through last Saturday. The Bruins were placed in the lop position by all 36 selectors Record Hunter Turnout As 1014 Deer Are Killed PRATT, Kan. (AP) — Game officials reported Monday that ],014 deer were taken Saturday and Sunday by a record number of 5,800 hunters who turned out for the first two days of Kansas' 1966 firearms deer season. Hunter success was figiTed by the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission at 17 per cent. The total kill does not include Sunday reports which were not available from three check stations. The opening weekend deer total was substantially higher than that posted by 3,600 hunters during the opening yeekend in 1965 when 707 deer were bagged. Expect New HSgh Bill Peabody, big game project leader for the commission, said indications are the total deer kill will exceed the 3965 total. In 1965, when Kansas held Its first firearms deer season In modern limes, hunters harvested 1,340 deer during five days. for five days, closing at sundown Wednesday. Whitetails comprised the largest kill over fhe weekend, with 719 being taken. The remaining 294 were mule deer, most of which were taken in northwest Kansas. One possible cross between a whitetail and mule deer was examined at the St. Francis check station. Most hunter success came on mening day with a total of 61 deer checked by 38 commission check stations in the 33 management units, deer hunting the state, the commission said, appeared to be in southeastern -Kansas where 181 deer were checked from the Lower Arkansas, Chautauqua Hills and Neosho units. Biggest Deer The largest doer reported taken so far was a 25-pound field- dressed whitctail buck, shot by Ronald Melgrin of Wichita and Most improved area in checked through the Frankfort station. Peabody said one o[ (he nicest trophy racks was taken by a Wakefield hunter, DeForrcst Barclay. His whitetai! buck weighed 195 pounds field- dressed. Taken in the Republican unit, it had a seven-inch antler circumference at the base on inside antler spread of 22 inches and a 27-inch height from base of antler to highest tip. All measurements equalled or exceeded Boone and Crocket minimum, Peabody said. The Boone and Crockett Club is the official register for firearms-killed big game. Wouldn't You Realty Rather Have A BUICK on the national panel of sports The Bruins, 3-0, defeated Duke twice last week, 88-54 Friday and 107-87 Saturday. The ... No Colorado State. Texas Western, 5-0, held second place after defeating East Texas, Pan American and Southern Methodist. Louisville switched places with Kentucky, the Cardinals moving to third and the Wildcats slipping to fourth. Louisville beat Southwestern Louisiana and Southern Illinois while Kentucky lost to Illinois in overtime and came back to down Northwestern. New Mexico, winner over Loyola of Los Angeles and Texas Tech, advanced one place fifth. to and Cincinnati complete first ten in that order. . • *"fa 4 UJUO Michigan State, 4-0 including said today. victories last week over South has games. Houston, cr,!y K-State— 82 Ft y Frlck 52 Seytert 54 Smllh 44 Bsrkholtz 10 7 HoneycuU 42 Pino 31 Welgel 00 Arnold 0 0 I/ Sjchrumpl Tolals 31 20 14| Totals Score by Halves K-State .............. /,3 Indiana. .............. 25 Indiana— 69 Johnson Joyncr Deheer Payne Inn'iger Russell Schneider Fg Ft F 003 811 645 634 114 411 002 100 28 13 23 39—82 44—69 SHHS Frosh Top Concord ia CONCORDIA — Sacred Heart freshmen opened their basketball season with a 41-27 victory over Concordia freshmen Monday. The future Knights trailed 8-5 the first period, moved ahead 19-14 at the half and led 28-19 after three periods. A. J. Schwartz scored 17 to lead Sacred Heart. Sacred Heart freshmen go to Solomon for a 7 pm game Thursday and open the season at home at 3:30 pm Dec. 19 with Marysville. Eacrcd Heart 5 19 28 11 At Concordia 8 14 19 27 Sacred Heart Freshmen: Sctimlu 9, Schwartz 17, McGuIre 3 Gilbert 9 Burghart 3, Lonergao 7. Concordia Freshmen: Yarnall 4, Winter 4. Hepperly 5, Johnston 3, Culbertson 7, Nelson 3, South Jr. High Loses to JC , . - JUNCTION CITY — South jun- *!! m Ji!° eS , not .F lay again 'or Wgh of SalLna dropped a pair tal<cs on Qf games here Monday> ] osjng the A-game 57-26 and the B game 27-23. Clark Knight led South's A team with nine points, and Chris Knight topped the B-team with 11. South Jr. High (A) At Junction City .. 3 12 22 26 28 39 57 Visitors: Knight 9. Dlllcnder Ring 5, Kackley 4, Fox 2. Home: Self 19. Starks 14, Clark 3 Kccd 5. Glnnt 5. Clmvcs 4, Lawson 2 Oshorne 2. Martin 1. B Teams: Junction City 27, South 23 Shelley Booted From KU Track LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—Ron XT ., _ Shelley, sophomore javelin North Carolina, Brigham thrower from Wichita has been Young L Michigan State, Houston dismissed from the Kansas the track squad for breaking training rules Coach Bob Timmons Timmons said Shelley may re~ , . . - .,u.,^ aaiu kjiu-uey may re- Dakota and Wichita State, is the turn to the squad next year but i-\nlir Mrtin I f\f* wi £_fl . l • ... _ * . _ „„. „ vu ^.^ ovjuau HVAL y l!dr UUl only new team in the rankings, will not be allowed to compete The Spartans replaced Duke, during the 1067 outdoor season which has lost three of four Shelley won the javelin event in the Big Eight freshman post- ai ciiiYipcuu'on lasl year with throw of 237 feet i<H4 inches. Top Ten to play Monday night, shrugged off four technical fouls and buried visiting St. Mary's, Calif., 90-74 for its fifth victory in six starts. Send your news tip to the Salina Journal. $10 in prizes every week. CAR WASH WITH 10 GALLONS OF GASOLINE 6 to 10 GaHons .. 99c Regular Car Wash $1.49 W« Also Lubricate and Change Oil THESE PRICES ARE GOOD AN I TIME Hi-Quality lo-Cost 119 So. 8th, Salina Ifii' Men's Bowling How About That! Dean Kindlesparger, athletic director and basketball coach at St. John's, tugs on his ear and grins as he reflects on his Cadets' 3-0 record. (Journal Photo) Trinity Is Cadet Foe Dean Kindlesparger has been coaching for 16 basketball seasons. He turned out several Twin Valley league, district and regional tournament champions at Tescott. He moved to Osborne where his Bulldogs were highly regarded winners. But the former Kansas Wes- 'eyan baseball player is probably enjoying this season as much as any he's ever coached. Kindlesparger was a pitcher for Wesleyan's baseball team in the late 1940s but never played basketball. This December Kindle- sparger has his St. John's Cadets off (o a flying start with three straight wins, one over Brookville and back - to - back decisions over Brownell - Talbott of Omaha. • The Friday game with the Omaha school was a heart-stopper, a 58-56 two-overtime decision for the Cadets. It's the fastest start by St. John's in many seasons. At 8:30 pm Tuesday the Cadets take on a fourth potent foe, College Basketball By Thft Associated Trwis KAST Penn St. 65, Bucknell 57 Manhattan 101. Bridgeport 93 C.W. Post 73. Yeshlva 37 Niagara 6S. Bowling Green 57 SOUTH Alabama 103. South. Miss. R9 . Miss. St. 96, Samlord, Ala. 6fl Miss. 84. IA. Tech 67 New Orleans Loy. S7. Christian Bros. 71 American U. 10-, Old Dominion 94 MIDWEST Michigan 91, Butler PO Missouri 94. Detroit 82 Chicago Loyola )05, Baldwin- Wallace SO Kan. St. 82. Indiana 69 Nebraska 100. Wash. St. 75 Wllbefforce 83. Walsh « Xavler. Ohio R7. Tampa 38 Nebraska 100, Washington Stale 75 Missouri 94. net roll SZ Kansas statr 82, Indians fit) Oklahoma State 78. I-amar Tech 64 Memphis stale 65 .North Trx- BS Stale 57 University nt Missouri. R lla 95. \Varrprshnri: St:ite 82 Pltlaburg State 70. Mnryvllle St,it« fid Bclhiny. Kan. 80, ern. Kan. 79 Kansas Wesleyan 14, Slcrllnu Sprlncfteld, Mo. titale 78. Cnpe Glrardeau Slate 69 Washington nt SI. Louis BO. Westmlrster 66 Lincoln Unverslty 305. Ls- llovne, Tenn. 72 Tnlsa 70. West Tex™ Slate 57 Bethel. Kan. 70. McPherson 69 (overtime) St. Marj- of the Pl.ilns OS. Regln College <>3 H -UTHWEST Houston 60. St. Mary's fa I 74 TCU 87. Mex Olympians 86 ArU 62 \Vcher St. 57 TuH a. 70. W. Texas SI. 57 rritrrary M, Arkansas 80 PMU 92. Hawaii 72 Okla. SI. 78. I-amnr Tech t4 PAR WEST So. Colo. St. Col. 101. La ncs- ton. Okla. SI St. Mary'«. Kan. 66. Regis 93 the Trinity Celtics of Hutchinson. The B teams open action at 7 pm. The Cadet skipper will go with the same starters that have proven so successful thus far. A key performer in three outings has been Jim Finnell, 5-8 senior who was the hero in the weekend victories. Other starters are veteran senior Pete Papas, 6-0; Marty Corbitt, 5-11 senior; Tim Rademacher, 6-foot junior and Bob Byers, 5-8 junior. Only two other Cadets stand over 6-foot. They are Bob Brassett and Bill Collins, both 6-2 juniors. Gary Minor from Kansas State is Trinity high school coach. He'll held a size advantage over the Cadets Tuesday. Forwards will be Tony Dixon, 6-2 senior and Dana Messing, 6-foot senior. Center is John Baehard, 6-1 junior. Guards are Joe Phelan, 5-9^4 senior and Steve Ramirez, 5-7% junior. Tallest of the invading Celtics will be 6-3 junior reserve center- forward Fred Hesse. After the Tuesday game the Cadets will be idle nearly month. The next outing will be Jan. 10 against George Myer's Notre Dame Cmsaders from Concordia at the Cadet gym. Area Standings Central Kiuisaji l.pagiin League All earnes Teams W L W L Pis Op McPherson 10 3 0 1!)2 143 Salina l (] 2 2 201) 230 Clay Center ... n 1 1 1 108 92 Junction City .01 1 1 106 81 Manhattan 12 1S2 251 Emnorta 0 2 117 131 Tuesday: Clay Center at Chapman, McPhcrson at Newton. Wednesday: Seaman at Emporla. Friday: Sallna at Manhattan. Em- porla at Clay Center, McPherson at Junction City. Saturday: Manhattan nt Wichita West. A'orlh Central Kimxa< Leacue All games Teams W L W L Pts Op C-lmpman l n 2 0 1.12 107 Abilene l o 1 2 14S 177 Marysvllle 1 l 10G 101 Sacreil Heart ..01 03 12S 227 Conconila .... 0 1 n 4 202 207 Tuesday: Clay Center at Chapman. Friday: Abllrne ;4 Sacred Heart, Chnpmnn at Mnry.iviiie. Saturday: Immacul.ita at Marysvuie. Earl Foster Hurls 277 Game Kearns By Glenn Kearns The individual game took quite a pounding the past week as a near miss occurred. Five men had games in the 250s plus seven more games in the 240s were rolled. Earl Foster was the author of he near miss but he has a reward for his effort. Earl set the Split league, at All Star Lanes, on its ear by opening with with strikes in a row before hanging a 10- pin and a final wrapup cf 277 for the best game of the week and just miss the season high, held by 0. W. Lowe, cf 279. The award Earl receives is an ABC Cen- .ury patch since he was more than 100 pins over his 163 average. He totaled 619. This league had one other tiigh for the week with the Brown - Mackie team rolling a 1005 team game. All Star Lanes totaled 2852 for the best team series as the Major Scratch league had one of its better sessions. Lee Pfannenstiel missed a three - pin and still wound up with a 257 game on the way to totaling 648, including another 200 game of 214. Right behind Lee in this league was Ken Brown with 255205-639 with Pat Rooney contributing 249 to round out the best of the league. Tom Summers rolled 236 after games of 205 and 193 in the Wednesday Nile Mens league and tcok the weekly series honors with 654 on a 167 average. Comes Close Another bowler who came close is Tom Crough who came up with 254 in the Booster league. It is a shame he couldn't find one more pin someplace since he had a' 155 average. That would have entitled him to a Century patch too. He totaled 618. Glenn Fisher added 242 in this league. The First Niters Mixed leagu«, saw the mixed team highs as ; the Leftovers had 749 and thai Rounders 2069. Larry Oelschlager had 249-637 and Lloyd Dolezal 223-213-622 which gives him a handicap score of 745. This must make driving in from Kanopolis to bowl every Sunday night worthwhi5e for Lloyd and his wife Belva. The last score in the 240 level to be rolled at All Star was an even 240 by Ray Heald in the Singles-Doubles scratch league. He also had 220 and 202 for a 850 four - game total. Holiday Bowl was not left in the lurch in this scoring spree as Ken Brown came up with a big 253 in the Tuesday Nile Handicap. The Industrial B league also had an exceptional night with Dick Courtes racking up his first 600 with 233 and 203 for 612 on a 155 average. Close behind was Ray Lindsay with 244 en a 154 average and Dick Becker with 241 on a 149 average. Bethany Gets First Cage Win W1NFJELD — A layup by Dale Gorsky with 2:41 left to play boosted Bethany into the load and the Swedes went on to a narrow 80-79 win over Southwestern here Monday night. It was Bethany's first victory of the season. Southwestern had led throughout the contest until Gorsky made the score 73-72. Bethany held the lead the rest of the way. Bethany—SO FS Ft Kugua. 765 Fast Wade 532 Jackson Gregory 144 Evans Altenborg 203 McCarly Gorsky 971 Hurley Thompson 000 Wilson Rollert 212 Oehlert Brack 000 Oleen 312 Totals 29 22 19 Total* 28 21 H Score by Halves Belhany 3g 44—Kn Southwestern '. 37 42—79 Southwestern—79 F E Kt V 333 10 5 3 244 500 T 7 3 021 2 0 Q YMCA Basketball St. John's Immanuel B3, Bt. Ha.ry'« Rollins Hill. 51, Trinity Lutheran 31 We Can Restore That Showroom Glow! Ontral Vrnlrln League Teams w I, Lyons ] 0 Sterling l o Ellsworth 1 0 St. John 1 i I.lmlaborje ...... 1 j Hols'ngton .... 0 } Elllnwood 0 1 Stairorrt 0 l Friday: Klllmvcotl Hol.nlnRton at Lyons, st forr!. E'lssvorth at t-tfi Saturday: Larncd .it All games W L Pis Op I 1 107 10.1 1 1 109 130 1 1 124 10< 1 1 D!) Itil 2 1 166 15S 1 1 111 111 8,1 SI 59 101 0 2 0 2 at Llndshorc, John at Slaf. EUlnwood. \flrtroveht Knnvn* League Team \y \ A Hoxie ...................... __ 3 ^ Oakley .............. ..........' \ n n noi l [and ...... •> ) Colby .......... 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