Great Bend Tribune from Great Bend, Kansas on December 9, 1964 · Page 21
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Ten Inducted Into Grid Hall Of Fame NEW YORK CUPI) Ten j The gold medil wrd, the men were inducted into the : highest individual honor which football Hall of Fame Tuesday i tbe National Football Foundi - night and Notre Dame was pre - ' tion and Hall of Fame can be - scnted the MacArthur Bowl as stow, was awarded to Donold the outstanding college team of Bradford Lourie, a Princeton 1964 ! quarterback o the early 1920s. Former Army and Dartmouth High School i W infield) 38 Downs 67 Olen EMer 40 Jamestown 44 Aurora 26 Circleville 80 Mayrtla 47 Phillipsburp 78 Smith Center 61 Ovrrbrook 35 Well. - ville 5.1 Roxbury 63 Central (McPher - son) 44 Brookville 37 St. John's Military 29 Gardner Osa J..hn - eatonne .' F.ll. - worth K? I.indsborg l!l Paxico TO Wheaton 52 Melvern 80 Waverly 58 Jewell 48 Montrose 28 Barnes 58 Greenleaf 54 Alma 64 Luckey 56 Cawker City 50 Simpson & Delia 51 N'etawaka K Wakefield 65 Jliliord 20 Luray C2 Dorrance 23 Argonia 55 Norwich 46 Eucklin 67 Spearvjlle .".9 Coldwater 60 Oreensbur; X Inman 55 Little River .17 Offerle 55 Hanstcm 48 Gypsum 61 Wimlom 14 Galva 58 Bentley 48 Axtell 56 Vermillion 46 Southeast (Cherokee - 6 - 1 Ri ton 60 I'omina 72 Williamsburg 56 (.aniett 63 Paola 58 Horton 47 Powhattan 13 Centre KH St. Xaeier ;Junc Goessel 5!) Hope 58 1 ain iew 73 RobiR.son jn Pieasanion f'8 Blue Mound 55 Chapman 55 Ilerington 41 Kismet 63 Ensign 51 Sedan 59 L'urcka 56 Edna 61 Chetopa 56 Arcadia - 18 EUmore 57 Altoona 53 St. Patrick's (Parsons) 36 Colony - 79 Welda 41 Agenda 68 Mahaska 51 Parsons 67 Independence 45 Glasco 74 Miltonvale 49 .Maple Hill 72 Emmctt 44 Russell 47 Hays 45 Kincaid 74 Westphalia 51 Wichita South 55 Wichita Ka - l paun 53 Greeley 70 La Harpe 31 St. Joseph's (Hays) 61 Hill City1 45 Northern Heights 72 Neosho Rapids 55 Fulton 87 Mulberry 64 Stilwell 43 Fontana 39 Wamego 77 Onaga 39 Prairie View 70 Herndon 62 St. Paul 54 Thayer 30 Highwand 50 Wathena 39 Edgerton 49 Kansas School for Deaf (Olathe) 39 Coffeybille 66 Altamont 47 Frontenac 63 Arm a 32 .Corning 54 Summerfield 41 Goff 85 Willis 43 Longford 66 Bennington 40 Johnson 57 Coolidge 38 N EWSP aperBRCHIVEc football Coach Earl (Red) Blaik was the only coach honored at ; the Hall of Fame ceremonies. The players inducted into the m Hall of Fame were Charlee VrArOt Carroll, Wisconsin halfback JvUlvJ 1 (1926 - 28); Bob Herwig, Califor nia center (1935 - 37): Ray Ev - Kansas High School Basketball . ans, Kansas halfback (1941 - 42 Results and 1946 - 47): Pooley Hubert, Bv United Press International Alabama fullback (1922 - 25); Great Bend 54 Pratt 47 Dighton 70 WaKeeney 41 Lurav 62 Dorrance 23 Larned 53 Stafford 35 Burdett Tr Radium 47 Kinsley 44 Mullinville 35 Claflin 38 Otis 34 Ellis 61 La Crosse 58 Paradise 81 Cordell 65 SfperrTneSV6,t Aw - rd. - J. t ...inn oq t jnu'nnH iq to the 1964 seholar - at hlet es, JIoundCity 75 Prescott 71 "se J?a'er h cmbl"i Hugoton 80 Satanta 60 Langon Lea, Princeton end and tackle (1893 - 95); Bill Mal - lory. Yale fullback (1922 - 25); Charles Rinehart, Lafayette guard (1894 - 97); Kyle Rote, Southern Methodist halfback 11948 - 501 and W. Earl Sprack - ling, Brown quarterback (1908 - Long Island 80 Stamford (Neb.) ou "'"s - ? Jarbalo 64 Auburn 63 Parker 100 La Cygne 37 Kendall 60 Moscow 39 Ingalls 90 Pierceville 34 Plains 49 Beaver (Okla.) 46 i academic standards. This list ! included Ken Cousens of Amherst, Charles Zadel of Army, Torn Bell of Clemson. Arnold ! Chonko of Ohio State, Ron Oels - chlager of Kansas. Horse Paul of Houston, Mel Carpenter of K.C. Wyandotte 55 K.C. Wash - Utah. BUI Douglas or wasmng - ington 26 ton. Cosmo Iacavazzi of Prince - Tampa 65 Solomon 58 ton, Archie Roberts of Colum - Kclly 64 St. Benedict 57 bia and Bob Timberlake of Bogue 60 Leoville 44 ' Michigan. Roosevelt (Emporia i 64 Lebo 48 Gridley 45 Madison 43 Soldier 54 Hoyt 51 (Overtime) Bern 72 Morrill 58 Troy 57 Elwood 56 Flush 73 Westmoreland 55 Coldwaler 60 Grecnsburg 33 Seattle 53 Seneca 44 Melvern 80 Waverly :,S Mankato 68 Delphos 33 t'arbondale 97 Quenemo 52 Montezuma 81 Ford 40 Pomona 73 Williamsburg 56 Goff 85 Willis 43 Richmond 43 Spring Hill 35 Ixriora 62 Jennings 53 Notre Dame (Concordia) 52 Tipton 43 Wichita East 60 Wichita North 49 Page DAILY TRIBUNE Great Bend. Kansas Wednesday, December 9, 1964 Blue Demons Take Two Games Wichita Carroll 61 Caldwell 46 Crnm Drn rc Florence 51 Remington 48 If Ulll TfUll Jli Kiowa 71 llardtncr 44 Matfield 63 Virgil 44 .Mount Hope 46 Partridge Larned 53 Stafford 33 St. Mary's (Pittsburgh J uego 48 Erie 65 Galena 44 St. .John 65 Clyilo .j? Richland 43 Spring Hill Wichita Southeast 57 V Heights 38 Natoma 53 victoria 40 Elk City 75 Peru 37 Eastern Cowlev Harrison's Blue Demons took a pair of basketball games from Pratt Jr. High, here Tuesday afternoon. The Blue Demons won the freshman game 60 - 51. afier the 7th and 8th grade team mauled their Pratt opponents 32 - 18. Craig Thurman led the Blue Demons in thp Freshman game with 17 points while Jackie Johnson was close on his heels with 15 points. Ken Bright was other Demon dou :'ratt with 16 THE NAME OF THIS GAME IS BASKETBALL but in this scene, taken during Tuesday night's Great Bend - Pratt game at Pratt, it looks like football. The four white - clad Pratt players strewn about the floor are Den Giggy (34),Wally Baker (54), Don Blanken'ship, behind Great Bend's Dave Terry, and Kenneth Fischer (22 1. Great Bond players include Randy Yowell, getting up from the floor, Randv Keller, chasing the ball, Dave Terry (45) and Danny Hixon at right, ' (Tribune Staff Photo by Tom Van Brimmer) Great Bend Moves Easy Victory Over By DAVID De LAND Sports Editor PP. ATT - One might that the turning - point in Great Bend - Pratt game the opening to - , up. . . .G Bend's Black Panthers con led it and the game as moved to an easy 54 - 47 ' Central Kansas League vie! here Tuesday muM. Great I is now 11 in WLKL and for the season. baskets by th. Handy Yowell ; lurns. Harrison 12 11 23 It 60 Thp Frogs were s Pratt 10 16 12 1257 'hey did not break The Harrison 7th and 8th ice until midway t grade team led the entire way first period. Tyler as they bombed a cold Pratt a set - shot from tram 32 - 18. and the Frogs decii Stee Rogers led Harrison hall, with 14 points. Jul' Ackley was But they had a high lor Pratt with 18. facing them, as the Harrison 6 13 10 332 Pratt 3 7 4 418 if if iH IL H M - fl HttP BALL SCRAMBLE Great Bend's Sebon Reed (53) and Pratt's Wally Baker (54) scramble for a loose ball in the Great Bend - Prsttt game, Tuesday night. Randy Yowell (23) is the other Great Bend player, the Pratt player at right is Dwaine Caes. Great Bend won 54 - 47. pared hy a torrid first half performance of guard Jimmy Keith and tentpr Sebon Reed romped to a first half score others again had a cold straight game, this only 8 points To Pratt Big Eight Fullbacks, Underclassmen Enjoy 1964 Football Season KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) - The 1964 football season was the year of the underclassmen and fullbacks in the Big Eight Conference. Six of the eight individual statistical champions will return next year and for tbe first time in league history the top two rushers were fullbacks. Five of the individual crowns ! went to juniors, including Okla - 1 homa State's Walt Garrison who won the battle of fullbacks over Oklahoma's Jim Grisham for the rushing title in the closest race ever recorded by the conference in this statistical category. Grisham out - gained Garrison, 84 - 62, in a face - to - face showdown between the two in the season's finale. But Garrison's 27 - yard pad going into the game was enough to give him the title, 730 - 725. All - America halfback Gale Sayers, who was bidding for an unprecedented third consecutive rushing crown, finished third with 633. Sayers, the league's most prolific rusher with 2,675 yards in three years, was one of three halfbacks to finish in the top nine . Lane Repeats Missouri quarterback Gary - Lane repealed as total offense champion but lost the passing crown, he captured last year as a sophomore, to Nebraska's rookie signal caller Bob Church ich. Lane's total offense mark was 1,202 (770 passing and 432 rushing), almost 200 yards ahead of his leading 1,010 mark of last year. Glertn Baxter, Oklahoma State quarterback, finished second with 1.084 and Churchich third at 1,045. Other junior winners in addition to Garrison and Lane were Nebraska's Freeman White, titlist in pass receiving with 17 grabs for 348 yards; Oklahoma's Larry Shields, champion in punt returns with 14 for 228; and Oklahoma S!at's Larry Elliott, twice winner in kickoff returns with a league record 561 yards in 21 Great Bend will host Russell carries, in a WlKL game Friday, Dec. : This, coupled with his 437 of 11. last year, gave Elliott a league Grrat Bend 16 19 8 U 54 career mark of 998 with a :5 20. ; pratt 9 11 11 16 IJ year's eligibility left, nther roach Jim Ncbergall i Great Rend Keith 18, Yow - Churchich. who took over for itiited freelv in, the last ell 11, Uriel 5. Burns 7, Reed 8, the injured Fred Duda in Neb periods, and" it showed in Krause 5, Keller 0, Hixon 0, raska's third game, hit 33 per punter scores. Terry 0. cent of 102 aerials for 893 yanH Pratt Woodrow 10. Fischer to take tne passing crown, jjax - 12. Maker !). Harris G, Cales 10. ter was second in nth ling up the period with Blankenship (J, Giggy 0, llend - .... . . ii!t Prntt virnren CM .SOU U. l"ul 1,11 " nit l iatt scored fl spv(n tmlchdown passcs u'r coach Ncbergall dc - ly called for a stall in rlh period, but the Frogs if ball away on several ris to out - score the Pan - l the ioiirth quarter, 16 - 'rait second half ef fort proved In be too little too late. The first half bulge built up enough for the margin of victory although it was only by - seven points. For the second consecutive lime, Jimmy Keith. The 510 senior guard banged in nine field goals to lead the Panther scoring attack. Randy Yowell was the only other Great Bend player to score in double figures. Yowell scored 11 points on five field goals and one free throw. Pratt had three players in double figures. Ken ! lschi the Frogs with 12 points, Tyler Woodrow and Dwaine ( ales who kept the Frogs in the game most of the evening, each wound up with 10 points. Great Bend won the B' game with virtual ease, 66 - 47. Lynn Baxter, a 6 - 2 Junior led the way with 21 points. Piersall's Wife Claiming He Used Vile Language anee. The suit field Tuesday in Superior Court asked custody of the couple's seven daughters and two sons, ranging in age from four months to 13 years: all community property and weekly support. She estimated Roosevelt Loses Pair At Dodge while craig Bryant paced the losers j wun s points, oreni uaum was high for Dodge City with nine. Roosevelt 3 6 6 Dodge City 13 9 4 Pratt T Team Edges Great Bend nthlv expenses at $1,289. She : Boston 20 6 .765 769 also asked the court to oust Cincinnati and Baxter was third with four. Quarterback Bernic Mr Call, a Colorado rookie, had the best j completion percentage .552 1 (18 - 87). with Churchich second.! The only seniors to win sta - ' DODGE CITY Roosevelt's tistical championships were Panther Kittens just couldn't Kansas Slate's Doug Dusenhury quite tind the range, as they j and Kent McCloughan of .V'b - dropped a pair to Dodge City raska. Jr. High, hero Tuesday after - Dusenhury repeated as the noon. league's Xo. 1 punter with a Dodg - t'itv won the Freshman 43 .4 average on 61 kicks. The game 46 - 33, after the 7th and 8th; only other Big Eight punter graders tripped the Panther Kit - 1 with a better than 40 - yard tens 31 - 21. Terry Prince led the Freshman kittens with 13 points on five field goals and three free throws. Mark Culver was high for Dodge City with 12, with Mike Keck close behind with 11. Roosevelt 8 9 10 6 - 33 Dodge City 8 20 7 946 , In the 7th and 8th grade game, 1 fl TL Vaw ! u rc i cm .1 ! i NEW YORK (UPI) - Crew - cut Dick Butkus, an AU - Ameri - j ca selection as Illinois center I the last two years, today was named 1964 lineman of the year j by United Press International. I The 6 - foot - 3, 237 - pound Chica - : go native collected a lotal of 108 points to outdistance Notre PRATT The Great Bend Dame end Jack Snow, who to - , 'C team, composed entirely of tailed 9 points, by a substan - j sophomores, fell to the Pratt i tial margin in the balloting con - ; C team 35 - 33, here Tuesday ducted among 259 sportswriters I night. i and sportscasters. LOS ANGELES (UPI) Out - J j u n n oitvcusuu aim mai butkus, 21, tne only repealing, fielder Jim Piersall, 35, and his ! Calcara paced the Great Bend All - America, plays both ways, wife Alary 36 are due in unit each with 10 points. On defense he figures in more ; court Dec 22 for a hearing on ; Ki( WoUf of Pratt was 'he bone bruising tackles than any i her suit for separate mainten - ; game's Jeh scorer with 19 of nis teammates and on of - poiuis, wmie uiutc ramiei au - ft.5e he centers tne ball 11. NBA Standings By United Press International Eastern Division W. L. Pet Butkus Named Top Lineman A top draft pick in both pro fessional leagues, Butkus chose to sign with the hometown Chicago Bears of the National Football League even though the New York Jets offered him more money. The Denver Bron - 1 cos of the American Football .615 1 League made him their first Piersall from the family home. Philadelphia 14 12 .538 pick but sold tneir rights to the Piersall recently moved his New York 5 18 .217 Jets, family to a home in nearby En - Western Division Butkus has tremendous range cino irom massacnuseus. ine Piersalls had lived in the Bos - ; Los Angeles ton and Hyannis areas. St. Louis The outfielder is worth $200, - ! Baltimore 000 and earned more than $40, - Detroit OM) last vear, said Mrs. Pier - San Francisco 8 8 sail in her suit. She accused Tuesdays Resnlts him of using vile and obscene ; Philadelphia 102 Baltimore 97 language in front of the chil - Detroit 102 New York 100 dren. I Boston 108 Los Angeles 98 Piersall batted .344 for the I St. Louis 113 San Francisco 93 Angels last season. His career . Wednesdays Games reached an all time low In 1963, New York at Baltimore when he was released by the Cinninnati at Detroit New York Mets. i (Only garnet scheduled) ... W. L. Pel. and speed for his size an 16 9 .640 ideal combination for the pro - j 14 10 .583 j fessional ranks. 12 15 .444 1 He succeeds Scott Appleton 10 16 .385 as tha UPI lineman of the year. 19 .296 The former Texas guard gradu ated to play in (he AFL, as did his predecessor, Minnesota tack - le Bobby Bed. 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