The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 22, 1961 · Page 5
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Sunday, January, 22, I Co I ROYAL STAR, TOO By Alan MOVM Biff JACK tifc 72? 60 $oMS JfctHNb* Iff n* titum IJfOtaM Collins, Kroll Lead- Open Scores Lowest Ever PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) —Th e lowest scoring field in the 20-year history of the Bing Crosby Golf Tournament today chal- The latter came at the 475-yard, par 5 10th hole when he sank a 15-foot putt after hitting his second shot onto the green. longed co-leaders Bill Collins and] In the pro-amateur division, the Ted Kroll in the third round of! team of Dow Finstcrwald and for- play. jmer Walker Cup amateur Fred Collins of Baltimore and Kroll j Hammer of Grosse Point. Mich., of Ft. Liuderdale, Fla. grabbed;led after f.vo rounds with a best the midway lead Friday withj ball score of 60-64—124. scores of 135, 9-under-par for 36: Four teas were deadlocked n holes. The 210-pound Collins fired I stroke back—Mason Rudolph and a 6S over the Cypress Point!Curtis Person; Jack Burke and course while Kroll carded a 6-un-iGeorge Colcman Jr.; Dick Strander-par 66 over Monterey Peninsula Country Club's course. ahan and Bob Vaillanccurt, and Wes Ellis with Frank Tatum Jr. , Forty-two of the 150 competing i The team scores include the ama- pros broke par for the two rounds , tc.ur's handicaps. with five others at even-par 1-14. In tiic past, no more than 20 golfers have gone 36 holes below par. Former PGA champion Boh Rosburg entered the third round just a stroke oft the pace with ;i 69-(!7— 136. Deadlocked at 137 were Jack Burke with 6S-R9. Dave Hill 67-70 and the first-round leader Bob Goalby, with 66-71. Arnold Palmer. Golfer of the Year in 1960, hit his tec shot on the first hole out of bounds but came back for a 4-unrIor-par 68 South Houston 6 Cops 47-41 Win Over Baytown B SOUTH HOUSTON (Sp) - A sluggish Baytown B squad ab- and a 138 total. Ken Venruri, thc'sorbed its fourth district loss here defending champion, also was!Friday night as South Houston there with 67-71 along with Mcx-iposted a double win over Baytown ' "~" ~ 'after taking the preliminary 47-41. South Houston held a scant 14-11 ico City's Roberto de'Virrnzo 72 66 and Dick Sinimihan B9-69. Kroll who hasn't won a tourna-: le:id at the end ot the first period ment since 1956 fired five birdies!and was only 6-points up at inter- on the final six'holes at Monterey mission 27-21 But the squad hit Peninsula. In order his birdie putts dropped from distances of fi, 30. 7, 8 and 8 feet. He played the 17th in even par. Collins, a 32-year-oW Pennsyl- solidly from the free throw in the first half to hold Bnytmvn out of the lend and establish a margin that carried over to the finish. Baytown was back, 30-33, at the vanian now living in Baltimore, i end of three periods. fired four birdies and an eagle.J Three Baytown squadmcn hit ~—— "(the double figures as Boh Lawless sank 13 points, Melvin Alford hit U and Gary Gazaway collected 10. Crosby Sustains Third Loot) Loss As Klein Wins i Playrr HAYTOWN FG o fryer 2 flar.'tway 4 B.-II n lawless • S Altor<l '' Pni.away 0 Mason n 1 TOTALS I« KLEIN (Spl — Crosby was still seeking its first ?i",-A victory this i'u.y.r weekend after Ming to Klein, f>S-, |5^' r ^ e 33. in a district clash Friday night. : ijiwix>m The Buffs, sparked by Robert j^, 1 ,,,."' Stevens. Don Carter and John K SX M ' FT PF ft*. n 1 Trojans Outshoot Ganders, 54 Two Trojans Handle Most Of Scoring SOUTH HOUSTON" (Sp) — A combination of hot-shooting outside boys, both o£ them scoring jjjusi productive nights, set down Baytown here Friday night 54-31 as South Houston broke a three-game losing string. Larry Johnson, a 6' foot-2 inch guard and two-year letterman, banged away mostly outside Baytown's defensive perimeter for 28 points while his team mate, Charles Kirkland, fired exclusively from the flanks for another 18. The 23-point margin the Trojans piled up in the final quarter made up Baytown's woi-st defeat in six conference starts. It was also the first time the Trojans have beaten Baytown in the three-year history of the school. The Ganders had nobody in the double figures and South Houston concentrated all but 8 points of its scoring in the two guards. Roger Byers, sophomore base line post, and Robert Oliver, a sophomore flanker, each had 7 points. Ellis Smith, another flanker, hit 6 points for next high honors. Baytown was troubled by inaccuracy most of the distance, and ost a 7-6 lead early in the first period to the hot-shooting Tro- ians who had pulled into a 15-11 lead after the first eight minutes. The Ganders' most troublesome stretch was that second period when they picked up only points while Johnson and Kirk,and wore banging away for 18. But the Ganders weren't the only ones with offensive troubles, and the Trojans sweated out a 4- point third period while Baytown was hitting 12 points to close the ap to 37-27 at the end of three quarters, the closest Baytown managed after the first quarter. Touth Houston took the tip-off th;;t opened the fourth period and scored first but Baytown clung within range for the first three Bcry-7ex Roundup Ships Pad Lead, Ball Smiley Grab Upsets Brayiosport 65. Pasadena 63 Ball High 44. Texas City 42 Smiley 40, Galena Park 31 South Houston 54, Baytown 31 The way basketballs were bouncing off the rim or knocking the bottom out of the basket was stealing the thunder from the 12-4A favorites last week. And the once - placid district cage race, with only Pasadena and Brazosport in the running, was taking on the aspects of being rarely exciting down around the middle. Brazosport took a cliffhanger from challenging Pasadena in the last 50 seconds Friday night to extend to two full games the Exporter lead of the conference, and with that padded margin, to make Flash Walker's senior quintet an even stronger favorite for the title. But after that 65-63 victory was in the books, the rest of the eight- team field looked anything .but predictable. Ball High, upset by Baytown Tuesday, turned the tables on Texas City. 44-42. after the Stingarees had upset Pasadena Tuesday night, also. And at Galena Park, Smiley's upstart Eagles broke up tilt; YeliOw JciCktru bid. 40-31. Half of last week's eight games wound up in upsets and only two favorites won Friday night: Brazosport, a very slim favorite over Pasadena, and South Houston over Baytown. The loss by the Ganders dropped them back on the bottom of the standings by virtue of point spread while second place remained a deadlock between Pasadena and Texas City and third place was a toss-up between Ball High and Galena Park. Mike Prince goaled for Brazos- port with 50 seconds left in the game to knot the score at 63-63 after Pasadena, paced by Jeff Ford's 21 points, had led all the way. Then, with 9 seconds on the clock, Greg Canavan scored from the field for the 65-63 win. Brazosport hauled down 39 rebounds, and Canavan got 21 of those while scoring 11 points. Robert Walker and Glen Carroll each hit 13. Ronnie Pruitt sank 12 and Freddy Beene hit 10. With five boys in the double figures and Over Rozelle Comment— Cage Loop To Ask $1 Million Damages WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) Are the players in the Eastern w;uim range wr me urst unreel'"-'- "•- r—j«—" — —- ——-•— minutes. After that, the Trojans professional basketball League un- ,,. 'if «v*W4 m<* *** * */-rt» • nJafmvtnl fcYwif _ moved steadily away. Byers and Oliver led Gander re- xmnders as Byers dragged down LO bounces and Oliver got six. South Houston's tall boys, Jerry Eversole and Reggie Wilpitz, both 'it company for a National Football League player? That's a statement that makes the EBL's president mad enough to sue for a million. And furthermore, says Harry lifting 6 feet. 4 inches, dealt the!Rudolph, the angry president: landers' Osborne Knudson his worst night on the high post. £nudson hit only one field goal and grabbed only three rebounds. John Durham had no better luck at the post and hit only 2 points and took down three rebounds. Biggest edge for the Trojans was in percentages where they sank 23 of their 57 shots for 40 )cr cent while Baytown found on- 10 shots of its 39 that would drop. Those 10 were good for 26 per cent. The Ganders hit 58 per cent of heir free throws, sinking 11 of 19, and South Houston dropped eight of 14 for 57 per cent. Baytown had little luck with its press which the Ganders instituted rom the start. It proved to be sluggish and Baytown never got a score off it. Gander coach Jay BoIIingrr called it off just before the half and didn't revert to it again until the fourth quarter. The Ganders failed to pull the Trojans out of the 2-1-2 zone when most of their shots fell away from he basket. South Houston, on the other hand, did most of its scor- ng from the outside and Johnson eot a few shots off a drive when he Gander defense moved out to )irk him up. It \vns Johnson's best night on the loop. His previous high was 22 points against Smiley. Kirkland sorm iiorsTON FI; IT IT ri*. ................. 5 4 (i had been in the double figures s I only once before Friday night. He o hit 11 points against Pasadena. Aside from the two high-pointers. South Houston had only two oilier scorers, Wilpilz who hit two free throws and Danny Mcllhany three shots from the 19 41 Key Snlstrary TOTALS II 10 i 3 2(1 who sank field. 0 0 S a 14 (I "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Rozelle should put his own house in order before he goes around telling others what to do." Rudolph referred to Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the National Football League. Rozelle refused Friday to let Gene (Big Daddy) Lipscomb, huge tackle for the Baltimore Colts, play with the Baltimore Bullets of the EBL. Rozelle said it would not be in the best interests of the NFL to let one of its star players compete in the basketball league. His reason? The EBL has players who were Jnvolved with gamblers Strawbridge, pulled to within a single point of Klein with about two minutes left in the first half. orAirrFiw then lost headway to a press by »^ n ^™. •*.!?h™?T J S M «, the host club. ' south noonon 14 n Klein moved away from 19-18 ~ count in the final two minutes to establish a 29-1S hnlftime lead and the Buffs couldn't make up tln> deficit in the second hnlf. It was Crosby's third district loss. .Stevens hit 10 points for the; Library have ranged from unpaid Buffs while Straw-bridge and Carter each had fi. Strawbridge. at H feel, 3 inches, was the Buffs' top rrboundcr. Byers ..................... 2 S Kmulson .................. 1 ii Smith ..................... 2 2 | Oliver .................. •••! "'Kcmnlny .................. * -'str.-ntnn ......... • ........ 1 Cwhnnir .................. 0 HxrKravet ................ 0 fiurhnm .. Crosby is host to Barbers Hill Tuesday in the first intra - nrca clash of the loop race. ODD BOOKMARKS GREENSBORO. N. C. (AP) — Bookmarks found in books re- tnrnrd to the Grennsboro Public bills to snapshots. But that's not all. One book contained a sock, another a. $5 bill and another a Sl.OOO i« 47 Smith TOTALS Rebounds: Byer»—10: Ollvtr—•€: Kern- piny—1; Kmidson, Strntton. Durham—*; Smith, Durham—2. insurance policy. One woman left her husband's paycheck in a book. She retrieved it. BAY LANES MOON LIGHT DOUBLES Saturday, January 21st. "10:00 O'Clock" MIXED DOUILES - GUARANTEED POTS Handic*pp«d. Men 462/5,%, Women 75% ONLY 2.75 PER PERSON UDIE'S * MEN SINGLES OPTIONAL Plnyr MOUTH HOUSTON F« FT ] Barters Hill's Clean Cage Marie Holds Up, 46-32 MONT BELVIEU (Sp) - Barbers Hill collected two basketball victories over High Island quintets Friday night when the girls scored a 46-21 win and the boys outscored the visiting club. 46-32. Glenda Brown and Nelda Driskill paced the distaff squad with 11 and 8 points, respectively. Randy McCollum's 12 tallies along with 11 by Joe Hudec were tops for the Eagles. Hudec and LeRoy Stevens were the main performers for the Eagles under the boards. Kagles Undy Underwood and Tex Follett also turned in fine defensive performances. FO FT PP ft-, xhe Eagles grabbed a 13-6 lead 2Jin the first quarter and stood off a second quarter High Island challenge for n 20-16 halftime edge. A 16-point third quarter and strong defense posted a 36-21 lead for Barbers Hill. Unbeaten in District 26-A scraps so far, the Eagles head for Crosby Tuesday night to face a club that is still seeking its first loop victory. .0 ao 3 o 2 5 3 0 0 n n o u Kirkland 9 Kversoltf Cottula \V>'.P:tz 0 IT TOTAM 1 rn. 18 n o s 28 M SCORE BY QCAHTEHS Bavtown 11 IS J7 31 South llmiilon 15 M 37 51 Marlene Streit Eyes Third Title FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP)—Defending ch.itnpion Marlene Slrfit. Toronto. Canada, houwwiff, appeared today on the way to her third straight title in the Doherty Women's Golf Tournament. Her semifinal opponent is Marge Burns of Grcenstoro, N.C., who hasn't won against Mrs. Streit in seven outings. In the other semifinal, Phyllis Preuss of Pompano Beach, Fla., pluys Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone of Mason City, Iowa. Friday in the quarter-finals, Mrs. Streit defeated Dor Phillips of Belleville, III., 2 and 1. Miss l?uros, six-time champion of North Carolina, dropped Mrs. Barbara Fitton of Hamilton, Ohio, also 2 and 1. Miss Prcuss eliminated Mrs. Cookie, Swift Bereer of EggertsvUle, N.Y.. 1-up and Mrs. Johnstone. « two-time member of the U.S. Curtis Cup t«m, defeated M«rj?o Mlehaelis of Hollywood. Fla , 5 and 4. The 36-hote finals will b* played Sunday. while playing for college teams. Rudolph countered that he had authorized his league's attorney to file a $1 million suit against Rozelle on Monday in U.S. District Court in Nev; York. The suit will accuse Rozelle of defaming the morals and standards of the EBL, Rudolph asserted Lipscomb was to have made his professional basketball debut in Baltimore tonight against Williamsport. The game was canceled because of a snowstorm. He has been wrestling professionally during the off-season. The EBL, an eight-team "minor league," has sent 11 players up to the National Basketball Asso- Team ciation in the last few years, said Rudolph. He said this to show that the NBA, the "major league" of basketball, had not felt it would be contaminated. A spokesman for the Baltimore Bullets said: "We know the fans are for us and we hope he (Rozelle) is somehow aware of their feelings. Perhaps he will reconsider and correct what we believe to be a most regrettable injustice." The Colts had agreed to let Lipscomb play for the Bullets. "These boys," said Rudolph, "have paid their penalties and the public has accepted them. They have proven to be true gentlemen and outstanding basketball players. Larger crimes have been committed and the criminals welcomed back to society. "We have long felt that our allowing these boys to play in our | league served as a good source! in rehabilitation. They were young and immature when they marie their mistakes, misled by selfish, corrupt people out for their o\\n Canavan controlling the boards, the Ships still had to scrap for Carl Clark hit 15 points, but was | weak on the boards, Jeral Rains! hit six field goals for 12 points and Spencer Pickens sank U points and pulled in seven rebounds for Pasadena. But the Eagles got only 18 rebounds. Brazosport got 21 of its 65 points from the free throw line, while Pasadena scored only 11 points from charity. Probably the biggest upset was at Galena Park where Smiley, loser of five straight, put Roland Brewer and Bruce Engrain in the double figures for a 9-point margin on the Yellow Jackets. Brewer hit 10 points and Engram banged in 14 while Brewer, Gus Hinze and Engrain were the Eagles' top re- bounders. Brewer got seven, Hinze five and Engram, four. Donald Fain hit 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds, and George Fuller hit 11 points and dragged in five rebounds to pace the Jackets. But only four others scored and the highest among them was Gary Campbell's four points. Smiley, meanwhile, had Jimmy Ashford with 8 and Hinze with 4. Ball High, smarting from its upset in Baytown Tuesday, closed the gap on Texas City in the final minutes and won the game in the last four seconds c Texas City, minus the services of regular Don Cummings, had a sophomore, David Blanton, going most of the game; but probably the most damaging blow came when Bill Ivey fouled out early in the second half. Ivey got only 2 points before he left the court and without that punch Texas City was badly hurt Ball closed to a 38-42 tally with 3:55 left in the fame, got it to 4042. then tied it up when Walter Syers hit a pair of free throws with a little more than a minute remaining. The tors stalled until the last 12 seconds, called time and ran an out-of-bounds play that gave Syers a shot with four seconds left. Syers hit 14 points and Walter McReynolds notched 10 for the Tors, while Charles Holmsten hit 11 and Tommy Bell sank 9 points for the Stings. THE STANDEfflS H L ft*. Off. Stra. Brazosport fi Pasadena 4 SB1 314 47 324 274 50 Texas City 4 2 254 '225 2S Ball High 3 3 28S 275 14 Galena Fark 3 3 239 263 —6 S. Houston ..2 4 2S5 287 —2 Smiley 1 5 217 274 —57 Baytown 1 5 272 34R —76 SHOWING 'EM HOW—Performances like this by 6-foot-8 Jerry Lucas give you ft& Idea why Ohio State is going so good In basketball Here Lucas (11) blocks a shot, grabs ft rebound, and tries a tap-In against St. John's In New York. La Porte Splits Pair of 6ame$ With Angfeton LA PORTE (Sp) - La Porte'i Bulldogs got their second District 12-3A basketball victory here Friday night at th* expense at Angleton. The Bulldogs won th* varsity feature 49-27, but lost the B game. 36-26. The Bulldogs jumped into ail 8> 4 lead in the first period, moved out to a 20-13 count at the intermission and, though giving ground, still held a 28-22 margin at the end of 24 minutes. Morris Weir hit 11 points for *• Bulldogs and Allen Christenson and Johnny Crater contributed IB apiece. Angleton's high pointer, in a wide scoring spread, was Roy Cook with 5 points. Butch Moser turned in a good defensive night for La Porte and Frank Kitchens kept the Bulldog! in command under the boards. The win gave the Bulldogs a 2-1 district record. Jay hawks, BYU Are Victors- K-State, Utah Felled Oy MIKE BATHET Associated Press Sports Writer College basketball's road trap has snared Kansas State and Utah. The lOth-ranked Wildcats, latest member of the elite to try bucking the home court advantage, carried a 10-game winning streak and an earlier victory over Kansas into the Jayhawks' lair Friday night for a showdown for top spot in the Big Eight Conference. Kansas won 75-66. The Utes, led by Billy (The Hill) McGill, invaded Provo, Utah for a Skyline Conference game against Brigham won 91-86. Young. BYU Cincinnati's Bearcats won their eighth in succession by rapping host Drake 86-64 in a Missouri Valley Conference game, and Memphis State rolled to its 30th straight home triumph with a 70-60 victory over Murray State. In another Skyline game, Utah State edged Montana 58-57 on two foulshots by Cornell Green with eight seconds left. Idaho State whipped Western (Colo.) State 8353. Stanford whipped Washington 61-58 in overtime in a Big Five Conference clash as Phil Kelly sank a 50-foot jump shot to put the Indians ahead with 1:35 remaining. Elsewhere Oregon defeated Washington State 60-53, Oregon Ohio edged Western Kentucky 8077, Syracuse whipped Alfred 79-67 and Seatle nipped Gonzaga 86-84 despite a 37-point scoring performance by Frank Burgess, the major college scoring leader. At Lawrence, Kan., Bill Bridges, Kansas' rebounding ace, turned scorer and dropped in 24 points as the slow-starting Jayhawks (10-5) methodically cut down an early eight-point lead built by Kansas State (11-3) and took over first place in the Big Eight with a 4-1 record. The Wildcats are 2-1. Cedric Price paced the early K- State surge but Kansas, with Bridges, Nolen Ellison and Wayne Hightower hitting, pulled ahead 39-37 at the half and widened its margin in the second session. Price wound up the top scorer with 28 points while Hightower gave Bridges support with 17. BYU, trailing 67-54 with 15 minutes left, rolled back on the accurate firing of Dave Eastis and Gary Earnest to overtake Utah (10-5) with Eastis getting the go- ahead basket when McGill was charged with goaltending. The Cougars (S-8) rallied as Eastis and Earnest, scoring 32 and 26 points, respectively, whittled the Utah lead to 84-S3 with 3% minutes to go. Eastis then tossed one up and McGill, outstanding throughout the game with a 32-point performance, was State beat Idaho 67-52, Xavier ofcharged with goaltending and Utah dropped behind Colorado State in the Skyline race. Cincinnati (13-3), runner-ap to Bradley in the Missouri Valley title chase, limited Drake (10-5) to two field goals in the first 14 minutes, pufled away to a 3SK19 halftime bulge and breezed home for a 4-2 conference record. Bob Weisenhahn led the Bearcats with IB points and Carl Bouldin contributed 17 while Gus Guydon paced the Bulldogs with 15. Kansas State was the only member of the Top 10 to play Friday night but four top-rated powers are in action today on & program abbreviated by midterm exams at many schools. Ohio State's No.l-ranked Buckeyes meet Minnesota, second- ranked St. Bonaventure tackles Canisius, fourth-ranked Iowa goes against Purdue and fifth-rated Louisville clashes with Dayton in a nationally televised game on ABC starting at 2 pjn., Eastern Standard Time. NAME UTS JOB SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) -Tht sailor who answers the phone at the chaplain's office at North Island Naval Air Station says: "Chaplain's office. Christian speaking." His name is Troy Christian. His predecessor was named Lord. Four EBL players were convicted of "point shaving"—or fixing the point spread of a game to the advantage of gamblers — while playing for New York colleges in the early 1950s. They were Sherman White, now with Baltimore; Ed Warner and Floyd Layne. both with Wilkes- Barre, and Ed Roman, player- coach at Wllliamsport. White served a prison term. In addition. Bill Spivey of Baltimore was tried on a perjury charge. 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