Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on January 30, 1964 · Page 4
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Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, January 30, 1964
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Shockers-Cincy Tilt Crucial Valley Test WICHITA fAP) — Cincinnati's i winning streak on the line, six-year reisn in Missouri Val- ' Cincy twice has lost long win- Icy basketball is over, but the ning streaks on the Wichita Bcarcnts can spoil Ihings for i court. Last year, Wichita ended seventh-ranked Wirhila, the unbeaten Valley leader when they meet tonight at Wichita. Coarh Ralph Miller's Shockers 5-n in the Valley and 14-.1 for all games, will put an eight-game sports s.'ofe a 37-game streak, 65-64, with Dave Stallworth scoring his career high of 46 points. The previous year. Wichita snipped a 27-same string, 52-51. "* ha* one of the great Rural Cagers Play Friday TIU'KSnAV Baskr>tl)all: Tli?-<' ri'cri'Mlonnl Inn- RUP pntue.x nl H"ii f!rlninl"V Uyen Hnntn Fe Mntovs .if DocrflnM v.= . ftir-nund Furniture nt 7:30 p.m. Dirk"' Dairy v*. Itignlls nt R:'M p.m. Ear!> G6 Service vs. Fuller Brusli nt 9:1)0 p.m. EowllnR: Coffee LOOKUP nt 9:1f> s'.in. Atlilctlr LenKiie fnr mnn and i w , _ io f p|., m pi| r jnrnln at Tumblewce.l L-ntrut- for women, both | Water IS at 1 lymeil, uncoin ai Rt nlKMt. All a' (;••.'••!! Bowl. KHIIIAY Hn«kr'tb:ill: (Jjirdeii City lio?tn Hnc- poll li Wc."t Out nil Knnsas L"iieii" triune. Il-tenni von lent starts at 0:'IO More bnskctball action is scheduled Friday during the fourth weekly round of play in the Finney ! Robertson and Bradley's County Kural Grade Schools ; Walker. Stallworth League. All eight league members are scheduled for action. ShaJlow p.m. Wredlllnc: I'.iml'-n City IllKh B- loiim luflls riy:'Ff.x Illsli varsity l:i diinl rm'c't ;il -I p.m. Bii.«kelhall: "!'• |i'i:rom-ar»n games: •plc'tvcvill'' al CmillclKP. Mauler lit TVprflold. Slmlli'V Water nl K>mlnll. Inicnlta al f'upeland. Holln nt Monte- ziima Hnblotli' at Elkbart. Hulc-.mib nt Syracuse. Hntanln ill JoliiiHon, T.,n';in at Ulysses. Ness City at DlKh- tnn. IltiRoton nt Lcotl. Jctmorc at Scott City. Tribune nt LaCrossc. CI:n- •rrnn at Promotion.' Bnwketbnll: Fftur fiames tlili aftcr- tioo-i In Finney County ,Ku--al Grade Schools LOOKUP. Slinllow Water ftt rierrevllle, Lincoln (it Jonnln Barker. FrlenJ at Plercevllle. KalvoMta ^Basketball: TlirW' recreational tea- Kim samos. at Ben Grlmsley Gym. Hamilton County Jayceea of Kendall vs. Boat Seed at 7:30 p.m. School Pacultv va, 1/akln Jayceca at 8:30 pm "Oswalt Industries vs. Garden Cltv Jnyceos nt 9:SO p.m. t Bowling: Wheatbolt Len^u* for men and Sunflower- League for women. Both. «t Garden Bowl Jennie Barker, Friend at Pierceville, and Kalvesta at Thooni. Kalvesta's new gym has not been completed yet, so its scheduled home games are being played at "foreign" gyms. Lincoln and Kalvesta skipped last week's round of play. Plymell played at Jennie Barker on Wednesday of last week, moving its scheduled Friday contests up two days. ' Plvmell won the A-team game by 64-22 and the B-team contest by 37-9. Friend nested Shallow Water Friday. Shallow Water won the A- team game by 22-13 as B. Harp scored 12 points. James Blackburn led Friend with f>. In the girls game, Friend won by 15-5 as Karen Shirk scored 9 Cockriel lakes Bowling Honors Loren (Buzz) Cockriel of the .Red's Cities Service team rolled : both high individual game of 232 : and top individual series of 592 at 'Garden Bowl here Wednesday night as the Classic Scratch Lea cue finished its 20th week of action. Palmer Jewlery had both best team game of 609 and top team series of 1,731. Results: Henkle Drilling defeated Rickman Body Shop by 3-1, total pins 1,533 to 1,510; Palmer Jewelry blanked Garden Belle Lumber Co. by 4-0, 1,731 to 1,415; Hed's Cities Service scored 3-1 over KGLD-TV, 1,597 to 1,518. Hank Depperschmidt of the Eagles Lodge team rolled both high, individual game of 213 and top individual series of 573 as the Yankee League completed its 22nd week of play. He and hit tallow squad members rolled both best team game of 952 and top team series of 2,761. Results: Deerfleld Co-op defeated Optimist Club by 3-1, 2,520 to 2,541; Rickman Body ' Shop blanked Conoco Service by 4-0, 2,633 to 2,511; Garden City Co-op Office downed Million Mo-i tors by 3-1, 2,626 to 2,609; Eagles Lodge bested Garden City Ice Co. by 4-0, 2,761 to 2,596; Corn Tobacco Co. topped Massey-Fer guson by 2V4-1W, 2,610 to 2,610. Bonnie Zlrkel of the Scott City Air Service team posted high individual*game of 209 as the Dust Bowlers League finished its 21st week of action. Her teammate, Lllia Shear- mire, posted high individual series of 525. Scfttt City Air Service had both best team game of 871 and top team series of 2,507. Results: Krebs construction defeated Farm Bureau by 2-1, 2,304 to 2,274; Scott City Air Service blanked Jfeohn Collins Agency by 3-0, 2,507*10 2,269; Garden Bowl downed Anamo, Inc., by 2-1, 2,102 to 2,083; Santa Fe'Ettes bested Coea-Colaby 3-0, 2,356 to 2,208. teams in the country and one of the qrcat players in Dave Stall- \vr>rth," said Ed Jucker, Cincy coach. "But \vc came down here to win." : Cincinnati has lost its last three games for a 2-3 Valley record and stands 9-f> (or the season. In Jucker's three previous years, Cincy won 82 of 89 | games and just missed an unprecedented three straight NCAA crowns. Before that, Cincy ruled the Valley during; Oscar Robertson's three seasons i in a Bearcat uniform. i Wichita can supply the knockout punch to Cincy's hopes. It j has in Stallworth the Vallcv's ] third best career scnrer behind j Cheti has a 27- point average • and the (rfoot-7 smoothie is hitting 34 per cent of hi's field shots. His career average is 23.6. All-America Ron Bonham was released from the hospital Tuns- dnv night but still is bothered I with a cough ami probably will ; j be below par. He has a 23.8 season average and by scoring three noints can move into Second place past Paul Hogue's 1.391 points in the school's list of ton scorers. Robertson is first at ''973, Jack Twyman next at 1,598- A standing room crowd of close to 11.000 is expected. Capacity is 10,235. About 100 students sat or slcnt in line Monday night to get tickets. j It's the only league game to- j night. North Texas plays at j Houston in a non-league game. \ Valley teams won two more from outside teams Wednesday Juniors Split W/f/i Ulysses Syracuse Gridder Honored Photo By Syracuse Journal Syracuse High'i Ernest McDaneld (canter) was honored recently as tke school's most inspirational player during the 1963 season. He made Player of the Week three consecutive games. McDaneld also was selected most-improved player and was elected captain by his teammates. His name goes on a school plaque with past winners. A senior guard, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McDaneld. Don Fambrough (right) of the University of Kansas staff was the banquet speaker. That's Bulldog grid coach Thad Duel at the laft. From Copclond Vikettes Drill Team to Appear points. Sharis Moore led the los-| night, giving the league a 62-24 ers with 4. The boys B-tcam game •was a 6-6 tie. Ronnie Smith scored S for Friend, J. Beaton 4 for Shallow Water. Picrccville was at Theonr Fri- won-lost record. Louisville beat Bollarmino 78-70. Tulsa clipped Missouri 94-79 at Tulsa after erasing a 15-noint Tiger lead. Rick Park had 26 and Bill Kus- day, winning the A-team game by | leika 19 for Tulsa, Gary Garner 41-18. Ronnie Barnes led Pierce- 22 and Ray Bob Carey 18 for villc, and Kelly Clark had 9 for Theoni. The girls game went to Theoni by 7-6, Susan Doll led the winners with 4 points. Pierceville won the boys B-team game by 17-11. Terry Algrim led Theoni with 7. Missouri. First bar,eman Orlando Cepeda of the San Francisco Giants made 21 errors last season to finish last In fielding among the National League first sackers. Basketball fans at Saturday night's Garden City El Dorado junior college game will get a special "extra" treat at halftime. Making an appearance here will be the Vikettes, a drill team of 20 girls from Copeland High School in Gray County. The drill group was organized only last year, but has already attracted widespread attention. The Vikettes have gone through Cage Parings Set at Ulysses Garden City Junior High cag- ers lost the main game but won the preliminary here Wednesday in a ninth-grade double-header with Ulysses. Ulysses topped the Baby Buffs 53-44 in the A-team battle. Garden took the B-team preliminary 36-29. In the main game, Garden led 13-10 after the first period, but with an 18-12 second-period scoring bulge. The visitors led 28-85 at intermission and by 43-27 at the three-quarter r.iark. Garden hit just two points in the third, that a field goal by George Carr. Free throws decided that game, for each rival hit 21 field goals. Garden made just 2 of 14 attempts at the line. Ulysses converted 11 of 22. Garden committed 20 fouls to 15 for Ulysses. Butch Knight paced Garden with 12 points, hitting five field goals. John Collier added 8 points. Wood scored 17 for Ulysses, hitting six fielders. Britton and Clarkin each scored 11. Garden's ninth-grade A-team, coached by Dale Marine, now has a 6-4 season record. In the preliminary, the Baby Buff ninth-grade , reserves con- Holcomb Plans Frosh Tourney HOLCOMB—Action gets under way Saturday night here In the first annual Holcomb tournament for nonth-grade basketball teams. The throe-night tourney takes in four teams and will be played on a round-robin basis. Each club will meet every opponent just once. Final placings will be determined on a won-lost record. Iiv case of a tie for first place, total point spread of all games will be used as a basis of determining the champion. Trophies will be given for first, second, and third places. Th« mett runt Saturday, Monday, and Saturday of next week: Feb. 8. games will be played at 7 and 8:30 p.m. nightly. Schedule for the tourney: Saturday — Lakin vs. Syracuse at 7 p.m.; Holcomb vs. Satanta at 8:30 p.m. , Monday — Lakin vs. Satanta at 7 p.m.; Holcomb vs. Syracuse at 8:30 p.m. Sat., Feb. 8—Satanta vs. Syracuse at 7 p.m.; Holcomb vs. Lakin at 8:30 p.m. 300 Bowler HernU Jerome Weiser of Dighton recently bowled a rare 300 game at the two-year-old Dighton Lane. It was hit second game of the night in league action. Ten of his strikes were in tKa perfect 1-3 pocket. The second strike and the last one were Brooklyns. The 10-pin wobbled, then fell over on his 12th strike. He has been bowling since 1955 and hi* previous top was 269 last year here. Ha won $100 from'the bowling alley, a new ball, an ABC tophy, wristwatch, shoulder patch, and another trophy. Coffeyvill« Moves To Poll's Top Shot DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) Coffeyville moved up to first place this week in the basketball coaches poll of the National Junior College Athletic Association. Coffeyville/ with a 15-1 record, had been in second place. The other rankings, in order: Burlington, Iowa, 13-1; Casper Wyo., 10-1; Kilgore, Tex., 16-2; Dodgs City 13-1; Lon Morris, Texas, 14-2; Decatur, Tex. 16-1;. Moberly 12-4; Broome Tech, I N.Y, 14-2; Trenton, N.J., 13-2; ' Independence, Kan., 11-2. their routines at a number of major events.. Idea for forming such a group was originated by two teachers in Copeland last year. One was Mrs. Robert Schmitt, grade school principal and fifth-grade teacher there. Her husband is now in his second year as Copeland High principal. Other teacher was Mrs. Lona | Leist, who taught music at Copeland schools for one semester. She had formerly been at Kismet and had formed an informal girls marching group there. Mrs. Schmitt is now co-sponsor of the colorful Vikettes, along with Mrs- Lowell Young, first- grade teacher. Last year's original group had 1" girls One more hascbeen added this year. H^ad captain is Jerra Kleysteuber, a sophomore. Her co- captain is freshman Martha Unruh. The girls are clothed In reversible orange and black uniforms. They wear white blouses, white glides, and white shoes. They go through their paces i to mu«ic which has been tape re- ' corded. They have several orig- i inal routines. They do difficult variations at each show. ta»t year th« Vikettes put on eight shows. They were In the homecomin" oarade for North- west»rn O'/'«homa state at Alva, and in the Liberal Christmas parade. The a'so performed for two home Viking footb«U games and three hom° basketball games. One of their b''eg":;t rounds of ap- nlati'se came at (he annual Sinta Fe Trail League basketball tour- nev at Ensign. This year as their fame spread, the girls have given even more •^ows. T hev performed at each of Copeland's three' home football games anH have marched at several home basketball con; tests. '• Tl"?v returned to Alva, Okla., for the college narade—and were j also aske-t to give a soecial performance later that day. i The Vlktttet mad* a big hit | again at the SFTL tourney, at j Moscow this year. On Dec. 28 | they drew loud applause at Hut, ehinson's huge Sports Arena, oer- j forming for a junior college basketball audience. Junior college officials here Invited the Vikettes to make their first Garden City appearance. A number of juco studevts here are from the Cooeland, Montezuma, Sublette area. ULYSSES—Pairings have been drawn for the annual Ulysses tournament for ninth-grade basketball tournament The colorful meet runs three days and will feature eight teams playing eight games. Dates are Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday of next week. No games will be played on Friday. Afternoon and night Sessions are slated on Wednesday: four games in all. Those are first- round contests, and losers are eliminated from further tourney play. The afternoon sessoion matches , Sublette and Guymon, Okla., at 2 p.m., followed) by Elkhart against Liberal at 3:20 p.m. Night games pair Hugoton and Johnson at 7 p.m., and Ulysses and Leoti at 8:30 p.m. Two games are slated for each of the final nights. Thursday's contests are semi-finals. The Guymon-Sublette winner plays the Liberal-Elkhart victor at 6:30 p.m. Thursday At 8 p.m., the Hugoton - Johnson winner plays the Ulysses-Leoti victor. The championship game will be at 8 p.m. Saturday, preceded by the third-place game to 6:30 p.m. Officials will be Spain and Fisher, both of Lakin. All games will be in Ulysses* huge gymnasium, rated one of Southwest Kansas' finest faft • fjurrfen Clt? Thursday, January 10. tinued unbeaten, posting their seventh victory of the season. Don Powell is coach, Garden led by 5-4, 14-5, and 3816 at the stops in that game. The Baby Buffs had a 1C-7 field - goat margin and converted 4 of 14 free shots. Ulysses hit 15 of 27 at the line. Ted Robertson led Garden with 14 points, 12 from the field. Steve Nelson added 8. For Ulysses, Clark and Gary Binney each scored 11 points. Next action for the Garden ninths is Monday at Liberal, another twin bill. The B-team game will start at 6:30 p.m. Casey Stengel is getting to the Hall of Fame next summer. His Mets are scheduled to play the Washington Senators at Cooperstown, N. Y., on Monday, July 27. More Sport s on Page?? Leoti Tourney Set to Start LEOTI - Action starts this weekend in the first annual Endurance Classic at Leoti Lanes. Bowlers from throughout Southwest Kansas have indicated they will take part. The meet runs Saturdays and Sundays for the next four weekends, winding up on Sunday, Feb. 23. Bowling will be on a handicap basis, with separate men's and i women's divisions set up. Men \ bowl 18 games, women 10. I Entry closing date is Feb. 21. | Men may bowl at 7 p.m. on Sat\ urdays or 10 a.m. on Sundays, Women bowl at 4 p.m. on Sun; da vs. Entry fee is $15 for women, $20 for men. Scott Beavers Move to Fourth Place John Carpenter captained the Dartmouth soccer team this season. He also captains the Big Green hockey team. Scott City High's Beavers — ated by many sports followers as Southwest Kansas' top basketball club — have finally caught the eye of pollsters. The Beavers zoomed up to fourth place in Tuesday's weekly Class A ratings of the Topeka Daily Capital. The Wichita Eagle, however, continues to bypass Scott. Coach Roland Delay's Beavers lost two of their first three starts this winter—but have bounced back for a string of 11 victories in u row. Scott opened with a 10-point $9-49 decision over class AA Garden City. But tlva Beavers were upset in their next twc outings. They lost to long-time rival Dighton by 54-M and at Ness City by 58-5!). 9ut th« Btavm caught fire then and have been unbeaten 1 since. First thev rapped a guod Tribune squad by a huge 43- point margin. 8S-45. An 11-point (59-48) decision over Leoti followed Vhen Scott played in the annual Goodland Christmas Clas- sic. There the Beavers dropped Hoxie by 47-43. Hoxie was rated the state's finest (Muss B club at the time. U is still rated among the Top 10 in Class B with a good 9-3 record. ! Sx-ott went on to beat LaCrosse ; by 59-51 and reversed th- pre- j vious defeat by Ness City by topping the Eagles 62-55. Then i came a 41-37 decision, over al' ways - tough Ulysses on the Tig' er's home court. Three games in the annual Scott City Invitational tourney . followed. The Beavers romped '• over all three foes. They beat Hays St. Joseph by artwints (6841), Hugoton by 21 (69-43), and I Garden City a second time, by 18 i points (7S-60). Last week the Beavers picked up two more victories. They . beat Leoti again by 40-30. Saturday night they traveled to Hugo- i ton. Scott and Hugoton are tradi- [ i tional rivals. Even in the seasons i | when Scott had its great clubs, j 1 the Eagles frequently beat them.! : Saturday appeared to be an-, 1 other iucb ujwet in toe Scott trailed by 15 point, but showed its class with a rally for a 55-49 victory. Hugoton has lost just three games this winter: twice to Scott and once to Garden. The Beavers have five more regular-season games left. 1 play Jet in ore and Dightou in league contests and face Ulysses again. They wind up the regular campaign with games against two traditional Northwest Kansas toughies: Colby and Goodland. Regional playoffs will follow. The tourney will again be on Scott City's home court. Other teams taking part there will be Oberlin, At wood, Goodland, Colby, Oakley, Ulysses, and Hugoton. Winner of the eight-team regional goes on to the state Class ( A tourney at Hutchinson Sports; Arena. The Topeka paper commented' in its weekly roundup Tuesday: "In the No. 4 spot is a new- j coiner that has made a great recovery from a slow start. Scott City Is now fourth with a 12-2 re-, Tfe« Beavers were i-2 after | three games but have won their last 11." The Capital rates Humboldt (110) first in Class A, Elloworth second (12-0), and Lamed (101) third. Us top team in Class AA is Wyandotto (ll-l). Osage City (m» is rated first in Class B and Mullinville (12-2) first in Class BB. Undefeated Rolla in Class B is skipped in the Capital's weekly ratings. All-winning Cimarron is listed 10th in Class B. The Wichita Eagle agrees with the Topeka ratings on most "top dogs." The Eagle also has Wyandotte first in Class AA, Humboldt first in Class A, and Osage City first in Class B. But the Eagle has MuUinville and Prairie View (il-O) tied for first in Class BB. That paper rates Larned fifth in Class A, skipping Scott City from its Top }0. In Class B, the Eagle sees Holla as third-best in he state and Cimarron as eighth. The Eagle has dropped thrice • beaten Montezuma from its Class BB ratings this week. FRIDAY Garden City High School BUFFALOES ¥$, Rufstll * IRONCOS Gomt Timt; "I" ftww — *:!0 "A" «<•» Off* tO •TV fl.M tlNIOI MI*M SCHOOL *YM Ntw Jr. Hiajl «ym - Nt Uaiui* Vaseline White l»/4 OS. Jar Jtlly 25< Charm!* Toilet Titsic 4 K 39< Poitda Cold Cram ~45< s Jar Plu Tn Shortening Criteo 3 £ 87c Shortening Fluffo 3 a 87c Large Size Ivory Soap 2 '- 35< Medium Ivory Soap 3 - 33< Personal Sis* Ivory Soap for Deterge* Ivory Snow 3* 12 f: Ox. 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