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Buffs-Broncos Play Tonight Garden City High's Buffaloes will be looking for their second straight victory orer the Russell Broncos here tonight in ft West Central Kansas League basketball encounter set for the high school gymnasium. Coach Dave Craft's roundball- ers scored the upset of their current campaign at Russell on Dec. 6. crashing the Broncs 45-37, and the Buffs would like to make it two in a row. Reserve contest starts at 6:30 p.m. Garden and Russell first met during the 1959-60 season and the Broncos had captured all seven meetings of the rivals up until this year. Russell is the defendng state Clas* A champion and was highly favored to continue its monopoly over the Buffs. But Garden pulled away in the final period with a delay game : to record the victory. The game had been close all the way, with Russell leading 25-23 at intermission. Tonight's hosts own * 7-6 season mark, but stand only 2-4 in WCKL action. Garden is in sixth place, one-half-game behind Dodge City. Coach Amos Morris' -Broncs I are on the other end of the lad- I der. deadlocked with Hays High's Indians in third place. They posses a 4-3 loop mark and are • 6-5 overall. Triumphs have come at the ex-; pense of Hays (53-49). Great j Bend (51-48), Pratt (53-33), Hays St. Joseph (57-52), Dodge City , (60-54), and Herington (77-55). The latter win was in the third place battle for the Mid-State Tournament at Abilene. Other defeats were administered by McPherson (51-49). Larned (63-61), Abilene (48-41), and Great Bend (57-50 in a return bout). Big gun for Russell is 6-6 junior center Gene Valentine. The talented post man has been averaging almost 25 points per game, but he was handled by a fine defensive effort from Buff Bill King in their first meeting. King held him to 11 points before he fouled out and Valentine finished with 17. Filling out Russell starting spots should be 6-1 senior Gary Hines and 5-11 junior Gary Small at the forwards with 5-11 seniors Bill Rome and Steve McCoy at the guards. Craft will go with the same bunch that performed so ably at Liberal last week. Center is 6'5 ! senior Bill King, and the for- I wards will be 6-1 junior Steve Salter and 6-0 junior Tony Gooden. Back line will consist of 6-0 senior Emil Krug and 5-8 junior Melvin Rupp. Shockers Snip Cincy; Sifford, Sanders Bradley Seen as Threat Share Lead in Springs Tourney TED MEIER Associattd Prttt Sports Writer Say, wouldn't it be something if the Drake Bulldogs snatched the championship of the .Missouri Valley Conference out of the mouth of the Wichita Wheat- shockers? Far-fetched? Not if you consider that while Wichita whipped Cincinnati 62-59 Thurs- day night in college basketball's outstanding game- of the night the Bulldogs were quietly waiting in the wings hoping no one would notice their six-game winning streak and 12-3 season record. If the Bulldogs keep going the way they have and win the MVC title it would be one of the most stunning reversals in col- Conqs, Coffeyville Tops in Juco Play By OREN CAMPBELL Wichita Eagl* Sportt Editor .This could be the year of the runaway in both divisions of the Jayhawk Juco Conference basketball race. Coffeyville in the east and Dodge City in the west are rolling aong with unbeaten confer- Thriller Sets Rec Loop Pace A two-point thriller featured recreational league basketball play at Ben Grimsley Gym here Thursday night. In the opener of the triple-header, Garnand Furniture nudged Santa Fe Motors of Deerfield 3933. Ingalls then tipped Dicks' Dairy 47-45. Earl's 6G Service took the nightcap 54-45 over Fuller Brush. Garnand held off a late rally by Deerfield. Horning scored 8 points for the Furniture squad, and Hummer and Gottscalf each hit 6. E. Ploeger paced Deerfield with 10 points. Ingalls and Dicks Dairy each had been beaten only once in league play, that by the all-winning Hamilton County Jaycees. Ingalls led by as much as 12 points in that game, but the Dairymen staged a 'big rally to almost tie it. Dicks' Dairy tcortd 16 points in the last period. But a field-goal try with two seconds left to play missed the hoop. Jim O'Blenness paced Ingalls with 16 points, and Steve Flowers hit 9. Larry Zinn led the Dairymen with 15, and Jerry Wade added 10. In the nightcap, Mickey Williams poured through 21 points for Earl's 66 Service and Warren Alexander added 18. Larry Stuewe paced Fuller Brush with 12. Earl's won it with an 18-point third period. Three more games are scheduled tonight and three Satruday to wind up the week's action. Pon« Kingpetch Gets Monthly Honor NEW YORK (AP) - Pone Kingpetch, the durable Thai who won the world flyweight title for the third time last week, was named the fighter-of-the- month for January by Ring magazine today. Kingpetch outpointed Japan's Hiroyuki Ebihara Jan. 23. Ebihara dropped to the leading challenger's position. ence records after passing the midway point in the season. Coffeyville is 6-0 with only [our more loop games. Dodge City is 5-0. All other schools in both divisions have lost at least two conference games. « This is a far cry from the jumbled status at the end of the regular season last year. Independence, Parsons and Coffeyville shared the eastern title and Independence went on win the national championship. Arkansas City and Hutchinson tied for the western division crown. . . Parians ceaeh Gene Schickel conceded Thursday that "no one will stop Coffeyville from winning the division ' championship." But he said it may be a different story when Parsons hosts the regional tournament. "We don't lose many games games here," he said. Parsons won 13 home games In succession before losing to Coffeyville and Fort Scott this month. Independence (3-2), Chanute (2-2) and Parsons (4-3) are battling for runner-up honors in the east. Garden City (3-2) and Hutchinson 2-2 are still threats In the west. Hutchinson will make its bid to stay in contention for the title Saturday night when it plays at Dodge City. Garden City will play host to a strong Butler County quintet. The standings: Eastern Division W L Pet Coffeyville 6 0 .1,000 Independence 3 2 ,75( Parsons 4 3 .571 Chanute 2 2 .500 Fort Scott 25 .286 lola -- 0 5 .000 Western Division W L Pet. Dodge City — 5 0 1.000 Garden City 32 Hutchinson 2 2 Butler County 3 3 Pratt 1 4, Arkansas City 1 4 .600 .500 .500 .200 .200 legiate annals. Last year thei Bulldogs finished last in the MVC with a 3-9 league mark and 11-14 over-all. Wkhitt now 7-0 in the MVC,! beat Drake 67-49 on Jat.. 4, but j since then the Bulldogs, led by Gene Bogash of Winamac, Ind. have defeated Purdue, Bradley, New Mexico State, Cincinnati, Air Force and Iowa State. While the Bulldogs, currently 2-1 in the MVC, were keeping their fingers crossed hoping for I a Wichita defeat, the Wheat-! shockers capitalized on a break ! to turn back Cincinnati. j A turnout of 10,700 at Wichita saw the Wheatshockers turn apparent defeat into victory in the Inst 14 seconds. Down 59-5(5, a layup by Wichita's Dave Stallworth cut the deficit to one point. Then came the big break for Wichita. Cincinnati put the ball in play, but the Bearcat player who took the pass-in accidentally stepped out of bounds. Wichita took possession and Kelly Pete sneaked in a layup to put the Shockers ahead 60-59. Stallworth, the game's high scorer with 24 points, added the final two points on free throws at the very end. The closing second heroics upped-the record of the nationally seventh-ranked Shockers to 15-3 and wiped out the last faint hopes the Bearcats had of winning their seventh straight MVC crown. Wichita's td«* was on free throws, 82.4 per cent compared to Cincinnati's 56.3 per cent. Each team hit 49 per cent of its field goal tries. All-America Ron Bonham, who was released from the hospital Tuesday after a bout with respiratory infection, led Cincinnati scoring with 21 points. His season average was 23.8 before the game and he 'has moved into third place in the school's list of top scorers with a total of 1,410. The great scar Robertson is first at 2,973 and Jack Twyman is next at 1,598. Saturday, Cincinnati is at Tulsa, St. Louis at North Texas. Drake at Bradley, Louisville at DePaul and Marquette at Wichita. DePaul and Marquette are non-conference opponents. Duke, No. 8 in The Associated Press poll, downed South Carolina 80-67 and Villanova, No. 6, romped over American U. 84-49 in other games involving the AP's Top Ten. Jeff Mullins' 25 points led Duke, now 12-3 to its 25th straight Atlantic Coast Conference victory. Villanova, now 15-1 broke loose with a 48-point second half behind the combined 40 points of Richie Moore and Wally Jones. PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (AP) —After the first round of the $50,000 Palm Springs Golf Classic. Charlie Sifford was in a first • place tie with Tommy Jacobs. After the second round, Sifford was tied for the lead with Doug Sanders. Visiting the press room, as tournament leaders customarily do at the end of each round, Sifford announced Thursday that he didn't feel fit to be tied again. "I'll b« back by myself tomor- j row." Sifford promised news-1 men after reviewing his one- under-par 71 in round two of the 90-hole event. With 36-hole scores of 137, Sifford and Sanders were two shots ahead of their nearest rivals. Sifford shot a six-under-par 66 Wednesday and Sanders had rounds of 69 and 88. The tournament is being played on four different desert courses simultaneously. Par at each is 72. There was a four-wav tie at 139 among Bob Goalby, Bob Charles, Dean Refram and Gene Littler. Littler shot a 68 Thursday, Refram had a 69 and Goalby and Charles shot 72s. Jacobs, Z*ll Eaten and Don January were tied at 140. A stroke farther back were Bob A d a m s o n, Dick Hart, Dave Marr, George Knudson and Art Wall Jr. Arnold Palmer, who shot a 78 Wednesday, had a 71 Thursday and was a dozen strokes behind the leaders going into today's round. Jack Nicklaus wasn't much belter off. He was 73-72— 145. fit* Friday, January 31, If44 Telegram Photo Down Wifh a Rebound You're looking at one of the -reasons why Garden City Junior Collage's basketball fortunes have taken a turn for the better: improved rebounding. Nabbing a carom in the recent upset of Hutchinson here is Garden's Willie; Shine. That's Kent Martin at the l«ft, with Louis Morton looking on in the background". The Hutch player taking it all in is not identifiable. Garden tries to stretch its string of consecutive wins to five here tomorrow ni'ght against tough El Dorado JC. sports slate Russians Pace Winter Olympics Basketball \ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fairfield, Conn. 74, CCNY 69 Coast Guard 82, Bridgeport 77 Massachusetts 82, Colby 77 Duke 80, South Carolina 67 Centenary 83, Richmond 69 Wichita 62, Cincinnati 59 Omaha 77, Rockhurst 73 No. Texas St. 66, Houston 65 Arizona 83, Arizona St. Col. 71 Emporia State 85, Springfield State 65 Missouri Valley 79, Kansas City National 75 Washington of St. Louis 83, Wayne State (Mich) 71 Junior College Wichita Freshmen 67, Arkansas City 65 FANFARE Walt Ditien KltlDAY Basketball: Garden City hosts Russell in We.^t Central Kansas League same. B-tcain contest starts at 6:30 p.m. Wrestling: Garden City High B- tetim hosts Ulysses Iligli varsity In dual meet at 4 p.m. Basketball: TelegraJn-area games: Piercevilll' at Coolidge. Mauler nt Deerfield. Shallow Water at Kendall. Ingulls at Copelaml. Holla nt Monte- zumn. .Sublette nl Elkharl. Holcomb at Syracuse. Satanta ut Johnson, Lakin at Ulysses. N<*s City at Dighton. Hugoton at Lcoti. .letmore at Scott City. Ti-ibune at LaCrosse, Cl:n- arron at Protection. Basketball: Four flumes this after- iioo-i in Flnney County Rural Grade Schools League. Shallow Water at Pierceville, Lincoln at Jennie Barker, Friend at Piercuvilie, Kalvesta at Theoni. Basketball: Three recreational league frame.-! at Ben Grimsloy Gym. Hamilton County Jaycees of Kendall vs Best Seed at 7:30 p.m. School Faculty vs. Lnkin Jaycees at «:.iO p.m. Oswalt Industries va. Ganlen City Jaycees at 9:30 p.m. Bowling: Wheatbelt League for men and Sunflower League for women. Both at Garden Bowl SATI'HIIAV Basketball: Garden City Junior College hosts El Dorado In Western Division Jayhuwk Juco Conference game. Copeland High Vike.ttes pre- | sent special linlftime show. Wrestling: Garden City High hosts Kinsley in dual meet at 6 p.m. as preliminary to junior college uasket- "Baskctball: First night of play In first annual llolromb tourney for ninth-grade teams. Games at 7 8 'Bowl'ing: First annual Endurance Classic starts at Leoti Lanes. Men » and women's divisions. Bowling on Saturdays and Sundays for next tour WI BowmiK: Junior League at (I a.m., Prep League at 1::'.0 p.m. Open bowling rust of the day. Basketball: Three recreation league games at Ben Griinsley t»ym. Dicks' Dairy vs. Santa Fc Motors of Deerfield at 7:3U p.m. «">-iian.l I-ur- niture vs. Fuller Brush at 8::IO p.m. Ingalls vs. Best Seed Co. at 9:.,0 '''Basketball: Telegram-area teams: Cimarron at Kinsley, Coolidge al PlainvifW, Colo.^ Bowjing: Aimual city tournament for me-i and women Ueglei's gets under way at Garden Bowl. T.mniey runs through next Sunday. Men and women both bowl at 1 p.m. today. Bowling- Finish of first of four weekends i:i first annual Endurance, Classic at Leoti Lanes. .Men bowl 18 games each, womc-i bowl so. Bowling: Mixed League <it 7 p.m. Weekly No-Tap Diiibles at H p.m. Uaslielliall: St. Mary's School h".-;U Sa-red Heart of D...tgc City at J p.m. in seventh-einlith grade Uouble- headur at St. .Mary's Center. INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) -=It is crystal clear today that Russia is on the way to dominating the ninth Winter Olym- ics even more decisively than it did the last time around. The Soviets scored a clean sweep of the first three places in the ladies' 500 meter speed skating. Last time Russia got only second place. Russia has the gold medal for figure skating pairs. Last time sixth place was the best the Russians did. Russia took third in the men's 30 kilometer cross country ski race, just as it did in 1930, and failed to do anything in the tnen's downhill, just as it did before. All this adds up to two gold medals, one silver, and two bronze for the Russians in tw days of competition • compare* to one silver and one bronze at the same stage in 1960. Mat Reserves Meet Ulysses Newly crowned Olympic champions are Egon Zimmerman, Austria, men's downhill, 2:18.16, a course record (there are no Olympic or world records in ski races because each course varies); Lidia Skoblikova, Russia, women's 500 meter speed Al Stecklein Hits 215 to Pace Loop Play Al Stecklein of the Garden City Telegram team rolled high in- ' dividual game of 215 at Garden Bowl here Thursday night as the Athletic League finished its 22nd week of action. Dan Ratzlaff of the Kearny ounty Bank squad posted high ndividual series of 576. Garden ^ity Co-op had high team game jf 937. Garden City Telegram rol- ed best team series of 2,773. Results: Gallahads blanked Untouchables by 4-0, total pins 2,30 to 2,627; Garden City Telegram shut out DeCamp Safety Lane by 4-0, 2.773 to 2,547; Kearny lounty Bank stopped Charleston 'o-op by 4-0, 2,704 to 2,407; Garden City Co-op defeated Knoll Furniture by 3-1, 2,674.to 2,584; Davies Cafe of Ingalls topped J. M. McDonald's by 3-1, 2,548 to 2,506; Smith Sand Co. split 2-2 with Western Planesales, 2,748 o 2,672; Revenoors downed Northern Natural Gas by 3-1. 2,613 ;o 2,547; Ingalls Co-op bested Ideal Foodstore by 3-1, 2,697 to 2,549. Charlotte Yardlty of the Kerr [inclement team rolled high individual game of 211 as the Tum- Slewecd League completed its 21st week of play. ' Thelma Kuehn of the Kerr squad had high individual series. McClung - Payne Pharmacy posted both best team game of )67 and top team series of 2,796. Results: Patterson Jewelry defeated Machine Supply by 2-1, 2.596 to 2,617; Ankrom Salvage blanked Western Motors by 3-0, 2,604 to 2,453; Fsirmart Carpet topped Circle-E Ranch by 2-1, 2,483 to 2.384; Spencer's 'Market bested Dairy Queen by 2-1, 2,633 to 2,570; McClung-Payne Pharmacy blanked Kerr Imolement bv 3-0. 2,786 to 2.630; Flamingo Motel tonped Fidelity State Bank 2-1, 2.536 to 2.430: Production Credit Assn. blanked Welders Simply by 3-0, 2,632 to 2,366. Dorothy Goodwin of the Hi-Los team rolled best individual game of 182 as the Coffee League completed its 15th week of action. Peggy Sisney of the Gutter Dusters posted high individual series of 458. Hi-Lc had best team game of 673, while Pluggeri rolled top team series of 1,953. Reslults: Pluggers defeated Gutter Dusters by 2-1, 1,953 to !.• 883; Aces bested Hi-Los by 2-1. 1,896 to 1.802; ESA defeated Un- oredictables by 2-1, 1,861 to 1,. 728. Kansas C : ty A's Sign Two Rookies KANSAS CITY (AP) - The ' kilometer 'cross | «» signing of a oair of rookies and Crucial Tilt for It-State, Kansas -Whether buying or selling, us I'e.:>"i':: m Want Ads! Final B-teain wrestling match of the 1963-64 season is set for Garden City High grapplers here this afternoon as they play host to the Ulysses Tiger matmen at the high school gymnasium. First match will begin at about 4 p.m. with all bouts scheduled to be completed before tile start of the Garden-Russell reserve basketball encounter later in the vening. Coach Bob Wilson's junior varsity has yet to post a victory against area varsity squads, but they did edge the Lamar reserves 23-18. Against first strings, Garden has fallen to Dodge City (26-18), Hugotou (2321). The junior Buffs did finish higher than either of those two teams in the Hugoton Invitational. They tallied 83 points, 20 behind champion Ulysses. Hugoton recorded 66 and Dodge 65. Garden takes on various varsity squads from schools which have not been wrestling long enough to develop good strength. Ulysses has its best team in history, and split a pair of bouts with the Liberal varsity. land, men's 30 country skiing, 1:30:50.7,' fastest j time ever in international com- i petition. Olog Proptopopov and i Ludmilla Bclousova won - the pairs figure skating for Russia on opening day. Thursday's day of glory for Russia was one of bitter disappointment for the United States. The United State* had high hopes for its downhill skiers, but Ni Orsi's 14th'place was the best the Americans did. The 19- year-old lad from Stockton, Calif., skidded off the ideal line at the first left turn, swung too wide, and was thrown out of line to the next gate. Jeanne Ashworth of Lake Placid, N.Y., and Janice Smith, of Rochester, N.Y., who had looked strong in pre-Olympic tests, managed to tie for fourth place in the women's 500 meter speed skating at :46:2, although they hoped for better. Two more medals were at stake today, in the ladies 1,500 meter speed skating and in the special Nordic ski jumping on a 70-meter hill. today, pitcher Ron Tompkins and catcher Bruce Nichols, both 19. Tompkins, whose hometown is Chula Vista, Calif., pitched 1210 ball witli a 3.02 ERA last season for Lewiston. Idaho, and Nichols batted .247 for Thomasville, Ga. His hometown is Ta- com>, Wash. Chiefs Sign Two KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs have signed Donald Williams, a center and Sadore Haynes, a halfback, as free agents. Both attended Grambling College in Louisiana and completed their last last fall. season of eligibility DO YOU WANT SOFT WATER? Sales—Rentals—Salt JOHN TATRO •R 6-o484 By JIM VAN VALKINBURG Afiocitttd Prtu Sporti Writer It's seldom that one of the two Kansas schools doesn't figure in the Big Eight basketball championship. The Kansas-Kansas State game at Manhattan Saturday will decide which one stays in the race this year. K-State, the champion of the pre-season tournament, evened its record at 2-2 by clipping Oklahoma at Norman Monday. Kansas is 3-2 with consecutive victories over Colorado, Nebraska and Iowa State after opening losses to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Saturday night's loser will be in position of having to win all the rest of its league games to have a chance to tie for the title. Kansas has won or shared 18 championships since the league's first basketball season IP 1929, K-Statfe nine and the rest of the league combined has won or shared 18. K-State under Tex Winter has dominated by winning or sharing six crowns in the past eight years. Oklahoma State, out in front at 3-0, should stay there by beating Iowa State, 1-3, at Stillwater. Colorado takes a 2-1 record against Oklahoma, 1,4 at Norman. Missouri, 1-2, hopes to start a comeback by beating Nebraska, 2-1 at Columbia. Kansas is hoping for a big game from veteran Al Correll, who is playing his final game in: the Jayhawki Saturday, His eligibility runs out. Correll opened his career in mid-season of i960 against K-State. Correll fears the Jayhawki in both field accuracy with .487 and in foul shooting with .896. Both marks are better than the school records but Coach Dick Harp said his defensive ability will he the biggest loss to the team. The kay man lot K-State could be seven-foot Roger Suttner, who failed to score in double figures his first three league games, then came back with 16 against Oklahoma. K-State has Willie Murrell, the league's top scorer with a 22- point season average, 24.0 in league play. Kansas is led by George Unseld, a 20.8 man in league play and 16.6 for all games. Kansas had • six-game winning streak at Manhattan until K-State turned the tide in 1959. The Wildcats have beaten KU five straight at Manhattan except for an 84-82 Kansas victory there in a playoff in 1960 to determine the league's NCAA representative. A sellout crowd of 12,500 will bo on hand and a state-wide television audience will watch. OUR NIW PHONI NUMIER In Gardtn City U •R «-7471 DAVIS VAN 8 STORAGE COMPANY ^rttentionl Amateur 6 Professional ARTISTS Hove your paintings FRAMED BY WREN'S Chaos* from our forge telection of studio 6 Camera Shop Photo II Mf II II IN. 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