Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1964
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POM 11 Garden City Telegram I, 1M4 Liberal Jars Ulysses Team , LIBERAL — Liberal High's Redskins scored one of the major upsets of the Southwest Kansas basketball season here Friday night. They nipped arch-rival Ulysses by 43-41 in a down-to-thc-wire thriller. The result snapped a string of 11 straight defeats for for Liberal. It was only the second Redskin win in 13 games this winter. For Ulysses it was another frustrating night. The Tigers arc now 8-7 overall All seven losses have been by margins of four or less points. Liberal led all the way: by 12-4, 24-9 and 33-21 at the ends of the periods Each team hit 13 fielders, but Liberal won with a 17-15 free- throw edge. Ulysses trailed by as much as 20 points.The Tigers scored only five field goals until the final 5:35 of actio .—and they finally came to life. They never tied the count but trimmed it to two points at game's end. Hadlcy Hall scroed 10 for Ulysses and Wayne Akagi got 9. Terry Rush paced Liberal with 20 points. 'Preliminary: Liberal won B- team game by 57-47. Next games: Liberal plays at Hugoton Friday. Ulysses is at Guymon, Okla., next Friday. WLY88K8 — Hall 3-4-4-10; Fox 2-12-5; Blehm 0-3-2-:); Finch 2-3-2-7: King 2-3-3-7; Akagl 4-1-2-9. Totals 13-16-15-41. 1.IRKKAL — Rush C-8-4-20; Cox 2-0-0-4: Franzen 3-3-6-9; Heldbreder 1-1-1-3; O'Brien 0-2-1-2; O'Kane 1-00-2: Valemus 0-3-4-3. Totals 13-1730-43. UlysuM 4 5 « 2»—tj Liberal 12 12 • 10-13 College Basketball Boston Univ. 73, Army 62 Penn 97, Dartmouth 66 Yale 79, Cornell 67 Syracuse 96, Pitt 84 Colunrbia 62, Brown 53 Harvard 88, Princeton 82 Bates 82, Coast Guard 76,Phillips Oilers 78, Long Is. 73 Massachusetts 88, Rhode Island 75 Tufts 83, Colby 74 Georgia Tech 51, LSU 49 Vantlerbilt 96, Tulanc 64 Davidson 95, Ga. Southern 76 Tenn. Tech 92, W. Kentucky 83 (ot) No. Dakota 72, No. Dakota State 62 Colorado St. U. 66, Wyoming 56 Washington 66, So. Calif. 60 UCLA 87, California 67 Stanford 80, Washn. State 69 Oregon 61, Idaho 58 Utah St. 77, Montana State 73 (ot) Bethany 89, Baker 63 Sterling 89, McPherson 81 Rocfchurst 69, Kirksvilla State *> John Brown 77, Park 69 Central Methodist 83, Graceland 82 Culver-Stockton 74, Illinois College 58 Missouri Valley 88, Tarkio 86 College 58 Drury 61, Kansas City National 57 St. Louis Concordia 81, Lincoln 111) Christian 59 MacMurray 84, McKendree 81 Western Illinois 111, Parrsons •4 Northeastern Oklahoma 48, Southeastern Oklahoma 46 Northwestern Oklahoma 96, Southwestern Oklahoma 83 Central Oklahoma 89, Phillips Oklahoma Baptist 90, Langsten U Central State, Ohio, 71, South- •ra Illinois •? . Hutch /ifco Snaps Buster Win Streak HUTCHINSON—•Garden City Junior College's hopes for a share of the Western Division Jayhawk Juco Conference basketball title were jolted at Hutchinson Sports Arena Friday night. Coach Dale Meadors' Bronc- busters were overpowered by 19 points — 85-66 — by Htitchhl- son JC. A huge turnout of fans was on hand. At Garden on January 24, the Broncbustcrs had posted a 73-68 decision. But Friday wag Hutch's night all the way. The loss snapped a live-game win streak for Garden City and left the Busters with an overall 10-9 record. Garden Is now 4-3 the conference. Hutch is now 12-5 overall and 3-3 in the league. Dodge City defeated Arkansas City by 80-73 Friday to boost its league record to 7-0. The Conqs have games left with Pratt, Hutch, and Garden. Dodge could sports s.'afe SATHBDAY Wrestling: Final day of annual district high school wrestling tournament at high school gym. Bowling: Junior League at 9 a.m., frep Loague at 1:30 p.m. Both at Garden Bowl. Bowling: Start of second weekend of first annual Endurance Classic at Leotl Ltnea. Men bowl 16 games each, women 10. Bowling: Next-to-last day of annual city men a and women's tourney at Garden Bowl here. Fourteen Beta women's doubles and singles bowl at 7 p.m. and four more aeta at 9 p.m. Basketball: Three games In recreational league at Ben Grtmsley Gym. Santa fe Motors of Deerfield vs. Beat Seed Co. at 7:30 p.m. Puller Brush ve. Lakln Jnyceea at 8:30 p.m. Dicks' Dairy vs. Garden City Jaycees at 9:30 p.m. Basketball: Finals ot three-night tourney at Holcomb for ninth-grade teams, being played on round-robin basis. Satanta vs. Syracuse at 7 p.m. Holcomb plays Lakln for tourney title at 8:30 p.m. Basketball: Finale of annual Ulysses tourney for ninth-grade teams. Sublettc vs. Ulysses for third place at 6:30 p.m. Liberal vs. Hugoton for championship at 8 p.m. Basketball Finals of annual Scott City tourney for seventh and eighth grade teams. Title game In eighth- grade division at 7:16 p.m.. with third-place game at 3:15 p.m. Title game In .seventh-grade division at S p.m., with third-place gam« at 2 p.m. Basketball: Garden City Junior Hlsli eighth and ninth-grade teams play doublo header at Dodge City. Tip-off at 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY Bowling: Mixed League at 7 p.m. and weekly No-Tap Doubles at 9 p.m. Both at Garden Bowl. Bowling: Final action In 1961 men'e and womon'« city tournaments at Garden Bowl. Bowlers slated Tor 9 and 11 a.m.. and 1 and 3 p.m. Bowling: Second of four weeki-nda of play in first annual Endurance Classic at Leoti Lanes. Men bowl 16 games, women 10. MONDAY Bowling: Howie wives League at 1:30 p.m. Sportsman and American leagues at night. All at Garden Bowl. General: Regular niion lunch meet- ng of Quartei-back Club ut Wsirron flotcl. Junior college and high school coaches basketball and wrestling. TUESDAY Basketball: Garden City High entertains Dodge City In key West Central Kansas League game. Soplio- nore and B-tcain games will also be played. Basket ball: Three games in recreational league at Ben Grlmsley Gym. Ingalls vs. Honkle Drilling at 7:30 p.m. Earl's 66 Service vs. Oswalt Industries at 8:30 p.m. Ha.inilton County Jaycees of Kttidall vs. School Faculty at 9:30 p.m. Basketball: Telegram-area games: Sublette hosts Greensburg; Dighton at Cimarron: Ulyse«s at Scott City; Kendall at Deerfield; Shallow Water at Healy: Copeland host* Minneola; Montczuma hosts Plains. ' General; Regular monthly meet- Ing of Sand and Sage Rifle mnd PUtol Club. 8 p.m. at Garden Bowl meeting roocn. All area sportsmen welcome. Bowling: National and Prairie Mixed Icat'ues, both at Garden Bowl. Holcomb Tountoy Wind* Up Tonight HOLCOMB — Two games here tonight wind up the first annual Holcomb tourney for ninth-grade basketball teams. Four teams are competing on a round-robin basis. Satanta takes on Syracuse in the 7 p.m. opener. Holcomb mixes with Lakin the the 1:30 p.m. nightcap. The latter two clubs have won both starts here — so their game will be for the title. The first two World Series home runs hit in Bbbrts Field were hit in the 1916 aeries by Larry Gardner of Hhe iMton Red Sox, Unbeaten Rolla Defeats Ingalls ROLLA — Rolla High's unbeaten cagers downed Ingalls by 7239 here Thursday night to move one notch nearer the Santa. Fe Trail League basketball crown. Coach Neill Hays' club is now 4-0 overall and 6-0 in the SFTL. Only league games with Englewood and Kismet remain. Ingalls is now 5-8 overall and 2-4 in the conference. Rolla roared away and led the full distance: 17-4, 42-14, and 50-21 at the ends of the periods. Ingalls' 39-point output was its lowest of the season. The game marked the eighth time in 14 starts that Rolla has beaten a foe by 20 or more points. Sophomore Steve Banker paced the Pirates with 18 points. Ricky Williamson hit 14 and Bobby Niles 10. Tops for Ingalls were Dennis Penner.with 16 points and Lonny Wartma'n with 12. The winners had a 27-17 bulge in field goals and converted 18 of 25 free shots. Ingalls hit 5 of 14 at the line — and committed 25 fouls. Preliminary: Rolla won B-team game by 30-17 as Mike Anderson scored 12 points. Next games: Rolla is at non- league Hooker, Okla., Tuesday night, Uien hosts Englewood next Friday in league game. Ingalls plays at Moscow next Friday night in league test, then hosts non-league Minneola the following night (S..t., Feb. 15). INiiAI.US _ Wart man B-2-S-12; Loewon 0-0-2-0; Irsik 1-0-3-2: Wondlc. O-O-l-O; Neufeld 1-0-2-2; Korf 1-0-1-2; Q. Penner 7-2-4-16; Smith 0-0-0-0; 3ergcn 0-0-0-0; U. Penrier 1-0-1-2; Kvingcr 0-0-1-0; Maxwell 0-0-1-0; D. Payne 1-1-5-3. Totals 17-5-25-39. ROLLA — Williamson 5-4-1-14; Banker 6-6-1-18; Claassen 2-0-1-4; Niles 6-0-3-10; Bune 2-1-0-5: Handle 1-0-1-2; Mangels 0-1-1-1; Anderson 2-4-1-8; Bagwell 3-2-1-8; Cook 1-0-1-2; LltteJl 0-0-0-0: DeGanno 0-0-0-0. Tola 27-18-11-72. KulU U 2* 18—39 22—72 lose all three and share the crown. Garden led only briefly In the game Friday, that at 6-4. Hutch was ahead by 23-13, 47-27 and 6846 at the 10 minute marks. The 19-point span at the end represented Garden's worst defeat of the season. Hutchinson shot 46 per cent overall from the field, making 29 fielders in 63 attempts The Blue Dragons hit 45 per cent (17 of 38) the first half, 48 per cent (12 of 25) the last half. The Bronobusters shot 38 per cent for the full night: 26 of 68, They hit 34 per cent the first half (11 of 32), 42 per cent (15 of 36) fee last half. Garden committed 26 fouls and Hutch converted 27 of 38 free throws. Garden sank 14 of its 29 chances. Garden had a 36-25 margin in rebounds with Bill Morgan grabbing 17 and Willie Shine 10. Ed Tucker, Hutch's 6-5 frosh standout, had just 6 rebounds and was- their leader in that department. Each team lost the ball 12 times via mechanical error. Morgan, Garden's top scorer and rebounder, picked up three fouls in the first half. He was kept out for only a few minutes of the late first-half, with John O'Connell filling in. The 6-7 frosh paced Garden with 30 points, hitting 13 field goals. Shine added 12 points. No other Buster broke the 10-point barrier. For Hutch, Gary Davison and Dick Myers each scored 19 points, and Tucker finished with 15. Next start for Garden: At home next Friday night against Pratt JC in another league test. GARDEN CITV JIICO — Morgan 13-4-4-30; Shine 5-2-5-12; Smith 3-12-7; Martin 2-0-4-4: llorton 0-1-3-1; O'Council 2-3-3-7; Thompson 0-3-2-3; McAsoy 0-0-1-0: Jones O-O-2-Of Chuck 1-0-0-2. Totals 26-14-26-66. HUTCHINSON JIICO — Elmore 1-01-2; Bcn-son 2-3-3-7; George 2-3-4-7: My ens 6-7-2-19; Tucker 7-1-3-15; Franz 0-1-0-1: Butler 0-1-5-1: Martin 2-4-1-8; Davison 6-7-1-19; Marshall 1-0-0-2; Wilson 1-0-0-2; Eppler. Totals 29-2722-85. Bowling Honors To Blackwood NoU Blackwood of the Unpre- dictables team rolled high individual game of 191 at Garden Bowl here Thursday afternoon as the Coffee League completed its 16th week of action, Helen Careathers of the Pluggers team had high individual series of 519. Unpredictables rolled best team game of 678, while Aces had top team series of 1.W7. Results: Pluggers defeated Aces by 2-1, total pins l.ftOi to 1,917; Unpredictables bested Gutter Dusters by 2-1, 1,868 to 1,954; Hi-Los downed ESA by 2-1, 1,898 to 1,779. Garden Hutch 13 23 20—66 17—85 * Leoti Stages Late Rally to Down Eagles % NESS CITY — Leoti High lost a big lead, then came back in the final minute here Friday night to down fired-up Ness City by 7004 in a Western Kansas Education Assn. basketball thriller. The visitors fired away to an 11-point, 23-12 lead at the end of the first frame. Ness trimmed it back to 36-30 at the half and to 51-46 at the final turn. In the hectic final period, Ness roared back to knot the count 6464 with about one minute left That was the only time, however, the Eagles were able to pull even—and it was the end of the line for them. Leoti got six points in that final minute. Terry Woodbury hit a fielder and Steve Jay and Bill Tempter sank two free shots to wrap it up. Prom Hi* field, Leoti shot 41 per cent (26 of 63) and the Indians converted 18 of 28 free shots. Ness fired at a 39 per cent pace (25 of 65) and sank 14 of 21 at the line. The winners had a 47-33 rebounding margin. Woodburg grabbed I- and Steve Jay and Templer each hauled down 11. Leoti lost the ball 11 times via mechanical error, Ness 10. Woodbury had a big night: 32 points on 14 field goals and 4 free shots. Randy Case and J. Lee Carlisle each added 12. Don Harper poured in 27 points .for the Eagles. Tom Depperschmidt scored 12 and Al Stocklein 11. Next games: Leoti (now 9-7 overall) hosts Dighton next Friday in non-league game. Ness (now 6-8) is at Tribune next Friday in another WKEA test. I.KO'1'I —"R. Cose 3-G-2-12; Woodbury 14-4-4-32; Templer 2-3-2-7: S. Jay 1-2-4-4: Carlisle B-2-0-12; Blackburn 1-O-2-2; Lambert 0-1-1-1. Totals 26-18-15-70. NKSS CITY — T. Depp'erschmldt 3-6-1-12: Stechleln 5-1-2-1L; Harper 11-5-4-27: Grumbeln 4-1-5-97 Swatzell 2-1-1-5: K. Denperschmidt 0-0-4-0. Totals 25-14-17-64. Lcoti New Ctty 23 12 13 IK 15 IS—70 16 IS—6t s-Whether buying or selling, use clegram Want Ads! on South Main kv *• «••• Top rusher for Penn State's 1M3 football team was halfback Uary Klingensmith who ripped of 490 yards in l« carries for a 4.4 average. He will be back awxt Suppose by now you've heard that the apace agency is going to send some cows up on their next rocket shot for the "herd shot round the world." Some town wag said it was "udderly impossible." Is that sour grapes or sour milk? This may make you feel as old as it did me: In the nation now there are 41 million children under the age of 10, 27 million between the ages of 10 and 18 and 17 million between the ages of 18 and 25. Looks good, in one way though ... there sure is a good market coming up for Lennox Comfort Systems ! Tomorrow it tht first day of National Crime Prevention Week and National Beauty Solan Week, No connection between the two, I'm sure/ Friday of next week fe Valentine's Pay. Still time to order the love of your life a new and soothing Lennox Com/art System! A call on the phone geta you all the details. Ah tasy pay plan, too! With slow-pitch stories in ihi newspaper, i>« fwr behind. Right,

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