Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 13, 1964 · Page 4
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Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, February 13, 1964
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Juco, Pratt to Meet Friday Pratt Junior College's eagft squad — featuring high-scoring Maurice White — comes to town tomorrow night. The Beavers come to grips with Garden City Juco at the high school gym in a Western Division Jayhawk Juco Conference clash. It's the first of three straight home appearances for Coach Dale Meadors' Broncbust- ers. Garden takes an overall 10-§ record into Friday's test. The Busters sport a 4-3 conference standard. Pratt is 5-12 overall and 2-4 in the league. It's the second meeting of the two rivals this season. In the first conference clash at Pratt on January 21, Garden eked out « four-point decision, 82-78. White is generally rated one of the nation's stellar juco cagers. He currently leads the Jayhawk Juco Conference in scoring, aver- aging in the high 20s per game. H«'» a f-3 sophomore from Detroit, Mich., and plays * forward post for Coach Benny Frantz, Beavers. He is the primary cog in Pratt's offense — and is a solid rebounder and team man, too. In the first Pratt-Garden game, White poured through 34 points. i He made 13 fielders and converted 8 of 9 free shots. Postman Walt Gaskin got 19 Pratt points in that first game, which saw Garden come from behind in the final period. Gaskin is another standout: a fi-6 frosh from Derby, Kan. Larry Zierlein (6-3 frosh from Lenora) is the other forward. Probably starting guards for Pratt will be Bob Myers (5-11 soph, Cunningham) and Butch Schmink (5-10 soph, Cantlin, 111.). Frantz Is in his fourth cam- paign as Pratt Coach — and the Beavers have had their ups and downs. Peak effort was on January 7 — a resounding 91-90 upset over Hutchinson JC at Pratt. The Beavers on Tnesday of this week snapped a seven-game loss, losing streak by dropping El Dorado, 72-66. York, Nebr. (93-80). Garden la--I Frida had a five- game win streak snapped by Hutchinson on the Blue Drawn court. The Busters dropped a 19-point. 85-66 derision. They will be trying to rebound from that P 04* S finrrfm riiv Tr>fp*tt*nm Ttrartdof, February 13, 19A4 Other Beaver victories have been over York, Nebr. (by 92-81), I M*«dars hat indicated he probably will go with his usual starting five tonight. That would be Young Bowlers Take Part Austin, Hopkins In Syracuse Zone Tourney Cop Individual Bowling Honors SYRACUSE — Some 140 boys anJ girls from throughout Southwest Kansas took part here last weekend in the first annual 7ono tournament of the Youth Bowling Assn. program, sponsor- Jed by the Bowling Proprietors i Assn. of America. including 12 years. Boys and girls of ages 13. 14, and 15 compete in the Junior division. Oldest group is the Major division, for keglers of 15 through 18. Keglers who took part here first went through eliminations on their home alleys. One squad n * .1 TO / ». ou -/„.»-„»• u- «•„ ,, - , , ,. „ Gene Austin of the Garden ! The young keglers competed on was allowed to advance to the Central JC of McPherson (9,-69), , big Bill Morgan (6-7 frosh. Can- Belle timber Co. teeam rolled Saturdav and Sunday at Hilltop i zone meet for every four teams and McCook, Nebr. (102-70). Losses by Pratt, in addition to the Garden defeat: Northeastern Colorado JC of Sterling twice (81-71 and 96-69); Clarendon, Tex. (80-77; Frank Phillips JC of Borger, Tex. (103 . ton Ohio) on the post with Kent ; high individual game of 211 at Lanes. Joe Esquivel. local man- 95); Lamar, Colo. (88-78); How-' Pierceville). ard County JC of Big Spring, Tex. (96-70); Henderson County JC of Athens, Tex. (63-61): El Dorado (93-84); Arkansas City j Willie Shine (6-3 soph, Niagara ! Falls. N. Y.) at the forwards. i Probably guards are Richard Smith (5-8 frosh. Detroit. Mich.) and Louis Horton (6-0 soph, •»* G«rden *"* Wednesday agor, vat tourney director. night as the Classic Scratch Le-1 The YBA program has three entered at a home alley. Winners of the three boys divisions and three girls classes that some changes may be made — especially if the usual Buster starting five doesn't click, as in (81-77); Dodge City (113-65), and the recent Hutch defeat. sports sSate THURSDAY Basketball; Three recreational league eanicfl at B»n Griniflley Gym. plck.i Dairy vs. Henkle Drilling" at <:.10 p.m. Best Seed Co. vs. Garden City Jnyreen at S:30 p.m. Snuta Fe Motors of Deerfield vs. Lakln Jaycees »t 9:30 p.m. Bowling: Coffre League at 9:15 a.m. Allilpllc League fin- men and Tumbleweetl Lr'iguo for wmm>:i, botli at night. All i\t Garden Bowl. K1UDAV Basketball: Garden City plays host to Pi-alt In Wnatorn Division Jayhawk Juco Conference game. Garden City High plays at Pratt In Weet Central Kansas Loapue frame. Basketball': Three recreational league pamo? at B<?n Grlmsley Gym. Garnand Furniture vc. Oswalt I:i- dustrl-*' at V:.'10 p m. Inpralls ve. PrihOol Faculty at 8:30 p.m. Earl's 66 Service vs. Hamilton County Jaycees of Kendall at 9:30 p.m. Basketball: Four j.'ames this afternoon In Flnney County Rural Grade Schools League. Friend at Shallow Water: Jennie Barker at Plercevllle: Theoni at Lincoln; Kalvesta at Plymell. Basketball: Telegram-area panics. 1/akin at Johnson; Satanta at Elkhart; Sublett« at Syracuse: Dighton •t Leotl; Nww City at Tribune: Cool- Idgo at Shallow Water: Deerfield at Pierceville: Mauler »t Kendall: Kid- met at Copeland: Tngalla al Moscow; Oimnrron al Fowler; Ulyasea at Gnymon. Okla. Bowling: Wlienlbelt League for men and Sunflower Legue for women. Both at Garden Bowl. Wrestling: Garden City High competes In annual '-eplo:ial meet at Russell, seeking berths in next week's •tat? tourney. Basketball: Garden City Junior High at Scott City Ir. ninth-grade double-lipade.r. Both A and B-t*am games lo be played, starting at 6:GO p.m. \ SATURDAY .Bowling: Third of four n-eekends tf first nnnual Endurance Classic at Leotl Lanes. Men bowl 16 games, women 10. Scoring on handicap basis. Bowling: Junior League at 9 a.m., Prep League at 1:30 p.m. Both at GarJen Bowl. Open bowling rest of Wrestling: Final day of annual re- i irional meet at Russell. Gardea City High entries taking part. General: Boys of a^es 10 and 11 sign up today for weekly sports program sponsored by Optimists Club. Sign 'at Ben Orimslvy Gym from 9 a.m. to noon. Bring own basketballs If you have them. Basketball: Thro* recreational lea- rue games at Ben Grlmsley Gym. Santa Fe Motors of Deerfield vs. Garden City Jaycees al 7:30 p.m. Best Seed Co. ve. Henkle Drilling at 8:30 p.m. Fuller Brush vs. Oswalt Industries at 9:30 p.m. Basketball: Telegram-area games: Holcomb hosts Leotl for Homecoming: Moscow at Montezuma in riake-up game: Minneola at Ingalls. SUNDAY Bowling: Third of three weekends for first annual Endurance Classic at ; Leoti Lanes. Men Bowl 16 games, women 10 games. Scoring on handicap baste. Bowling: Mixed League at 7 p.m., weekly No-Tap Doubles at 9 p.m. Both at Garden Bowl. Bowling: Women's traveling league tompetes at Garden Bowl here »t 1 p.m. Eight learns from Liberal. Garden City. Mea.le, and Perryton. Tex. Five-member teams bowl three garnetf each. MONDAY General': Regular weekly noon luncheon of Quarterback Club a Warren Hotel. Basketball and wrestling coaches from junior college and high school report on their teams. Bowling: Housewives League at 1:30 p.m. Sportsman and American leagues at night. All at Garden Bowl. TUESDAY Baskelball: Three recrealional league games al Ben Grlmsley Gym. Dicks' Dairy vs. School Facully at 7:30 p.m. Garaand Furniture vs. Hamilton County Jayc.ees at 8:30 p.m. Ingalls vs. Earl's 66 Sen-Ice at 8:30 p.m. Basketball: Garden City hosts McCook, Nebr., in non-conference junior college game. Basketball: Telegram-area games: Montezuma at Sublette; Ulysses at Syracuse; Ingnlls at Deerfield: Rolla at Kendall; Heeler at Shallow Water; Englf wood at Copeland; Clmarron at Bucklin. Bowling: National League for men and Prairie Mixed League. Both at Garden Bowl. FAN FARE »-IAL xs SHOW WE'VE SOT OUR SWPE» LST5 PBEW«U weffr ANP SWfTCH THH $T»PB» NEXT T\MB XX) I'LL SAY I'M BI By Walt Ditzen Scott Rolla Maintain Spots In Prep Polls Frosh. Liberal Split Twin Bill LIBERAL — Garden City split. were tagged with 34 fouls. a ninth-grade basketball twin bill' eral committed just 17. Tony Lupien, former major league first baseman, has been coaching Dartmouth baseball since 1956. Scott City and Rolla stayed up. Cimarron and Lamed dropped. Those were the moves of basketball teams from this general region this week in the regular high school polls of two metropolitan newspapers. The Topeka Capital and Wichi- ! ta Eagle rate teams in all four classes each week. This week, the Topeka paper has Kansas City Wyandotte High as the top Class AA team. It rates Humboldt first in Class A, Highland tops in Class B, ard Mullinville as the No. i club in Cass BB. Wichita's ntwspipcr agrees on all four No. 1 picks. In the Topeka ratings, Scott Cit i Is still third in Class A, with Lamed of the West Cenral Kansas League (in which Garden City plays) rated eighth in that class. The Topeka paper continues to skip unbeaten Rolla in Class B because the Pirates play more Class BB teams than Class B. The Capital dronped Cimarron out of its Class B ratings for the first time this season. Cimarron was jolted by Montezuma on Feb. 4, 53-51. Monte is j a good Class BB team — but has been beaten five times. Cimarron had been rated No. 9 by the Topeka paper last week, and had | never missed Topeka's Top Ten, list all season. I Lariwd was lowered because of | Its fourth loss in 14 starts. j The Wichita paper now rates Lamed seventh in Class A, with Scott City ninth. It lists Rolla third in Class B. Rolla hat a string of 16 wins. Tuesday the Pirates beat one of the best clubs in the Oklahoma Panhandle: Hooker, by 63-55. Cimarron was also dopped from the. Eagle's select Class B list for the first time this winter. Red Ravens First, Conqs 5th in Poll DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP — For the third week in a row Coffeyville, Kan., is No.l in the basketball coaches noil of the National Junior College Ath- etic Association. Dodge City was ranked 5th, Moberly, Mo., 9th and Independence, Kan., 12th. with Liberal Junior High here Wednesday afternoon. Liberal took the A-team feature 64-47. Garden won the B- team preliminary 44-30. In the main game, Garden lost on free throws. The Baby Buffs lion. Allen Hopkins of the same squad had high individual series of 598. Garden Belle Lumber rolled both best team game of 576 and top team series of 1.629. Result*: Red's Cities Serivce defeated Rickman Body Shop by 3-1, total pins 1,547 to 1.514; Garden Belle Lumber topped Henkle Drilling by 3-1. 1,629 to 1,540; KGLD-TV bes'.ed Palmer Jewelry by 3-1, 1,578 to 1,523. Ambtr* Rterf Jr., posted high individual game of 207 as the Yankee League finished its 23rd week of play. He is a member of the Massey-Fcrguson squad. He also rolled best individual series of 529. Garen City Ice Co. had high team game of 959, vhile Massey-Ferguson rolled best team series of 2,666. Results; Garden City Co-op Office defeated Deerfield Co-op iby 3-1. 2,592 to 2,491; Com Tob- baco Co. topped Conoco Service by 3-1, 2,593 to 2,521; Massey-Fcr- fuson scored 3-1 over Eagles Club, 2.686 to 2,616; Rickman Body Shop split 2-2 witli Optimist Club, 2.571 to 2.531; Garden City Ice Co. downed Million Motors by 3-1, 2,367 to 2,537. Lib- Btverly Wisingtr of the Knobs Construction team rolled high in- Liberal shot a huge total of 53 dividual game of 201 as the free throws and made 26. Gar- Dustbowlcrs Women's League den converted only 5 of 24 at the finished its 22nd week of play, line. gue finished its 21st week of ac- divisions for each sex. Prep keg-1 hern won berths in the annual Irrs are those of ages tip to and |state YBA tourney. That comes TD TMS HOT V OU NOlSV HEEL/ 2 .,3 IP YGU'P PROP PSAP. I'P HAVE MY Ravens, Dodge Top Cage Loops By OREN CAMPBELL WlchlU Eigle Spertt Editer Can anyone stop the Coffeyville Junior College basketball team? Coach Bob Sneller of Independence thinks his team can. Coffeyville has raced to seven victories against no losses in the Eastern Division of the Jayhawk Juco Conference and to a 20-1 over-all record. It is ranked Holcomb Plans Homecoming N'o. one among the nation's junior college quintets. But Sneller points out that Independence, the 1963 national champion and currently No. two in the Eastern Division, has not been beaten at home in two seasons. Independence will play host to Coffeyville next Tuesday. First-place will not be at stake unless Chanute can polish off the Red Ravens at Chanute Friday night. Independence has a 4-2 conference record, and its 15-3 record ranks it 12th in the nation. "Wt'rt net out of the title race yet," Sueller said Wednesday. "We just need a little help. We have won or tied for the HOLCOMB — It's Homccom- '• Eastern Division title in four of ing Saturday night for Holcomb High, and the Longhorns have a standout, basketball game scheduled. Coach Leo Eck's club takes on Leoli's Indians In a return, non- conference game. Leoti won the first meeting on its home court . Lclia Shearmire of the Scott , by one point (54-53) on Jan. 25. ]' our Ll j, )eral toysjn^in « ouble City Air Service team had high Holcomb takes an overall 9-8 record into the game. Lcoti is overall — and hosts Dighton figures: Cox with 19 points, Burke with 14, Mordcn with 12, individual series of 525. Santa Fe Ettcs of Deerfield rolled best the last five years.' Sneller attributed both of Pirates' conference losses "too many fouls." "We lost at Coffeyville by had a 21-19 field-goal margin but an d York wtiUl n - John Collier ; team gnme of 849, while Garden! Fridav before meeting Holcomb rta/tA/i riofHon urttH 0 rwMtita T^rtM T» _ . » i _ i i • _i. i _ • _«•**! * Weather Key In Links Open TUSCON (AP) — Lanky Texan Don January opens defense of his Tucson Open golf title today on a desert layout Where the weather could have as much influence as good driving and good putting. The weather man expected It to be warm with little wind for the 72-hole event, but it wasn't that way for Wednesday's pro- amatur prelude to the $30,™ paced Garden with 9 points. Don B owl had high team scries of 2,- 'gaturdav Geier scored 8, and Butch Knight 419- Jsatuiaay. and Kerry Phillips each hit 7. Liberal led 12-5, 28-15, and 47 Th» qu«tn will be crowned be- 31 at the ends of the periods. In the preliminary game, Garden's unbeaten ninth-grade re- Results: Santa Fe Ettes down- twccn the A and B-team games. ed Farm Bureau by 2-1. 2.352 to 2,291; Garden Bowl blanked Scott City Air Service bv 3-0, 2.- serves Avon their eighth victory. 419 lo 2> 263; Anamo, Inc'., topped Cnanh Mnn Pmvoll's plnn Inn tw ; ~~ .. ^ . .. . A .. _ whpped the 49ers Country Club course, where the two lowest scores were a 67 by Jerry Edwads of Ft. Worth, Tex., and a 68 by Al Kelley of Orlando, Fla. Each teed off in the relative calm early morning and finished before the winds reached full velocity. "Nobody could really enjoy golf in weather like that," .Tacky Cupit declared when he finished his round with a 69. "That wind really was blowing." Defending champion January Coach Don Powell's club led by 9-6, 19-9, and 30-16 at the stops. Garden had • 12-7 bulge in field goals and converted 29 of 39 free shots as Liberal committed 26 fouls. Liberal made 16 of 31 at the line. Phil Rudd paced Garden with 9 points. Garry Mahan scored 8 and Steve Nelson 7. Hall and Clifford each got 7 for Liberal. Garden's ninth-grade A-team, Dale Marine, is now Friday at 6:30 p.m., goes to Sco and B-team games. Bowlers Open New League A new league for women keglers got under way at Garden Bowl here Wednesday afternoon—the Buffalo League. It will bowl each Wednesday Krebs Construction by 2-1, 2,241 to 2,281; John Collins Agency i scored 2-1 over Coca-Cola, 2,305 to 2,286. Morgan Among Top Scorers Bill Morgan, Garden City Juco's 6-7 frosh postman, is now tied for second place in the individual basketball scroinj race of the Jayhawk Juco Conference. League data (for conference and non-league games combined) lists Morgan as having played in 16 games. He has scored 338 total points, averaging 21.1 points per outing. Morgan has hit 146 field goals and 46 free throws. That ties him for the second rung with Lillard Harris of Parsons JC. Harris has played in 15 '. 63 (ot) Candidates are seniors Carol Karle, Arlene Rupp, and Jolene Katz, and juniors Jackie McMich- acl and Lynn Martin. A vote of the student body Frl- dav will select the queen. Homecoming activities are being sponsored by Student Council. All Holcomb High alumni and ex-students are extended an invitation to attend the game. A dnnce for Holcomb students is scheduled afer the game. The three points and at Parsons in overtime," he said. "In both gamei we outshot them from the field but they scored more free throws than we did." Independence has a better balanced attack than it did in winning the national title a year ago, Sneller believes. Its offense is built around the inside shooting of 6-feet, 3-inch sophomore Elroy Moore, who is averaging about 17 points per game, and the outside shooting of Bill Todd and driving lay-ups of Bob Faulkner. Sntlltr balievts guards Todd and Faulkner, both Independence products, are "as good as any backcourt combination in the conference." Western League League All Games W L Pet. W L up this Saturday and Sunday at Countryside Lanes in Hutchia- son. Twenty-eight five-member teams bowled here. Later this season, zone YBA tourneys are slated in this area for singles, :louhles, and for parent-child twosomes. Bowler* In tht Prep division rolled just two games each. Scoring in all classes of the zone meet was on a handcap basis. The Syracuse Bulldogs team won the boys Prep crown with • 1,645 score for two games, including handicap pins. Members of the team were Tommy Thomerzek, Bruce Esquival. Ronnie Ewy, Billy Lewis, and Rick Cheatum. Gnunbein's of Dighton won second place. Six Prep boys teams took part. In the Prep girls divfaon. five teams competed. Garden City wnn first with 1,488 pins for two games, including handicap. George's Derby Service of Scott City (1,424) won second. Members of the Garden City team were Beverly straub, Joyce Arwine, Kathy Apnlebans, Karen Bonebrake, and Cheryl Yardley. Team» In th« junior and Major divisions rolled three games each. Crowned boys Junior champ was L&F cafe of Dighton with a 2,793 total. Garden City VFW won second with 2,782. In the girls Junior division, the winner was Thick's Barber Shop of Scott C' 4 " (2.670). with Garden Bowl of Garden City (2,621) taking second. Leot won first place In the Major division, totaling 3,071 pins. Team members wert Randy Case, Vic Case, Steve Wieser, Ron Downs, and Freddie Prlmblade. Second in that division went to Burr's Car and Tractor Repair of Scott City with 3,043. In the Major girls class, Scott City Jayettes (2,819) won the championship. Second went to Lent! with 2,737 pins. Four girls teams competed In the Junior division and two In the Major class. Five boys sounds took part in the Junior division and six among the Ma 1 ors. Dodge City queen and her attendants will | £ a P?. e " <; ity have a special place of honor at Hutchinson the post-game festivities. Co/feqe Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Villanova 73, Duquesne 63 NYU 69, North Carolina 68 Scion Hall 75 La Salle 68 St. John's, N.Y. 73, Canisius 70 Army 84, Rutgers 48 Syracuse 83, Fordham 59 St. Joseph's Pa. 71, Bucknell Butler County Pratt Arkansas City 7 0 1.000 18 1 4 3 .571 10 8 3 3 .500 12 5 3 5 .375 8 12 2 4 .333 6 11 1 5 .167 7 13 games and is also averaging 21.1 per game. He has just 316 came off the 18th green thor- at 1;30 pm Teams are made up | points, however. oughly wind-b'own as he ished his round with a 71. fin Are* Athl&tea On Track Roster of three women each. It is for beginning bowlers. Additional information can be obtained from Garden Bowl manager Ray Shearmire Donna Irwin rolled the opening day's high individual game of 156 and top individual .series of HAYS — Three Telegram-area \ 377. She is a member of th Bull youths are lilted on the 1964 Fort Dozers team. Hays State College indoor track roster. Keith Riley, former Dighton High athlete, is listed as a pole vaulter. He is a 5-11, 165-pound team game of 353 and top team series of 1,019. Results Stiampeders defeated Indians bv 2-1, total pins 1 006 to sophomore. His availability de- 932; Bull Dozers blanked Hunters pends on the conditon of a leg by 3-0, 1,019 to 927; Mavericks he injured in basketball. Duane Schneider of Tribune High is in the hurdles and high jump. He is a 5-10, 150-pound freshman. From Englewood High is Harry Walker, a distance man. He is a 5-10, 155-pound senior. A's Lease Still Hangs Fire New Clash Seen in K.C. KANSAS CITY (AP) - Fiery Charles O. Finley, of the Athletics and other American League club owners appear on the way to another headon collision after a session here Wednesday left Finiey and the! city still far apart over a stadium lease. In the first collision Jan. 16 in New York, the owners flatly rejected Finley's bid to move to Jxmisville and by a 9-1 vote ordered him to sign a lease in Kansas City by Feb. 1 or face expulsion from the league. The deadline was extended to Saturday after Finley said he might take his case to court and hired Louis Nizer, famed trial attorney. ' It's doubtful a lease will be signed before the deadline and the league is expected to call another meeting for next week. Finley obtained a firm commitment from Oakland, Calif., Jaa. 27 and it's likely he'll ask the league for permission to move the club to Oakland. The club owners doubtless will first try to get Finley and the city together on a compromise three-year pact. Failing that, the owners would then seem to have only two other choices: 1 Grant him permission to move the club to Oakland. 2. Follow through with their threat to take over Finley's franchise, thereby risking a law suit. The owners want to avoid a law suit if possible because they fear a change in the baseball's exemption from anti-trust laws. All talk of a compromise evaporated at the cession Wednesday when Finley insisted at the outset he couldn't and would not sign for more than two years. He put it this way, at one stage- "It ain't gonna be anything bested Thunderbolts by 3-0, 1,015 to 88G. Gienn to Don Running Togs NEW YORK (AP)—A spectacular field for the two-mile, a blazing personal duel in the half- mile and a bit of nostalgia are likely to steal the show Penn St. 76, Carnegie Tech 51 Lafayette 71, Lehigh 58 Albright 57, Delaware 48 St. Francis, Pa. 98, Tennessee State 94 MIT 70, Bowdoin 62 CCNY 53, Yeshiva 51 Ga. Tech 75, Vanderbilt 71(ot) Louisville !>7, Xavier, Ohio 91 W. Va. 86, Pittsburgh 84 Wake Forest 85, Va. Tech 82 Georgetown, D.C. 83, George Washington 81 DcPaul 72, Marquette 69 Dayton 90, Detroit 84 Bowling Green 82, Kent St 64 W. Michigan 81, Toledo 67 Evansville 103, DePaul 78 Butler 78, St. Joseph's, Ind. 62 —Whether buying or selling, usej Air Force 95, St. Michael's, Ltadtr — far ahtad of all others — is Maurice White of Pratt with 402 points. In his 16 games he has hit at a per- game pace of 25.1 points. White plays in the gym here Friday when Pratt faces Garden in a league game. Fourth-olace eager in the scor- The'B'ulT Dozers had both best| in l race is another Pratt gunner Easter Division League All Games W L Pet. W L Coffeville 7 01.000 20 1 Independence 4 2 .667 15 3 Chanute 4 3 .571 11 9 Parsons 4 3 .571 10 4 Fort Scott 3 6 .333 4 11 lola 0 8 .000 1 17 The schedule: Thursday — Independence at Tulsa freshmen. Friday — Yarsons at lola, Coffeyville at Chanute, Hutchinson at Arkansas City, Pratt at Garden City. Saturday—lola at Butler County (El Dorado), Wichita freshmen at Parsons. Tuesday—Chanute at Parsons, Coffeyville at Independence, Dodge City at Pratt, Arkansas City at Northern Oklahoma (Tonkawa), McCook, Neb., at Garden City. Bowlinq Green Star Keeps Point Command NEW YORK (AP) — Nick. Workman of Seton Hall and Gary Bradds of Ohio State each are putting on a late season surge, but Howard (Butch) Komives still is th* leading scorer in major college basketball. The 6-fcot-l star of Bowling Green held his No. 1 spot for the fourth straight week with • 34.6 average according to the latest statistics released today by the National Collegiate Service Bureau. Manny Newsome of Western Michigan is second with a 33.1 average followed by Workman's 31.9 and Bradds' 31.8 for a fourth place tie with Princeton's Bill Bradley. Best single game completion record in Big Ten football last fall was turned In by Dick Bader of Indiana. He completed 20 of 28 passes against Iowa. SEAT BELTS 7.89 MMf ImtelM . „_ Pr. O»l» '•V* Cars ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER «14 N. Ith That is Walt Gaskin, who became eligible only at mid-term. Gaskin has scored 83 points in his four games, for a per-game average of 20.8 points. i'c Tain Want Ads! NM. 56 but two can sit here from the traditionally featured mile run tonight in the 96th New York A.C. Games at Mad- until midnight." One of Finley's attorneys, Gerald Phillips, charged Mayor lson S 1 uare Garden, llus Davis took advantage of Finley because of the league's lease-or-else deadline and asserted the mayor hadn't "retreated even one inch since Jan. 16." Davis denied it, citing his modification giving Finley the first two years rent free on a five-year pact, instead ol the us what concessions Th nostalgia will be provided by Princeton's Bill Bonthron, Perm's Gene Venzke and Kansas' Glenn Cunningham, who finished in a near dead beat in the NYAC Baxter mile in 1934. They'll don running clothes and jog a lap in the 30th anniversary of their race. Ow»n» and Harrison last two free on » four-year ; Dillard, who collared eight \ lease. Then the mayor asked' Olympic gold medals betw«en' Finley "would you like to tell them, also will take a turn ,,c ».v,.t „.!,«,., you . ve around the Garden made since Jan. 16?" The two-mile has a definite in"I haven't made any and I'm lernational flavor in this Olym not going to make any," Finley pic year, with entries from Can retorted. The meeting adjourned Rica and the U.S. Toronto's 20- on that statement. Joe Cronin, league president, declined any comment. year-old Bruce Kidd, who has never lost on the Garden track, could be hard-pressed to defend. MSKETBAU Friday Night February 14th GARDEN CITY JUCO BRONCBUSTERS vs. PRATT JUCO BEAVERS Gamt Timt: 1P.M. : AMH 11.11 ttirtnn Me HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM USED T.V.'s EXCELLENT CONDITION Ntw Pic. Tub* Portable with stand 1960 ZENITH 17" New Pie. Tube RCA CONSOLE 24" New Pic. 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