Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 15, 1964 · Page 8
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: College I Basketball •y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Connecticut JO, Vermont <4 -Penn 60, Harvard 40 I Yale 76, Columbia 63 ^Princeton 100, Dartmouth 46 -Cornell M, Brown 77 'Colgate «6, Alfred 87 Clemson 91, No. Carolina » <a ot) Virginia €6, Navy 5s . Wake Forest 79, Maryland 77 ' So. Carolina 61, North Carolina State 52 (ot) So. Dakota St 81, North Dakota €3 •Souhern Calif, «8, Washington State «0 UCLA 73, Washington 58 Stanford 69, California 57 'Arizona 85, Utah 72 Oregon 77, Gonzaga 68 Arizona St. U. 110, Brigham Young 85 ', Oregon State 76, Seattle 72 I San Francisco 103, Pepper- fine 68 ' Loyola Los Angeles 93, Santa Ctara 76 Emporia State 79, Fort Hays •tate 71 ..fcnsas City National 8», St fUry of the Plains 66 Missouri Valley 90, Culver- •tockton 79 _ Drury SB, Westminster 53 -Harris 87, St. Louis Concordia as . Lincoln Christian (111) 82, t-. Eastern Illinois 82, Western ffiinois 78 .John Brown 61, LeTourneau 60 Central Oklahoma 90, Pan- fcandle Aim «0 , JSouffaeastern Oklahoma 74, Mfflips 59 Oklahoma Baptist 95, Northwestern Oklahoma 69 Junior College Parsons 75, lola 59 .Xark (Neb) 81, McPherson Central 66 -Moberly 96, Grand View {Iowa) 71 " Cansas City (Kan) 73, Joplin i fiutchinsoo 77, Arkansas City OTHER SPORTS Track - Kansas 66, Oklahoma 56 ., Omaha 48, Emporia State 47, •with Dakota 33 Wrestling ttaryvffle State 16, Missouri 11 Iowa State 27, Kansas State 3 . Oklahoma State 26, Northwest- Big Eight Leaders Face Road Contests By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Pmt Sports Writer The Big Eight is snarled in a three-way tie at the half-way Oklahoma State 9t, Western Colorado State 0 Swimming . Westminster 52, Warrensburg •tate 43 Kansas 74, Kansas State 21 Pittsburg State 67, Maryville •tate 28 Gymnastics Southern Illinois 64, Minnesota 35 ^During the 1963 National League baseball season a total of SS9 players saw action. High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coffeyville 59, Independence 31 Parsons 68, lola 57 Pittsburg-51, Columbus 35 Chanute 55, Fort Scott 53 Hutehinson 69, Newton .44 El Dorado 45, Wellington 39 Winfield 53, Wichita Campus 47 Wichita East 43, Wichita South 37 Wichita Southeast 51, Wichita Kapaun 39 Wichita West 61, Wichita Heights 54 Manhattan 57, Clay Center 41 McPherson 90, Emporia 60 Salina 46, Abilene 38 Russell 61, Dodge City 56 Hays 48, Lamed 44 (ot) Garden City 41, Pratt 34 Hugoton 53, Liberal 43 Leavenworth 51, Lawrence 45 Seaman 75, Atcfcison 66 Hayden 73, Highland Park 60 Washburn Rural 74, Shawnee Heights 59 Wyandotte 80, Shawnee-Mis- skm West 63 Shawnee - Mission North 61, Topeka 51 Shawnee - Mission East 54, Tooeka West 43 Turner 56, Ottawa 48 Argentine 41, Bonner Springs 33 Rosedale 52, Olathe 50 Bishop Miege 81, Kansas City (Mo) Pern-Day 63 Kansas City (Mo) Lincoln 68, Sumner 67 Girard 65, Anna 59 Baxter Springs 75, Galena 61 Cherokee Southeast 73, Pittsburg College High 62 Fulton 66, Pittsburg St. Marys 52 Humboldt 64, Yates Center SO Cherryvale 71, Eureka 57 Fredonia 55, Burglinton 46 Neodesha 58, Garnett 35 Anthony 62, Kiowa 56 Medicine Lodge 63, Attica 47 Valley Center 41, Mulvane 40 Augusta 80, Clearwater 41 Goddard 80, Andale 41 Andover 68, Leon 59 Remington 65, Circle 51 Buhler 44, Nickerson 41 Inman 69, Burrton 51 Moundridge 71, Halstead 69 Hutehinson St. Teresa 79, Salina St. Johns 46 point in its basketball title race. It might stay that way although all three co-leaders are playing on the road tonight Colorado, which is tied with Kansas State and Oklahoma State at 5-2, will take on Slippery Joe Cipriano's Nebraska upstarts at Lincoln. K-State puts a string of 20 straight victories over Missouri on the line at Columbia and Oklahoma State plays at Iowa State. Kansas, 4-4, gets a chance to move into the first division again against Oklahoma at Lawrence. The Jayhawks are wary of an ambush although Oklaho- ma dropped eight straight since edging Kansas 65-63 in the league opener. Kansas feels OU must be better than its record. Nebraska is in fourth place at 4-3 after a stunning 54-53 upset over Oklahoma State Monday at Lincoln. The Huskers went into the league race with a 1-9 record. They were last in the league at 1-13 in 1963. "Our players are simply getting confidence in the type of offense and defense we use," Cipriano said. "We had our best night of basketball against OU." Cipriano said veterans Charlie Jones and Daryl Petsch were in top form during the comeback drive. The Huskers forced K-State into overtime before losing and have beaten both Missouri and Oklahoma in overtime at Lincoln. Kansas State's long hex over Missouri is even longer at Columbia. The Tigers haven't beaten K-State at home since 1950. Their last victory over the Wildcats was in 1956 at Manhattan. Willie Murrell of K-State and Ray Carey of Missouri traded 27-point games hi the semifinals of the Big Eight tournament hi December but the Wildcats won going away, 84-67. 10ft 11 Garde* City Telegram Oklahoma has beaten Kansas five times in their last six meetings, usually in the last minute. The Jayhawks can take heart from George Unseld's career average of 26 points against OU, with a high of 31. Oklahoma State will try again for Coach Henry Iba's 699th career victory and are favored to get it this time for a three-game season sweep over the Cyclones. High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sterling 71, Hoisington 61 Ellsworth 74, St. John 60 Ellinwood 40, Stafford 35 Hillsbqro 66, Peabody 65 Marion 82, Herington 54 Council Grove 45, Centre 44 Colby 74, St Francis 39 Hill City 74, Phillipsburg 65 Plainvflle 57, WaKeeney 53 Ellis 61, Palco 55 Natoma 44, Stockton 40 Marysville 77, Concordia 59 Minneapolis 64, Belleville 58 Beloit 66, Osborne 56 Lincoln 57, Smith Center 52 Wamego 59, Holton So Hiawatha 42, Sabetha 41 Effingham 83, Horton 56 Augusta Wins 17Hi WitHoutoDefor* TOPEKA (AP)—Augusta, the only Kansas Class AA high school with a perfect basketball record, won its 17th game Friday night, defeating Clearwater 80-41. The state's only Class A teams with perfect records, Ellsworth and Humboldt, also had little trouble in extending their victory strings. Ellsworth won No. 15, defeating St. John 74-60. Humboldt won No. 14 with a 64-30 victory over Yates Center. 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