Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 19, 1964 · Page 4
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Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 19, 1964
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Busters Too Tough for McCook By BOB GREER Pulling ttvvay after early sparrinfr. Garden City Junior Pollepe racked up a 13-point, 77-R4 non-conference basketball decision here Tuesday nifrht over McCook, Nebr., .1C. A crowd of several hundred fans turned out at the liitfh school prym. It was one of the larger crowds of the season for a non-league clash. Garden led by a,s much as 15 points in the first half, and Coach Dale Meadors shuffled players in and out throughout the contest, McCook cut the margin down to three points a', one time in the final half. But Garden pulled a»ray a^ain and was never in serious trouble. FAN FARE W«k Dtetn. It. was the third meeting of the riyals this winter. At McCook on Dec. 9, Garden had won an easy IS^poinl (76-01) decision. But on Dec. 28. the two played for third place in the annual Christmas Classic tourey. ilcCook downed the Busters by two points there; 71-69. But Gar- Monte Favored In Class B6 Ensign Tourney ENSIGN — Montezuma High's Indians, sporting a 12-5 overall reford, have been top-seeded for next week's annual Class BB district basketball tournement here. Bloom (10-5 overall) Is rated second, Ensign (6-7) third, and Ingalls (6-9) fourth. The tourney runs Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights, skipping Wednesday. Three games are slated on Tuesday, with two games set for each of the last two nights. dodge Citians Ed Konda and Vcrn Piantanida will be the officials. Piantanida is coach at Dodge City St. Mary College. Alternate IB John Fleming of Copeland, who will work only on opening night. AAonte hat lest only to standout competition. Unbeaten Rolla oWhs two wins over the Indians: by 54-40 and by 64-60. Rolla is rated among the state's Class B elite — a class above Monte. Holcomb beat Monte by 49-46, and Holcoml) is one of the area's better Class B clubs. Mullinville pipped the Indians by one point (40-39) and Windthorst by seven (58-51). Both those clubs are rated among the Top 10 in the state in Class BB. Best two clulbs here advance on to "the regionals the following week — and that tourney will be on Monte's home court. Only the winner goes on to the state Class BB tourney at Dodge City. Tuesday's three first - round losers are eliminated from further tournament play. Those three squads thus end their 1963-64 seasons. District Hurney pairings: Tues., Feb. 25—Ingalls vs. Copeland at 6 p.m.; Bloom vs. Engle- wopd at 7:30 p.m.; Ensign vs. Ford at 9 p.m.; Montezuma gets first-round'bye. Thurs., Feb. 27 — Bloom-Englewood winner vs. Ensign-Ford win ncr at 7 p.m. Montezuma vs. In galls-Copeland winner at 8:30 p.m These are semi-final games. Fri., Feb. 28 — Third • place game at 7 p.m. Championship (ame at 8:3$ p.m. Jack Murry #* Sets Keg Pace den was minus three of is regulars for that game. Garden now sports an overall 12-9 record. McCook is 4-11, having played six fewer games. Garden has won 8 of its 11 games since the tourney loss to McCook. McCook led by three points twice in the early firing. Garden had 5-point margins twice. Big Bill Morgan kept the Busters going with four early buckets. Morgan, in fact, poured through 14 of Garden's first 24 points in the game. The lead changed hands four times and was tied at 18-all with 11:34 left in the half. Garden took over for good at that point, moving ahead to stay at 20-48. That was on Morgan's seventh fielder, this time from the side. The lead then stayed at 3-5 points for a time. Garden pulled ahead by 11 points (34-23) with 6:25 to go. Willie Shine paced that thrust with three buckets In 2 minutes, 7 seconds. Morgan and Louis Horton hit successsivc fielders to give Garden its biggest span of the game: 15 points (42-27) with 1:47 left in .he half. The Busters led by 11 (42-31) at Intermission. Crclg Olten and Charles Campbell paced a second-half rally by McCook as the Busters used a substitute lineup. The Indians cut the lead down to five points Finally — with 9:37 left in the game— the lead narrowed to three points at 54-51. Garden steadied and pulled away again, sparked by Morgan, Shine, and John O'Connell. The lead went back to 11 points again. A pair of three-point plays, lowever, allowed McCook to mife the lead down to just five points (67-62) with 2:57 left in the BUCKLIN - Cimarron High's Bluejays had one of their tough- ist basketball games of the season here Tuesday night. The Gray County squad finally came through with a 50-43 non- conference decision over the rugged Bucklin Red Aces. Cimarron now has a 1C-1 overall record. Bucklin, one of the area's better Class B clubs, had ost just 4 of 14 games before Tuesday. Tuesday's 50-pplnt output was he low of the season for Cimarron. It also was the first time Cimarron had not beaten a foe by 1 or more points — except for Shine responded by hitting a drive-in and a set shot just 23 seconds apart. Gale Jones stole the ball and passed to Morgan for • dunk shot. Just 22 seconds later, Morgan hit another dunker— and the Busters finished a 13-point winner. Garden had a solid statistical edge over the visitors. For the full night, the Busters shot at a 42 per cent pace from the field, making 33 of 78 shots. Jack Murry of the Gardiner Dairy team rolled both high in dividual game of 240 and top individual series of 634 at Garden Bawl here Tuesday night as the National League completed its 24th week of action. Gardiner Dairy had high team game of 960. Walls' Foodliner posted best team, series of 2,746. Results: Ideal Foodstore defeated Garden National Bank by •3-1, total pins 2,633 to 2,596; Gardiner Dairy split 2-2 with Jones Builders, 2,690 to 2,657; Meier Sinclair downed Hume-Fry, Inc., by 3-1, 2, 612 to 2,602; Walls Food- liner blanked Five Points Drive- Inn by 4-0, 2,746 to 2,479. Maxine Bates rolled both high women's individual game of 198 and top women's individual series of 527 as the Prairie Mixed Lea gue finished its 20th week of play. She is a member of the Minter Drilling team. Bill Hull •* the Garden Belle Lumber squad had high individual men's game of 214. Ray Shearmire of the M inter Drilling squad had high individual men's series of 558. Minter Drilling rolled both best team game of 722 and top team series of 1,991. Results: Bob's Mobil Service defeated Sears-Roebuck by 3-1, 1,819 to 1,680; Minter Drilling blaked Garden Belle Lumber by 4-0, 1,991 to 1,809; G»rden City Laundry stopped Welders Suppjy b> 3-1, 1,799 to 1,660; Cook Refrigeration split 2-2 with Royal Neighbors, 1,706 to 1,783. In the first half, Garden hit a torrid 58 per cent (19 of 33). The Busters cooled to 31 per cent (14 of 45) the final half. McCook shot 41 per cent overall: 27 of 66. The Indians fired 38 per cent (13 of 34) the first half, 44 per cent (14 of 32) the final half. In rebounds, taller Garden had a whopping 60-31 edge. Morgan hauled down 17 and Shine 15. Campbell and George Eckhardt each nabbed 6 for the visitors. Garden converted 11 of 19 free throws, McCook 11 of 21. The Bus ters lost the ball via mechanical error 11 times. The Nebraskans made 14 such miscues. Morgan had another big night finishing with 29 points. He hit 1' buckets this time, and had 19 of his 29 points by intermission. Tlit 4-7 fro»h from Canton, Ohio fired at a solid 50 per cent nace from the field, making 14 of 28 at tempts. Shine finished with 18 points, all from the field. He hit 17 per cent: 9 of 19. O'Connell, 6-6 Colorado Springs frosh, contributed 12 points. He lit 50 per cent from the field oo: 5 of 10 attempts. Olsen, 5-8 sharpshooter from Holdrege, Nebr., led the Indians with 14 points, all from the field. He sank most of his from 'way out — and played a standout floor game for a little man. Campbell added 12 points to the McCook total. Eckhardt scored 11 [x>ints and Charles Nelson 10. Next start for Garden is Friday night here against always - tough Arkansas City JC. It's a Western Division Jayhawk Juco Conference match. Crlday'i 9*me will be the next- to-last home contest for Garden in the regular season. The Busters are at Dodge City on Friday, Feb. 29. The following night they close their regular slate here against Northeastern Colorado JC of Sterling. Garden will show here later, however— for the Busters play host to the annual sub-regional tourney this season. Mart Sporfc en Sublette Needs Overtime To Conquer Indians, 46-44 SUBLETTE - Sublette High allied from far back here Tuesday night to nudge tough Montezuma 46-44 in a one-overtime cage thriller. It was a non-conference clash. Both rivals now have identical 2-6 overall records. Four of Monte's six losses have been by margins of four or fewer points. Sublette trailed by as much as 3 points in the second frame. Montezuma led 19-9, 28-17, and 38-32 at the ends of the periods. The host Larks dropped behind again in the third frame by more than 10 points. The winners managed to send the game into overtime with a 12-6 last-period scoring edge. The lead changed hands several times in the fourth period. Sublette was ahead at 44-42, but a Monte fielder with 12 seconds left tied the count. Sublette missecl a field-goal try in the Blue jays Rally To Top Bucklin Cimarron Plans Keg Tournament CIMARRON — Another new meet has been added to the grow- ng list of Southwest Kansas keg- ing attractions. This time it's he first annual Women's Endurance Tournament at Bowl-Mor Uines here. The event runs over two weekends (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) next month. Dates are March 6, 7, and 8, and March 13, 14, and 15. It's fully sanctioned by. the Women's International Bowling Congress. Entries close at midnight on Friday, March 13. Forms should be mailed to secretary Connie Beery at Cimarron. Her phone is 23R11. Women will bowl 12 games across all of the alley's eight lanes. Five squad times may be chosen from each weekend: 1 and 6:30 p.m. on Fridays, 1 and 6:30 p.m. on Saturdays, and 1 p.m. on Sundays. 'Competition is on a handicap basis, based on averages as of Feb. 1. Maximum handicap allowable is 45 pins per game. Probable first prize for the winner in the handicap division — based on a minimun of 100 bowlers — is at least $240. Second is expected to pay $130 and third $80. Bowlers mav also enter their scores at the same time in a scratch division. In that competition they count their best three games out of the 12. its lone 53-51. defeat by Montezuma, Tht Itad changed hands a number of times. Cimarron trailed >y 13-7 at the end of the first frame, but was in front by 21-19 at intermission. Bucklin fashioned a 7-point lead in the third and was ahead 36-33 at the three-quarter mark. But Cimarron had a big 17-7 scoring bulge in the crucial final period. Cimarron trailed by one point with three minutes to go. The Jays used a full-court press to take over. With a three-point • pad, they switched to a delay game. Wes Koehn broke open for two layups to cinch it. The winners shot only 36 per cent (19 of 53) from the field. Cimarron had a 19-14 field-goal bulge but committed 22 fouls. Bucklin converted 15 of 27 free shots to almost win it. Cimarron hit 12 of 21 at the line. Caoch Jack Horn's Jays had an icy first period, making just 2 of 12 field-goal tries. Cimarron nabbed 51 rebounds. Koehn got 14 and Wayne Davis and Larry Addison 10 each. The Jays lost the ball nine times via mechanical error. Koehn, 6-1 senior, paced the Jays •with 22 points, all from the field. Chuck Butzine hit 9 points and Jim Newsom 7. Addison, 6-6 postman, had an ice-cold night. He made just two fielders before fouling out in the early fourth. Fisher led Bucklin with 16 points and Darst scored 9. Preliminary: Bucklin won B- team game by 5b'-51 as Eldon Fetter scored 19 points. Doug Sears led Cimarron with 13. Next game: Cimarron closes its regular season at winless Jetmore Friday night. The Jaks then play in the annual Class B district tourney at Sublette next week. Cl.MAHKON — Davis 1-4-6-6: But- zlm> 4-1-3-9: Adrlison 2-0-5-4: Tlmken 0-2-:i-2: Newsmn 1-5-4-7; Koehn 11-00-22: Whlti'aell 0-0-2-0. ToUla 19-1232-50. ItrCKLIN — Smith 1-0-0-2: Platt- m>r 0-0-1-0: Slants 1-1-5-3; Fetter 0-20-2: FislHM- 6-4-1-16: Daret 3-3-5-9; Old 1-3-3-6; Tllley 2-2-1-6. Total* 1415-16-43. last three seconds — and the game went into overtime. Monte was blanked in the extra frame. Substitute Gary Metts, a sophomore postman, proved to be the Lark hero. Sublette ran the delay game until the final three seconds. Haikdl Wright 'passed in to Metts, who was wide open under the basket for the winning layup. Sublette shot a hot 46 per cent (21 of 47) from the field converted 4 of 12 free shots, and had a 30-13 rebounding edge. Pete Hall and Metis were the Lark rebound leaders. Charles Markel led Monte with 7 grabs. From the field, Montezuma shot 32 per cent: 18 of 56. The Indians missed just 3 of 11 free shots. Sublette lost the ball 11 times via mechanical error. Hall finished with 14 points (all from the field) and Metts with 11. Market led Monte with 18 points, hitting. 6-for-6 at the line. Larry Mackcy contributed 14 points. Prtliminary: Sublette won B- team game by 41-35 as Roy Orth scored 12 points. Steve Koehn led Monte with 10. Next games: Sublette has completed regular-season slate. Larks play next week in annual Class B district tourney on their own court. Montezuma closes regular-season schedule Thursday night at Ingalls in Santa Fe Trail League clash. SUBLETTE — Watt 4-1-1-9; Metta 5-1-2-11; McLata 2-0-1-4; Hall 7-03-14; Wright 1-2-3-4; Measerly 2-«0-4. Totals 21-4-10-46. MON'l'EZUMA — Lntta 1-0-0-2; Markel 6-6-2-18; Mackey 7-0-4-14; Jnntz 1-1-2-3; Sole* 0-1-1-1; D. McCune 3-0-1-6. Totals 18-8-10-44. SuhMte Monteium* t 19 2—18 College Basketball Cinmrrui Burkllu 7 13 17—50 7—4S —Whether buying or selling, Peli'gram Want Ads! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota 89, Michigan 75 Cincinnati 99, St. Joseph's, Ind. 84 St. Benedict's 80, Omaha 70 Texas Tech 101, TCU 94 SMU 82, Texas 66 College of Emporia 69, Sterling 63 Friends 61, Bethel 58 Kansas Wesleyan 83, Baker 75 St. Benedicts 80, Omaha 70 William Jewell 105, Graceland 85 Missouri Valley 105, Central Methodist 77 MacMurray 71, Quincy 69 Oklahoma Baptist 67, Northeastern Oklahoma 66 Central Oklahoma 87, Langston 83 (2 ot) Panhandle A&M 87, Northwestern Oklahoma 74 Junior College Coffeyville 67, Independence 49 Garden City 77, McCook (Neb) 64 Dodge City 96, Pratt 68 Kansas City (Kan) 82, Wentworth 75 Highlands 76, Cohcordia St. Pauls 69 Moberly 98, Creston (Iowa) 72 Hannibal-LaGrange 84, Keokuk (Iowa) 75 Rickman, Dickey Capture Game, Series Honors Bob Rickman of the" Garden Bowl team rolled high individual lame of 245 at Garden Bowl here Monday night as the American League finished its 24th week of action. Elliott Dfckey of the Santa Fe Motors squad had high individual series of 605. Garden Bowl had both best team game of 1,004 and top tea mseries of 2,864. 'Results: Garden Bowl defeated Santa Fe Motors by 3-1, total pins 2,864 to 2,778; R. L. Crist ' Ranch blanked Merrill Implement by 4-0, 2,803 to 2,604; Southwest Carpet and Tile shut out Hummer Radio and TV by 4-0, 2,752 to 2,542; Burtis Motors downed Knights of Columbus by 3-1, 2,759 to 2,680. Jack Flowtrt of the Chappel Construction team posted high individual game of 220 as the Sportsman League finished its 23rd week of action. Harold Newitt of the Pepsi- Cola squad had high individual series of 587. Pepsi-Cola rolled best team game of 1,018, while ADM had best team series of 2,768. Results: Walters Motor Co. topped Ladd Machine Chop by 3-1, 2,565 to 2,462; Northern Natural Gas scored 3-1 over Moor man Feed, 2,566 to 2,488; ADM bested Oswalt Industries by 3-1, 2,768 to 2,653; Whitchurst Skelly topped Airway Cleaners by 3-1, 2,691 to 2,671; Eagles Lodge defeated Knoll Furniture by 3-1, 2,705 to 2,648; Pepsi-Cola blanked Schweer Repair by 4-0, 2,721 to 2,476; Chappel Construction split 2-2 with Optimist Club, 2,701 'to 2,654. Kiy Keeler of the Kay's Beauty ram a team rolled both high individual game of 207 and top individual series of 543 as the housewives League finished its 22nd week of play. Twisters had best team game of 705. Top team series was 2,055 by Ankrom Motors. Results: Cinderella Polls downed Rickman Body Shop by 2-1, 1,911 to 1,862; Twisters defeated Security Oil by 2-1, 1,984 to 1,930; Misfits blanked Whcatland Motel by 3-0, 1,951 to 1,771; Knoll Furniture scored 2-1 over ersen Laundry, 1,959 to 1,933 Kay's Beautyrama downed Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas by 2-1, 1,938 to 1,863; Ankrom Motors blanked Goof-Offs by 3-0, 2,055 to 1,816. Vikings Gain SFTL Victory Tigers Stage^ Point Parade SYRACUSE — Ulysses High poured through the points here Tuesday night to down undermanned Syracuse by 44 points, 92-48. It was a non-conference basketball clash. The 92-point output was Ulysses 1 highest In one game in at least the past five seasons. Gerald Raines has co.'enen the Tigers for 91 games over the past fijur seasons. Highest previous mark in that span was two years ago. That was on Feb. 17, 1982 at Meade when the Tigers scored an 85-59 non-conference win. Ulysses plays an independent sports schedule. Syracuse rolled away to an early 7-1 lead and was ahead by 10-5 with 3:27 left in the first period. But the host Bulldogs were blanked for the next 3:45— Clt? WedMUtay, feb. If, W4 Rolla Swamps Kendall; Keeps Record Intact Tigers Take 15th Win GAKDEN CITY iC — Jones 0-00-0: Martin 0-0-1-0: Horton 2-2-8-6; Ponder 0-0-0-0; Ouadlan 0-0-0-0: Shine 9-0-4-18; TUompscui 2-3-0-7: Chirk 0-0-1-0: Smith 1-8-O-5: MoAsey 0-0-1-0: Morgan 14-1-2-29: O'Connell 6-8-1-12. Totals 83-11-16-77. McCOOK JO — Shepherd 0-0-3-0: Olson 7-0-3-14; Netoon 5-0-2-10: Eok- h»r<it 4-8-1-11; Schoen 1-1-0-3: Broomfield 0-0-0-0; Quliui 1-0-2-2; Campbell 6-0-5-12: WeaUierwax 0-3-0-8; Wudtke 3-3-3-9. Tot»U 27-10-18 <>1 SHALLOW WATER — Shallow Water High celebrated Homecoming here Tuesday night with a one-point 52-51 basketball victory over Beeler's Broncos. It was a nan-conference clash. Shallow Water is now 15-2 overall and has won 13 in a row since two early-season defeats. At Beeler on Jan. 28 in the first meeting of the two rivals, Shallow Water had won a 19-point (74-55) decision. But the Tigers had their bauds full here Tues day. Only a few points separated the two rivals all the way. Beeler led by 17-13 at the end of the first period and the count was tied 38-all at intermission. Shallow Water led 40-39 at the final turn. The Tigers fashioned a five-point margin with some five minutes left in the game — then hung on while Beeler trim med it down to one point at game's end. The winners had a 23-21 margin in field goals and converted to 20 11 »S—77 i of 18 free shots. Beeler hit 9 of .6 at the line. Hichard Van Campen led Shal- ow Water with 14 points. Ev- ?rett Miller scored 13 and Orlin Zink 11. Beeler used no substi- utes. Martin (17 points), Edwards M4), and Schneider (10) paced the Broncs. Preliminary: Shallow Water won the B-team game by 82-36 as D. F. Miller scored 18 points. Ed wards ltd losers with 6. Next game: Shallow Water hosts C'oolidge in makeup game Firday to end regular season. A win will give the Tigers the co title of the Western Arkansas Valley League. SHALLOW \VATKB — E. Miller 6-1-3-13; Savolt 0-1-3-1: Haupt 3-02-6: Duff 2-3-2-7: Van Campeu 7-01-14: Zink 6-1-1-11. Totals 23-6-11-52 —Closing out sale — Radios, TVs, stereos and appliances. Service Hadio and TV. —adv Ml M 4-M'l DAVIS t ft*r*9t CM*MV WATCH For The RED BALLOON! Bt:r.l.KK — Edwards 7-0-0-14: Scimmder 3-4-3-10; Martin 8-1-2-17; Pearce 2-8-5-6; Dunvler 1-2-3-4. Totals 21-9-13-51. Sh. Wutor Heeler IS 17 It— « It—61 COPELAND — Leading throughout the game, Copeland High's Vikings bested Englewood 60-40 here Tuesday night in a make-up 'basketball clash. The Santa Fe Trail test was postponed from Feb. 6 because of inclement weather. Copeland is now 3-11 overall and 1-6 in the SFTL. Englewood is also 3-11 overall and 0-7 in the conference. In a previous meeting of the two, Copeland won by 57-33. That was on Jan. 7 in the annual SFTL tourney at Moscow. Copland ltd 11-9, 27-19, and 42-25 at the stops Tuesday. The Vikes had a 24-11 margin in field goals. Englewood led 18-12 to free shots. Richard Loucks paced the winners with 23 points, 18 from the field. Garetson added 9. P. D. Roesch paced the losers with 18 points, making 10 free shots. Englewood's roster lists just one player of 6-0 or more in height. Copeland closes its regular- season slate Thursday at Ensign, a SFTL match. Englewood ends its regular season Thursday at Moscow, also a conference .game. OOl'Kl.ASU — Jantz 2-1-4-5: Garetson 4-1-3-9: Stude 2-3-3-7; Unruh 3-1-3-7: Loucks 9-5-6-23: Spanler 1-03-2; Bryant 3-1-2-7. Totals 24-12-2360. KNUI.KWOOD—J. Roesch 4-10-3-18; Iscnbart 2-1-5-5; J. Roberts 1-1-3-3; Layman 2-4-3-9; C. Roberta 2-1-1-5; Hawley 0-0-5-0. Totals 11-18-23-40. C'opcUnd U 16 U 18—6* Knxlewuod 9 10 6 15—W KENDALL — Rolla High's Pirates — Southwest Kansas' only unbeaten basketball squad — racked up win No. 18 here Tuesday night. The Morton County Club downed Kendall by 20 points, 58-38. Rolla led the full distance. Pirate margins at the ends of the periods were 15-6, 25-13, and 40-24. Rolla had a 26-14 edge in field goals apd converted 6 of 11 free throws, Kendall hit 10 of 18 at the line. Kendall shot only 24 per cent from the field, making 14 of 58 attempts. Rolla had a 34-27 mar gin in rebounds and Kendall lost the ball nine times via mechanical error. Bab Buck led Kendall rebounders with 10 grabs. John Tope nabbed 8. In the third period, Kendall managed to narrow the gap to just eight points — but Rolla pulled away again to pad its mar. gin. Rolla scoring was well-balanc ed, as usual. Bobby Niles scored 15 points, Ricky Williamson 14, and Wayne Claassen 9. Steve Banker and Randy Bane each added 8. For Kendall, Danny Jury scored 17 points. Dan Buck and Darrell Bontrager each contributed 6. Preliminary: Rolla won B-team game by 47-24 as Chuck Cook and Ronnie DeGarmo each scored 10 points. Ron Finlay led Kendall with 7. Next games: Kendall (now 11-4 overall) has completed its regular season. The Bobcats play next week in the annual Class BB dis trict tourney at Deerfield. Rolla plays host to Kismet Saturday to close its regular season. That is a Santa Fe Trail League clash. KENI1ALI,—Jury 7-3-4-17; B. Buck 1-3-1-5: Tope 1-2-3-4; D. Buck 2-2-0-6 Bontrager 3-0-1-6. Totals 14-10-9-38. BOLLA — Williamson 6-2-2-14 Banker 4-0-2-8; Claasseti 4-1-3-9; Miles 7-1-1-15; Bane 4-0-3-8; Randl 0-0-1-0: Mangels 1-0-1-2; Bagwell 0-1 0-1; Llttell 0-1-1-1. Totals 26-6-14-48 and Ulysses scored 12 points in that span. . ~ Ulyim led 17-10 at the end ot the first period and by 39-22 at ntermission. In the late second ic Tigers poured through two elders and seven free shots in wo minutes — while Syracuse.,, as blanked again. That decided At the three-quarter mark it.. was 60-36 for the visitors. Uly»- es poured through 32 points -IB he final frame. ,. , The visitors hit • blazing 47 r cent (33 of 70) of their field hots and converted 26 of 35 free hots as Syracuse committed. & fouls. - Syracuse hit 38 per cent (19 of 0) from the field and made 10 of 1 at the line. Syracuse lost thf iall 22 times via mechanical -er> or to just 13 for Ulysses. In rebounding, Ulysses piled up 45-23 margin. Hadley Hall grabbed 13 and Bob Blehm 9 for he winners. Bill Thomeczek auled down 5 and Oliver Palmer 4 for the Bulldogs. Hall finished with 19 Ulysse* points, converting 7 of 8 free- - hrows. Lloyd Howard had a bi| 25^point night, scoring 11 buckets. Jerry Finch added 14 wints, scoring 12 in the final rame alone. Dave Schmidt and Palmer each scored 14 points for Syracuse. Preliminary: Ulysses won Bearn game by 76-49. Jack Dojr- den scored 24 points and Larry* 3 itts and Gee added 12 each." Steve Steitz led Syracuse with II and Bob Jantz scored 12. Next games: Ulysses (now 10-7 overall) plays at Scott City Friday night. Syracuse (4-13) closes ts regular season at Lakin Friday. That is a High Plains CoO- erence game. ULYSSKS — Hall J-7-1-19; Akagl 2-1-4-5; Howard 11-3-2-26; Blehm 25-1-9; King J-6-4-8; Flnah 6-4-4-Ml Pox 2-0-1-4; Bender 3-0-1-6; Pitts 10-0-2: Will 0-0-1-0; Dowden 0-0-1-0. Totals 33-26-20-92. SYRACUSE — Dunn 3-1-5-7: 90h- midt 7-0-5-14; Palmer 5-4-2-14; His- ett 0-2-4-2; Thomeczek 1-2-5-4; JBo Daneld 1-1-5-3: Hammond 0-0-0-0 Blair 1-0-1-2; Walz 0-0-0-0; Janti 00-0-0; Roy 1-0-2-2. Total* 19-10-29-4*. Kendall Bella 16 7 19 14—S 18—5 Dodge Citians Bear .ocol Basketbollers Frank Epp Chevrolet of Dodge ity racked up a 120-83 non-lea gue win over Dicks' Dairy of Gar den City here Monday night in own team basketball battle. The game was played at Alt; Jrown Gym. Charles Jackson, former Dodg City Juco star, ted the winner with 29 points. He scored 17 in th final 10 minutes. WELDING SCHOOL (ly Ncfery WtMii* Ttclwkkw) (MOWING YOU THI UTIST IN WILPINft MITHOPS ANQ MAT!MAIS. TO BE HELD THURSDAY, FEB. 20th MOM t:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. (Crffw M* OtMitf WiM It Welders Supply Mitbwty W Wttf *ir*i City, Kf, Syracuse IT !• St—M sports slate WEDNESDAY Bowling: Buffalo League for begin* niiiK women at 1:30 p.m. Yankee and Classic Scratch Leagues for men and Dust Bowlers League for wonie'lj all three at night. All at Cardan Bojd. . Basketball: Start of 12th annual , Santa Fe Grade School League tour» ney at Sublette Junior High Gym. I» seventh-grade division today, Jehn» son plays Red Rock at 6 p.m. and • Subette playa Rolla at 8:30 p.m. !• eighth-grade division, Rolla playi • Red Rock at 7:15 p.m. * TIIUBSDAY , Bowling: Coffee Leugua for womej at 9:16 a.m. Tu:nbleweed League for women and Athletic League for men, both at night. All at Garden Bowl. • Basketball: Second of three night of 12tti annual Santa Fe Grade School League tourney at Sublette Junlot High. Seventh-grade frame a t 6 today. Eighth-grade games at 7'If and 8:30 p.m. ., v • Basketball: Three recreational , league games at Ban Grlmsley Gym here tonight. Ilenkle Drilling vs. Garr den City Jaycees at 7:30 p.m. Laki» Jaycees vs. Oswalt Industries at-8:3* p m. Best Seed Co., vs. School FK* ulty at 9:30 p.m. , * Basketball: Undefeated Holcom* ninth graders play at Lakln. 7 p.m., CST. „ . SEAT BELTS (MtolM 7 OO Pr. Only f «OT Cm ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER 414 N. M LOANS Autos and furniture Get $25 to SI,000 01 moie-Quitkly HNANCE CO INC

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