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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1964, Salina, Kansas Sun Mur 8 1964 Journal t KU Whips OSU 5846 Cats Rock Mizzou 8868 Jayhowks Sure Of Third Place LAWRENCE Kan whipped Ok lahoma State 5846 Saturday night to clinch at least a thirdplace finish in the Big Eight basketball race The Jaybawks finished their Beloit To Class A State Beloits Trojans made it 191 for the season captured the Class A regional and advanced to the state tournament at Hutchinson starting Thursday by defeating Chapman Saturday night in Abilene The team front from Tad Ful Beloit 7961 ler Jim Slaven Tom Hull Mike Miller and Dan Davis Back from Coach Gene Ready Bob Meats Gary Schoen Francis Gronewoller Rich ard Bean and Jerry Harrison Journal Photo By Irish season with an 86 league record and can tie Colorado for second if Colorado loses its last game Kansas took the lead with 12 minutes left in the first half and never trailed thereafter going in at halftime 3025 Three points by Gene Johnson pulled the Cowboys to 3028 just after intermission and the Cow boys were within two points three more times before Kansas broke it open with good shooting and ballcontrol offense Lewis Scores 17 Sophomore Delvy Lewis o Kansas led the scoring with 17 and Davd Schichtle 10 Jhnson points George Unseld added 16 and David Schichtle 10 Johnson made 10 for Oklahoma State and was the only Cowboy in double figures The defeat left Oklahoma State 67 with one league game left and again Coach Hank Iba was denied his 700th victory Oklahoma State has lost six of its last seven games after a 40 start in the league Kansas hit 21 of 45 field shots for 47 per cent while Oklahoma Oklahoma Slate Hassmann King Johnson Hawk Cooper Swartar Wright Iba onfleld Doyle TOTALS Krnas Renko Gibson Unseld Lewis Brill Vjince TOT A US Oklahoma Slate Kansas Personal O Basketball Scores Collrre Basketball B The AKsoilutcJ St Johns 71 NYU SI Illinois 97 Wisconsin 73 Minnesota 90 Indiana 89 Kansas 58 Oklahoma State Kansas State 8S Missouri 08 Murray 89 Morehead 84 Michigan 69 Iowa 61 Manhattan 67 Fordham Ohio Univ 82 Toldeo 76 Cot Mich Stale 81 Ohio Stale 80 Knn State SS illssouri 68 Kansas 5S On la State 46 Marquctte 6S Xalver Ohio F T 67 8 01 8 22 o 11 7 12 5 23 4 00 2 00 0 00 0 00 2 00 0 17 1216 G F T 1 24 4 2 12 5 6 49 16 3 45 10 8 11 17 I 22 4 0 2t 1621 M 25 30 Oklahoma State Hassmann 2 King 2 John son 5 Hawk 4 Cooper 2 Swaf 1 Wright Iba Doyle Kar Gibson 3 Unseld 4 Schich tlc Lewis Brill i Attendance 4500 Region Junior College at Columbia ilo Highland Kan 69 Hannibal LaCirange Mo 68 lllilwest NCAA Regional at Cedar Fails Jowa Washington of St Louil 77 Nebraska Weslcyan 74 ACC Tournament Murrell Scores 39 Career High MANHATTAN Kan Murreirpaced Kansas States Big Eight champions in an easy 88 to 68 victory Saturday night The 6foot6 Murrell pump ed in 39 points a career high KState which wrapped up iona Title State went cent 17 of 54 for 32 per Haven Wins Class A Title Delphos By Alton 4944 For Regional JEWELL Delphos Maroons turned back Alton 4944 Saturday night to win the Class BB region al tournament Delphos advances to the Class BB state at Dodge City Thursday Friday and Sat Duke 80 Wake Forest 59 AA at Great Bend McPherson 72 Hutchinson 67 1st Great Bend 59 Garden City 43 3rd A at AljHfne Beloit 79 Chapman 61 Jst Clay Center 86 Abilene 63 3rd Clans A at Kinxmiui Haven 55 Nicherson 54 Medicine LoOge 69 Kingman CS 3rd lass BB at Huyt Uenlson 45 Circleville 41 1st Everest 68 Morrowville 54 3rd Class B ai Blue Rapids Highland 58 Washington 53 1st Belleville 75 54 3rd Class Bit at Jewel Delphos 49 Alton 44 1st Woodston 69 Glen Elder 58 3rd day Woodston took third place By Vic Calcote ABILENE Beloits Trojans swept aside the Chapman Irish 7961 here Saturday night to win the Class A regional title and post their 10th straight victory The triumph was the 19th against a single loss this season for the North Central Kansas League powerhouse Five Trojans flashed in double figures to dump the Greenies Alike Miller a 511 junior led the scoring with 20 points Tom Hull followed with 16 Gary Schoen scored 12 Francis Groenwoller 12 and Bob Meats 11 Chapman was led by Ron Stull with 18 points Carl Funston tallied 12 points for the Irish all the first half The Irish managed to stay with the Trojans for most ol the first period when David Hugg deadlocked it a final time et 1010 Then the Trojans shov ed ahead 1210 with re maining and dashed on to a 23 15 first quarter advantage ntermission advantage and kept up the pressure with a 22 point hird period to post a 6847 advantage In the final frame the Trojans going mostly wit reserves were outscored 1411 Beloit dashed home 31 fielc oai shots in a hot shooting dis play The Irish netted 23 from the field Tigers Take Third Clay Center turned aside Abi lene 8663 for third place in the preliminary Saturday night I man 15 and Stan Springer 12 to ead the Tigers Bob McKee losed out his career at Abilene vith 23 points Gary Olson scor d 12 Ron Gibbs 11 and Steve Olsen 10 Clay Center closed with a 137 record Abilene finished with 714 mark was Clay Centers third wii over the Cowboys this season During CKL action in the regular campaign Clay Centc scored 5635 and 6257 decisions The Tigers who were in com mand all the way led the Cow boys 2114 4827 and 6348 the rest stops The Tigers pu home 23 points the final period The fastmoving Trojans flipptne tne won b ed home 23 more points the Joe Craig scored 20 points second quarter to take a 46311 Harvey Frigon 19 Chris Chap Class B KINGMAN Nickerson 5544 Highland Wins Belleville 3rd Haven shaded Saturday night to win the Class A regional title and a trip to the state tourna ment at Hutchinson this week In the third place game Medi cine Lodge turned back King man 6968 Meats Schoen Hull Miller Harrison Slaven Bean Fuller Davis Championship Ft Fj 3 5 Stull 5 1 31 Hugg 5 2 Joncr 562 Funston 923 Lewis Fg Ft F 741 222 00 Hoffman 3 1 0 Oard 0 0 Aluens 0 0 Timm 0 0 Herman Totals 31 17 Totals M 15 17 Score By Quarters Beloit 23 46 63 79 Chapman 15 31 47 61 Third Place Clay 1 Fg Ft V Fg Ft F Craig Frlfion Springer Williams Chapman Carlson Wilkcns Conrad Newell 9 2 6 7 6 0 2 0 5 5 1 3 0 i 0 0 0 1 Habluetzel 1 Armstrong 21 Born Glbhs McKee 31 S Olsen 0 O Olson if Walker Pntzold li Bennett 0 Griffiths 0 1 0 5 1 3 7 3 2 5 0 1 1 3 0 3 1 0 0 2 Totals 30 2C Totals 25 13 26 Score By Quarters Clay Center 21 48 63 Ahilene 14 27 46 63 Chicago Loyola Begins Title Defense Tuesday BLUE RAPIDS Highland turned back Washington 5853 Saturday night and won the Class B regional title It gave Highland a spot in the Class B state at Emporia this week Washington led 3129 at the half and they were tied 4343 after three quarters Bellevilles Buffaloes leading all the way after the first period turned aside Centralia 7554 for third place Championship Highland 16 29 43 58 Washington 13 31 43 53 Highland Collins 403 Rush 375 Flint 122 Stewart Corder 740 Parker 001 Rorabaugh 003 Totals 211611 Washington Brabeck 124 Ponn backer 114 Patterson 544 Rogge 531 Trembltiy 113 Wells 724 Totals 201320 Tnlrd Place Belleville 9 30 44 75 Centralia 11 25 41 51 Belleville Arnett 113 Atkinson 204 Bresslar 100 Hulfman 453 Waller 001 Jeadoe 702 Martin 013 Munson 402 304 Hoyt 110 Totals 321122 Ccntralin Becker 262 Hayns 15 5 Jr RiKglns 735 John Rlggins 23 Weyer 363 Stanger 0uE Totals 162220 McPherson By Hutch 7267 To Win Title Championship Havun 17 35 45 55 Nlckeraon 17 34 43 54 Haven Oehlert S4S Voth 103 Coleraan 603 Detler 722 Worthirg ton 012 Flnnin 2f0 Totals 24713 Nickerson Detter 782 Litton 95 2 Ferguson 200 Naab 003 Ninin ger 014 Ditgen 121 Totals 191612 Third PUee Kinsman 10 30 48 68 Medicine Lodge 19 30 ol 69 Kingman Gllchrlst 641 Brock 5 54 Kyle 213 Gelst 240 Reitcr 621 Schrag 500 Totals 26169 Medicine Lodge Voss 1030 Gib son 621 Cole 005 Rlckard 323 Smith 904 WMtehead 301 Totals 31714 with a 5958 victory over Glen Elder Delphos paced by Keener with 20 points and Garrison with 6 trailed 1211 the first quarter ed 2423 at the half and 3531 after three periods Bates scored 20 points for Alton Woodston led Glen Elder all the way Championship Delphoc 11 24 39 Alton 12 23 31 44 Delphos Garrison 482 Keener 6S 3 Thurston 334 Lynch 121 Sechrist 001 Totals 142111 Alton Brent 503 Bates 843 Thornburg 305 Brummer 125 Hartzler 101 Sims 003 Totals 19620 Third Flmce Woodston 23 S9 51 59 Glen Elder 12 22 43 58 Woodston Oiler 444 Mason 522 Maddox 631 Hartzler 113 Blecha 315 Melton 102 Green 314 Jones 001 Totals 231322 Glen Elder Lowdermllk 103 Por ter 104 Etetler 981 Boehner 614 Thompson 333 Ote 001 Hominger 300 Totals 231216 Ice Hockey National Hockey By The Associated rresa New York 3 Montreal 1 Toronto 4 Detroit 2 Nine Overtimes In Indiana Game GREAT Bullpups pretournament fav orite and cochampion of the Central Kansas League turned back Ark Valley League champ ion Hutchinson 7267 here Sat urday night to win the Class AA regional title McPherson became the second CKL team to advance to the Class AA state at Lawrence this Thursday Friday and Sat urday Manhattan turned back Junction City Friday night at Junction to win that Class AA regional McPherson and Man hattan shared the CKL title this season The teams were tied 1616 the first period but McPherson went ahead 3830 at the half and held a 5248 third period lead McPherson was outshotfrom the field 3025 but made 22 free throws to seven for Hutchinson Pyle tossed in 21 points Mc Kenna scored 19 Buss hit 16 and Kelley scored 12 for McPherson Newell scored 14 to pace a bal anced Hutch attack Great Bend won third place with a 5943 win over Garden City Championship I Fg Ft Fs Ft F Pyle 7 72 Robinson TOO 6 7 51 Ediger S 2 5 1 0 2i 525 its seventh Big Eight title in nine years by beating Oklahoma State Monday night was never behind or threatened as a capa city crowd of 12500 watched The Wildcats now 112 in the league and 195 for all games close the regular season at Iowa State Monday night Mis souri finished 77 and 13 11 with its first winning season in six years It was KStates 10th straight victory after a 12 league start and 22nd straight over Missouri since 1956 Last Home Game Murrell was at his best in his final home appearance The spree raised his league total to 300 points in 13 games a 231 average Bob Price led Missouri with 25 points and finished at 219 while George Unseld Kansas wound up at 213 Murrell needs only eight points in his final game to clinch the scoring crown In the last five minutes of the first half he hit 17 of his teams i9 points for a 4536 halftime bulge From the field Murrell hit 14 of 24 shots He was a perfect llforil at the foul line and led both teams with L3 rebounds MISSOURI G F T Famank S 34 13 Early 4 47 12 Carey 3 79 13 Price 9 79 25 Kuiid 1002 Waller 0000 Mcnsees 1 12 3 BeachaTnp 0 00 0 TOTALS 23 2231 68 KANSAS STATE F T Simons S 00 10 Murrell 14 1111 39 Suttner 6 22 14 iloss C 23 14 Robinson 4149 Gcttfrld 0000 0 00 0 Kelson 1 00 2 TOTA1S te 1621 88 Missouri 36 KState 45 Personal fituls Missouri Flamank 3 Early 2 Carey 4 Price 2 Pudd 3 Kansas State Simons 3 Murrell 2 Suttner 4 3 Robinson Gotlfrid 4 Williams Nelson 3 Attendance 12500 Providence the 1963 winner is By Hugh Fullcrton Jr AssociatedPress Sports Writer i in the NCAA tournament this Chicago Loyola surprise winj year ner of the national collegiate Both tournaments basketball championship last Saturday March 21 San Francisco whose latesea son winning streak recalled the days when the Dons won the wind up j NCAA championship in 1955 and The four 11956 and Arizona State a strong spring begins defense of its title winners of the NCAA rcgionals Tuesday as one of 37 teams next weekend will gather in entry from the Western Athlet ic Conference New Mexico To NIT EStaie Wins CIC Indoor OMAHA State won its fifth straight Central In tercollegiate Conference indoor track meet Saturday winning six of 14 events The scoring Emporia 64 Ft Hays 55 Pittsburg 40 Omaha 37 and Washburn 11 John Camien of Emporia won the mile in breaking his MARION Tnd and Liberty Center set a longev ity rcord for Indiana high school basketball Saturday playing nine overtime periods before Swayzee won 6561 in the Marion Regional tourney of the annual state championship The previous record was a sevenovertime marathon in which Camden defeated Delphi 2219 in a 1938 sectional tourney game Swayzee and liberty center were tied 5252 at the end of reg ular time Neither scored in the first six overtimes as they held for last second shots and missed McKenna Howe Kelly Buss Burnison Newell Van Sickle 8 Of Wagler Lymon Bradley By St Louis 7470 ST LOUIS AP Bradlys Braves overcame an llpoint deficit to defeat St Louis7470 and clinch third place in Mis souri Valley Conference basket ball Saturday night The Braves who have accept ed a bid to the National Invita tional Tournament finished 75 in the Valley and overall St Louis final records are 66 and 1312 Stormy Johnson Johnson Is Outstanding Prep Matman MANHATTAN Kan AP Salinas Stormy Johnson the 129pound senior champion and Wichitas Ray Kramer the 86 pound junior champ were named outstanding wrestlers in the Kansas Future Olympic wrestling tournament Saturday The twoday meet attracted 127 entries from 19 Kansas towns and cities It was sanc tioned by the Kansas High School Activities Association and sponsored by the KState wrestl ing team The other senior winners were Gross Gar den City 180pound David Lightner Garden City Schnee Atwood Lightner Garden City 147Dan ny Thomas Atwood McDougal Atwood Dunham Garden City 116Dala Naden Arkansas City Other junior winners were 110 pound James Barrett New ton 104Larry Peter Clay Cen ter Lewis Arkansas City Gilliland Ark ansas City 80 Daniel Brim kow Riley 75 Gene Meerian Oakley Totals 25 22 Totals 30 7 22 Score By Quarters McPherson 36 38 52 72 Hutchinson 16 30 43 6T Arizona was designated as the entry when New Mexico seeking top honors in two major Kansas City for national semi college postseason tournaj finals and final March 2021 The meats has afternoon and night The 25team NCAA knirnasessions scheduled next Satur which could have tied for the ti which includes top entries day in Ihe first round accepted an NIT invitation from all major conferences cliquarterfinals more quarterj Four New Mexico maxes a season of scramblingfinals are scheduled March them been de for titles which werent all dsemifinal March 19 and ineligible for the NCAA cideduntil last regufinal the afternoon of March 21 i tournament larseason games It opens with In addition to the nig ones1 Blocking Loyolas path to thej sectional competition at four smaller colleges have thur are Kentucky the No 3 locations Monday and Tuesdax national tournaments scheduled i team nationally and Southeastj A Iripleheader at Philadelphia for Die coming week The 32crn Conference champion as Monday and doublehcadert a team NAIA tournament opens well as the Brg Ten winner own meet record Another Em poria runner Ireland Sloan won the two mile in also breaking his own record Camien also won the 880 in Johnny Dee To Notre Dame SOUTH BEND Ind AP johnny Dee 40 former Alaba Dallas Monday and at Evanrn Kansas City Monday wilh Fifthranked Wichita won the ston III and Eugene Ore PanAmerican of Edinburg i Missouri Valley Conference Tuesday will send the nine winTex as the defending cham berth Friday by beating Drake ners into four regional tournapian The filial is Saturday 15850 in a playoff and earned a ments Friday and Saturday Eight survivors of the NCAA j place in the NCAA Midwest re Loyola rated only ninth this small college sectionals will gionals with such teams as Kan season in The Associated Press play off at Evansville Ind jsas State and Texas poll plays its first tournamentWednesday through Friday Drake immediately was named game at EvansUm against Muri UCLA ranked No nation1 as the 12th NIT entry ray State the Ohio Valley Conally in The AP poll through most j That left the NIT field with ference champion jOf the season must be tabbed joniy one nationally ranked NIT Starts Thursday as favorite for the XCAA litleileam No 8 in The AP The 27th National Invitation although the Bruins play hi a i team DePaul No 8 in the AP Tournament at New Yorks tough regional group poll DePaul Bradley and Du Madison Square Garden oldest UCLA after a firstround bye quesne all former NIT winners of the postseason events begins i likely will meet sixthranked and newcomer New Mexico Thursday with 12 teams but Oregon State Friday night The were seeded in the draw and without a defending champion j Far West section also includes j start play in the quarterfinals ma head basketball coach was named Notre Dames head cage coach Saturday succeeding Johnny Jordan who resigned Dee wasgiven fouryear contract Jordan announced his resigna tion a few months ago effective at the end of the season Dee a former Notre Dame cage star and an assistant un der Jordan in 195152 also coached the Kansas City Steers of the old American Basketball League and for five seasons di the Denver Truckers c Third Place Great Bend 14 32 44 Garden City 14 21 36 4i Great Bend Bunis 100 Reinhardt 100 Hixon 721 Schumacher 222 Keith 341 Riley 323 Marah 224 Otte 334 Totals 221515 Garden City Hays 101 E KUTE 403 B Kurg 003 Colins 543 Salter 204 King 553 Totals 17917 Pro Basketball National Baskeybkl Association By The Associated Frets Cincinnati 104 101 Boston 132 Detroit 94 Philadelphia New York 115 BRADLEY G F T Tart 3 78 13 Slrawiler 34 35 31 Jackson 5 46 14 Thompson 0000 Hall 0 12 1 West 3 11 7 Williams 2 01 4 Martin 1002 Day 0000 Fred ricks 1 00 2 TOTALS 1SZ3 14 ST LOUIS G F T Naes 9 00 38 Parks 2 22 6 Bcckemeier 12 1 Garrison 45 22 Ulrlch 1012 Smith 8 57 21 Dix 0000 TOTALS 29121770 Bradley 33 ST Louis 31 Personal fouls Bradley Tart 2 Jackscm 2 Strawder 3 Mar tin Hall 3 Day Thompson Frcdlcks St Louis Naea Parks 4 Beckemeier Smith Ul lrich 3 Garrison 4 Dix Attendance 9325 Michigan 69 Iowa 61 IOWA CITY Iowa Michigan Wolverines cliichedrr a berth in the NCAA national1 collegiate basketball champion ship tourney starting next week by defeating Iowa 6961 Satur day night Michigan took over the undis puted lead in the Big Tensince Michigan State upset Ohio State 8180 at Columbus The Wolver ines have one league game to play against Purdue Monday but even if they should lose they are assured of playing in the NCAA Buntin and Russell combined tor 55 points with Buntin gU ting 28 and Russell 27 Ralph Millers Boy Cadet At St Johns New Irish Coach the National Industrial Basket ball League Johnny Dee 40 former Alabama basket ball coach is Notre Dames new basketball coach Dee is presently Director of Recreation in Den ver He succeeds Johnny Jordan who resigned By Vic Calcote I am extremely pleased and very happy for the Wichita team They have worked hard all year for the trip to the NCAA tournament and certainly de serve to go That is the way Pfc Ralph Cappy Miller Jr described his feelings about Wichita Uni versitys 5850 victory over Draks Friday night in the play off for the Misouri Valley Con ference berth in the NCAA Re gional Tournament at Wichita next Cappy is the 16yearold son of Wichita head basketball coach Ralph Miller ST and a sopho more at St Johns Military School in Salina Cappy said he has seen the Wheat Shockers play severa times this season including the first Drake and was in game in Wichita Lawrence for Fri days playoff game I He said he saw his dad only or a short while before the game and did not see him at all afterwards but added I am sure he was very pleased with he way the team played but probably pointed out several things that they should not have done or should have done dif ferently Cappy knows most of the Wichita players personally and is often asked by his school mates just what some particu lar player is like He never hesitates to talk about the team members but there is one thing he is a bit shy about and that is making steadfast predictions as to how any certain game might be played Of course he always picks the Shockers to win but whether the game will be a close battle or an easy victory for his dads charges is usually hard to fore ell Cappy thinks that Wiclii ta has as good a chanceas any other ieam in the NCAA tourney to go all the way The players as well as my father are confident that they have the ability to win the big title he said Friday night when Wichita plays its first game in theNCAA regional tournament Cappy will be right there rooting for them and he will be prepared tc fol low them to the national tourna ment in Kansas City Mo Cappy has been granted a fur lough beginning Friday and should the Shockers win the trip to Kansas City and Cappy is convinced they will the fur lough will be extended for an other week
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