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Great Bend Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 04, 1962, Great Bend, KansasKansas state tops huskers by 72-53 margin Manhattan Kan. Fourth ranked Kansas state continued its Pursuit of the big eight basketball title by shocking the Nebraska Cor huskers 72-53 sat urday night it was a state s fifth league Victory. Coach Tex Winter substituted freely m the second half after his regulars balt a 36-26 halftime advantage Mike Wroblewski paced k state s offence with 14 Points. Nebraska stayed close in the first 10 minutes then Pat Mckenzie started Kansas state on its Way with a 16-14 Lead and the wildcats never were headed leading Nebraska were Tom Russell and Daryl Petsch with 12 Points each. Three times in the second half Kansas state had leads of 21 scores College basketball by the associated press Florida St 81, Oklahoma City 79 Yale 80, Princeton Butler 61, Ball state 58 Colorado 54, Oklahoma St 39 Illinois 96, Indiana 85 Kansas state 72, Nebraska 53 Navy 67, Maryland 58 West Virginia 82, n Carolina St air Force 76, Kansas 72 Wisconsin 94, Minnesota 88 Cornell Iowa 106, Lawrence 75 Bradley 72, St Louis 67 tech 66, Arkansas 64 mass 77, Rhode Island 69 Delaware 87, Rutgers 79 Temple 64, Lasalle 51 Western 111 91, Eastern Mich 50 Louisville 118, Tampa Fla 67 Akron 73, Muski Ngum 47 Kansas state freshmen 65, Nebraska freshmen 46 Bowling Green 94, Miami Ohio 61 Ohio state 97, Northwestern 61 Duke 79, North Carolina 57 Drake 73, Iowa state 63 Tennessee 87, Georgia 84 Harvard 96, Columbia 73 Ohio univ 63, Youngstown 58 Miami Fla 82, Florida South Ern 73 Georgetown do 76, Fordham 72 Vii 73, the Citadel 70 Creighton 68, Iowa 67 Detroit 93, Villanova Tulane 107, Mississippi 77 Furman 97, Geo Washington 92 Chattanooga 64, Mercer 61 Perm 71, Brown 57 1 Providence 71, St Bonaventure 60 Purdue 86, Michigan state 64 Pittsburg state 75, Omaha 59 College of Emporia 61 Kansas Ives Leyan 59 Mississippi St 87, leu 66 Cony 75, american u 71 Duquesne 99, St Francis n y 43 j Dartmouth 60, Cornell 58 Connecticut 82, Boston Una 63 Amherst 82, coast guard 65 Southern 111 70, Northern 111 65 Depaul 86, Western Kentucky 78 Bingham Young 76, new mex -74 Cincinnati 77, North Texas 50 Rice 61 sum 53 Texas 76, Baylor 71 1 Texas 79, Texas Christian 72 Niagara 103, Seton Hall 81 u 68 Texas Western 62 Colo St. U. 74, Utah 59 i l 06, View Mexico St 67 Alabama 76, Georgia tech 70 Canisius 88, Syracuse 60 Bethany Kan 43, Baker 39 Ottawa Kan 70, Bethel 60 Ohio state breezes past Northwestern Columbus Ohio a Ohio state s top ranked buckeyes exploded with 15 straight Points an the opening minutes and then coasted to a 97 61 Victory Over Northwestern saturday night the Victory was the unbeaten Bucks 16th of the season and their sixth in a Row in the big ten it was also their 21st straight in the conference Over three years and their 30th in a Row at Home All America Jerry Lucas scored 24 Points in the 27 minutes an which he stayed 17 Points in the first half Wyoming moves Eaton to football coach Laramie Wyo. A the University of Wyoming saturday hired Lloyd Eaton 43, to guide Wyoming s football future in the new Western athletic conference Eaton defensive line coach under Bob Devaney at Wyoming the past five years was chosen unanimously by the Wyoming Board of trustees. The Board Friday freed Devaney from an unexpired contract to become head coach at the University of Nebraska Eaton was hired under a three year letter of employment More similar to that Given members Points the last one with a min Ute left. Nebraska out rebounded the wildcats 56-47, led by Chuck a Ladovak with 14 Kansas state hit 37 per Teitt of its Field shots 28 of while Nebraska had 32 per cent on 19 of 59 Kansas state has had one con Ference defeat to front running Colorado Nebraska now As 2-3 in the big eight. Nebraska g f p t Sladovnik 31137 Grupe 31-127 russell.3 69 3 12 Swett 2-2 0 6 petsch.6 0-2 2 12 Jones-----------------0 0-0 0 0 Bowers 02-312 23-557 Denesii-------------0 Nannen 0 Yates. 0 totals 19 Kansas St. G marriott.4 Mckenzie 3 wroblewski.6 Brown 2 Peithman 2 Davidson 3 0-000 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 15-23 17 53 f p t 22 3 10 4-7 3 10 2-2 4 14 3-3 1 7 0-0 2 4 3-4 0 9 Suttner 3 Heitmeyer ___0 Miller. 1 gottfnd__.1 Johnson 1 Baxter 2 Moss 0 totals 28 Nebraska Kansas state attendance 1-3 1 7 1-1 0 0-0 0 of i i 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 4 0-0 0 0 16-23 15 72 26 36 Colorado shackles Osu Stillwater okla. Orado pulled away from Oklahoma state in the second half and handed the cowboys a 54-39 big eight basketball Licking saturday night Colorado ran its conference rec Ord to 5-0 it was Oklahoma state s fourth league loss a gains two victories. Gil Whissen of Colorado was the game s High scorer with 13 Points. Hosts win As Mizzau opens track season Columbia Mori opened its track season Satur Day by running away from air Force and Wichita in a triangular meet the final totals were Missouri air Force 37v4 and Wichita 25 two Missouri entries equalled fieldhouse records Charles Wiley pole vaulted 14 feet Inch equalling a record set by Joe Webb an 1959, and Jim Baker ran the 600 in 1 129, Pelster in 1961 High Point Man of the meet was Bill Bright of Missouri he won the 440 in 51 4 and the 60 in 64 Bill Rawson of Missouri ran the Yard run in 2 19. Of the faculty than a coaching contract no salary terms were announced Poges great Bend daily Tribune sunday february 4, 1962 southwestern adds friends Scalp to string Winfield Kan won its 10th straight Kan Sas conference basketball game saturday night beating friends of Wichita 67-61 southwestern led by 12 to 15 Points until the last six minutes when friends narrowed the Gap Clark Hay of friends was Lead ing scorer with 26 Points and Bob Rumfelt got 20 for the winners southwestern led 36-25 at half time astonished work asks what is limit beyond which Man cannot go i wrestling Iowa 16 Wisconsin 12 i track Iowa state 70va Drake South Dakota 22 bulletin Boston a John Uelses the Marine in orbit crashed the 16 foot pole vault Barrier again saturday night and in the process shattered his own Day old record with a fantastic vault of 16 feet 34 inches a crowd of on hand for the Boston a1 a games in Boston Garden sat glued to their seats As the 24 year old Leatherneck Cor poral went Over with perhaps a half Inch to spare on his first try Only last night in the millrose games in new York the hand some Crew Cut from the Quantico a base became the first vaulter in history to get Over 16 feet in that one he cleared 16 it by Mike Rathet associated press sports writer Peter Snell and John Uelses two youths in their Early 20 a reigned saturday As crowned princes of an astonished track world that once again was begin Ning to ask is there any limit beyond which Man cannot go Are there any barriers that can not be surpassed As athletes whip through 100 Yards Speed a mile skim Over hurdles leap in the High jump hurtle in the Broad jump heave the shot or climb stratospheric Heights in the pole vault the impossible 16 foot Barrier in the pole vault was cracked by Uelses Friday night at new York s Madison Square Garden As the 24 year old German born u s Marine from Quantico a cleared 16 feet it Inch a few hours liter at Christ Church new zealand Snell a 22 year old Supply Surveyor who eclipsed Herb Elliott s mile rec Ord with a 3 54 4 clocking eight Days Benore smashed two More world standards and completed an unprecedented mile half mile Dou ble Snell raced 880 Yards in 1 451, bettering the recognized world record of 1 46 8 in route he cracked the previous 1 45 7 800 meter with a 1 44 3 clocking both times will be submitted As world records Uelses supreme Effort in the Garden will not go into the books As a world record according to International regulations Only out door Marks can be submitted also his vault itself May by open to question because the crossbar was brushed Down by Well Wash ers height could be re measured what Are the reasons for the ability of athletes around the world to continue their endless assaults on world records diet training coaching equipment and facilities athletes Are using improved diets and subsequently becoming stronger More Able to withstand gruelling endurance track events and Able to build Muscles that Al Low for More prowess in Field events of the throwing variety. Training methods such As run Ning m Sand to strengthen leg Muscles and coaching methods which teach better Pace also have brought about advances whale bet Ter equipment and continually improving facilities have aided the athlete air Force Downs Kun 76-72 air Force Academy Colo. Force built up a 12 Point margin Midway in the second half and then fought off a stirring Kansas rally to Post a 76-72 non conference basketball Victory sat urday. Back court specialists Nolen Lison and Jerry Gardner team rebounded Jam Dumas in torrid shooting spurt that sent the big eight Kansas team into 2815 Lead Midway through the first half air Force chipped away at the visitors Lead and lagged Only one Point 40-39, at halftime. Bob Schaumberg John Judd Roger head and Roger Zoeller All contributed to the air Force attack that sent the Falcons to a 67-55 Margan Wath 8 18 left they never trailed the rest of the Way the Falcons used a slow de liberate attack to turn the tide of the game in the first 10 min utes of the second half the tac tics threw Kansas off balance and the confused Jay hawkers were out shot 2-to-l m that stretch Ellison took game scoring Hon ors Wath 23 Points and Dumas had 19 Schaumberg topped air Force with 15. Judd had 14 and Zoeller 13 Kansas g p p t Dumas.7 56 3 19 Vance 2 0-0 4 4 gardner________6 23 5 14 10 35 4 23 Gibson a 2 11 2 5 Matt of 00 a 0 spark 21115 Flaehsbarth-__.10-012 totals 30 12 16 21 72 air Force g f p t Zoeller---------------6 12 1 13 Whipp 23457 drffendorfer_____2 00 0 4 schaumberg_____6 33 2 15 Vicelho--------------33-439 judd.3 89 3 14 human 1 44 0 6 head.---------24-408 totals 25 26 30 14 76 Kansas 39 air Force 40 attendance pressies Edge Kansas wesleyan61-59 Salina Kan of i Emporia outlasted Kansas Wes Leyan to Edge the coyotes 6159 n a Kansas conference Basket Ball game saturday night. Littler leads Mayer Lucks out by Bob Myers associated press sports writer Palm Springs Calif. In a Day of dramatics Dick Mayer fired a Hole a one for a pos sible Bonus and the quiet Man of Golf u s open Champion Gene Littler moved into the Lead m the Palm Springs Clas c j the handsome Mayer virtually the unknown golfer m recent years Wil get the 000 special prise unless someone else matches his the Bonus must split it was a Lucky break for who had mostly Baa Luck since he won the National open an 1957. Mayer s big few came Early in fourth round of the 90-Hole test. The tournament winds up sunday and will be nationally televised by Abc from 4.30 to 5 30 p m est late in the Day the 31-year-old Littler finished with a four under Par 66 at the Indian Wells country club and this gave him a two stroke margin heading into the final 18 holes slender Gardner Dickinson started saturday s round two strokes in front of Littler and an other dangerous pro Arnold pal Mer but Dickinson after holing a 35 Yard wedge shot for an Eagle 3 on the fourth Hole at Tamarisk country club hit a trap and then missed a Green and finished with a Par 72 for 272 Palmer wound up in exciting fashion at Indian Wells he also bagged an Eagle 3 with his Apas the Large gallery roared but he had to Settle for a 71 and 273 Jay Hebert stayed an Contention with a 69 for 274, South siry player scored his second straight 69 a total of 281 and Veteran ladies Bowling tourney opens Here today the great Bend women s City Bowling association tournament starts today at 1 p m. Here with Competition in doubles and singles play. Twelve teams will continue m tourney play monday starting at 1 30 p m. And 24 teams will bowl on wednesday the tourney continues next week end feb 10 11 with doubles and singles events starting at 7pm. Saturday and the tourney play concluding sunday. Last year s winners included team event rocket testing 2890 doubles Georgia Polum and Opal Miller 12 4 singles Georgia Polum 671 All event scratch Marge Keller 1583 and All event Handicap Alice Foster 1804 All of last year s winners will be competing again this year. Drake averages i state drubbing Ames Iowa Fos Ter led Drake s fast breaking Bull dogs to a 73-63 non conference basketball Victory Over Iowa state saturday night the Drake Conquest avenged an Early season upset m which Iowa state scored a 59-50 Victory. Foster scored 26 Points and Billy Hahn the other Drake play maker broke a slump by contributing 18 in the renewal of the teams Long rivalry. The game was the 112th meeting of the two Iowa clubs. Drake never trailed after taking a 5 4 Lead. The cyclones pulled within seven pointy at 54-47 with six minutes left but Drake Rookie Ray Quinn quickly pumped in two buckets to push the bulldogs safely Back in front Snead cooled off a Little with a Par 72 for 280 the Low score of the Day was a 65 at Indian Wells by Jack Nick Laus the newly turned pro and 1961 u s Amateur Champion Complete truck trailer Brake service air vacuum Hydraulic electric a phone go 3-8464 10th great Bend. Kat. Fort Hay explodes Hays Kan for Hays state tigers jumped off 1 a 22-3 Lead in the first eight nut utes and up an 89-74 i basketball Over Empson i state saturday night. The tigers Are in second place at 4-2 and the loss virtually Kikuc i the hornets chances or a Ulk. Emporia is 3 3. Fort Hays hit a hot 528 pc cent of its Field shots while in poria made 46 8 per cent Doug Glaysher of Epona or i the scoring with 29 Points by the tigers had three big shoot i Townsend and Herb Stang each 24, and John Channell 21. Minnesota s Jerry pallet ice quarterback led in big ten Pun returns during 1961 with 14 i average was Only 3 5 Yards. Automotive tune up Headquarters Generator regulator speedometer service Carburettor ignition starter pickup and delivery service dial go 3-4972 Turner electric inc. 1008 Kansas save on baby shoe bronzing exquisite duc1yl prices february Only now s with Ixia nun or lit n 12 every style reduced 25% Wou fully Immo Folind in Lolff Imlay pm Lii with a tailing thrill for Dukj or Gran Mottor. 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