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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1963, San Mateo, California SPAL BASKETBALL Sequoia Upsets Trojans; Scots And Dons Lose Apparently the Sequoia Cherokees do not believe in advano notices at least cot the kind that apply to basketball. When the South Peninsula league race got under way several weeks ago, the RaveiiSwood Trojans were everybody's choice for the title. Last night the Redwood City SPAL Standings Turn RavK.iwood Sequoia Palo Alto.. 8 Carlmont Cuboerley Woodslde Mtnlo-Atherton San Carlos Friday's Results Woodslde 48, Carlmont Palo Alto 68, San Ciirlas 56 Sequoia 64, Ravenjwood 58 Cubberly 40, Menlo-Atncrton 26 Ducat Sale Can Get KC Dallas Club By JACK BRANNAN KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Kansas City will be the hew home of the American Football League champion Dallas Texans in 1963 if the Chamber of Commerce can sell advance tickets. If not, millionaire owner Lamar Hunt says his team will stay in Dallas. The proposed move got the tmanimous blessing of the City Council Friday with approval ol Mayor H. Roe Bartle's resolution of intent. It promises to increase the size of Municipal Stadium to seats for football. The resolution also would give the AFL team a sevea-year lease on the stadium for per year for. the first two years. The city would receive 5 per cent of the net gate receipts the remaining five years, if the net gate excede- ed million. If not, the ?1 per year would be in effect. The stadium, home of the sec- ond division Kansas City Athlet- ics baseball team, costs the A's between and an nually, Mayor Bartle said, The Chamber of Commerce' has agreed to take over advance tick- et sales. Hunt said advance ticket sales in box and S6 re- serve seats would insure his team a break-even operation. The wealthy, young Texan said last season's advance ticket sales in Dallas totaled about Hunt said the move now hinged on the promised advance ticket sales and completion of a written contract encompassing the points in the resolution of intent. In answer to newsmen's queries Hunt said he would move the team here even if Dallas. should launch a successful advance tick- et drive. Competition Hurts Gate Clint W. Murchison Jr., owner of the rival National Football League Dallas Cowboys, called the Kansas City offer a "fantas- tic" deal which Hunt should not refuse. Murchison said he and Hunt had discussed the Texans' moving two months ago. "He said he thought I ought to move, and I said I thought he ought to the Cowboys' owner said. The two teams, with identical three-year careers hi Dallas, have hurt each other at the gate. W. S. (Bud) Adams, owner of the Houston Oilers of the AFL, and Calvin W. Kunz Jr., president of the AFL Denver Broncos, both agreed that moving the Texans' franchise to Kansas City would help the league. Church Cagers Feted The Hillsdale Junior High school church basketball league held its annual awards dinner and pre- sented the league's championship trophy to the members of Our Lady of Mercy basketball team, who won the league champion- ship. Guest speakers included Stan- ford assistant football coach Leon Mclaughlin, Stanford lineback Ed Cummdngs and Hiljsdale High school star, Don Leydig. All-league trophies pre- sented to Jim Davis, O.L.M.; Larry Page. Pilgrim Baptist: Ken Cole, Shoreview Methodist; John Barei, Millbrae -Methodist; and Bill Hutchinson, Grace Lu- theran. i crew showed complete disdain for the experts as they stormed to a 64-58 upset victory over the Tro- jans, and moved into a first' place tie witt the East Palo Alto crew. Sequoia went abend of the Trojans at the intermission, 31- 29. Behind the scoring of Jeff Cudworth, Ed McGuire and Dave Armstrong, the Cherokees moved out in (ront, 58-45, with four minutes remaining. The Trojans rallied but could only get as close as three points, 59-56. Cudworth was high man with 21 points. Nate Branch tallied 17 anc Milky Johnson netted 12. Scots Bow In other SPAL action the Carl- mont Scots bowed to Woodside. 48-41. The Highlanders, still shaky from the loss of center Steve Carla. who is expected to be out of action for. at least one more week, pot off to a poor start and their fourth period rally fell short. The Carlmont team trailed 25- 13 at half, and 35-18 after three periods of play. It was at this late juncture in the contest that the Highlanders came alive. Paced by Rick Brown and Bill Bowhall, the Scots banged a whopping 19 points through the nets in the final all in vain. Carlmont's Brown and Wood- side's Harvey 'Shank tied for top jame honors with 15 points each. San Carlos scored a season high of 56 points, but It was still not enough .as they met their llth straight defeat, 68-56, at tho hands of second place Palo Alto. The San Carlos crew hit on 18 of 59 field goals and 20 of 30 free throws. The Dons, down early points of the Paly crew in the third period. Ken Turner was high man for San Carlos with 20 points, and also grabbed 10 rebounds. Bill Scott contributed his best effort of the season, hitting for 12 points. The Viking's Dan Johnson was ligh for the game with 21 points. In the other SPAL game of the night Cubberly handed Menlo-Ath- erton its ninth loss, .40-26. Sandln Carlmont Woodildi San Carlos Me. Hall Turner Pope Ml. Hall Scott Prince Durkln Meyer VARSITY fgltlp Woodlidc 6 3 15 Steckel 306 Welsh 2 0 4 Ott 306 Shank 4 S10 Fischer 17 741 ft tp 3 410 4 210 2 4 6'3 15 2 1 5 fgfltp Palo Alto fglllp 0 1 1 51020 044 4 311 6 012 'I 2 4 1 0 2 1 0 2 Johnson Hlnckelye Bishop Thompson Durand Nelson 8 521 306 6 1 13 8 1 17 5 010 C 1 1 II 10 56 3D 111 San 13 12 1laces its unbeaten basketball rec- ord on the line against Bradley to- night, 'but the Bearcats would be wise to, study the sad case of Jeorgia Tech tf they have any eelings.of overconfidence. Cincinnati boasts a perfect 18-0 in the game, closed to within four mark with only six. games remain ng on the regular schedule and the top-ranked Bearcats are a trong choice to 'capture' an un- irecedented third straight NCAA championship. But .after what happened to Jeorgia Tech Friday night, no earn can feel safe. The Engineers, ranked No. 6 rationally and with a 17-1 record, ell victim to one of the most hu- miliating defeats of the season, i 77-69 overtime loss to Tulane it New Orleans. Tulane had gone into, the contest with an li-game osing streak. It was a particularly.: heart- ineaking defeat for Georgia Tech, ivhich had won 10 games by four or 'less points and was in first dace in the rugged Southeastern Conference. The Tulane game was expected to be a breather and an Engineer victory would have en lanced greatly their hopes for an VCAA berth. Upsets of a more routine na- ure also plagued two other mem jers of the top-ranked teams who aw action Friday night as eighth- anked 'Stanford fell before South- rn California, 61-57, and Port- land knocked off loth-ranked Ore- on State, Georgia Tech's season-long hick taally gave out as Jim Kerwin ed a spirited Tulane attack witi J3 points, including the foul shot in the final seconds that sent the Tame into overtime. Aragon (Continued from Page 8) eautiful arcing one-handers.frorn 0 feet.out and Parsons rammed n a flock of follow shots to bring le Vike's to a 45-44' deficit. The Vikes came within a point iree times again during the last uarter, but Aragon had Secrest he spelled a real difference. IHPL Standings VARSITY earn W L PF PA ragon. 6 1 435', 372 Mils 5 2 421 368 Illsdslo 5 2 341 314 apuchlno 4 3 406 403 an Matco............... l 6. 296 351 urllngame ........0 7 .331 .452 Friday's Results Aragon 63, Mills 62 Hillsdale 55, San Mateo 38 Capuchino 68, Burlingame 57 CLASS B W L Illsdale 7 0 apuchino 6 1 5 2. 295 230 an Mateo 2 5 235-278 I 6 228 304 Burlingame ........0 7 .212 314 Friday's Results Hillsdale 49, San Mateo 31 Mills 51, Aragon 32 Capuchino.57, Burlingame 41___________ PF -PA 334 220 236 246 and Mustang Quints Win CATS NOD Knights Still in The Race By GARRY NIVER Times Sports Writer If anybody thinks that the Mid- Peninsula Basketball league is a two-horse race, they had better lave a talk with Hilldale coach Homer Zugelder. He will let you n on a little a three- horse race. at the Hillsdale gym the Knights remained in title con ;ention, one game off the pace downing the San Mateo's Bear cats, 55-38. A capacity crowd watched .as lugelder's crew dismantled the spunky, but shorter Bearcats. to grab their fifth -win in seven starts. The Knights are now tief Ruona and Steenvoorde, the Panthers resorted too often'and to long, desperation passing that was a big factor in their undoing. The visitors appeared state in the opening, moments and Capu- chino took full advantage of it .to earn an 18-11 lead after eight minutes. Midway through the second stanza Johnson began substitut? Ing freely and .with a 30-17 lead to play with the; Steed- mentor pulled his entire first string with three minutes the ball. cl.oi.ed ike gap against the winners'" second string not It was still 36-25 at the half. The Panthers made their gest move of the.night three min- utes deep in: the third r quarter when they closed to 32-39 but me Capucbinos promptly exploded for nine points in.a row to put the game on ice for keeps. Johnson used nothing. but re- serves during the entire final pe- riod in playing every man on his Burlingame rallied deep in the fourth, but it was too little, too late: Capuchku Kautfman James Harames Ruona Forst Dabncy Wllcox Haun McQuade Brennen Bailey Miller James Dorrlss .fflttt? 3 511 Lucey 401' Gurl) 2 2 6 Hardlt 5 313 Kreft, 5 010 Way 1 2 4 Barth 204 Shtlmo BurtingjnM fa ft tp 51020 5 000 Schrotdtr 1 4 ClMry 000 Demung o 1 1 Geruack 000 0 00 000 4 1 1 3 410 3 1 5 1 0 2 1 0 2 337 1 0 3 000 a o o ooo ooo 251IM Totals; IIII57 IJ-J7 Capochlno ..........n II H Golf (Continued from Page 8) to qualify, for the final 36 holes today and Sunday Among those who failed to make it, aside from Littler, were Ken Venturi, Wes Ellis, Jack Burke, who won at San Francisco, Fred Hawkins, -and Phil Rodgers, who defends his crown at Tucson next week. Also failing to make the cut was pavey Hill, the lad who took a 15 on the 18th hole in the open- ing round and wound up with an Davey, his temper well under control' and in a jovial mood, shot a fine 68 Friday, including a bir- die on that 18th. Jay Hebtrt Gary Player Dick Hart Jack Nlcklauj Gardner Dickinson Johnny Pott 70-47-37 Tommy Bolt 2 Billy Casptr SIHS Don January Bob Harris SKI" 5S Jack Fleck 72-47- 3? Dave Ragan Dr. Cary Mlddlecoff M-71- Tom Nleporte r Ron Letcllier Tommy Aaron Bob Rosburg Tommy Jacob! nan Slkes ..69-71 140 stal.i2S.rd jerry StetUmlth Baxter Fetchldt Bob Mike Soucnak Al Gelberger E. J. (Dutch) Harrison Billy Mixwtll Art Wall Don .Schwab Mason Rudolph Jimmy Frod Wtmpler LIFETIME GUARANTEE GENiLOCKHART The Muffler Man Piiwoo Installation Call H 5-57M ;