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Lawrence, Kansas wins Holiday Hoop tourney
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SpUyty Tymoo photo by Mill
Lawrence Kansas Champs Team roster, Mike Daney, Steve Daney, Bo Schnieder, Steve LeCour, Ken Pendleton Bucks, Runners-upTeam roster, Punky Bronson, Buck Jones, Seymore Reuben, Merle Smith,
Pamberton, Dale Daney, Ron Wanna, Marvin Shade, Earl Palmer, Ray Buffalomeat. Jarvis Yellowrobe, Vic Sohappy, Gibb Cowpoo, Danna Schnieder, Jamie Jim.
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Lawrence, Kansas, madethescene f imJa Huf.neT Kansas lea noinK of wh ch 1 1 were field anaU
this year and scored a total of 358 by 82-68, .ndw,nd.ng up the game 7I S 'ft8?"'
points in three games, averaging " V. ...S.C.e:. , ,.., v.. throw line. Others scorinc for the
119 points per came to claim this . '"c sd,Ilc w" "a,u vy oy u.c tiior- rorii .. ..
years Holiday Tournament Cham- Dotn teams as tne scrappy ren
The championship eame was tne,r ta,ler 10es mrougnout tne
Bucks were Gary Pierce 15, Al
Doublerunner 10, Gene Bib Back
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been7.iLSZ ,Ped.elojc,,ec,elnvrih W.b. 4. and Dael EaS
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Piondiip. . on team Kept ne pressure on
iricir inner mes inrn ivnn n inp ' ' 1
Bucks, which turned out to be a
close game most of the way, although
Kansas led at the end of each
Steve Daney led all scorers dur
ing the game with twenty field
goals and he was two out of four at
nnintc hactptc frntn tJiA mitpr nra-
meter while the taller Kansas team . Iet Cal Cf"0-S eaTfd th!
relied on their height to get the n8ht V0 Piayor lhird. &n fou
closer shots place by Deatin8 Santa Clara 82"
Merle Smith had 16 field goals 8' thfus &in& Santa Clara fifth
one a three pointer and he was one flac fr the Consolation trophy,
fr o th f, h, In that game Joe Hutt scored a
goals ana ne was two OUt 01 tour at "k ",'v "vv."""" total of50noints with 19 fielrfpnaU
thf free throw lino for a total of 45 round out a three point play for his tal P0 sw! 'y. neJ ? 8als
poin,. Mo,e added M IfiWiJK ZnSSZ
points, Ken remoerton 13, bo ""r -".' .." mate Phil Manatowa added 11. I
wiutn iwu wcic mice poiincrs anu , iA ,n ... - fc.
he was six of seven at the foul line es Scott I0 Wes "utt.and Tray I
for 26 points.
Playing for third and fourth place
was the Cal Condors who out
lasted the Yakima Bucks to win the
game by the score of 108-91. Joe
Hutt of the Condors led all scorers
Schnieder 10, Steve LaCoure 8,
and Mike Daney 6, to round out
the scoring for the Kansas team.
Merle Smith led the scoring for
the Pendleton Bucks with 34 points,
Buck Jones added 26, Seymour
Reuben 14, Jarvis Yellowrobe 12,
Punky Bronson 9, Vic Sohappy 3
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Fletcher each scored six apiece.
Uave Cortez scored 25 points for
the losers with eight field goals and
nine foul shots, Vance Sundown
added 15, Steve LeDesma 16, Leo
Black Bull 12, John Mathias7,and
runicy Bronson y, vie aonappy j " ",v "-""f "V d-v pennia 2
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ana bud Bronson l. Lawrence, ,' . . , """" " There were some nrettv close
icana, wn. raii-H for li fok poured in 16 field goalsand he was .in"f...w"!u!?me-P:Lc'0S!
"r: ",r T n out of U at th- r-haritv .trino gamc ounng mc tourney mai wem
wnne renaieion was wnisnea ior - '
13, with no one fouling out of the Team te wVe! s,co", add,ed 22
game. Kansas was six out of nine at Point,s-wTes HV" 13- Ph1 Monat"
the free line while Pendleton was owa 10- J1 l1"8' Jerome
tea out of 1 1 . Kansas held a slim Jfckson 7, and Willie Hoghn 4, to
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leaa at tne ena ot tne tirst quarter ' " .v , Lav led the Yakima Bucks in scor-
25-23, but extended it to 5043 at L"nyLhay.0U AaK'maBUC,KS in. with 37 points. Tom Gone 15.
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into overtime. The host Warm
Springs Magpies lost in overtime
to the Yakima Bucks in their first
game, the final score was the Bucks
94 and the Magpies 92. Johnny
the half time intermission. By the had the bi8 8uns for them as
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Daney, MVP, making a jump shot,
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Donny Baglry going in for a tcore, Yakima Buck defenders Wabaunsee with back to photo, Johnny Lay in
background Magpie A usttn Greene.
C7 AVrrr Jrti trrrwt or Yakima Bucks Johnny Lay with ball.