The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 10, 1962 Page: 4 of 4
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The Campus Chat
Wednesday, Jen. 10, 1962
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Eagles Meet St. Louis Thursday "7"
Two Contests Open
Valley Play for Flock
top Bitlikeri ball handler
. big Billiken forward
, . St. Louis' leading scorer
Ragle eager* will begin their
Missouri Valley Conference sched-
ule 11s they tackle the Billikens
of St, Louis Thursday nnd the
Drake Bulldogs Saturday in Men's
St. Louis is 4-9 for the season
and 0-2 in conference play. The
MVC favorite, Cincinnati, downed
the Bills 62-47, Drake outscored
St. Louis und Bradley knocked off
Wichita 70-68 in last week's com-
Tommy Kieffer, the Billikens'
top scorer last season, is described
as the team's best ball handler.
Preseason polls rated him for pos-
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For Sixth Win
Eaglets Romp By
Austin College Bs
Miller's final count of 25 points
and 12 rebounds was high for the
game. Bums added 12 points and
10 rebounds and was followed by
Ellis with 10 and Franklin, who
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cisivc game of the season for the I n,t "•
In last Thursday's 80-69 win
over Weatherford Junior College
Miller couldn't miss as he poured
By MILTON ZIMAN
The Eaglet*' 76-41 runaway vic-
tory over the Austin College B
team Monday night was like a
practice scrimmage before the de
The important game for the
freshman is Tuesday's encounter
with the Southern Methodist Uni-
versity Colts in Dallas. This con-
test will show to some degree the
true strength of the North Tex-
an#, who have compiled a season
record of 6-1.
Starters John Adams, Dave
Burns, Steve Ellis, Jimmy Frank-
lin and Miller controlled the
hoards and stole the ball contin-
ually. allowing Jim Cody, who
took over while Coach Travis Dun-
can was on a scouting assignment
in St. Louis, to clear the Eaglet
bench near the end of the half.
The Hoppers managed only
three field goals in the first half.
The Green and White led 29-18 at
intermission and the most inter-
esting problem in the second half
for the fans was not determining
the winner but the number of
| points the fast-improving 6-7 Mill-
er would score.
See us for
— Levis, Lee Riders
— Tony Lama Boots
— Bradford Hats
south side of square
in 42 points, two short of the
freshman record set by John Sav-
age last year.
Perkins Leads West
To U.S. Bowl Win
Former North Texas fullback
Arthur Perkins switched to a pro-
style running back Sunday in the
new U.S. Bowl and after carrying
the football 17 times emerged
from the muddy field as the lead-
ing ground gainer.
Passer Galen Hall of Penn State
combined with the running of Per-
kins to lead the West to a 33-19
win over the draft choices from
the National Football League's
Eastern Division teams in the new
bowl game in Washington, D.C.
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Chery // wan put to the test
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sible All American honors be-
cause of his dribbling skills.
The Bills' best shooter thus far
in the season is 6-11 guard George
Latinovkh, who has averaged 10.8
points per game.
St. Louis lost three starters
after last season's 21-9 record,
nnd this season is serving as a
St. Louis has scored 824 points
for the season, compared to its
.North Texas has tallied 758, but
its opponents have racked up 807
The Drake five, fresh from a
victory over St. Louis will play
the Eagles in Denton at 8 p.m.
Of both foes that North Texas
will face this week, the Eagles
boast men with better percentages
at field goals and the free throw
line. Eagles John Savage and
Ardie Dixon are third and fourth,
respectively, in total scoring. Oscar
Miller is first in free throw per-
Drake also has one of the MVC's
top 10 scorers in Jerry Foster,
who has averaged 16.3 points per
The Bulldogs are 6-4 for the
season and 1-2 in conference play,
having lost to Cincinnati and Wich-
Drake has held its opponents to
fll points per game while averag-
ing 74 itself.
Intramural basketball will con-
tinue into next semester, Coy Wil-
liams, intramural coordinator, said
Williams had previously an-
nounced that intramural basket-
ball would not continue past this
semester, but the impossibility of
completing the schedule forced the
season to be extended.
He has asked that representa-
tives of all independent teams
meet in the intramural office at 4
p.m. Thursday. The meeting la be-
ing called to diacuss the comple-
tion of intramural basketball as
early as possible in the next se-
A new schedule will l e drawn
up and competition will begin the
first week of school next semes-
ter. Competition on the present
schedule will continue through
Friday of this week before closing
for Dead Week.
Richard Menchaca, running in
his home town, and four freshmen
sprinters provided North Texas'
Eagle tracksters their only mo-
ments of glory aa the Eagles
opened their indoor track season
in San Antonio Saturday.
Menchaca grabbed off flrst-place
honors in the 1,000-yard run as
he won going away with a time of
The freshman mile relay team,
composed of Larry Ortis, Philip
Gonzales, Don Fox and Freddie
Pink, raced to a third place in
their specialty with a time of
l^arry Smith, Seminole, placed
fifth In the open 880-yard run and
Richard Bothmer, Austin, fifth in
the AO-yard dash.
Track captain John Pettit, Alice,
describing the conditions of the
indoor trad- win, h v.;.- a new ex-
perience for most of the Eagles,
said it wn* 140 yards around the
track with bunked curves.
"The curves seemed to give the
boys their most trouble," said
Coach Winton E. (fop I Noah.
"The boys did well considering the
Mb of experience on the boards.'
He said they will lmve to leurn to
float on the struightuway and run
wide and high coming out of the
"Everybody did a good job,"
Pettit said. "I hope we gained
knowledge that will help carry us
through the rest of the indoor
The Eagles will go to Houston
Friday for another indoor meet
and to Dallas and Fort Worth
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Klement, David. The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 10, 1962, newspaper, January 10, 1962; Denton, TX. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth314188/m1/4/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.