The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio · Page 15Click to view larger version
January 18, 1962

The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio · Page 15

Publication:
The Evening Independent i
Location:
Massillon, Ohio
Issue Date:
Thursday, January 18, 1962
Page:
Page 15
View full page
Prev. page
Next pages

What members have found on this page

OCR Text

EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSILLON. OHIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. 1962 FIFTEEN BOWLING * L1NCOC.NWAT LAM* WilktB F.r4 ClftMte Stroh'i 2442 (1) Duquecne M83 (J) Lantford ford M48 (3) Miday'* Tavern aiu to) Wtiktm Ford MM ID (1) Black Labtl Frank Heritor 1470 (1) B * I Tnv«rn 1*43 U) M*u. Drlv« In Hotel MM <». •lv« Radio .3530 <o> Top toorn:- Joe Povlinko <M, M. S. Totter 380, 8. McKelvey 57», B. Bowman 878. N. Miller 871, M. Waiktm 5«, J. Kolek 5iB. Leaders: Black Label 36-15, B it I Tavern 35-10. MutUlon -KaUrMi Of Ctlu Heitfar'a 9404 (l) Remley Sew*r 1970 (3) Boemer-Carlton 2373 (•) Koonn Wallpaper MM (II Fromholtz Jew«len 3483 (3) Duncan Jewelers 2472 U> Seifert Realty 3463 (4) Hum Mtwic 2387-JO) Sanitary Laundry 3418 (3) Ma**iUon Optical 1383 (1) Hammtt Stall ap» (4) Paquelet'* 1388 (0) Schrader Foodliner 2298 (3) St. Joseph's Holy Name 2250 (Z) Top acores: Sam Blogna 831. R. Xhmer 592, P. Grim 578, W. Ostapack 571, V. Fischer 556. Leaden: - Boerner - Carlton 42-14, Fromholtz Jewelers 40'A-37V4. Canal Fultoo Cannon Ball* 1«M (4) RX plu« J 1447 (0) Be 3't 1*70 (4) No. 1 1348 (0) Cut Up» 1647 (2) No. 1 1«S7 (2) JTop »core»: Bob North 553, Jerry Stephan 931. j : Hum Mo tie Claatie j Moot. Waahed Grave; 184« IS) Auto 'Bar 257V (0) | Triner'* Sports 2T04 (S) Lincoln Lounfe 2507 (0) Stroh't Beer 2810 111 ft*tftt» Mt. 941, ItoM BormMi JW, JOARIM lfc*P Toot* WaKl AM»B*T LANE* AmtHftt MtrefcMM ClaMi* Four Wind* 1708 C3> ThundcrMrd Sanitary laundry «m (» AmhMvt Unified 9777 (1) Bonder'* aTM (1) Baufhman Con*. 3MB (I) reth 371« (J) Top toorw: To* David 930. Frank Freyennuth *M, Micky CMCilto «B Ray Dice 805, Paul EutMchwUw 9W, Stan Kashuba 581, Herb Howraatin* 586, Joe Ro*t 97«, John Keafu* 513, John Byeleae 971, Jim Good 570, BUI Green 388, Toby Dr*4omir M4, Dou* Aldridge MB, Jo* Ki**U SM, Jo* Berbari 501. Leader*: Four Win* 31, Lane* and Unified 3*. JUckiM** R. C. Snyder Pit*. 1871 (1) 8u*ar Bowlers 1S04 1,3) Samplers Inn I860 (3) Snyder Chip* 1908 (3.) Seiner Af*ner 1M» (3) Ceorf*'* Mlio 198S (2) Stahlheber'i 1738 (1) Welcome Wafon 1878 (3) Dice's Agency 3134 (4) Fromholtz Jewelers 1904 (0) Top scores: Marvine Brinkl*y 901, Loia Scheffler 484. Marilyn Wright 470, Carol lelach 499, Wilma Dice 440 TlfertMei W-R L«n«* KXH (1) Georg« Ann* 1034 (3) Superior Dairy 1081 (1) Gatttwo'* Miuic 3130 (3) Johnnie's Paitriea 1180 (S) Ohio DrlU- in( 2004 (1) Briner Drug! 1980 (1) Rineiurt Realty aoas Top acorw pearl D*<ue 484. Mar- . deU Morton 474, Merni* Miller 446, Grace McKinney 48S, Janet Prince- <«) Master Cut Oil McVey'a 1744 (f) Sh«w> Sport* 2936 (I) Top More*: Larry McVey 648, Maury achniecle 84B, Bill Nichol* 811. Leader: Master Cut Oil 38-13. WtdnelJiy Nile Ladiei H»ndlc»p Stahlheber'i 2048 (4) Kaufman Pit* and Hts. 1838 (0) Old Dutch. No. 2 1013 (3) State Back 1011 (1) Superior Meat* 2110 9) Sherton HAb- bie» 1S8S (1) Corbh't -Flower* »» 9) TaU 1 * Hur*- erie* 20M (2) Unknown* 1848 (1) Robin'l FunUtur* *» (3) M * T Bondiii* 1734 (0) Old Dutch No. 1 1881 (4) Top 'score*: Virginia Graybill 489. MBry Hohr 4Sfl, Ann Heretta 447, Jayne Paul 44S, Margaret Repko 440. Elm* Swim Club Clinic Spring- Service 2584 (3) Reedurbaa Sohio 2005 (0) Dlckwn Tailore 2993 (1) Biber'* Lounfe 374*' O'i Sheet Metal 1907 (3) Jira'i Sohin 2331 (0) Sohlabaeh Sohio Dirtr. M49 (1) Alibi 'Bar 2489 (2) Tofc *core*: Chuck Snyder 878, Ed Garri* 587, Jack William* S56, Jon horn 448. Leader*: 47 V,. Superior Dairy 90, W-R neM Me* Whitey'i Service 2870 (4) Marigold Lounge 2437 (0) Anwter Kirtx 2040 (1) City Bar 2948 (3) Pete'* Akhland 2374 (2) W-R Lane* 2382 (2) Fran-Hoffmen 2498 (1) L*fiomt*Jn* 2S13 (3) Top scores: Bill Green 989, Kyle MoGinnU 380, Bob Gallagher 389, Nick Halkia* 544, Tommy Reehl 988, C«rl Porter 957, Gerald Hartmann 530. Leaden: L*fioita*ire* 47^, Pr*tt- Boffnum 44. Preta 954, Dick SchaUer 952, Bferiner 553, Don Tabelllon SSt. L*»der*: Z*ber'« Lounge 33-18. Framholti ClaMle Bob S ft X Moton 2544 (3) -tato Chip* 2838 (1) Snyder'f Po- Pltkin Ford 2529 *»1 a) (3) Stone'* Clothe* .Whitey'* M08 (3) Homer'* Tavern 2430 (1) Lucky Seren aOtO (8) Hal'* Sport No. 2 2830 (1) /. Blatz Bear 2402 (B) H*l'» Sport No. 1 J388 a) Conley's Paint K» (4) Kendall House (3) Koaoler (0) Mfl*Billon Surplt* 2383 Realty 2301 a) 'Top *aorea: Chuck Sample 590, Ken Lowther 947, We* Stevenmm 584, Huck Daniel* 933, Larry Wolf* 949. Leader: Koehler Realty 40-1». Llncolneltw ~ M. NofMnfer 2027 (3) Morton'* Office Supply Ifl40 (1) Mortland Shade 2213 (3) Snyder Potato Chip* 2188 (1) Butt) Ready Mix Sohio 3184 (3) 2018 (W Schaffter B. Wolf* 1MB (0) Wetiln Th*at*r 3087 (4) M. Bwlnan 1804 fl) V. Rom 1805 (3) Top *eore*: Carla Garvin 480, Charlotte Haer 479, Joyce Hamilton 472, Lou Nelo» 471, Barbara Wolfe 497. Leader: Schaffter Sohio 44-24. MASSttAON RECHEAtlON Commercial fiehaefer Beer 2497 2819 (2) (2j Honey Grill ROco 1 * Bar No. 1 3487 (2) Torny'* Grill 2483 (2) Miller'* Hi Life 3342 (0) Kiko'i Bar (1) Duqueane -No. 2 2491 (4) Hammersmith Ins. 1380 Beer 2493 (3) COTTNTRT LAVES Narart* Maddox Bldn. 2797 (3) Rhodes Chevy 2812 a) Gilbert Electric 2786 (2) Butternut 2820 a) Tommy'* Tavern 2518 (0) 7-tfp 3S98 O) Schrader's IGA 3821 (2) Niekles Trara- portJ 1583 (1) TOD »core»: Bob Smith 804, Bob Coyne 582, Louie Cenedella MO, Gen* May 558, Floyd Brown 542. Loader: Country Lanes 9-4. Mixed Church Cross Road* 2420 (3) Stan wood No. 1 2228 (1) St. Paul's 1*18 (4) Stanwood No. i 2083 (0) Rlchville No. 3 2181 No. 3 ZOT8 (0) E. U. B. 2088 (3) Kichvilfe No. 1 3017 (1) Top icorw: Vernon Deal 804. Wetter 523, Dick Pearch 910, Dale McGinnis 307, D ' ~ ------ Wenfer 444. WHS Tankers, Wrestlers In Big Meets The Washington high school, u ^.. u >u v-on.^^ vyoavu mm , , . ,, T . , nestling and swimming teamsiSwierczek is having his troubles. lut/ } ire °. f . thp , V° s An scies Jets. *? . . u «. . . •»- . ..i . " - . . . ! A rYlOOtinff nAtlL'non Inf .-if Ti^i *»!*. Three Central Starters On Ailing List Central Catholic Coach Jim Jets Future Hangs Fire By The Associated Press The American Basketball league still awaits word on the A meeting between Jet officials are in for real sessions Friday j Here's what has happened to his] ~ meeting peiween Jet omciais and Saturday. Thft wrestlers first strineers: i and AB . L officials was scheduled Saturday. The wrestlers [first stringers: , . jhave their only night meet of the I Bob Sinay definitely will be \™. contlnue 'season Friday. The swimmers arelout of action Friday night, wheni*?"; Friday. ! slated for meets both Friday and j Saturday afternoons. j Bob Wherry's splashers will i travel to Canton for dual mwtsj "**"!; the Crusaders entertain Canton! , ii hat > "a good possibility" Jets will remain in the Lehman. A metatarsal arch thatj 163 ^' .. „ , has been giving him trouble still i The meeUng was called to re- - 'vamp the schedule in an attempt to help the club financially. Two of the Jets' home scheduled Friday and Sum with Hawaii, have been poned. And in Cleveland, spokesman for the Pipers doubleheader scheduled Youngstown, Ohio, tonight, been canceled. New York was schedul against Pittsburgh and Los A: les against Cleveland in that In games Wednesday Pittsburgh whipped Clevel 107-97 and Chicago toppled Ni York 111-95 in a doubleheftd|rl at Cleveland, and San Frai took Hawaii 109-92. jwith the state champion McKin!ley Bulldogs in the YWCA |at 4 p. m. The Saturday JBengal pool. I The Tigers will take a 4-3 rec- lord into the affrays. Not only that, but 6-foot-4 Jim j Proebstle as of Wednesday afternoon already had been out ol' I school two days with the flu, and I Carl Johnson had been out the same number of days because of tooth extractions. SWIERCZEK hopes of course, that both Proebstle and Johnson i Frank Domokos' grapplers will j will be back to school at least | host Warren Friday at 7 p.m. This'by Friday and then on the floor |will be one of their toughest!Friday night. If they do get back, "" irren must be; Central's starters w'ill be Proebs- classed with Parma which defeat-jstle, Johnson, Don Caplea, Paul ed Massilon 32-10 in the first'penny and Tom Becherer. match of the season. j Both Central and Lehman will The wrestlers have won fourjbe going into battle with 5 and NOMINEE FOR COACH-OF-THE-YEAR — Head Coach Lee f t , . Tressel of Baldwin-Wallace college (right) receives a bronze i m !5^ !LtT v. medallion from Gerald B. Zornow, Eastman Kodak Co. vice-presi dent, at annual awards banquet of the American Football Coaches association in Chicago. He was one of 16 nominees selected by A. F. C. A. ballots representing large and small col- i — , •-.-- \ A -„„,!, ,!„+.„„„ !„,, < n v fnc . leges. Winners of kodak awards as coaches-of-the-year were Paul j matches, lost two and tied one.;* recorasc Lehman o>,t loftias- "Bear" Bryant of Alabama, large college; and Alonzo "Jake" iTwo grapplers are undefeated. |»Uon 87-59, CentraJ »ont be Gaither, Florida A & M university, small college. Coaches voted Larry Mickley, 135-pounder, and playing_ Massillon unUl Feb 16) in Chicago for the winners. Tressel coached two years at Massillon Washington high school. Brazilian Fans Think Jofre Can Grab Title By CARLOS GENEVIVA SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) — heavy classes with Gene Fultoer and Terry splitting the Lehman Coach Jim norland Mickley has won all seven of his I P lan s to start Dan Lover, Fred bouts. Franklin has won only i Goldstein, Dick Cole, Gary Shif- maa and Bob Neading. The reserve game will get under way at 6:30 and the varsity- tussle, at 8. The Crusader's varsity wrestling team also will go into action Friday, when it faces Barberton. The match will take place I in the Central gym at 5 p. m. The Massillon Tigers will play j Central's record no wis 2 and 5. Walt Franklin, 147, are the boys. • Mickley has won bouts. Franklin five, tying two. Bengals To Play East /i,.,, ,-„,)»,,.,. Crusaders f^ j« to do Ickro»t* 4M, Zella Leaden: Stanwood No. 1, Riehvilte No. 1, Crow Roadi «nd RichvUl. No. 2 11-5. Wetia LANES Rcldreth Cluale — — — -» — •"•-" — •—• t ^-.* » U *. A ^* 4^, ^ ***«.%* jt V"A j. j JLS\J TT ij-vit? a±j1.1 vvmg, t/tAV' i „ , , - .. rr\l» ' * J ' One of boxing's three disputed i middle title and Archie Moorei Afcron ? ast -. thl * fa , J, 15 L,tih n ,,t hA»vv».pioht Tim TJI,, tUta will be cleared up tonight «d Harold Johnson holding ^testjta. been ^ke^for T^i^h^t^eavy^e^t ^im^Blu. ana Brazilian fans think their shares of the light heavy crown.! Eder Jofre will emerge as the I The bantam undisputed bantamweight cham- 1 pion in his match with Ireland's John Caldwell. stackum Oct. 12. This com-jbaugh who suffered a head m- ! P letes the 10 ' game schedule of Jury when he landed out of lowing a knockout by Eloy San- \ T J^ u ^ * i. -*u c* 162 in a nontitle fight, Aug. 30 Jofre, a knockout puncher withiiggo. Jofre was recognized aftei 40 victories and three draws in 43 fights, is recognized in South America and by the U. S. National Boxing association as world champ. Caldwell, 23-year-old boxer who also is unbeaten, holds the European version of the same world title. s t OD S'lUJJpeU CaJdweli gained The full slate is as follows:jwith Canton Lincoln. He may be Ross, Sept. 7; Akron lout of action for the rest of the season. Nov 18 1960 , 1\0\ . iO, l»OU.i tto European Sept. 14; Cincinnati Taft ' Sept 21; at Alliance - nod by whipping exchamp Alphonse Halimi March 30, 1961, and repeating last Oct. 31. Brazilian fans have made Jofre, 25, a top-heavy favorite on the strength of a superior punching A/-t M sfiefd "oct i; at Oct 26; Cleveland Benedictine, Nov. 2, and Canton McKinley, Nov. 10, providing the present controversy with the state high school athletic association is ironed out sufficiently THERE ARE dual claimants in *?vnr. They think they spotted a| to let McKinley play. both the middleweight and light in the Irishman's defense during Ms workouts. Jofre has Brew»ter Shoot Won With 500 A team captained by Martin Gursky of Canton won the recent Brewster Gun club shoot with a score of 500 out of 550. Ray McFarren of Massillon, captained the losing team which j had a score of 481 out of 550. i the next shoot will be held! The Washington high school Athletic department is presently Schaefer Beer 1896 (1) AT* Tavern aeos (3) Bordner'* 3730 (3) Gabele Jl«*Jty (1) David Vendinc 1730 (1) Old Dutch Beer *T38 (3) Snyder Mechanical ntn (1) Bull Pan 3866 (3) Sutler's Jewelen 3KM9 (4). Blum Music asao (0) Top scores: Junie Buekland flal, Larry Gainer 073, Corky Hilliard 030, Jerry Harty OM, Joe Ben 016, John Nemeth 8OB. Harry Collinga W7, Stan Kanhuba 906, Abe Aalanidea 901, John Garvin 986, Gil King 079, Ronnie _.,, A . . .,,,- i Ted Ranwbottom 57«, Feb. 11. A shoot scheduled for j sss tff- s - ^s«« s ^^^^^% Leaders: AT* Tavern *9-a?, Bard- enter a live-bird shoot in Penii ner'» 44-38. BUI Brim ClM*te Maorillon Container 3438 a) Oberlin Dairy »«68 (3) Duquesne Beer 3306 fl) Hacienda stopped 30 opponents, including j negotiating with four other the last 10 men he faced. Cald-j scn ools for games in the future. well has 12 knockouts in his 25-0 They are New Castle, Pa. 1963 record. and ' 6 4 ; Dayton Roosevelt, '83; The 15-round match is sched-1 Columbus Central, '64, and Cleve- uled for 9 p. m. 'land East, '64. WRITE FOR OUR FREE PERRY-CASTLE FALL CATALOGUE of QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS PERRY LUMBER 1532 PERRY RD. ( SW. P. 0. Box No. 807 Canton, 0. — Ph. GR 74553 it DICK'S MARKET 3238 Lincoln Way, E. — Perry Heights 1 | Superior - Sliced Royal Bacon 491 Superior Smoked Sausage - - 55H Superior All Meat BOLOGNA tb. 55c Superior SOUSE Lb. 49c Superior KNOCKWURST Lt>. 69c Fresh Ground All Beef HAMBURG Lb. Superior', BACON tb. 35c "You Can't Burn It" With The Purchase of $10.00 Worth or More of Grocerle* Reiter-Harter Homogenized MILK gal. btL 36c Plui Bottle D«poitt MIB.II *p-~- sylvania. 12 Out Of The 60 Atiguirtiner Beer MM (3) Old Dutch Beer 3537 .(1) Top scores: Jim Molnur VIS. Leo Baker 565, Al Tasseff 562. John Bye- leite S61, Chuck Darnell 356, Ray Mc- Infaosh SSI.. Leaders: Duquesne Beer 13-3, Kiko's No. 2 12-4. Uh Fernandez Clmsiic Schumacher Constr. 3372. (2) Superior 1Weat» 21M Q) Kendal Tavern 39S4 fl') Clitu Country Club 2527 (2) Roberta's Drive Inn 2138 (S) Eaton •Reliance 1991 (0) Stahlheber's 3078 »() O«ne«se B«r 2150 (3) Al's Tavern 2189 (2) Tetraae Miniature Golf 3048'(I) Wonaick Florist 1108 (0) Stroh't Baer 3340 (3) Jean's Beauty Salon ttO» (0) Sanitary Laundry 2337^(3) Hal's Sports 3336 '(3) Bredifer FlorUt (3) Shaffer Rambler Salea 3187 (0) Buck.j eye Beer 2341 (4) i Progressive Chevrolet 34-18 (4) Old! Dutch Beer 3237 (0) Al Chovan Auto Service 3400 (S) -vnriir HAirc-iM /--,•>.,„ I \•D^ Beachcomber Loun«« 3384 U) | NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Top .cores: Ai schuiti. jr, sap, Ca*eyiHow much actual playing time is Finger 564, Coke Sandert 587, Bt>b : Oberlin 548, Joe Aeea 536, Leaden: jOberlln Dairy 81-39, Ma*- sillon Container SO-30. Pitching Brothers \ JAMESTOWN, N. V. (AP) — j Scorekeepers in the Class D New! York-Penn baseball league wer shaking their heads this year try ing to keep the Jamestown Tigers' pitching records straigh Both Dick Ryan, 22, and hi brother, Fred, 19, of Defiance Ohio, were members of the club Gert McCarthy see, cie,!P ick is J* r i«hthander and Fre< Hershey 574. Rita Crook* S30, Helen i IS » southpaw. there in the average 60-minute college football game? Charley Loftus, editor of Yale [football programs who undertook •a survey, says it's less than 12 minutes. IT DOESN'T TAKE A MIGHTY GENIE . . . To Secure Your Future With A Good Job! Good Jobs . . Are Waiting For Trained Men? LEARN • Automation • Television • Electronics SIGN UP NOW . WINTER CLASSES ARE BEING FORMED! Technical Iwtttate 41 8. HIGH ST., AICADB BLDG. NAME ADDRESS 'HONE AGE J CLEARANCE SALE ON SUBURBANS & JACKETS SUBURBANS ALL WOOL QUILT LINED ft PILE LINED Values Up To 19.95 12 The Jacket* All Woolen, Pfle Lined, Gabardine*, Shorties & Coat Style*. Sites MUM. w Te $ll.»5. WORKI'NGMANS SIOMt INTRODUCING PLYMOUTH'S HEW FURY FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS TO GO FIRST CLASS... FAST! Now ma«t • limited-edition prestige car from Plymouth. Outside: unmistakable eagerness In every line. Inside: undis» guised luxury In every detail. Up front: more horsepower per pound than any car In its price class! Underneath: true Torsion- Aire suspension, tough Unibody- build. Everywhere: quality engineering by Chrysler Corporation. Meet Sport Fury at your Plymouth Dealer's now I Special red, whttt and blue Insignia, new wheel covers and new rear deck design tell you this Is the real thing! No mistaking a new Sport Fury—hard' top or convertible. All-vinyl bucket seats with the look and feel of leather, convenient console invite you into this full-size car. Three interior schemes, nine body colors. And the safety-padded dash is standard equipment. Fly to 60 mph In 8.5 sees, with the optional Golden Commando V-8 engine.