The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 12, 1963 · Page 2
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2 THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday. Jan. 12, 1963 Pomona Beats Lane Coach To Rescue Of Stalled Refs POMONA — Pomona's Roger Shoemaker and Lane's Mike Kuder each scored 18 points last night in a Franklin County League basketball game that ended in a 54-40 win for Pomona. The game was played after Pomona Coach Carlin Nalley and John Ledderer, Pomona school board director, rescued the of- Quenemo Makes It Look Easy QUENEMO — Quenemo warmed up last night for next week's Osage County League basketball tournament, beating league foe, Olivet, 60-32. Ben Lewis added 7 free throws to his six field goals for 19 points, high for Quenemo and the game. Quenemo opened with a 9-5 first quarter lead and kept increasing it. The victory gives Coach L. C. Haughn's team a 5-4 overall and a, 2-2 league mark going into the tournament Monday at Burlingame. Quenemo will play Carbondale at 9:20 p.m. Quenemo won last night's B game, 51-40. Here's the varsity scoring: QUENEMO-60: Gragg, 7 1 1; Perry 214; Lewis, 674; Hoover, 400; Niehoff, 4 2 3; Coppedge, 001. Totals, 24 12 17. OLIVET—32: Harsh, 805; Adams, 124; Combes, 335; Neil, 222; Allison, 012; Walker, ( 0 1; Berends, 002; Totals, 12 8 21. Score by quarters: Quenemo 9 15 13 23-«0 Olivet 51011 6-32 cials from a stalled car between omona and Quenemo. Once everyone arrived the In- ans showed i> good team ef- ort, Nalley said. While the res- ue work was going on Charles till, Pomona principal, and Lane eacher Bill Laird refereed the team game to save some time. Pomona led the Lions through- ut the game with Shoemaker nd Bernie Nelson outstanding, kelson scored 14 points. Kuder warmed up in the final quarter coring, 18 of his 18 points. The Indians B team beat the ons, 41-32. After the game Nalley and an- >ther teacher towed the officials ar to Lyndon where they stayed vernight, hoping to return to 'opeka this morning. Bill Orth md Matt May, both of Topeka, were the officials. POMONA—54; Shoemaker, 9 1 ; Nelson, 792; Goracke, 502; ,indsey, 2 0 1; Heidner, 1 2 0; ,antis, 100; Altic, 014. Totals, 549. LANE-40; Kuder, 9 3 3; Baxer, 322; Stevens, 200; Brown, 00; Wylie, 110. Totals, 17 6 Score by quarters: Pomona 12 17 13 12 Lane - 911 713 Wilt Gets 67; Wasn't Enough By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS That Pacific Coast rivalry in the National Basketball Association is turning into a runaway for Los Angeles' streaking Lakers. Putting on a second half surge Friday night, the Lakers knockec off the San Francisco Warriors 134-129. The victory was the eighth straight for Los Angeles and gave the Lakers a perfect 6 for-6 against San Francisco thi season—the Warriors' first on the West Coast. Elsewhere iin the NBA, subs John Havlicek and Frank Ramsej played key roles as the Boston Celtics whipped the Syracuse Nats 134-117, and the Detroit Piston outlasted the Chicago Zephyrs 116 112. Wilt Chamberlain broke his own Cow Palace record with 67 point and the Warriors led by as many as 18 points—but the Laker proved too hot to hold off. The result boosted the Lakers Western Division lead to sis games over St. Louis and droppec San Francisco to fourth, one-ha' game behind Detroit. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobuV See Dean Berlin, Aqent 100 E. Second Phone CH 3-2804 A Head-Banging Pro Bowl Game ATHLETE OF YEAR - Dawn Fraser, Australia's Olympic swimming champion, was named Female Athlete of Year for 1962 in annual yearend poll of Associated Press. She won 100-meter freestyle Olympic championship in 1956 and 1960 and last October she became first woman to break one-minute barrier for 100-meter swim. Bowling Sue Shows Men How To Bowl Sue Wolgast came within one jin of matching the highest Men's series last night. Sue put lines of 171-191-196 into a 558 series as her Royal T team swept four points from Fairmont Dairy in the Friday Night Ladies League at the Royal T. M. Birckhead, rolled the best series in men's play, a 559 for L*e's Cafe, 4-0 victor over the iloyal T in the Dynamic League at the Ottawa Bowl. In GAA Juniors play at the Royal T this week, Ellen Speer posted the top 2-line series, 261, but her Twisters team lost three points to the Lane Duffers. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl league appear elsewhere on today's sports page. Here the team results and high individual scores in the Royal T leagues: OAA JUNIOKB Twitter*—0 High 10-30, Speer, 143-361 Lane Duffers—8 Hlfeh 10-30, 134.138 Sleeper*—3 High 10-30, waite, 105-203 Pin Popper*—0 High 10, Pound, 10) High 30, 178 Bopin' Bowleri—'! High 10-30, Rybolt, 135-249 Splitter*—« High 10-30, Waymire, 108-305 Pin Topplers—1 High 10-30, Wallace, 106-207 Gutter Huts— 1 High 10-30. Shaughnesay, 126-221 Striken it Spares—0 High 10-30, Brady, 1W.216 WnpredleUbles-r-3 High 10-3'0, Good, 126-245 FRIDAY NIGHT IADIES Royal T Lanes—1 High 10-30, Wolgast, 1B6-B58 Fairmont Dairy—0 High 10, McFaddcn, 184 High 30, Roller, 402 Gambles Stor«—1 .„..„ High 10-30, Buyer, 177-427 Wills Cafe—3 High 10, Bachelor, 180 High 30, Droddy, 410 Kramer'* I>rogs—4 High 10-30, Sncll, 155-434 Helen * Blllj Cafe—4> High 10, Hoffman, 182 High 30, Hlckman, 457 Ottawa Bowl—S High 10, Adams, 167 High 30, Simmons, 464 McFaddcn's Paintings—1 High 10-3J, Heckman, 141-404 Pence's—2 High 10-30, Zlelsdorf, 168.427 Parmelee Products—3 High 10-30, Walker, 168-399 Orioles Drop Cubs RICHMOND — The Princeton Orioles defeated the Richmond Cubs 42-34, in a Franklin County League game at Richmond last night. "We were beat at the free throw line," Richmond Coach Phil Rose said. Princeton scored 18 free throws with John Sutton putting eight in the basket and Bill Moore six. Sutton and another Oriole, Tom Cannady, each claimed five field goals. Leon Sobba was the Cubs' top scorer with five field goals and three free throws. Richmond now has a 1-win, 6- loss record. Coach Jim Pollom's Orioles has a 2-win, 5-loss record. The Princeton B team defeated the Cubs 51-26. Richmond will play at Lane Tuesday night. PRINCETON — 42: Sutton, 5 8 3; Cannady, 5 1 3; Moore, 160; Ralston, 110; Rukes, 023; Cowdin, 000. Totals 12 18 9. RICHMOND - 34: Sobba, 5 3 2; Pedrow, 3 0 3; Maley, 305; Roeckers, 412; Kueser, 005; Bennett, 004. Totals, 15 4 21. Score by quarters: Princeton 151269. Richmond 61387. By DON WEISS LOS ANGELES (AP)-A pair of explosive offenses and head-banging defenses go at each other here Sunday in the 13th annual all-Star Pro Bowl of the National Football League with the Western Conference slightly favored because'. .. well, this guy Lombard! just doesn't lose much anymore. Vince Lombard! of the two-time champion Green Bay Packers is the head coach of a West squad that seeks its ninth victory and fourth in a row in the series that has become a season-ending fixture at the 100,000-seat Coliseum. To make sure the winning habit rubs off, the Packer boss has eight of his employes spread among the 33-man Western squad, led by player of the year Jim Taylor, his fullback; quarterback Bart Starr, and three offensive linemen who make his attack go, Jim Ringo, Forest Gregg and Jerry Kramer. They're only stars among many Church League Schedule The church league basketball schedule for Monday, Jan. 14, was announced today by Orlis Cox, recreation commissioner. Here it is: Senior division — Boys' Club vs. Faith Lutheran at 6:15; Sacred Heart vs First Methodist at 7; Trinity Methodist vs. First Christan at 7:45; First Baptist North Baptist at 8:30. vs. Junior Division — Westminster Presbyterian vs. Boys' Club at 5:30; North Baptist vs. Calvary Baptist at 6:10; First Christian vs. First Methodist (greens) at 6:50; Grace Episcopal vs. First Methodist (whites) at 7:30; Wesleyan Methodist vs. Sacred Heart at 8:10; Trinity Methodist vs. First Baptist at 8:50. Senior division teams play in the junior high gymnasium and junior division teams play in the senior high gym. stars and the Eastern Conference, led by coach of the year Allie Sherman of the New York Giants, hall a bundle too, including passer Y. A. tittle of the Giants, a solid band of receivers, and fullback Jim Brown of Cleveland. But the expert* have concluded that a man like Lombardi, who has coached M games this season and won 21, must be on a streak. They've decided there's about i field goal's difference between West and East. The Los Angeles area will be blacked out of the nationwide telecast by the National Broadcasting Company. Kickoff is 4 p.m., EST. Melvern Smacks Carbondale CARBONDALE - Carbondale fell hand before the Melvern Panthers, 55-28, in an Osage County League game last night at Carbondale. Coach Gene Otis' team led in all four quarters with Bob Criss top sewer with 14 points and Wayne Cranwell second with 12 Last night's victory was Mel vern's fourth league win and seventh overall. The Panthers have lost two non-league games. Melvern plays next in the Osage County League Tourna ment at Burlingame. The Osage league is made up of teams from Melvern, Olivet Lyndon, Scranton, Quenemo, Car bondale, Overbrook and Burlin game. MELVERN-55, Criss, 702; Cranwell, 522; Mochamer, 3 2 3; Geier, 302; Haywotth, 105; Lacey, 123; Gibson, 1 0 1; Hay worth, 150. Totals, 22 1113. CARBONDALE—28, Sieqrist, 4 0 1; Oberley, 232; Kitchen, 1 4; teregba, 100; L. Remington 100; Starkbaum, 0 11; T. Rem ington, 012. Totals, 9 10 17. Score by quarters. Melvern 2012 716 Carbondale 10 3 4 1 Lawrence Wants Football Foe LAWRENCE (AP) — Lawrence High School, rated No. 1 in the 1962 Associated Press poll for Kansas football teams, has only eight games scheduled for 1963 and is looking for a ninth opponent. Allan Woolard, coach and athletic director, said the open date around Nov. 1 was left when Wyandotte decided to drop its traditional rivalry with Lawrence. Lawrence, perennial state champion, has a 15-game winning streak and had won 47 in a row before losing 0-7 to Manhattan in the 1961 season opener. Woolard said he has tried to schedule Wichita schools, Salina, Independence and Coffeyville, and Missouri schools in Kansas City and Springfield. Phil Cutchin OSU Coach STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Phil Cutchin, 42-year-old right hand man of Alabama football Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant, was named Friday night to take over the football reins it Oklahoma State University. Cutchin, who has assisted Bryant for the past 11 seasons, was given a four-year contract at $16,500 a year. Cutchin's selection ended a six- week search by OSU officials to fill a coaching vacancy created Dec. 4 when Cliff Speegle was fired. Basketball Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST , LaSalle 78, Manhattan 61 Columbia 51, Harvard 44 Yale 62, Princeton 61 Penn 87, Brown 77 Penn State 78, Colgate 70 New Hampshire 83, Bates 74 Cornell at Dartmouth, postponed, bad weather SOUTH Tennessee 77, Tulane 70 Kentucky 63, Louisiana State 56 Virginia Military 79, Richmond 77 MIDWEST North Dakota St. 71, South Dakota 64 Northern Illinois 77, West Illinois 74 DePauw 59, Wheaton 53 Cornell, Iowa 93, Knox 87 Carleton 55, Beloit 53 — ot North Dakota 62, Morningside 42 St. Olaf 85, Coe 72 SOUTHWEST New Mexico Highlands 84, Wayland 73 Abilene Christian 77, E. New Mexico 68 FAR WEST Southern California 64, Washington 61 Santa Clara 86, Loyola, Calif. 76 Idaho 62, Oregon 61 — ot Oregon State 65, Stanford 58 Colo. St. College 72, Colo. College 54 New Mexico 53, Wyoming 49 Utah 52, Arizona 50 Arizona St. U. 89, Brigham Young 84 Cape Girardeau State 78, St. Louis Concordia 62 Missouri Valley 74, Drury 72 Evangel of Springfield 63, Principia (HI.) 59 MacMurray (HI.) 65, Augustana of Rock Island 58 Junior College Garden City 55, Pratt 48 Kansas City (Kan.) 80, Kemper 44 Grambling First In Small College Poll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Grambling of Louisiana has taken over the top spot in the Associated Press small college basketball poll, replacing Westminster, Pa. The Louisiana team, in third place last week although it got the, most first place votes, collected three firsts and a total of 54 points in the latest balloting by eight sports writers and broadcasters on the AP's regional board. Westminster picked up 52% points while Wittenberg of Ohio fell one notch to third with 48% points. One selector could not decide between Westminster and Wittenberg and split his first place vote. The top ten, based on 10 points for first, 9 for second, 8 for third, etc, with first place votes, and won and lost records through Jan. 5: L Grambling, La 12 Westminster, Pa. l l / 2 . 6 Wittenberg, 0 J / 2 6 South E. Missouri 1.8 Tenn. State 1 io Akron, 0. 9 Prairie View A&M .. 9 Oglethorpe 1 8 Evansville 7 Colo. Mines 7 College Wrestling . Kansas State 25, Fort State 3 Hays College Gymnastics Fort Hays State 59, Colorado State U. 53 L 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 3 1 Pts 54 52% 481/2 46 36 31 29 2 21 17 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results Boston 134, Syracuse 117 Detroit 116, Chicago 112 Los Angeles 134, San Francisco 129 Today's Games New York at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis San Francisco at Los Angela Detroit vs. Syracuse at Roches tor Sunday's Games Chicago at Boston St. Louis at Cincinnati Detroit at Syracuse New York at Los Angeles Monday's Game New York at San Francisco Ottawa-Olathe Game Tuesday The Ottawa ftigh IttL baslnt* >all game scheduled at Oathe last ight, but called off due to seven weather and highway coMltlofu, las been rescheduled for Tuesday light, W P. Shepard, Ottawa High >rincipal, said. The junior varsity game has been scheduled for. 6 p.irt. since the following day is school day and authorities wish to get the students home as soon as possible. The varsity game will be played after the junior varsity gam*. Player Leads By One Stroke SAN DEEGO, Calif. (AP)-As seen today by PGA champion Gary Player of South Africa, tournament golf in the United States is a tough way to make a iving. Player led the way into the third round of the $25,000 San Diego Open, and behind him were the finest back-to-back rounds and the lowest score in his brilliant career—65-65—130. But Player's margin of comfort was just one precarious stroke. As play resumed over the par 35-36—71 Stardust Country Club course, he was 12 shots under par for the route. His nearest threat was 24-year- old Jacky Cupit of Longview, Tex., whose last big victory was in the Western Open in 1962. He had rounds of 6645—131. I GILLETTE ^ Super Power Bar < • Tractor Tires J See Us for ' J FAST, EFFICIENT ' V TIRE SERVICE ^ on All Tractor* I T 110 West 4th St. ? Right Down Town Tire* S Supply, Inc. 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