The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 14, 1963 · Page 2
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ttto#Qi4lwuu*»**r'+# w ?»•, THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Jan. 14, 1963 OU Drops Overtime Game To Presbies By LVMAR PHILLIPS Ottawa University's Braves dropped a Kansas Conference basketball game to College of Emporia here Saturday night, the Presbies winning in an overtime, 83 to 79. The loss drops Ottawa into eighth place in the conference standings with a record of 3-5 and leaves the Presbies in sixth place with a 4-3 record. The game was a nip-and-tuck affair, with neither team enjoying anything like a substantial lead until midway in the second half when Ottawa moved up to a 10-point lead, 68 to 58. The Braves held the 10-point advantage only momentarily, however. In the next few minutes the Presbies moved up to tie the count at 70-70, scoring 12 points while the Braves were getting a lone field goal by Tom Watson. Top scorers for the Presbies were Don Simecka, with 23 points. Manley Tubbs with 22, and Harold Smallwood with 16. The three hit a total of 22 field goals and 17 free throws. Tom Watson was high for Ottawa, and for the game, with 9 field goals and 7 free throws for a total of 25 points. Duane Bissitt hit 14 points, Tom Kinder 13 and Jerry Harshaw 12. Five of Ottawa's starters, Tom Kinder, Tom Watson, Jerry Harshaw and Duane Bissitt, went out of the game on fouls. The field goal that tied the count at 70-70, near the end of regular playing time, was made by Simecka of the Presbies. The game was tied nine times during the regular playing period, 2-2, 4-4, 16-16, 18-18, 20-29, 34-34, 50-50 52-52 and 70-70. During the overtime period the score was tied four times at 72 72, 74-74, 76-76 and 78-78. Another home game will be played tomorrow evening, with the Braves meeting the Wildcats from Baker University, Baldwin. The box score: C of E (88) FK Motley 0 Simecka 8 Miller 0 Tubbs' 9 Smallwood 5 Browne 3 Rose 4 Ft 3 7 1 4 6 0 4 Ottawa (7U> Kinder .. Sutler Krebbs .. .i Watson 29..25 26 Fg Ft F Erwln , 0 Johnson " Harshaw 6 Bissitt 3 28 23 28 Score at half: Ottawa 37, C. of E. 34; score, regular playing time, 7070. K-State Tackles Colorado Tonight * * * Bethel Wins Two For First By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Double victories proved important in the Kansas Conference basketball race last week. Bethel used a pair of triumphs to vault into first place, replacing Sterling, which went the other way and lost twice. Southwestern won two, moving to second. Bethany, a pre-season choice, righted itself after an early slump for twin triumphs and College of Emporia became a probable contender in the tightly-balanced loop by taking its two starts. Bethel figures to remain on the lop rung this week. Only action for the Threshers is a Friday night game against ninth place Kansas Wesleyan at Salina. College of Emporia coulld make further strides if it keeps alive the 2- victory week. The Presbies will be host to Southwestern Tuesday, then play Bethany Saturday. Independent Tabor pushed its record to 9-2 with an 81-77 decision over winless Friends last week. Kansas Conference (League Games) W L Pet. Pts. Op Wamego Pair Leads Bowlers MCPHERSON, Kan. (AP)-Tom Scully and Glenn Bair of Wamego took over first place in the doubles division of the American Legion state bowling tournament over the weekend. Their score was 1,297. Larry Tinsley of Overland Park took the singles lead at 711. Shawnee Jewelers of Shawnee still top the team division with 3,122, and Warren Woods of Shawnee is the all-events leader with 2,093. The tournament runs through Feb. 3. To Keep Eye On AFL Cities SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-The American Football League is going to station an ex-FBI agent in every league city to keep an eye on potential player-gambler associations. Joe Foss, AFL commissioner, says the move was prompted by investigations of alleged gambling influences in the National Football League. Owners of the eight AFL teams voted to strengthen the league's security system Saturday at the close of their winter meeting here. West Miscues Help East Pro All-Stars McClinton Tops In West Victory By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer : Colorado's defending Big Eight champs meet Kansas State tonight in Boulder, Colo. — graveyard of past K-State title hopes. If Colorado wins, the rest of the league will be playing catch-up for some time. A Colorado victory would give the Buffaloes a 4-0 won-lost record in conference play. K-State's frontline height and shooting skill come closer to matching the Buffs than any other Big Eight club. Coach Tex Winter's club beat Nebraska 66-53 at Manhattan in its conference opener and appears ready for the Buffs, who have won 19 straight at home. 1 A victory at Boulder, however, ivery been Bowling 2,699 Wins Champions Hound Helen and Bill's Cafe scored a 2,699-pin series and 3-1 victory over Peoples National Bank Sunday night in the Grand Champions League at the Ottawa Bowl. Dave Heckman with 579 and Howard Doman with 562 led the cafe team. Howard's 219 was the top line. The champions league is made up of the teams which won men's leagues last season at the Ottawa Bowl. In another special match Sunday, the Ottawa Bowl women's team beat Willis Nurserymen, 31 In a Tuesday , Night Ladies League makeup game, Shinn & Haley split 2-2 with Eagles Auxiliary, as S. Simmons rolled an 185 line and 468 series for Shinn IE Haley. The Deuces Wild claimed a 3-0 victory over the Sleepers in last week's R & M Midget League session at the Ottawa Bowl. But Craig Davis was the top individual, rolling a 336 series on lines of 176-160 for the Side Swipers which were beaten, 2-1, by the Splinters. The Scatterbrains, on bottom in the standings, swept 3 from the Timber Tumblers. Team results and individual scores in the Midget and weekend leagues at the Ottawa Bowl ap pear elsewhere ir today's sports section. TUESDAY' NIGHT LEAGUES InduilrUI (Mcn't) Team W L Bennett Creamery Mo. 1 45 31 Ottawa Times 44% 31'/i Presto Foods 38 38 Peoples National 38 40 Nltcher Floor Service .. ..35- 41 Wilson Cleaners 29'/a 46U Lndlei Arnold's Jewelry 50 26 Todd Insurance 43 33 KOFO 42 34 VFW Auxiliary 39 37 Shinn & Haley 30 46 Eagles Auxiliary 34 62 Eoytl T (Men'*) Al Beets 4 0 Trout's Jewelry 4 0 Belt-Service Shoes 3 1 Foremost Dairy 2 3 Maracalbo Oil 2 3 Best Truck Lines 2 2 Bundy's Insurance 2 2 Henslek Grocery 1 3 Ottawa Savings It Loan ... o 4 LLStB Oilers 0 4 s something no K-State team has accomplished since 1959. Almost Wildcat defeat there has costly. By winning at Boulder, K-State would have had championship tie in 1952 and 1962 instead of second place and an outright championship in 1960 nstead of a co-title with Kansas. Kansas, the conference tournament champion, plays Missouri at Columbia in the other game tonight. Kansas must win to keep ts title hopes alive. A 55-51 de- eat at Iowa State gave the Jayhawkers an 0-2 league record. Colorado, looking impressive every time out, rolled past Missouri 92-69 with Ken Charlton scoring 27 points and Milt Mueller 29. The Buffs are the only visiting earn to win in the nine conference games played to date. They did it twice—at Kansas and Ne- jraska. The game will match the league's two best scorers. Charlton leads with 26.7 in conference jlay and 21.2 for all games. K- State's Willie Murrell is next with 26.0 in the league and 18.9 for all Barnes. Bethel Southwestern Sterling Baker Bethany C. of E.' McPherson Ottawa Kan Wesleyan Friends .857 554 533 .714 496 455 .625 534 508 .625 553 551 .571 451 409 .571 493 485 .429 490 513 .375 561 537 .167 387 448 .000 401 481 This week's games: Tonight—Omaha at Pittsburg, McPherson at Tabor. Tuesday—Fort Hays at Kansas Wesleyan, Southwestern at College of Emporia, Ottawa at Baker. Friday—St. Benedict's at Emporia State, Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan, Sterling at Friends, McPherson at Baker, Southwestern at Tabor. Saturday — Washburn at Rockhurst (Mo), Bethany at College of Emporia. Player Confident Of That Putt SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-Golf star Gary Player is a positive thinker and proud of it. So today, as the American PGA Champion from South Africa led the golfing nomads to the uncertainties of the Bing Crosby tournament at Pebble Beach, he could reflect on a putt he sank. It won the $25,000 San Diego Open Sunday. The putt measured 18 feet from the edge of the 18th green and Gary had to make it or go into a sudden death playoff with Tony Lema. .."You know," Gary said later, "I had a feeling I was going to make the putt. I had hit about five real solid putts which just missed the hole. "I told myself I was due for one. That last one made up for all the ones I missed." Player collected $3,500 for his round's of 65-65-70-70—270 and missed Mike Souchak's tournament record by one stroke. He won by one stroke over Lema, with Bill Casper Jr. and Charlie Sifford lied for third at 272. Tech Just Barely Unbeaten By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer If Georgia Tech basketball coach John Hyder survives the season without developing an acute case of the screeming mee- mies, he should get some sort of an award—and maybe check his physicians to make sure he still has a heart. Hydcr's Yellow Jackets have run up a spotless 11-0 record, the only perfect mark in the Southeastern Conference. But Alfred Hitchcock wouldn't dare write some of the scripts. Georgia Tech, No. 7 team in the current Associated Press poll, has won seven of its 11 games by a grand total of 12 points. The Yellow Jackets got past Kentucky, Furman and VPI by one point each, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi by 2, and Alabama by 3. Their latest chiller was a 73-71 decision over Mississippi in overtime Saturday night. Bill Edison wrapped that one up with less than a minute left in the overtime. Tonight, Georgia Tech meets a real toughie in Mississippi State, the defending co-champion, at Starkville, Miss. The Yellow Jackets, with a 2-0 conference record, still trail Alabama, 3-0, which has a fairly easy assignment in Florida tonight. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-Old pro Frank Tripucka came off the bench Sunday and passed the West team to a 21-14 victory in the second annual American Football League All-Star clash—then said it was his final game. The 35-year-old quarterback relieved Len Dawson of Dallas in the final quarter with the score 14-14. He cranked up the faltering West players and guided them 89 yards in seven plays to the winning touchdown. The score was set up on a 49- yard toss to Tripucka's Denver Bronco teammate Lionel Taylor. The same Tripucka-Taylor combination worked on a 20-yarder two plays later for the touchdown. A crowd of more than 27,000 fans at Balboa Stadium watched the West jump off to a 14-0 halftime lead. West scores came on a 64-yard run by Curtis McClinton of Dallas and an 11-yard pass play from Dawson to San Diego end Dave Kocourek. McClinton, AFL rookie of the year, was also named outstanding back of the game. The 230-pound fullback was the leading rusher with 94 yards. The sputtering East defense— plauged by five intercepted passes —caught hold late in the third pe riod. Quarterback George Blanda of Houston used only four plays to movo the Easterners 68 yards to a score. Tripucka took the helm at the start of the final period. He threw two incomplete passes during his first series of downs. After an ex change of punts he got another chance. This time the former Notre Dame star was on target with hi next four passes—including the one that won the game. Tripucka told newsmen it was his final game. "It would take a fantastic amount of money to get me back next year," he said. The 14-year performer in two United States and one Canadian League said he plans to retire and manage his store in Bloomfield, N.J. West defensive end Earl Faison of San Diego was named outstanding lineman of the game. Athletics Sign Right-Hander ~ KANSAS CITY (AP) - Peter Loverich, 20-year-old right-handed pitcher from Blue Island, 111., has signed a contract with the Kansas City Athletics and will report at Camp in Daytona Beach, Fla., Feb. 10. Lovrich played for Minot of the Northern League last year. He won nine games, lost six and his ERA of 2.88 was second best in the league although his team was in last place. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Ivy League Dartmouth 71, Cornell 66 (OT) Saturday Ivy League Penn 60, Yale 50 Columbia 55, Dartmouth 51 Harvard 59, Cornell 42 Princeton 81, Brown 67 Big Ten Ohio State 68, Michigan 66 Illinois 106, Purdue 82 Michigan State 75, Wisconsin 68 Minnesota 83, Iowa 58 Atlantic Coast Duke 78, Clemson 67 N.C. State 71, S. Carolina 63 Southern W. Virginia 100, George Wash. 97 The Citadel 83, Furman 78 Southeastern Georgia Tech 73, Mississippi 71 (OT) Alabama 67, Georgia 61 Kentucky 81, Tulane 72 Miss. State 58, Vanderbilt 55 Auburn 81, Florida 56 Big Eight Colorado 92, Missouri 69 Kansas St. 66, Nebraska 53 Iowa St. 55, Kansas 51 Missouri Valley Cincinnati 67, Tulsa 57 Wichita 79, Bradley 60 St. Louis 72, Drake 68 Southwest Rice 85, Arkansas 70 Southern Methodist 71, Texas A&M 68 Texas 78, Texas Tech 58 Baylor 61, Texas Christian 60 WAC Arizona St. 80, Utah 65 Bringham Young 80, Arizona 75 Big Six UCLA 63, California 58 Washington 62, Southern Calif. L Other Major Games Wake Forest 76, Virginia Tech { Notre Dame 105, Detroit 70 North Texas 37, Air Force 36 Dayton 70, Louisvile 65 (OT) Marquette 80, Xavier (Ohio) 57 Davidson 112, Jacksonville, Fla., 8 Maryland 67, Navy 61 Villanova 63, St. Joseph's, Pa. 1 (OT) Duquesne 76, Carnegie Tech 53 Pitt 80, Geneva 60 Canisius 80, Providence 75 Niagara 80, St. Bonaventure 63 Army 75, Coast Guard 60 Penn State 59, Syracuse 49 Stanford 96, Oregon St. 69 Colo. St. 75, Wyoming 69 Idaho 81, Oregon 58 New Mexico 52, Denver 51 Utah St. 85, Montana 58 Seton Hall 81, Fairleigh Dickinson 63 By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) - Allie Sherman finally has a victory today over Vince Lombardi, his old New York buddy, even if it took one of Jim Brown's finest days, five fumbles, two dropped touchdown passes and a field goal by a guy with the shakes. Sherman, the young scholarly coach of the New York Giants, got his revenge Sunday in the Eastern Conference's 30-20 victory over Lombardi's Western Conference stars in the 13th National Football League Pro Bowl All-Star game. Sherman called it "a great team victory and a well played game under the circumstances." Lombardi, like Sherman a Giant assistant before starting his championship reign at Green Bay, called it a "comedy of errors." Most of the 61,374 who watched | the sloppy, N but exciting struggle at the Coliseum under sunny skies and 60-degree temperatures probably would agree the answer was somewhere in the middle. On the positive side, the East had the brilliant running of Cleveland's Brown, who proved he's just as good as ever by carrying 17 times for a record 141 yards, scoring two touchdowns on a 50- yard gallop and a one-yard power plunge and setting up a third score with a 33-yard burst through three or four would-be tacklers. There was the clutch 19-yard touchdown pass from Y. A. Tittle to Pres Carpenter that pulled the East into a 20-20 tie early in the fourth quarter after it blew a two- touchdown lead, and the field goal by flu victim Lou Michaels that snapped the tie. And there was the tremendous defensive play of Gene (Big Daddy) Lipscomb and Jim Katcavage. But that side of the East's first victory over the West in four years and Sherman's first over Lombardi in six tries since he be* came New York coach tended to be lost in the shuffle of fumbles by Abe Woodson of San Francisco that cost two touchdowns, a bobble by Johnny Unites that led to Michaels' field goal, and surt touchdown passes dropped by Gail Cogdill and Ron Kramer of the West. "We just handed it to them in the fourth quarter," echoed Uni- tas, whose passing—including t record 87-yard completion to Cogdill—had rallied the West into the lead on a 17-point third period burst. Free Sub Rule For Colleges By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The country's college football coaches tossed away their scorecards today, verbally approved the newly adopted free substitution rule as "good for the game" and indicated they now have enough room to manipulate their forces despite a couple of annoying strings. "I think it will make a better game," said Coach Dan Devine of Missouri. "It's a great rule change," said North Carolina's Jim Hickey, "I'm delighted." Ottawa-Olathe Makeup Tuesday Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division W. L. Pet. GB Boston ........ 28 14 .667 Syracuse ...... 24 19 .558 Cincinnati ..... 23 22 .511 New York ..... 14 31 .311 4% Western Division 34 29 Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! Los Angeles St. Louis ... Detroit 19 San Francisco Chicago 16 15 11 18 28 27 32 .756 .617 .404 .372 .319 6 16 17 20 GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis fl Insurance On Everything Porter • Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears "Very wise — very sound," said Bump Elliott of Michigan., There was no hue and cry from the opposition replying to an Associated Press survey—only a lone determined voice dissenting. "It's a tremendous step backward," said Ralph Jordan of Auburn. "I had a feeling when Gen. Bob Neyland passed on something like this would take place." Neyland was strongly opposed to platoon football, calling it a "rat race" that robbed the game of its "character building aspects." Others like Holy Cross' Eddie Anderson, the dean of the nation's coaches, have always felt "the more boys who get to play the better the game gets." -The new rule, as adopted by the football rules committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in Coronado, Calif., last Saturday, calls for more liberalized substitution. There are certain restrictions, however. Completely free substitution will be permitted any time the clock stops and on all plays in a series except fourth down and when the ball changes hands. In each of the restrictive cases, only two men can be sent in. Tomorrow night, the Ottawa Cyclones will challenge the Olathe Eagles in a makeup contest at the Olathe gym. Coach H. K. Stevens will have his boys in grade A shape following last week's bout with sickness and injury Doug Schultz and Ronnie Mendell, both on the sick list, and 6-6 Harry Morton, crippled by an injured foot from the Leavenworth contest, will be back in the fold after suffering through a week-long practice schedule. Last week's EKL schedule saw the Argentine Mustangs take advantage of Bonner Springs' violations, bad passes and cold shoot ing in the final period and drum out a 54-45 East Kasas League victory at Bonner. Drue Jennings was the top Mustang shooting with 13 points while Clayton McGee hit 17 for the losers. Surprising Rosedale dominated the rebounding to tilt the Turner Bears and become a serious stumbling block in the path of the title hopes of the Turnermen. The Wildcats scored a 57-55 victory with Eugene Jackson leading the rebounding Cats who were in front all the way. James Ram sey scored 11 of his 13 points in the first half, and Phil Lahue high for Rosedale with 16, let the second half charge. Turner made a valiant effort to pull the game out in the fina seconds, but George Miller took a shot with 19 seconds left and miss ed it as Allen Morris picked of als are reasons stated for the arlier starting time. Game consequences are important to the Ottawans as they lave a chance to pick up a full ;ame on Turner and keep on the leels of league - leading Argen- ine who moved to a 2-0 league record. Morton, 17.2, Mendell, and Roy Dunn will provide the Red with he best scoring punch in the eague, but results of the Turner- losedale contest leave a little to he imagination and a return to coach Stevens' former statement: 'The team that wins the league this year is bound to lose om or two ball games." Our ALL STAR Line Up Of Auto Parts Pistons—SEALED POWER Rings— RAMCO or SEALED POWER Gaskets— McCORD CORP. Spark Plugs— CHAMPION, AC, AUTOLITE Batteries—AUTOUTE, GRANT Mufflers & Pipes—AP Tires & Tubes— GATES Fan Belts—DAYTON Brake Fluid—LOCKHEED Bulbs—WESTING- 'Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas Repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES 826 Ash CH MMI Wichita Women High Bowlers LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-The team championship of the Veteran of Foreign Wars women's state bowling tournament during the weekend went to the Hi Ho Club of Wichita with a score of 2,937. June Nixon and Polly Meyer of Topeka won the doubles crown with 1,208. Willie Aspen of Wichita is the singles champion at 669, and Arky Yarbough of Wichita took the all-events title with 1,913. About 275 women competed. The 1964 tournament will be in Hays next January. Me minute you want it No need to leave home or work when you want money! Use BENEFICIAL'S convenient Loans-by-Mail service. Fill in and mail </i» coupon below ... or phone and ask for a loan. The minute your loan's arranged you'll get a check in your mail box. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY NAME ADDRESS- CITY AMOUNT- PHONE- NEEDED BY. ;;__., J loan* $25 to $2000 — Loans over $300 life-insured at low cost. ••ntflcial Financo Co. of Lawranci, Inc. S33K MASSACHUSETTS STREET, LAWRENCE Om ttobarU Jewelry • Phone: Viking S-M74 AskferttttYCSMANwr OKN IVININOIIV APPOINTMENT—FHONE fOI EVENING HOURS BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM fie was fouled and connected for an extra point margin. The Olathe-Ottawa game sched uled last Friday but cancelled due io bad weather, will begin a 7:30, with the "B" game to start at 6:00. Weather and semester fi- HOUSE Wiper Blades— TRICO HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 ••••••••••• OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MATCHED GAME Ottawa Bowl Ladlei Team — 3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. D. Doman 141 124 147 412 M. Kamp 140 138 15'd 428 E Crawford 144 115 146 405 V. Bloomer 108 122 103 334 J. Speer 125 126 104 355 Willis Nursery Mens— 1 j Love 114 110 133 357 O Miller 81 88 106 285 F Sherman 115 132 120 367 P Durbln 112 81 119 312 R. Crawford 152 115 119 386 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES Shinn & Haley— 8 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. P Jackson 86 125 146 367 R Kaub . . . . 151 103 88 342 B. Denniston 98 118 96 312 B Adams 160 159 141 460 S Simmons 185 113 170 468 Eagles Auxiliary — 9 M. Hopkins 103 148 145 396 B.' Wilson "0 113 89 312 L Casteel . . Ill 114 153 378 E Keller .... 129 119 110 358 GRAND CHAMPION LEAGUE People? National Bank — 1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. A Gilbert . 170 158 189 517 £ navi/ . 189 147 171 507 A Bennett .. 167 155 129 451 A' Knoeppel 157 177 208 542 iichtenbelger . . ..165 129 139 433 •D enhuif9 . 211 157 368 H Doman V. '.'.'.'..' MB 219 165 562 £' winthe 158 147 172 477 D. Heckman •::••.':.•. 303 205 171 579 SATURDAY NIGHT FUN The Splits — 1 , B. Howell 160 139 107 400 M. Miller 136 86 128 300 NIGHT OWLS Unpredictables— 3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. I. Harah 84 101 101 286 E. McDaniels 145 141 157 443 C McDaniels . . . . 162 131 all 504 Rolling Pins— 1 F. Young 66 90 78 238 J. Young 121 100 115 336 B. Young 132 176 153 461 Bell Ringers — 1 D. Skllling . . 102 117 104 323 H Skilllng . . 95 123 140 358 J. Sauer 79 57 tl 317 J. Sauer 118 153 138 3M The Hustlers— I C. Keim 164 144 140 441 E. Kelm 156 123 107 38( V. Ferguson 137 162 123 439 E. Ferguson 168 144 141 4S3 The Plugs— 3 H Liegerot .. 160 146 13S 444 C. Dengel 112 133 142 3i1 W. Dengel 184 166 140 4« Lost Four — 1 A Madl 77 104 103 38: J Madl ... 79 98 91 261 R Kamp. . 204 182 158 554 R & M MIDGETS Deuces Wild — 3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl N. Richcson 120 106 331 J. Sauer 132 134 361 G. Hettler 125 1'08 34 J. Steinman 138 107 34 A. Campbell 88 108 18 The Sleepers — 0 H. Montgomery .. .103 45 14 D. Gumm 117 130 24 M. Robertson 136 c norm 122 129 H Robertson 135 168 G. Honn 1« 165 Lucky Four—* E. Bowman 1" }0» M. Gllllland 135 188 B. Ollliland J« «1 G. Bowman 192 160 Teasers—'.! M. McMlllen 137 135 P. McMlllen 134 127 P. Toumberlm .... 137 140 D. Toumberlln .. .. 137 115 King Pins—3 J. Brockway 106 99 D. Brockway 139 185 L. Cheney 87 122 D. Cheney 180 145 The Bumi—1 M. Brandon 131 156 V. Dodd 123 158 M. Jones 135 153 D. Dodd .. U6 133 Termite i—S M. Howell 122 114 M. Miller 116 117 148 400 165 458 105 418 130 358 138 442 135 380 151 603 376 C. Denniston ...... 80 D, Blen ........... 14 P. Foster ....... .. 62 Splinters — a T. Fisher ......... 113 D. Mudrlclc ....... 108 K. Hughes ......... 75 8. Suits .. ......... 68 R. Bell ............ 137 Side 8wiper«— 1 R. Bell ............ 123 103 88 100 104 107 143 170 422 B, Riche"son 368 c. Hattler .. .. 420 E. Montgomery C. Davis 176 113 318 Suattcrbrains—3 165 489 o. Kersley 134 108 317 W. Denniston 8'0 171 486 B, Van Cleave 128 R. Campbell 86 124 411 c. Nitcher 76 124 405 146 434 Timber Tvmbleri— • H. Suits ........... 85 153 431 B. Suits M D. Bien »3 116 352 J. Johnson 118 186 418 S. Salb U3 72 80 98 130 134 75 85 117 87 92 86 100 160 120 85 103 117 61 76 88 47 73 118 152 174 111 943 943 160 163 364 S10 185 185 300 336 954 165 931 903 131 161 111 140 181 231

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