The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 15, 1963 · Page 3
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May Be Runaway For Smooth Buffs By JIM VAN VALKENBUR6 Associated Press Sports Writer Colorado's smooth, poised club hasn't had a close game in reach- Ing the semester exam break unbeaten, and the Big Eight conference might have a runaway basketball race on its hands. Colorado whipped Kansas State 70-53 Monday night at Boulder, winning its fourth straight in the conference and disposing of the team given the best chance before the season to stop the Buffaloes in their bid for a second straight championship. A defeat at Boulder certainly doesn't put K-State out of the race, but K-State doesn't face Colorado at Manhattan until the final game of the season, March 9. Oklahoma State and Oklahoma, both with 2-0 records, are still in the picture; but Oklahoma doesn't appear to have championship talent, and Oklahoma State has three sophomores starting every game. Kansas, the Big Eight holiday tournament champion, finds itself in last place with a 0-3 record after losing to Missouri 62-56 Monday night at Columbia. The Jay hawkers appear to be out of the title picture. Ken Charlton, Colorado's lame knee senior, led the scoring against Kansas State with 24 points and the other Buffaloes jave him plenty of help. Milt Vfueller and Jim Davis hit 13 each and George Parsons added 17 from outside a K-State zone defense. The Wildcats led 30-29 at tialftime, then faded quickly. Gary Marriott had 19 and Willie Murrell 18 for K-State, but they had no scoring help. Colorado dominated .the rebounds 42-23 and hit 53 per cent from the field to K-State's 34. Tex Winter, K-State coach; sent his team to Boulder the day of the game instead of a day in ad vance on the theory the players don't feel the effects of the thin mountain air on the first day, But the Wildcats lost for the fourth straight year at Boulder and Colorado's tall, potent frontline was the controlling factor. In four league games, the Buffs have averaged 77.5 points and permitted just 56.5, an average victory margin of 21 points. Charlton reached a career total of 1,138 with the game, 13 more than the school career record sel by Burdette Hadorson in 1953-55. Missouri pressed Kansas almost all the way and stole the ball 16 times. Ray Bob Carey scored 23 for Mizzou. The Tigers successfully centered their defense around George Unseld and Nolen Ellison, who got 15 points each, and gave the other Kansas players corner shots they failed to cash. It was Missouri's first conference victory. Wilt's Nightclubs May Have To Go LOS ANGELES (AP) - President Maurice Podoloff of the National Basketball Association says he won't allow NBA players to have interests in bars or taverns, but at least one club official is balking. Podoloff, here to attend Wednesday night's NBA All-Star game, told the Basketball Writers Association luncheon Monday he is going to see to it that NBA players stay away from undesirable characters. "A man is known for the company he keeps," said Podoloff. "A bar is no place for an athlete." But someone pointed out later that Wilt Chamberlain, star of the San Francisco Warriors, owns a big share of a restaurant-nightclub-bar in New York. Marty Simmons, chairman of the board of the Warriors, verified Chamberlain's ownership, and said that "The Stilt" is only one of several NBA players who have interests in night clubs or bars. "What's wrong with that?" asked Simmons. "If every man in professional athletics were to be ruled out because he had an in vestment of some sort in an establishment selling liquor, there would be a lot of athletes barred "I heard of Mr. Podoloff's state ment, and it is one of the firs things I intend to take up when we start our annual meeting today. I do not wish to demean Mr Podoloff in any way, but I do no think the NBA can legislate play ers out of the league solely because of outside business connec tions." Podoloff had told the basketbal writers: "Pro basketball is as clean a: any sport can possibly be. "We don't have a staff of for mer FBI agents investigating our clubs. There is no reason for thai and it's too expensive." Podoloff said that if player were found to be operating bar they would not be allowed to con tinue in the NBA unless the; divested themselves of these in terests. Bowling Top Team Tumbles To B's The also - running Betty B's, Baldwin, chipped away at the Lee's Cafe lead in the Monday Night Ladies League at the Ot- ;awa Bowl, dumping the cafe »irls, 3-1, while second - place Elks Ladies gained with a 3-1 victory over Nitcher Floor Service, Maxine Ainsworth bowled the top series, 482, for Lee while E Strickland posted the top line, 177, for the Elks. Lee's record is 52-24, compared to 47-29 for the Elks. Hubbard Lumber, on top of the men's Brunswick League at the Ottawa Bowl, beat McCracken Electric, 2^-1^, last night, a R. Davis rolled the night's top series, 558, for the lumbermen. Second - place First National Bank dropped 3 to Todd's Mobile Homes. Hubbard has won 50% and lost 25%, compared to 44-32 for First National and 43-33 for Helen & Bill's Cafe which beat ICOF No. 24, 4-0, last night. Other team results and individual scores appear elsewhere in today's sports section. WEDNESDAY LEAGUES GAA Junior. Team w Twisters 17 Strikes & Spares 16 Bopin' Bowlers 13 Sleepers 13 Pin Boppers 12 Unpredictables 11 Splitters 11 Lane Duffers 11 Gutter Bugs 8 Pin Topplers 7 R&M Mldieti Deuces Wild 37 Side Swipers 36 Splinters 28 Sleepers 20 Scatterbrains 16 Timber Tumblers .. ..15 Booster (Men's) K of C No 1 7 Robertson Motor 6 K of C No. 3 S'/i Royal T 5 K of C No. 2 4 Hank's Sinclair 4 Colby's Furniture 4 Princeton 3 Mille's 1 Independents % Twilight (Men'i) Blenie's Garage 82H Sunrise Dairy 46 Ottawa Bus Service 43 Bob's Clothes 37 Bennett Creamery .. .. ...35Vi Western Auto 26 Ladle* Wright's Studio 5B Moore's Chevrolet £) People's National 46'/b Kansas State Bank .. .. . .38 Towner's 38 Seller Studio 37 First National 36>/2 Meadow Gold 34 Romstedt's Grocery 33 Petrex of Texas 31 Commercial (Men'i) Todd's Mobile Homes ., ..64V4 Kersley Cowboys 44 Texaco 42'/i Crites 41 Fredeen's Shoes 30 Blakesley Brakes 28 L 7 8 11 11 12 13 13 13 15 17 14 15 22 31 35 36 1 2 2 >/3 3 4 4 4 5 7 T/a 27'A 34 37 43 44% 54 21 30 33 1 /i 41 42 43 43</a 46 47 48 25% 36 37% 38 50 52 Giants Surge Top Sports Upset By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer The surge of the San Francisco Giants who were given up for dead in the National League race only to battle back and defeat the heavily-favored Los Angeles Dodgers for the flag was voted the sports upset of the year in 1962. The feat of the Giants, first to get into a playoff against the Dodgers when all appeared lost and then to win the playoff in the last inning of the third game when the cause again appeared to be irretrievable, was named the greatest upset by 58 of the 254 sports writers and sportscasters who participated in the annual As sociated Press poll. Another 62 voters picked the 10-7 stunner scored by the Miami of Ohio football team over Purdue of the Big Ten as the upset of the year. However, the Giants' charge appeared on more ballots and rolled up 226 points to 218 for the Miami victory. The playoff victory for Jack Nicklaus in the U.S. Golf Open over Arnold Palmer was voted into the third spot. It was Nicklaus' First tournament victory as a pro. Cincinnati's basketball victory over No. 1 ranked Ohio State in the NCAA championship took the fourth spot. The Buckeyes were favored despite a Cincinnati deci sion in the same tournament the year before but the Bearcats finally made believers out a everyone. In fifth spot was Detroit's 26-1 Thanksgiving Day decision over the previously unbeaten Green Bay Packers. It was the only game the Packers lost all year as they swept to a 13-1 season mark and took the National Foot ball League championship by beating the New York Giants 16-7 in the playoffs. Six Teams Still Unbeaten In Church League Program PHE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, January 15, 1963 The Boys Club, Sacred Heart and two First Methodist Church earns, the Green and White, have established themselves as the :eams to beat in the junior division race of Ottawa church league }asketball. Each has a 2-0 record after second-round victories last night. Two senior division teams, First Baptist and Boys Club are unbeaten after two games each. Top scorers in each division last night were Sam Weidner with 13 points for First Methodist Green, 25-8 victory over First Christian, in the junior division, and Stephens who scored 17 points for North Baptist in the senior group. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SOUTH Miss. State 81, Georgia Tech 69 Vanderbilt 79, Mississippi 72 Florida 69, Alabama 67 (ot) Wake Forest 82, Virginia 62 North Carolina 68, Maryland 56 Florida State 88, Georgia 54 Clemson 93, The Citadel 56 South Carolina 80, Furman 77 Southern Illinois 88, Western Ky. 79 MIDWEST Pittsburg State 88, Omaha 78 McPherson 80, Tabor 74 Tennessee State 83, Lincoln (Mo) 74 Washington of St. Louis 83. Wayne State 44 Illinois 78, Northwestern 76 Notre Dame 80, Butler 54 Minnesota 66, Michigan 63 Iowa 65, Wisconsin 56 Missouri 62, Kansas 56 Western Michigan 110, Detroit 67 SOUTHWEST Hardin Simmons 60, New Mexico State 57 FAR WEST Colorado 70, Kansas State 53 North Baptist still lost to First Baptist, 30-28. Here are the results and individual scoring: JUNIOR DIVISION Roy* Club, .111 Westminster Presbyterian, 13 Boys Club: Skip Bishop, 211; Eu. gene Mitchell, 021; Ralph Watson, 201; Ralph Ybarra, 400; Trinity Ybarra, 412; Lloyd Yohe, 100; Eddie Payne, 420. Totals 17 5 8. Westminster Presbyterian: Wally Hart, 100; Jim Honn, 313; Tom Johnson, 101; Dick Hall, 000; Stan Sheldon, 0 '0 0; Todd Queen, 100; Bob Rice, 000; Frank Honn, 000; Totals, 6 1 4. Calvary Baptist, 12 North Baptist, 7 Calvary Baptist: Robert Stephens, 2 1 2; Corky Wallon, 301; Billy Adams 010; Kenneth Chapman, 000; Tom Taylor, 000; Oscar Taylor. 001; Ron Castlebury, 001; Max Wadklns, 000; Clifford Sheler, 000. Totals, 525. North Baptist: Eddie Clark, 201; Kenneth Montgomery, 000; Dale Kerslcy, 101; Billy Kcclln, 004; Steve Crockett, 001; Terry Shoemaker. 000; Douglas Crocket, 000. Totals, 316. First Methodist (Greens), 25 First Christian, 8 First Methodist: Sam Weidner. 8 1 1; Jim Stark, 300; Richard Hughes, D 0 '0; Tom Dlcason, 000; Russel Daugharthy, 301; Lonnle Bones, 0 0 0. Totals, 12 1 2. First Christian: Don Stevens, 112; Phil Gibson, 101; Mark Holden, 0 0 0; Ronnie Doyen, 111; Roy Anderson, 001; Scotty Brink, 000. Totals, 325. First Methodist (Whltei), 10 Grace Episcopal, 5 First Methodist (Whites): Dennis Cook, 242; David Adamson, 001; Greg Reynolds, 001; Jim Cook, 0 0 0; David Bechtle, 001; Mike Brown, 100. Totals, 345. Grace Episcopal: Jon Indall, 100; Pat Wellington, 000; Tom Wellington, 004; Dana Bennett, 002; Tom Stc- phenson, 111; Ted Hoppe, 000; Steve Koster, 0 '0 0. Totals, 217. Snored Heart, 111 Wcsleyan Methodist, 7 Sacred Heart: Tim McClay, 0 0 0; Don Harkins, 322; Tim Brady, 110; Don Bellefeullle, 100; Mike McClay, 000; Steve Terry, 000; John Buzer, 000; Jerry Dtdde, 001; Dana Akcrs, 0 00. Totals, 533. Wesleyan Methodist: Jim Johnson, 0 0 3; Lyle Adcock, 002; Gary DePriest, 313; Harry Reeves, 000; J Brown, 000; Kenneth Gates, 000. Totals, 318. First Baptist, 13 Trinity Methodist, fl Trinity Methodist: Larry Lewis, 1 0 0; Richard Milton, 110; Steve Payne, 102; Ronnie Hughes, 001; Doug Durbln, 002; Roger Milton, 0 '0 0; Carl Johnson, 1 0 0. Totals, 416. First Baptist: Dan Mullen, 000; Harold Montgomery, 000; Dennis Gumm, 410; Ken Jennings, 001; Bruce Prentice, 1 '0 0; Stan Shlsler, 1 02; Steven Logan, 0 V) 0; Alan Loyd, 002. Totals 6 1 5. SENIOR DIVISION Boytf Club, 22 Faith Lutheran, 15 Boys Club: Jim Fox, 0 1 0; John Hoppe, 000; Roger Buck, 021; Ray Pope, 300; Doug Downey, 020; Roger Downey, 121. Totals, 472. Faith Lutheran: Butch Larios, 301; George Payne, 401; Norman Moore, 102; Tom Franks, 001; Robert Gray, 203; Jim Williams, 102. Totals, 11 '0 10. Sacred Heart, 2ft First Methodist, 19 Sacred Heart: Mike Stlne, 122; Mike Brady, 211; Jackie Sauer, 4 0 4; Pete Martin, 341; Jim Colby, 0 1 1; Bill Beliefullle, 000; John Reedy, 000. Totals, 10 8 9. First Methodist: Terry Wollen, 2 1 5; John Stark, 112; Alann Van Loenen, 213; Glenn Conus, 100; Rick Wood, 121; David Allen, 000; Danny Kllllon, 000; Roger Christian, 0 0 0; Dwight Dommanlsh, 001; Bill Hcgarty, 000; Rick Snider, 000; Bill Bond, 000. Totals, 7 5 12. Flrjt Christian, 1ft Trinity Methodist, ft First Christian: Williams, 300: Fogle, 1 1 0; Wheeler 111; Bowcn, 1 n 1; Greene, 121; Holden, 001. Totals, 744. Trinity Methodist: Jim Haworth, 0 0 1: Bob Nordyke, 0 '0 1; Jack Hay den. 112; Bob Raulston, 112; Rex Houston, 100. Totals, 326. First Baptist, 2H North Rnptlst, 2fl First Baptist: Davis, 3 0 3; Bowling, 232; Presley, 101; Alexander, 1 I 1; Gllroy, 111; Heth, 111; Gumm, 201. Totals 11 6 0. North Baptist: Milburn Oil; Hotal- Ing, 201; Hughes, 104; Pratt, 00 0; Stephens, 754; Coffman, 000; Heathman, 000; DePriest, '0 0 0. Totals, 10 6 10. ^^ <*T.**.2N7 < CrA, FR.V OEnuara The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Slept Late? Don't Worry . . . Cl ass ified DEADLINE A 4 A Same . M. Day 10A.M. SATURDAY WILL BUY WILL HIRE WILL SELL WHAT YOU DESIRE Phone CH 2-4700-Herald Want Ad CAR COATS SUBURBAN COATS SUR COATS 16.95 to 24.95 Coats Now 13 75 to 17 75 SUITS $67.50 "Kingsridge" Now $47.50 and $57.95 $49.50 "Mayfield" ...... Now $32.50 and $39.95 I Small Group Top Coots and Sport Coats V 2 PRICE 5 Corduroy Suits 29.50 and 32.50 1 2 PRICE 7.95 to 16.95 Men's Sweaters Now $6.35 to $13.55 3.95 to 15.95 Sport Shirts Now $3.15 to $12.75 2.95 and 3.39 I piece Winter Unionsuits Now $2.19 -- $2.49 4.25 to 5.95 Pleetway Pajamas (I group) $3.29 I Group Colored Dress SHIRTS 4.50 to 5.00.. Now $3.29 Cotton WORK GLOVES Golden Fleece. . 39c ca. 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Dischinger, completing his engineering studies at Purdue and playing when he can for the Zephyrs, is connecting on .525 per cent of his shots, a trifle better than league scoring leader Wilt Chamberlain of San Francisco. Chamberlain, scoring almost 40 per cent of the Warriors points, has 2,053, a 47.7 average and a .524 accuracy mark, according to league statistics released today. Weber Will Visit India MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)- A six-week tour of India is ahead for Dr. A. D. Weber, vice president of Kansas State University, and Dr. Vernon Larson, director of international agricultural affairs at the university. K-State and four other land- grant universities — DUnois, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee—have a contract with India, through the U. S. Agency for International Development, to aid in the agricultural program of that country. 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