The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 16, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1963 GOOD SHOW — Tom Kinder, left, and Duanc Bissitt, put on good performances for the Ottawa University Braves in their win over the Baker University Wildcats last night. Kinder was high with 26 points and Bissitt hit 17 for 17 at the free throw line. (Herald Photos) Braves Beat Baker As Bissitt Sparkles The Ottawa University Braves took the Baker University Wildcats, 85 to 68, in a Kansas Conference basketball game in Wi 1 son Field House here last night, and one Braves, Duane Bissitt, turned in a remarkable performance at the free throw line. Bissitt hit 17 free throws in 17 attempts. High scoring man for the Braves was Tom Kinder, with 11 field goals and 4 free throws, for a total of 26 points. High for Baker was Babe Hawk, with 7 field goals and 8 free throws for a total of 22. Baker was cold at the start, failing to score during the first four minutes of the game, despite a number of opportunities. Babe Hawk finally connected for a free Wellsvffle Beaten By Paola PAOLA - The Wellsville Eagles went down before Paola, 67-39, in a non-league game at Paola last night. The Paola team lead the Eagles in all four quarters hut met with tough opposition in the final period. Wellsville's play was called a good team effort by Coach Al Williams who pointed out that a number of his top scorers and players are temporarily off the team. Bill Coughlin was Wellsville's high scorer with four field goals and five free throws 13 points, Messer was top scorer for Paola %ith seven field goals and four free throws for 18. In B team play Paola won, 4325. Wellsville will meet Springhill Friday at Wellsville. PAOLA — 67: Messer, 744; Evans, 501; Miller, 301; Leach, 415; Job, 222; Alagna, 201; Hestes, 122; Reese, 122; Oil- lard, 124; Haeffele, 10 0. Totals, 27 12 23. WELLSVILLE - 39: Coughlin, 455; Swearingen, 254; Rader, 131; Kohler, 114; Burrell, 1 2 2; Schmoe, 110; Bellinger, 0 1 0; Peckham, 010. Totals, 10 19 16. Score by quarters: Paola 11 17 1821 Wellsville 6 8 7 18 Lane Pulls One Out Of Fire RICHMOND - The Lane Lions claimed a close 54-53 victory over the Richmond Cubs in a Franklin County League game at Richmond last night. The Cubs started with a 16-13 lead in the first quarter and continued to get hotter with a 21-10 lead in the second period. The Lions forged two points over the Cubs in third and cinched the game in the final quarter by one point, scoring 20 points to Richmond's 7. Lane's Mike Kuder was top scorer with eight field goals and 17 points. Ronnie Pedrow was the high scoring Cub with seven free throws. In B team action Lane beat the Cubs, 46-24. Richmond will host Williamsburg Friday night. Here's the Lane-Richmond varsity scoring: LANE — 54: Kuder, 8 1 1; Stevens, 333; Wylie, 539; Baxter. 3 1 4; Brown, 242. Totals 21 12 14. RICHMOND - 53: Pedrow, 7 0 5; Maley, 434; Sobba, 4 3 2; Roeckers, 430; Kueser, 125; Gracey, 103. Totals, 21 11 19. Score by quarters: Lane 13 10 1120 Richmond 16 21 97 throw, but Ottawa had scored 7 points while Baker went scoreless. Baker trailed all the way, but made a strong bid in the second half. Halftime score was Ottawa 49, Baker 30. Seconds after the opening of the second half, Tom Kinder scored for Ottawa, giving the Braves a 21-point lead, 51-30, widest lead the Braves enjoyed during the game. In the next 15 minutes of play Baker chalked up 33 points while the Braves were making 20. Scoring the 33 points for Baker were Babe Hawk with 10, Mike Sears 7, Jim Hutton 6, Bill Foley 4, and Dave Sears, Rick Brown and Claude Johnson 2 each. This was Baker's greatest effort, and in the final five minutes of play Ottawa hit 14 points while the Wildcats were getting 5. Tom Watson, Dean Erwin and Tom Kinder were particularly effective from the field. Erwin and Watson hit well on long shots, and Kinder used his jump-turn shot to good advantage. Baker employed a pressing defense that was particularly aggressive during the second half. Bissitt's performance at the free throw line was a big factor in the Ottawa victory. The win gives Ottawa a Kansas Conference standing of 4-5, and Baker 5-4. The Braves have a 10-day breather, their next game being with the Bethany College Swedes at Lindsborg on Friday, Jan. 25. This will be followed by a game with the Kansas Wesleyan University Coyotes at Salina on Monday, Jan. 28, and the next home game for the Braves will be Friday, Feb. 1 when they will be hosts to the Bethel College Threshers of Newton. The box score: Baker (68) Fg Ft F Getting carried Away by your INCOME TAX For a real, down-to- earth solution to those complicated forms, why not bring them to us? Fast, accurate service guaranteed, at a cost so low it's sometimes more than paid for by the money we save you. See us today! AND UP WAIAMTH >..!• pnparatiM t> mry lax rctwi. If » makt an> VM l»v amity tr UtM-Mt w. will o«v MM inultv 2U1V2S. Main 346 Offices Across the United States Week Days and Sat. 9 A.M.-6 P.M. — CH to Appointment Necessary • Hedrick , 0 1 3 Foley 6 3 0 Johnson 1 0 1 Hutton 4 4 1 Hawk 785 Burnes 0 0 2 Brown 1 0 3 D. Sears .. .. 2 3 5 M. Sears 2 3 5 23 22 25 Tf Ft F 4 0 Ottawa (85) Kinder 11 Krebbs 0 Watson 7 5 Erwin 6 1 Hnrshaw 2 1 Bissistt 1 17 Carter 1 1 28 29 25 Score at half: Ottawa 49, Baker 30. OHS Defense Chills Olathe By CONRAD DOWNING A torrid defense plus some solid shooting from H. K. Stevens' band of Cyclones ripped the Olathe Eagles last night on their home court, 55-40, in the second round of East Kansas League play. Olathe and Ottawa were 1-0 in the league going into the game with the winner, in this case the Cyclones, now tied with Argentine for the league lead at 2-0. Stevens expressed satisfaction with his team's defensive showing. "That first half was the result of a good defense. You have to do a good job to hold a team to 11 points, and they got half of their total score (20) in the last period." Stevens was referring to the 30-11 halftime score which gave the Red a 19-point intermission advantage. "They only scored 3 goals in the first half and 11 'points. It was a real good team effort," said Stevens. The Cyclones ripped the nets for 20 field goals in 46 attempts, while the Eagles hit 15 of 58 shots. Although the Olathans only hit 25 per cent, the Cyclones connected for a 43 per cent effort to provide the margin for victory. Ottawa jumped to a 10-2 lead on the strength of Jim Lewis' 4 points and baskets by Roy Dunn, Harry Morton and Ronnie Mendell. By the end of the first period, every Ottawa starter had broken into the scoring column as Eddie Davidson punched through a charity toss to up the lead to 15-4. Harry Morton used his swing shot jumper to bucket a pair of goals, and Ronnie Mendell pumped up a 2-pointer for the Red during the second quarter Cyclone drive, but Olathe stalled from the field as only Bob Goodwin could connect. Dunn tossed in a goal to helpp the Red move to a whopping 30-11 halftime margin. Third period handiwork by Roy High School Basketball Tournaments Midcontinent at Phillipsburg Phillipsburg 70, Wakeeney 56 Ellis 58, Palco 43 Plainville 62, Stockton 41 Jefferson County Valley Falls 80, Oskaloosa 61 McLouth 59, Winchester 42 Washington County Morrowville 57, Haddam 43 Barnes 64, Hollenberg 48 High Plains at Lakin Syracuse 48, Lakin 33 Elkhart 44, Stana 41 Osage County League at Burlingame (First round) Burlingame 56, Overbrook 44 (semi-finals) Melvern 65, Scranton 38 (consolation) Lyndon 71, Olivet 33 Mineral Belt at McCune (first round) St. Paul 40, Wayside 31 Chetopa 47, McCune 45 East Central League at Auburn (first round) Paxico 62, Dover 45 Le Compton 64, Harveyville 55 Sedgwick County at Sedgwick (first round) Selgwick 43, Mount Hope 35 Cheney 66, Garden Plain 40 CNC League at Southeast of Cherokee (First round) Baxter Springs 53, Riverton 46 Galena 53, Erie 38 Arma 53, College high of Pittsburg 51, Southeast 67, Frontenac 38 Girard 48, Arma 45 Other Games Class AA Ottawa 55, Olathe 40 Hayden 69, Seaman 56 Concordia 57, Wellington 27 Shawnee Mission North 35, Shawnee Mission East 25 McPherson 80, Tabor 74 Class A Lansing 63, West Platte, Mo. 40 Haven 69, Halstead 54 Hiawatha 63, Oanaga 42 Garnett 52, Burlington 46 Colby 54, Oakley 32 Larned 53, Kinsley 30 Lyons 55, Staford 40 St. John 63, Lindsborg 54 Goodland 48, St. Francis 46 Sterling 39, Nickerson 37 Haven 69, Halstead 54 Washington 52, Shawnee Mission West 50 Fredonia 70, Eureka 55 Concordia 57, Wellington 27 Effingham 51, Powhattan 42 Osawatomie 63, De Soto 59 Hoxie 51, Norton 50 Humboldt 69, Cherryvale 42 A tremendous third period scor- ng surge by Lawrence's Flora led he Central Junior High quintet o a 63-28 non-conference victory r esterday afternoon at Lawrence. Ottawa's 7th ad 8th grader quad stumbled down the stretch and fell to a 35-31 score in the other game of the twinbill but put the pressure on the Centrab'tes with aggressive play. Coach Harvey Drake's frosh stayed ahead of the powerful Cen- tals as his boys bombed the bas- cet for 9 points for a 9-5 lead in the first. Scott Killough led the outbreak with his southpaw slants 'or 3 points, with Ron Lloyd, Dale Spears and Dale Dietrich connecting for goals. Taylor of Lawrence led the tome team back with 8 points in the second and a 24-18 halftime margin. Ottawa could only muster a pair of 2 pointers in the frame. The last half went to Lawrence as it turned on all the burners to complete the rout, 63-28. Scott Killough was top Ottawa gun with ) points; Dale Spears 7; Dale Dietrich 4; Morris Bennett 3; Ron Lloyd 3; Harvey Nicholson 2, and Jamie Shader 1. Small but mighty might be an applicable term to give the 7th and 8th grade hustlers as Dean 3arr connected for 5 first quar- :er points to scare the little Lawrence crew with a 7-6 first frame Track Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis 6 OTTAWA BOWL 418y 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT KOFO—1 1st H. Carey 126 H. Conrad 135 B. Wclborn 135 LlchtenUerger .... 160 F. White 162 Hug lea—0 M. McDaniel 107 B. Wilson 118 L. Casteel 131 C. Keller 125 M. Hopkins 126 Arnold's Jewelry—1 H. Llegerot 139 M. Cayot 114 V. Ferguson 146 M. Moore 143 V. Foster 114 VFW Aux. 3IMI1—it I. Honn 148 M. Hull 121 D. McFadden 146 L. Wise 148 W. Sowers 145 Shlnn & Unify—3 P. Juckson 125 R. Kaub 110 B. Denniston 135 B. Adams 130 8. Simmons 132 Toddj Ini. Afency—2 L, Bennett 128 B. Flory 166 E. Kelm 128 L. Campbell 126 H. Wenthe 120 LADIES 2nd 3rd 171 149 167 126 167 126 118 135 138 HU 109 129 109 109 117 116 141 100 108 115 165 124 103 110 135 137 143 146 145 144 98 146 134 153 108 141 128 140 148 140 143 122 134 112 101 100 124 127 163 200 83 95 117 118 144 125 163 150 119 145 Ttl. 448 428 428 413 446 345 337 364 366 349 428 327 418 432 403 39U 403 396 417 433 380 350 336 381 485 317 381 387 438 384 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE I Ottawa Time*—3 L. Moore L. Chambers .. B. Seymour .. B. Whltacre . B. Rlnehart .. Nltcher Floor Serv.—I G. Lancaster .. O. Morrison • • G. Davla G. Nltcher .. . B. Figgins .. . 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl 148 138 164 450 124 197 162 493 153 141 192 486 133 128 141 402 151 152 180 483 125 131 135 391 139 148 112 379 127 141 175 443 163 138 135 438 163 142 141 446 Wilson Cleaners—3 W. Fllnn 165 174 150 489 T. Parkin 140 128 144 413 L. Beller 121 111 150 382 G, Bltts 142 160 134 436 Presto Food Products—I J. Clark 168 144 188 500 J. Willhlte 144 148 131 423 R. Cannady 98 151 107 356 D. Lehman 121 146 124 391 M. Ball 151 174 181 606 Peoples Natl. Bank—4 R. Page 182 R. Davis 223 A. Knoeppel 163 Lichtenberger 154 Bennett Cry. Co.—0 L. Kramer 147 A. Dodd 191 J. Kramer 123 D. Dodd 120 H. Kramer 194 188 195 566 165 159 547 176 251 58'0 233 170 547 187 151 485 160 168 619 160 162 445 168 123 411 193 168 555 Juniors Drop Two To Central lead that finally melted into a 35-31 loss for the Whirlwinds. Ottawa ripped ahead behind Barr for a 7-6 margin in the opener but melted under a terrific 19-point barage by Lawrence as the Centrals banged back to take a 25-13 intermission lead. Coach Don Kornhaus must have chosen his words well as his spunky shorties came back after the half and "defensed" the Lawrence five to a 1-point score while the combination of Barr, 4 points, Dennis Wieneke and Dan Seymour, 2 points each, held up to creep close at 26-23 toward the end of the period. Allen Buck and Madison Stein helped with a few free throw each, and the complexion of the contest took a turn for the visitors. It was still a game of catchup for the Whirlwinds as Wieneke sighted in for a pair of goals, but Jackson of Lawrence matched his effort with 4 frees to keep the home team ahead to the end and a 35-31 victory. Dennis Wieneke topped scorers for Ottawa with 12 counters; Dean Barr had 9; Madison Stein, 4; Allen Buck 3; Dan Seymour 3. Jackson was high with 12 while Benson hit 11. Score by Quarters (Freshman) Ottawa .. . 9 182228 Lawrence 5244163 Score by Quarters (7th & 8th) Ottawa .. 7 13 23 31 Lawrence 6252635 Dunn with a 1-point helper from Eddie Davidson rocketed the visitors to a 36-14 lead early in the quarter. Morton and Davidson pitched in a 3-point play to provide the Cyclones with enough margin to lead 39-20 going into the final stages of the bout. Coach Ste,vens cleared his bench midway in the final period as Rick Winchester came through with a basket to edge Ottawa up to a 47-26 margin. A pair of frees by Roy Dunn and a goal by Morton pushed the count up to 51-26 before Olathe could manage to strike up a last ditch rally. Ben Park and Roger Ferguson accounted for the final two points for the Cyclones, but spurts by Al Robinson, Bob Knop and Joe Dioseghy made the score look more respectable at 55-40 at the final buzzer. Stevens had kind words for his starters and reserves as the top five measured up to his requirements. "Jim Lewis, Morton and Dunn did a good job. They (Olathe) weren't hitting but we 'de- fensed' them well. Mendell was still weak, but wasn't he a competitor," glowed Ottawa's top manager over the last 10 years. Ronnie Mendell continued his red-hot shooting as he hit 6 of 9 shots for 13 points, but it was rangy Harry Morton who took top scoring honors in the balanced attack with 6 of 12 attempts for 14 counters. Roy .Dunn looked better with a 5 of 11 field goal performance for 13 tallies. Jim Lewis scored 6 points; Roger Ferguson 2, and Ben Park 2. Cliff Cartwright hit 10 points for the losers, while Bob Goodwin scored 9 counters to pace the Olathe Eagles. the Birds bombed the nest for 9 of 24 shots. Olathe didn't manage a fielder in the second half, going 0 for 23, but sank 7 free throws to account for the score. Ottawa hit 4 of 21 attempts from the field but could only manage 4 frees to lose 23-22. Terry Davis led the JV scoring with 8 counters while Earle Doman cleared the boards for 8 caroms in the rough and tumble contest. Ottawa (55) Fr Ft. F Morton 0 2 3 Mendell 612 Dunn 6 33 Lewis 144 Davidson 031 Ferguson 100 The Junior Varsity lost a squeaker to the Eagle "B" team, 23-22, in one of the coldest exhi bitions of fire power presented by the Cyclone JV since the beginning of the season. Ottawa trailed 10-4 in the first and still was behind at the half. 14-10. 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