The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 16, 1963 · Page 3
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Melvern In Finals; Overbrook Tumbles BUR LINGAME - Melvern's Panthers have zoomed into the Friday night finals in the Osage County League basketball tournament, beating Scranton, 6538, here last night. The Panthers' opponent will be the winner of tonight's Carbondale • Burlingame match. The tournament hosts, Burlingame's Bearcats, pulled the major surprise of the tournament last night by defeating Overbrook, 56-44. It was Overbrook's first loss of the season. In the losers' bracket last night Lyndon pounded out a 71-33 victory over Olivet. Jim Laccy scored 20 points for Melvern, as the Panthers rolled out front 31-22 in the first half and made it a rout with 34 points in the last two quarters. Scranton, which had beaten Lyndon in an opening tourney game, had the game's scoring star in Perry Oberle who hit 10 field goals and three free throws for 23 points. The Panthers reached last night's semi-final game on a 62-36 first-night win over Olivet. Burlingame, with Bob Masters ALLERGIC TO MOTHER - Allergy to his mother is believed to be trouble of Kevin Rae Gibbs, held by his mother, Mrs. Larry Gibbs, in their Moline, III., home. Child has had a rash since Gibbs brought him home from the hospital. The couple has six children. From left are Crystal, 3; Roxanne, 2, and Larry, 4. Charles, 11, and Carol, 9, were in school when picture was made Jan. 15. the master with a stunning 33- point scoring performance, put Overbrook down from the start, taking a 33-14 lead into the second half. It was the first game of the tournament for these two teams. Lyndon got 19 points from Roger Trendel to run up the big gest score so far in the tournament. The one spark in Olivet's downfall was the free throw'shoot- ing of Melvin Adams. He hit 11 from the free throw line to go with 2 field goals for 15 points. In tonight's games, Carbondale, which beat Quenemo, 41-30, Monday night, and Burlingame will play at 8:30 for the finals berths, and Quenemo meets Overbrook at 7 on the losers' side. Here are last night's box scores: MELVERN: 65 Cranwell, 6 3 1; Criss, 343; Geier, 2 1 1; Gibson, 002; Haworth, 2 2 1; Kramer, 120; Lacey, 763; Mochamer, 0 4 3; Patterson, 110. Totals 21 23 14. SCRANTON - 38: S. DeShazer, 220; Dunnaway, 0 11; Lau bach, 044; Oberle, 10 3 3; Weddle, 120. Totals 13 12 13. BURLINGAME: 56 Hogle, 11 2; Markley, 525; Masters, 153 4; Seastrom, 0 2 1; Workman, 2 2; Newman, 002. Totals, 23 1016. OVERBROOK: 44: Snell, 211; Supple, 424; Anderson, 4 3 2; Cooper, 313; Hepner, 3 0 2; Chase, 213. Totals, 18 8 15. LYNDON: 71: Bremer, 5 1 4; Lippert, 333; Newton, 6 0 3; Trendel, 753; Walquist, 204; Cowan, 012; Culbertson, 200; Knight, 300; Toffany, 1 0 1. Totals, 30 11 24. OLIVET 33: Adams, 2 11 3; Allison, 102; Combes, 294; Harsch, 014; Neill, 00 3; Weimer, 100. Totals 6 21' 6. WflliamsHurg Pours It On Gridley * GRIDLEY - The Williamsburg Panthers won their fifth victory of season in a non-League game last night, defeating the Gridley Yellowjackets, 75-49. Both teams played a close game at first with Williamsburg leading by one point, 29-28, at half time. In the third quarter, the Panthers overran the Yellow- jackets, 21-8, and moved further ahead with 25-13 in the final period. Panther Clifford Goodwill was high scorer with nine field goals and two free throws for 20 points. Fred Buckley scored 17 and Joe Binns 18 for the Panthers. Rex Crane was Gridley's high man with nine field goals and five free throws for 23 points. Panther Coach Louis Coppoc termed the game one of Williams' burg's best shows of defense and teamwork. The Panther's B team defeated the Gridley team, 43-25. Williamsburg will play at Rich mond Friday night. WILLIAMSBURG - 75: Goodwill, 922; Binns, 823; Fred Buckley, 81 4; Milliken, 602; Ransom, 203; Cromwell, 1 0 1; Mallory, 100; Malburg, 0 0 0; Stansbury, 000; Ted Buckley, 0 0 0. Totals, 35 5 16. GRIDLEY - 49: Crane, 9 5 3; Raff 321; McReynolds, 304; Wells, 322; Shoup, 100; Rossil- lion, 020, McCrea, 001; John son, 000; Teek, 000; Schif, 0 0 0. Totals 19 11 11. Score by quarters: Williamsburg 17122125 Gridley 14 14 813 "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvas Repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES S26 Ash CH 2-3243 Bowling Bank Team Rolls Short But High Peoples National Bank was minus one man last night, but it wasn't short on pins as four bowlers and an average produced a 2,769 series. This gave the bankers a 4-0 victory over Bennett Creamery in the Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl. Individual scores in the big series were 566 by R. Page; 547 by R. Davis; 590, with a 251 line, by A. Knoeppel, and 547 by R. Lichtenberger. Top scorers in the men's Royal T League at the Royal T were Heckman with a 567 series for Bundy's Insurance, 3-1 winner ov- ver Self - Service Shoes, and D. Cheney with a 231 line and 555 series for Ottawa Savings & Loan which beat Best Truck Line, 3-1. S. Simmons turned in the best performance among the women of the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, scoring a 200 b'ne and 495 series for Shinn & Haley which split 2-2 with Todd Insurance. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewn'ere In I ofay's sports section. Here are team results and individual scores in the Royal T League: ROTAL T Bnndy'i Insurance—il High 10-30 — Heckmsn, 902-5(7 Self-Service Shoes—1 High 10 — 8m ay, 1*3 High 30 — Lollar, 503 Al Beets—314 High 10 — C. Wolgast, 32« High 30 — A. Beets, 553 LI,*B Olleri—U High 10 — Finch, 193 High 30 — Spauldlng, 433 Trout's Jewelry—2 High 10 — W. Trout, 195 High 30 — 8. Smith, 625 Marac.lbo OH—2 High 10 — O. Ogle, 208 High M — C. Jackson, 537 Henilek Grocery—I High 10 — L. Henslek, 17( High 30 — D. Motelet, 4(6 Foremost—0 High 10-30 — C. Frills, 174-461 Ottawa Saving! * Loan—3 High 10-30 — D. Cheney, 231-555 Best Track Line—1 High 10-30 — Lister, 178-481 ROYAL T MAKEUP Al Beets—3 High 10-30 — C. Wolgsst, 205-519 Sdf-SiTYlce Shoei—1 High 10 — Smay, 170 High 30 — Simmons 473 Ottawa Savings * Loan—4 High 10 — Byrd, 202 High 30 — Orabham, 531 Hcnstck's Grocery—0 High 10.30 — Colby, 185-45* Mnracalbo Oil—3 High 1'0-30 — Jackson, 197-531 Best Truck Line—1 High 10 — Cooper, 153 High 30 — Oarcia, Lister, 393 SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Lefty Billy Pierce, who found a pitch- ng fountain of youth at Candlestick Park in 1962, agreed to 1983 contract terms today with the San •Vancisco Giants. Pierce, 35, came to the Giants rom the Chicago White Sox last winter and rolled up a 16-6 record. Jut he was 12-0 at Candlestick and added a 13th victory in the iVorld Series against the New York Yankees. Pierce will receive an estimated $35,000. College Coach In Pro Job HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) Tom Pratt, line coach at Southern Mississippi the past two years, said today he was resigning effective Feb. 1 to become defense line coach for the Dallas Texans of the American Football League. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Pierce Signs For $35,000 The Herald pays $5 every week For the best news tip turned in yy a reader. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 16, 1961 Bigger Kitty For Golfers NEW ORLEANS (AP) prize money of the New Orleans Open Golf Tournament, to be played March 1-4, was increased Tuesday night to $40,000 front ^ $30,000. Friend Signs PITTSBURGH (AP) -—. Bob Friend, the workhorse of the Pittsburgh Pirates pitching staff, signed his 1963 contract today. The 32-year-old right-hander hurled 262 innings last year and posted an 18-14 record, the top mark for the Pirates. 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