The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 17, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Jan. 17, 1963 ame Joins Melvern In Finals BURLINGAME - Burlingame High whipped Carbondale High. 53 to 33, last night in the semifinal game of the championship bracket in the Osage County Class B Basketball Tournament and will go against Melvern High tomorrow night at 8:3.0 for the tournament title. In a consolation bracket game last night Overbrook High beat Quenemo High, 77 to 49, and will meet Lyndon High tonight in, a game to decide 5th place winner. Carbondale High, loser to Burlingame High last night, will meet Scranton High tomorrow night at 7 to decide the 3rd place winner of the tournament. Opening tournament play this evening at 7, Quenemo High will meet Olivet High in a game to determine the 7th place winner Bob Masters of Burlingame was top scorer in the Burlingame-Carbondale semi-final tilt last night, hitting for 23 points. Carbondale played consistently for the first three quarters, trail ing by only 6 points, 31-37, at the end of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, however, Carbondale managed only 2 points, while Burlingame was scoring 16. Steve Kitchen was high point man for Carbondale, hitting 12 points. Overbrook, in winning its consolation bracket game against Quenemo, also had a big final quarter, scoring 25 points while Bowling Roundup Homer ShouldVe Been In All-Star Homer Kramer was up to his old tricks again last night, outdoing other Ottawa bowlers with a 226-194-193-€13, a score that would have beaten most of the boys rolling yesterday in the All-Star Tournament at Kansas City. Kramer hit the 613 for Todd's Mobile Homes which split 2-2 with Texaco in the Commercial League at the Ottawa Bowl. J. Moody scored a 598 series with a 236 line for Bennett Creamery No. 2, but the creamerymen were beaten, 3-1 by Bienie's Garage in the Twilight League at the Ottawa Bowl. Moore's Chevrolet gained one point in first-place Wright's Studio in the Wednesday Night Ladies League at the Royal T. Glena Lee Whitacre led Moore's to a 4-point sweep over Rom- stedt's Grocery with a 504 series including a 191 line. At the same time, Wright's, with Arlene DeCaeny scoring a 197 line and Sue Wolgast a 491 series, beat Peoples National Bank, 3-1. Ruth Mock rolled a 500 series for Towner's which split 2-2 with Kansas State Bank. The Moore's girls beat their team average every line to post a 2,375-pin series. Cecil Wolgast bowled the best series, 539, in the Booster League at the Royal T, but his Royal T team lost, 3-1, to Princeton. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T leagues: BOOSTER LEAGUE Robert so Motors—I High 10 — Michel, 187 High 30 — Dryden, 444 Bank's Sinclair—0 High 10-30 — Lefler, 167-441 Colby's Furniture—3 High 10 — Peffly, 186 High 30 — Ogle. 531 K. of C. No. 3 — 3 High 10-30 — Wassmer, 210-524 K. of C. No. 3—3 High 10-30, Korkames, 185-505 K. of C. Nil. 1—1 High 10-30 — Karlsktnt, 185-482 Royal T Lanes—1 High 10-30 — Wolgast, 187-51J Princeton—3 High 10-30 — Stockard, 307-537 Kitty Clover—4 High 10-30 — Bell, 188-513 Mille's—0 High 10-30 — Bills, 187-500 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Heller's Studio— 3 High 10-30 — Seller, 151-437 Fetrez of Texas—] High 10-30 — Lollar, 178-442 Towncrs—S High 10-30 — Mock, 183-500 Kansas State Bank— Z High 10-30 — Llegerot, 161-444 Homstedt's—0 High 10-30 — Dengel, 160-378 Moore's Chevrolet—I High 10-30 — Whitacre, 191-504 Wright's Studio—a High 10 — DeCaery, 187 High 30 — Wolgast, 491 People*'! National Bank—1 High 10-30 — Carlson, 162-453 Meadow Gold—4 High 10 — Letter, 185 High 30 — Smith, 413 First National Bank—0 High 10 — Servatius, 163 High 30 — Frltls, 410 I ^fl^t m^p SELF SERVICE J O K BARGAIN STORE ^^^^ ™ ^^ Open Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri. 132 S. Main 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CH 2-4187 Open Wed, and Sat. 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. We Discount the Discount Store Nurse's SHOES 3.99 Slip-On Oxford Canvas Work Gloves Reg. 29c 2 Shop OK for the UNUSUAL 44 Quart Waste Baskets 99' Plastic — Rustproof Special Purchase Ever-Ready Flashlight BATTERIES 2«« 25' Several Sizes CLEARANCE Men's Dress Zipper OVERSHOE 2.98 12 Quart PLASTIC BUCKET 39' A Most Interesting Store Men's RUBBER INSULATED BOOTS 5.88 Men's SUEDE LEATHER CAPS Reg. $1.44 1.00 Quenemo was managing 16 in that frame. Orlando Snell topped the scoring for Overbrook with 16 points and Ben Lewis was high for Quenemo with 11. The box scores: OVERBROOK (77) — Snell 7 2 2; Supple 6 a 3; Anderson 4 2 0; Cooper 6 2 2; Hepner 541; Martin 201; Garst 010; Chase 1 0 5.; Skaggs 001; Wells 0 2 0. Totals 31 15 15. QUENEMO (49) - Hoover 5 0 1; Lewis 435; Gragg 313; Perry 0 0 2; Chasten 001; Niehoff 2 6 2; Bryan 100; Gopedge 0 0 1; Hull 0 0 1; Pinkston 413. Totals 19 11 19. BURLINGAME (53) - Hogle 0 3 4; Markley 514; Masters 8 7 3; Seastrom 123; Workman 0 5 2; Newman 310. Totals 17 19 16. CARBONDALE (33) - Remington 022; Grindal 2 2 3; Kitchen 443; Starkenaum 405; Siegrist 210. Totals 12 9 13. College Basketball EAST Holy Cross 76, Amherst 59 New Hampshire 77, Colby 70 Seton Hall 93, Fairfield 91 Harvard 59, Dartmouth 55 ' SOUTH Evansville 70, Ky. Wesleyan 67 Georgetown, B.C. 83, Navy 71 Morehead 87, W. Kentucky 71 W. Virginia 89, Penn State 73 N. Carolina 67, N.C. St. 65 (ot) Furman 66, Va. Tech 61 Davidson 66, Wofford 56 MIDWEST DePaul 83, Notre Dame 69 Butler 77, Ball State 60 Oklahoma City 75, Hardin Simmons 59 Indiana State 93, DePauw 65 Wittenberg 48, Dayton 45 Louisville 75, Xavier, Ohio 66 SOUTHWEST Arkansas State 71, Christian Brothers 49 FAR WEST Denver 90, Colorado St. Coll. 85 Oregon Tech 96, Southern Oregon 92 "Easy Win" For East All-Stars LOS ANGELES (AP)-The East congratulated itself with "utmost justification today on its 115-108 victory over the West in the National Basketball Association's annual All-Star game. Many called it an upset. But, the way things turned out, this was no- upset. Someone just picked the wrong favorite. And it irritated the East something awful. What happened was that Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell and a host of less renowned pros of the East simply ran, passed and scored the pantaloons off the West. "I never had an easier game," said the East's coach. Red Auerbach. Robertson went on to lead the East in scoring with 21 points. Russell, who had 19, bottled up the West attack and won the Most-Valuable-Player award for the evening. The shining light for the West was Bob Pettit, with a game high of 25 points. This was the veteran St. Louis Hawk's 10th Al-Star game. Robin Wins Comeback Honors By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer Robin Roberts, who hit the end of the trail with the Philadelphia Phillies and then was dropped.be- fore he threw a pitch for the New York Yankees, was named today as the athlete who made the greatest comeback of the year 1962. Roberts, who found new life with the Baltimore Orioles and wound up second in earned run averages in the American League, edged another baseball veteran who sprang back from a bleak campaign, Stan Musial, in the annual Associated Press poll. The Oklahoma football team, bouncing back to an Orange Bowl berth, took third spot. The San Francisco Giants, given up for dead before they battled back to win the National League pennant from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the last inning of the last playoff game, were voted fourth. Gets Squirrel With Tee Shot DALLAS (AP) — Some golfers score birdies and eagles. Clarence Kloppe St. added something new as he sliced a tee shot at Lakewood Country Club. The ball disappeared into a tree. As Lloppe and his companions started in that, direction, down tumbled a squirrel—victim of a bean ball. Low Scoring In All-Star Pin Tourney » KANSAS CITY (AP)-The setting was spectacular, but scoring was listless as the curtain went up on the 22nd annual All-Star Bowling Tournament Wednesday. The $100,000 classic opened with a two-game exhibition to give the field of 288 men and 144 women a chance to warm up. Best score of the day was 471 series by Dick Thompson, of Girard, Ohio. Thompson, 25, is competing in his first All-Star. Pro Dick Hoover of St. Louis had the second highest total—469. His second game, 278, was the best of the day. Dick Weber of St. Louis, the defending champion, turned in 403. Don Carter of St. Louis, four-time champion and the perennial favorite, mustered only 389. Alice Jones, Great Falls, Mont., led the women's field with 418. Shirley Garms of Chicago, the defending champion, rolled a dismal 362. Marion Ladewig of Grand Rapids, Mich., who has won seven All-Star titles, shot 393. First qualifying squad is scheduled for 8 a.m. today. The men roll four games a day for five days. After 20 games, the field is cut to 96. Sues Athletes For Roughness LOS ANGELES (AP)-A woman disc jockey has filed a $35,000 assault and battery suit against pitcher Norman Bass of the Kansas City Athletics and halfback Robert Reed of the Minnesota Vikings. Ann Carter, 28, of KTYM-FM in Los Angeles, said in a Superior Court action Wednsday that the two athletes roughed her up at a party. She said she suffered bruises and other injuries. Turner Stern Test For EKL A crucial test of Coach H. K. Stevens' league-leading Cyclones, who sit atop a shaky perch with the Argentine Mustangs, will come this Friday night as the unpredictable Turner Bears challenge the Big Red in the Ottawa junior high gymnasium in an East Kansas League tilt. Ottawa and Argentine rest at the top of the conference with a perfect record, 2-0, in league play, while Turner has dropped both of its league bouts. The Cyclones edged the Bears, 49-46, in a fine ball game during the EKL tournament as the Golden Bears played Ottawa for the title. Coach Stevens expressed a note of worry as he studied the past records of the EKL and had plenty to say about the Bears. "We only beat them in the tournament by 3 points so they'll be plenty tough tomorrow night. If we play the brand of ball we're capable of playing we'll be all right. Otherwise, we may have trouble." In their last meeting, the Bears got excellent mileage from two speedy guards, George Miller and Joe Mendez, who scored one and two in the bout with 17 and 13 points respectively. Both men, although lacking in size, make up for their disadvantages by hustle and accurate shooting. Don Pankey, top scorer for the club with a 13.0 average, and Don Webb combine to give the Bears good potential on the boards, but Pankey is the only member to rank in the double figures in scoring. Jim LaPoint or Earl Burke probably will see starting action, although 6-4 Jim Tinsely could rate higher than in the last meeting. Mendez is averaging 9.8 a game, Miller 9.2 and Webb 10.5 to form the top averages on the team. Several Ottawans turned in sterling performances during the Reds' last outing against the Olathe Eagles Tuesday. Jim Lewis had a good night on defense and was sharp from the free throw line with a 4-4 effort. Steady jobs from Harry Morton, EAST KANSAS LEAGUE LEADING SCORERS Player School Games Pts. Avg. 1. Clayton McGee — Bonner Springs 7 136 19.4 2. Harry Morton — Ottawa 10 172 17.2 3. Ronnie Mendell - Ottawa 7 108 15.1 4. Wayne McDonald — Bonner Springs .7 101 14.4 S.Richard Mabion —. Argentine 7 95 13.7 6. Roy Dunn — Ottawa ..10 137 13.7 7. Don Pankey — Turner 7 91 13.0 8. Drue Jennings — Argentine 7 83 11.8 9. Phil LaHue — Rosedale 8 98 12.2 10. Don Webb — Turner 7 74 10.5 Roy Dunn and Ronnie Mendel! continued to be a bright spot in the Ottawa lineup. Eddie Davidson, not having a good night last Tuesday, was a sparkplug with good dribbling and driving tactics to work himself into a free throw situation. Morton is the top rebounder for the Cyclones with a 14-grab total per game. Roy Dunn lends a top hand to his teammate as he is clipping along with 8 caroms per bout. The starters for Ottawa probably will be the same five that Stevens has considered his top quintet: Morton, Dunn, Mendell, Lewis arid Davidson. Game time is 8 for the varsity and 6:30 for the JV game. EKL Standings W L W L All. .EKL Ottawa .....7-3 2-0 Argentine .. .. .. .....4-3 2-0 Rosedale ....3-5 1-1 Olathe .. .. .. .. ......3-5 1-1 Turner .. .. .. 3-4 0-2 Bonner Springs .. .. ...3-4 0-2 Game Results: Friday Argentine 54, Bonner 45; Rosedale 57, Turner 55. Tuesday: Ottawa 55, Olathe 40. Games this week: Turner at Ottawa; Bonner Springs at Olathe; Argentine at Rosedale. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 WHAT QUALITY! WHAT BEAUTY! WHAT A PRICE! WHAT A SAVING! 1963 GAS TWILIGHT Ottawa BUJ Service—3 1st Smay 147 Simmons 187 Disque 165 G. Alnsworth 162 Figglns 131 Sunrise Dairy—1 J. Smith 184 Q. Poster 134 A. Miller 133 M. Plerson 193 8. Devore 135 Blenle's Garage * Body V. Bien 227 G. Bowman 152 D. Wieneke 159 D. Killion 158 L. Bien 155 Bennett Creamery No. 2- M. Miller .. 139 D. Stoneklng 07 J. Moody .. .: 187 T. Heckman 131 D. Hall 158 Western Auto—J I. McFadden 129 J. Swinehart 127 H. Moody 129 G. McFadden 103 H. Linn em an 141 Bob's Clothes—t M. Kodgers 158 G. Honn 126 G. Powell 109 W. .Mack .. 158 H. Conrad 134 2nd 3rd Ttl. 145 128 420 137 142 466 134 163 462 147 140 448 181 158 481 171 165 520 148 114 396 149 109 389 160 136 419 138 145 418 Shop—3 201 127 555 187 157 496 177 151 487 186 128 472 186 181 522 !—1 104 139 382 129 135 361 175 236 588 108 96 335 172 156 486 166 154 449 149 126 402 135 134 398 120 152 375 ItfO 125 426 135 148 439 126 140 392 173 152 434 135 159 452 165 140 439 COMMERCIAL Kersley Cowboys—3 1st 2nd R. Lewis 213 147 Strickland 155 142 Toumberlin 130 188 Ferguson 130 188 Blakesley Cities Serv.—1 E. Honn 133 145 Cromwell 126 114 F. Blakesley 148 131 Abbott 127 187 Dillon 178 150 Todd Mobile Homes—2 H. Kramer 226 104 J. Kramer .. ...... 170 122 R. Shofner .. ...... 155 131 J. Doty 170 136 B. Wenthe 188 173 Texaco— Z G. Page 184 172 F. Simmons 148 206 B. Duffield 132 168 A. Knoeppel 153 104 G. DUnkin .. ....... 140 Crites—3 F. Wise 147 B. Wiedner 135 W. Hazen 119 140 O. Morrison 119 140 R. Crites 157 150 Fredeen's—1 P. Fredeen 103 155 L. Brady 130 108 E. Elder 104 109 B. Parks 179 125 A. Conus .. 179 140 3rd Ttl. 136 406 150 447 135 463 150 460 136 414 108 348 158 438 138 452 161 487 103 611 187 470 123 400 164 470 100 551 187 553 157 512 145 446 178 525 189 154 483 152 142 160 468 151 428 100 368 100 368 145 453 140 301 119 357 107 320 113 386 144 463 . Come In ... Browse Around • ••dutiful. "ou».a«.Hiif-world" Styling Attractive Control Panel • Fott, Vacuum principle drying • HI-LO-OFF Heat for all-fabric drying • In-A-Daor Lint Trap • Drum step* when deer if opened $199.95 Exchg. 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