The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 21, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Jan. 21, 1963 Bearcats Stand Out In Conference Races } By JIM HACKLEMAN i Associated Press Sports Writer \ Take Cincinnati's mighty Bear- cats and go on from there when ..evaluating the current college "basketball season. ; Cincinnati stands unchallenged " as the nation's top club, has the ••upper hand in the tough Missouri :;Valley Conference, and appears "capable of rolling to an unprecedented third straight national championship. The Bearcats, with their 14-0 record ad 32 - game winning string, are running true to preseason prognostications. Here is how the major conference pictures look: Missouri Valley-Cincinnati took a big one Thursday, winning at Bradley after five straight losses there in as many seasons. Big Ten — Illinois, 4-0 in the league and 12-1 over-all, seems the class this season but the challengers are many. Defending champion Ohio State, after a fast start, began to stagger and was whipped by Iowa Saturday 81-74. Big Eight—Colorado is 4-0 and running ahead for its second title in a row. Southeastern.— Mississippi Slate Auburn and Georgia Tech are 1-2-3 and have impressive over-all marks. It was Mississippi State 78-64 over Mississippi, Auburn 8178 over Alabama in overtime and Georgia Tech 70-55 over non-conference Florida State Saturday. Tennessee trimmed Kentucky 7869 in overtime, dropping Adolph Rupp's Wildcats into a tie for fourth. Atlantic Coast—Duek and Wake Forest share the lead at 6-0, with North Carolina right behind at 5-1 after Saturday's 86-81 decision over Virginia. Southern—Perennial power West Virginia shaded Virginia Tech 8683 Saturday for an 8-0 conference record, putting the Mountaineers almost out of sight of the rest of the league. Big Six—Stanford took firm control over the weekend by beating contender Washington twice, 57-48 and 58-49. The Indians' top competition probably will be UCLA and Southern California. Western Althctic—Wyoming toppled nationally ranked Arizona State 88-81 Saturday, meaning the Sun Devils' are in for a battle in the new conference after all. Southwest—Texas in front at 4-0 and Texas A&M next at 3-1, but this scramble almost inevitably goes down to the wire. Middle Atlantic—LaSalle, St. Joseph's and Temple probably will fight it out, as expected. LaSalle beat Seton Hall 89-80 and Temple nipped Villanova 50-49 Saturday in non-conference games. Ivy League—Penn was upset by Cornell 78-76 Friday but roared back Saturday, ripping Columbia 86-66 and holding onto the lead. Billy Wins Bundle With Wedge Shot By P. D. ELDRED Associated Press Sports Writer PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP)A superb wedge shot, almost as spectacular as the 140-yard eagle which won him the 1958 Crosby championship, brought victory "again to quick-hitting Billy Casper :and sent him away from Pebble :Beach today $5,300 richer in Ring's famed $50,000 golf show, r The tremendous wedge recov- •ery shot from 75 yards out on the treacherous 18th hole along Pebble Beach's rockbound coast, laid Billy's ball a foot from the pin for a vital par 5. As it turned out •the shot put decisive pressure on ihusky U.S. Open champion Jack 'Nicklaus and the determined little South African, Gary Player. Nicklaus found himself with a 20-foot putt to win at the 18th, ,'missed it and slid six feet past the cup. Usually deadly accurate from that missed the distance, six-footer, Nicklaus took a bogey 6 and finished in a second- place tie with Player, who missed a 12-foot putt he needed to tie Casper. In grabbing first honors with a final 2-over-74 for a four-round total of 285, Casper earned the distinction of being the first pro ever to win the Crosby twice over the 72-hole route. When the firing ended at the 18th, where Arnold Palmer capped a disastrous round by taking a horrible 9 after shooting into Monterey Bay, there were five players tied at 286 for second place— Nicklaus, Player, Bob Rosburg, Dave Hill and Art Wall. It was worth $2,145 to each of them. All-time money winner Palmer, who was announced as the worlds greatest golfer at the start of the final round Sunday and promptly reminded the announcer that "you should have seen me Saturday," learned after the finish Sunday just how disastrous Saturday had been. A technical-misinterpretation of a ruling on the par 317th at Pebble Beach caused Palmer's disqualification from the tournament and four days of hard work for the exercise. Strike Benefits Costly To Union By IRISH DONNELLY NEW YORK (AP)-Nine unions are paying nearly $1 million weekly in strike benefits to more than 15,000 members idled by the New York newspaper blackout, a survey showed today. The amount is about two-fifths of their normal wages. The benefits range from $30 for a single man with no dependents to $120 for others, depending on the union. Only the deliverers union among 10 major unions affected by the strike is paying no benefits. Its 2,800 members voted to go without strike pay rather than borrow from their pension fund. They slill have some income from sales of oul-of-lown newspapers, whose circulalions here have spurted since the city's nine major dailies closed. So far as could be determined, only Ihe American Newspaper Guild of the unions involved in the 45-day-old strike here has borrowed to enable it to continue benefits to more than 5,000 jobless guildsmen in New York and Cleveland, where a strike that has closed Cleveland's two newspapers is in its 3rd day. Bertram A. Powers, head of the printers here — who called the strike—denied reports that his Local of the International Typographical Union, AFL-CIO, had sought loans. The 3,000 printers out of work here because of the shuldown are reported to have been drawing $68.40 a week for a single man and $96.80 for a married man. Whether the same scale will be continued is uncertain. Women Play NAPLES, Fla. (AP)-The Ladies Professional Golfers Association gets its 1963 season under way today wilh a 36-hole, $4,200 tournament that will also include some amateurs and some men. Ava Ailing HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actress Ava Gardner has quickly checked in and out of a hospital for wha was termed minor surgery. That was the first most of the film colony knew of her presence here. She prefers to live in Spain The 40-year-old actress enterec Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Fri day, had surgery that day anc was released Saturday night. Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears Welu, Abel AH-Star Leaders KANSAS CITY (AP)-Billy Welu nd Joy Abel are the lates: uthors of records in the All-Star jowling tournament. Welu, former champion from St ^ouis, leads the 288-man field on he basis' of the best 16-game qualifying total in the tourna ment's '22-year history, 3,673. He rolled a 975 four-game series Sun lay to boost his average for the irsl four rounds to almost 230 per ame. Miss Abel, of Chicago, soared to he top of the women's standings wilh a record 713 three-gam cries which increased her tola 2 games to 2,396. She opened her >erformance Sunday with a 277 he best game by a woman in the ournament. Miss Abel leads 48 survivors rom an original field of 144 into he semifinals this morning. Bettj Cuczynski of Chicago who share the national doubles title wit! Vliss Abel, was second with 2,385 Shirley Garms of Chicago, de- ending champion, finished the >reliminaries in a tie for 45t! >lace with Janet Harman of Lo Angeles. Both had 2,217. Dick Weber of St. Louis, the defending men's champion, lee he field early in the day will 3,520. His total established an All Slar record but it was smashec by Welu less than two hour ater. Weber's score was toppa again by J. Wilber Sims of Chi cago who took second place wit] 3,548. Weber ended the day in c ie for third place with his team mate, Ray Bluth of St. Louis. Taylor Gets More Tests BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)-All Pro fullback Jim Taylor of th National Football League cham jion Green Bay Packers, under ;oes further tests in a hospita lere today for an apparent live infection. Bo Signs 55 LOS ANGELES (AP)-Bo Belin ky, the Los Angeles Angels' ca vicious and controversial south paw pitcher, has signed with th Angels for the 1963 season, it wa announced today. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Temple 50, Villanova 49 Holy Cross 93, Dartmouth 75 St. John's (N.Y.) 53, St. Franis (N.Y.) 52 (OT) Cornell 73, Princeton 67 LaSalle 89, Seton Hall 80 Penn 86, Columbia 66 St. Bonaventure 71, Canisius 69 Pitt 79, Army 73 (2 OT) New Hampshire 101, Maine 84 SOUTH Miss. St. 78, Miss. 64 Tenn. 78, Kentucky 69 (OT) Ga. Tech. 70, Florida St. 55 W. Virginia 86, Virginia Tech 83 Auburn 81, Alabama 78 (OT) N. Carolina St. 79, Maryland 59 Navy 78, Hofstra 69 N. Carolina 86, Virginia 81 Florida 90, Georgia 58 Memphis St. 90, Centenary 85 David Lipscomb 75, Christian Bros. 62 S. Illinois 82, Tenn. St. 74 MIDWEST Chicago Loyola 96, Kent State Iowa 81, Ohio State 74 Minn. 82, Purdue 73 Mich. St. 80, Northwestern 68 Wichita 68, Drake 60 Detroit 91, Assumption (Ont.) 65 Iowa St. 54, Missouri 53 (OT) Kansas 72, Nebraska 53 Dayton 57, DePaul 56 Xavier (Ohio) 63, Miami (Ohio) 62 Butler 70, DePauw 59 Evansville 79, Ball St. 77 S. Dakota St. 96, N. Dakota 76 Cape Girardeau 76, Kirksville 70 SOUTHWEST N. Mexico 59, Arizona 48 FAR WEST Wyoming 88, Arizona St. 81 Stanford 58, Washington 49 Utah St. 75, Colorado St. 68 Brigham Young 71, Utah 53 Nevada 49, Portland 46 Oregon 58, Wash. St. 44 Oregon St. 63, Gonzaga 47 Barnum Wins PGA National PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (AP)Long-hitting John Barnum, who at 51 is a golfer in a class by limself, has added another tournament to his string, and there's no telling how long he'll stick around to play the youngsters in Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division W. L. Pet. GB. Boston 31 15 .674 — Syracure 25 19 .568 Cincinnati 24 24 .500 New York ..... 15 33 .313 5 8 17 Western Division Los Angeles ... 35 12 .745 St. Louis 31 18 .633 Detroit 19 28 .404 San Francisco . 17 30 .362 Chicago 16 34 .320 5 16 18 205/s :he sport. The e-foot-S'/i former Texan now working for the Blythefield Country Club in Belmont, Mich., whipped Ansel Snow and Chick Harbert in a "sudden death" playoff Sunday to win the PGA's i25,000 National Golf Club cham- jionship. Barnum beat 518 other players, the biggest field in PGA tournament history. He won $1,700 and Snow and Harbert took home $1,250 each. Cowboys May Be Title Contender By JIN VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, once a dominant figure in the Missouri Valley Conference, didn't expect to bid for his first Big Eight championship until next year,T- but his scrapping young team has ignored this timetable. State has won both its conference games and 11 of 13 starts despite a series of injuries and a shortage of experience. This week the Cowboys face two severe tests. They play Oklahoma at Stillwater Wednesday, then meet Kansas State at Manhattan Saturday. If Oklahoma State wins these two, Iba has a championship con- Presbies March After Slow Start By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the Kansas Conference last week Bethel held first place with a 52-39 decision over Kansas Wesleyan, but the Threshers are probably afraid to look very far down the standings. College of Emporia claimed two victories straight week mark to 6-3. for the second and boosted its Both times, the Presbies knocked off teams rated ahead of them 76-70 on Tuesday and Bethany 72-70 on Saturday. C. of E., which has tied for the crown the last two years only to lose NAIA play-off games to the co-champion, appears to be on the move after a slow start. This week, the Presbies have a lone assignment, entertaining winless Friends Friday. Bethel has two road contests Coming up — at Southwestern Tuesday and at McPherson Saturday. Second place Sterling will be at home to meet Kansas Wesleyan Saturday. Kansas conference WLPctPtsOpp Saturday's Results Cincinnati 114, New York 108 Syracuse 149, Boston 148 (OT) St. Louis 116, San Francisco 114 Sunday's Results Boston 133, Los Angeles 121 Chicago 113, Cincinnati 9? St. Louis 116, San Francisco 115 Today's Game Detroit at Los Angeles Tuesday's Games St. Louis vs. Syracuse at New York Boston at New York Detroit at San Francisco Bethel 71 Sterling 6 3 College of Emporia -..-. 6 3 Southwestern ... 53 Bethany ........ 44 Baker 5 5 McPherson 44 Ottawa 4 5 Cas. Wesleyan 1 6 Friends ...-..-. 08 .000481566 This week's games: Tuesday—Bethel at Southwestern, Tabor at Sterling. Thursday — Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson. Friday — Friends at College of Emporia, Ottawa at Bethany. Saturday — Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling, Bethel at McPherson. Former Slave Says He's 106 NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP)William Casby, a former slave in Virginia, said he celebrated his 106th birthday anniversary Sunday. Asked the reason for his long life, Casby replied: "I think God blessed me with it." He said he never smokes or drinks. Casby and his wife, who is 90, had 18 children and outlived 10 of them. He said a brother, Edmund, is 114 and friends have seen him recently near Danville, Va. He said he hadn't seen Edmund since 1948. Casby said he hopes to outlive a grandfather who lived 135 years. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. for MONEY „ MAI rnihufe 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'the 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_ Loans $25 to $2000 — Loans over $300 life-insured at low cost. ••ntflcial Finance Co. of Lawronct, Inc. S33'A MASSACHUSETTS STREET, LAWRENCE Over Roberts Jewelry • Phone: Viking 3-M74 Ask forth* YES MANagw OPEN EVENINGS IV APPOINTMENT —PHONE POR EVENING HOURS BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM .875 606 572 .667 619 588 .667 641 625 .625 566 531 .500 521 481 .500 675 709 .500 563 567 .444 646 605 .143 426 500 4-Minute Milers Not So Fast LOS ANGELES (AP)-The battle of the 4-minute milers will go down as a novelty but hardly an epic, observers agreed today in the wake of a superb victory by veteran Jim Grelle in the feature event of the Los Angeles Invitational Indoor Meet. The Los Angeles Track Club's performer got in a last lap lick to overhaul Lt. Gary Weisiger oi the Camp Pendleton, Calif., Ma rines, as three others, all mem bers of the expanding sub 4-minute mile club, trailed rather poorly. The winning time was 4 min utes 4.3 seconds. It bettered the meet record of 4:04.8, but it didn't breach the Sports Arena record, which also happens to be the national indoor mark of 358.9. The two records belong to little Jim Beatty, who skipped the meet to accept a national Junior Chamber of Commerce award in Little Rock, Ark. Weisiger's time was 4:05.9, and trailing behind were Bill Dotson of Kansas, Finland's Olavi Salonen and Bob Seaman. ender. His record so far is amazing in view of the handicaps. First Gary Hassmann, a probable regular, was out for the season with an injury. Then Don Linsenmeyer, 6-foot-4 senior starter, injured a knee and has missed the last six games. To top t off, Gene Johnson, a 6-foot-7 sophomore who is the club's no. 3 scorer, missed both conference games with appendicitis and may not return for another two weeks. James King, a 6-5% sophomore with springed legs, leads the team in scoring and rebounding. Iba las started three sophomores almost every game. Oklahoma also won its first two games and the match of its fast >reak against Iba's always-rugged defense is attracting more fan nterest than any OU-State game in some time. State won their first meeting in the holiday tournament at Kansas City 49-48. Colorado, unbeaten in four conference games in a bid for its second straight title, is idle this week for semester exams. So are Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Oklahoma Saturday. Bowling Bienie's Wins With 2701 Series Bienie's Garage scored a 2,701- pin series in beating Todd's Mobile Homes, 3-1, in Grand Champions play Sunday night at the Ottawa Bowl. L. Bien set the pace with a 606 on lines of 169-214-223. G. Bowman contributed a 575 with a 231 line. Homer Kramer scored a 591 series with 224 line for Todd's. Ralph Kampschroeder chipped in a 568 with a 223. Winners of men's leagues at the Ottawa Bowl last season form the Grand Champions lineup. Arnold Dodd rolled his first 600 series Saturday night in the mixed Sunset League. Dodd scored lines of 201-172-246 for a 619. Craig Davis bowled the best 2- line series, 289, in R&M Midget League play last week at the plays at -Iowa State Close behind were 283 and J. Sauer Score Signs With Sox By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer "I want no alibis. I don't deserve them. I'm just not pitching the way I used too." Herb Score has been saying the same thing for sue years. Not many believe him. Score, who at 23 was worth a million dollars, now is 29 and a question-mark commodity as he prepares for another comeback after signing his 1963 baseball contract with the Chicago White Sox over the weekend. On May 7, 1957, Score lay rumbled at the pitchers' mound after a line drive from Gil Mc- )ougald's bat struck him in the right eye, endangering his eye- ight and a blossoming career. Tie left-handed hurler has never egained the form that made him 20-game winner in 1956. Score, however, attributes his niching failure, to an arm injury uffered in 1958. Now he's back for still another ry at the majors. Ottawa Bowl. S. Bell with with 282. Team results and all individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES Parmelee Products—1 High 10-30 — Flory, 153-391 Gambles Stores—S High 10 — Sellers, 180 High 30 — Hull, 418 McFadden'i Painting—41 High 10-30 — Heckman, 151-398 Royal-T Lanes—4 High 10-30 — Wolgast, 204-515 Wills Cafe—1 High 10-30 — Dengel, 187-430 Ottawa Bowl—3 High 10 — Pinch, 173 High 30 — Simmons, 438 Helen & Bill's Cafe—3 High 10-30 — Meador, 177-471 Pence's—1 High 10 — DeCaeny, 161 High 30 — Spatz, 441 Fairmont Dairy 3 iHgh 10 — McFadden, 15J High 30 — Roller, 395 Kramer's Drags—I High 10 — Seller, 145 High 30 — Snell, 388 New Honor For Wills LOS ANGELES (AP)-Maury Wills, the little man of baseball with base burglary in his mind and larceny in his flying feet, reaped still another honor today. The mighty mite of the Los Angeles Dodgers was voted California's Athlete of the Year for 1962 is the fifth annual poll conducted by the Associated Press. Wills' phenomenal feat of stealing 104 bases, eclipsing Ty Cobb's long enduring record of 96, was a highlight of the baseball season. Rookies Sign With Athletics KANSAS CITY (AP)-Two bonus rookies, shortstop Tony LaRussa and pitcher Nickey Curtis, have signed contracts with the Kansas City Athletics, the club announced today. LaRussa, of Tampa, Fla., received the second highest bonus ever given by the A's. In 64 games with the Athletics' Daytona Beach farm club last season, his first, he batted .258 and drove in 32 runs. Curtis, 21, of Mangum, Okla., was signed last year while a student at Oklahoma State University. He started 17 games for Daytona Beach, completed 13, won 15 and had an earned run average of 2.12, best in the Class B Florida State League. OTTAWA BOWL Main Phone CH 2-9741 R * M MIDGETS Spllnteri—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. T. Fisher 117 D. Mudrick 83 K. Hughes 75 S. Suits 85 S. Bell 143 Sleepers—'! H. Montgomery .. .130 D. Oumm 118 C. Dcnniston 126 D. Blen 114 P. Foster 73 Timber Tumblers—3 H. Suits 123 B. Suits 81 D. Bien 48 J. Johnson <.. 84 B. Salb 89 Side Swipers—<t R. Bell 109 C. Hettler 79 E. Montgomery ... 86 B. Rlcheson 92 C. Davis 133 Deuces Wild—3 N. Rlcheson 91 G. Hettler .. 133 J. Sauer 173 J. Stelnman 99 R. Campbell Ill Scatterbralni—I B. Van Cleave 69 D. Kcrsley 109 W. Dennlston 94 R. Campbell 117 C. Nitoher 81 83 91 75 70 140 134 121 122 102 72 114 116 74 112 75 83 84 97 88 156 88 105 W9 82 132 87 112 82 96 200 174 150 155 283 261 239 248 216 145 237 197 122 196 164 192 163 183 180 289 179 238 282 181 243 157 191 206 SATURDAY KITE SUNSET Pin Lufger»—l 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. D. Toumberlin .... 99 92 150 341 G. Toumberlin 101 G. Suits 107 B. Bond 176 Downdriifts—3 A. Dodd 201 J. Dodd 99 V. Dodd 112 D. Dodd 157 King Pins—S D. Clotfelter 90 J. Clotfelter ..... 105 S. Richardson 90 J. Richardson 172 Climbers—1 J. Thuro 108 D. Thuro 114 R. Hoover 107 L. Hoover 103 The Rollers— A. Miller 169 P. Miller 112 C. Hall 102 D. Hall 141 Alley Cats— S C. Bond 138 134 108 92 200 137 172 246 90 96 149 137 131 134 373 307 513 619 285 398 422 90 129 309 100 108 313 113 82 295 113 152 43' 115 92 313 140 106 360 111 307 115 334 116 152 151 472 76 116 304 81 89 272 136 135 412 A. Bond 69 J. Swinehart .. .... 101 C. Swinehart 101 The Mldnlfhten The Rollers—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl 97 84 104 140 119 302 62 215 160 365 146 387 F. Cromwell 106 199 W. Cromwell .. ..'.'. 135 167 GRAND CHAMPION Bienie's Garage * Body Shop—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 223 606 D. Mudrick 116 C. Burgeon 108 113 337 114 41 103 125 33' V. Bien 169 214 O. Bowman 231 177 167 576 Alley HaU- D. Wleneke 146 150 186 482 B. Mudrick 92 132 D. Killlon 170 201 166 527 L. Blen 148 219 144 511 Todd Mobile Hornet—1 B. Tarpy 150 149 116 41 H. Kramer SOS 224 162 581 Slap Happy- L. Kramer 178 158 149 487 i D. Dennlston IDS 116 102 33 R. 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