The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 2
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7 Princeton 1-Up In County Tourney Rally Beats Cubs By DICK CRAWFORD The Princeton Orioles won the first varsity game of the Frank lin County League Tournament last night, 54-49, over the Richmond Cubs at Ottawa University's Wilson Field House. Both teams started hot with the Cubs leading, 17-16, at the end of the first quarter and 3728 at halftime. Princeton gained the lead in the third period and held it to the end, scoring 26 points in the last two quarters to Richmond's 12. Duane Cowdin, Tommy Carmady and John Sutton each scored 12 points for the Orioles. Leon Sobba was high scorer for Coach Phil Rose's Cubs with 16 points. Princeton entered the tourney last night with a 1-win, 5-loss league record. Richmond had a 0-win, 6-loss league record. Kenneth Hamilton scored 21 points for the Orioles' B team last night, helping, Princeton to a 44-23 win. Princeton led throughout the game with Richmond threatening to take the lead in the second quarter scoring 10 points. Carol Mallory scored 28 points for the Williamsburg Panthers in the Williamsburg - Lane B team game. Mallory scored 10 field goals and eight free throws to lead the Panthers to a 52-25 win over Cocah Clayton True's Lions. Both teams started cold in the first quater and began warming up in the second. Williamsburg continued to stay hot, but Lane began losing ground in the third period,. scoring only five points and only two in the final quarter. The Princeton varsity will meet the Pomona Indians at 9 Thursday night after the Lane Lions and Williamsburg Panthers play at 7:45. Princeton's B team meets Pomona at 6:30 Thursday. "A" GAME PRINCETON — 54: Cowdin, 6 0 0; Sutton, 525; Cannady, 4 4 0; Rukes, 313; McCurdy, 0 1 2; Moore, 502. Totals, 23 8 12. RICHMOND — 49: Sobba, 6 4 1; Roeckers, 601; Maley, 3 3 4; Bennett, 305; Pedrow, 2 1 4; Kueser, 010. Totals, 20 9 15. "B" GAMES PRINCETON - 49: Hamilton, 10 1 0; Ratliff, 320; Crimble, 300; Cole, 302; Ecord, 101; Pat Sand, 000; Mike Sand, 0 0 0; Moore, 000; Blankenbaker, D 1 0. Totals, 20 4 3. RICHMOND — 23: Phillips, 4 0 4; Maley, 411; Garber, 202; Rossman, 003; Stevenson, 1 0 0; Schwegman, 001. Totals, 11 1 11. WILLIAMSBURG - 52: Mallory, 10 8 4; Buckley, 440; Bischoff, 11 3; Howard, 100; Seaton, 111; Burgess, 101; Norton, 002; Sowers, 0 2 0; Richeson, 002. Totals, 18 16 13. LANE - 25: Stottlemire, 6 0 0; Reeve, 203; Wheeler, 133; Willey, 105; Walker, 100; Chambers, 004; Cole, 001; Turley, 002. Totals, 11 3 18. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. KEEN TV SERVICE 114 S. Main CH 2-3490 TWO FOR RICHMOND - A Richmond Cub jumps high for layup in opening varsity game of Franklin County League tournament last night. It was futile; Richmond was beaten by Princeton. Princeton player at right is David Rukes. No. 21 is Richmond's Ronnie Pedrow. (Herald Photo) Ladewiijs C?' Welii Lead Bowlers KANSAS CITY (AP) - The names of Marion Ladewig and Billy Welu on top of the All-Star Bowling Tournament standings board brought back memories of the 1959 event today. Mrs. Ladewig and the young giant from St. Louis won the Ail- Star crowns on a storm- swept night four years ago at Buffalo, N.Y. It was the seventh title for Mrs. Ladewig, the incredible grandmother from Grand Rapids, Mich., and the first for Welu. Mrs. Ladewig, 48, charged to the top of the women's field again Monday with the best 20-game qualifying total on record, 4,185. She climaxed her sprint to the top with a fantastic 246-224-209-290— 969 series.. Her last game was the best of her 'long career. Welu, 29, stiffened his grip on the men's lead with a 20-game record of 4,563. He advanced his cause Monday by rolling an 890 four-game set. Joy Abel of Chicago led the women as (hey moved into the first round of the semifinals Monday but was knocked into second place by Mrs. Ladewig. The little 23-year-old redhead who lost the All-Star crown last year by a mere nine pins, has a 4,022. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone C!H 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NITE LADIES Butty It's—8 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. Birckhuad 118 150 158 426 Cooper 105 llfi 111 332 Smith 100 128 115 403 Isliam 128 135 134 397 White 132 138 130 400 Ottawa Savings & Luan—] D. Toumberlln .. .. 120 107 136 363 M. Barber 107 109 148 364 B. Sputz 134 133 118 385 R. Smith 116 133 134 383 R. Mclntosh 98 117 138 353 Kitchen Floor—1 E. Whitacre 132 113 165 410 H. Shofner 121 SB 103 323 V Dodd 124 138 209 471 D. Johnson 93 120 115 328 M. Brandon . 120 143 129 392 Oltuwa Bowl—I! D. Domun 160 150 176 486 A. Predeen 96 16$ 134 395 E. Crawford 169 129 123 421 V. Bloomer 134 128 119. 381 J. Speer 120 156 156 432 lee's Cafe—3 M. Weidner 133 112 180 425 M. Smay 147 154 1C6 407 V. Ferguson 148 134 150 432 S FergUSOD 138 120 160 418 M. Alnsworth 175 147 143 465 Bl'OE Ladle*—1 B. Kersley 172 145 118 436 H. Ogle 145 128 131 404 R. Brady 121 121 87 339 E. Strickland 148 128 171 445 M. Lewi* 130 ISO 128 396 BRUNSWICK McCracken Electric — 2 1st 2nd J. Taylor ......... 171 191 B. Spatz .......... lae 130 F. Ferguson ...... 180 124 R. Bettgu ......... 168 157 C. McDaniels ..... 184 168 1OOF No. -M— 3 O. Morrison ....... 161 119 E. Lowrance ____ 186 169 O. Breckenridge . . 169 199 J. Turner ......... 129 147 P. Hamncr . 127 128 Helen & Bills Cafe— 2 J. Doty .......... igg 181 R. Schultz ......... 169 152 H. Doman ........ 133 173 B. Wenthe ........ 300 200 D. Heckman . 153 169 First National Bunk—-.' N. Brown ......... 152 143 R. ShiBlcr ......... lai 198 D. Brown ......... 174 182 0. Page ........... 160 182 O Domnanish . . . 159 163 Mobile Home Service — 3 1. McFadden ...... 165 log J, Swinchart ...... 163 189 C. Foster ......... 144 133 C. McFadden ..... 127 180 . G. McFadden . Hub bard Lumber B. Jones R. Carey L. Cordle R. Davis 119 151 155 IGB 155 i 7B 188 177 151 165 .......... R- Crane .......... 163 128 3rd 191 134 148 179 143 161 194 135 122 173 316 179 151 197 178 145 138 164 212 161 101 132 166 165 118 180 116 164 141 173 Ttl. 553 430 452 504 495 441 549 503 398 428 543 500 467 597 498 440 517 520 554 483 374 484 443 472 383 503 447 509 457 465 Wallpapers! Semi-Plain and Florals... double roll WALKER'S Wallpaper and Paint Shop 108 E. 2nd CH 2-4980 32 Straight And Top Spot For Bearcats By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cincinnati's all-conquering Bearcats remained the undisputed leader among the nation's college basketball teams for the eighth straight week today. The mighty Bearcats, bent on an unprecedented third straight national championship, made their season record 14-0 last week with a Missouri Valley Conference victory over Bradley. The triumph, first for Cincinnati at Peoria after five straight losses there in as many seasons, prompted the AP's 45-man panel of sports writers and sportcasters to make the 'Cats an unanimous first-place choice in the weekly poll. It was Cincinnati's 32nd straight victory over a two-season span. Loyola of Chicago and Illinois which have been dogging the Bearcats all season, continued in the Nos. 2 and 3 roles but Arizona State dropped from fourth to fifth and Ohio State sixth a week ago, dropped out of the top ten altogether as Mississippi State returned to the select group. Duke moved up a peg replacing THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 Arizona State in fourth place am West Virginia jumped three notches, from ninth to sixth. 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