The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 3
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Real Thrillers In Church Play : The boys got down to brass [tacks in the Ottawa Church league Basketball program last night, with the Boys Club wresting the senior lead from First Baptist and Grace Episcopal winning an overtime thriller in the junior group. - The Boys Club and First Baptist entered last night's round tied for the lead, each with 2-0 records. T. Franks scored 9 points for the club as it beat First Baptist, 20-16. ;; Tom Wellington led Grace Episcopal to a 14-12, one-overtime victory over Wesleyan Metho dist. Tom scored 8 of his team's 14 points and made the two points that meant the difference in the overtime. Sacred Heart and First Methodist Green, won their games in (he short junior division round last night, pulling ahead with 30 records. The Green beat First Baptist, 14-5, while Sacred Heart dumped Trinity Methodist, 8-2. - Dennis Cook was top scorer among the juniors, getting 9 points for the Green. David Allen's 11 points for First Methodist, which beat Faith Lutheran, 35-25, was high in the senior division. Individual scoring in all games follows: JUNIOR DIVISION Sacred Heart, 9 Trinity Methodlit, 3 Sacred Heart — Dan Harklns, 100; Mike McClay. 010; Jerry Dldde, 0 0 1; Tim Brady, 003; Steve Terry, 1 2 0; Tim McClay, 100; Totals, 338. (Other players, John Birzer and Dana Akers) Trinity Methodist — Larry Lewis, o 0 2; Richard Milton, 001; Steve Payne, 000; Ronnie Hughes, 100; Douglas Durbin, 001. Totals, 104. (Other players, Carl Johnson) Grace Episcopal. 14 (overtime) Wesleyan Methodist, 12 Orace Episcopal — Tom Wellington, 320; Tom Stevenson, 101; Jon Indall, 124. Totals, 545. (Other players. Fat Wellington, Ted Hoppe and Dana Bennett) Wesleyan Methodist — Lyle Adcock, 114; Gary DePrlest, 312; Joe Brown, 001; Jim Johnson, 101. Totals, 528. (Other players, Gary Reeves and Kenneth Gates) First Methodist Green, 14 First Baptlit, 5 First Methodist — Dennis Cook, 4 1 1; David Adamson, 001; Bob Gage, \) 0 1; Greg Reynolds, 100; Jerry Bender, 111; David Bechtle, 001; Totals, 626. (Other players, Mike Brown and Jim Cook) First Baptist — Dan Mullen, Oil; Dennis Gumm, 10); Stan Shlsler, 1 0 3. Totals,2 1 5: (Other players, Harold Montgomery, Ken Jennings, Bruce Prentice, Steve Logan, Alan Loyd, Underwood) SENIOR DIVISION Sacred Heart, 30 Trinity Methodist, 14 Sacred Heart — Dennis Motelet, 0 0 0; Mike Stlne, 241; Jim Colby, 00 0; Pete Martin, 342; Bill Beliefeullle, 000; Mike Brady, 022; Jock Bauer, 502; John Reedy, 000. Totals, 10 10 7. Trinity Methodist — Bob Ralston, I 02; Jim Haworth, 102; Jack Hayden, 110; Bob Nordyke, 201; Alan Campbell, 101; Gerald Reed, 000; Rex Houston, 015. Totals, 8 2 11. North Baptist, 18 First Christian, 12 North Baptist — Paul Stevens, 713 Ron DePrlest, 010; John Coffman, 0 0 0; Jim Hotaling, 102; Alan Pratt, 001; Eddie Hughes, 004; David Milburn, 002; Cecil Heathman, '003. Totals, 8 2 15. First Christian — John Fogle, 0 1 0; Bill Greene, 230; Bill Wheeler, 0 0 4; Joe Bowen, 001; Keith Holden, 1 0 2; Martin Williams, 022. Totals, 3 6 9. Boys Club, 20 First Baptljt 16 Boys Club — G. Payne, 000; B. Larios, 214; T. Franks, 335; B. Moore, 103; R. Gray, 205. Totals, 8 4 17. First Baptist — Garry Gumm, 1 0 1; Greg Gilroy, 120; John Presley, 022; Rick Heth, 220; Craig Davis, 3. Totals, 566. First Methodist, 35 Faith Lutheran, 35 First Methodist — Alan VanLoenen, 301; Rick Wood, 012; John Stark, 110; Terry Wollen, 422; DwlghtDom nantsh, 000; David Allen, 433; Glen Conus, 200; Bill Hegarty, 000; Roger Christian, 000. Totals, 14 7 7. Faith Lutheran — Roger Downey, 2 2 1; Dough Downey, 303; Ray Pope, 012; Roger Buck, 403; John Hoppe, 101; Jim Pox, 101. Totals, 11 3 11. Ottawa Herald ««?"^«i 1962 FIRST IN KANSAS 108-iM a. Man Published d«D> *sc«pt Buna*? a Holiday*. Second elau pottage at Ottawa. Kansas. Robert B. Welllngtca Editor And Publisher - •uDscrlptlon rates to trade area—Bj mall, one month 8B: three month*. 12: •U months, 13.78: one year. 17. Subscription rates outside trad* area —By mall, one month, II.M; three month* 14.25: sU months. 18.00: on* year. (15.00. If Elf HER OF TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is entitled e»- •rasiveljr to Ik* use (or publication ot •11 the local news printed In the news, paper M wall w *lt AP news i •fetch. College Basketball MDWEST Chicago Loyola 80, Ohio U. 72 Notre Dame 96, Purdue 86 Iowa 60, Michigan State 59 Kirksville State 82 Holla Mines ! Maryville State 79, Springfield State 72 St. Josephs (NM) 91, St. Mary F the Plains 83 SOUTHWEST New Mexico Western 94, Wayand 74 FAR WEST Nevada Southern 82, Westmin- ter Utah 74 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCATED PRESS National Basketball Association Monday's Result Los Angeles 124, Detroit 94 Tuesday's Games St. Louis vs. Syracuse at New York Boston at New York Detroit at San Francisco Wednesday's Games Boston at Cincinnati Syracuse at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles NOW SHOWING Box Office opens 7:00 P.M. Feature at 8:00 Only CESftRRpMERO-STEFANlEtWERSj B2S53iT * BturiH Mjnaml MM CARTOON—NEWS SAVE IN OUR SELF SERVICE DEPT. Children's SHOES r-4 99 FLATS . . 999 >99 M 99 HEELS . . 999 O99 M 99 Men's SHOES .. 3004005 oo Boys' SHOES.. 300 400 5 00 Boys' ENGINEER BOOTS 3to5 5" Insulated RUBBER BOOTS 7 to 12 5 99 Men's 4 Buckle OVERSHOES 499 Boys' LACE BOOTS 10i/. to 131/a 499 Boys' Rugged 6 inch CREPE SOLE SHOES WOMEN'S 4to4v4 SAMPLES »*«* 499 C99 Look For The Pink Tickets — Terrific Savings PAINE'S BOOTERY | Bowling Roundup Just Call Them The Bowling Dodds It's like mother, like son, in a bowling family rolling at the Ottawa Bowl. Only the son started it. Arnold Dodd Saturday bowled his first 600 series. Last night his mother, Mrs. Viola Dodd, scored the best line in the Ladies League, a 209 for Nitcher Floor Service. Mrs. Dodd's series, 471, was second best. Top honors went to D. Doman who rolled a 486 with a 176 line for Ottawa Bowl which beat Nitcher, 3-1. Other high scores in the women's league were 175-465 by Maxine Ainsworth for the Elks Ladies, 1-3 loser to Lee's Cafe, and a 180 line by M. Weidner for Elks. Helen and Bill's Cafe, with the Bill (Bill Wenthe) setting the pace, scored a 2,605-pin series in splitting 2-2 with First National Bank in the Brunswick League at the Ottawa Bowl. Bill scored a 597 series with a consistent 200 - 200 - 197. (Wonder if Bill couldn't have broke 600 if he wasn't trying for a 200 triplicate that last line?) Jules Doty chipped in a 543 with a 216 line for the cafe team. G. Page led the bank crew to a 2,513 series with a 554, including a 212 line. J. Taylor rolled a 553 with consistency, 171-191-191, for McCracken Electric which split 2-2 with ICOF No! 24. Leading the Monday night leagues after 20 weeks of play are Hubbard Lumber, Brunswick, with 51'/2-28y 2 , and Lee's Cafe, Ladies, with 55-25. Fist National Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes In Stock SUFFRON Gloss Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 is second to Hubbard with 4644. In second place in the Ladies League is Elks with 48-32. 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