The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 23, 1963 · Page 2
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Wednesday, January 23, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, January 23,19M 1000 NFL Games For Dolph Schayes NEW YORK (AP)-"The first 1,000 were tough, the second 1,000 should be tougher." Thus spoke Dolph Schayes, professional basketball's iron man, •Tuesday night after he became the ifirst ever to play in 1,000 regular "•season National Basketball Asso- :.ciation games. Schayes, a 6-foot-8, 200-pounder now in his 15th season with the Syracuse Nats, scored seven points on three field goals and a foul and grabbed four reounds • as the Nats lost to St. Louis 113-93. He played 15 of the 48 minutes. The former New York University star, who will be 35 in May, received a tremendous ovation from the Madison Square Garden crowd of 15,034 when he was honored in a ceremony after the game. Schayes' seven points and four rebounds boosted his career totals to 18,778 and 10,839, respectively, both NBA records. Including 98 playoff and 12 All-Star games, old •No. 4 actually has played in 1,110 NBA games, a remarkable record for durability. Does he plan to retire after this season? Last year after setting an NBA record of playing in 706 consecutive games he suffered a fractured cheek bone and a torn -cartilage in his left knee that put him on the bench for a spell. "I don't know yet," Schayes replied. "A lot depends on how the knee comes around. So far it feels good. If I can't help the team I won't linger on." Southwestern Cuts Bethel Lead To One By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - Southwestern chipped a game Toff Bethel's lead in the Kansas Conference basketball race Tues- : day night and pulled itself up into na three-way tie for second place with a 62-50 victory over the pacesetters. In other games, all non-confer| -, cnce affairs, Tabor beat Sterling 65-61 and St. Josephs of Albuquerque, N. M., beat St. Mary of the plains 89-77. Southwestern's victory over Bethel left the league-leaders with a 7-2 conference record. Southwestern, Sterling and College of Emporia are a game back at 6-3. : Baker, Bethany and McPherson •{are tied for fifth, Baker at 5-5, *and Bethany and McPherson al .' Southwestern capitalized on re- Abounding and a 42-per cent shoot- Ting percentage hi its victory over | Bethel, dominating the boards 38- Southwestern rolled to a 39-29 ^advantage at halftime. Jim Harris led the attack with 19 points £and Donald Turner had 15. Bob iPankratz was high for Bethel ."jwith 17. '- Tabor bested Sterling by cash- ring in on late free throws resulting from Sterling's persistent fouls ;in its effort to catch up. Tabor led 44-31 at the half but Sterling pulled to within three points in •the closing minutes. LeRoy Dick -was high scorer with 19 points -for Tabor. Dudley Boeken had 18 for Sterling. No games are scheduled tonight, Bowling Good Series To Go With Good Spot J. Willhite rolled a 585 with a 223 line to lead Presto Foods to a 4-0 sweep over Peoples National Bank last night in the men's Industiral League at the Ottawa Bowl. The Presto men combined a 2,561 scratch series with a substantial spot to roll up the pins. Ottawa Times, leading the league with a SOVi-SS 1 /^ season record, beat Wilson Cleaners, 3-1. Arnold's Jewelry kept its good lead in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, defeating KOFO, 2^-l 1 / 2 . V. Ferguson rolled the top series, 461, for Arnold's M. Cayot contributed the high game, 180, to the Arnold victory. D. Heckman rolled the night's best line, 234, in his 572 series for Bundy's Insurance in the Royal T League at the Royal T Lanes. Bundy's was beaten, 3-1, by Hensiek's Grocery. 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 League: Al Beeti Ramblers—I High 10 — C. Wolgast, Z03 High 30 — D. Cordle, 548 Beit Track Line—0 High 10 — lEham, 169 High 30 — Cooper, 454 Foremost— S High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 168-499 Tronfi Jewelry—1 High 10-30 — 8. Smith, 111-514 Benslek'i Grocery—3 High 10-30 — Craycraft, 207-516 Bundy'i Insurance—1 High 10-30 — D. Heckman, 234-5T2 Maracalbo OH—I High 10-30 — C. Jackson, 201-5M LL*B Oilers—0 High 10-30 — J. rinch, 161-418 Self-service Shoes—S High 10-JO — Doman, 188-511 Ottawa Savings & Loan—1 High 10 — Cheney, 1»7 High 30 — Bennett, 635 Late Rally •/ Makes It 15-5 GRAHAM, N.C. (AP)-Graham High School Coach Lou Roshelli a strickler for defense, had a gooc night Tuesday even though his basketball team lost. Roshelli's team concentrated on controling the ball in a game against Siler City here. The visitors rallied to score nine points in the final 4 minutes to wrap up the game. The final score: 15-5. AND THEY CALL THIS SOCCER? - Only in mind of Hollywood script writer could soccer game like this be dreamed up. Joanne Woodward is goalie, clad in form-fitting gold lame outfit that could set new standards for eye-catching soccer uniforms, It's for dream sequence in movie, "New Kind of Love," which she's now making with her husband, Paul Newman. Juniors Turn Tables On Lawrence West Bad Time For Wilt NEW YORK (AP)-Things are getting rougher for Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain of the San Francisco Warriors in the Nation al Basketball Association. The perennial No. 1 league scorer suffered his worst week in his four-year NBA career when he scored only 117 points in four games last week. This is an average of 29.3 compared to his season average of 46.2 for 47 games which leads the league. While his 46.2 average on 882 field goals and 406 foul shots for 2,170 points is far ahead of the 33.7 for runner-up Elgin Baylor of Los Angeles, Chamberlain is off from his 50-point per game average of last year. And the most points the 7-foot-l former Kansas All-America has made in one game this year is 73 points compared to his record 100 last season. League statistics released today include games through Sunday. Madison Gets Eight For Eight After losing the first Lawrence West-Ottawa game, 18-16, at Lawrence earlier in the season, Coach Don Kornhaus' Whirlwinds routed the Warhawks yesterday afternoon 42-15, behind Madison Stein's 8 for 8 field goal shooting and a good showing on the boards with an 11-rebound edge. The Ottawa Junior High rang with victory shouts as Stein led his teammates to revenge, but it was a team effort all the way as Dean Barr pocketed 12 points and Dennis Wieneke 5. Allen Buck grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the regulars in that department while Dan Seymour connected on his only field goal attempt of the day to bring in a 3-point effort. A torrid 17 for 32 shooting performance accounted for the fantastic 53.1 per cent average the youngsters turned in as opposed to a 6 of 19 attempts made by the Lawrence shooters for a 31.5 mark. A sharp defense also set up the numerous steals made by the Red as it held the Hawks scoreless from the field the last 3:50 of the contest. Ottawa kicked off the scoring parade with Allen Buck's free throw, followed by Madison Stein's 3-point play and a Dean Barr basket for a 6-2 lead midway in the first stanza. By the end of the quarter, the Red held goodly margin, 7-2. Always in the right place at the scoring Four of Coach Harvey Drake's reshmen cagers finished in the double figures, as the Whirlwinds picked up their fifth victory in revenge of a previous defeat at he hands of the Lawrence West Warhawks. The Whirlwinds bumped the Sacks, 58-47, here yesterday behind the terrific rebounding of Ronnie Lloyd (18 caroms) and he steady shooting of Dale Spears (17 points). Dale Dietrich connected for 14 College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southwestern 62, Bethel 50 Tabor 65, Sterling 61 St. Josephs of Albuquerque, N.M. 89, St. Mary of the Plains 77 Georgia Tech 69, Auburn 64 Butler 70, Southern Illinois 58 Canisius 88, Scranton 78 Dartmouth 66, New Hampshire 50 St. Olaf 68, Carleton 60 N. Dakota St. 77, Mooreheacl 62 Indiana St. 67, Eastern 111. 63 Colo. Mines 49, Colo. Coll 42 Idaho 78, Montana 69 Oregon Tech 87, Southern Oregon 78 time seemed to be Stein's motto as he staked out a claim on the rebounding and converted the majority into quick baskets as he did with two in the second quarter. However, Dean Barr and Dan Seymour found the distance for fielders and by the halftime, the Ottawans were well on their way to a complete rout, 18-5. In one of the hottest second half starts recorded this season, the Kornhaus men clicked for 9 goals in the third with Madison Stein hitting 5 for 5. Dean Barr was no less perfect as he bucketed 3 of 3 shots to add to Lawrence's confusion. In the meantime, Lawrence, who had so far been an observer, challenged meekly with a 7-point run to trail 39-12 at the close of the third quar ter. Ottawa's commanding lead never diminished as reserve Ted Haworth came in and chucked in two points to close out the scoring and sew up a home club victory, 42-15. Dean Barr, Dennis Wieneke and Bob Hardage each had two steals while Dan Seymour pilfered one during the bout. Ottawa now boasts a 6-3 record. Box Score: OTTAWA — 42: Madison Stein 813; Dean Barr 5 2 1; Dennis Wieneke 131; Allen Buck 111; Dan Seymour 1 1 2; Ted Ha worth 1 0 0; Bob Hardage 002 Totals: 17 8 10. LAWRENCE — 15: Steve Oak- son 3 0 1; Lewis Hill 1 0 2; Ron Rappart 102; Tom Harrell 1 0 2; Jimmy Harris 013; Rick Stucky 013; Chet Maxwell 0 1. Totals: 6 3 14. WINNERS — Princeton Grade School Bluejays have 19-game winning streak since 1960-61 season. Boys are (back row, from left) Joint Anderson, Ricky Roush, Dennis Domnanisli, Coach Ridurd Townsend, Tommy King and Stanley Wood. (Front row, from left) Don Hobbt LeUnd Sass, Alan Welch, Craig Brown and JMDM KirklawL Makes Money * CALGARY, (AP)-The Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Foot ball League showed a profit o more than $27,000 on their 1962 operations, club President Georgi McMahon, said today. Lloyd And Spears Lead Freshmen In 58-47 Win Invitational Tournament At Overbrook OVERBROOK — Six teams will compete in the freshman - sophomore invitational basketball tournament next week at Overbrook ligh School. Burlingame will meet Pomona in the first game at 7 p.m., Monday. Game number two will pit Melvern against Overbrook at 8 o'clock. Carbondale and Scranton drew byes in the first round Carbondale will meet the Burlingame - Pomona winner at 7 p.m. Thursday. The winner of the Melvern - Overbrook game will face Scranton in the second game that night. The championship and third place games will be played Saturday night, Feb. 2. Seven-minute quarters will be played in all games. Freshmen and sophomores who played in the Class A county tournament at Burlingame last week are ineligible for this meet. The tournament is sponsored by the senior class of Overbrook High School. Trophies will be awarded to the first, second and third place teams. mints, while Ron Lloyd hit 12 and lonnie Boyer 10 to complete the -prong attack. Lloyd gave the Vhirlwinds nearly complete control of the backboards, aided by pear's 12 grabs. First-round action was fast as lie Whirlwinds slipped out in ront on a pair of Ron Boyer goals and baskets by Dale Spears nd Scott Killough to take a slim 4-11 quarter lead. Spears paced lie frame with a 5-5 effort from tie free throw line. The entire team was remember- ng the last outing when the West earn dropped Ottawa, 56-40. Dale Metrich started the second can- o with a pair of 2-pointers, fol- owed by Lloyd's 4-point effort o give Ottawa a sizeable 22-11 margin early in the period. Lawrence returned to form minutes ater and made it a 26-24, Otta wa, at the half. Fouls bothered the Warhawks toward the latter stages of the game s Frank Pattee started the rash with his fifth at the 2:53 mark in he third frame with 12 points to lis credit. Ottawa sank 6 free hrow attempts, but Lawrence still agged along with a 40-36 score. Ruth Jessen Golf Winner NAPLES, Fla. (AP)-Ruth Jessen of Delray Beach, Fla., won the opening competition on the 1963 Ladies Professional Golf Association tour with a 146, two strokes over par. Twenty of the top money winners on last year's LPGA circuit stroked around the treacherous 6,520-yard course Tuesday without ever threatening par. Clouds and a high wind were blamed for first day high scores But the course—on the Gulf with five holes bordering the sea am five others crowded by out ol bounds—took the blame for the second round scores. Jackie Pung of Daly City, Calif, was second with a total of 147 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Truck Rtcappimj Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis 0 Chance With The Vikings All VanderKelen Wanted ST. PAUL-Minneapolis (AP) It's a mighty leap from a 90-second scrub in college to National Football League apprentice quarterback, but Wisconsin's Ron Van- derKelen is so nonchalant about it all you'd think he was Y. A. Tittle. "I realize nobody can just step in and play pro football," the handsome Badger gridder. said Tuesday after he had signed a one-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings. ..Terms were not disclosed, but the pact does not include a no- WellsviUe Falls To DeSoto WELLSVILLE - The Wellsville Eagles were grounded again last night, falling 41-79 to DeSoto in a Little Seven League game at Wellsville. It was the 10th loss, against no wins, this season for Coach Al Williams' Eagles. DeSoto, who is battling it out with Baldwin and Spring Hill for the Little Seven title, gained ground in the second period and made it a rout in the last two quarters. Allenbrand and Me- Daniel each scored 17 points for DeSoto. Don Good with 11 points and Dave Beasley with 10 were high for the Eagles. DeSoto won the B game, 5337. Wellsville will be at home against Baldwin Friday night. Here's the varsity scoring: DESOTO - 79: Allenbrand, 5 7 2; Caldwell, 232; Donham, 1 01; Gabriel, 443; Lee, 340; McDaniel, 7 3 5; Osburn, Oil; Russell, 4 0 1; Weese, 020; Siscoe, 111. Totals, 27 25 16. WELLSVILLE - 41: Coughlin, 035; Rader, 101; Swearingen, 2 01; Burrell, 002; Coffey, 2 0 1; Jacoby, 1 2 4; Good, 431; Beasley, 503; Moore, 033; Otto, 001. Totals, 15 11 22. Score by quarters: DeSoto 14 19202679 Wellsville 1310 9 9 41 Groat Signs ST. LOUIS (AP)—St. Louis Cardinal shortstop Dick Groat has signed his 1963 contract with the Redbirds. General Manager Bing Devine made the announcement today and said Groat was the sixth Cardinal to sign his 1963 pact. Groat was obtained from the Pittsburgh Pirates in an earlier trade. miscues by the them three more Numerous lawks cost starters as Dick Surface, Marty Cennedy and Francious Smyen eft the game via the 5-foul route. 3ttawa converted 13 of 19 charity osses as the Lawrence quintet committed 13 fouls in the final rame. Dale Dietrich pounded the nets in the last quarter with straight frees. Ottawa didn't escape the fouls completely as Dale Spears and Son Lloyd both checked out, but it was too late for the Hawks. Ottawa hit 15 of 37 field goal attempts for a 40 per cent average but tossed in 28 of 44 free ;hrows. Lawrence managed only 18 of 56, but the game was won at the gift line as the visitors committed 33 fouls. Mickey Allen was top gun for Lawrence with 19 points as he hit 8 of 20 shots. Lawrence now stands at 6-2 for the season; Ottawa has a 5-4 record. OTTAWA — 58: Dale Spears 4 9 5; Dale Dietrich 2 10 1; Ron Lloyd 3 6 5; Ron Boyer 423; Morris Bennett 004. Totals: 15 2822. LAWRENCE - 47: Mickey Allen 834; Frank Pattee 3 6 5; Dick Surface 325; Mike Harding 1 0 1; Marty Kennedy 1 0 5; Rod 02; McKiney Francious 102; Brann 1 Smyen 005; Tonelli 003; Rhodes 001. Totals: 18 11 33. Bo Says He'll Win Twenty LOS ANGELES (AP)-"I got a nice raise and I'm going to win 20 games this season." Speaking was Bo Belinsky as he signed a 1963 contract with the Los Angeles Angels Monday. Bo got a $5,000 boost to about $15,000 and the Angel brass hopes this will spur him to devote all his time to the game and forget the bright lights of Hollywood, where he got into some trouble last year. Bo won 10 games and lost 11 last year. One of his victories was a no-hitter against the Baltimore Orioles. In one stretch, however, he went six weeks without a win. "They won't find me around the night spots this year," said Bo. "I've learned to stay away from a lot of places." New Ail-Star Qualifying Records KANSAS CITY (AP) - Billy Welu and Marion Ladewig won the qualifying trophies in the All- Star bowling Tuesday. Welu, former champion from St. Louis, won with a 32-game total of 7,202 pins. Welu and 13 other semifinalists demolished the record of 6,874 established last year by Roy Lown of El Paso, Tex. Welu climaxed his outstanding performance by shooting 6-game blocks of 1,292 and 1,347. Mrs. Ladewig, 7-time champion from Grand Rapids, Mich., felled 5,018 pins in 24 games to break her record of 4,898 set in 1961. It was the third qualifying trophy in a row for the dignified grandmother of five. The leading 16 scorers from the men's and women's fields advanced to the round robin finals today. The $100,000 classic ends Saturday. Among the survivors were defending champion Dick Weber and four-time titlist Don Carter, both of St. Louis. Weber finished second in the qualifying with 7,147 but Carter barely avoided eviction, finishing 14th with 6,877. Tom Hennessey, Ray Bluth and Pat Patterson, all teammates of Carter and Weber, also made the finals. The quintet holds the national team championship. Getting last place in the finals with 6,859 was Bill Helsel, the Tainpa, Fla., airman who rolled a 1,454 6-game series, highest in all-star history. Shirley Garms, defending women's champion from Chicago, will be among Mrs. Ladewig's opponents in the finals. Mrs. Garms, 38, totaled 4,549 to snag the last position. cut clause. It is believed he signed for about $20,000 in bonus and salary. A personal agreement with a Viking owner will guarantee employment so VanderKelen will realize his salary next year whether he makes the team or not. "I think I can make it or I wouldn't have signed," the Rose Bowl hero said. "Sure this club has a real good quarterback in Fran Tarkenton. I don't know if I'll ever be as good as he is, but I'll try and I know with this team I'll get th« chance." A chance is all VanderKelen wants. The 23-year-old had offers from 11 other pro clubs, some of them possibly more lucrative. He picked Minnesota because "I think it's a great opportunity to play on a young team. Now it just depends on how well I perform whether I can make it." The last time VanderKelen "got a chance," was only five months ago when coach Milt Bruhn assembled his Badger squad for the start of fall practice. VanderKelen was tabbed by Bruhn to fill the shoes of the departed Ron Miller, a fine college passer who rode the bench last season for the Los Angeles Rams. VanderKelen got the nod although his log showed only 90 seconds of varsity play. Vandy, a 6-foot-2, 185-pounder not only became Wisconsin's first- string quarterback. He led Wisconsin to an 8-1 season and the Big Ten championship. Then came the Rose Bowl and VanderKelen surpassed even his most brilliant Big Ten performances. Wisconsin lost to national champion Southern California 4237, but not before Vandy rallied Pro Basketball National Basketball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Boston 124, New York 100 St. Louis 113, Syracuse 93 Detroit 115, San Francisco Today's Games Boston at Cincinnati Syracuse at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles Thursday's Games St. Louis vs. Boston at Providence Detroit at San Francisco 107 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* Set Deem Btrlin, Aqtnt 109 E Second Phone CH J-2804 the Badgers from down deficit. a four-touch- Keep Your Car on the go with Auto Parts you really know! We carry the Nationally Advertised parts, the kind that come as original equipment, ... so for the repair job or tune-up that will give you top economical performance make your First Stop at the — HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 sometimes it's TO PUT ALL YOUR BOOS I BASKET OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. 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